The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00907
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Beardsley' SpeakerAt I WHITE MEN I Private Plane Noses I


Kiwanis MeetingJ. Over In LandingA


E. Beardsley: was the speakerat Culver Cadet owned.by E. W. I

; the regular weekly meeting of CAMP BLANDINGSeven Fuller, Eastern, Air Lines pilot on SCHOOL
::: : the Kiwanis Club, at the ClewistonInn the South American run and piloted -

? Wednesday evening 'and as a by Mr., Fuller at the time," nosed

;'.., member of the, :county selective, over in the field at the Lamooreton -
; The Associated Press today said white sele tees were sentto R. W. Turk returned to
: Club Thursday morning with
service board a most interest
Camp Blanding Monday morningby Clewiston this week from Gaines
that a group of Florida citizens in'' the considerable damage to propellor
outline of duties of the
ing the Hendry County draft boardto ville where he has been attending
"Washington seeking the establishwent 'I'l board and the working .of the selective be inducted into the army. :No and fuselage.J. summer school and is making preparations
S. Cottrell of Moore Haven
i of a cooperative sugar mill, service set-up. report has as yet been received'as I for the opening of the
explained the vari- was interested in buying the plane
Mr. Beardsley
told Senator Claude Pepper Thursday to how ,many were accepted.The I school term a week from next
; and Fuller brought it from Miami
classifications into which
united I III in ous reg- call was for nine men but! Monday, September 14.
| night that they were for demonstration. He landed
: \ a
istrants may be placed and explained two had been transferred and two
interest regardless of without difficulty Mr. Cottrell's Despite several vacancies which
& common some of the difficulties some- who had been transferred from on
which site, might be chosen for suchI times involved in placing registrantsin other places to Clewiston failed to private' field 'at Moore Haven but existed in the faculty it now

!I the proper class. He also told the ground was moist from..a re appears that all of these may be
I \ : report. cent rain and he unable filled before the opening of school.
j how the various registrants were was to
session is said to have last- Those leaving for Blanding were
trustees and the
I county board
take off again with Mr. Cottrelland .
I indexed in the office, methods usedin
Williams Moore Haven
Finis Lee ,
,ed for three hours with a Palm ; are working hard to find teachersfor
another of his
drawing men for quotas, sendingout passenger
Kirtland TOl1Mercer Gran-
W. W. ,
Beach county delegation with rep- these vacancies
but if
questionnaires .and the many students from Miami, so arrange- even they
resentatives from Belle Glade, Pa- ville Crawford, John Henry Brown, are not filled before school
mets were made for him to land on opens
other details involved the work.
'Jiokee, and West Palm Beach and and Ralph Haskew of LaBelle, and they will be filled
as soon as -
the Lamooreton Field and pick possible
He also explained the new ruling up
Fred W. Davis of Clewiston. G. L.
Glades County delegation from thereafter
a the other two. In landing the plane with substitute
which will cut down on the transferred
Sullivan had been to
Moore Haven outlined the advant- teachers in the
places until filled.In .
struck a spot of loose sand -
quotas of ,boards which have already causing
Ocala and John Grady Bledsoe of
ages their sections offered for such I the high school Mrs.
it to the Marjorie
I exhausted their supply of go over on nose.
mill. A delegation from western Clewiston had been transferred to I Bjornson Miss
a Hannah York Miss
The plane was taken to Riddle
1- Hendry County was previously in Tifton, Ga. I Mary Neely and Dan Padgett will
Field where officials obliging
quotas of those boards which still very
Washington and at this time appears Arby Alvin Home; a, transfer I be back for the term with Miss
of 1-A ly agreed that it could be stored
have surplus men.
: to have the inside track for I from Bonifay, failed to report and Lucy Humble and Mrs. Thelma
I until repair parts could be obtained. -
number of 1-A
Clewiston has a reg-
such: a mill if it is set up. that Edward Morgan of Malone, 'Fla.,' I Okerstrom the only ones missing
istrants it is expected quotasfor failed
Under the plan a 1200-ton daily the next few months will be to report. Mr. Cottrell has enrolled in the from last year's high school fac-

capacity mill, now lying idle on unusually large. This is done in Fred W. Davis', an. employee of Civil Air- Patrol and hoped to purchase ulty. There were two vacancies in

\I the docks at New Orleans, might be order that all single men may be the United States Sugar Corporation the plane and go into active I the grades but these have been
called in earlier call
:purchased for installation at some taken before married men or 'men was an service., filled with the grade school faculty

area in: the 'glades or another mill, with other dependents. but was temporarily deferred when as follows: Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs.

.already set up in Louisiana, mightbe his classification was appealed., I Clewiston I' Charlotte Walston, Mrs. Margaret

obtained. Other- mills, it was The local board states that there Women Arey, Mrs. Livonia Holstine, Mrs.

Field Team FavoriteTo are still a great many men in the Jerome Fugate of Alva
:said, might be set up as conditions Mrs. Helen
.. warranted. third registration yet to be classified Respond Readily In I Spooner and Mrs. John N. Mont

Cop Second Half and there, will be some forty or gomery.
Farmers to'unite in I
propose more 1-A men in the fifth registra- ,Red Cross ProgramClewiston
.growing sugar cane from seed I ,Prof. Turk states that there willbe1
Of Bowling Tourney tion, eligible for call. For that rea-
stock already being grown with the I a considerable change in the
it is the local I
son unlikely that't'
'mill to be operated by the cooperative : have made I school curriculum this year becauseof
r board will call any men with dependents women a
organization. The cost of the the new state requirements
The Field team, with only nine for some time yet. At' the generous response to the call for II
:mill would be about half a million which make it necessary for stu-
volunteers ,to make surgical dressings -
more games to play before' the end same time the new ruling which .
\ dollars, this amount to be put up dents to obtain thirteen and a half
of the tournament on the Sugar- requires that all single men from for the Red Cross, and workis
by federal agencies. credits: in grades ten through twelveto
land Park alleys seems a sure win- all boards shall be'called before going on steadily in the newly
Senator Pepper said that he believed graduate or eighteen for the
established in the Hall
ner for the second half and the men with dependents indicates that room City
that eventually wartime obstacles entire four years of high school and
team which will play the Commissary Hendry County calls :will be, con- building. I
to the establishment of the [ this requires at least two units ofphysical
team for top honors. siderably larger in the future., Clewiston's quota to date is 9.-I
co-operative would be overcome and educatipn.
In the six matches so far ,playedin 000 sponges, 4 by 4, and 7,500
that the venture would be success- I I The school will
,day consist of
this half the Field has lost only sponges, 4 by 8, all ,of which are to

ful one. at' three games and ,won' 'fifteen.' TheCommissary COUNTY COMMISSION be completed by October first. The I I six periods of one-hour, each in>
Representing Glades County stead of the' forty-five minute
is in second; place with first shipment of material has been
: the meeting were,: County Agent F. periods. customary; in the p 'st. Five
... three losses and,1 tiYi't :wins.: '. completed ,and additional material'j I
>>"' D. Yaun. and 'Jii-Couse ofr Moore ; devoted : .
> hours TvJJ-1",b{ n lasses -.a done
this : =
"" PASSAGE arrived, mornlng f'c, he continuance
;r Haven. Palm Beach County was matches played last Thursday OF \ r' to physical education on Mon-
of the work.: The room
:, represented by H. L'. Haney, Mrs. night the Electric ])Department day, Wednesday and Friday.' : On
will be closed Labor but
on Day,
Ruth Wedgworth, Sam J. Fleming, took two out of three from the Tuesdays and Thursdays the hour
L. and C., the Warehouse took two GAS jTAX AMENDMENTHendry ,next week on Tuesday and Fridaythe
Page Hufty and E. M. Van Land- will both will be devoted to visual education.
room be opened aft-
Ingham of Belle Glade, T. W. out of three from ,the Steam Mak Other changes require three unitsof
and will
ernoon evening. It take
:Knight and L. L. Stuckey of Pa- ers, Real Estate took two out of English instead of four as ;!n

, "hokee and M. 'U. Mounts and A. A. three, from :Mill Sugar Blues and ( County News) valiant ,work on the part of many I the past; three units of social
r the Personnel team lost three The board of county commissioners volunteers to complete this quota '
Poston of West Palm Beach. I studies, one of which shall be
,Earlier in'the week Senator PepSi games to the Research team. Tuesday morning approved a on time. American History and Government
fj On resolution urging adoption of the Mrs. 'W. H. 'Lanier, and Mrs. E.
I 'per said that he had gathered 1 ,Friday night some postponed against the two in the past; one

::. 'overwhelming: ,evidence" to refute I games were played with 'the P.M.S. gas tax amendment in the General L. Stewart, co-chairman of the; unit in mathematics the'same as

the testimony of department of i taking two out of three from the Election, November 3, providing I work, are pleased with the response last year; one unit in biological

agriculture officials that the land i Sugar House Crackers, the 'Ware- for the distribution to the several thus far, and hope that all 'who can science, one unit of home economics

in Hendry County 'is of questiOn-: house taking two out of three from counties of the 'proceeds of 2 cents will come, to the surgical dressing I for girls, one unit of physical science
the '''Field gallon of the present state tax room whenever it is open to help
; able value for the growing of Dixie Crystals winningtwo per for boys above the ninth grade

sugar cane. This referred to lands of three from the Sugar House on gasoline and other motor vehicle ,with this important work. The which may be either biology, chemistry -

I in the western part of the county Crackers and the Office Scrubs taking fuel, pro rated among the counties dressings must be carefully made physics or two units of agriculture -

I on which cane was to be grown two out of three from the Mill according to their respective areas, according to army and navy regu- or shop.A .

for the proposed co-operative milL Sugar Blues. I populations and amounts contributed lations, and the work is exacting.

I On Tuesday night this week by them for state road construction However, there are several trained plan is also being outlined by

I Motorists Slow To the Real Estate team 'took two each county's pro 'rata shareof instructors always on hand to the state department for the teach
ing of practical and applied mechanics
I I out of three from the Doolittles, such taxes as they ,accrue to teach beginners and to watch that
and Paul Eddy of Talla-
Buy Drivers' Licenses the General Office took two of'three be used by the State Board of Ad- no errors creep into the production
hassee will be here next week to'
from Dixie Crystals, the Office ministration for the retirement (including (Continued on Page 8)
outline this plan. It means, gen
Scrubs took two of three from the the setting up of adequate
erally that equipment such as mo-
Motorists of 'Clewiston are slowto Whirlwinds and the Field took three sinking funds) of county and road OfRationing
August Report tors will be brought to the class-
taKe advantage the opportunity straights from the Steam Makers. and bridge district road and bridge I .
room and dismantled and studied.
to obtain their new ,driver's Standings as of Wednesday morn- bonds, with any 'surpluses of such BoardMrs.
There will be no textbook
licenses in a convenient manner. ing are as follows: ,taxes not required annually for I instructs
Anyone presenting his 1942 driv- 'feurn "V. L,. Pet.i such debt service to be used 80 %

ers license may obtain a new license Field ........................ 15 3 .833, for the construction of state roadsin R. C. Nowling, clerk in the Many of these changes are being

I without examination, provided Commissary................ 9 3 .750 the county and | or for the free- office of the Clewiston Rationing brought on by the war, particularlythe

he obtains it before October Warehouse .w.........:.... 9 3 .750 II ing of toll bridges in the county, Board, gives the following reportof program of physical ,educationin

o first. There will be no extensionof Whirlwinds .............. 8 4 .667 : and 20% for the construction and tire and tube certificates issued which all high school children:

this deadline, and anyone failing Real Estate .............. 10 5 ..667P. maintenance of county roads, as during the past month. will participate unless they presenta

to have their new license on that M. S. .................... 9 '6 .600 authorized by Senate joint resolu- There were certificates for passenger doctor's certificate to show that

date will positively 'have, to take General Office .......... 9 6 .600. I tion 324 of the, 1941 legislature, tires. Several applicationswere they are unable to do so., The pro-

I I the driver's test, states Florida Continued on Page 8) I proposing an amendment to the before the board but none was gram will be divided into three

'i 'eq Highway Patrolman R. E. Hamrick. 1,: state constitution for a period of found eligible. classifications, individual progress,

;I For the convenience of driver Care Should Be Taken i 50 years beginning''' Jan. 1, 1943. I Two passenger tubes went to calisthenics and group play. Super
vised play will also be provided for
in the vicinity of Clewiston Miss The outstanding county and Edgar Z. Wells, contractor on a

f Margaret Von Mach is deputized to Of All Ration CardsW. special road and bridge road bond defense project; two to EarnestN. all grades from the fourth.
The government has appealed
issue driver's licenses through Sep- indebtedness, both principal and Williams, farmer and machinist ,

tember. She will be at the Hub interest of Hendry County is $326- and two to C. P. Samson, painting I the state boards to forget trad-

Chevrolet Company every day except N., Martin, chairman of the;i 110, and during the life of the contractor on defense houses. itons in education for the duration -
I and to unite in the war program
Sunday from nine till six. Clewiston Rationing Board, stated constitutional amendment it is estimated Three truck tires went to Riddle-

Drivers applying for their first this week that every care shouldbe there will accrue to Hendry McKay Aero College, four to Thos.E. I of providing those educational ?

i 'license must take a driver's examination exercised in taking care of ration County the sum of $5,237,589.23of Burgner, molasses distributor, essentials for the war effort and
to build sound, healthy bodies. The
I which will be given in books for gasoline and sugar. Whileit surplus gas tax money. four. to Clewiston Motor Company,

I Clewiston on Saturday afternoons will be possible to replace them It is apparent that this amend- one to Paul Emrich, junk dealer Florida board is cooperating fullsin

I from two till six by the road pa- considerable time will elapse be- ment provides' ample revenue to one to J. A. McGehee, Standard Oil this program and colleges of the

'I trolman. fore this can be done during which retire the county's bonded indebted- Wholesaler, and four to United state are dropping some of their

i \ Licenses are also sold in LaBelle time the owner will be unable to Continued on page 81) States Sugar Corporation. more rigid requirements.

I at the office of County Judge R. secure his ration. Riddle-McKay also got four truck

I I M. Harris at the court house. Because of the heavy work at Hub Spooner Sells tubes, T. E. Burgner- four, Inter- Legion InvitedTo

I I the time supplemental applicationswere County Telephone and, TelegraphCo.

: I Stores To Be Closed being acted upon the OPA 12 Cars To ArmyHub ., one; J. A. McGehee, one, Paul Riddle FieldAn

:1 feels, that there may have been Emrich one, United States Sugar

I Monday, Labor Day some "C" books issued where the i Corporation four and Clewiston Motor extended this'week

receiver was not entitled to this Spooner, of the Hub Chev- Company four. invitation was

1 much extra gasoline. For that rea- rolet Company, sold twelve new Passenger retreads went I to Ed- through G. B. Thomas, vice-

All stores and practically every son an order has been issued to Chevrolet cars and trucks to the gar Z. Wells, one; R. L. Marshall, commander of the Clewiston Amer-

'I' other place of business will be ration boards to review all applications -j I U. S. Army which were taken to wholesale" newspaper distributor, ican Legion Post, for the dinner

I closed next Monday which is Labor and recall those which might J', some location in Alabama. two; Earnest Williams, 2; Charles meeting, of the Legion next Tuesday -

: Day. This makes a long have been issued in error. One The cars had been in storage for P. Sampson, 2 and United States evening to be held at Riddle

i I week-end 'for most of the working such card has already been returned several months at Cottrell Motorsin I I Sugar Corporation 18. Field mess hall. .

\ people and housewives should keep i to the board and it is felt that Moore ,Haven. They were taken Truck retreads went to Herringand It is understood that the invitation

f.1 in mind the fact that supplies must many others might 'voluntarily out, gassed up Alabama tags I Hudspeth, ice distributors, 2, has been accepted and every

be purchased for two days when I bring their "C" books in if they I placed on them and driven throughto and United. States Sugar Corporation member of the post is urged to be

they do their shopping Saturday.. feel they are not entitled to them. I their destination. I 68. present for this unusual. meeting.


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p'(3rGRANVlllE' / CHURCHSERAICE LessonBy 'z".h ;, .w.h, :' (C-

k 1/, :I.- I Oh! Dear .
-- HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST, D. D. ;. "'
interested in lot that kilometer of space Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. He-Who spilled mustard on this ,
Jeff Curtis and cially a or so open --
by Western Newspaper Union.)
waffle dear
his wife, Lee, are already on their way to through Tempujo a coupla the river and the Quebrado ? ,: ',
Tlerra Libre when Jeff receives a note ago. I did see that. I was in Across this open stretch She-Oh, John! How could' you? ., ;

from Zora Mitchell warning them not to pujo for the week-end and levee made a wide elbow, reach- Lesson for September 6 This is lemon pie. ,. '
: ;
come. Jeff is to be chief engineer for a was at San Alejo. These were all the way from the river to the c', '

newly organized fruit company. They heavy boxes that came to which insured the upper end Lesson It doesn't pay to cast sheep's -
Zora sUbjects and Scripture texts se-
arrive In Tlerra Libre to find a Jap tramp. Like oversize the valley against future flooding. lected and copyrighted by International eyes at a pretty girl. She's sure e
and her husband dead, and Jeff suspects Council of Religious Education used by
they were murdered. Conversations with they were. Eight of 'em, From the ridge they had a clear I permissIon. ; to pull the wool over your eyes. ; .

his employer, Senor Montaya, and with pump machinery. They brought south and east from the Negro, '
his friends Jerry McInnIs and Bill Hen up river that Sunday and hustled the planting was progressing THE ALCOHOL PROBLEM: PAST Ought to Be "',. I

derson confirm his suspicions that thereIs on to San Alejo right away." Montaya by some un- AND PRESENT King-I understand Meeker's ."

something strange going on and that "Well?" magic as fresh and clean as wife is an excellent parliamen- ',',

Mitchell and Zora were killed because "Well, it seemed" like Mitch he left San Alejo yesterday- LESSON TEXT-Genesis 13:13; 19:23-25; tarian. ; .
they knew too much. Now on a tour of mighty burned up about it, like Deuteronomy 32:31-33; Amos 617. KoleWellshe's been speakerof y'
met an his in vast arc.
Inspection with Montaya he has arm a GOLDEN TEXT-The way of the ungodly
He Is troubled was sneakin' stuff in behind shall the house the 15 years they've
Monahan. perlsb.-Psalm
other friend, Slats "We have planted about four hun- 1:6.
back. You know how Mitch been married.
because Monahan, like Bill Hender "
son, Is not as friendly as Jeff expected He hated most foreign goods acres. "When weekly once, he this proclaimed levee is The necessity for using to the limit "

him to be. was death on the Japs and and FITTING DESCRIPTION
resource-man .
NOW CONTINUE. WITH THE STORY especially. Nothin' would do we shall step that up to power ; '".
..' hundred! This section here be- material-in this time of national
old U. S. A. stuff.
us will be bearing by the time crisis should make every American '
Curt if Montaya wants to buy
CHAPTER VICurt's rains come this year." doubly alert to the devastation and
ment without Mitch's okay -
I reckon he's, In the distance Curt saw a plane loss which has come (and is coming
cheap Jap pumps, .
Mona- in
curious feeling about the It's his back and forth, back and forth increasing measure) to us as a [
han persisted all evening. It was "Stick to Mitch."money- the land, maintaining an even result of the sale of intoxicants.This w'/
not so much what the man said as is no time (nor was there
height. his field glasses
"Well, Mitch asked a lotta Bringing
how he said it. Restraint in this ever a time) when "men should
play'he that the plane was
tions about Lannestock and saw
'hulking fellow was odd. Again! the put their in their mouths to
white enemy
They're the two Swedes- from its tail a some-
impression of something lacking which formed set steal away their brains; that we
"I know. What about them? a 'rapidly ,
Bill Henderson's manner came to should with joy pleasure revel and
"I dunno, Curt. I've played cloud. ,
him. Neither Bill nor Slats Mona applause transform ourselves into Client-Thought left word in "
nochle with them at you .s-
Ah he Dr. Toenjes'
han was as cordial as Curt might thought, pre- beasts! To be now a sensible man. your office that you were out on

have expected.Curt .\. .b s I/b formula. I could bet a month's by and by a fool, and presently a, important legal business? w,
it's in of all
found himself paired off with l straight spite beast!" (Shakespeare). Counselor-Just so. This ban

Montaya for the night in a canvas says. about his "zegred" ingre- Christians-and especially Sunday game seems to be highly impor- :

tent. There were comfortable cot school teachers-should use this lesson tant, and I assure you it is perfectly -

beds on a raised wooden platform, Curt had a moment's thought of to drive home anew the great legal. t

mosquito bars-essential here, a unknown to Montaya, a lesson of moral accountability, of

camp chair, a small table on ,which of the white stuff to be ana- the importance of man's choice of a Slightly Mistaken .'

stood vacuum jug and glass. S for his own satisfaction. But of life and the certainty of Itt
way Pinchpenny Yes, suh, he got me mad
Opening his musette bag to pre- didn't know enough of chemistry judgment.I. an' called me. a derned old barefaced \li:

pare for bed, Curt's hand came in "do it himself, and there was cer- Man is Morally ResponsibleGen. scoundrel.Col. .

contact with the sharp corner of a no one here of whom he could ( 13:13; 19:23-25): Bluegrass=That wasn't right. : ,

bit of folded paper, apparently \1 11 the favor; nor would it be Life is not just a careless drifting You've got a goatee an'-mustache. ;
under the without to sneak a sample over to Mc-
slipped flap open-
from day to day from pleasure to R
ing the bag. Curt pulled it out, un- and ask him to get it down. Pipe It ,',
pleasure, from sin to sin. Man was
folded it in the light of the lantern dropped the idea. Minister (at baptism of baby- '
created .in the likeness and imageof
hanging from 'the ridge pole. Noon found Curt and Montaya God,' which means that he is a His name, please.

He read: "Curt, watch yourself." at the point of operations. Curt personal being, knowing right from Mother Randolph Morgan t

It was printed with pencil, in irregular his' mule to a stop, Montaya wrong and possessing the power of Montgomery Alfred Van Christopher l

letters, as though hurriedly.It suit. The dragline was op choice. Sodom and Gomorrah drew McGoof. r '

wasn't signed. f ting at a steady pace, dropping upon themselves the j judgment of Minister (to assistant-A little [1

Curt heard Montaya's steps. He giant clawed bucket, hauling, lift God because of their determinationto more water. ,

palmed the paper, rummaged in the swinging, releasing its load.It persist in horrible wickedness. 1 k

bag, found a bottle of quinine cap- made the efforts of the small What happened to those cities, terrible -

sules, and as Montaya entered was e of natives seem puny and I as it was, is but a prophecyof CA?VT BUY ASPIRIN f",

washing one down. by comparison, yet Curt ap- even greater judgment to come that can do more for you than St.Joseph
"My wife's pet phobia. Curt said their fine co-ordination as (Luke 10:10-12). Aspirin. Why pay more? World's largest "
easily. //\\r trimmed and finished, and seller at lOc. Demand St.Joseph AspSm. i""
If, man chooses to do right, he
"And It is rule
a good one. my the mats for the forward
that all workers in may count on all the resources of
exposed areas
of the big machine.As '
shall take daily doses." ygt I the omnipotent God to uphold him. Boldest Counsels f

Getting, to sleep wasn't easy. Curt t he sat there on' his patient But if he chooses to go in the way In great straits and when hope ;,

lay staring, in the dark. Who had I y watching the operations, the of sin, he must- look forward to the ,is small, the boldest counsels are fa. ;.
snapped. Curt nudged of God. It is important the safest.-Livy.
had an opportunity to slip that note judgment \\J&-I-.
mount through the muck to the '
into his bag? Here at this camp at to remember that
Monahan roll-
some time during the evening eachof was already II. He Chooses His Own Way of
: \ out another cable from the cab.
the group had had occasion to : Life (Deut. 32:31-33): ) 7/JIufSu/?
this was a regular occur-
leave the mess tent where they'd half'a Moses contrasts the Rock-Jehovah '
\ aches and pains 01!
been talking and downing cold I \\ -in whom his people trusted, t
"What size using?
drinks after dinner. 1\ rope you and the corrupt standards of their RHEUMATISM J,
Henderson and Monahan, of all J "Inch." heathen neighbors, of Sodom and. NEURITIS-LUMBAGO "

these men, knew that musette bag '"What about that niurder, "Have many breaks?" Gomorrah; but note it well, each one +9n1y, a

of old. It had been a familiar pieceof made his own choice. .
"Too ;
, Curt's field equipment, swinging or twice when they stayed over "Why many.don't you use heavier?" One greater than Moses, our Lord ,.. iR i

from his shoulder or hanging over Saturday or Sunday. They're "Mitch thought it might jam." Himself (Matt. 7:13, 14)), spoke of '

the back of a chair in camp. So exactly the chummy kind but "Let's see that break." the two ways, and noted with sad-

the note came from one of the two. far's I know they're okay. But Curt was now at the machine. ness that many go down the broad

Sleep washes our minds. When had some kinda bug in his picked up the broken ca- road to destruction and but few walkin
about 'em. Can't say why." Large Bottled( ncfc'Iradrat(]'122-Small Size 60c
Curt awoke in the the of life.
morning he did hauled 'hard on it, lifted the narrow way
"Go on about Mitch." AT All GOOD DRDE STORES if BY MAil to receipt of price
not remember at once the note "Well there ain't much more. to Curt. This brought him close It is a vital matter that we teach I MCNEIL DRUG co., inc.
slipped into his musette bag, but he sittin' for Curt to say, under. cov- our boys and girls the great and 530 Broad Street-jacksonville, Florida 1
' said was on a
c' first sight of Slats Monahan broughtit keg and raved about Loring- of the running Diesel: noble spiritual standards of Christi- 4
back with a rush. used to visit with the
know Loring-" "Slats, you anity; bring into their lives the power -
Monahan, having shaved before a over in Soledad." of God through faith in Christ For Happy LifeRemember

mirror hung outside on the wall of from"Yeh Curt., yeh, came "Yeh, that's right.: Once in a that they may choose well for them- this-that very littleis

,his tent, was now dancing ''noisily Loring had been American ." selves and be able to lead a bewil- needed to make a happy life.-

under a shower. "Was Zora Mitchell left-handed?" dered war-shocked world in the Marcus Aurelius. :
Soledad for He'd been
Curt in breeches and at years. .
made influence "Huh? That's a funny question. right, way.
through of
for the mirror and
began lathering not. Why? And what
ated Growers and was their course The need of humanity is great
his face. He shivered "
involuntarilyat first and last. mean 'was'? now, but it will be even greater ina RHEUi\1ATIC PAIN
of the other.
, sight Taking a bath Curt stared. "She committed sui world of broken homes
post-war Need not Day-Get after It NorDon't
in this chill morning air "Well, what griped Mitch, Spoil your
required Didn't you know? broken lives and broken hearts. We put off getting C-2223 to relieve t
guts, for though this was han went on, that Loring "
tropical "No! must be ready to minister in the pain of muscular rheumatismand
country it could certainly get cold the closest official an "Three days ago. Night before I I other rheumatic pains.BuyC2223
of Christ.
overnight. Monahan dismissed the could go to for help, and he Shot herself in the left name today. 60c,, $1, everywhere.Use .
native and was rubbing himself any good. But 'don't ask me ." I III. Neglect and Ignorance Are No only as directed.,The purchase

A 'that'd Excuse (Amos 6:1-7). refunded if you're not satisfied.ASoothine .
briskly with a towel'when Curt spoke kind of help. guy blow "Shot herself? Zora Mitchell? price .
out of the corner of his mouth. lid off' was Mitch's words. !" Surprise attack is always doubly

"Keep your voice down, Slats and complained that, he couldn't "With a Luger." effective. "Remember Pearl Har-

don't look up at me. You touch the Canal Zone. Two-three "Hey! Where'd she get a Luger? bor." Yes, and remember man's defeat FOR QUICK RELIEF "1

my, bag last night?" he muttered about how close -" in spiritual things. A :3j )
"No." are to the Canal, yet not Satan would like to lull us to sleep
"I know. Don't you get news out
"Didn't put anything in it?" enough for it to do him any good. at ?" with the assurance that all is well. S Al l" ti
"No. Why?" may be a coupla days by coast,' camp The heart of man is 'prone to cher- ANTISEPTICUsed K IJ:;.

"Somebody put a note in it warn- was gripin', 'but it's hardly "Only when we go to Tempujo on ish optimistic thoughts; to magnifythat by thousands with satisfactory fe-
nights or someone comes suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -
ing me to watch out. Watch out a coupla hours by air. which encourages him to take write
Get Carboil at drug stores or
for what Slats? idea "What do know about river like you now. Why didn't the fear of
Any ? you his ,ease; to keep away Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Term
mention this before? Or Mon-
"Hell, I dunno, Curt. Got any- taya?" reality by sweet music, good food,
thing to do with Chigger Mitchell's "Nothin' much, Curt. Heard ? and flowing bowl of wine.

murder?" was hooked up with Cedillo in "Well, there didn't seem any good The people of Amos' day, to whom TO CHECK LAbN
I for to speak out. And I
"That's I'd Mexican revolt that failed. me
something like to this message was given, had come
know. What about that murder, "I know, heard that myself. you knew. As for Mon- to the point where prosperity had \ JF ?DAYS
Curt reflected, then finished
Slats? something definite.
mean made them at ease, when they
"Well, I dunno, Curt. They let more'n that?" / "I don't know's I can blame should have been actively alert; .

out it was a grudge killing, and I "I don't know a thing. for not wanting" to spread such foolishly serene, when they should # Mhe666YOUR

kinda think it must've been. You wouldn't play poker with him himself. have been vigilant and ready for

know how Mitch was,", bet. There he is now, Curt." More could have been said, but battle.

"Yeh, I know." "Under your hat, Slats." of Montaya made Curt Who can say that the same is not

"Only ." "Sure." from the corner of his eye. true of .
in all too large a measure
"Only what?" Breakfast over, Montaya and saw the Spaniard urging his beloved Amer. -
the people our own
"Well, I do know this. Mitch was accompanied the dragline crew across the muddy ground.
enter into that
ica. Many elements
stewing about something for sev- the job. Curt handed the ragged end of,the situation but not the leastof

eral days before" they got him, who- Montaya and Curt spent little cable back to Slats, pulled out dangerous them is our increasing, use of in- I GOOD Wilt I

ever it was. at the working job. Mules, pocket notebook to, jot down the toxicants. It may shock some to
"What do you mean? Missouri mules that could ..
of alcoholic -
learn that the capita use -
"Well, he had something on his ground at a comfortable lope, "Ready to go on to camp?" asked beverages per has increased :: The manufacturer or ::

mind. Last time he came out to ried them on an inspection of His eyes said nothing, but the The :: merchant who advertises :_ '), a

the job he stayed in camp over- levee along the river to its were leveled first on Monahan, greatly ,throughout country. :: makes public the = _;
night. He got me off by myselfand It was flat country they wire rope in his hand, then on appalling fact is that city of = fact that he wants your = --S
began flingin' questions at and the levee loomed high. Washington, D. C., which should in :: good will. And he real. ::

me-" ''', to the left, the Quebrado Curt nodded. "See you later, Slats. these days 'set an example of sobriety :: izeg that the only way = .
"What kind of questions?" stretched into dim haze. At what have ] and sanity, has led the nation = that he can keep it is :: ', f,
up spares you now
in the increase of the use of :: by giving good values ::
"About the
freight comin' up riv- end of the river section of levee order inch and a quarter in fu- P and services.
5 :: c
er. Curt,' I dunno nothin'.about the two men urged their mules up I'll see you get it." strong drink. :

stuff com in' in. But Mitch was espe- steep embankment. Here was (TO BE CONTINUED) That way is the way of captivityv. ,

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crashes and linen after they have last longer if after a year's service
F: I been laundered, iron them on the you rip the one end, fold in the opposite -
)I wrong side. way,. and sew together
rf- : K PETER again.
t, Fresh peas may be boiled rightin ,
: I HI'a 8. the pod and the soft part of the Don't rip off buttons in the
pod eaten. Boil not less than one- clothes wringer. Fold them in-
PEEVE half hour until quite tender in well- side the garment and hold it flat
salted water. as it goes through.
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the table with a fresh garden look little vinegar to the water to
i and taste. She wouldn't think of freshen the colors, and a small
t over-cooking them or pouring the .amount of starch to give a crisp,
juice down the drain.. clean look to the garments.

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I I THIS is another design in the

planned to use up odds
and ends of woolen materials. to
make lasting floor coverings. The J. Fuller Pep
design is very old and was made
by other women during other By JERY LINK
d wars. Dimensions are given in
the sketch for making your own
patterns for the links and the fleur A
de lis. The shaded parts of the
diagrams show a half and a quarter ))
; of the design drawn on fold-
ed paper. The dotted lines show I
\ how the''pattern will appear when
? the paper has been cut. The design -
S.M is outlined on the burlap by
drawing around the cut-out pat-
tern with wax crayon.
The rug colorings have been
.MA I planned to repeat tones in the

room color schemes. The Deacon used to say, "Bad
1i *' news doesn't need any push In'. It
NOTE: There are suggestions for pre- moves along fast enough by Itself.
paring hooked rug materials and for making But good news Is kinda sluggish.So .
: .1 original designs in ,BOOK., 5'.of the nudge It along all you canl"
i I sort of like that Idea myself.So .
I'm nudging along to you how
1Ii Mr. Chu's Name Is Not KELLOGG'S PEP Is extra-rich In
: vitamins Bi and D-the two Vita-
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At a United China Relief dinner
PEP has any business being
m I ,Mr. Kah Chu, prominent businessman good for your I Try It. I just know
from Foochow, China, was you'll like It I I1MlIfIP
\ .R scheduled to make a speech. Be-
00 fore that event began the masterof
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solicitously asked Mr. Chu how to
; delicious cereal that supplies per teeing
>> \ pronounce his name. Mr. Chu (1 o;.): the full minimum daily need of
) IrI" smiled, suggested: vitamin D;1/4 the daily need ofntamnt Bt.
r \ '"If you will remember 'kerchoo,' COPTRIOHT.1112.11 IILLOQO COMPANY
I think association. will help
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r rose a few minutes later to intro- S II
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/ I 4WltY. "This evening," he said, "we pimples bumps (blackheads), and
ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
are very proud to present Mr. ." miseries with simple home treatment.
Y He fumbled around in his sub- Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
conscience a,moment'for the association I healing by killing germs it touches. Use
C. M.
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then came out triumphantly rected.lOc,25c.50c sizes.25 years success.
with: Money-back guarantee. fST Vital in
IwrmI cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
Mr. Sneeze." Black and White Skin Soap dally.

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YOUR. !I / nobility; for certainly man you speedily use thin removed, soothing when, m
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The Clewiston News NANCV-- ,F wZ BIUSNHLCir/ weight can be allotted vital military equipment is not in operation, the? ,"' ',., :
material. |I letters are transmitted to destlna-- ,>w's\
In recognition of this, and in an tion in original form by the most '\ i'
In Clewiston, 'THAT'SS'e ', f
Floridaedby the Friday CLBWISTON NEWS. I effort to insure delivery of mail to expeditious means available. Even! :,;

Tnc. as many men as possible at overseas : in these instances savings in weight
f :;] MY I destinations 'when space is I and space are accomplished since

KEATHLET, BOWDEX. Editor limited, the War and Navy Depart- there are approximately 87 V-Mail

.- -- SOY FRIEN/,? ments have directed that V-Mail be letters in a pound, whereas, or- '\: :

second class mail matter given priority in dispatch over all dinary letters average 40 per pound. ", f
February Entered as I, 1927 at the Pest Office in other classes-including air mail The War, Navy and Post Office }t
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of r -when transportation facilities Departments all cooperated in de- ,

March 3, 1897.Subscription under control of those departmentsare veloping this service, largely with j

: % used. a view to decreasing the value of c :,
Kate ?2.0O Per Year. 1VMail letter sheets have been mail to be carried overseas and.

Advertising Rates On Application.Devoted 'tft ..J.1t- distributed at all post offices; and providing an expeditious service. : r!

1.r have been provided all militaryand The public is urged to use it at :
and wel- '. ( naval personnel at overseas every opportunity. 1
to the and Navy 1
points through Army
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Clewiston n and Hendry County.AEAVBER. ;
fare .of. post offices and military channels.

Private firms and individualshave \

also been permitted by the 1 Don'IForqet! / \\1
+I" Post Office Department to reproduce -
the letter sheets. The sheets I
1941 also will be available soon to all ,
stores selling stationery. THAT WE ON THE HOME :

;: : V-Mail Service provides for the FRONT ARE EXPECTED t. 1
Monday is Labor Day. House- : use by'patrons of a special letter
sheet form which is"a combination 1
wives should remember or restau- ".. TO DO
rants will be crowded that day. ;:Jr' \' letter and envelope of uniform size 1
and design. The patron writes his

Cooperative sugar mill propon- message; completes the name and I Our Part :

ents are plentiful in Washingtonthis -I address of the addressee and the

week. return card in the space provided,
I I folds, seals, and mails the letterin

Johnny Doughboy might have the usual manner. Patrons are ....
found rose in Ireland but he's I '* ----------- I warned that only the inner or letter -
also found a lot of thistles. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..,:..:..:..:.:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..;..:-:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. side of V-Mail letters are photo..
1 I '. I graphed, and should be careful to Buy More
of teachers short I: show the complete ,address of the
Still a couple : 1
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY I to whom the message is
in the Clewiston faculty but this : \t :R person War ,
not the only town in the state' I'I'is : : y ":. I sent in the panel provided therefor
above the space for the me'ssage.It .
condiion. '
in the same .
: is preferable to print the ad Savings

dress in block letters. Enclos-
will never kill a Jap large
Your scrap :. ,
so long as it remains in a secluded .:.. \ ::: ures must not be placed in the let- Bonds ....

part of your priperty. Gatherit ::. ters.VMail

up at once and let it get to work. ,:::... By RUSSELL KAY 1j micro-film letters by are automatic photographedon ma- .... i

IT FIXALLY HAPPENED :.. Secretary Florida Press Association :!: chines at the rate of 2,000 to 2,500
: .. per hour and the film rolls containing -
You've heard a similar story ,o:.a a". a .". .__.,....'..'..':.'..''.,'..'......" ...YY........ :......r..NM..N.. .. .. .. .. ........:....."....................NNN. ..__'..NN.. ..NN... '.....'.NN.. .. ....'.:, 1,500 letters each are trans- CLEWISTON'REALTY

most of your life but never expected Courageous, aggressive, hot I Tallahassee Democrat sums it up I mitted to destinations. Reproduc-
it to come true. headed Tom Watson _punched his like this: tions are then made by other automatic and DEVELOPMENT

:Miss Martha Nell Alston, assistant way into newspaper headlines again "There are a number of questions I machines and delivered to

clerk in the selective service office, last week when he used his fiststo I involved in this situation which we the addresses in individual sealed CORPORATION

"was questioning a negro who came impress upon a Yankee lawyer, regard as open and we are con- window penalty envelopes.
his questionnaire filled When V-Mail letters are address-
in to have
representing the National Labor tent to leave them that way. We

out: Relations Board; the fact that in do not know and we do not par- n .. ,.._ _.._ a..A..a..a..A................... .
"Are you an American Citizen? the "deep south" some folks still ticularly care whether the de- :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:...N...:..:..:...N.N...:.N..N...:.:..:..:...N.N....N.,:..N. .N.N. .w ; ; ; ; . ..:. J

Miss Alston asked. resent being called a "liar." putization of the, guards was airtight :''z' h h
"No ma'am" the negro em- i,
While some folks may deplorethe sheriff's h
whether they, as t, h
phatically replied. affair and point out that such deputies, were in a position to c i
"Where were you born then? action should be beneath the dig- form union whether the :
a .or ::
the startled interrogator inquired."In nity of an Attorney General, I find Tampa Shipbuilding Company had ::;: Let Us -, I I:
Gawgia 'came the prompt runofthemillman ; .
that the average followed approved labor policies.As ..
reply. on the street glories in Tom's j I we see it, these questions can *

: spunk and their only regret is that'II be settled in other ways. The / : ..,.. -.:'-' :=:
HIDDEN DANGERS ABOUT THE he was prevented from finishingthe I main point is whether 'a consti- :z: \ f Supply I You With ;
HOUSEHOLD : ; .. ,; + i"A : ,
praiseworthy job he'd set out tutional officer of the State of :: ; "F1r', ;
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Here's. a bit of fantasy which I to accomplish. Florida has a right to be rep- :;: .
Millions .,of Americans today are resented by his constitutional legal -
could so easily eb true in any house f
fed up with the administration'smaintaining I adviser. '..
hold that it is worth running in in 4 .,', .. :z:
recruiting service :=: -
this, department, since it has appeared "The representatives of the National :: i :!:
support of un-American labor activities WINDOW CARDS ,
in a number of exchanges: Labor Relations Board refused :.: _' '" ":.
and consistently concurringin ..
I the Gen- h
to hear Attorney
Do know, 'Mrs. Smith, that .
you the proposition that "the rightof
eral in regard to the legality of the :
you have three bayonets in your a free born American citizen towork ::: RULED FORMS'LETTERHEADS ] ::
acts of the sheriff of Hillsborough :
kitchen? That old metal pail will is vested in his ability to ';. ...i. '
County. It makes no differencewho :: '
make them. and hold 'working permit' : j
procure ::
is sheriff or who is Attorney j :
Do you know there's a machine : from a labor czar." A. ,
fl ::
i General; the NLRB examiner refused r :
gun in your closet? That set of Whatever else may be said of :: .:'1'r. !, :
I to hear, not an individual, .. 'i.
old golf clubs will make one. Tom Watson, he has the courage of but an officer of the state, duly ; 9;y, ENVELOPES ,>, ;'; ;:>" :!:
There the closet shelf two -
on are '
his convictions, he is outspokenand elected and sworn to represent 3: ,: 4/ .
steel helmets. That old flat iron' fearless, and is of the few .' :i:.
will make them. one another' officer of the state. :}. ,:\:. ;' BILLHEADS ., -
men in public office "This, in our studied opinion, Is ; ;, ::1:
Yes, in the coal' shed are six r today with intestinal fortitude going entirely 'too far in thy direction : ,

inch shells. That old lawn 3-1 I enough to stand up and fight for of disrespect to state au ":. ,,:,- f HANDBILLS .; rr' -' .:.
will make them if salvaged. American in which he .
an principal thority. Had they respectfully > : ::
Say, Mr. Farmer, did know believes when it the :: } I
you even means I heard the Attorney General of : :, TICKETS J2: ; ', ":.
there are 100 armor-piercing pro- risk of his political neck in daringto I Flrida, the examiners might have ;: ( ,,1 f. ::
jectiles out in the shed? That old such )\ : .f. '.
defy a powerful political been free to rule against him. Thatis : ".
plow will do the business. influence as organized labor., one thing. But, to refuse hima .." -< ETC :-\"'-,:' I' ..z.i .

Maybe you hadn't noticed it, In this case, Tom Watson is hearing is in disregard of the :i' ',:"S' :!:

but there in the corner is the equalof fighting for a principle more far- rights and prerogatives of the :: /: .
20. hand grenades. That old refrigerator reaching and more important than Sovereign State of Florida. Thatis I ,t.. At a pric surprisingly low :_:

will do it. I I the question of "open" or "closed" an entirely different thing."
Out in the barn, unnoticed, are shop. He is fighting for the fX
I con-I
two 60-mm mortars. That oldonehorse stitutional rights of a free '
" cultivator will make them. a fair hearing in a legal action Patrons Urged To I {:

And there, discarded, are seven- brought by the Federal government.That I I :;: .. I

teen .30-caliber rifles. 'Turn the / the people of Florida maybe I Use V-Mail ServiceThe I i._ r .

old radiator in to make them. fully informed and clearly understand -

Or, yes, there .on the back porch the point at issue, let me
are 1000 .30-caliber cartridges. That briefly review the situation: Post Office Department an- .!.
nounced today that the V-Mail Ser- :
old garbage pail is .equal to the Former Sheriff Culbreath of II: Quality Printing
job. Hillsborough County arranged with vice, inaugurated on June 15, 1942,
experimental stage,
is now past the
Covered with dust in the tool) the Tampa Shipbuilding Companyfor .3.
with each week showing large in- ::1
shed is'an armored scout car. '. guarding the plant which $'S en- ::: .
the'number of letters
in Jii.-ii.
Didn't you know it? Drag out thosJ gaged exclusively on war orders. mailed creases to American soldiers over- ? L .
five old, hayrakes and you have its I The guards were paid by the com- x_

makings. pany but were selected, deputizedand seas.The ?
Didn't you know there were 12 controlled by the sheriff, duly War Department has increased f :;:
its facilities to handle promptlythe :t: PHONE 39 AND
incendiary bombs in the designated officers; authorized to ,, ...
closet? Then turn over that old make arrests. volume expected in the fu .z. '

vacuum cleaner before they ex Some of the guards attemptedto ture. :;: OUR REPRESENTATIVE 'Y *

plode. form a '"union" and were dis- Facilities for photographing and ::

And why those 20 rifles stacked charged and deprived of their reproducing V-Mail 'fto and from the _: WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU :. ..:..

away? We mean that old washing ,. deputy status by the sheriff. They !United States and the British Isles, .. '.

and ironing machine.On appealed to the NLRB .1 _
the back porch are 84 roundsof ,ing was called to air their com- points are now in operation.' A sim- .z. .t.y

ammunition for an automaitc plaint. ilar service is being planned for .. : :t:
rifle. The old copper kettle will Under, laws and constitution of Iceland and other 'points where the ; :'

help take care of the Japs, if given this state the Attorney General is I I volume may warrant. :;: LET US ESTIMATE. ON' *".:.

the opportunity. the legally appointed representativeof Pointing out that V-Mail pro- "t. :

And we go around stumblingover the sheriff and as such. he appeared vides' a safe means of communication :;:: YOUR NEXT ORDER *

war materials every day and at the hearing. Disregarding with members of our' Armed 'y.z. ..

haven't noticed them. It is timeto every right of the Sovereign Forces, the Post Office Department .. "' i'

salvage ,every bit of scrap iron State of Florida the: NLRB refused : gave assurance that the films I I 1 \. "..... /

and other metals for war use. Don't to ,hear the Attorney General, whom (upon which the communicationsare ".
overlook anything, for everythinghas the people of Florida duly electedas reproduced) are given the most "_. .

its potential use-Arcadian.It their legal representative in accordance expeditious dispatch available. Be- '. V .. -

with their constitution.In cause of the small space taken up f T

has taken over 400,000; poundsof refusing to hear Tom Watson, by the rolls of film, they often can

jams, jellies and marmaladesand the NLRB "'not only; showed disrespect be carried on ferry planes or bomb; ::;:: THE CLEWISTON NEWS ; *;_

156,000 gallons of syrup to to him but' it flaunted its ers. 'Y' '.

satisfy the sweet tooth of ,Camp arrogance 'and tyranny in the face Every pound of weight which can {i.. ._.

Blanding soldiers since the first of every citizen of this state. be saved on 'air transports overseas 9', .. .. .. .. ..X..X..X..X X..:.':..X..XK..X..XAGE ..:.
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) for Asheville, North Caro-i, Stamps. These were' won by Mrs. I,think it speaks well for the Clew- during March, 1942, to these

i lina, where they expect to spend a M. M. Prewitt and Mrs. J. F. Mor-'F iston lads that all of them write services.

rI' Personals two weeks' vacation.Mrs. rison. enthusiastic letters about what they Memographed' excerpts from man-
r P ) j Various items of food, which had I are doing and where they are lo- ual number 2,- Office of Price Ad

W. T. Galvin and son, Ed- been donated to the society were ,cated. If they are discontented ministration, which explains this

ward, left Wednesday for Tampa awarded by drawings at the party you'd never find it out. That's a feature of the regulation and -includes

., after spending two months here and further added to the fund I tip for you letterwritersyoushould all information necessaryfor
Mr. and Mrs. .J. A. McGehee spent with her sister, Mrs. C. R. Beatty raised. be ashamed to let the first proper filing of these lists is

Saturday in Fort Lauderdale. and family. The hostess committee served apple doleful note creep into your lettersto available at the office of the local

f pie, cheese and coffee. the boys in service. They deserve ration board in the courthouse. AU
Sherwood Hall left this morningto Mr. and Mrs. William M. Johnsonof to receive as cheerful lettersas persons engaged in supplying services .

spend several days in Miami. Canal Point are parents of a LADIES AID PLANS FOOD they write,-and then some. should get a copy so as to be

i son, who was born September 1st. SALE :FOR SEPTEMBER 12TH .l-- informed as to responsibilities.THIS .
I 'a Bill Perry, Sonny Vaughn and The baby' has been named WilliamM. That wanders a bit from STATEMENT MUST BE

i Jimmy Paul are spending a few Jr.Mr. The Ladies ,Aid Society of the Burke's letter. He says: Private'I I FLED BY SEPTEMBER 10TH.
this week in Tampa.
days Community Church will hold a been here three weeks and If personnel can be, spared to

and Mrs.C. and Mrs. Charles Bolton and cooked food sale next Saturday, I here is swell. The food is good inspect the lists as they are filed,
Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff
Mrs. Joe M. Hall motored to West i September 12, at Royal's Store. I' and there is plenty of it. The bar- please assign one clerk to this
R. Kruger were visitors in Okee- (
Palm Beach Sunday to take 'Mr. I''The sale will begin at nine o'clock t racks are almost equal to a good work. He should be familiar with

r' chobee' Monday. r Hall, who left from there for Camp 1 I *nd continue until all food is sold. hotel and we have a wonderfultime the requirements and able to

week Fuston, Kansas. .I There will be baked foods, salads here in Camp. We are in the answer general questions regard-
Parker T. Wilson
: and various casseroledishes of- Induction Station for Negro Selec- ing them. He should emphasize
i for a visit with relatives in Fort Mrs. Ned R. Hager 'left this week fered for sale. The plans are In the tees and we stay busy most of the the fact that lists must be ,com-

j: Meade.Mr. for Miami. She will remain thereto hands of the finance committee, I day. plete and accurate, and that they

I! Prewitt and 'be near Mr. Hager who is stat- Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. W. E. Some days, however, we are off must be properly signed by an ,authorized -
and Mrs., M. M. :
V family returned Sunday from 'a I Iii ioned' at the sub-chaser training Dilley and Mrs. Carl Johnson. I early and have time to run into person.

week's stay at Miami Beach. base. Mrs. W. C. Owen presided at the Columbus, Ga., for a little recrea- Please keep these lists in alphabetical -

ii I / regular September meeting of the tion outside the post. We have order, and separate

II Mrs. Foy Durrence and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Crow Society yesterday afternoon. Mrs.: pool tables, ping pong, checkers, from the \cost-of-living commodity

, Ii Bonnie Faye, are visiting relatives and daughter, Billie Sue, are leav- J. E. Beardsley presented, the pro- cards and numerous other thingsfor maximum price fists filed by: re-

ii in Griffin, 'and in Glenville, Ga. ing today for Jefferson City, Mo., gram, which included discussionof entertainment in the Barracksand I tailers.
d to visit Mr. Crow's parents for a the new Book-of-the month of there isn't much loneliness !
Mizelle short time. Mexico and a talk by Mrs. W. D.' here at Fort Benning.Tell I
, :Miss Marguerite and Miss I Camp Blanding's District Motor
Wylie from Latin American Back- all the boys they should be
j Laura Bailey were visitors Thursday -< Mrs Paul I. Williams is leaving I ground. here to enjoy these things 'with us. Transport shops keep 15,000 vehicles -
1.\I' r afternoon _in today for Norman, Oklahoma, wl J Those attending yesterday's meet There are quite a number of Flor- in running order at all

I 1.I Mrs. Dan Allen and Mrs. Bill spend some time with her hus- ing were Mrs. Beardsley, Mrs. I ida boys in the organization with times. These vehicles traveled

Blount were business visitors in band's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Charles Bolton, Mrs.; Brown, Mrs.F. me and it makes it feel a little 40,500,000 miles during the first
1 I II Williams.Mr. D. Duff, Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs.J. more like home than it would
Fort Myers Wednesday. six months of the shop's operation.Room .
I \ W. Ezelle, Mrs. Carl Johnson, otherwise.

Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs, W. L. Lott, ,
Emma Jane Ezelle spent a few and Mrs. Bob Harris are the
I Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. N. V. S.
parents of a seven'pound
proud Books
: days this week visiting Jo Ann Registration Open And Board
Couse in Moore Haven. boy born Tuesday night at the Mumford, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.

i _- Clewiston Hospital. I He has been W.: W. Perry, Mrs. W. C. Rainey, From Sept. 7 Til Oct. 10 .
Mrs. R. W. Turk Mrs. A. H. Vann, Reasonable Rates
,, :\11'. and Mrs. Howard Leonard named Robert Gerald. .,
\ Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mrs. Reams'and
b are leaving tomorrow for a few I -
days stay in Lakeland., Prof. and Mrs. R. W. Turk returned -'Mrs Hub Spooner. Precinct registration books will Ehney Apartments

Sunday from Gainesville.Mr. be open in the five districts of .
:Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kingvill I Turk attended both summer :\IP.. ,AND MRS. HALL HONOR Hendry County from Sept. 7 until 2t.

spend the Labor ,Day week-end' in sessions at the University of FlorIda GUESTS AT BUFFET SUPPER Oct. 10, according to information

Naples. I and is continuing work towardshis released by John L.: Hall, county
Master's degree. Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Hall were honor supervisor of registration.- This is

Mrs. Merrell Lowe spent yesterday guests at a buffet supper at for the convenience of persons not I I
the home of Mrs. Howard Leonard
with her parents, in West Palm F. A. ,Mueller is recuperating' in properly registered who wish to do ,
Thursday evening. Mrs. Leonardand in order to vote in the coming'
Beach.' so Counselor and Law
St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm Miss Marcia"Avant were hos- general election Nov. 3rd. ]I Attorney at
I Beach, from an emergency appen- tesses. Hopkins Building
Mrs. P. Jr. Precinct 1 Alston's Drug Store
Mr. and W. Vaughnr ,
I have returned from a vacation trip dectomy performed there this week. Mr., and Mrs. 'Hall were presented -. in Clewiston, Parker T. Wilson, Wednesdays and Saturdays
; and other Mrs. Mueller accompanied him over a lovely wedding gift by the 'precinct registration clerk.
: \ to Baton Rouge points and returned I 0:30 to 4:00
the next day.
in Louisiana, and in Mobile. two hostesses. Guests were Mr. and No.2, LaBelle, Jenning's Store, 1
Mrs. Hall, Mr.. and Mrs. Charles I Mrs. Irma Jennings, clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Crews and Mrs. Arch Hodges spent last Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder No.3, LaBelle, supervisor's of-
week visiting Mr. Hodges who, is I
Mrs. Paul Williams
and How-
son, Don, of Lakeland, were fice in the courthouse, John L.
temporarily in Fort Myers with the ard
of Mr. Crews' sister Mrs. Hall clerk.
guests precinct Johnson's Fish CampNear
U. S. Engineers. Mr. Hodges returned -
I E. C. Mills and family Tuesday.Mrs. ALTAR No.4, Denaud, postoffice, Mrs.
with her and remained for SOCIETY TO MEETSt. Hurricane Gate)
Gussie Crawford clerk. (
the weekend.Mr. .
Carl Berner, Mrs. G. B. Margaret's ,Altar Society will No.5, Felda, the Lanctster home, Clewiston Fla. Service..
Boats and Motors-Guide
McDuffie, Bobby and Carline and ,Mrs., R. Y. Patterson leftS meet next Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Addine Lancaster, clerk.-
'Rates Reasonable
Berner were visitors in* West Palm turd'ayr r -Jacksonville. They three o'clock at the home of Mrs.
W. H. Johnson, ,Mgr..
Beach Thursday.Mrs. attended the graduation exercisesat John De Valcourt. The discussionof List of All Prices Must

the University of Florida this the study book by the group will

T.; C. Musgrave and son. week, and their sons, Bob and Dick I precede the regular meeting. Be Filed By Sept. 10th

I Eddie, have returned from a stayof I joined them for the rest of their

several weeks in Youngstown. : two weeks' vacation.Mr. JOE SCHBOEDERCELE UA'l'ES, IT'S AN EFFICIENT

and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were 'I 165 (as amended) fixes No'1 Doyi of$af., floppy Fan at

,...7 Miss Frances Morgan and her I, visitors in West Palm Beach Thurs- Schroeder celebrated his prices on almost all services For only$2.00.- Just attach

4I sister, Miss Margaret Morgan, have I day. Mrs. L. R. Oliphant, who ninth birthday Tuesday with a monly rendered in connection with ,.; this .

" \ returned from a three weeks' stay I spent two weeks' here visiting theater party, at which his mother, the sale, repair, rental, or main- ff'1;' ,:\.SNOWER..\., -0-FUN
: (o garden "hoM, push >pi ed
olt in Highlands, N. C. them, accompanied them to West Mrs. B. J.' Schroeder, was hostessto tenance of. a- commodity.One :, ..i''y", : : .nd into ground, and a tine,
Palm Beach and, boarded the train a group of his friends. of the most important pro- .; oft;; aerated spray ii produced
Clifford Beatty is returning today for her home in Marietta. Sandwiches, punch and cake were visions of this Regulation requires .::!;.: .. :. Easily moved,)lawn ipnnUed MaLe
tert play. a
ai yow g+ *
from a ten days visit with Mr. served buffet style at the Schroeder every person engaging in the sale PECIAL "handy shower! for wciJunj off
and Mrs. B. Cv Dyess and family in CATHOLIC BENEFIT PARTY home and later the group attended of\ covered services to prepare by AMPLE beach land. A lure hit with/
O F F E R the/ ltdd"! *.-practical, too.
I I Jacksonville. IS SUCCESSFULEVENT the movies. Those attendingwere September 1st and to file with his 11' Order today.
t local War Price and Rationing I I
I'' Skippy Cothern, Bobby Bern- BARNES MFG. CO.
I 1 County Judge R. M. Harris and The benefit party given by St. er,_ Richard Knight, Harriett and Board by September 10th, a list 6.19 MAIM ST. MAHSnaa.OMKCrriCIAL <>

I Tax Collector R. N. Miller of La- Margaret's Altar Society 'at the Carol Joy Alston, Kay Bowden and of all services which he supplied

Belle were business visitors in Community Center Tuesday even- Sharon Crochet., during March, together with the

Clewiston Thursday.Mr. ing netted approximately $95 for -- ,-

the society treasury. A patriotic I "! -
and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and] color scheme was used in 'tallies, :.':"':"7:N:N:N:N:N:N:N NON N:N:N:N:N:.':N:NN 1.N N:..Y

, ,sons, Frank and Eddie, returned prize wrappings and decorations. '
I I '
,Thursday from a ten days' stay I Ladies prizes at bridge were won > o\Wcng

l!' at Fort Lauderdale Beach. I I II' by Mrs. V. C. Woodward who received With Keep em e :2:: *-

a bag as first prize and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A., W. Lawrence W. C. Prewitt who was given a b

are leaving today for Reading, Minnesota lace scarf as second prize. J. E.

to visit Mr. Lawrence's parents Beardsley's high score won a \ Our Boys ,2Zs

I Mr. and Mrs. A.; L. Lawrence. Yardley bath set and Otto Larsen, .

who was second high for men, received -
Gene Land returned yesterdayfrom a dollar's worth of War Savings inthe 1 ; <" v
Fort Myers where he had his Stamps. 1I I

tonsils and adenoids removed at I At the Michigan tables ;Mrs. W. t

Lee Memorial Hospital, and is recuperating A. Davis won a bath towel set as I /
nicely at his home. first prize and Mrs. Judson Francis ServiceMAN a t IS
nail second PHOTOGRAPH
polish as prize for L U.S.
I' Simon Brown, who has been em- ladies. J. F. Morrison won a SIGNAL CORPS

ployed here for some time, left this carton of cigarettes as first prize I . . . . .
I week for his home in 'He MAN. .H.N.N.N.M.N N.N.1.N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.
Arcadia. for men and H. A. W. Hedke won

expects to enter the army next shaving lotion as second prize. I I
I \ week. E. Cook, 17, son of Mr.
There were two cut prizes, each
and Mrs. J. H. Hix, of Clewistonis "
I' Keep prepared to meet rising prices
- - -- - --
I now wearing the navy "blue" and
: I
:1 1/ is now going through recruit train-
,I i ing at the U. S. Naval Training' and taxes by adding regularly to

Station Great Lake Ill. During 4p pQO
at -
: '-, GET YOUR this training, the new recruit your Savings Account here... with

will be given an aptitude test to

SCHOOL SUPPLIES determine whether he will be re- II liberal earnings and insured safety.
: I tained for further instruction 'it -

one of the Navy's many service I!

H At schools or to active duty
\ at sea or some\ other naval station.
" Merrell Lowe's wife was wearing

Art'sSodaS.hoppe a very broad smile the first of the I

week, the occasion being the receipt -I
of five letters from Merrell,
i I
P faf
t' who is stationed somewhere in the i

I Hawaiian Islands. The five letters

I 1 Pencils, Pens, Tablets, Ink, Crayons, Paste: ,Notebooks and arrived in two days, and. were the I 1 I 1 I \,

I : I! Other Supplies. first since Merrell left San Fran

i I' cisco. I
\ -, 'I From Private Arthur L. Burke,
I I ..
who was inducted into service several I

' weeks ago, comes a letter that

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I Birth of a BombardierWould J c

I tried to be so t
friendly ,
you personally like to bomb Berlin and Tokyo? From With .some one that I

towns cities farms factories and colleges thousands of American
I know,
W ON youths are answering "yes" and swarming into the world's larg- 1I GE SCREENw ADIOS And then she pimply
Midland Texas to learn the technique. i
bombardier college at By VIRGINIA VALE snubbed me.- ,\
D. C. Scientifically selected to operate the secret, deadly U. S. bomb- Released by Western Newspaper Union. It just surprised me 'f
trained in 12 weeks to be the "most
bombardier cadets are
IMPROVED NAVAL POSITION sight, AT NINE O'CLOCK on the 60. l ltt'rAt4
Behind 'the Solomon islands battleare dangerous----0-- men in the world. "may r U ..'_ '-'_"'M.---L v:: WWhere night of Tuesday, September b :

some optimistic naval facts, en they are going is a mili- :% 1, every theater in the r\ ,' (I
aside from the announcementof .
tirely victory. These facts had to be tary secret, but-a thousand land is expected to stop its y :

very carefully considered even be- bombardiers destroyed Colognein program and stage a "Saluteto

fore U. S. naval chiefs started to a single, night! And Uncle I ; $ Our Heroes"; it's plannedas

invade the Solomons.One Sam's air force is training at one of the features of thetreasury's
naval facts is that
of these
least 25,000 bombardiers! billion-dollar war
have suffered severe
the Japs very WNU Features.
losses in cruisers. Although it has The tyro bombardier becomes bond and stamp drive. Patri-

escaped public notice, U. S. forces familiar with his thrilling, job otic airs will be played as a color .1
have been bumping off this fast, important bi-motored AT-11 train- 1 Wir guard marches down the aisle, a l
type of warship with deadly with the one-minute speech will be made, the CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
regularity, so that Jap cruiser ing bomber. He watches me- audience will give three cheers and
strength is now cut at least in half, chanics who "keep 'em flying." then sing the national anthem. If (.

perhaps more. At the bomb-loading dump, every movie theater is filled, 11,000-
Another known naval fact is that the \J' Q C 4 r''' yfL 000 people will participate.
ordnance men carry
the Japs have lost approximatelyhalf brawny ---7f--: RAZOR BLADES
of their airplane carriers. And kind of bright blue 100poundersused Bobby Breen, once famous as a

with air power what iris today, thisis for practice. child singing star, who retired from KENT BLADES Sfng/o The or Doubfo Edt.
the type of vessel they can least the screen in 1939 at the age of 13, Blade Outstandinc Value
afford to lose. Each cadet drops as many as is coming back to it. In Republic's

On the American side of the pic two hundred bombs during "Johnny Doughboy" he will play

ture is the fact that U. S. repairsof training-the equivalent of forty himself, a passe movie star, appear- Rain Tells the Time
ships sunk or damaged at Pearl real raids. A scale model of ing with Jane Withers and Patrick t .

Harbor have been miraculouslyswift. waterfront industrial Brook. We use watches and clocks to
Tokyo's ---7 tell the time, but in Para, Brazil,
All this obviously was taken into section provides a realistic tar- During the past year Ginny Simms they rely on rain to check the

consideration before the United get for bombardment, and really has been working for RKO, under hours. It rains so regularly in f

States started a major engagementand gives the boys something to A' "", _''_ieocr'irom'Glniw6fia'=rorArnJ/n vP.Y.u. the usual six-month contract, with short, heavy showers that people
the offensive in the South Pa- options. There's been no big pub- make appointments "after the
cific. For Admiral King had to cal shoot at.These. Physical fitness is the prime licity build-up. But recently she third shower," or "the fifth shower ''

culate the risk of the Jap admirals pictures tell how cadets requisite for cadets. Here they use ," and so on.

rushing a large force to the Solomon from all corners of the U. S. be-1 practice bombs for "bombardier tM& m&1:}. i'i@E'g@I'1'I Many countries have weather ."

islands. come "lords of the bombsight." build-ups." fads. In parts of China, instead of

Simultaneously he also had to fig _uuuu..........._ wearing one thick coat when the
ure the risk of a Jap attack on various weather gets cold, they add thin

other vital points-Midway, silk coats. So, instead of saying
Alaska, Hawaii, even the continental 'o .., !;:y i: d'0 y that the day is chilly, a man will

United States. say that it is a "three-coat day,"
Top admirals these days do not and if it is very severe, he will
take chances. Not when the fate probably call it 'a "sevencoatday.
of a nation depends on them. There "
r,'n; :' .' .
'%Sqn.yiK?. .. : .. { ff6Y7 T' ?i7.
fore, it requires only a mathematician -
to figure that the scale of Amer .. >.... .t;; t.b.,. ,r. ; ::%?r' 'cvy"r.
44.f. gA
v a'-0 .
ican strength in the Pacific has 4 sal. r 3 1 Y{ f r pub / .= y4.Yy
turned. It reached its low ebb just 5sMOROEkI

after Pearl Harbor, when the navy !!
was unable to do anything about the f'

Philippines, Singapore, or Java.
But now the Battle of Midway has .'L

shown that Hawaii and the West *tr War and Peace
coast can be defended by land-based ..a,6 13.f}R4.4f+YoQ6.Vi.6i14)W10ifGINNY Be at war with your vices, at

planes. No Jap ship dares come peace with your neighbors and let

near land-based planes without com- SIMMS every new year find you a better.

mitting suicide. I signed as the singing mistress of man.-Benjamin Franklin.
This leaves a reinforced fleet to
ceremonies for the new "J ohnnyPresents"
operate in_ the,. Pacific. ,Top naval radio show, starting Sep-
men are not doing crowing yet.
any wt tember 8-immediately she was cast DoublePurposeLaxative \0
But at least the naval picture seemsto ,
for three important films, and two a
counterbalance some of the bad
% X.qw'+? v.c riyswidreaaGiMia other studios that wanted to borrow Gives
news from Russia-which is goingto
get a lot worse. her were refused! More SatisfactionDon't

BURIED SILVER _.___...._._ __u..mm. ; ;id:'.: Orson Welles has given us another be satisfied just to relieve your
Ten years ago, President Roose- superb picture; The Magnificent present constipated condition. Meet
velt and Cordell Hull held a seriesof In ground school, a group watches an instructor using a model U. S. Ambersons" rates right along with this problem more thoroughly by
toning system.
discussions with the foreign min bomber and models of Japanese warships to illustrate a point. "Citizen Kane." He makes a story For this up Double-Purpose your use Dr. "-.
isters of Europe in preparation for really come to life. And he has Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative
the London Economic conference, at done us all a service in bringing Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa- I. lJ
which of the chief ry Dolores Costello back to the screen. tive. It not only acts gently and --.J
one proposals of a'.t r:, ;$, .:: ) ;: thoroughly, but tones lazy bowel I
the United States was world use of f,_) -----*- muscles-giving more satisfaction.I
silver.At r f ,: .. Dorothy Lamour has a brand-new Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative Powder
these conferences, the late Sen- makeup for "White Cargo," but it helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour
ator Key Pittman, of the great sil- ; ;# sounds like one of those things that Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that
1 dull sluggish feeling commonly referred -
ver state of Nevada, droned througha one would rather,,, do without. She to as Biliousness, when causedby
regular 45 minute lecture on sil- wears five successive layers of a Constipation. Use only as di- ..
ver which American experts knew fluid ,foundation that combines rected. 15 doses for only lOc. Large ;."
almost by heart and which put Hjal- cream with powder; each is appliedall family size 25c. Adv. .

mar Schacht, German finance 'min over her body with a sponge and

ister, to sleep. After Pittman had allowed to dry before the next is o Relieve MONTHLY

finished, the German minister woke ,( ;t. h : applied. Then she's sprayed with a
up with a start, hastily brushed film containing gold dust!
aside silver. ---'j''',"-- fEf ALE PAIN

"We accept silver.. Now this is .5 S .4.4n "The War Against Mrs. Hadley" "'
what we want in return." has been selected by the Kate Smith If you suffer monthly cramps,backache :: [

The London Economic conferencewas radio hour for a nation-wide saluteon "Irregularities", nervousness,to distress functional of

a dismal failure. But the Unit- ,September 25. It features Ed- monthly disturbances-try Lydia E.

; ed States had committed itself so ward Arnold, Fay Bainter, Spring Plnkhani's once! Plnkham's Vegetable: Compound Compound Is one at fi ..
completely .to silver in these pre- Byington, Richard Ney, Jean Rog- medicine you can buy today made
liminary talks, that it undertook a ers and Van Johnson. Quite a way especially Taken for regularly women.thruout the
silver program, which actually to launch a picture, as the Kate month Pinkham's Compound
meant that the world sold its silver Smith hour is broadcast over 104 helps build up resistance against
such symptoms. Follow label
I to us at an artificial price and we stations, and is said to attract- more tions. Worth tryingl
: buried, in the ground at West Point than 30,000,000 listeners.
N. Y. It was a fine thing for Mexico Ready for bigger things, a cadet sits in the shark-nose of a B-18 -E---

! ; China and Canada and a great bomber, awaiting the loading of the bomb bay by ordnance men.Shimming Susan Hayward can thank her

victory for Senator Pittman and the _,,= ...,.,.... "'.<.'.<.....:.,..<<0"H..z w.." ...", .._,..'' '....HH.Y"""......N. W.. .,.... .... .N ..,.,..........:...., ':.,,.,.....,,,.....--__ stars that she's a good screamer. WNU-7 35-42
\ Rocky Mountain states. Also it Resulted ,
Few actresses can scream convinc- fi
in the U. S. treasury accu- 'lir.:,: :r,,/: ,}J'My7 li::;'l a:!..!.r r.uh. : -:,.:.:7:: S ingly, but Susan let' out such a good -
mulating two and a half billion ;va.ritJ./ A!;:p yelp when testing for "Reap the Find the Scrap to.

; ounces of silver-other than coin. 'Y arlri Wild Wind" that C. B. DeMille Eliminate the Jap

Today, however, there is a short- : 7 Abnco3."pvYu.'. .3 u%< promptly signed her up for the second
; age of industrial silver. And yet .r'9!.a:} : feminine lead. As a result oi
the treasury will not open up the ,.l'ft, .,?..f4 t1 f: her performance, those in the know ""-''-" '

giant West hoard Point.of silver gathering. moldat ..gry1p are predicting'stardom for the pret. ?Kidn ys-v. Must

: ty little redhead within a year.
Shortage Amid Plenty. %'ic-
What has happened is this. About h 1tiiSrrF >r i/ri l'u; ., Joan Davis can thank broadcast.
5,000,000 ounces of silver monthly is ing for furthering her movie career For You To Fed Well '

being mined in the United States, h; 4 Though she's such a clever comedienne 24 hours every; day 7 days every "
dt filter
the kidneys
I % week, never stopping
which is ample to care for war hr4:.!2A71 s ,,, her roles just seemed to be waste matter from the blood.
, needs, but not enough for ordinary f7., rr..Hy, .Y+ ...r.L/.3: iir.'f.: ;: getting smaller and smaller. Then If more people were aware of how the
ff' j
.; > S: kidneys must constantly remove sur
: commercial needs, especially for the 'r/: ', .yv r 1. .J.f'i f 3f.vy. 4;,{q ;\ ;n; w4/S: :. .f.: ri; Rudy Vallee asked her to guest star excess acids and other waste
silver industry of New England. y/ ;;.{ t matter that cannot stay in the blood
The silver ::%Yi k;rUp'. ; \i :.:; ;.4y,, ,r,:;:,..,,:,ri.:Slry qy<:i:;' on his program a few times, and without injury to health there would ;
industry, which makes h4/ r.yn., ,fr, !:n. << J': she was such a hit that he made bo better understanding of why the
knives, forks, and household whole system is upset when kidneys fail
the film
ware ,
% her Whereupon
( a regular.
rvj\ ( .4 !t : r'rr: ; to function properly.
formerly used alloys and criticaimaterialsaU .f: .h 4 studios began to wake up to whatthey'd ,Burning,scanty or too frequent urination -

of which have now been missing, and she's in la wrong.sometimes You may warns suffer that nagging something back-
been dispensed with. However silver demand once more. ache, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic >',
is not a critical material. There pains, getting up at nights, swelling. '
Doan't Filial You will
Why not try
is plenty mined for the war effort Lesley Woods, who stars in Columbia's be using a medicine recommended the
but not enough to supply the 80 country over.Doan't stimulate the function y
Jordan" afternoon
"Joyce every of the kidneys and help them to
000 ounces needed annually. for th'e likes to remember when.she flush out poisonous waste frqm the
silver industry. blood. They contain nothing harmful. .i
and Tyrone Power were on the pay Get Doan't today. Use with confidence.
So New England silversmiths now roll of the Motion Picture ,Exhibit at At all drug stores.
ask that they be permitted to buy Expositionin
a the Century of Progress
mere 80,000,000 ounces out of the low over a 30-foot target shack, a cadet at Midland army 1938. She says they stood around DOAN SPILLSWashington
two'and a half billion ounces which \ flying school sends missiles skimming into the ground whence they and tried to look like movie stars
the has
treasury buried.
and ate ham
ricochet rocket-like
into the pyramid-shaped structure. ,


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Shortage of Teachers Is Most Serious HandicapOf 1. What mythical creature was 1. The centaur.

half horse and half man? 2. London,
New Academic Year. h i A 2. In what city is Thrcadneedle 3. A race horse has all four feet'

street? off the ground one-fourth of the

tI. a'R f, xy 3. During a race, how much of time during a race.
I.i 1 i Willard E. Giycns, Executive Secretary the time has a horse all four feet 4. No. There is no law againstit.

'j E National Education Association of the United States. Y R Y y off the ground? The law is against mutilating,
The 30,000,000 school children who march back to school this 4. Is it unlawful to destroy U. S. ,lightening or defacing.
y coins? I 5. William Howard Taft is the
't month keep step with another army-an army burdened with the 5.. Who was the first and only only President to be buried at Ar-
equipage of battle, whose units march in Australia, Ulster, South President to be buried at Arlington lington National cemetery.

Carolina, Dutch Harbor, Colorado, Midway. Both armies are en- National cemetery? 6. German silver is a white alloy -

listed in the same "total war," both have the same objective- ; 6. What is the percentage of silver of zinc, nickel and copper, and
$ -.t in German silver? contains no silver.
1 j victory.
This, is to be a story of the army that is answering the

schoolbell of the rebuffs it faces, of :' ,
its part in the fight. The school fective teaching is impossible. __nnnon... .. I New Pillow Slip Embroidery I I
army is not as large this autumn as Former Teachers Urged to Return.
: it usually is; some of those who Former teachers are being urgedto To carry on the war to a success- ,
would have marched with it are in return to the schoolroom. The ful completion industry is requiringmore sign; lastly, pots of tulips furnish
I. the other army, or stand beside as- ban against married women teachers and more youth with technical distinctive embroidery in cross
sembly lines, orpore over drafting is being removed in some com- training. This young lady, intently stitch.
; boards, or are busy in 'laboratories.The munities.All studying an object through a high- *
; high school,' especially, will. of these measures, however, ,powered microscope, will be well You'll agree there is beauty In all four
i': have fewer students, fewer- teachers offer only temporary relief, as was prepared to take one of the thou- designs, and you'll be glad to know they
: ; for the teachers, too, have proved by the experience of World sands of jobs which will be open to are all on one usable-several-times trans
'b fer-Z9344, 15 cents. Send order to
gone to the fighting fronts', to the War I when the supply of teachers her when she leaves high school. your
factories. became so inadequate that the qual- '
100,000 Fewer Teachers. ity of education was greatly reduced.It "hurry the preparation of men" is a AUNT MARTHABox
The most serious handicap is well worth considering, nev- logical demand. It has been pro- : 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
I which the schools face due to ertheless, that efficient instruction posed that high schools continue Enclose 15 cents for each pattern

I I the war is the loss of teachers. depends largely upon the teacher during the summer, on Saturdaysand desired. Pattern No............

I ,: It is estimated that up to 100,000 and that fully trained teachers are holidays, that the school termsbe Name ...............................
of them, a tenth of the total now, and always will be, hard to reduced in length in order to give
\"I ,, be under Address .....eo.eo.;.................
number, are not in their schoolrooms get at a salary which will employa those who will soon armsas
L this fall. clerical worker who can be pre- much education as possible.In .
Many of the men teachers have pared for her work in a few weeks. general, educators have strongly BEAUTY comes to the linen "
is universal acceleration of in fascinating pairs In the Navy a floor is a "deck,
, joined the colors. Newly created The army of 30,000,000 entering opposed "
[ auxiliary forces will take many of schools this year that are gearedas high school pupils. when pillow-slips are embroideredwith doors are "bulkheads" down-
i' the women teachers, too. Many of fully as possible to the war ef The attitude of the Wartime these new motifs. At top, stairs is "below" and a cigaretteis
those still with their school classes fort. Whether or not there is a lack commission of the United States there is a picture treatment, unusual a "Camel. At least, Camel is
the favorite
r I find that their incomes as teachersare of teachers, the organization, ad- Office of Education may be tak- and interesting. Next-a cigarette among Navy
not within reaching distance of ministration and instructional meth- en as typical. Its recent report scalloped band ,of dainty flowersin men as it is among men in the
i the grocery basket. A teacher points out that hastening the all white is effectively relievedby Army, Marines and Coast Guard.
(Based actual sales records
,of students through pastel center flowers. For the on
whose salary is $800 a year-the progress .
from service men's stores. And
Effective )
average salary paid to the teachersof RemedyOnly school will enable them to "go third pair, the perennial butterfly a
carton of Camels is their favorite
a large midwestern state-ac- one remedy has much into defense jobs, defense train- emerges in a new and lovely de-
gift. Your local dealer is featur-
promise of being continuously ing classes non-defense jobs to -----------
that ,
i cepts a war industry job may Camel ,
ing cartons for servicemen
,: net him three times as much money. effective. Teachers must be replace persons who have left
i, j He may not wish to leave his profession -, paid well enough to enable them, for defense jobs, or into the I Summerless Year I now. And now is the time to
send that carton.Adv.HEY .
but'he' and his, family must to remain at teaching. This is armed forces, or to enter
I : eat. There are many thousands of impossible in some states unless college earlier." These pur- ,
teachers whose salaries are not $800a the federal government partici- poses are commendable, thinks The New England Yankee
I year, but $400 or $500 a year. A pates in financial support of the commission, but it rules called the year 1816 "Eighteen DON'T SCRATCH
: teacher who receives $500 a year schools. Educators and friends against general acceleration in Hundred and Froze to ,Death." soothe the itch of mosquito grid similar
f will look longingly at .a position in of the schools are trying des- favor of stepping up the rate of There was frost and snow every bites with Mexican Heat Powder. Large-
I a government office paying $1,600 a perately to secure such aid. progress only for pupils who are month during 1816 in New Eng- size most economical-sold everywhere.
year. She is quite likely to be quali- That, however, is another story. physically and intellectually land, according to reports. Janu-

: fied for it and quite likely to take, it. able to speed up with, profit to ary of 1816 was only slightly...colder -
'\ :The.shortage\ qL teachers is naturally ods employed will be adapted, with- the war'effort and no damage to than normal; February was
l the most serious where the in the limits of available staff and the pupils themselves. warmer than usual. But Maine Buys the
: salary schedules are lowest, as in facilities, to war needs.In Because this opinion is so widely got a heavy snowfall in April, with you
a southern state where the state many communities the students held by educators, there is little farmers planting their crops while
average last year was $559 for all of 1942-43 will find a whole likelihood that the school year 1942- wearing earmuffs and mittens. O11
4 teachers and school officers, but new division of education-the 43 will be shorter than the years The ice did not go off Lake Erie
there is a trek from schoolroom to nursery school. The Man Power preceding it. Another policy will be until May 10. On May 15, it was
factory all over the nation. commission of the federal gov- followed by colleges and higher in- freezing in Pennsylvania and Vir- Y Yi I7 Ct
The most alarming phase of the ernment is thinking in terms of stitutions where the maturity of students ginia. The abnormal cold of 1816
&g teacher shortage is that it is great- woman power as well as man and the exigencies of war also hit Europe.All !:g&hL4forlOCManufactured ;
est in the school subject areas.. that power. It asks for 3,000,000 additional : make acceleration feasible and prof- summer prayers for warm
are most vital to the war effort. women in the war indus- itable. weather to save the crops were
e Teachers of physics, _chemistry, tries by January 1, 1943. A Different'' Courses Emphasized. offered up in Swedish churches. It
mathematics, manual arts and cer- large percentage of them will The students who are entering was cold even in northern Africain and guaranteed by
tain of the biological sciences are be married women who have school this month will find some out- the summer of'1816. SlFEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO., NEW YORK!
in great demand in war industries young children. The nursery standing shifts of emphasis in the
4 and laboratories. When they leave school is being established to courses of study since September,
the classroom for such work, they take care of these children while 1941. These do not represent radi- ll
I cease to 'train the thousands of, students their mothers are in the fac- cal changes.
h I of' mathematics and the sci- tories and offices. Only a few of these changes can
ences who are so urgently neededby The nursery school is already a be offered by way of illustration.
the armed forces.: fixed educational level in many of Geography is an excellent subject
Between three and four million the better school systems, and the with which to tfegin: since, unlike
school children this fall will, there- necessities of war will likely increase current events and history, it is ANTOINETTECONCELLO
fore, find the school door closed the scope and efficiency of usually thought of as not changing
when they arrive, or their educa- learning in the earlier years of much ,from day to day.
tional opportunity considerably cur- childhood The continents and oceans, the
1 tailed. Measures are being takento 'Speed Up' School Army? mountains and rivers are more or Aif Ringling Bros.
minimize' as far as possible, the The school army will face the demand less constant in size and position. and
s ill effect of the teacher shortage. for speed made in every field These physical facts, however, are Bamum & Bailey
Where students who have lost teachers of preparation for this war. The not of great importance except. as
are in the same school with United Nations have until recently they affect the lives of men. The aerial marvel

those who still have teachers, found themselves everywhere geography textbook, therefore, which
classes are combined. This is usu- equipped too late with '''too little. includes a chapter on the rubber
+ ally not possible in rural areas Consequently the cry, "Hurry, hur- plantations of Sumatra and the jg
c: where it may be many miles froma ry!" It is aimed at the assemblylines Malay peninsula, is due for some

school without a teacher to a the cantonments, and field op- revision. War has considerably altered 44 ,
t school which has one. Even where erations. The urge has not missed the political status of great
classes are combined, they 'often be- the schools. Battles are fought by portions of the map, world com-
,come so large and unwieldy that ef men who use machines; therefore merce has found new trade routes,

: .'- and trade itself is heavily in com- '
t ...
l. ''t I'!: modities little sought a few years

: ago.Methods
; of travel are chang-
I I :,,I II ing the character of the maps' which
I today's students will use. Aviationhas
,I made the' "flat map" or Mer- f.MLDHESS
I cator projection of secondary impor- FAUST WITH
. tance. The globe is taking its place.
Those of us who visualize SMOKE CAMELS f7
t :, 4t Japan due west of the United THEy'RE MILD .
: : ::'>. r>
I : States find it difficult to realize ; { ?
: .
1 I that airplanes on their shortest AND THEY DON'T'IRE '

": :I II t I JLr41 p route from Tokyo to the Panama /Viy TASTE 7 \ aSa\z
canal would first strike the

I, .I Ii I 4 r / United Canadian States border.somewhere on the vw

The Need for Mathematics. IMPORTANT TO STEADY SMOKERS:

s Mathematics, another study thatis '
r { Te smoke of
Zkx s/ow-6uriag" .
< often thought of as fixed in nature
,' since the same two numbers alwaysadd
up to the same total, will see CAMELS
t its change also. For many years
the schools have been adjusting coafuias I
arithmetic to the daily needs of a
?J I people at peace. The textbook prob- LASS II/COP/NE ;

t ___ lems, therefore, have had to do with
matters like life insurance income
than that of the 4 other largest 5
r. ,! Fortunately, many high schools throughout the nation had well de- taxes, budget making, home man- selling brands tested-less than any A#y t tF; ,
veloped technical courses in their curriculum before United States en- agement and bookkeeping. Suddenly of them-according to independent s w 9
'. \ tered the war. Now, throughout the land, such scenes as this one' there comes a demand for skill scientific tests of the smoke itseljt "''
taken of the aviation technical course in a Brooklyn (N. Y.) high schoolare in the use of the mathematics need-
common. Reading, writing, and repairing is the theme today. ed by the bombardier and gunner.

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\. Comm'n- has exposed himself to a hail oft; Traffic Fatalities Department notifies other states f -

;:Navy Recruiter To County Lewis machine gun bullets point)] when it revokes tan out-of-Florida ;::

blank at 150 yards and advanced': Drop In>i FloridaTraffic license, and it receives similar re y :; .

Be Here All Day (Continued from page 1) unharmed. He has been the ports on Florida licenses revoked iir-5
different tests,! in other states. ::
ness, with considerable surplusesleft "guinea pig" in 52' r
Every Saturday; for public road purposes within all of which proved successful, as fatalities in Florida drop- In special detail work, escorting 1,

the county. his good health testifies. ped to 30 during July from 48 for military convoys and otherwise aiding r.,

If this amendment is adopted at Military men contend the deviceis the corresponding month for last federal officials-Florida Pa-

Eugene Kozloff, recruiting officer the general election, these revenues still too heavy for some typesof I. trolmen worked 2,672 hours and : I
United States Navy; J year.The travelled 39,061 miles. The month's : .
of the will be irrevocably pledged for the military action but see in it an Department of Public Safety, t.
tomorrow (Saturday ) total of all work hours. ;
will spend all day excellent protective' measure for was 40,639
purposes stated above, and will re analyzing causes of fatal accidentsin : t i ..
) in Clewiston to sign" up .applicants I.suit in relieving the real and per anti-aircraft gun crews and .similar its efforts to- warn the driving (

in the "Seabees and, in Navy,the sonal property taxpayers of the positions. public, reported that there was an File Your ApplicationFor t
construction I county of road bond debt service Dr. Brewster has been workingon increase in accidents caused by ,,

regular navy. Clewiston levies and will in due time pro his invention for 30 years and punctures, blowouts or other tire Merit ExaminationMerit 'r

Recruiterswill visit the vide large sums for the construction believes its adoption would save defects. )
each Friday afternoon The and maintenance of county roads. thousands of lives, even if em- "Drive carefully-and watch examination for the class

11th through the 25th also. to Clerk William '''T. Hull, who i is ployed for the protection of stationery those tires. It's patriotic and of position of chief accountant was I

visit tomorrow is Important I secretary of the board reported gunners or guards exposedto safe!" the Department urged In al announced today by the Merit System "
many who have been that the budget had not 'as yet been snipers. report of its activity. I Council, Gainesville, servingthe i
enlistment in the Seabees, since an State Welfare Board and the i '.
I returned to his office, either ap Eight automobile or truck drivers -, I

nouncement' has just Seabees been made have proved or repected from Comptroller R. H. James Releases 13 passengers, eight pedes- I Florida Industrial Commission. The
that all ratings in I Jim Lee. Since this was the trians and' "one bicycle rider were salary range for the Florida In-

been reopened, and many who were case, the board recessed until such Report On CommoditiesHow killed in July's 320 accidents, and dustrial 'Commission is $240-300, L
turned down in their applicationfor them while the State Welfare Board sal- .
time that the clerk may call 270 persons were injured, 10 of
ratings may now get them by; which ary for the position is $250. *- \' "
together to set the millage those killed were negroes. Five
making a new application. will be after the budget comes j 1 the commodity distribution negroes were killed in one auto- Applications must be filed on '.1

The Construction Officer will backapproved.. There was some program helps Hendry 'County mobile-train collision at ,Apopka on blanks obtained from the Merit

visit' Miami on the 10th or 11th' for I talk among the commissioners of farmers as well as underprivileged July 4th.Director. I System Council, Room 203, 300

inteniew'and enlistment of all ap setting a tentative budget but the families was pointed out in a report J. J. Gilliam of the West University Avenue, Gaines-
plicants for the Seabees, and all I board's attorney, H. A. Rider, dis released today by R. H. Public Safety Department said 33 ville, not later than midnight Sep

who are interested and who apply couraged this. James, Miami, Florida, Area Super- per cent of all reported accidents tember 19, the announcement said. i

here tomorrow will be prepared for I t visor for the Agricultural Marketing resulted from excessively fast driv- Minimum qualifications include !.

enlistment on the 11th in Miami. Field Team= Administration.Over ing, while 13 per cent involved at least two years of successful

The ratings pay from $54 to $582.00 worth of commo- drivers who had been drinking. supervisory or administrative Co I

$126 per month, plus dependents'' dities which were distributed to Seventy service men were in- accounting experience within the .J".
now include past five in addition to other
allowances. Ratings open Research ...... .......... 7 5 .583 an average of 167 families in the volved in 55 reported accidents, in years

building blacksmiths, help" Elec.: Dept. ................ 7 5 .583 county during June, 1942, represent I which five service men and four j! requirements..

ers, bulldozer operators, building Dixie Crystals .......... 8 7 .533, additional farm markets created'[civilians were killed.

carpenters, concrete and construc- Personnel .;............. .. 6 6 .500 by the program" the report"showed.. Patrol, constantly I FRANCIS I'. WHITEHAIR IS
The Highway
tion workers, Steam Makers '.......... 7 5 .417 "Farm products often (icome to seeking to' weed out drivers NOT
dredge line and quarry station elec- Dolittles .................... 5,10 .333 market during season in such properly qualified, reported that its DeLAND, 'Sept. 2-FNS) It

electricians, Office Scrubs .......... 5 10 .333 heavy supply ,prices would be ruin- members gave drivers' examinationsto was revealed this week that i.
tricians, engine operators, excava- Blues .... 2 7 .222 ous to .the farmers if the Agricul-
firemen, Sugar' 5,685 persons in July, and of Francis P. Whitehair entered the
dredge gas
tion foremen, labor fore- Crackers .................... 3 12 ..200L. tural Marketing Administrationdid these 640 failed. Patrolmen spent United States Navy as a Lieutenant M'' :.
repairmen, .
and diesel and C. ................... 2 10 .167 not step in and buy part of the 2,301 hours in examination work. in the naval reserve and has

men, launchmen, Harvesters ................ '1 11 .083 crop," Mr. James explained. Patrolmen made 515 arrests, in been assigned to special service
Dredge mates, shop and station "The Department of Agriculturefeels
( which 431 persons were overseas. IC
mechanic crushers that commodities thus obtained '
mechanics, quarry
Seaboard Will Pay I 58 were discharged and conv'icted'l Whitehair has resigned as senior
crane and engine oilers, shovel, could not be put to better use law
cases are pending. partner of the firm of Hull, ,
and diesel operators, painters, than in helping build health and
gas Back Taxes drivers' licenses caused 175 of the Landis & Whitehair, it was an-
piledriver foremen, pipe fitter and $850,000 morale among our underprivilegedand I
i arrests, 141 were for reckless driving nounced. A reorganization, resUlting -
pipelayer, powdermen, undernourished families. j
plumber, '
and 100 for drunken driving. in the addition of two new
helper, riggers, road "Foods issued to needy familiesin
powdermen TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 2FNSAt ) License revocations totalled 194, members, was announced, and the I ;;.
machine operators, sheet metalworkers the are purchased by
: county
a conference last week be- i in addition to" the cancellation of firm is now incorporated Hull, : .
(coppersmiths), steel work- AMA and turned over to the State
telephone and switchboardmen tween officials of the Seaboard AirLine Department of Public Welfare for I 84 out-of-state licenses, practically Landis, Graham and French, the [,
ers, | all were for conviction for driving new members being John L.
water tenders, welders, wharf j Railway, Governor Holland I distribution."
I i while intoxicated. The Florida Graham and J. Compton French. ;
builders. and Comptroller J. M. Lee, an I Mrs. Helen Dees is commodityclerk I r ,,

Bakers, barbers, boatswains, reached through; at LaBelle and the office is I
agreement was '
chainmen, chauffeurs, chief petty in the former Bank of LaBelle\ Jt J-
Seaboard will approximately -
which the pay
officers, clerks, ship's cooks, of-l\ building on Bridge. Street.
ficer's cooks,. divers, draftsmen, $850,000 of back I
taxes and dismiss its suit in contest 4
(architectural, electrical, mechan- IX TIlE CIIICIJIT COURT OP IIHX-
assessment. I
of this year's
ical, structural steel, instrumentmen DRY COUNTY, FLORIDA. YWr'
of withheld taxes -
Payments gOing IX CIIANCERY.
mail clerks, mess attendants,
1935 will be made J .
back to /
photographers, rodmen sailmakers, KETRING, jA11IiA
60' as quickly as .
within days or _
stewards, officers' stewards andstorekeepe Plaintiff,
the: State Auditing Department can EVEvLYNIARGARET', r
? complete its figures. Forty-one RING LUCKEY KET-

I counties will share in the fund. Defendant.NOTICE .
Clewiston Women APPEAR
1 \
RING, whose residence and ad-
(Continued from Page 1) dress is 1223 East 37th Street, :
Proof Armor Given Savannah, Georgia ..
work. You are hereby ordered to appearon ,
houses Monday, the 5th day of October, _' t.r.-'.
Since surgical supply are
A. D. 1942, a Rule Day of the above I // ..
only able to produce one tenth of styled court, in the office of the E- i

the needs of our armed forces, the HOMESTEAD, Sept. 2-FNS) Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hendry ....
Redland County, Florida, in LaBelle, Florida, :;.
before the ""
Red Cross has undertaken to pro- -Speaking to the bill of complaint filed againstyou :
duce percent of the dressings District Lions' Club last week, Dr. in the above entitled cause by 1 t Youll be helping everybody if you avoid 4
90 of Robert Eugene Ketring the same be- week-end trips whenever possible.That'sthe :..
needed. Certainly no work could i Guy Otis Brewster gave ing a suit for divorce, and in default time when travel facilities 1 -
be more important than that of I his Invention of a bullet-proof thereof the allegations of said bill are most .
will be taken as confessed by you. crowded-the only time when many war ,.
providing an ample supply of care armor which has withstood severe ordered that this : '
It is further workers and men .on furloughs can go. .
fully made surgical dressings for Navy tests and in all probability notice to appear be published once a

our armed forces.A will be employed in certain types week The for Clewiston four (4)News consecutive, a newspaper, weeksin I1 Miller's Drug Store :

continuous schedule of hours of fighting.His published and of general circulationin 1be t ,I

will be made out for the surgical device works as a shock WITNESS Hendry County my hand, Florida.and official II Canal Point Florida i

dressing room next week and will absorber and Is a suit of streamlined seal of said court this 27th day of C-i .
August A iD. 1942.
light weight armor which i
be posted and announced in the (SEAL) .
News. If every one' who can will gives the wearer complete head to WILLIAM T. HULL. I .

give a few hours each week reg- foot protection. It is made of Clerk of Hendry of the County Circuit, Florida.H. Court. wlnIU.'I D' 8 8

ularly to this task Clewiston's quota' steel alloy and weighs from 6 to A. RIDER } .. '
Solicitor for ..
will be completed on time each 36 pounds.Dr. Complainant.Sept. I ., J i

month. Brewster, wearing his armor 4, 11, 18, 25.

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