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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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;/ I llOr.UUE -NUMBER 40 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1942 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR J

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il :DRIVERS' LICENSES CAPT. LYNCH WILL Sugar Declares Corporation Dividends I.Body Of Dr. Schiffli To



I MAY BE SECURED SPEAK AT SCHOOL ---' Be Buried At Arlington

i ;; The board of directors of the


r iii i HERE THIS YEAR I ON MONDAY NITE a United meeting States held Sugar in New Corporation York Tues-, at c I I -

"I I day declared dividends on prefer- Junior Bowler Tops Local Physicial Victimof

: -- red stock, according to informa- I I
xi; :'I! Clewiston motorists will be able Capt. Victor T. Lynch of the tion sent the News by ,William T. It t Heart Attack At
On
to procure new, driver's licenses Signal Plotting Co., of Miami and Bitting, secretary of the corpora: Sugarland Alleys,

, : fi i without going to LaBelle through district supervisor of the Air Warn- {I

:,! arrangement which has been ing Service for the First Inter- tion.The Home Tuesday
: an dividends were as follows: Eric Thomas, sixteen year old II
' ; made between County Judge R. M. ceptor Command, wiII'address a ,
$5.00 preferred stock dividends at I
': civilian son of M. H. Thomas, a worker, at -
the Hub Chevrolet meeting of defense work-
Harris and rate of $1.25'each payable 15th the sugar house, is showing a The greatest shock Clewiston
local ers here on :Monday night at 8:30at I I
\ whereby the company
Company of October, January, April and clean pair of heels to adult bowl- and the surrounding area has had
licenses. Miss the high school auditorium ac-
handle
will July to holders of record on sec ers on the Sugarland Alleys and is in 'many months was the sudden

I Margaret Von Mach will be in cording to information received ond day of same months; series A consistently rolling scores of two death Tuesday of Dr. O. F. Sch'iffli,
R. Y.
Patterson
Wednesday by ,
charge of sale preferred stock regular quarterly I hundred and up and has set the 51, at his home here of a heart
'{ license are now on hand chairman of the Hendry County
These dividends 40 cents each payable I high mark for the alleys, both for attack and this week his countless

L' 1, J ;nd will go on sale Saturday. Defense Council. 10th September, December, March I juniors and adults of 247 pins. friends in the Lake area mourn his

; The present licenses expire the While it is presumed that Capt.Lynch's and June to holders on the 25th of : When he takes time off from his passing.
,thirtieth of September and if anew talk will be chiefly concern-
the preceding months.RAMPKLING I I bowling Thomas is the Western Funeral services are being held
one is procured before that ing observation post work it is felt ,
i I Union delivery boy but spends as I today in West Palm Beach after
lime the motorist may secure it that his, talk will be ,of interest +o
much time as possible on the which the body will be sent, to
presenting his present air wardens, Boy Scout messengersand I
simply by
LEAVESTO alleys rarely rolling less than six! Washington and laid to rest Sunday
license and, paying the fee. If he any others who are now work-
lines daily. On Wednesday of this morning in Arlington National Ce-
delays until after October 1 he ing in or interested in civilian de-
week he rolled ten lines and the metery with military services be-
to take an exami- fense. Everyone is invited and
: will be required
j nation. urged to attend and it is certain TAKE NEW POST alley rule being that a score of ing conducted by the U. S. Army.Because .

200. or better means a free game I of, outstanding'service during -
The cost of licenses will be the that they will hear something of '
interest.It he only had to pay for' five lines f the first World War he had received -
last year: $1.50 for vital '
same as
AT MAXWELL FIELD that he, rolled. An average of six numerous citations and was
chauffeur's license, $1.00 for regular is understood that in additionto I
I'
in line
of these showed 220 for' the Congressional Medal
games a aver-
will I ,
"I operator an'd fifty cents for his talk Capt. Lynch show .
---- age. On Tuesday he had eight free;F of Honor.
interesting movies which
junior operator. some very ,Kenneth Rampkling, Wing Com- -games out of twelve lines and had I Mrs. Schiffli and sons were at
: Revenue from sale of drivers licenses have been made and are being circulated -
mander of the RAF at Riddle Field one score of 237. their summer home in Highlands,
is used to operate the State by the AWS.
I since its opening, left today at noon i He has attracted considerable attention -I N. C., and Dr. Schiffli was at home
Highway Patrol, which has been Clewiston at this time has only .
for Maxwell Field, Ala., where he by his consistently good;I alone. When he failed to put in
commended for reducing Florida'shighway one observation: post which Is un-
!
has been promoted to Senior Royal bowling and every league team is an appearance at the hospital by
traffic fatalities. The der the direction of E. M.Cor-
I Air Force Administrative ,Officer. hoping that he will soon go to midafternoon where a number of
nette. One at the
National Safety Council reported post golf course
His place as wing commander at work in their department so they patients awaited him, the nurse,
that Florida's traffic deaths were was discontinued.
the local field has been taken by can place him on their team. Miss Laura Mattison, became
282 in the first six months of ,this
T. O. Prickett who arrived in Clew- alarmed. Failing to locate him
year, compared ,to ,402 in the cor- Seven Colored I
Men'
iston Wednesday. by phone she asked Parker Wilsonto
d responding period of 1941. This Mrs. M. C. Vowell i I
The transfer and promotion of go to his home and see if he
Florida in fifth place among I
puts Accepted At BlandingOf Commander Rampkling was brought were there. Parker found the
the states in percentage of reduc- Dies In Alabama
about when Air Commodore D. V. door lockedbu't peered {hrough a

tion. Carnegie, in charge of all RAF window and saw him lying on the
\ the group of colored ,inductees : bed. ,His
training in the United States, disclosed appearance alarmed
sent the local selective Mrs. Myrtis Vowell, 32, the wife
Cadet Falls by
English that he was returning to him and he called Constable I. S.
of M. C. Vowell, labor foreman at
service board to ,
Camp Blanding
Bell who broke into
England where he will continue the home and
From Plane Tuesday recently seven were accepted, three with- the RAF training program.His the Liberty Point Village of the found the body. Death was be-

rejected and three are being held place as Air Commodore will United States Sugar Corporation, / lieved to have occurred several
for further examinations. died -Tuesday morning in Knight's
be taken by Wing Commander H. I hours before, the only report of
: An RAF cadet whose name has Accepted were Charlie Wright, A. V. Hogan whom Commander Sanitarium' at Roanoke, Ala., afteran )anyone seeing him that- day- being

not been learned made an unex- Allen Durham, Lonnie Taylor, Frank Rampkling succeeds at Maxwell illness of about two-_ I weeks. I from the maid at the R. Y. Pat-,

peceted parachute landing in the Manning, Fleming Pittman, Joe Field. Mrs. Vowell, with her husbandand terson home nearby ,who said that

sawgrass near, Road 67' Tuesday Henry Battle and Benny Thompson. children; ';was vacationing in she ,
,: The new wing commander! her. saw him /come into the yard
.-" ,- afternoon. -aftCfl; *'- alliug-) Irom' the : Rejected 'were JS&,.Evans, Alfonso has been a bomber: squadron leader Alabama ando 'the' 'way there a about 'six-thirty,-that morning to

open cockpit:' of the Stearman PT Jenkins and James Gaines and I in Libya and ,was wounded in few weeks ago was stricken with a get his paper.

,plane in which he was riding with those held at Blanding were Wil- the Libyan campaign. strepticoccus infection of the His assistant, Dr. ,W. O. Rigby,
liam Bailey John I throat. This failed to respond to
and
his instructor. Hollinger
Commander Rampkling before was out of town so Dr. D. M.
It is understood that, this was Robert Walker. I treatment and when she entered the
leaving Clewiston, statedthat he Draughn was summoned from Moore
'
one of the members of the last The local board also sent its expected to return here periodically. sanitarium it was found that the Haven and Dr. D. C.' Thompson

class to arrive at Riddle Field, and first registrant classified as 1B on infection had entered the blood from Canal Point. While awaiting

was on his first lap of primary in- Thursday ,of last week, Frank J. stream, and little chance was held their arrival Coroner G. Small
struction. He evidently forgot to Fussell. This class was composedof Field Team Still for her recovery. .
,/- empanneled a jury and after the doc-
: fasten his safety belt ,and when men fit for limited military Leads In LeagueThe Funeral services were held yes- tors had made their examinationand

\',; C his instructor put the, plane into a service. So far; there has been no terday afternoon at three 'c10ckfro'm agreed that death was due toa

slow roll out the cadet tumbled. report on whether or not Fussellwas the Mizell-Simon Funeral heart attack the jury returned

.r.c ff.2 The plane was at such a height accepted.The Field team of the U. S., S. C. Home of West Palm Beach and interment their verdict of death from '''natural

: that he had plenty of time to pull office is now sending out bowling league took three more was in a Palm Beach causes.

I the ripcord on his 'chute and float supplemental questionnaires to all games on Thursday night or'last cemetery. Rev. H. C. :Meador, pas- Efforts to contact Mrs. Schiffli
: week from the Office Scrubs to tor of the Clewiston Baptist Churchof
to earth without serious consequ- registrants who were originally were at' first unavailing' but finally -
ences. His only injury was said to classified in other classes than 1A keep themselves on top of the sec- which ,she was a member, con- word went through and she

y ,1 have been to his shoulder which except those who have been rejected ond half of the Sugarland' Park ducted the services assisted by Rev. arrived in West Palm Beach early

y struck the tail of the plane as he i I at Camp Blanding and those I bowling tournament with a perfect I|'T. A. Crockett of the White Temple Wednesday morning by plane. The

fell out and this was nothing more who have shown positive ,blood 1000. !j[Christian Church of West Palm body had already been removed to
'The following night the' Commissary f[Beach.
than cuts and bruises. tests. These questionnaires are to the Ferguson Funeral Home in that

determine any change in the reg-i team,' winners of the first I Mrs. C. R. Krueger and Mrs. ,eity.

Kiwanis Club Discusses i istrant's status since, being first half, set the Personnel team down Herman Davis sang "Safe In The I Funeral services, were held at

classified which might make him with two losses out of three and I Arms of Jesus" and "Asleep] In j f nine o'clock this morning from the

Local Observation Post I eligible for a different classification dropped them from second' place |I Jesus" with accompaniment by :Miss I Ferguson Funeral Home after:
into tie with several other teams i,
a I Doris Hodges, pianist. which services were held at ten

I I for third' place. The Real Estate) :Mrs. Vowell was reared in West o'clock at St. Ann's Catholic

i The Kiwanis Club, at-the meet I U.S.S.C. Building team took over second place. I Palm Beach, making her home 'Chinch in' West Palm Beach with

ta1 Ing Wednesday night at the Inn, In other games Thursday night there until her marriage about Fr. Francis J. Finnegan, a former

discussed several matters of civic Fertilizer Plant the General Office took three I eight years ago when she movedto pastor of St. Margaret's Catholic

importance chief among which was I I games /ron.: the Research team the 'glades.Suryiving Church of which the deceased wasa
the advisibility of moving the The Electric Department took two I
I I relatives include her member, conducting the services.
out of three from L. and C. and.
Clewiston observation post to the A new reinforced concrete and husband, M. Carl Vowell, two sons, Everyone in Clewiston who could

local airport where watchers could concrete block building thirty feet The Whirlwinds took' two out of I M. C. Jr., and Jerry and a daughter -, possibly do so joined the long

serve a double duty, to watch for by eighty feet to be used for the three from the Doolittles.' All games ] Eleanor, her parents, Mr. and ; funeral procession which started
were
planes and to guard private planes storage and mixing of fertilizers ,Tuesday night postponed be- Mrs. W. A. Murray of West Palm from Clewiston at 7:30, o'clock,

fj| kept at the local field. for sugar cane, lemon grass and cause of Dr. Schiffh'a, death. ,Beach, five brothers, W. A. Mur- and the length of the procession
of
I It is understood that the government other crops is now under construc- Standings ,as Wednesday I ray, Jr., of Georgia, Hayward of increased as many other cars join-

v will not, permit private tion by the United States Sugar showed the Field with ",a perfect New York'and Rhobie, Lamar and ed it from other lake communi-
planes to be kept ,at field where 1.000, Real Estate second '.'vith .833,
a '
I Corporation just north of the Plantation Charles of West Palm Beach and J-'
I a twenty-four hour watch is not Machine Shops and is expected Personnel, Electric Dept., (commissary two sisters, Mrs. James Burgen of I ties.Dr.. Oswald Felix Schiffli was
I I P.M.S. General Office and
: maintained. Consequently local to be ready for use the latter ; Huntington, Conn., and Mrs. Peter born in Waterloo, Ind., on October
j plane owners are required, under part of September. Whirlwinds all with .667 Re- VVinther of Norwalk, Conn. 11, 1890. He was graduated with
present restrictions, to keep their search, Dixie Crystals and Ste m-
I honors from the Toledo: College of
Reinforced concrete
will be used
makers each had .333, Scrubs
planes elsewhere. Placing of the
for the framing and floor LT. J. W. BEARDSLEY HAS Pharmacy on June 2, 1911 after
of the Harvesters, Doolittles, L. and C-,
I observation post there would -
provide I which he attended the Chicago Col-
big, building and the walls will be arfd NEW GAINESVILLE
I i a twenty-four hour guard for and Crackers each .167 the POST AT
lege of Medicine and Surgery and
of block thus
concrete
eliminatingthe
the field- Mill 'Sugar Blues tailed with three .
'I graduated with honors on September
'
of
,J 1 The" matter was referred to the use any great amount of goose eggs. Lt, James W. Beardsley, elder 21, 1917. '
building materials vital to the
*
I public affairs committee of the club war son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsleywho He was commissioned in the U.
effort. The roof will be ,
a built- MRS. BROWN RESIGNS AS
for action. left only a few weeks ago for
and asphalt S. Army on December 5? 1917, as
up construction.
A. W. Lawrence entertained the paper CASHIER AT SUGAR OFFICE Fort.::aragg,", N. C., ,to begin his a First Lieutenant( and served over-

group ;: of Kiwanians with several Fourteen foot clearance is provided -I army* ervice with an artillery unit, seas in the 33rd Division Ambul-

i reels of home-made movies. between the floor and the Mrs. W. L. Brown last week resigned has 'fi>..en transferred to Gainesville ance Corps. He was In France for
i roof trusses. cashier in the offices of and will serve as assistant "
as
more..Jthau:: eleven months and participated -
W. C. Nail Is Made I II' I W. O. Jones is supervising construction I the United States Sugar Corporationand I, professor' of Military Scienco and in six major battles with

1' left Clewiston last Saturdayfor Tactics at ,tbs U: .UT.TARTEil.p'!>> i r-::' dressing stations immediately backof

I'' } New Area Engineer, I a visit in North Carolina. She ida during, the cgnepierm.. the front lines. While still a

I J' I Engineer's D-l Goes told intimate friends that she plan- lieutenant he ,was cited by Presi-

i!!J ------ s I ned to rest for several months and RATIONI>(3 OFFICE, :MOVED: dent Woodrow Wilson for gallantryin

\ I W. ". Nail, who recently was To Intercoastal Canal then to make her home in a higher, action and was made a captain

1 placed\ In charge of the Clewiston altitude but her plans were 'not!! The office of the 'Vewiston Rat- and cited by General John J.

t sub-office of U. S. Engineers as definite when she left. She has ioning Board, ,which lu.
Acting. Area Engineer and who The U. S. Engineers derrick held the position since 1933., |' the front upstairs room i-*'- Vie Shipilly Ridge on August 10,. 1918._

ha() served, for several months un- barge D-l which has been work- Her place as cashier has been Hopkins Building adjoining the o* rtie-',,1J.SQ' --n ,cited by Major General

I,- ,. de'(' the temporary rating, last ing for several years on projectsin taken by Miss Evelyn Hare whohas fice of Dr. J. W. Ezelle since ( its George, Ben At ''Conservage,

w(*|k received his rating of Area and around Lake Okeechobeewas I also been employed in the i opening has been moved into the France, on October 8, /ifr& His

Er lneer recently ordered to a projectin I I sugar corporation 'offices for several Beardsley Real Estate office. The name was inscribed on the Roll of

,I Lince taking the position Mr. the Intercoastal Canal near | years. ;' vacated room 'has been rented to Honor of the Prairie \ vision and

N.It has also been promoted in Fernandina.The I Dr. F. D. Gudbaur, Fort Myers op- he was decorated with the Purple
'
1 1 cil1? } lservice__ ratings to associate D-1 is under Capt. A. G. crew have been transferred to tometrist, who makes periodic trips Heart, the Silver Cross i,a cluster.

ec Twiddy and about ten men of the I Fernandina with him on this work.: ,I here. (Continued on Page g)





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1' 1 GRANVILLE CHURCH Q'I"ItJW.N.V. I SUNDAY Lesson H All blinded bent on eyes some Far j

,,", SERVICE ;r.- go&l
By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D.
THE STORY SO FAR: left Curtis and At length he said, picking his that they've tried a lime treatmentfor Of(Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union While, deep within us
his wife, Lee, are on their way to Tierra words, "It would be natural for you it. It was a simple question I e.LcK there sighs
Libre when Jeff receives a note from to want to see the murderer of Mr. put. The quantity of lime landed on A timid:
Zora Mitchell warning them not to come. friendly soul
Mitchell brought to justice. I also the docks Lesson for August 23 "
Later he learns from Jerry murdered Mclnnls thatZora's and do. But I assure you everythingwas "Ah, ja. It iz trrooth I use der 11'CA C'01
been
has
husband chief -for a done that could be done. You lime-but alzo der oder chemicals.Vat Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected
that It Is his job as engineer
believe Mr. Curtis it wouldbe I iz zegred. Der bana- and t by International
use
fruit company that Jeff has been calledto may me, my Council oi Religious Education; used by
fill. When they arrive in Tierra a waste of time for you to try ana pla-ant vill be der more healthy permission.
Libre, Jerry tells Jeff there Is something where we have failed." und vigorous from my chemical
strange going on. Jeff and Lee meet Curt stared before he managed, I I treatment uff der soil, und so ve JACOB'S VISION OF GOD
Montaya, Jeff's employer, and go with "Oh quite." combat der fungi more better as
him to San Alejo, where Montaya tells Den vill haff der LESSON TEXT-Genesis 281022.
"Splendid., Besides, shall I confess yet. ve reechest
GOLDEN TEXT-I with and will
them that Zora'Mitchell has "committed am thee I
to selfish motive? if I pla-anting in Tierra Libre. keep !
suicide." Neither Jeff nor Lee believes a thee In all places whithersoever thou
that her death was suicide. Zora they say, we have been mistaken and If Dr. Toenjes did have a miracu- .goest.-Genesis 28:15.Deception .
agree, was not the type to commit the murderer is still about, then he lous cheap compound for soil treat WNU Features.
suicide. Jeff suspects Montaya of arranging is a more clever man than we think. ment, something to allay the dreaded trickery, falsehood,
or at least of knowing about And if you should interest yourselfin fungus disease, something with jealousy were all present in the fam-
both Zora's and her husband's death. the case you might perhaps in- which ,Associated could rejuvenate ily of Isaac at the time of our les

NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY vite a similar fate, no?" their used lands, then there was son. A hopeless situation, one would I r Gigantic Tires I

Montaya put an end to the sub- good reason for guarding the secret. say; and so it was, apart from one 'J

CHAPTER IV ject with an apologetic flash of teeth."I "You still haff frriends ofer der thing-the grace of God. We speak
cannot risk that. Engineeringwork Negro vith Associated?" that phrase so easily, but in reality The largest rubber tires ever

Every day was a new day at San .is behind schedule. I need The amusement in Curt's eyes wasa it has an infinite depth of meaning. made for actual use are those, on

Alejo, fresh and cool and clean at you so very badly, Mr. Curtis." better answer than his words. Jacob shared the deception the giant excavation trucks em-

dawn no matter I what the blazing The next hour was spent in meet. The trend of the interview, Curt's planned by his mother, and thereby ployed on dam projects, says Collier's -

sun might bring' later. Even the ing'key workers of the general staff, feeling that Montaya was exhibit- he received the:; blessing of Esau. They are 9% feet. in height
asphalt underfoot was toned up by persons with whom Curt would have ing him to the doctor, a certain in- Not willing to wait God's time for of 34-ply construction, weigh 3,487
the dew as Curt swung along for frequent contact.' definable deference in Montaya's at- the carrying out of His purpose, they pounds and take a 186-pound

nis early appointment with Montaya. It was a whirlwind tour. The bulk titude toward the Dutchman, con- sinned to gain an advantage. Thento tube. Costing $6,073, including ..
Curt's mind should have been tonedup of employees, numbering fifty to six- vinced Curt that whatever the escape the wrath of Esau, he tube and taxes, to change them

too, by the tangy air so much ty, were Americans, with a sprin- dumpy, bearded man had, he'd sold had to flee. The journey was ostensibly requires a special derrick and the
like a Fall morning at home, but kling of Britishers and other Euro- Montaya on it pretty solidly.At to find a wife, but in facta work of three men for five hours.

his last words to Lee just nowhe'dread peans. last, as final courtesies were flight from an enraged brother.

the pucker between her eyes- Then said Montaya, "This is the being said, the worthy doctor let Could such a journey bring a man Everybody wants to know whatto

were still in his ears. best time of day for you to meet Dr. down the bars. He asked with what to a place of blessing?. It did, as send a soldier, sailor, Coast

"Don't you be worrying about Toenjes. Later he is likely to be could best be described as a cun- there wasI. Guardsman, or Marine. The an-
Zora Mitchell," he'd told her. ."I in the field." ning look, "You blay gribbage, ja?" A Revelation of God's Gracevv. swer is simple if he smokes a pipeor

admit-suicide doesn't sound like her, Using a handy phone he called for "Cribbage?" Curt laughed. "Sure, ( 10-15). rolls-his-own. Send a pound of

but we hadn't seen her for.six years the laboratory: and when he got his I know the game." The fugitive was overtaken by tobacco. Tobacco, according 'to .
and that length of.time will work connection spoke in French. "Goot. We blay sometime, ja?" darkness on the second night of his numerous surveys among the men

changes in any of us." "French?" queried Curt, as the :. "Certainly." journey, and made his bed in the themselves, is the gift most appreciated -

"It was her little girl I was think- other hung up. "I thought the name Montaya explained. as' they left open. Then came the magnificent and most wanted. Favorite -
ing of," Lee had answered him so- was Dutch." the laboratory.: vision of the ladder of heaven. smoking tobacco of many

berly. Montaya smiled perfunctorily. "Dr. Toenjes' .one regret here is Heaven and earth are not separated. service men is Prince Albert, the
"I'll find out about her." that he has no good opponent at There isa way to reach the National Joy Smoke-a title well-

Curt made his way to Montaya's .. .. his favorite game." throne of God, and there is a way deserved since Prince Albert is

.office, a high-ceilinged room pan- Their final stop was the engineering for God to reach and bless His people the world's largest-selling smok-
eled and furnished in unvarnished office, a one-story structure, The vision of''the ladder thus ing tobacco. Local dealers are

ivhitewood. An impression of cool- square like the laboratory. It occu- reassured Jacob. We need only remember featuring Prince Albert in the

ness was, heightened by Venetian pied the corner between the general the.GodMan. Christ Jesus, pound can as ideal gifts to men
blinds and a grass '''rug. offices and the clubhouse, thus com- who came from glory and has returned in the service.-Adv.

Curt came to the point before pleting the_ layout of principal com- there to now appear as our
Senor Montaya could broach busi- --i pany buildings about-the-square and Advocate, to be assured of this fact.

ness. He said, suggestively, "The balancing the community center. God renewed to Jacob the cove- RHEUMAT C PAIN

news of Mrs. Mitchell's death was a Here Curt was introduced to his nant with Abraham and with Isaac. r
considerable shock,to us-to my wife own staff. It midmorning.Three He does not forget. Men make Need not Spoil your Day-Get after It Now
was now Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
and me. draftsmen were at work, two treaties only to break them. God pain of muscular rheumatismand
Montaya looked at him in silenceas at detail drawings, the third on says, "I will not leave thee, until I other rheumatic pains. Buy
though the words needed elabora- maps. One room was reserved for have done that which I have' spoken C-2223 today. 60c, $1, everywhere.Use .

tion. the field men when they came to to thee of" (v. 15). only as directed. The purchase
"I mean, we should hardly have I San Alejo to submit their progress The response of Jacob was- price refunded if you're not satisfied.lIan.ner .

expected suicide of Zora Mitchell, ,. reports. There; was a dark-room, II. A Realization of God's ,Great-

especially as" she- was leaving a and a big vault containing records ness (vv. 16-19),. of Love t
small child. and Full of holy fear and ,of awe,
,master charts. From photo- Love comes unseen; we only see
"Nor did I expect it. The senor r J r5 static machine down to electric Jacob realized the presence of the it go.-Austin Dobson.
made this statement as a sort of erasers the equipment throughoutwas infinite God. It is a proper and a
admission. He fumbled among pa- 111 ultra-modern. wholesome reaction when a man,
pers on his desk, bringing forth two \ realizing himself to be in God's
Curt's own office was airy, light, pres- For
large square envelopes. cool, with both desk and big tableon ence, is overcome by the aweinspiring ONLY1O/Now

From one he spread several pho- which to spread out his papers, experience. Less than
tographs before Curt. They showed, a swivel chair between, a handy Possibly the reason for our lack of 0

from different angles, Zora Mitchell upright rack for rolls of blueprints.But reverence for holy things, for the

slumped over in a bamboo "pea- the one thing which instantlytook Lord's day-yes, for God Himself, h ((1C6Epg ii
cock" chair, her head at a curious his attention was the huge aeri is because He has become a little w

angle. There was a bullet-hole in photographic map of the C. A. T. God, weak and uninspiring in our ri .
her left temple, and blood had run tract permanently framed( againstthe thinking. Theologians, preachers,

from the wound, coagulated, stained wall. Here was something! and teachers have dared to speak

her dress. Montaya led' the way across the swelling words of disrespect con- W' a dose

Her left hand, hanging over the room, to tap proudly with his finger cerning His miraculous power, have "' "Y "m /Use only as directed.
arm of the chair, held a gun Curt tips. "I'd never. have gotten my denied the deity of His Son, have
recognized as a Luger. A Luger! planting under way without this." questioned the authority of His I I

he thought instantly. Funny! This map showed a rough triangleof Word. Having sown the wind of un- "

Where'd she get that? t"Ah t- about 20,000 hectares,'* or 50,000 belief, they have reaped from the JOur
He recalled how Mitchell had always -
acres. The Quebrado Mountains people the whirlwind of irreverence,
favored a Colt .45 against all formed the western boundary. Along a belittling of God and a rejectionof

foreign makes of small arms. but it is sad about her. Poor the south and east flowed the Masica His authority (Hos. 8:7). DestinyWe
Another question forced itself on Jacob reminded of God's immediate bear each one our own des-
River
little thing. joining the turbulent, unruly was -
Curt's mind. Why hadn't the physi- Rio Negro, the northern boundary, presence-"the Lord is in tiny.-Vergil.
cal shock relaxed Zora's fingers and "Oh, Dr. Toenjes also speaks Span- just below the rise of land where this place." The place of his visionof
made her drop the gun? ish and English-after a fashion. He stood Tempujo. heavenly things had special

"Now, in the case of her hus- is more successful with French. You No. buildings and no engineering meaning to Jacob. FOR QUICK RELIEF

band, we had no chance to obtain do not, then speak French?" As work showed on the map. It had But the underlying truth is that t : G

photographs on the ground. The Curt shook his head, "I thought not.. been made before any preliminarywork God is everywhere. He is not onlyin ,

body was moved to Tempujo. But He will use English with you." had been done. But it gave the church, or in the place oi Soothing CAB WE" 1
we did the best we could. I had The Agricultural Department occupied Curt an instant picture of the entire vision or of soul-struggle; He is also ANTISEPTIC w 9** II- V Ei

sketches made." an adjacent building, fillinga 'project; of the drainage neces- in the place of trial, of suffering, Used by thousands with satisfactory re'
suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -
From the second left by the administration
corner
envelope Mon- sary to clear thE. huge swamp dot- of sorrow, of loneliness-yes, even Get Carboil at drug stores or write
taya spread out these sketches, and ,building and the hospital. Mon- ted with stands of jungle; of the of sin. Spurlock-Neal .Co., Nashville Tens

With them a map marked with an taya pushed on through the outer levees necessary to hold back the This rich experience led Jacob to-

X: and two photographs of the bodyas office.In rivers; of the 'best terrain for spur III. A Recognition of God's Good

it lay on the flat handcar. the huge working laboratorythere tracks to fred the farms. ness (vv. 20-22). Wh9

"An inquest was held, of course, was shelf upon shelf, and row "Who made this map?" The God who would supply l his :
in the of Mrs. upon row, of carefully labeled boxes ages aiii palls r .
as case Mitchell. "Mr. Hyden and Mr. Lannestock," every need, who would watch over
Both-ah, incidents were quite prop- and jars. Along one side of the I I was ,the answer. "In a plane I him and keep him, was recognizedby ,- RHEUMATISM
erly handled by our local police., We room a number of steel filing cabi- chartered especial for the purpose, Jacob as being worthy of.his devotion t NEURITIS-LUMBAGO I
nave 'a. comandancia here, anotherat nets stood in a straight line. On a ysar before was ready to start and he made a vow that He

Tempujo." the work tables were odd-shaped I v/ork. It takes long to secure a should be his God (v. 21).

The sketches and the map were vessels-alembics., glass funnels, re oncession;: to plan. It is good work The grace and goodness of God
valueless, but the photographs torts. I no? They are competent r..
young men. are intended to bring men to faith .
Curt picked up one of them. The Dr. Toenjes linen below medium height, That is why I am so happy now to in Him and devotion to His service. I MMrp-
picture was sickening, the body in a dirty laboratory smock have them under contract.
slashed,and mutilated proved a colorless individual. In- Yet men can go on year after year,
beyond
recog- "Bueno.. Here are the beneficiaries of all His bounty,
deed with his full-bearded face and progress reports -
nition. of the ,
Many cuts
were clean, on the Negro levee the main and never so much as say "Thank Large Bottleb[ mifirataOUEo-Sinatl Size 60c
careless dress he looked fair
however, and something about prey IUILliriCiihfrici \
these AT ALl COOK OHO STOLES rlT
drainage system and the let alone recognize Him
clean cuts rang a bell in Curt's mind. for a caricaturist. Near-sighted, he > railroad. you, as McNEIL DRUG CO.,.)
You will wish to look
Yet the reason didn't at once click wore thick-lense spectacles which them over, I I Lord. 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,Florida
but you will be brief about it Jacob made practical and
-that cuts which didn't bleed hadto gave him a bug-eyed appeaI:'";nce. no? a very
Directly after lunch shall decision to demonstratethe -
be made after death, after the The first words were conventional we starton workable
blood greeting. Then: an inspection tour of the val- reality of his vow. He promisedthat
stops coursing in the
body. ley. For this we shall take tenth of all God him TO CHECK LA
"Your shipment of-a-'i! chemicals'l '' the one gave 1t.66g
"What about their "
asked. "Only five isn't little-girl she '*?"'"he .:" '. :. za aroused Mr.; Curtis' curi- rest of today and tomorrow, so you should be given back.
? -- will bring what personal with Dr. W. H.
JMortaya said. "I articlesyou We agree Griffith !
"Ah, but it is sad about her. osuj- -
Poor told him'uch questions were your need for overnight. In the Thomas that "if only some of those I
little thing. We have her
at the meantime I have much to do inclined to criticize Jacob
special province. :, myself who are
hospital for the present, where
the
.
would do he promised and
\yhat
left the bearded face.
nurses can look after her. I Geniality ttzhe
am Curt hardly noticed Montaya's tenth of their income to God
de
give a ,
1 red through
Hostile the
to in
trying get touch with relatives gray eyes He ,
parture. even forgot the of affairs
in the States." thick lense jtlto Curt. worries a different state would I
in the back of his ,mind. Whata obtain in connection with God's workat t
ver vonce vith der
beebles
Montaya stacked the "You
sketches, replaced them photographsand in uv zoss der riffer?" asked the Dutch- job! The best equipment to work home and abroad." AS S VJR4LMTC1SCi :
their with, a challenge to meet *
with the Trickery' and deception were i
1 envelopes. He drew.*-"-i nis pock\.: man. next season's rainfall the &1 The buyer's assurance is the advert: ;
deadline. to truthfulness devotion
changed -
nodded
ove4"512- cigarette case Curt smiled.
an and Montaya'sdeprecation He swelled to the task, his t::) ing he or she reads in the newspaper.
against.the lid of the doctor's eyes i when Jacob met God face to I
tamryfi one of the ,
English .
shone. He could have stood That is the buyer's guide. It tells th
for The blessed transformation
six-inch face. same
Turkish cigarettes hadn't been an exaggeration."Six -
I special Apparently he hours before that map. Noon rolled awaits those who meet our Lord ; prices one must expect to pay.Let for
he uses was con- years ago. 1 know Panama
around all too soon. and Saviour Jesus Christ in faith.
"siderinr some problem. I disease has shown up with them
'j i. andI I I (TO BE CONTINUED) Have you met Him?


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" ''II, To prevent pitting and discoloration Knitted garments should be laid
food should not be left in flat to dry, shaped to the outline

H aluminum ware any longer than is drawn before the garment was
necessary. washed.
PETERB. *
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1 leaf, six whole cloves and a bit of stains from linen bureau scarf.
PEEVE' thyme tied loosely together in a Keep a blotting pad under scarfto ,'
. I cheesecloth make an aromatic protect dressing table or bureau

i I f L Lf I Ii and spice stews.bag for cooking with soups top when perfume* js. spilled on it.

Put a small piece of hard soap
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Don't twist, bend or tie the so- in the sewing basket to rub over
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WYETH SPEARSa
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caballero with his guitar; a man lead-
UI18LEACHEO MUSLIN WITH EMBROIDER
IN ing a pig to market, and girls carrying
Ii Two UR j 1 r OUTLINE jugs and baskets on their heads are all
( / ,, tL < STITCH worked in simple outline stitch. Trans-
{,ATE fer pattern including enough figures for
1 six mats six napkins, borders for one
pair of curtains and extra figures for
1 v I '/ several pot holders is available to our
1 / readers. You will find directions also for
J many other fascinating things to make In
Mrs. Spears Book 7. Send order direct.to:

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BENCHES I0"THANNTE Drawer 10
lo' LOWER Enclose 10 cants for Book No. 7 and
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kitchen save time,
: but it was both time and space
that had to be saved.in this kitchen ProhibitionsThe
where breakfasts were eaten on
the run and the children had buta
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i Vi' few minutes for lunch. The growing of tobacco is pro-
hibited in Egypt, the publishingof
problem was solved by building a
_ _ 16-inch-wide counter under a win- suicide news is prohibited in
I Turkey, and the exhibiting of human -
dow and then making simple
II
I I freaks is prohibited in Soviet
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stools to be slipped under it when

I BOD6HT OWE OF YOUR not in use. The dimensions and
.\ BEFORE f fIieleaeed construction of the stools are
BOOKS, QI
P shown here. A saw, a screwdriver Russia.MOROLINE
j &&E WAR /
i and a wood chisel are the only

tools that were used.
a" The stools were painted cream HAIR IONIC[ WE 00.00HADR @
color to match the woodwork and

? 0 ,< the counter was covered with
',,.' /" blue linoleum like the floor cover- Reaping DisappointmentIt

I ing. Cream colored place mats, I is a bitter disappointment .

\ napkins and window curtains em- when you have sown benefits, to,
broidered in colorful Mexican fig- reap injuries.-Plautus.
ures were then added to give a
p' smart note of gaiety.
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.1I jvnn IRRITATIONS OF
NOTE These mats and S
: curtains nap-
kins were made of flour bags and the gay 1U ., EXTERNAL CAUSEacne
I figures tell a story of life down Mexico pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
< by th Ecn 9 ndlc.te m e way. A flower seller; a peon on his burro; ugly broken-out skin: Millions relieve
I miseries with simple home treatment.
-. Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
healing by killing germs it touches. Use
'B I. Stickler for Good Diction Black and White Ointment only as dI-
rected. lOc,25c,50c sizes.25 years success.
I Meets Stickler for Facts Money-back guarantee. K3T Vital in
/:; w4s cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
/lJo -=a soyouIr Black and .White Skin Soap daily.
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. Several men were seated arounda
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who had been trying to tell his
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i "On the day on" which my wed- /CCNOIHC MARBLE MONUMENTS.Frit .
: ding occurred-
a Frit*Mtia ItDtrUj.Irtljll cJ tnUntt.
"You'll pardon the correction," aliTt9R91' ..
Want to bo7 Tlt* caUloflo*
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I broke in the correct dictionist, -."L'li'i GUARANTEE MONUMENT CO
Millar Watt 1 "but affairs such as marriages, .TATIWI'C.-ATLMRA OLOR01A1IHITEO

receptions, dinners, and things of
that sort'' 'take place.' It is only

such things as calamities which
'occur.' You see the distinction, '
STATES
I am sure.
..JWNUtM The "corrected" one thought fora BONDS

moment, then replied: "Yes, I STAMPS AND
see. As I was saying before I

was interrupted, on the day on III'

,,, which my wedding occurred"
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FOUR THE CLEWISTON !NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST M 21, 1042 \

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News'' fidentially he might die any time.A ter took that away from him just Motor Vehicle Use obtained the stamp should immediately -
The Clewiston : man on the radio said we might when he needed it most. send in a money order or ,

lose the war, it's certainly terrible.I You've probably forgotten what Tax Law Will Be certified check to the ,Collector of \.
cry every'' time I think of you you wrote him by the time that cold Internal Revenue Jacksonville. .i
In Clewiston.
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON NEWS over there with those snakes and formal communique arrives from Strictly EnforcedJohn 1 Florida, and request that a stampbe
Tnc. head hunters and don't see why: the War Dapeartment, which reads: sent to them.

you had to go when Johnnie Smith "Killed in action." Officially it 'Deputy John H. Maloy, Jr.

KEATIILEY BOWDEX, Editor Is still here and struts around as was a Jap bullet or a Nazi bomb L. Fahs, Collector of D. C., who covers this territoryhas

big as life going to parties and that did the job. You'll never Internal Revenue for the Districtof stated that he will, be' in
good time." know, of course, just what did Clewiston, Moore Haven and' La-
Entered as second class mail matter having a Florida, has instructed his field'
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In harm could that do?" (happen. But if he hadn't been Belle sometime during the week,
of "What deputy collectors to begin enforce-
under the Act
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Clewiston Florida )
Well I'll tell The thinking about his dad or his girlor of August 24, 1942, for the purposeof -
!March 3, 1897Subscription you ask. you. ment of the Motor Vehicle Use
boy It's written to has probably his dog, he might have been a Tax Law and a number of arrests checking up on cars that do not J
little quicker on the trigger, a lit- have the I
from stamps properly displayedin
Rote $2.0O Per Year. waited months for a letter have already been made in various
home. He is in a strange new tle more sure with his bayonet parts of the state. order that such cases may be
Ad'ertlalng Rates On Application. world. He doesn't know what tomorrow thrust. Maybe if your letter had presented to the District Attorneyfor
holds for him. He has said: "Mary loves you. Everythingis This law provides that any per- prosecution.
I fine here. Dad and I are ro son liable for the tax who uses or
Devoted to the advancement and wel- given up everything-home, friends,
I permits the of motor vehicleor
use a
proud of you.-it would have beena
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. a good job-and has been through boat Curtailed Deliveries
before the tax has been
Jap or Nazi home that receivedthe
months of the toughest, hardest paid shall be of mis-
terse announcement "Killed in guilty a Cause InconvenienceTAMPA
training in the world. His govern- action." demeanor and upon conviction
MEMBER I ment has done everything it can thereof shall be" fined not more
FLORIEttPRESS ASSOCIATION'NATIONAL to make him physically fit and This is a request column, writHen than $25.00: or imprisoned for not Aug. 19 (FNS) -
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION/ mentally alert. His equipment is I at the urgence of the editor of more than thirty days or both. It Due to a misunderstanding on the
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1941 the best. He's ready for ACTION. a country weekly, Walter P. Mc- further provides that any person part of the public, merchants and

I Then the long awaited letter from Guire of the Southside Virginia who uses or operates a motor vehicle service organizations are being t ,

"home" arrives. He reads it over News, who through his little paper or a boat at a time when the blamed for the annoyance and Inconvenience -
It's now time to buy a new has inaugurated a campaign to urge I Ipeople'
still and over and over again. Beforeit stamp does not appear on the motor occasioned by sharply-
license provided
driver's
you came he was lonesome and blue.It to write our boys and write vehicle or boat in the manner curtailed deliveries of ice, milk,.
have tires on which to drive. them often when do /
but they to
I groceries and other
might have given him courage provided in regulations prescribed merchandise.
and the Germans and hope but instead it only serv- "WRITE RIGHT. i under Section E and F shall, be Attention is called to the rulingof -

Anyway for we while Wednesdaythat ed to worry and ,depress him. He has appealed to newspaper 'guilty of a misdemeanor and upon the Office of Defense Transportation .
a
thought the second front had begun. "We've already lost 'the war. Dadis friends to help, and I am only too conviction thereof ,shall be fined which holds the customer
going to die. Another guy is glad to comply, for it is one of the not more than $25. equally responsible, stating "No
,going with his best girl. His dog most constructive moves I've encountered I one shall make, or cause to be '
Our part in the war effort is to Any person who used his car dur- '
was killed. Other guys get all the in connection with our made, more, than one delivery a J
buy bonds, collect salvage, provide I ing the month of July is liable fora ".
be day.
breaks. war effort. If people can just
for1 home defense and keep up the stamp covering the period from'
morale or'our folks at home as Then the order comes: "Man made to realize the tremendous in- July 1, 1942, through June 30, Ice companies are prohibited''

well as the boys at the front. Are. your battle stations! Hastily he fluence of their letters on the mo- 1943, and the cost of this stamp is from making' more than lone delivery -
in In rale of our boys, and if they can a day, while most dairy
letter blouse.
we doing our part? stuffs your his $5. It is necessary that these companies --
be made to THINK as they write to are limited to one delivery
him
front of are gleaming bayonets, stamps be purchased through the
Make it a point to hear Capt. machine guns; below him sub- the end that they will WRITE Collector of Internal Revenue, Jack- every other day.Housewives .

Lynch speak at the school audit, marines- ; overhead dive bombers.He .- RIGHT, it will do more to win sonville, Florida, and it is sug- can cooperate by
into He's train- than could be accomplished by a keeping their ice. boxes filled and
action.
is going
torium Monday night. He may be gested that any person who has not I
dozen battleships or a thousand taking stock of needed
able to make you feel that there is ed to the minute; he has his weapons groceries, r .1

a far war isolated on and from that that we war are as not some so I. his gas mask, everything he planes.Remember, the' pen you hold is I I carefully, and if you can't 'WRITE milk to avoid and running other merchandise short between, so as,

of us seem to think. needs but his HEART. Your let pointed at his HEART. Use it RIGHT, don't write at all. regular delivery periods.


The Solomon 'Islands success of .
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American forces assumes impor- r- ., ".
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tance, not because of Its size but ; "
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because it is the first American : ,', ,

land success of this new World i _. ..
War' and proves that our land : 0''

forces are just as tough as our air tfr :',:51
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DR. O. F. SCHIFFLI ; ,

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A distinct personal loss is felt j j7

by every resident of Clewiston at v .

the death of Dr. 0. F. Schiffli and .
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the niche which he filled in community ,;.'
life as well as in service to i .. ".\

the sick of the area will be difficult -

to fill. Always rushed, always -

harried by the ,.illnesses of r ; f

(great numbers of patients, often ,; / ,.
weary from overwork, his greet- i ", ;'

ing was always brisk and friendlyand ,
accompanied by a heartwarming / -
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smile. There is little room to ;
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doubt the truth of the statementthat 't )
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he had no enemies. ,

He was not given. to "personal '

aggrandizement and it is small /' ; }::

wonder that only after his death / \

do most of us hear of his great / r, r

war record in, France in 1918, a ;:
record which entitles him to mili- : ; /;; .
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tary honors and 'resting place in ;
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our burial ground of heroes at .., '

Arlington. ,./
Suddenly he is taken from ,us ,, ; i '"

but he will live long in the ,memories .-.:.," t
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of the legion of friends herewith :

whom he came into daily contact .-j',.;.'
and who :were proud to know J K

him as their friend. '. / .
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'You may never have thought 'of I C?
it, but when you take your pen in 1 ? thi/
hand to write a letter to that soldier !

boy in' Iceland! or Egypt or i (

New Caledonia or anywhere else,

you are handling an instrument as I Let's blast Japan-and Germany-and .Italy-with the chain ).) lj u "' ",
dangerous and deadly as a Japanese '
bayonet or Nazi bomb. lightning of destruction that can be built from the scrap in ith1i/ "

One seemingly innocent state- our cellars, attics and garages, on our farms and in our places fjl I i ,

ment made in your letter may cause of business. Needed'L S '.ij Sti.'

that boy to lose his life and might machines

turn the tide of battle.-No- I'm Scrap iron and steel, other metals, rubber and waste every ship and gun and is rmadez of

not thinking about the "Don'tTalk" materials. It will all be used to make tanks, ships, planes Other Scrap rron per and cent of 1:
campaign.-This has nothing 1'letalsRubber steel,
to do with and the fighting weapons our boys must have. It is needed -ag ;
. military information, laope-- j Fat
the censor will catch that. once. urtap gs .> 4
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What I'm talking about is that
bit of personal mention you Sell it to a Junk dealer -igive it to a charity or collection ;

thoughtlessly include, such as agency-take it yourself to the nearest' collection point-or 1 :-

"Your girl was at the church social consult the Local Salvage Committee. If you live on a'farm, (' r' .

last night. Bill brought her. and have found no means of disposing of your Junk, get in N t a '
He's ceded
working at the shipyards now, for I' '
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touch with the County War Board or farm implement Jeeps makin g bombs / I :
you know, and they say he makes your ; gas masks fuses, hin t =
over $100 a week. He's got anew dealer. parachute f. es; insulation barrage balloons.oculars; planes ;-
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car and dresses like a mill- Throw YOUR scrap into the fight! wasrE cooT1sfflc for electricipng rags' for J t'r
ionaire." )
when rats-
you
Or you might do just as much 1 NEEDED get a poond or more Strain Into a large -
This message approved by Conservation Division tin our. sell ti n can and )
damage
with
something like this: : o CERTAIN jpCALlrjEcr meat dealer. t
"Things are getting terrible at ,.I- NOT Y as J
NEEDED announced Wastepaper
loc7le .,
home. They have had to close a WAR PRODUCTION, I BOARD rat this dme -Razor

lot of defense factories \. blades--glass.
for lack of I
-- nil ocfwri/Minonf paid for by ffo Americanndvtfrmf Salvage Committee
material. Strikes 'are increasing. frprirfm0 oaj with Iv.. provided fry group of leadingndujfrraJ cou ro4
Three
ships were torpedoed off our .
coast yesterday. Your dog 'Rover' 1

was hit by a car and killed last \

week. Dad had a heart attack and ,! Henciry County Salvage Committee Phone
the
doctor told Aunt Minnie con \

PAUL EMRICH Cbairuan CLEWI8TOS



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AUGUST 21, 1042 :

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-- J. B. Alderman made a trip to Mrs. Thos. K Markette; Mrs. J.\j ed an evening of games and group'- FIRST BAPTIST' CHURCHH.

Miami yesterday to take a second .W. Moore and Mrs. John Kettl returned singing after which refreshments C. Meador, Pastor

: ( examination for enlistment in the Thursday from 'a visit of of sandwiches, cookies, jello with

t [ Personals J'J'j 'U. S. Navy SeaBeesHe failed the several days in' Tampa. T. A. Mar-I whipped. cream and punch 'were Regular services at 11:00 an"

{ I second test but expects to try again. 'kette accompanied them and remained served. 8:30 on Sunday with preaching by-

j .; I there for: a longer visit. I Those enjoying the occasion were the pastor.

! ;'! .. I Miss Lois 'Prince is on vacation Jo Ann Crouch, Carline Berner, Training Union meets Sunday at,

and expects to spend a portion of Mrs. W. L. Brown left the first I Mary Louise Thomas, Shirley Owen, 7:15.

, j Miss Ann McCoy spent the; weekend the two weeks in Miami with her of this week for North Carolina Pat Bailey, Christine Hutson, Grace

:) .J'j'r' in Fort Lauderdale I' sister, Mrs R. C. Granere. where she may possibly make her Ward, Louise Prewitt, Carol Alston Regular mid-week prayer services -
at 8:30 Wednesday evening.,
.
future home. She resigned last and Junior Martinez. Gilbert
"J Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami, Mrs.. John Nead and son, Dennyof ; We are now studying the Priest-
... week as cashier in the offices of McLeod, Raymond Trice, Gene and
. i visiteed here over the week-end. Tampa, are the guests this weekof hood of Jesus in the sixth chapterof -
.: fi the United States Sugar Corporation -. Bub Mills, Gerald Fussell and Joe
-- her mother, Mrs. Daisy Yoder, Hebrews., There has been a
F i II IIi a position she has held for Schroeder. '
i; Jimmy Davis is at home this find sister, Mrs. Cecile Brooks. great increase in interest, in these
almost ten years. I I
/
, {
U. S. services:
week on furlough from the I
I I Navy. Mrs. Carl Hansen has returned Hall-Bolton Nuptials 1 I All missionary circles will'meet
I Miss Sybil Driggers returned
to her home in Lakeport after jiat the home of Mrs. M. A. Thomasat
f I weeks here visiting Sunday to her home in Dothan, I
Mrs. Glen Etherton and Glenda, spending' two Solemnized WednesdayOf i 3:30 Tuesday afternoon for
sometime here
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broadrick. Ala., after spending
Sue were visitors in Miami Tues- Bible study. t
i i I with her brother, Adolph Drig-

\ day.f' Dr. W. 0. Rigby "is spendingthis gers and Miss Hortense Collins great interest to their many The Army's field

Mr. and Mrs.--L.-N. Davis and I week in Miami where he was Miss Collins, ''Mr. Driggers and A.j J friends here was the marriage on ration "K," new furnishing emergency a day'smeals
I illness of his father O. Ward took her to Fort Myersto of Miss Ardis
called by the Wednesday evening ,
"
j family spent several days in Tampa 'and weighing only two
:"J 3i i this week., which necessitated a major opera- her train. Bolton and Joe M. Hall, a simple I pounds, contains 3,276 calories and

3 attended only by
tion. ring ceremony
; \ Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knight and will endure changes in temperature

Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroederwere children and Mrs. C. E. Miner returned close relatives and friends. I between 20 degrees below zero and,
business visitors in Miami Mrs. W. C. Nall, Mrs. Boyd from vacation Mrs. Hall is the daughter of Mr. 135 degrees above zero.
Vorhees, Mrs. C. R. Egley and Mrs. Thursday a and Mrs. Charles Bolton of Clewis-
.,Y{ dnesday. trip. to Foley, Ala. Mrs Knight ,
Melvin Pape attended a meeting ton. She was graduated from
-" children had been there
is in Moore Haven Tuesday after- and the Gadsden High School in Gadsden, t
Miss Carolyn 'Bryant visiting weeks and Mrs. Miner
for several
I noon. I Ala, in 1939 "and later attended i J. M. COUSE
jher aunt, Mrs. .Edna Blakely, in and Mr., Knight went up for them j I, Brenau College at Gainesville, Ga.

: Lakeland. Capt. ,and Mrs. A. G., Twiddy a couple of weeks ago. I The family moved to Clewiston the Counselor and Attorney at Law

l J. J. Allen of Fort Lauderdale and children are spending some timein Wing Commander Kenneth Ramp- ,latter part of 1939 and she has I Hopkins Building

Jacksonville where he has been been employed in the dry goods department -
I I, spent several days this week at the kling who has been stationed at Wednesdays and Saturdays
) temporarily 'assigned by the U. S. at Parkinson's Store for
Clewiston Inn. Riddle Field since its opening, left 9:80 to 4:00Johnson's
I, Engineers. more than a year.,
{ ? today at noon for Maxwell Fieldto
Mr. Hall's is in Henderson
home
-
James Wynn of Fort Bragg, N. take over his, new duties as Sen-
1 I ,Rev. Gary Blair and Gordon Ky., and he came to Clewis- ...
is spending a week's furloughat
: Car., I ior RAF Administration officer
Strickland of Miami were visitors ton in 1940 and has made his home
: his home here. there. His successor here, T. O.
here over the week-end, Rev. Blair since that time with his uncle and
Prickett, arrived on Wednesday.
Land Mrs. E. 'preaching Sunday at the Com- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall. He Fish CampNear
:Mrs.: H. A. R,
ji Church. is the of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Waldron and J. A. Douglas are munity Keathley Bowden returned Sun son ( Hurricane Gate)
!
Hall and his
W. W. of Henderson
visitors! today in Fort Myers. I and day from Toledo, Ohio, where he Clewiston, Fla.
Mfs. S. A. Pence daughter, mother's rings were used in the
has been taking ,a refresher courseat Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Miss Roberta Spicer spent the Lois of Orlando, have' joined Mr. a, ,linotype school for the past wedding ceremony. He graduatedfrom Rates ReasonableW.
and while waiting for Henderson School in
Pence here
High
week-end in Canal Point with Mr. several weeks. Mrs. Bowden and H. Johnson, Mgr.
house residing 'at the Sugar- 1935 and his residence here
during
,and Mrs. William J. Johnson. a are sons, Kay and Paul, met him in
land Tourist Cottages. worked for Mo-
Hendry County
Ocala for a week at Silver Springsand
''J. H. Wilson left Wednesday on tors. He entered the Army in
Technical Sergeant John E. they are remaining there for
additional' January and is now located at I I
which he to
his vacation expects Davidson of Polk Field, N. C., is an week. f

','t i spend r in West_Palm' Beach., spending' a short furlough here 73rd Camp Armored Funston Field, Kansas Artillery, with, Ninth the I I II Don't

:Mrs. A. E. Burke is visiting her with his Davidson.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and week Mrs from, Sam vacation Lang returned visit- Armored Division. He is home on ForgetTHAT '.
Earnest Jast a
Mrs. J. W. Bozeman in furlough until next Wednesday,
daughter ,
in Moultrie, Ga. The couple was

Gainesville for several weeks. Mrs. Mary Small, and her, sister, ,I recently married and, Mr. Lang, II, August' 26.'Because of the war the couple's WE OX THE HOME

Renee have who is in the offices of
Miss Wethington, employed
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lovvorn I plans are not definite but Mrs. Hall EXPECTEDTO
moved from, the Francisco ApartI U. S. Sugar Corporation was'pre- FRONT ARE
\ will remain in Clewiston with her
from I
returned last Thursday -
a va-
ments and taken an apartment in sented with a set of dishes and a .
cation visit to Daytona Beach. parents, f the Hopkins ,Building set of silverware by fellow em-
.' I popular young couple is receiving -

Miss Lee Pridgen-- returned this ployees this week. the congratulations of their I '
Mrs. Daisy Yoder left yesterday ( Part
friends this week. Our
week-end, from her vacation which many
for Cleveland, Ohio, where she ,was Mrs. R. R. Hooks returned Sun- .
she spent in Wilmington, N. C.
: < --- called by the serious illness of her day'night from a visit with her MARY CATHERINE FRAXCIS

father'' who suffered a 'stroke the husband in Gainesville Mr.: Hooks I
Misses Marjorie Daugherty and HAS PARTY ON BIRTHDAYMrs.
here I latter: part of last week, who is in, the U. S..' Navy stationedat
Esther Hill of LaBelle visited
Norfolk, had short fur- 1
last week with Miss Betty Reeves. only a J. V,' Francis entertainedwith
Buford Surrency, who is in theU. lough which did not permit him
at her home last Wed-
party
S.' Navy and -stationed at to come' all the to Clewiston a
Wilbur Goff returned Monday to way nesday afternoon on the government Buy More
Norfolk visited friends; here Satur- !Jso was met by Mrs. Hooks in
Norfolk after spending a week'sfurlough reservation celebrating the third
day while on furlough at his homein Gainesville for the week-end. I
from the U. S. Navy here. LaBelle.Mr. (/ birthday of her daughter, Mary War .'

IMR. ,AND SIRS. BROADRICK Catherine.The .
i V Mrs. ,Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. Ruth '
HAVE HOUSEWARMING PARTY children the
and Mrs. Carl Johnson and played games on Savings
I Owens and Mrs. E.:
B. C. Bailey
children returned Sunday from lawn and A. W. Lawrence took

were visitors Saturday in' Miami. I their vacation which they''' spent I Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Broadrick home movies of the children at play. I I Bonds

in Sarasota and at points in' the I II entertained with a housewarming Refreshments of- birthday cake
Miss Jackie McKenzie of Charlotte
I \ !northern part of the state. party on Friday night of last week 'and ice cream were served.
.t-$ S. Car., is visiting her aunt,I I,
at their new home in SugarlandPark. Among those present were Patsy
Mrs. Wilburn, 'Lawson and Mr. Lawson '
Dr. and ,Mrs. T. C. Gowin left Sandwiches, pickles, cookies :- and Janet Casper, Nadine Bembry,
.
:j last Saturday for :Miami Beach and limeade were ,served to the Walker Nall, Martha Christine

where he entered military service. large number of friends who call Hare, Bonnie Faye Durrence, Billie CLEWISTON REALTY
: Ralph Bishop, Jr., was in Miami, I,
He has been the physician at Riddle ed'during the evening. The Sue .Crow, Glenda Sue Etherton,
the first of the'week to take an :
I ) ;I Field for several months. Broadricks received many lovely Jennings Ezelle and Sylvia Beatty. and DEVELOPMENT
examination for his airplane pilot'slicense. .. '
,i "\ .. gifts for the new home. Louise and Ann Prewitt and Caro-
.
I 'Mrs N. R. Hager and Mrs.: I. R.II The guest list included Mr. and lyn Bryant assisted the hostess. CORPORATION

Bell spent the week-end in :West Mrs. Bill Colyer, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. R....-L. Guthrie and
II I Palm Beach and in Delray Beach A. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller I I
family moved this week to Nashville IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
where they met Mr. Hager who is Mr. and Mrs. W., A. I ..
Ga., where they"will make , ,
I stationed there with the U. S.. Navy. ery, Mr. and Mrs. John 1\1ontgom-1 -- ,
their' home
; )-<>' ;
and Mrs. J. C. Varnadoe, .oiI1ML''Q.: ; '- :-

!I i Yeoman Charles Benson has recently Mrs. B. Varn_ aloe, Mr. and Mrs.'I ... ..
I Misses Ardis Bolton and Mildred
i been transferred to the Miami Bob Wiandt, Mr. and Mrs. John 11'n9 y ds' ,
Durst returned the week-end 0 .
4 o\er 'I I, recruiting offices of the U. S. Lucaa, Mr. and Mrs., C. ,A. Bellamy. r.Ke
from vacation trip to Miami f ,
a >
Navy. He has previously served, Mr. and Mrs. R. Devane, Mr. and ?p ens

'I' Beach.\ :In Tampa and more recently, jn Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mr. and 1\lrs'l

1 Jacksonville.. N. V. S. Mumford, Mr, and I
:Miss Elizabeth Huffaker left;
H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. J. Vaughn, Mr. : ,
Saturday on her vacation 'which I .
:
; and Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mr. .and: 'i' .i,,
Owen Winn, who has been
she is' spending with friends in em- I
:II
Mrs. Frank Mueller, Mrs. J. Mayo,
Baltimore, Md. ployed in Alexandria, La., visited I
Monday and Tuesday with his mother Jr., Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Anderson,

Mr. and Mrs H. Lehman have I Mrs.... Arthur H. King: before Mr. and Mrs. John DeValcourt, :Mr. rO
and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mr.
moved into the ''Zerney Meredith going on to Miami where he will
I be'' located. and Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke, Mr. and
house recently vacated by Mr. and '
". _- t I Mrs. H. E. Trice, Mr. and Mrs.
:Mrs. Tommy Teate.
,
\ I Miss Cloyce Nall left, Wednesdayfor M. A. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. A, PHOTOGRAPH ornciAL
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E. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. U.S.
ARMY
her home in Lakeland 'after
J. B. Brantley, who is in the
, ;I U. S. Navy and serving aboard the spending several weeks here. She Wenzloff, Mr. and Mrs. ,C. R. SIGNAL CORPS

; I ,U. S. S. Electra, is spending a furlough -I will 'teach', in, ,the commercial department Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Thielen and :Mrs.: Carl Hansen of
at his home here. ( of Lakeland High School
I
: I during the coming term. Lakeport. v

Mr. and, Mrs. W. H. Lanier returned I I ATTEND VOWELL FUNERAL OYO Keep prepared to meet rising prices
this week-end from Tampa Charles L. Roberts, who went IOV..IYIM G

where they have been spendingtwo into the army recently. is now 10-1 Among those from Clewiston who I and taxes by adding regularly to

weeks' vacation. cated at Fort' Belvoir, Va., in Co. attended the funeral of Mrs. M. C.

\ A, 3rd Engineer Training Bat Vowell in West Palm Beach Thurs- I TpCF C5

C W. N. Martin spent the week-end talion of the Engineer Replace": day were: Rev and Mrs. H. C. your Savings Account here... withI

fin Stuart. Mrs. :Martin, and the ment Training Center. ,
Meador Mrs. H. T. Turner, Mrs.
,
; children returned home with him Hall"h I F. E. Chalker, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, liberal earnings and insured safety,
after of
a visit several weeks there. Joe is stationed at
i Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mr. and

: Mr. 'and Mrs. R. J. Lee and i Camp' Funston, Kansas, in an armor- Mrs: Herman Davis, Mrs H. L.

I, i family have returned here from ed division; arrived home Tuesdayto Davis, Mrs.' G. E. Wentzolff, Mrs. ,

Pompano where he has been employed spend a short furlough. He W. R. Broadrick, Mrs. C. R, Krueger BUY YOUR: WAR BONDS HEREFRIDAY
' was met in West Palm ,
I', Beach by
for several weeks. Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. C.
I Miss Ardis Bolton and SherwoodHall. Prewitt, Mrs. t1. H. King, Mrs.C. .

: I Mr, and Mrs. Fred A. Flanders M. Allen, Mrs. 'A. C. Carlton

and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse of --- and' Ben Bolton

I 'I Moore Haven were visitors here Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morders left

Monday night. Sunday for Washington where he HARRIETT ALSTON HAS

---- I Ii has accepted a position as a pilot PARTY ON BIRTHDAY M6

I i Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor re- for Transcontinental and Western t 1 I I I \O

,: turned Sunday from a two weeks' Airlines. They were accompaniedas Harriett, Alston celebrated her .,I rnl I

visit with their son, Capt. Richard I far as Alexandria by Mrs. Harry thirteenth birthday with a party at I 1 I rl

,1 J. Bestor at Dallas, Texas. Capt. Lehman and to Washington by Mrs. 'the home of her parents, Mr. and

.. Bettor bas now been transferredto W. E. Dilley who took a train on Mrs. Roy Alston, Thursday even

Camp Adair at Corvalis, Ore- from there to Newcastle, Pa., to Ing. ,

gon. visit relatives. The 'group of young folks enjoy ,

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!,4' L AAF Learns Art of Camouflage Gems of Thought (. 'i



FALSEHOOD is so vile that

FORT BELVOIR, VA., where the engineer board is train- though it should praise the

AT ing officers from all over the country in the gentle art of great works of God it offends
a gainst sHis divinity; truth is of
is
making things look like what they ain't, much knowledge such excellence, that if it praise
thQL:2:5IJ
crammed into a two-week's course., By VIRGINIA VALE the meanest things they be-
;
Released by Western Newspaper Union.EIGHTY come ennobled.-Leonardo da
from second lieutenantsto
Washington, D. C. Three busloads of officers, ranging Vinci. t
the direction of two first lieutenants, nurses whose
lieutenant colonels under army 1
WOODEN SAILING SHIPS I The night has a thousand ,
eyes
When Undersecretary of Com set out each morning to a special sector three miles from the post.In ought to go downin And the day but one,

merce Wayne C. Taylor was flyingto a field of about five acres are Curtiss P-40 pursuits staked down history because of the cour Yet the light (the bright world dies

Rio for the Inter-America con- amid a group of pines. No airplane, one concludes, could land in age with which they did their With the Francis dying sun.W. Bourdillon.

ference, he remarked: carefully con- work during the siege of Ba-
terrain. However these planes .are The
"Our toughest problern is shipping.We such rough sufficiency of merit is to

have to find something that will structed dummies, made of plywood. taan will- receive their due know that my merit. is not sufficient. -

give us the most cargo space, using to misdirect the enemy while the real partially least, in a picture .-Quarles.

the least critical material. That's These "mock-ups" serve and safe. which paramount has sched- Silence is a true friend who

the formula." planes, hidden a short distance away, are camouflaged uled for production in the au never betrays.-Confucius.

Then he looked out of the plane Blank will take ten men with
"Captain
vessel One of the lieutenants says: tumn. Called "Hands lof Mer-
window and saw a tiny sailing You'll find ample
likely spot and get going. "
shoulders pick
said strong a if will be produced and
he
below. "You may laugh, there tools brushhooks, pickaxes. Pull your plane to cy,
supplies over t
"but'we may even come to that. to conceal it." directed by Mark Sandrich,
and
spot, find drapes, try CLASSIFIED J
What Tay- your
That was last January. who'll take a hand also in
the 300-pound
stuck in Officers lieutenants and lieutenant colonels alike grab
lor had said on an impulse ,
his mind. At Rio he talked it over ,, dummy plane and carefully haul it to the appointed spot. Chips fly, writing the scenario. Another DEPARTMENTWOMEN

with Brazilians who were worried stumps are razed and the ground smoothed out. In po time at all the timely picture will be Metro's

about moving their coffee crop. He space is cleared. The plane is pulled into position, and the officers. "Next of Kin," in which Joan

was sure he had the answer to the swarm over the ship like the Lilliputians over Gulliver. Crawford will appear as a girl WANTEDHonest

submarine campaign-ships requir- When the job is done the students return to their instructor to report.He without social background, who Woman Wanted-Short hours to

ing no critical materials, ships that criticizes the job from every angle. They do the job. over and'. over marries a naval officer, and finds ass Religious or people in.Printing local communities direct into. Address theftands

would coast along in shallow waters again until it is done right. herself confronted with navy snob- W. A. B., P. O. Box 'U, Decatur, Ga.

and keep alive the trade among the The following series of pictures show you the camoufleurs at 'work. bery. Joan will come out on top of I I


Americas.But he .struck a snag in, Washington. .,,.... > .. ,., .n...... _hu'uh' Ja.y. _.. course! --7 BOOKLETSGod
The Maritime, commission was ,,/:{. ', /; frM psyhQ v.QL! ; ..t.. y,1 t.$.::.:!..'::::}i:,:.;.:,\. :AI KL6'hs ; .:.{Sh {: ay4 r 4i.piaYa.: :,o, S3 Bette Davis refuses to call her Reveals Exact World Ends. Dime

not interested. Skeptics said it wasa brings World Ends booklet. Write
vegetable garden at her Sugar HARVEST, Box 33, Jefferson City, Mo.
reversion to the "horseandbuggydays" 'I h#Y ',, C T OIL ak: ,, !J rS, Hill, N. H., home a "victory
Three times Tay- :;'>
I
of the sea. \
'i "
4 ,, garden. Like a lot of other
lor worked up his project in revised PARADE/1 o '{} ,{ people, she discovered to her Cherokee Rose
each time it failed to
forms, but y won'tgrow
that
sorrow vegetables
%
click. An old Indian legend recountsthe

Then he tried another tack. He just because you plant love of a young Seminole war- +"
them. She she'll be
published an account of the projectin says lucky rior for the daughter of an enemy
if she New
gets England
one
a trade weekly of the departmentof Cherokee chieftain. When the girl
boiled dinner out of 'the whole
commerce. Immediately it struck fled with her lover to live among
.: -
fire. Boat builders all over the coun- y'' 'k crop. --7 the Seminoles she took along as a

try wanted to take part in the enter- souvenir of her native country
Charles couldn't have Greta
Boyer
prise. ,Official interest was'kindled. only a sprig of rose, which she
'murder
Garbo for that mystery
Result was that RFC allocated planted in her new home. This is
"Flesh and Fantasy of which heN
$10,000,000, with which the Rocke- the Cherokee Rose which came to

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feller Office is setting up a corpora- hh be regarded as a symbol of the

tion to build and acquire wooden r b CrYrnL F land of Georgia. It is the state

sailing vessels for interAmericantrade. of Georgia's official bloom.

.
I t r 4f A .r '
1 s : A.!a .a
Two designs have been completed, (

one for a shallow draft vessel and f rL'JS! Y ,{y 1 u.r .Sh tkv s'i.!! ,r. .4, i,y a: .v rfYr.t4' r r :rr HEY! DON'T SCRATCH

one for a heavy sea vessel. Yards 4 S t \ n4 ,

have been selected in Latin Amer- /. soothe the itch of mosquito and eimilar

ica and contracts are being let. bites with Mexican Heat Powder. Large
,
n .41 41r eizo most economical-sold everywhere.
will be endless belt of ,
There an k' ;;' 1.,;:" .,U'Ww.; <:". :1< ss; r. ;::';2I<.W T' <>>">""""" r :
300-ton sailing ships, making long
and short voyages, using auxiliary Student officers from all parts of the country plot positions for cam- J Dangerous Low Notes

engines when necessary, but saving ouflage and emergency fields on a relief map. The lowest notes on the pipe or-

fuel by using, most of the time, the 1' gans in many European cathedrals -

trade winds that made the Carib- are rarely played because it

bean famous in the days of Clipper is feared that the intense vibra-

ships. tions might shatter'the stained- a
CL 4 f
glass windows.

VICE PRESIDENT'S ______..._..___..._n.0V'HAttr'4b"mltaiYuliCHARLES ..
RECREATIONOn

a hot August morning when BOYER Acid

residents of the Wardman Park is both co-star and co-director. But IndigestionWhat

hotel had fans turned on full blast, .L Universal did very well by him by' many Doctors do for it -

they looked with surprise to s e'fourfigures getting Barbara Stanwyck to play? When excess stomach add causes gas sour stomach
t'S' 44.x 9{ R v heartburn, doctors prescribe the fastest-acting
come out on the tennis court. ; r opposite him in the second sequence. medicines known for symtomatic. relief-medicines
like those In Bell-ana Tablets No laxative. If
your
They looked a second time. It was --,,--- very first tnal doesn't prove Bell-ana better,return .
the vice president and a party of Rosalind Russell thinks she know: bottle to us and get dOuble your money back, ZSc. J

friends out for a set of doubles. 'A i 4" : "eY' what the boys in camp expect o f

Henry Wallace took off' a pair of picture stars, so she decided to take<

slacks threw them into a corner, 1 all the glamour clothes that she

and trotted out onto the court in could pack into seven trunks when

white shorts and a' white sports
starting on the tour of army camps: --OUR"CapBrush"Applcsl6r-
shirt. It was eight o'clock. as the scheduled to follow completion of ; ,
make "BUCK LEAF 40"
game began. "My Sister Eileen." Though on a JUST A GOHUCHFARTHR*

Wearing no hat or eyeshade, and 16-hour-a-day schedule, she'll have DASH IH FEATHERS.. i

wielding the racket in his left hand clothes enough to change ten times:

Wallace entered into the with .
game a day. "I'll wear everything buta
a s r 31 r! = ,Sn"w'k'dAN F/
the gusto of a high school boy. It fG(1 r of) z u Y! p at'Y'J .t..,9S4' h 1r;+ ,'( +: ; L! bathing suit," she announced. And

was not tennis of professional qual- Divining Success
she looks so fetching in a bathingsuit
ity but it was' high class amateur The best augury of a man's suc-
nature's best examples of camouflage. !
Students study land turtles, one of
play. Frequently the ball was returned -I ", cess in his profession is that he
;lc--
thinks it the finest in the world.-
eight or ten times in a single Betty Brewer, the Paramount
exchange. Once when Wallace was George Eliot. '
starlet, isn't wasting any time be-
at the net he made five returns in Til The
tween pictures. 15-year-old actress -

succession, finally won the point.At who plays a featured role in

9:05 the set ended. Wallace "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" :
retreated to the corner of the court and TRY THIS IIIDVnlng
Is studying singing taking piano
pulled on his slacks headed backto lessons-takes piano from Diana IF YOU'REon"certain

his apartment for a shower. Lynn and singing from Susanna. days"of monthIf
Other dwellers still sit-
apartment ,
n Foster .also budding stars.
ting in front of the fans sighed and '{ y w .,L4C functional monthly disturbances
---
make you nervous, restless, high-
shook their heads',in wonderment. Paulette Goddard's new prior- strung, cranky, blue, at such times
iMERRYGOROUND* Pinkham's Vegetable
-try Lydia
ity gown was made from just VA Compound-famous for over 60

yards of fabric. Designed by years-to help relieve such pain
<< Red *Cross Boss Norman Davis
C
the famous Valentina, it's a and nervous feelings of women's"difficult
remarked the "excellent service" "
on dinner dress of black jersey, days. F
when he lunched at the local Red Taken regularlyPlnkham's
made with a backless top anda
Compound helps build up resist-
Cross canteen for service men the
short, peg-top skirt. You'll see ance against such annoying symp-
other day. But he didn't know that
her wearing it in "The Forest toms. Follow label directions. Well
his waitress was Mrs. Jed Johnson, : worth trying

wife of the congressman from Okla- Rangers. .,,:
homa.. h
",Q'1,4$' :!' r4L Y"+lr H'Nv W,(f N Warner Baxter, who hasn't appeared -
since
the 'screen early

sentative Joseph J. ("Judge") __M _<.".'_lf6 Mansfield of Texas, who gets aroundin
"
the with hauling it to a wooded area. Had Four Sons, for Columbia -
a wheel chair faster than most Officers cover plane trees after
i
has been signed by the' same .'
people walk
was telling colleagues
studio to make two pictures a year.They'll .
about a political opponent in his district -
be based on the radio program -
"who's always trying to make "
people believe I am 89. RemarkedGOP "Crime Doctor one of our And Your Strength and

Representative Charles A. J most popular air shows. Energy Is Below Par
--,. --
Eaton of New Jersey: "Shucks, It may be caused by disorder of kidney -
Can't keep "Mrs. Miniver" out of function that permits poisonouswaste
Judge, you'd just be getting startedat n yf to accumulate. For truly many
89." the news. With the announcement people feel tired weak and miserable
that it was being held at the Radio when the kidneys fall to remove excess
C Greatest pals of Rumania's exiled acids and other waste matter from the
Music Hall for the ninth weekno
King Carol and the titian-haired City blood.
j other film has been held there You may suffer nagging backache;
Madame Lupescu in Mexico City y vfti'a rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness
are U. S. Ambassador George Mes- .for more than six-comes: the news getting up nights, leg pains, swelling.Sometimes .
i hat it had been seen in that theaterby frequent ana scanty urination
sersmith and wife. The Messer-I with smarting and burning Is an-
smiths got to know the couple when rx 1,142,107 persons.A other sign that something la wrong with 1
the kidneys bladder.
-- or
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they came to Cuba while Messer- There should I be no doubt that prompt
smith was ambassador there. In 400-foot long 200-foot wideluplicate treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
of the original runway of Doan't PiU,. It is better to rely on a
,
Mexico City they played bridge together
medicine that has won countrywide approval -
frequently. ; the Wake Island airfield was constructed than on something less favorably
r', known. Coon's have been tried and test
in ten days at Salton Sea,
C. Ex-Ambassador Josephus Dan- + 'r.r' ed many years. Are at all drug stores.
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iels, now editor of the Raleigh News {' {v',, ) Calif., for Paramount's "Wake Is- Get Doan today.t. .

and Observer is MA.., .,. .4'f\JC"r, ,,_..... lt and"-a picture that promises to
writing more pun- I V'-'M""M'' >> '< '1 .( ,"'.r.X"' : be one of the most stirring of all this
gent editorials at 80 than most editors -
at 40. I A green netting is placed over the plane which blends with landscape. year's crop of war films. tn2m I





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The Questions The Answers

:, 'Ii I If 1. Is the backbone of a camel 1. No. It is straight. The humpsare

"I I. IWNUSnn rc, curved upward in the middle? chiefly fat. ,"

,.. :I I _u'u --_,&""" During Mr. Winchell's absence, through 2. On what date is the longest 2. Every day is the same length.
:oli day of the at the equator? 3.' Jaw.
year
month of August, his column will be con
1 4' ''f. :.,' ; ducted by guest columnists. 1 3. What is another name for a 4. The raccoon.
'
')t"',';,',:"" ..: ,( By JUDY GARLAND human maxillary protuberance? 5. At Breeds Hill nearby, but it

Young Screen Star 4. What animal washes its food? i was called' the "Battle of Bunker
5. Where was the Battle of Hill."
,
You don't have to sing or danceto
Bunker Hill fought? 6. Lady Godiva. (Peeping Tom
entertain the soldiers. All
you 6. With what legendary lady was stricken blind, legend says,
talk. Just
have to do is pull up a
Peeping Tom of Coventry when he peeked Godivaas
E was upon Lady
chair sit down and be 'prepared
I'w associated? she made her famous ride.)
to answer lot of questions. That'sone
... a 7. Must all persons in the United 7. Yes, with one exception. A
'd thing I found out during my tour '
States navy use the official title of ,warrant officer is addressed simply -
All the fellows
of the Army
camps.
a superior when addressing him? as "Mister."
know about and
want to Hollywood

E the motion picture stars and I want-

ed to know all about them. NO ASPIRIN SAFERthan
\ r t; J U f&* T7f
If the soldiers asked me questions, +2 genuine, pure St. Joseph Aspirin.
it didn't compare with the quiz I World's largest seller at 10l.Big savings in

put them through. All my life I've larzesizes.: 36 tablets 20&100 tablets,35*.

wanted to travel throughout the

United States, staying a week or two

in each town. I wanted to meet Effect With Cause Childish PoetryA

1I'H people from different parts of the -Dear Tom child scolding a flower in the
: words in which he had himself
country. When you live in one town, Come tomorrow evening sure.
been scolded and whipped, is
is narrowed.Of .
your scope Papa is at home, but he is laid poetry-passion past with pleas

course, a trip like that wouldbe up with a very sore foot. See? ure.-S. T. Coleridge.J. .

kn impossible for a working girl, Dear Mary:
--'-' but I didn't have to make it. In I can't come tomorrow evening.

1,1', It's a Good Morning With Flapjacks in Syrup! each camp ,I met and talked with I'm laid up on account of your

(See Recipes Below.) boys from every city and state in father's sore foot. See?

;:,,' the Union. It'was everything I expected Fuller PepBy

Breakfast Time This Sunday's Breakfast and more than an education.I Jeb says women rest their chinson .

had to know about each one, wherehe their hands when thinking, to JERRY LINK
II 1; came from and what he did. The
Whether you wake to the crowingof Sliced Peaches in Orange Juice keep their mouths shut so theywon't
that
thing that touched me most was
the rooster or the jingle of an Feather-Fluff Griddle Cakes' they were equally interested in disturb themselves.

i,! I alarm clock, it'sa Poached Eggs
me. If it hadn't been for the boysat
to be Coming, By His Own
signal up Maple Syrup
Camp Robinson, I would never Jl
and about seeingto Beverage have had 'wedding cake. Mrs., Goolsby-I am glad to see

the day's work. Recipe Given that the Gadsby's gave you .our

But first! A WEDDING CAKE DONATED lawnmower to bring home. .

hearty breakfastis The Cereals.At TOME BY SOLDIERSThe Goolsby-What's that? Why, I

in order, so that least one serving of' cereals is day: we played there was my just bought it at an auction they're

the ,system can the nutrition requirement for, the wedding anniversary.' My husband, having at their place. '

get started on its day. This is most easily served at David Rose, who accompanied me

day's routine in breakfast, with cream and sugar and on the trip, and I were talking aboutit. Your Error

4 the proper form. perhaps a few slices of fresh fruit, The boys overheard and that "If I had known that tunnel was

No matter whether or berries. Ready-prepared cerealsare night we were given a surprise par- so 'long I would have kissed you."

it's for the delightful, especially- in the ty. The highlight of the, eveningwas "Gosh! Wasn't that you?"

head of the family warmer weather they're crisp, a huge wedding cake topped by "Fuller," says Aunt Netty, the
,going off to a tiny bride and A wedding other day. "Folks are like wine.
light and nutritious. groom. With FanfareMrs.
Recently some Some sour with age, and some,
the defense plant, of the prepared cereals have been cake was the one thing I felt cheatedof Vaneere-There's the truck with like you, get better!"
daughter on her when we were married. Now I the piano bought today. You right "
scientifically restored so they have we go "Mebbe, says I, plckln' up that
way to' the nurses' aid class, mother all the whole-grain richness and nutritive had that, thanks to a bunch of swell out and tell them to take it back. little compliment, "that's because
Should Vaneere II changed I :feel so good most of the time."
or the youngsters, no one [ value in them. people. ave you your
skip blithely over this meal of the The first time I sang for the soldiers mind about wanting a piano? For, you know, folks, when you
Light as down'flapjacks are a wel- Mrs. Vaneere-No but what's'the use feel good your disposition's apt to
I was scared, to death. My ; be too. But to do that,
day.For come sight at breakfast! Try these: of buying $600 piano and having it good you
doctors and dieticians knees shook and my voice trembled a got to eat right, which includesgettin'
years Feather Fluff Griddle Cakes. delivered at night when the neighborscan't
all vitamins. And
those who with a severe case ,of stagefright.It your !
askance at
have looked '
it? Tell the to bring it
(Makes about ,18 cakes) see- men KELLOGG'S PEP Is extra-rich In
> passed up a real"'up-and-at-them 2' well beaten seems silly' no\V7'as"I,, look backon back in the' morning. the two most often short In ordinary !
breakfast because it doesn't give eggs, it. Every performer dreams of meals-vitamIns Bi and D. i
2 cups rich sour milk or buttermilk show but believe Mighty flne-tastin', too. ,Try It!
the body a chance to start func- stopping a me, no Third in Line !

tioning early in the day., If you'refat iy cups white flour show was ever stopped with the Clara's Beau-Tell me, Bobby, .
need fruit-egg-toast-and- Vz cup prepared pancake flour thunderous applause and appreciative do the 1M1"PP ;
you ; 1 teaspoon salt you ever peep through key p.
beverage breakfasts ,to start your 1 response that greets an enter hole when your sister and I are
teaspoon baking powder
metabolism working at top speed to tainer playing to a group of soldiers. sitting in here alone? A delicious cereal that supplin per serving

start tearing'down of excess tissues. Have all ingredients at room tem- TOURING CAMPS LIKE Bobby-Sometimes, if mother or (1 0<.): the full minimum daily need of "
perature. Sift dry ingredients thor vitamin D;H-t the daily need of vitamin Bi
I'' If you're thin, then you need justas oughly. Add milk to 'eggs. Gradu- "'OLD HOME WEEK'In sister Ellen ain't peeping..

\ much of a breakfast\with a few a touring the ,was
ally stir in dry ingredients. Stir way, camps
more trimmings, to start building like' old vaudevilledays. Making
just enough to make a smooth bat: my .
yourself. If you're normal, you still ter.: Cook on ungreased griddle. Try overnight jumps on milk trains and 'jJfb
c'
need the hearty breakfast so you playing four-a-day instead of the tr,
c out one cake and if batter is too Jftt
can maintain your health and give thick, add a little ,more milk. usual two. It was like "old home )
your body its daily nutritional re week." Many of the performerswere
Sunday Breakfast. Once Year
But
Fire
y Start a a ,
quirements. And one of the best ;)
people with whom mother
Place sausage Blinks in a frying my l ,
recommendations for real break- f
a pan, add a small amount of water. and father, as well as my sisters 1ttr
fast is the good way it starts you uo not pricK tne. and I, had played in vaudeville. the I
day's work. None of that in
on your
II \ skins. Cover and ,It was wonderful to see these people
i drowsy, it's-hard-to-wake-up-in-the- let steam 5 min- headliners' twenty-five remarkable
years this
Have
morning feeling. No Ma'am! you seen
utes, then drain. ago, return to bring the house downin WARM MORNINGHeaterthateo-

Hardest thing about breakfasts is Cook over slow Army camps all over the coun pIe are talking so much about Itm

that it's easy to get into a rut by heat, ,add 3 table- try. One of the troupers told me employs revolutionary construction principles -

: serving the samefoodsmorningaft spoons of peach he never hoped to ,experience a which result m greater heating

1.1'' iuice to 8 sausages greater moment than the day he comfort with less fuel and very little .
of its
the only heater
i er morning. This and let brown. Serve with ,opened at the Palace Theater eighteen attention. It's t
kind in the world!
II Ii is rather strange, poached eggs on top of toasted Eng- years ago. 'But he did when,

::1 considering how lish muffins. Red currant jelly or with the same act, he received an, Heats All Day and Night-

I much time and Q \ golden peach oj jam makes a delectable even greater ovation at Fort Knoxin Without Refueling :-

; effort is spent on, dish. Louisville, Kentucky.A Semi-automatic, magazine feed. Holds t :
'-
II getting variety" If you've never tried old-fashioned 100 Ibs.of coal. i:
\. into the other NEW CRADLE FOR TALENT of coal (anthracite, bituminous 120A ",
:, two-squares a day. scrapple, you have a real treat a. Burns any kind MOgEL .
:; Well, why not variety for breakfast? comin' to you: Willie Shore, the "Abba-Dabba : or lignite) coke or briquets. l

; I il Eggs in all manner of 'ways area Pork Sausage Scrapple. Man," who 'was my, favorite come- *.No Clinkers, only fine ash. r

: good standby. Poached, fried, cod- (Serves 6 to 8) dian when I was a little girl, played You need start: a fire but: once a MORNING year. INTERIOR .1

1 ,i: died, baked, scrambled, a la golden- 2 cornmeal with us at one camp. He does an Your home is WARM every of weather. m.a.i 20* -'
cups
:
1! act with seltzer-water bottle andI when awaken, regardless
I i rod or combined with ham, sizzlin' 4 salted water a you nt.ns tssstr- '
boiling 1
mostfurnaces.
cups less attention than : I
H or crisp brown bacon- used to sit out front with the soldiers Requires
sausage
1 pound sausage, in bulk Solid and substantial-yet: neat: in appear
him. It failed *
and watch
never
,, ii there have a week's ideas. oft ,
you Cook'cornmeal in rapidly boiling ance. Built: to: give years
that when he squirted the'water it i
r salted water, and add sausage to service.
would land This often
on me. resulted -
IIJ I mixture. Blend thoroughly. Rinsea (Ir Also see the WARM-EVER r
: l i in,my appearing on the stagein Coal-Burning Water Heater a
,, li I loaf with cold water and
I i pan packin 'a slightly wet and bedraggled modem heater that employs entirely -
11 I I.. Lynn Says: hot scrapple. Let stand in ice- new and revolutionary
condition, but it was wonderful. 1 struction and combustion princi
' ,: Tips for Breakfast Fruits: box overnight, covered with waxed pIes Holds 60 lbs.coal. Supplies ,,
'I : : You're going to be a little short paper. Dip in beaten egg and fry These performers were all my old \ with utmost economy an abundance -

f ::1 on sugar so do the most with until golden brown. Serve with friends and it was grand to see ti __ of hot water.retail Hardware.FurCABIAET WARMEVERoStore
Sold by 18.000 MfEATER
: what you have. A little salt in spiced applesauce, cranberry saUce' them back in front of an audience Coal and Lumber. Dealer MODEL 420 .WATER
'.throughout the nation.P' ,
: cooked fruit where they 'belong. Camp shows
or sprinkled on such or maple syrup. 114 W.Eleventh St. -
t ,,1::1 things as melons brings out true Frivolettes With Ham. have not only brought entertainmentto LOCKE STOVE CO. Kansas City, Mo.I .
:1 ,fruit flavor the soldiers they have revived'
;:! requires less sugar. (Serves 6)
:; '\ Lemon or lime juice with melon vaudeville and opened a new field
6 hard-cooked eggs, remove yolks
I' enhances ihe natural sweet for young hopefuls who up to now
4 tablespoons grated cheese have had opportunity to
ness. Try it. no appear
t ': Orange juice, chilled before the 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce before an audience. A new cradle
fun
,i : fruit is squeezed, is an excellent Melted Salt and butter pepper for talent has been found. fsn

: ; I pep-you-up. Let the sugar stand We did four shows 'a day. One at .
: on grapefruit a while (while the Mash yolks and mix with cheese, the reception center where the new to LaveMALARIA

,: ?i, coffee percolates) and the sugar butter, seasonings. Refill whites. ly inducted boys gather, one in the 4rF:1:
Press together. Pour a rich
will melt and go further. Try cream hospital and two in the auditorium.At .
sauce over them and sprinkle but-
each show I two set
eating fruit or juice first, but saving sang songs !
half to finish off your break- tered crumbs over them. Brown a and then did request numbers. It +
few minutes in a hot oven. Serveon
the favor the old -4
fast-it will leave a fresh tastein seems boys songs
browned circles of ham. and in the two
your mouth. my case outstanding
'S Fruit stewed should have What 'requests were "Over the Rainbow"and 'TAKE1WlnT'RSMITH
sugar are your food problems? Cake
"
added after it is stewed, with a making? Bread making? Pickles, jams, "Dear Mr. Gable. -( .
pinch of salt. You won't needas jellies? Children's lunches? ,Miss Lynn The first time they asked for the

much sweetening, this way. Chambers will be glad to give you expert "Gable" song I was stumped. It '

Cook dried fruits with a sliceof advice on your particular problem, if you had been a long time since I had S

lemon or orange. These citrus write her explaining what you want to sung it, but after ad-libbing the,
know, at Western Newspaper Union, 210 lyrics few times the original
fruits have a ones
an affinity with
. 2pricots, peaches and dried South Desplaines Street, Chicago, Ill. came back to me. The shows were z 714Md
. \. prunes apples. Please velope for enclose your a reply.stamped, addressed en- all at night,and my days were spent TOniC : %

the
touring
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY. AUGUST 21., 1fti2
EIGIiTBody
I'IGIJ \
I
I weather. f consider the plan of Governor .Holland -( he taken as confessed by him: and (SEAL) WILLIAM. HULL
Dr. Schiffli that this order be published once each ';\ Clerk I I
of Circuit
the state's need Court,
Two forty-eight inch exhaust for meeting week for four consecutive weeks in r Hendry County Florida / 1\I''
being placed In the east without affecting, the national sup- the Clowiston News. I H. A. RIDER,
fans are Done and ordered this 3rd day of I Solicitor for Complainant ... I L I
from page 1) end of the atticand vents are ply.The August, 1912.! ,August 7-14.1-28.: '
(Continued oil by \
being arranged in partitions that plan to transport I

and is now in line for the coveted the warm air is drawn from the I barge through the :Fort Myers- I II I

Congressional Medal of Honor. entire building by these fans. Stuart cross state waterway will I IC

He remained in the army for two I' be carefully considered, and it is ,a

,years and took 'a medical course in' "Florida Sunshine" I believed that the evidence to be

the Army Medical School. He ,resigned I presented will be sufficient. lift I

December 6, 1922, and went Being Considered In I I restrictions and give Florida promise -,

:into private practice spending of both a 'gasoline supply and

about eleven years in West Palm The Place of .Coal (I reasonable non-defense. tourist ; .

Beach. On April 1, 1933, he was travel 'this winter. )

-employed by the United States I
I IFNS
D. C., Aug. 19-
WASHINGTON, II
Medical
Sugar Corporation as Chief No. 8 Is
'Officer in which capacity he served ( )-Thanks to the consistent]|I I Sugar Stamp I

'until his death. and insistent appeals of such representative Good for 5 PoundsSugar
Floridians as Governor i
I
he was the
For years
many I Spessard Holland, State Senator I II \
Clewlston and
'nnl,,' doctor in .
Ernest! R. Graham, Representative ration stamp No. 8 will \
'combined his work"with corpora- I t
with a ,large private .W. D, (Bill) Outman and Harold I be good for five pounds of sugar }.
tion employees
For the past'several I jColee, aided and abetted by the any time during the ten week per-I \iA. i
practice. Florida congressional delegation, an 23 and end- '( assistant to iod beginning August ."
he has had an I Y/" -x'
I
take years care of private practice whilehe impression has at last been'made ] ing Oct. 31, W. M. Martin, Clewis- :;;: ',. .

devoted himself to the, ever-in on "the powers that be" in con- ton Ration Board chairman, said I. : :>;' ;" ;' :' :i-
with the advantages Florida :
creasing task of caring for the nection today. ,-v F

rapidly expanding forces of the offers in helping to solve the gaso-I I While not changing the basic

'Corporation. Although one of the line and fuel oil shortage. .. ration of one-half pound per person EXJOY THECOMFORTS : III III

busiest men in the area he never Consideration is at last being j I per week, it will enable consumersto Q'

failed to have a cheery word and given to the substitution of make purchases in larger units .

smile for his friends and, it Is I ful "Florida Sunshine" in health-I and facilitate the disposal of five, OF
coal and fuel oil for
said that he had no enemies. 10 and 25-pound packages.
warmth, and it is hoped that the Packages of these sizes were put 1IODEHXStreamline J
Dr. Schiffli was a past commander I
will lift travel restrictions -
government before the start of rationing and
up
Post No. 93, '
Clewiston
: of
to permit those in a position, processors have had difficulty marketing I
American Legion, was a member of ,
to do so and who are riot directlyin any substantial part of them \#
Elk's Club of Pahokee and a I
,the
war work, to spend their winterin because ration stamps to date have Buses I
:member of the West Palm Beach '
this state, thus relieving the been good for one or two-pound

Knights of Columbus. fuel shortage and conserving coal purchases. Unless this sugar is Service
Dependable
He is survived by his wife and and oil for the use of defense workers sold, the OPA said, it would haveto 1 .

'three sons, Nicholas, Richard and and industries. "
be waste of labor and materials. Low Fares

John, one brother, H. J. Schiffli, Hopeful, too, is the fact that Stamps Nos. 6 and 7, each good

Chicago, ., one sister of Office of Petroleum Co-ordinator for two pounds of sugar, may be Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIx"LINE to all Florida I

Bryoh, iOhio.Active !: will, send ,Dr. John W. Frey to used until midnight, Aug. 22.I and the North.

pallbearers at the funeral I Florida shortly to survey the petroleum Stamp No. 7 gave the consumer a .

\"lere Dr. W. W. George, Dr. G. W. needs of the state, and two-pound bonus. Northbound-Cross-State to TampaLv.

Heath, Dr. Wm. Garner, Dr. V. D.
I CANAL POINT 5.20 AM 10:30 AM 1:40 PM 3:30 PM
Stone and Dr. Lloyd Netto of West Ar. LAKELAND. 9:30 AM 3:25 PM 6:15: PM 8:25 PM:

Palm Beach and Dr. E. D. Claus- seeking a decree in this Court to FLORIDA IN THE SOUTH Ar. TAMPA 10:50 AM 4:30 PM 7:20 PM),. 9:30 PM.
of Miami. pallbearers validate and confirm the issuance of CONSERVANCY DISTRICT ,
Honorary
'sen Southbound-Golnf?
said bonds, and said petition now ;
were.= E. M. Baynes of West' having been presented to this Court You and each of you arc hereby Lv.
CANAL POINT 12:15 AM 2:00 ,
PM 3
:50 PM 4
I :00 PM 5:55 PM:
and the Court being fully advisedin notified that August 10, 1942, the
Palm Beach, Dr. B.. A. Bourne, R. on Ar. MIAMI 3:55.AM. 5:30 PM 7:20 PM 7:30 PM 9:40 PM
the premises, it is ORDERED ADJUDGED foregoing order to show cause was
Y. Patterson, W. C. Owen, E. E. AND DECREED that the entered by The Honorable Ross .
Kelly, C. V. Parkinson, H. T. State of Florida, through the State Williams, Judge of the Circuit Courtof Returning
of the Fifteenth Judicial the Judicial Circuit of
,Attorney Fifteenth '
Vaughn. W. C. Prewitt, H. A. Bes- Circuit and the State Attorney of the Florida in and for Palm Beach County[.Ar Lv. CANAL MIAMI POINT 2:00 5:20: AM AM 10:30 7:00: AM AM 12:20 9:00 AM PM 10:00 A" 12:01 PAr
1:40 PM 3:30 PM
'tor, F. D. Duff, S. L. Crochet, D. Twelfth Judicial Circuit be and is and that the petition filed in said
hereby required to show cause,. if any Court, as referred to In said order, Northbound to Tallahassee
G. Alston, E. C. Mills and W. H. there be, before this Court on the will be heard before the Judge of
Lanier of Clewiston.'Circulating 14th day of September, 1942, at 9:30 said Court in the Court House in Lv. CANAL POINT ....:_..____12:20 PM COSTS LESS THAN DRIVING

i o'clock A. M. at the Court House in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Sep- Ar. ORLANDO _._..___...._..__......._ 4:35 Pl\I luillml ....._.___..... $ 1.80 $ 22.)
West Palm Beach, Florida, why said tember 14, 1942, 'at 9:30 o'clock A. M., Ar. OCALA --......-.....-......-.-.- 7:25 PM 1
bonds should not be validated and and you and each pf you are hereby Ar. TALLAHASSEE _.........._._.1210 AM JuckHOn\'lIle 4..'" 8"0
,
; Fans Now confirmed by a decree of this Courtin charged with notice of the contentsof ; Tampa .__...........:= 2.55 4.60
conformity to the prayer set forthin said petition and notified and required Northbound 'to ckHon\'llie Lakeland .__'_ 2.10 3.80
said petition and pursuant to the to appear at the time and
In Park Auditorium laws of the State of Florida in such place of hearing as aforesaid to show Lv. CANAL POINT ._........_____.12:20 PM Orlando __._.. 2.30 4.15
case made and provided.It cause, if any you have or if any there AI' JACKSONVILLE ......__..__....12:01 AM Tallahassee 6.3;) 11.4
is further ordered and decreed be, why the refunding bonds ,
refer-j (Via Orlando) l.nke City ___ 4.60 8.30
that the Clerk of this Court is hereby red to in said petition should not be '
required to give notice of such validated and confirmed in conformitywith Lv. CANAL POINT _______. 5':20 AM Atlanta _......_... 9.15 16.:>0
.A' new air circulating system is hearing by publication of this orderin the prayer set forth in said Ar. JACKSONVILLE ..:.-.......-..-. 4:00 PM Savannah -. ...:... 6.45 11.60Via
'now being installed in the Sugar- newspapers printed and publishedin petition and pursuant to the laws of I ( Winter Haven) Birmingham ___ 10.80 ID.4
Palm Beach and Hendry Countiesand the. State of Florida In such case
land Park auditorium under the of general circulation in the made and provided. I Lv. CANAL POINT ----....-:--.-- 1:40 PM New York 14.35 31.2
'direction of M. M. Prewitt and is portions of said District located In This notice is given under date of Ar. JACKSONVILLE ...._.____._ 1:15 AM Direct Connection At Jack- 7.
the respective counties, once each August 10, 1942.J. (Via Winter Haven) son ille, THlilihoHlllee and Lake
'expected to make the building week for three consecutive weeks ., ALEX. ARNETTE City With Greyhound Lines
much comfortable in prior to the said 14th day of September Clerk of the. Circuit Court of the Lv. CANAL POINT _._.....__. 3:30 PM For All PolDtlll North and
more warm 1942, the first publication in eachof Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in the Ar. JACKSONVILLE _._.......___ 4:45 AM 'Vellt.
r said counties to be thirty days be- State of Florida, in and for Palm (Via Lakeland)
fore said date. At the time and place Beach County.
IK THE CIRCUIT COURT aforesaid all property owners, tax- RAYMOND R. RICHARDSON, 1
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF payers, citizens and all others whomIt Attorney. DR. H. B.,MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE !
FLORIDAIN may concern or having or claim Publish August 14, 21, 28, 1942. I
'AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTYIN ing any right, title or Interest in said I PHONE 3921 CANAL POINTOTORllNES
District are hereby notified to appear
and show cause, if they have or
any IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THETWELFTH -
CHANCERY if any there be, why, said bonds JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF GCSw
No; 17717
should not be validated and con- TilE STATE 01" FLORIDA, IN AND
:SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY firmed by a decree of this Court in FOR HENDRY COUNTY.IN "
DISTRICT, a political subdivision of conformity to the prayer set forthin CHANCERY.
the State of Florida, by and throughIts said petition and .pursuant to the .
Board of Supervisors, laws of the State of Florida in such
Petitioner, case made and provided. HESTER SUSAN ROSE
VS.THE Done and ordered at West Palm Complainant, cc h'a t'atar1d'L! 1 1
STATE OF FLORIDA, et ai, Beach 'Florida, in the Fifteenth Judicial vs. : _r--: I
Defendant. Circuit of the State of Florida, MAULTIE EVERETT ROSE.Defendant. _._., !
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE this, 10th day of August; A. D. 1942. I
''The above cause coming on to be ROSS WILLIAMS To Maultie Everett Rose whose placeof 6I
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 I
District. Florida, a political subdivision State of Florida in and for Palm filed in said court wherein said com-
of the State of Florida Includ- Beach County, Florida. plainant seeks a divorce from the II
ing territory located in Palm Beach 'said defendant that the place of residence -I .
and Hendry Counties, and the Boardof PUBLIC NOTICETO I of said defendant is unknown.It .
Supervisors for said District as its THE PROPERTY OWNERS, TAXPAYERS is now, therefore, ordered that the I
governing body, seeking to determine CITIZENS AND ALL said defendant be and is required to I
the authority to issue refunding OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CON- appear in' said cause' on September 7, P
bonds in the total''' sum of $551,500 and CERN HAVING OR CLAIMINGANY 1942 at the '. Clerk's office in the I
"to determine the legality of the proceedings RIGHT. TITLE OR INTER- Hendry County, Florida courthouse
had and taken preliminary EST IN SOUTH FLORIDA CON- in the City of LaBelle, Florida, otherwise -
to and In connection therewith and SERVANCY DISTRICT OR TAX- the allegations of said bill will

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