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 11, 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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III il Sugar Corporation PaysI I j Legion EntertainedAt Riddle Field'School Patrons Invited \:..,

, 17 Two Million In Taxes To On

ii' I Clewiston Post No. 93 American Opening Monday

Legion had 'on'of the most un- I .
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PI'. usual and interesting meetings of -- J __ -.

.:, Annual Report ShowscIJ Standard' Service its history on Tuesday night when Scoutmaster ResignsHis i I Prof. Turk Will Talk At

I the meeting was held in the mess II -

Large Sums Expended Station To hall at Riddle Field with field officials
Open Position
Here I Opening Assembly
I acting as hosts at a deli-
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I" In Glades Area I cious steak di ner. I

J .II Standard Most business was dispensedwith I At ,9:00
.1'1' I Ii The Service Station J. H. Wilson, who has worked i iI I
i which has been at the meeting but a featurewas in the
J I I I closed for several real estate department of
:- v The annual report of the United the tribute'paid to the late
: I I weeks is scheduled to reopen shortly I the United States Sugar Corpora I Prof. R. W. Turk announced this
*. States Sugar Corporation, released Dr. O. F.' Schiffli, a member of tion for
past five years and that the Clewiston schools
under the management of Clayton the Post. All of the Legionnairesstood '
this week shows that the corporation I who has been Scoutmaster here II I would open at nine o'clock next
Waters.Mr. attention for
at several mom-
'1 paid more than $2,000- I since Charles Benson entered the Monday morning with an assembly 4
Waters states that he will ents in memory of their buddy service in .
I has resigned his the high
position school
I I auditorium. 'r--:
000 in taxes to local
county, state salute
following the to the flag.
t probably go tp work next week I with the corporation and leaves this i j I i Follgwing the invocation, by Rev.
and federal governme"nts during cleaning up the station and pre- After the meeting the groupof I week-end for Pahokee to take ai I j I' H. C. Meador, Prof. Turk will in-

I the past year.Officials paring for the. opening which will legionnaires were taken on a position in tlie offices of the Unity troduce r the teachers and will give

,; j,: of the sugar company I be announced in the News next tour of the field, thruogh the vari- Farms. II 1 a short talk concerning changes
< revealed today that the company'stax week.. ous buildings hangars, were Thompson Kent of Miami who I in curriculum and the school setup -
shown the three of
types training
I \ contribution totaled '$2,298,541 The Texaco station, formerly has been working in the general I:. for the year. ''He is anxious that
and construction
planes and mech-
: managed by R. C. Nowling, is also office of the sugar corporation for every parent who can possibly do
during the past year. Wages and closed and no announcementhas anical details explained and givena the past two months will take over so attend the assembly and hear

salaries aggregated $2,835,616 for : been made of a reopening. 'complete picture of the training as Scoutmaster. He is an Eagle I this message which he considers
set-uo by G. Willis Tyson, manager -
the year ended June 30. Expen: Scout. i of far more import for the parents
of the .field, his assistant J.
ditures for merchandise, materials, Little Change In than for the students.
W. Durden, F. E. Hunziker and
1 supplies, etc., most of which were E. J. Smith and: Chas. Bolton, a Two Negroes Killed benediction After Rev. Medor has given the,_
; 'I the students will
purchased within the state, and Team Standings In member of the legion and an em- in their assemble -
ployee at the field. ,And Eight Injured In home rooms, the
including substantial amounts toi grades to receive their assignments
ji farmers Bowling League Attending the meeting were: I! and
neighboring totaled $2-, the high school students to
570,553.. Freight created by company -. FE.. Conkling, .C. J; Pouncey, E. ". Wreck At, Palmdale I register and determine their courseof

operations for the ranroaas, M. Cornette, E.V.. Durst, W._ C. I study. AIl'
students will
I "The Field team did not have a Owen E. F. likely
Phillipe, N. V. S.i
and in turn be
expended by the railroads dismissed
I Frank Wade by noon.
match this week: so did not jeopardize Mumford, O. A. Jones, 'H. R. 35, and Jerry
for taxes, wages, materials Waits 40 killed The high, school faculty is
amounted to its standing at the top of the Hall, G. B. Thomas, R. M. Bishop' were instantly and now
i Stockholders final half of the bowling league several other negroes were injured complete'except for a commercial
: of Clewiston; R. N. Miller of La-
were paid $629,850 on when the truck in which teacher and Prof. Turk has inti-
being played the they were
on Sugarland Park :
1 i their investments. Belle; C. V. Parkinson, J. M. I mated
alleys. I riding to work on the Ebersbach commercial work may
Couse, S. C. Stalls and Dr. D. M. '
During the the be '
I year, company Construction contractnear dropped for the year becauseof
The Warehouse team improved Company {
Draughn of Moore Haven'SEVENTEEN I
j.. -produced 86,743 tons of ,sugar and. its hold 'on second place with two the county line overturned at the difficulties involved in finding -

4,731,878 gallons of molasses. It wins out of three from the Whirlwinds the sharp curve in, road 67 'northof teachers., Completing the faculty -
also made available the only supply -I'I is Mrs. Agnes Thomas
on Friday night while the Palmdale about six o'clock Mon who
:i source in the United States for Commissary holds ,to ,third place NEGROES day morning. has taught here for many terms,
\ the essential oil df lemon grass, I I only retiring last '''Mrs.
Clewiston year.
despite dropping two games to the was a negro and -
and provided feed for live stock, 'Wade will teach mathematics.The .
Electric Department I was from Tampa. Most of
on Thursday ,
officials said.Hyacinths. SENT FOR INDUCTIONIN
the grade school. faculty which
night for they came back on Tues injured men were from Moore

day night ,of ,this week to take Haven. had been supposed complete has

,Cleared ,three straights from the General ARMY BY BOARDSeventeen There were tweniy-one negroes a vacancy with fhn- rnaia.n4i.' -n nt
Mrs Margaret thisk.
Arey Mrs.
Office. on the truck, nineteen of whom
,From WPA Canal' Other Arey goes to Delray Beach near
results .last Thursday were riding in the steel dump body.

j" night ,was a J'yo9 one wi.Ii by the negroes were sent from The driver was a negro whose name I where her husband' is in training

L. and C., o'e Research. the same was not ,learned. The truck was with the army. The vacancy will
J. E.'i3eardsley, general man Clewiston this week by the Hendry be filled as soon ;as possible and
\ by the .Mill'. .S' gar Blues over thee apparently running at a pretty
agerof: : --. 'W verg; .ales _lli" .nlg Ilaitesters IitPf:vtsain 'the'same re- County Selective'Service Board to fill good rate of' speed-as\ it approached it is likely: that *a' substitute .teacher -
i Distr1ct, ,stated this morning "that will be found to slart:: the term.
suIts by PbIS. over the Personnel.On the county's quota. for September.The the righ tangYe.curve. and the
1 i the work 'of' cleaning the hyacinths ; Because of gasoline rationingand
Tuesday night Dixie Crystals call was for 'twenty-three but brakes failed to' hold. The driver
,; from the Palm Beach Canal would took two from Research made tire shortage "Mr. Turk said
: Office no attempt to turn the corn-
be virtually finished this week and Scrubs' two were delinquent, one's induction that the Clewiston, bus would not
took three er but
straight from ran on into the ditch and
work would begin next week on the Steam Makers and the L. and I was postponed because of injuries the truck overturned and faced this year, make the run to Gun

clearing the Fort Lauderdale and "C. took three from the Sugar House I received in an auto accident, back 'in he direction from whichit Shy Camp or out the old Moore Haven -
North New River Canals. and a number of others were transferred road. .
.Crackers. came., Three other negroes .in I I
to other boards., .
This is the first time that the
The board
Standings as of Wednesday I the group were badly injured and had difficulty in hiring -
,Palm Beach Canal has been cleaned Those who went to Bland-, I
Camp ,
k morning were: were taken to the Arcadia Hospital a janitor but this has now
\ of hyacinths since the U. S. Engineers ing ,were: Joe Seaph Griffin Moore been
"' Team \v. L.. Pet. ; while five others, injured less done with Mr: Brantley accepting -

o cleaned it about three ,years Field .........................15 3 .833 Haven;; Robert- Leggett, Felda; seriously, were brought back to the position.' He ,is now

ago. There is a strong current i in Warehouse ....::...:.......11 4 .733 Benny Williams, LaBelle; Louchus Moore Haven for treatment. working every day to get the two,

the canal now and the jams were Commissary ..............13 5 .722 Bevins! J. B. Jackson, Clark Mims, buildings- Jn shane for tVioinonino. .-- *

merely loosened by a special boat Real Estate ..............:.10 5 .667 Juniuse Small, Josh Roberson, Den- 1. Prof. Turk stated-- t the full

i and allowed to float on into Lake P. M. S.. ......................11 7 .611 nis Lane, Eugene Jones, Mark Sale of LicensesIn course of study could not be an-

Worth. The entire cost, Whirlwinds .... ..... .... 9 '6 .600 George, Willie James Thomas, nounced until after a meeting with

Beardsley said, was 'under $ Mr.\i EI lec. Dept. ...........:..... 9 6.600 1 Sammia Lewis, Lucas Boyne Byrd, County Lagging: state board of education officialsin

: 'I The district is also rebuildingthe Dixie Crystals ..-.....10 8 .556 John West. Transfers from other' .. LaBelle tomorrow morning.

;; } spillway at South Bay in the I General Office .......... 9 9 .500 I boards were Pean Sylvester Burke According to-a report- ,this week School will be dismissed- for luncheon -

Lauderdale Canal with Joe Freed- Research ..................... 9 9 .500 from Royston, Ga., Elijah J. Brown from the office of County Judge at twelve o'clockand recon- I

lund of Belle Glade the contractor. Personnel ....--......__...... 7 ,8 .467 I from Leesburg, Ga., Tom Harper R. M. Harris in LaBelle the sale of vene fifty-five minutes later. 'The

Steam Makers ............. 7 8 :.467 I from Tuscaloosa, Ala. driver's' licenses in the county is school day will consist of six peri-

O'Brien Moves House Office Scrubs :........... 8 10' .444 Another transfer from Tuscaloosa -! lagging far behind with only 320 ods of one hour each, three before

L. and C. .................. 7 11 .367 Grady Jackson, was delin-: licenses sold to date out of an es- noon and three after, school open-

Here From LaBelleH. Mill Sugar Blues ...... 5 10 .333 quent and Daniel Gibson and David ,timated 3,000 for the county. ing at nine o'clock and dismissingat

I: I Doolittles .:................ 4 8 .333: Johnson of Clewiston were delin- This means that most driversare four.

__ Crackers ...................... 3 15 .167 quent. Earnest Maxey inductionwas waiting until the last moment

'. 11,J E. O'Brien, an employee of Harvesters .................. 2 13 .133 postponed because of injuries. before buying their new 1943 per W. C. Rainey Now
the United States Sugar Corpora Winners of high score prizes last Transfers from Clewiston were'I I mit. The deadline has been set at

. ;"II 1 tion, who formerly lived in LaBelle e month on the alleys were: Mens 'Jim Lane to Statesboro, Ga., Kel-' Oct. 1, and there is no indicationof I Occupies Fire House

f: ': has moved his six-room house here ten pins, Lefty Holstine, 223; Wo- lum Cooper Williams to Jackson- an extension of time.

from LaBelle and placed it on a men's' ten pins, Mrs. Belle Pharis, ville, Hamlett Thomas Wilson to Judge Harris urges that drivers

! I' lot he has purchased here. 172; Men's duck pins, Bill Mc- Tampa, Prince Albert Williams to make the purchase as quickly as Jimmie Weaver, who for several

t The house was placed on skids Leod, 155; Girl's ten pins, Millie Salisbury, Md., J. C.' Williams to possible to avoid the inconvenience ,years has occupied an apartmentat

and taken to the river bank where I Ii Bourne, 175 and boy's ten pins Cambridge, Md. I of a last minute rush.: Those who the fire station in order to be

i it was loaded on a barge and I I Eric Thomas with 269. Ericalso Fifty more questionnaires were [ do not have their new license on on call to drive the truck to fires

' I towed through the canal to Clewis won the boys' duck pins with 177.sent out this week by the draft Oct. 1, must stand an examination when they occur, enlisted this week
ton. Bowling shoes or twenty-five free board in ail effort to classify : by a state road patrolman beforea in the U. S. Navy and is now awaiting -

i games are the prizes.PEKE enough whites to fill the September new one can be purchased. his call to report.

' SHOWER GIVEN FOR BRIDE call which .has not yet been Mr and Mrs. Weaver moved

; :AT( HER HOME TUESDAY RESIGNS made public.On Judge Waller Is from the fire station the first of

the group of white men sent the week and W. C. Rainey has

1I Mrs. R. H. Hare, Jr. and Mrs.R. S. A. Pence, head bookkeeper for induction recently only two Favored For Post taken over this job and is occupying -

J. Lee entertained with a show- for the City of Clewiston, who had were rejected, Tom Mercer of La- the apartment.Agreement '

er at the home of Mrs. Hare Tuesday -' held the position only a few Belle and Fred. W. Davis of Clewis-I Jacksonville, Sept. 9-(FNS)-
evening, complimenting Mrs. months ton.
resigned recently and re Federal Judge Curtis L. Waller of ReachedOn
S. L. Speer, who before I
i her recent turned to his former home in Or- Tallahassee and Jacksonville is
marriage was Miss Roberta George, lando with his wife and daughter. CATHOLIC LADIES TO MAKE '
generally conceded in
ii Mrs. Joe M. Hall Deer Killing
received stationery -! SURGICAL DRESSINGS I to be Florida's \VaShfngton//
as first prize in one game CUBS HEAR CAIERTALK
for the the U. S. Courtof
p and vacancy on --
Mrs. Munselle Stone
' awarded beads was All Catholic ladies will meet as Appeals, caused '. by the recent Washington, D. C., Sept.. 9-
as prize in
!' Mrs. another. W. E. Di ley made an interesting a group at the Red Cross Surgical death .of Justice Rufus E. Foster, (FNS-Senator Claude Pepper
Speer received
; many lovely talk on the principles of photography Dressing Room next Thursday af- of Louisiana. stated this week that an agreement .

!' I gifts. The hostesses served sandwiches to members of the Clewis- ternoon at one-thirty to work on The appellate federal court is I had been reached betweenthe
tea and
: Invited ton Cub pack and their parents surgical dressings. Any other composed of four Judges, handling Interior and Agricultural departments -

;. were Mrs. Gratton Friday evening. The boys showed workers will be welcome at that cases on appeal froni the federal which will end the long
George, Miss Evelyn Hare
Mrs. their interest by asking' many time, but the room is being open- district courts of Florida, Georgia, standing livestock quarantine dispute -
Carl Berner Mrs.
B. J.
Schroeder questions. on the subject. ed specially for the Catholic ladies Alabama, Mississippi_ and Louisiana. involving the Everglades; Na-
Mrs.. Roy Alston, Mrs. Curtis M. M. Prewitt, cubmaster, planned who decided ,
on the date at Customary procedure rotates tional Park area.
Thompson, Miss Jessie Maloy, Miss a meeting for some of the the meeting of St. Margaret's Altar the four appointments among the Pepper said that the agreement
". Lilly Padgett, Mrs Joe M. Hall, dens to effect a reorganization. .
Society yesterday afternoon.Mrs. five states. authorized the Livestock Sanitary
Miss Mildred Durst Mrs. R.
K. '
Hooks John DeValcourt was -host- Before his appointment to the Board to kill 67 head of alleged
Miss Marcia Avant, M 9. MASS FOR DOCTOR
H. A. Land SCHIFFLI ess at yesterday's meeting and district court, Judge Waller was tick infested deer! in this area and
Mrs. Cecile Brooks, I
-:-- Mrs. W. D. King, president, pre- an unsuccessful candidate for the I the quarantine will then be lifted.
Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., Mrs. Munselle] I A Month's Mind Mass
will be sided. Several items of business
appellate post which went to Ala- The Interior department has
'.:: Stone, Miss Mary Markette, Mrs. said in memory of Dr. O. F,- Schif- were disposed of at the business bama. He was Senator Pepper'schoice consistently opposed the killing of
Glenn :Etherton, Miss
: ChristineBelI,1"1Irs. fli at St. Margaret's Church at 8 session. I
but Senator Andrews backed any animals in the park area.
A. C. Carlton, Mrs. P. a. m. Friday, September
17th at Father Geary led interesting James W. Morris of Tampa,
; M.Miss McIntyre, Mrs. C. R. Beatty, the request of St. Margaret's Altai discussions for the book study who now is a member of the Su- Protecting our forests from fires
J\me\ Hooker and -
Mrs. Ruth Society. The public is invited to group On the books, The Song of preme Court of the District of means helping to win the war.-

; J ,1 1 M.Vifox. attend this service. Bernadette, and Faith, the Root ,Columbia. t. Secretary Wickard. _lfifir -

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United Nations Rout Japanese ForcesTo Ifn' thrilled every night t' .
when 1 the
turn out light : [

U8R Score Major Milne Bay Victory; And format the pa.st'dfcy i'\ >
with its
SON c-o-res.

Soviet Bombers Blast German Cities; !\ rWNU&rvkr The darkness is Foilop : .. :'I i .t -

mysterious things ;
Nets Air Bases ChineseEDITOR'S Daring Mr. Wlnehell's absence on vaea. I
Offensive for
D. C. tlon his column Is being conducted by goest Vhik the light's Fuji of i :.
U. S. GENERAL IN ACTION tables 6.nd x N 'I;I .

Maj. Gen.. Charles L. Scott, U. .S. ( NOTE!: When opinions are expressed these columns, they are those of CAPITOL HILL ch-a.ir" *.6 !
Western Newspaper Union's news Analysts and not neeessarily of this newspaper.) .. ( t "
tank expert just back from Libya, By LEON HENDERSONHead ,'1.c." : .
______ Released by Western Newspaper Union. :''nYA' :

is not talking about it in his lecturesto ....._____ .___ ____ ..m_. ___,__. ._ __ of Office of Price Administration. I I', .''.,
but he
American armored forces,
did more than almost anyone to R Senator,Barkley and Speaker Ray-
stem the onrush of Von Rommel's burn both came as. congressmenwith
- the Wilson 'administration 'in
% tanks when they broke through
the British lines and started their 1912-Recently they jovially debated <

mad dash to Alexandria. a,::' F ; {jj 4Ft rank. Barkley, because "B" is WNU Features. .', n
General Scott was in Egypt help- alphabetically higher than "R," was
ing out with the American tanks *.' 44 \f named to committee membershipsahead

which had been sent to the British. of Rayburn. But Sam claims

And he happened to be in the thickof precedence now because if he should
it during that part' of Rommel's die the President would attend his /

attack when the British seemed funeral, but would not obligated a

most disorganized.So to do so if Alben passed on .
,( ,
Scott, though an American, Senator Barkley, as perpetual key- ;

jumped into the battle, actually took noter, claims to be 'an authority on MONUMENTS''
*ptiBL jRa-rtAati fcsr2< fitN- key words-At 1932
over temporary command, and or- the Chicago
ganized a counter-attack. All the Democratic convention he says it

details can't be told yet, but when was "beer"-In Philadelphia, 1936, .

they are it will be a great story. it was "New Deal"-At Chicago i a,,nm Lath*Unity OnnJI to*.Mi,4f 19
again in 1940 it was "Roosevelt" ,, -w 6b-11.M IIMII..JO< FXEI 1a.Id.1 orjlof ta..btnlKKMO ..u l 9t*> L i. i
WHY GIRLS LEAVEWASHINGTON I Our tomorrows look brighter be- ,-,",,,,-twr?"-" aRULlT10W1LA1WOrJALOD...aN.tur.aM4atfr..

I cause of a growing group of young

Southern congressmen, such as Hale .
who left home
Many young girls I.I I.
I Boggs, Al Gore, Wilbur Mills, and !
to come to Washington are now leav- you are ever stumped by the ,
ing Washington to go home. They Mike Monroney, to mention only a question of what to send a friend .
handful or relative in of Uncle Sam's ; ,.
be to workin one .
thought it would thrilling, t.;., 'J- ,_ ::--= :L'iJr."' t rl '1T 'ii: ;
the capital in wartime, but they I wonder if the American public armed forces, here's a tip. If '; :
disillusioned. will ever realize the debt they owe smokes a pipe or rolls-his-own, ".:'
are sadly These Italian prisoners were captured on the North African front by
,to Senator Prentiss Brown of Michi. nothing would please him !
Clerks and junior stenographers New Zealand and Indian forces. Almost all prisoners taken were from '
simply don't make enough moneyto Pavia and Brescia footslogger divisions. Reports from the front indicatea gan. than a pound of his favorite to- ..

live on. A labor department sur- mutual feeling of dislike between the Italian and German troops and bacco. Surveys among the men : .ti

vey indicates that a single person officers. German troops are said to have refused to salute Italian officers! WASHINGTON VIGNETTE themselves show that. Prince Albert -' j
Smoking Tobacco has long :"'; ;;
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to 'live in
must earn $1,470 a year Recently Don Nelson and I acknowledged been known as the National Joy : ':

Washington, at present rent and TRAPPED JAPS : WARNING : tribute to Scotch grand- Smoke-it is the largest-selling .;F.
Yet there two Civil
food costs. are mothers for their training in disci- smoking tobacco in the world. Local l'j"
Outguessed Outfought Attention Nazis
Service ratings below that figure- .
pline-Sidney Weinberg thought we dealers are now featuring ,,:,;-f
$1,260 and $1,440, for clerical and "Milne bay area is rapidly being Something had been addedto : '.
new overdid it-In a bridge game later, Prince Albert in the pound can as /
stenographic jobs. cleared of the enemy His losses Moscow's reports of the war with when Sidney set me two tricks, he an ideal gift for service men who' .::, ;

Young girls like Washington at have been heavy All his heavy Nazi Germany. It was the story of gleed, "Your Scotch grandmother is smoke a pipe or rolltheirown.Adv. .-: ..::!;:/,

first. It's something to write home supplies and equipment, including increasing air raids by the Red no help in bridge against a Brook- .',: :

about-living right in sight of the tanks, were lost." bombers on German cities. Even lyn ward leader like my dad was." ''-
great Capitol dome, passing in frontof This happy communique from Berlin was the victim of these attacks I interview my share of rubber .. ,

the White House every day. General MacArthur's headquartersin And Berlin admitted it, too. substitute inventors, as do all WPB GET : : ,1,\

But the thrill wears off when the Australia made it clear that the But the Nazis claimed that the Rus- members, because I believe in miracles AFTER RHEUMATIC PAIN .a t! ,

boss works them' 12 hours a day in Japanese were smashed in their sians had come in' high and scat- :-I ought to, I married one. With Medicine that will Preri Itstlf ,: .
a war office, when their feet get Milne bay thrust and that Port tered their bombs at random with But one long haired scientist took If you suffer from rheumatic pain ;,:; .

tired standing in crowded buses, and Moresby was saved for the fourth little regard for military objec- the cake: "These other fellows make or :muscular aches, buy C-2223 today ::::
for real pain-relieving 60c $1.
time. The Japs were outguessedand tives. This was old stuff from the '
when they can't sleep comfortablyfour synthetic, Mr. Henderson, my proc- C-2223 at druggists. Buy a bottle ., l'
in a room. were caught in a carefully pre- Nazis, and the world wondered.In ess'makesREAL, rubber" today. Use only as directed. Purchase ; >..

Norah Booth personnel expert in pared trap. addition to Berlin, the Moscow One of my rationing staff heard price refunded' if not satisfied. ::';r.'!i ,

CPA, knows these cases by the The communique said, in part: radio announced that Koenigsberg, complaints,daily for two weeks from ,, :,".7<"''1"

score. A girl from Nashville, Tenn., "The operation represents another Danzig, Stettin, plus many other cities traveling business men -, "Two
came to Washington last June, phase in the pattern of the enemy's hadrbeen bombed in the steppedup weeks with the traveling salesmen," IRRITATIONS OF "t e : !

thrilled to the eyebrows. Now 'she plans to capture Port Moresby air program.' German citizens he reported, "and not a single new S II N EXTERNAL CAUSE ;tJf':
His latest effort was to turn the
is warned that the
leaving."I were as, nights grew ; risque joke" "
flank attack acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and ; :;.
right by a surprise at .
don't know what's the matter the would in '
longer bombings
I ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve : :-
The solution of our transportation ",
with me," she told Miss,Booth. "I'm Milne bay. The move was antici- crease. miseries with, simple home,treatment. ..,,'
pated, however, and prepared for problem requires a miracle-worker, Goes to work at once. Direct action aids .
all I call it '
jumpy. guess you See-Saiu and Joe Eastman is the guy who can healing by killing germs it touches. Use ". '
with With r
nerves It was fun being here at great care. complete secrecy Black and White Ointment only as directed. .
the position was occupied by doit. : .loc,25c.50c sizes.25 years success. '.' ,.
first, but you have to work so hard All this helped to divert attention Money-back guarantee. t3T Vital in ,,/:'.
and pay so much for a room! I'm our forces and converted into a from the bitter land fighting along cleansing is good soap.. Enjoy famous ':.' ,:''

tired of worrying whether I'll have strong point. the eastern front. Around Stalin- THINGS I NEVER I Black and White Skin Soap daily. ':..'. .

enough money next week for a new SoZomoisAmerican grad the battle had see-sawed for KNEW TILL NOW \. .

pair of stockings. I'm going home!" days. German forces had admitted That according to the squawks '

forces in the Solomons that Soviet troops had pushed there are more landlords than ten- Gas on Stomach ,: ,;.

HOW TO WRITE TO SOLDIERSThe continued to consolidate their posi- through counter-attacks with terrific ants-it couldn't be That there Relieved In 5 minutes or double money back ./.,,:

tions in the newly won outpost in pressure but claimed at the same really are a high percentage of When excess: stomach acid causes painful,suffocating ,.':., '..i i.
is far from <
army satisfied for their stomach and heartburn,doctors usually ; I
preparation next soar
move, ?u
with the its V-mail time that these'had been crushed statesmen in congress That it's present the fastest-acting medicine (known for I'/" .
way (photo let- which may be a blow at Jap basesin symptomatic relief-medicines like those In Bell-an. :<,
ter) service to troops overseas is after heavy battling.In amazing what you can get for noth- Tablets. Mo laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort In a ;
the northwest Solomons, or, if the JiffT or doable your money bade on return of bottle ,"'.i: '
the northwest of Mos- ing nowadays-It would cost us millions .
fighting .
going. Despite the big advantagesof land and attacks to us. Sic at all druggists. 'l"
enemy renews sea
V-mail in the speed and trans- defensive action. cow, Marshal Gregory: Zhukov's So- to get the services that our :
mission as well as guarantee againstloss viet forces were reported to be con- rationing boards are giving us for : "

the general public hasn't takento Two waves of Jap planes attackedU. tinuing their large scale counteroffensive nothing and it wouldn't be as good

it. S. troops and installations on by hurling the Nazis across" That a staff of 30,000 can TRY THIS IJERVOUS :
Guadalcanal island, where a large water barrier" at one get one into disproportionately more '
This is partly due to a misunder- a "strategic IF YOU'REon"certain ) ,
standing of the technique of the serv- enemy airport fell to invading point, recapturing several villagesand trouble than a staff of ten !. :
ice and partly to the fact that V-mail American marines. The position of following the foe westward. That Claude Wickard is really a topnotch days"of monthIf : f. .
blanks have been available at the marines has grown strong I corn-hog producer '. That functional monthly disturbances .>;{:;I' :
only enough for the navy to announce' MEATLESS DAYS : the average height of three of my make you nervous, restless, high- :: :":.1-
larger post offices. However the >f : ;
times ;
strung, cranky, blue, at such .
that only "mopping up" operationswere is 6 feet 5 inches if ,
deputies they
army is planning to extend the service -try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable .' ..t .
soon to every post office and in progress. The navy also And Shipping Space were laid end to end the lawyerssay Compound-famous for over 60 '.i.'. .

rural route in the country. At the announced further strengthening of When President Roosevelt issued a lot of people would cheer- years-to help relieve such pain :''r'
positions on six Solomon islands in and the deputies that if all ,the and nervous feelings of women's',, j. .
"meatless say
statement days"he :
time on "
same an educational program "difficult days. :;,1> .( ,
will be launched. American hands-Guadalcanal, Tu- brought the effect of war on the lawyers were laid end to end they'd Taken regularly-PInkham's ",:/.r'

Actually, it is much simpler to lagi, Florida, Tanambogo, Makambo home front closer than it had ever reach no conclusion How fasta Compound helps build up resist ..)':'" ro. .

send a letter by V-mail than the and Gavutu. been to the nation's dining table. $1 a year man can become a ,temporary ance toms.against Follow such label annoying directions.symp Well "\'::o':.:!9'},'"

regular way, since you don't have to THE GOOD EARTH 'For while sugar rationing had come, bureaucrat That Ma- worth trying! '.",0".,;'r',
: they -,
( ria Alencastro at Brazilian em- I
coffee food
bother with envelope or stamps. All was scarce, prices were -
you 'do is write your message, with Recaptured by ChinaThe up, there was really no actual short- bassy would be a star on any radio '>. ; I

of food commodity for the program ,That Senate Sec. 'Ed -"
your address and that of the receiver age any )
recapture of Chuhsien and HOUSEWIVES *
about., But Halsey was such a peacemaker, : ,
housewife "
on a blank' form, and fold and Lishui, the two most important worry
seal it. The sealed form goes to a I airport cities in eastern China, "meatless days" were somethingelse pacemaker, and life saver Your Waste Kitchen' Fats .- ..fi
That 16 cent of the people .
per '
embarkation again.It
port where it is put marked one of the greatest victoriesof ::," '
no Gallup opinion'on OPA-since ,it Are Needed for Explosives P.: ; .
through a machine and photo- the war for Chinese soldiers. Ina wasn't about a meat shortage sometimes like has
graphed on a small micro-film roll. few weeks of though that the President talked seems everyone ,3
fighting the Chinese written to and the mail was TURN 'EM IN! ,
me- ,;
Later the roll is printed and developed counterattack virtually wiped out about in his statement on the subject.He : "
77 per cent favorable like Gallup indicates :
in a reproducing station at Japanese gains of the May and June said that conservation of meat
,its overseas destination. The photo- campaign in the Chekiang and through a meatless day each week either, some days. WNU-7 36-42' ;: !.'. ', .
letter is then placed in an envelopeand Kiangsi sector. would be calculated to save shipping .'i

.delivered. Since the filming and Best news to America is the fact space in overseas hauls rather thanto THOUGHTS WHILE STROLLINGON J

developing are performed ,mechan- that both towns are within 700 milesof alleviate any U. S. shortage.In CONN. AVE. AT MIDNIGHT

ically in the dark, senders of Vmailare the Japanese mainland, and may such a system U. S. meat would What this country needs is a good : tI.S
assured absolute t.,
Also privacy. soon base United States bombers for largely replace Argentine, Austra- five-cent nickel I wonder whereI .;
they faster
army gives priority to delivery., V-mail The be- attacks on the enemy at home. lian and New Zealand beef and mut- can get a good second-hand tire May Warn of Disordered '. ;.:;:,

cause of a one-third saving in Among Chinese officials there was ton as food for fighters and civiliansin for Lube I wonder whether our Kidney Action :"" ;) "
cargo little tendency to look upon recent Great Britain and on other fight- rent division can keep me from' be- and :
The worry"
space. Modern life with Its hurry :
army service ,
that 22 sacks estimates gains as a clear cut victory resulting ing fronts. Ships now hauling supplies ing dispossessed It's good to Irregular habits, improper eating and; .'.;5 !L.,
of Vmailare drinking-its risk of exposure and infection ';:(; ; .
from offensive Be- from Aires Marvin with so much
superior power. Buenos Wellingtonand see McIntyre '
equal to 37 sacks of -throws heavy strain on the work r -. t f' "I
mail. However the regular lief was expressed that the Japs had Sydney would be replaced by zing again I expect Sidney Hill- of the kidneys. They are apt to become* ., c.\ .,
consideration Wouldn't it be over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid '. ,;'.;!I ;.
overextended themselves.
to senders is that V-mail is ones traveling the shorter route. man zing again. and other impurities from tho life-zivinff .7'
fun if Harold Ickes was in the senate blood.
guaranteed against loss. The original If OPA can only get by the You may suffer nagging backache,
V-form is preserved for r filming headache, dizziness getting up nights
in case a mail 1 HIGHLIGHTS a in the week's news I canning season and the elections leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired \
cargo lost at Wait till our new pursuit job ties in ,nervous, all worn out. Other signs
sea. of kidney or bladder are some-
> with the Zero Sure was funny times 'fDinr. scanty .or too frequenturination. a. '

MERRYGOROUNDC. TRAINING: Lieut. Gen. Brehon ESCAPE: Of the more than 1,000 about the male tenant from Pitts- Try Doan't Pilli. Boon's help the
Somervell, commanding general of officers and men interned when the burgh who reported on Form CCD-2 kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
<<. Tennessee mountaineer Cordell that he "shared bathtub ,with his waste. They have had more than halt &
Hull the Services of Supply, U. S. army, German pocket battleship Graf Spee a century of public approval. Are recommended
never forgets. Recently he refused called upon schools and colleges to was scuttled in Montevideo, more' landlady" I wonder what ever by grateful users everywhere.
a job to a prominent New become pre-induction training'cen- than 100 have escaped internmentin became of the NRA visitors who Ask your neighbor!

york publisher because some years ters for the armed services. His Argentina, Juan Antonio Solari, wanted a floor under prices It

ago he had signed a petition de- prediction was that some collegesmay chairman of a senate committee in- isn't true that Don Nelson and General DOAN I SPILLSWashington

manding sending that, the state iron departmentstop be required to devote all facilities vestgating anti-Argentine activities, Somervell phfft-they've phfft,
scrap to Japan. for such purpose. said.


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i' 'i Snakebite antidote, compasses, mosquito netting and machetes LessonBy ?hhhhhhhhhhhP-hhhhhhhhhh 1 '
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I 1 Caribbean HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. The Questions 7. What state in the Union is 1
in in the area.
; j ceiving training jungle fighting Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
I .. j i''I I To reach their objectives, jungle fighters must climb and (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 1. How many people lived in the bounded of states?by the greatest number f\.:' -

I' Ii descend mountains hack their jungle traverse i United States at the time of the ,
:f 'I, way through growth, first census in 1790 The Answers ;, "
!r swamps and cross rivers. Lesson for September 13 .I., \
; 2. "I am escaped with the skin 1. There were 3,929,214 people \
; ,,; ) A large body of men carry a good deal of equipment-one soldier ,f my teeth" comes from where? 2. The Bible (Job 19:20).
; a rope, another dynamite, others gasoline and a stove for smokeless Lesson and cubjects copyrighted and Scripture by International text selected 3. What was Commodore Oliver 3. Hazard.
and Council of Religious Education; used by H. Perry's middle,name? 4. Lakes Ontario and Erie.
i'f cooking; others additional medical supplies weapons., permission.
I' ; 4. Which of the Great,Lakes are 5. That point directly overhead. '
,i Soldiers in _the Caribbean area learn to swim rivers with their JOSEPH SOLD INTO SLAVERY connected by the Welland canal? 6. She never married, so she
: rifles over their heads and know the trick of bending over, when 5. Where .is the zenith in the had no wedding dress.

I j ''I they have reached the opposite bank, to let the water run out of LESSON TEXT-GenesIs 37:23-38. heavens? 7. Tennessee bounded by Kentucky 1

J their packs. In low, swampy places and when crossing streams GOLDEN TEXT-Love envieth not.-1 Corlnthiant 6. What material was used in Virginia, North Carolina, (J"

,L, '11"1' : i they must be on the watch for a wall of water which might come 13:4 R.V. ding making dress Queen? Elizabeth's wed- Alabama Arkansas, and Georgia Missouri., Mississippi,

', :' at them because of a cloudburst high in the mountains above
Does it pay to trust God? Is He r
them, sweeping rocks and trees with it.
I' really concerned about the affairsof I
Pilot Too
;'' .,;r ;;, ,,", Food is a problem in the jungle, for everything molds, and tin men? Does He know the trials I St.'Joseph I I IURER
and the heartaches of His children? ONE
I cans in most cases are too heavy to carry. The soldier must learn .S _
; to live off the jungle as far as possible on fruits or on the meat These are the crying questions of Two ,qualities are essential to a 'WDRIK URCEST SEUER AT 10*
today, and they find their answerin good pilot-courage and judg-
;: of canejos, tapirs, snakes and monkeys. He learns that iguanas God's dealings with men of the ment. Courage can be cultivated,

I; are a delicacy. past. The'story of Joseph has many given a spark of pluck to begin Approach of Great Events ?

: iI i! Men in training are never sent on a mission alone; two men interesting and_ instructive phases, With. But judgment must'be born The gravest events dawn withno
\4'I\ but perhaps the most important just in a man. For judgment is another more noise than the morningstar
,I must always be together. In actual combat, however, these men'r
now is the truth'of our lesson, "The word for brains.-Mark Twain. makes in rising. Beecher.America's .
F will be putting to use all they have learned in order to out-infil- Lord saith '. them than; honorme

trate and outfight the Japs. "> I will honor."

Presented here is a series of jungle warfare training pictures I. Jealousy Bears Bitter Fruit

taken by the U. S. Army Signal Corps in remote outposts manned (vv. 23-30).

I by U. S. troops somewhere in the Caribbean area. Joseph was his father's favorite
and was shown that favoritism in
I "' Mv. HI many ways, but it was perhaps most
IlL i' fully expressed in the coat of many
, 1 colors. This was a luxurious long
,,TI robe,with sleeves, indicating that he
was a gentleman and not to do or-
dinary work of one who wore the
sleeveless, knee-length tunic. His
brothers deeply resented this evidence -
of the father's favor.

The dreams which Joseph rather

i I 'L innocently yet perhaps unwiselytold 'Iaib
to his brothers and his honest

report of their wicked behavior I
fanned the flame of j jealousy into a I
I j'j'I consuming fire which threatened his //CORN ) I

I life. But God, through Joseph's
brother Judah and through the op-
} portunity they had to make money favorite / FLAK ,
\ out of selling him into slavery, kept
him for His own purposes. ready-to-eat .,
;1E bkRYi Fee4 May we not learn that the darkest
hour may be the time of God's deep cereal!

!, interest and directing power. The' 1
.. only way strong men can be devel-
t yy oped is by suffering hardness and Get several, packages today and enjoy
trial. "God wants iron saints, and '
since there is no way of impartingiron ?if r ?VA nTm I
L A group of typical fighting men who are manning our Caribbean to the moral nature than by
1'1 m are.shown with and letting His people suffer, He lets big bowlful J of J Kellogg's: ,Corn Flakes with some fruit'and' I
I defenses equipped modern Garand! rifles wearing "
!, them suffer (Heb.-,12:11) (Meyer). lots of milk..
mosquito helmets..1Li Parents should also learn here the
/. I '
dangers of favoritism among chil- PROTEINS!
dren. It is of the most destructive
one flf'ljde6MINERAlSI
of evil influences that can entera

L home.

II. Deceit Attempts to ConcealSin
y (vv. 31-35).

% / fHy J !< One of the tragic things about sin Let's Get Ahead
is' that a wicked act does not stand Going-Full Speed

alone but leads into another sin to

J Joseph's cover him was the brethren covered first. by their In deceit.the sin case against They of Show S Our Foe Patriotism Isn't Dead!

lied to the father and maintainedthat

r lie for years, even though they,
saw that their aged father was
: r ). brokenhearted. How callous sin

< I /I II/I!IJ I II makes the heart of a man! IN THE AIR FORCE they say- .
Yet the very fact that they lied
to'cover their sin indicates that they
: I were ashamed to admit that they XDODO for the new :flying recruit-
;. ire. b'I>Fryrc ,Ec/y: 'y, had fallen so low. James Strahan
: I q
.. ; a' '.icrw4 rIII well says: "Evil never dares to be KITE for airplane ,

Illl:" li1111{!; Heavy caliber machine-gun-ready for action and manned by experts.--I sincere.ors and It wears always the borrows garb of the inno col- *HIT7HE SJIJC"- for taking to parachute

I cence. It has a whole lifetime of "
I, I II, __ .. .
fwA'My"xi'yY"'qyayu/.n.< LV hard labor in keeping up appear- vCAMEI:!for their favorite cigarette

j \ ,. y. ances. Hypocrisy is the tribute
I G.R l w,r/Yy' i .%%' :N v /f Y fyoi : !f / lf t rr,f;>, which all bad men have to pay to'
the ideal of goodness." With men in the Army,Nary,Marines, .
I and Coast Guard, the farorite cigarette '
II, HI. God Overrules Evil for Goodv. it Camel. (Based on actual sales records ;;i
( 36)). from Post Exchanges and Canteens.) ,,

1 It was God's plan that Joseph TCAMELSARE
t i ii should come to his greatest useful-
II; ness in his place of authority in
i Egypt, so He directed the sale of
I the: young slave into the home of

III' Potiphar a leading officer of ACES WITH ME. >'
1. I Pharaoh. .w
"', ''I" .. r / The story of Joseph's life inPotiphar's THEY HAVE THE :''A'i
' /
l r1 %4 / w/
;{ l lr 'Afr..Y.r house is one of unusual r sw
': f I'', :.... %r:5: y interest. Faithfulness to duty, loy- MILDNESS I WANT $
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Ii',I I Ii n/i,. r w yS Jr 'lR rr alty to God and truth led to shifting
i j ,% ,.r .a,.//. +'y/%:'1'yr///97', ; ;/r"v/i. r :::;%sly' t/ i..r experiences of imprisonment and of ....AND THEY DON'T
I ; / c"l
4 ; 'f //y S, favor! but ultimately he came out
I'I I r 'I ..Jr/ic.w.-GfsarrYr..G/' -,,yy. .. /4'l'r v / +/llyif/ry% : % into the place of leadership the TIRE MY TASTE.
;.} # Jk7ff.F. i WqJ;: government of Egypt.
! l l: Coast artillery: battery on WJ.>' :if'f; Since the matter of the relationof ,3 CAMEL ALWAYS ', 'ate

Ilr I $ Ij l, II the run after an "alert" men to 'government so much THE SPOT
, 'Il'I I has been sounded. before us these days, it will be wellto
: I kf Nv/4W note that Scripture holds a very
exalted view of the public servant
I r Soldiers must un- Paul says we are to "be ubject_ unto
dergo rigorous train- the higher powers. For there is no
ing to cope with the power but of God: the powers that F JW m:'
be are ordained of God" (Rom.
jungle. They can '
13:1). The Bible clearly teaches AND NOTE THIS :
be chilled when,
that every governmental agency
..JI after hacking their and every public servant, from the The smoke of slow-burning
way through the policeman on the beat to the Presi- L

I jungle, they emerge' dent in the White House, is only per-
mitted to exercise authority over his (
into a clearing whereair fellowmen because God has or- ;
is stirring. dained that there should be such .r -
Left: Troopers government. Clear it is that every contains LESS NICOTINE

hack their way right-thinking official of state and 0t than that of the 4 other largest
through deep jungle nation should be humble, teachable, R 15$1.4c selling brands tested-less than any
and wise in'the exercise of I
discreet, of them according to independent
f growths with a his power, and God-fearing in the scientific tests of the smoke itself II

", I "bush knife. discharge of his responsibility.


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The Clewiston ,News become a daily slogan at the plant. ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Mrs. T. E. Markette left today I 1'0' Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Prldgen,
The will remain in place -
poster for Tampa a son, Douglas
wnere T. A. Markette i Harvey, September -
for the duration of the war. Workers Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent i. 4.
'reported ill ,
very following a
Pubshed every Friday in Clewiston, who are doing their service: the Labor Day week-end in Miami. major I >
operation performed in a ------
NEWS, buttons "Me too, Among the Clewiston residentsin w
the CLEWISTON there saying
Florida by wear hospital there the first. of the To Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bembryra
Tnc. Fort Lauderdale Beach for the
Mac". -
week. daughter, Sharon Diane. September -
It's a slogan that could well week-end were Mr. and Mrs. N. V. 5. ., .
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor find its place in every plant, every S.. Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. --\ "
office, every home for the dura- Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen BIRTHS .
second class mail matter and family.
Entered as
February 1, 1927, At the Post Office in tion."Me too, Mac." That's the man To Mr. and Mrs. Gordon AT RED CROSS ROOM

March Clewiston 3,, 1897.Florida' under the ,Act of in the armed forces, marching I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart a daughter. Veronica Jo: Bowen'l I

along under a sweltering sun with were visitors in West Palm Beach All who ha've sewed articles to
Satrday. Mrs. H. C. Kolstad was make for the Red Cross askedto
SuLMcrlp--tlua blistered feet, tugging a heavy To Mr. and Mrs. M. E. are
Rate $=.11U Per Year. dismissed from St. Mary's Hospitaland turn their '
barricades I garments In now so
load, crawling through a son, Johnny Lloyd, August 31.
Advertising Rate On Application. going through the toughening up ., returned with them to her they can be packed for shipment.
home in Moore Haven. She was New material has come in and it
process. 'accompanied by her mother, Mrs.G. To: Mr. and Mrs. J. Richards is
and "welfare "Me too, Mac". That's the man a necessary to get the articles. already -
Devoted of'Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry County. and the woman in the factory, M. Sears of Shellman, Ga. .who daughter, Marilyn Joan, September made packed and shipped.
who's putting their best effort into I i is visiting her._ 3. Other work can. then be given out.

material, planes, tanks, guns, ---- --- --------- -- ---------- -
war I. Mrs.. O. F. Schiffli and sons,
ME> \'BER parachutes, tents, bedding, boots ,Nick, Dick and John returned to r :
.,," FLORIMPRGSSASSOCfAfONNAIIQVAL9rgRIAL! and the countless thousands of Clewiston the latter part of last -
ASSOCIATION. things needed to keep our armed. I week. Nick left this week for
forces moving. ..
Milledgeville, Ga. where he has l
"M: too, Mac'. That's the ordi-.i I enrolled: at Georgia JI1litary.Col. -.

I nary civilian,' walking where once lege.. Mrs. Schiffli, Dick and John: SCHOOL SUPPLIES l
Better buy your driver's licenseas I I he rede, watching his budget- care- expect to return to their home in] 1 '

soon' as'possible.. The lad fully to squeeze in an extra Highlands, North Carolina.

minute rush might leave you over bond or stamp; keeping himself In At
for an examination. in October. the test possible shape knowing'that I Mr and Mrs. E.E, Kelly had '
though his lot fates in civilian as their guests Wednesday and

Don't fail to attend the ripening life his country: needs every citizen Thursday their nephews, EnsignL.
assembly at school Mond y. Prof. to do his best, tp; conserve I ., .G. Kelly and his brotherfob- Art'sSodaShoppe.
Turk has an important message for':needed materials! and to save' all I ert W. Kelly, U. S. NaY The _
all parents.The possible loss of time through illness toys drove down from Jacksonville -
I or accidents. where Robert is stationed at L
proposed thirty-five mile "Me too, Mac". That's the house-'I the Navy Base. Ensign Kelly has

an hour speed limit won't hurt the wife who does most of the bud- just completed a special course in Pencils; Pens, Tablets, Ink, Crayons, Paste, Notebooks 'and
majority of us who are already get-watching in American house the navy school attached to the I, Other Supplies.

wondering if we dare drive that holds, who pours her ,fats into a I University of North Carolina at I
fast. clean container instead of in the Raleigh. He is returning to Kansas -
sink. She's making her clothes last City,_ to visit his parents be- SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 14-A SCARCITY EXISTS IN

A conviction has been recorded longer, and seeing that her familyis I fore reporting for duty. in Phila- SUCH SUPPLIES-BUY NOW, '

for violation of the price controlact. properly fed._ delphia.

Maybe there's some hope for 'I ________________
"Me too, Mac". That's the vol-
the consumer after all. unteer worker at the filter center, N

on observation post, making sur- -.:. _,_<;.r--:.
Congress has at least one thingin gical dressings, knitting warm

common with the Japs. They'vegot garments, sewing for those blessed t '

a lot of face-saving to, do be- bundles destined for the relief of

fore the first of October. a war-stricken people.
I \ .. ,
-- )
"Me, too, Mac". That's Ameri-
Should we recall that this is the I ca-all of us from school-boy to .A Report to the People
hurricane season when
everyon'e// President. If you are carrying your \ \
is too engrossed in other part of the load you can respondto
to pay any attention, I 'the General MacArthur's "I'll -

!I Do Best" with stout-hearted i
My a ,
ration' \ .. .... .
The loss of '
"Me, too, Mac". : ;
ing, higher taxes and other things t'i,'.: .-.,'.-.',' .:., "\ '.,\:; :: .:,
;- :
connected with the war are being . : .: : : : ;
felt more and more by the. Amer-I :N NN..:..:N:N:N N N NON N:N:N N N :N:N M N M N: \ '< .; : ; "i: :

scan people. And it will } \ : .._ : : :
> (
worse before it begins to get bet-! RAMBLINGS f't iooo DDOI : -, lf
ter. ': _

By B. B. ,
; ,
UNCLE SAM NEEDS. YOU . ." ',.t' '. .:

Uncle Sam needs you, and he I I :T3ON---renders' -five_ fold It substantial
a service. pays taxes, gives employment ,
does mean YOU Women cannot Well, most folks who didn'thave '
to thousands of people, helps support the railroads and -:". b'" -
fight in the armed forces, but ev- .to work Labor Day managedto 1'\\
ery woman in Clewiston can con- squeeze in a little of that much- other business of the State of Florida, supplies a basic necessity of -
life and furnishes outlet for productive investment of the -
tribute to the safety and welfareof needed play which contributes to an savings
the men who are fighting and keep from being a dull boy: The of the thrifty. The value,and extent of such services can be appreciated --

Uncle Sam desperately needs YOU nice thing about Labor. Day is only when the volume is known. Below is shown the extent of our

to.do. it. that it always comes along on I contribution during the year ended June 30, 1942 to the people, the ,

This is an appeal for Clewiston: Monday and makes a longweekend. State and the Nation 1
The Fourth of often
women to ,give of their time to July .'
make surgical dressings for the happens in the middle of the week United States Sugar Corporation, in addition to making available to ':

Red Cross. Uncle Sam, has asked and .it really isn't much good 10 r\ our fellow Americans 86,743 tons of sugar, a woefully short national N

the Red Cross to provide 90 per- anybody. 'Labor Day always makesa commodity, provided 4,731,878 gallons of molasses, national shortages ,
cent of all surgical dressings need- tiny bit of a vacation just at of which necessitated the institution ot 'priorities and restrictions. We .... .'

ed by the armed forces. This the end of the summer when it also made available the only supply source for the essential oil of .: ,

means that thousands of wopien is much apprec'iated.Ve lemon grass and provided feed for live stock, which provision relieved ',.' \ f

must give hundreds of thousandsof '\ didn't try to have a tiny j| to some 'extent the heavily burdened transportation facilities. of the, : "

hours of work to accomplishthis. vacation. Labor Day was a real Nation. -

.; Remember, it is Uncle Sam day of labor to us. Catching up ,.
'who' asks you to do this-not any with some of the many things that In doing these things, in addition to providing extensive facilities, it" < '

local person. needed attention-things that got 1. was necessary. to incur heavy obligations, which are summarized as ":: ', .
left behind in the rush follows : ;: .
of our own : ., \'
Uncle Sam asks Clewiston
women -
.. ,
vacation occupied Labor 'r'; "
our Day. .
make dress ; '. '
to 25,500 surgical '
The last unfinished business of Excise taxes-deducted in settlements for sugar 1. ..:; .: ,, .
ings the month of
,14r. (The 25,500 is septem-I our own vacation was settled this and paid directly. to the National Treasury
not a typographical error) week with the arrival by expressof ,.' in the sum of ............................................................$ 870,484 : -'kY :' '
first'response the knitting bag left behind : ,' .' .f'1---- .
for workers was encouraging .
; .
but the number has i in the terminal station in' Tampa. -. '.", -.g Provision for income and excess' profits taxes on :.: I. :',

dwindled rapidly, and only a faith We had no thought of ever being I '.. '. '& the year's business amounted to .......................... 900,000 '' ; :..'f'.. '
," "
fortunate 0.
enough to see it again. '& -; <
ful few are working now. :' ., 5'-
The room and the number' of But it contained the new DUMBO : :Jr: :" .. Other taxes'paid to, Federal, State, County and ,.vV -:,

instructors available can easily accommodate without book of the younger fry, and life .') '. local governments aggregated ...........:.:; .............. 528,057 :- .:;
] Dumbo just wasn't worth .- ? : : ; :
50 workers at. a time. ,'f .
living. So we wrote the Traveler'sAid : .:.. :
So. far 28 has been the top num- .... >J -. So' that our total tax bill was ............-....:..,...............$2.298,541 : .. /.
.m the Tampa station, described ; .' ;. ',: '. -
ber, and one day' this week there .
were only 3! The room is in the the bag and some of its con- 'J'' Wages and salaries paid, aggregated ,.......1............... 2,835,616 :+ ':'..:,: .

City Hall and, is open) Mondays, tents this ,week and, the here date"' comes left there.the bag So, :' .', p\,:'," Freight created for' the railroads, ,and in turn''': ." >..; .,1"1 .,,:,'. .

Tuesdays and Fridays from 1:30 expended by them for taxes and; .
and DUMBO is reunited with the ; wages ,,:; !"
till 5 o'clock and from 7:30 till i
family. : / materials amounted to .............. .......:.,.....;.. .......... 1,030,295, :'.
9:30 evenings. : F
: : f : : ,
Additional volunteers .. ,. for materials supplies : ,,
are urgently Speaking of vacations, the Clew- < Expenditures merchandise, >::

needed. There' should -easilybe iston Inn has served 'as vacation ::- etc., [most of which were purchased within ;::,j:':',;',

ton one who hundred could give women one in afternoonor Clewis- ,One spot girl for many in particular people, 'this who year.had .', ':" :;!|,. the State], including substantial amounts paid S .. .,) "

evening a week for this work, been hard at work in exhausting : ;, ;t t. to neighboring farmers, aggregated '?................... 2,570,553 '. -

and every hour that every woman hours on the war effort in Miami I ,- ,, v ..
.can give will be necessary' to do came up for her two weeks vaca- \1 The sum of the foregoing is ....................................$8,735,005 '. ..' :-
the part Uncle Sam has assignedus. tion, spent it in solid comfort at I
." To provide'' the foregoing benefits to the'people, the State and the ,
the Inn, and went back to work ...
.' A poster in one Red Cross work refreshed in mind and body.: The -Nation, it was necessary to provide suitable facilities which required _
room put the matter personally: Inn is getting quite- reputationas substantial investments in the Everglades on the part of our stockholders I

The Dressing You Make Today a honeymoon spot, too. Manywar many of whom are also employees, and as compensation for .
May Save the Life of Some One brides have been among its : he risk involved in making available the assets facilities and credit i ij

You Know Can you refuse? recent guests. Soldiers at the bases -j j .. to provide such benefits: to the people, the State and the Nation and

on the East Coast or the gulf coast : tar return on their investment, the stockholders were paid $69.850.l
1 ,
find it a pleasant change for the I
'A --: Mac,1 few days allotted them for honey- "

poster titled "Me Too, mooning. I
occupies a prominent position Ini I| This week we saw some of the \

the Fisher Body Works, a plant guest-rooms that are being redecor- UNITED STATES SUGAR
given'over entirely to war produc-I ated this season. The Inn is get- i
tion. The poster shows General ting away from the idea that hotel BUY CORPORATION t.

Douglas MacArthur at salute' and rooms should look like hotel VMITCD STATES ..
quotes his statement ion landing' in rooms. Each one is a unit in itself, WAR
'Australia after Bataan, '"I will do pastel shaded walls, decorater-type ONDSAM CLEOfl $ TON f L C I D Ii"l ?

my best", .said General -- f
MacArthur. bedspreads, new drapes, new up- -
A workman: typifying! the 'thousands holstered chairs, and newly tiled STAMP> "- : I

In the Fisher plant, is' responding bathrooms in the most heavenly t -

"Me too, Mac". shades. No two are alike, and theydon't I .. .. Y1
-- '- .--I.- '-'" '
The words :: -- .
"Me Too; Mac" have look a bit like a hotel room. i




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I Mrs. B. B. Wilson is recuperating Mr. and Mis.:: Carl Kolstad of 1
: I
in Lee Memorial Hospital), FortMyers : Canal Point and Mrs. Jack Dough-
,. from a major operation L l' erty of Hendersonvllle, N. C. spent '

[ Personals ] performed* there this week. G the. E.week-end Wenzloff.with\ Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE _

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bair of Belle '
!I Glade) are spending afew days; Bill Davis, who is a student at Due to the tire and gasoline rationing we are compelled \
Miss Sylvia Bass spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. the University of Florida, arrived to close our business September 30th, 1942, for the dura- '. ,
tion. We wish to advise those who have trade cards to.
Okeechobee with relative Krueger. .. Thursday following the close of "
the summer session and returned cash them in by Sept. 32th as after that date they will be.
I void.
'Mrs. C. E. Bailey, Miss Laura to Gainesville Sunday
Betty Bailey spent the weekend -. I' We greatly appreciate the patronage and the courtesyour
in Miami visiting relatives. Bailey, Pat 'Bailey and Cadets Bill friends have given us.LaM00RETON.
II .Morrison and Robert Wombley'I
---- Mrs. A. H. King and Wayne
II i Stan Reeder spent the weekendin I were ,visitors in LaBelle Labor Day. King spent a few days over the CLUB
West Palm Beach. I I week-end in Lake Worth and West
Mrs. R. R. Hooks) Miss Lorraine Palm Beach.. Wayne had a minor John and Elthea ElmorcOFFICIAL
the Taylor, Miss Betty .Reeves and ; operation performed his
; Miss Catherine Menges spent on eye
week-end in Miami.' I Miss Lois Prince spent the week:' i, while away.
end in Miami.

Miss Lee Pridgen spent the ,I I Lt. and 11rs'Jac- .P. House of --

i week-end in West Palm. Beach. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones are Turner Field, Albany, Georgia, .-
1 --.. leaving today for Hende rsonville,. pent the week-end in Clewiston
Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Doke were North Carolina, for a two weeksvacation. with 'Lt. House's aunt, Mrs. C. L. I

: week-end visitors ,in Miami. Downs. Lt. House is' being trans- Roiling nds ; .
I em
Louisiana. ..
ferred to Monroe Field, .N'
O. F. Gardner of Lake Vales ., .
Miss Janice Wynn is spending {:
t ,"
\. buying /
{I I this week with relatives in Perrine. I spent the week-end here visiting Mr and Mrs. JiIp.mie'Weaver
V .. I his son, Fletcher Gardner and fam- ),
I have moved into the house recently -
1// Owen Winn of New Smyrna was ily. occupied by Mrs. J. H. Doty.
II I a week-end visitor in Clewiston. .1 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rainey have N .
James M. Winn of the Naval I ----:
i moved into the city apartment.
Louis C. Porter, Clewiston, en- Base at Key West spent Friday, vacated by the Weavers.
,I listed- in the Navy a't the Miami Saturday and Sunday. herewith- his I I11rs.

recruiting office Wednesday. wife. Charles Congdon has returned .1 .

jl :Miss Evelyn Hare, Mrs. George from a two months' visit ,. t 4
Virginia Lawhon left Monday -i ag. 'E r
Miss with at
') Van Hyning and Mrs. Herman relatives various points in PHOTOGRAPH
N for Chattanooga where she California. She attended the wed- U.S. ARMY
the week-end in
Draughon spent
: has accepted employment., .1 Miami.. '- ding of her son, James Congdon SIGNAL CORPS
to Miss Lois Alexander in the I
Miss Mary Mathis has returned J. M. Frazier spent the week-end| early part of the summer. '.
I '
l'!' from 'a visit with relatives in Gain- in Miami, joining Mrs." Frazier and I

Ii esville.: Jimmy, who were visiting there G. B. Thomas-was host at a dinner I
;! .for several days. I party at the Clewiston Inn f6wixss..1"o Keep prepared to meet rising prices

,Mrs. Albert Bekra of 'Okeechobee Thursday evening complimentinghis
spent Sunday afternoon here- Mr. and Mrs Manning Keen,I wife on her birthday.- Guests and taxes by adding regularly toN
\.. Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn L. Lawson i 9l
I Mrs. G. B. Thomas, RQ
were Mary
with Mr. Bekra. F
and.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Parrish
spent the week-end on a .fishing I I' Louise" Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.G. ,your Savings Recount here... with

Mrs. Ruth Wilcox was .a busi- and camping trip at Fisheating B.' 'Rackstraw. I
ness visitor i in West Palm Beach Creek. I liberal earnings and insured safety.
Monday Miss Mary Edna Sullivan of j I
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Nail are Tampa has been visiting her uncle

r, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre has accept- spending their vacation at Fort and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur I'
r' ed a position in the office of the Lauderdale Beach. rf Mrs. Nail's 'Montgomery for: the past month. BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE
Mr: and Mrs. A. A. Mun-
U. S. Engineers. parents Her sister, Miss Jewel Sullivan'
I roe of Madison,, are with them. spent the week-end here, both returning -

Miss Mary Markette entered a I to Tampa Monday.
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and Charles
) hospital in Lake Worth this week -
i for treatment. I B. Owens spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. John D. Foskett I
\ in Okeechobee with relatives. They I I
., I of Palm Beach spent a few days 1I
Miss Roberta Spicer spent the |were Joined by' Mr. and Mrs Thomas -I at the Clewiston Inn'* this week on yr vCt

week-end in Canal Point visiting I I ; B. Owens ',..and sons of Tampa.l their honeymoon. Mrs. Foskett is I
Miss Florence Graham. | -- the former Gene Ann Clark, daughter -
F. A. Mueller returned Satur- of H. Phil Clarke, the archi-
:, Miss Mae Palmer visited her] day from St. Mary's Hospital andis tect who designed the Inn. Mr.
; mother in St. Cloud over Labor recuperating from an appendec-, and Mrs. Foskett were en route to .1
Day weekend. tomy performed. there several days Fort Myers where he is stationedat I
I ago. > the gunnery school .

Mr. and Mrs. .. Fletcher Gardner I -- ___ __
-- nnmnmmm mmm n-- nmmmm
4 were visitors in-*Miami. Tuesday --.Mrs... Jerry*.Fugate',of Alva spent 0 --c ; nnnmn-m--
and Wednesday. Thursday here with her uncle, C. 1 :
I V. Parkinson. Mrs. Fugate is one ,, ;
Your it's true :
W. A. Davis is spending a two of the teachers in the..Clewiston. '. :own judgment says ':

I in weeks Jacksonville vacation and visiting in Georgia.relatives I school this term.J. I Be wise and "follow throughI !"? ::1:.

'i W. Clark, who has been working I tt
tt Mr. and Mrs. L. ;E. Hicks and in the office of, the U. S. En-

t.c baby son, of Tampa, were guests gineers here for' several months, .> .? -cADIEGOTU
: :
,k,' \.. of. :Mrs. W. A. Davis Monday. left this week'. to enlist in the U.
'if ____ S. Coast. : : '
o Gratton George left Sunday for ; l I
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Baltimore where he entered Johns .. Mr. and Mrs. C, L. McLendonand jw < 'MORE
-Hop ins Hospital for treatment.Mr. son, Lamar, spent the week- ALERS

I end in St. Petersburg visiting Wi- :" DE j
, and Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley ley McLendon, who is stationed CHEVROLET
1 r: I of Miami were week-end guests there with the army air force.
\ Ii of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. x

i Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Zanderof -1 SERVICE : I
Okeechobee visited Mr. and fOR

, I Mrs.. Wallace G. Arey Sunday. r
i Mr. and Mrs. Tom King of Jack- '

j I sonville are visiting for a few. days : ANY OTHER
1 with. Mrs. H. J. Mathis. / -

Mrs. and Mrs. Herbert S. Saw- I T x
yer of Miami were business visItors r'a 1 1 1i'fr I Ir.

in Clewiston Thursday.Mr. I I Y < DEALER ORGANIIATIO'

II' : and Mrs. H. B. Magill and I ..- ... V I 1
daughters, Harriet and Janice, / 1 1 ':;t'- f $ '
1 I
I spent the week-end at Fort Myers I
!II 1 1
G Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins of Headquarters for
Fort Myers Beach spent Tuesday
i night here with Mr and Mrs. Roy

''I] oJ Alston., The ABC MonthlyPayment Plan : ,,' VICTORY .; : ; Because Chevrolet dealers,

i Dan Beardsley, accompanied by
Ii '
I H !! Kermit Dell of Belle Glade, is makes it possible for you to SERVICE have sold more new cars and
i Ii h spending a few days this week in buy your home repairs and : ,1
Miami.Dr. for them, little each .
pay used and
I :: trucks-more cars
1:1: month to suit your pocket- ':>" on'
1 Eugene S. Gilmer of Tampa book. See us for all details
i; was a guest at the Inn over the This is the easy way,no delayno trucks-and h.ave had broader
I' week-end and enjoyed several fish- red tape. Keep your' homein V, "A' MAKESV :
,:; ing trips on Lake Okeechobee. good repairBishopWilson. experience in servicing all

. 'i / Mrs. C. A. Thomas, Mrs. Merrell ;
makes during
; I Lowe and Mrs. Lucille Williams OF CARS AND
: of South Bay spent the ,week-end
, in West :Palm Beach. 1 A'V V .5 the last ten years-than any I

I' l I 0 A R 1611wP I
T. A. Markette underwent an TRUCKS other dealer organization.
operation in a Tampa hospital o -* .
Tuesday. No word as to his con- 1 I
dition has been teceived. bttfO

Mrs. Gilbert Davis of Delray tMi inwill iHIP I IIRII l I
r1 .Beach is spending several days
1,I i here with her parents, Mr. and E S
Mrs R. L. Guthrie. *

II Mies Frances* Morgan spent the ." ---- -- Hub Chevrolet Conpany

I week-end at West Palm Beach Lbr. Co.
. with her sister, Miss Margaret

.:., f Morgan.b .-. I. Ciewi'tont Pla. : Clewiston Florida

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Porter Knew WhereTo
Gems of Thought
Get Quicker ServiceThe ....

young lovers were'trying to OUR COMIC SECTIONPETER \;\ "E JUDGE ourselves by i

find some quiet, secluded spot fora what we feel capable of I
long embrace. But everywherethey doing, while others judge us by \
what we have already done.
went there were people, people !
people. And the girl was shy. Longfellow.So 1 i
Suddenly the ;man had a bright night is grandeur to our dust.
idea. Triumphantly he led her to So near is God to man.

the railway station and, standing When Duty" whispers low, "Thou
beside the door of a railway car- B. The 'x
youth replies, "I can.
riage as though seeing her off, EMERSON.
kissed her fondly. I
PEEVE Remembrances
embellish life
After the couple had repeatedthe but I
forgetfulness alone
experiment at four or five different makes I
A/ it possible.-General Cialdini.No .
platforms, a sympathetic 1 I VllTO
strolled and whisperedto cord nor cable can so forcibly -
? porter up d G fNT I'
the young man: draw, or hold so fast, as
"Take 'er rahnd to the bus stop, SA 4L love can do with a twined
mate. They goes ev'ry three min- thread."':Burton.

utes from there." iri'yy f/-i


!: Hay fever, which annually u'Lllt HOME FRON e L,
j in-
causes more sneezes, more RUIN WYET PEARS
! flamed noses and more red,
I streaming eyes than any other is the time
Iscourge, may have its final big WNU Service) NOW to use every
scrap of old woolen goods that
fling this September, all because
/a Pennsylvania electrical engineer you have on hand. That old coat
I I was served a dish of corn meal the'moths got into; the dress fromwhich
I imushwhichwas entirely too salty. spots cannot be removed;
J The engineer, sneezing, and ? ,\.l// the 'trousers that are ragged at
I I with all other hay fever manifestations / the knees-all of the material in
I / stopped at'a hotel these may be made into handsome t.
where he was served a dish of -
: mush which he considered sending 1 : s hooked rugs that you will be proudto

i I back as it was much too salty. own.
i Finally he ate it, however; the The square rug in the sketchwas
I hay fever attack lessened, ultimately designed to fit in a smart
I I ceased. Next day he had U4t dressing table corner. The rose-

,i .i I three meals, all oversalted, and { I and-ribbon design in the chintz
his most comfortable '
( \ skirt and window valance
I ,(time in years in the "hay fever ) was copt -
' 'season." ---- -+ LLCr .
His analytical mind quickly
I grasped the possibility that the
saline I' substance in his food was lQ i
;responsible for his relief. i7L E D '
I About this time, Dr.,E. E. Sel- : I"

,leek, a graduate of Columbia Uni; i \ il 'It
:. versity, met the engineer, made f.
notes, and when he returned to d \ .
I his home, began experiments. Today ; AED-* s.
I. Dr. Selleck declares he has L REDDAOsE '
found a certain means of relief f;} HOOKED
f I for hay fever and is supported in '- LlGHT MEDIUM DESIGNADAPTED RUG' .
his contention by other medical t '. AND DARK BLUE
r experts, and a nationally known '?, FROM
chemical manufacturing concern, BACKGROUND CHINTZ
:the Hollings-Smith Company, at !
Orangeburg, New York, has tak- DID you FOLLOW YESSI ied in making a border and cen- tIter
en over making the remedy,whichis M.o. THE INSTRUCTIONS flower for the rug. It is easyto

called Nakamo Bell. ON THEBOTTLE make your own rug designs in
Describing the experiments, r. this to exactly suit room. .
way your :
Dr. Selleck said, "After I was p.o
sure I had found a means of 9 So begin today to plan a rug for
quickly relieving hay fever some special spot in your home.
through the chloride group, I .
NOTE: There are suggestions for preparing
tested it the most
in practicalway
hooked rug materials and for making
I knew. I held a three day original designs in BOOK 5 of the series
clinic, to which many hay fever 0.P. po2tdeleie of homemaking booklets which Mrs.

sufferers ,responded, from ages _. Spears has prepared for readers. Also .....
ranging( from 10 to 60 years. Each ::. < > : -"j BOOK 6 contains directions for a hooked
person was given two tabletswitha \ 'rug that any beginner can make easily
little water. Some relief came and quickly. The booklets are 10 cents
to all within ten minutes. Reports ''each. Plans for making a hooked rug
Ion :;frame will be included with your order, if
J these cases during the ensu- ;
requested. Address:
ing weeks showed practically a
,complete cessationolsymptoms.
([-Adv. '61 Tai Bell B dlute, fie.} MRS. RUTH WYETII SPEARS
Bedford Bills New York
Drawer 10

,. Enclose 10 cents for each book
( ,I', KEEP desired. I
Constipation! Why Not 'f WNA. .. -TN BOTTLE Name.............,................., '. t,;

GetandKeep"Regular"? .1 WERE THEY! WELL / Address.............................,. 'Ti

One of the commonest causesof n .
constipation Is sImply this: .r '0 .d. .. ,-7
Modem diets, fiuperrefined too ,;
often give us too little "bulk ....
food."In such cases,dosing with .. < .... ', EMOROLINE7I
cathartics and purges gives only .' A
temporary relief the trouble .
: r.h -
comes back again and again. ByJ. rr .. :t,:
The way to more lasting relief ; :
Millar Watt
is to get at the underlying cause J

" and correct it. For ONLY!01 Now
can do this by eating Ii .
KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN -"'-''''-''' W
dally. Less than
This delicious toasty cereal
sup- I -;
plies the needed "bulk." It acts ..
pleasantly; works principally on II
the contents of the colon, help- ,wNtls fTCIIQppvr 7I
Ing you to have easy and normal I, u 01Higher
elimination. In many cases, eat-
ing ALL-BRAN regularly and fl
drinking plenty of water brings
lasting freedom from constipa- V11 .
tion.Made by Kellogg's In Battle JUS' YOU WA\T\ a dose
Creek. If your condition is not c; TILL 1 AND OUT.. fose only as directed.
benefited by this simple treat- .
s ment,see your doctor. V A ,- WHAT THATOH.THAHK

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1 W.M.U. SERA/ICE V, i 4- Honey on cottage cheese, a dish I Is your dry floor mop too dirty \
,j' i centuries old, is being revived to- for further use? Wash it in warm
THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and "That will bring you to Friday, the evening at the clubhouse that
day. suds rinse
his wife. Lee are already on their way to no? Friday and Saturday you can Bill gets here in one"piece and sober. well, and dry in the
Tierra Libre when Jeff receives a note air, shaking it occasionally to restore -:
study what you have seen, then we I'll even dance with you without an
from Zora Mitchell warning them not to Denatured alcohol will remove fluffiness.
can get together' Sunday? "
come. Jeff is to be chief engineer for a say argument. the stain made on tablecloths by .
AlA newly organized fruit company. They There is so much to be done, no Lee snapped him up on that. "It'sa colored candles.
IIY arrive in Tierra Libre to find both Zora time to lose." bet and I'll hold you to it, Master- A teaspoon of vinegar beaten
and her husband dead, and Jeff suspects "Sunday will do very well." mind, see if I don't! I can get Inesto into boiled frosting when flavor-
they were murdered. Conversations "I am giving you a-ah, a sort of stay this evening, in case the The old family coffee pot can be ing is added will keep it. from be-.
with his employer, Senor Montaya, bodyguard Montaya kids wake up." She whipped up the kept sweet by occasionally boilingin ing brittle when cut. ,
and with his friends Jerry Mclnnis, Bill secretary "But must print dress, put it back, and pushed it a strong solution of borax. '.
went carefully.
Henderson and Slats Monahan confirm on, you .""'* .
I his suspicions that there is something .not be alarmed. I'' simply do not hangers back and forth. "Let's see, Soap jelly may be used for
.i strange going on and that Mitchell and want anything to happen to you, Mr.. something to dance in ." Kerosene will soften boots and shampooing upholstery or small
I Zora were killed because they knew too Curtis, that is all. Engineers with She selected a pastel organdie and shoes that have been hardened by rugs; for washing painted furni-
1 much. Now on a tour of inspection with your background in this work' we Curt found himself pressed into water and will render them as ture, woodwork and walls, ,for lingerie -
: Montaya he is troubled by the apparent. do not find-you. say-growing on service, to fasten the rhinestone pliant as new.r1&q washing and hair shampoos.
I: ly unfriendly attitude of Henderson and bushes." shoulder' buckles.
i Monahan. A talk with Monahan reveals
Curt waited. The hour passed and Bill Hender-
that he, too, suspects something is wrong.
I,, NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY "The man's name is Emilio Var- son hadn't arrived. Curt became
I gas. Tomorrow he will report to gradually quieter during that time, I Jiffy-Knit Jacket for a DollarPattern I. I
you. It is my wish that he go every- fiddling unconsciously with his pipe.
1 CHAPTER VII where with you when you are out Lee knew the signs, knew he was

on the job. Everywhere. Please, puzzled and disturbed. She ragged 7350 contains
l II The trip down river to Tempujo Mr. Curtis, observe this closely. You him some about giving her the eve- Jacket In sizes 12-14 16-18; illustrations of ..
.was a quick- one, running with the will find him a competent stenogra- ning so glibly, and made a show of stitches; materials needed. Send your or.
current. In the car going back to pher and quite helpful in relievingyou getting out his coat and panama- der to:
San Alejo they stopped but once- of minor details." "Just to be ready:" But they sat

', at the culvert and cribbing on which Curt pondered. A bodyguard for down to dinner alone. Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
__ Henderson's still at work. 82 Eighth Ave. New York
crew was
himself! That seemed to hint at The meal was not yet over when
) Curt had to talk with Henderson, danger to, the Chief Engineer.In the phone rang. Lee answered. Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
behind that he'd met cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
reserve the morning Emilio Vargas reported "For y'ou, dear, ,she said, one
with yesterday, learn some facts he at Curt's office. He was a hand over the transmitter. Her nose .............

could get his teeth into. Getting slick looking hombre, with sharp wrinkled as at a bad odor. 'The Name ...............................

warnings was no good unless you : features, olive-tinted skin, snappingeyes. Dark Lily.' And you're not to go Address .....eo..................eo..
knew what they were aimed against. i He had pointed teeth, and back to the office tonight, you hear

I But he needed a reason for stop- perfumed pomade glued his black me? You lost fair and square, and
.. ping, for the senor was reluctant. hair flat to his skull. revolver- a it's my evening. We're going to the
i Curt told Montaya he wasn't satisfied fancy chased affair in a holster that club!" 'Mechanical' Chess PlayerOne

i. about the size of culvert being had seen service, hung at his side. Curt frowned as he took the receiver -
installed. From his mouth drooped one of the from her. Montaya's words
"It wouldn't take too much strain native, sickly-sweet, brown-jacketed were crisp and direct."I of the greatest chess players -
to wash out that fill," he pointedout. cigarettes.Curt have just been told from Tem- was Kempelen's MechanicalMan
"Better to be safe than sorry." found Emilio a good guide pujo ,that Mr. Henderson has had a midget who, disguised as
Curt clambered down the steep an accident. He is unconscious and & ii an automaton, toured Europe dur-

'i embankment to examine the con- sinking rapidly. As you are an old ing the late 18th century and defeated -

'. crete pipe. He squatted on his heels, friend-" all leading players of the
Henderson beside him, to make jot- "I'll be right along. You're going, 3 time, says Collier's. He and his
' tings in his little notebook. He measured of course? Can we use a plane?" ; flda partner Kempelen were able to

I!, the flume and hammered on "Sorry, we have no lights at the fool the public because he was
i ,it. An act for "The Dark Lily," Tempujo field for night landing. :You very small and legless, played
,for they were not many feet from can get to the station in five min- with mechanical movements.
Montaya. By lowering their heads utes, no? Bueno. Dr. Berry has wore a costume having little doors

they could speak in tones that beennotified\ -" that, when opened, revealed only
\ wouldn't carry to the man above. "I'll be there!" ..d"uv turning wheels.
Curt sprinted to the bedroom and
Curt waited no time. "You puta
returned buckling on his belt.
note in my bag yesterday?
He grabbed Up his coat and hat, Soothe and relieve heat rash
"Yes, Curt. Look, Curt, I've got EAT
to have a long talk with But I gave Lee a flying kiss and explainedon B on you or baby with cool-
you. I J the to the door. THE ing Mexican Heat Powder.
ff1 'Yi2 way
not here and now, not in front of A Absorbsperepirationoften
Montaya." : aY "Henderson. Accident. "Tempujo.Be Ii E K 1 forerunner of heat rashes.
back when I get here.
"We'll manage it soon. Bill, Slats 4L* Besides the mestizo driver in the
Monahan tells me Mitch was wor- car that clanked down the mountainside -
ried for days before his murder. r.
f was Montaya, spotless as AI10.U5E5
) That right; 17350
r usual from fresh white shoes to pan-
"Well-1, yes, Curt, he was." ama; Dr. Berry, the American head, To relieve painful callouses,burning i:
"What about?" of the hospital; a' young burnt-blond HERE'S your cotton jiffy-knit or tenderness on bottom of feet
"I-uh, don't know. He didn't let fellow named Lister, carrying cam- jacket! Costs about a dollar and thin remove soothing callouses: cushioning set pads.these
me in on it. -looks exclusive-has ,an easy
era, flash, tripod and finally, Curt.
Henderson's voice had gone flat, Montaya was saying: "It v'ould pattern stitch, and is warm enoughfor 1 .1
, lifeless. Curt considered tried chilly evenings!
ll appear he was drunk you know
again. I his Mr. Curtis. So
1 1as 1t failing, long as
"Why was he in a dither about he did his job I had no objection,
i getting to the Zone?" but this ."
-ill \ Henderson looked startled. There had been a brief rain tonight Irs DO fun

.e "He wasn't," the lanky man said : clearing the atmosphere. 'j"to
slowly. "He only I know a fel- Though the airfield was a full kilo- ..:.
low there, name of Collins, comes meter away, grinding around a : have

from my home town, and Mitch curve Curt saw plainly the lighted
oh, hell, Curt," Henderson let go swimming pool and could make out MALARIArfAKE !
disgustedly, "this's why I want to tiny figures diving. Two more human

I ). talk to you, to tell you just enough ants were at tennis on the
i to keep from messing (
h you around V bright court.
I about Mitch's murder. I know you ... q Very little was, said during the J. I

from way back when something run to Tempujo, which took scarce- .
Curt found Emilio
dirty pops up. a good guide. ly thirty minutes. On the lower bad-

"Anyway, what's done is done and and untiring in the saddle. Fur- ly ballasted stretches the car rocked

it's no skin off your nose. You thermore, the young man was as1 dangerously. Young Lister chewed WI I1TERSMITWSTOIHCZ'71fhJ
I keep out of it and I'll give YQU some good at taking dictation-in Eng- gum incessantly, vigorously; Mon
i dam' good reasons why, soon's we lish-as Montaya had said. So he taya smoked his oversize Turkish
I can have a talk. You leave it to was an asset. He was also com- cigarettes, lighting one from another -,
me. I know what to'do and how to pany-of a sort. -he was on his third as they hit ,
do it, and there's nobody waiting First impressions suggestions, the many switches of the storage

\. for me" with a candle in the win- questions of the work at last on pa- yards. Dr. Berry dozed.

dow. per and out of the way, Curt phoned Henderson was stretched out on
"It's no skin off my nose," Curt Montaya for an appointment earlyon an examination table in the dispen-

growled, "unless whatever did for Sunday, then went home. It sary, in charge of Dr. Fisher, a HOUSE FLIES KILL BABIES
. Mitch is a danger to me by taking was his first breathing space. since newly graduated interne from the

over his job." arriving six days ago. States. Dr. ,Fisher's chief duties at (STOP iFElESi ANa-GElMS> WITH fcOWMOSfJL r-
"It won't be if you watch had been dishing
your- He played with the children for Tempujo out qui-
selfMontaya's two hours. Curt took quickly to nine or bandaging''minor' hurts of
feet, above, crunched Zora Mitchell's small daughter. The the laboring force, and the presentcase
on crushed rock as he tested foothold shyness of her first few days had seemed to be beyond him.

... for the easiest descent. worn off in the lively company of But so was it beyond his superior.Dr. .
I .. 'Curt rocked back on his heels, Buddy and Chuck, and her loneli- Berry straightened up after an F I r
made another note in his little book, ness for her mother was gradually examination of only' a few seconds,
'I then rose and climbed the embank- fading. Lee had seen to that. to shake his head.
I ment. Montaya was patently annoyed When it came time for the chil- "Hopeless,",he said bluntly. "Both Flies are enemies. They feast in dirty
J but got into the car without a dren's supper, Lee broke: up the legs broken, and several ribs-at places. Then they fly in.and light on
word. least five or six a blow the
play in brisk fashion. She'sent ; on YOU and YOUR FAJlrLYEAT
Curt, his foot on the running Curt to the shower, took charge of back of the head that has probably 'yourfood-and from and
I board, called down to Henderson. the children, and by the time Curt fractured the skull; the chest cavedin '' THEIR FILTH garbage
"By the Bill, try to lung punctured. It's privy! No wonder we have so much
t way get up to had had his bath and a cocktail, one a won-
\ San Alejo this week-end. Come to and was stretched out on the bed fora der he wasn't killed instantlyorthat t summer sickness from germs that are
I .;, dinner Saturday night and meet the few minutes of relaxation before he's lived this.long." N carried by flies! STOP flies and you

:, kids." dressing, the youngsters were out Bill Henderson was still alive, STOP SICKNESS CARRIED BY FLIES!
Montaya regained his suavity in of the way for the night. though unconscious, and frothing + and J .
Hardware Stortt
a few minutes and began to talk of Dinner time approached. This pink at the mouth in his wracking At Groc.ry, Drug ..
the work in general and efforts to breathe. He'd lost ? -J
plans for was the night Bill Henderson wouldbe a great t (jetTANGLEFOOT
the morrow. in for dinner. And that talk! deal of blood. Young Fisher kept

, "You have yet to go over the rest Curt was thinking, as he blew smoke swabbing the lips clean with gauze. Fly Paper
I of the tract before getting down to rings ceilingward. He'd make the Still about Henderson was the ** ".
/t catches: the Germ as well as the Fly/
work. I should like you to cover it mug talk! But how to do it with- smell of raw whiskey. Curt'sthoughts
tomorrow and the next day. Unfor- out Lee wising up? I were bitter. He'd seen so
tunately, I shall not be free." Thought of Lee was his Nemesis. I many men good men, clean of
"It's lot of She : heart-lose. out here in the tropics CONSISTENT
a territory, Curt said came breezing into the room,
j. thoughtfully. "Would you use a shooed him off the bed, made him because of drink. Now, Bill Hen. J
r. ? Is there dress. derson. And only a few days ago
G ,I" plane a place to land on I
r the flats?" "We'll give Bill Henderson one Bill had said he'd been on the wagon ADVERTISINGWhen

'! I" "No," was the snap answer to hour, no more," said she firmly, lay- for some time. To be sure,
I 'I this. '"It will be fatiguing but you ing out a print dress. "I've planned "some time" with him might not advertising is carried on for a long enough time, tho
: can do it by mule. The main drain- dinner so. Unless he's changed ." mean what it would to another, but name of the product advertised becomes a part of the daily
would he have to
gone drinking to-
age canal will take you one full "Wrong this time, honey," Curt night, when expected for dinner at life of the household, a trusted and respected thing. No
day, and there you can use an out- said cheerfully. He tucked a clean San Alejo? That wasn't like ',the old thing can be consistently advertised unless it is worthy of
board motorboat. You 'I
I can catch sport shirt inside his fresh white BUI. that trust and respect.
the rest on the second day. ducks. "Tell you what, I'll bet you (TO BE CONTINUED)

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BIRTHDAY OBSERVEDBY XIVEX. GARDNER HOSTESS salad course was served at the lives. at the peak of production II ] will be taken as confessed by you. ,
FOURTH JUNIOR GIRLS CLASS Close of play to Mrs. Owens. Mrs. and in the best of health. It.is further ordered that this 1
TO jI notice to
XALL JUMOR j appear be
WALKER I published once a
Berner, Mrs. G. H. .Small, Mrs. I j week for four (4) consecutive' weeks '_
.1 'I i Florida, because "of its location, .
The Junior Girls' class of the Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. W. E. Dilley, L"v.huClcw'fton News a newspaper.
Walker Nail, Jr. celebrated his I i I Community Sunday School met ati [Mrs. P. 'M. McIntyre and Mrs. C. i i may be easily reached from most I in Hendry;and County of ,general Florida.circulation

tourth birthday at, his home on the home of Niven Gardner Friday E.. Miner. \((defense production centers, and iti WITNESS my hand / and official
I i I the I seal of said court, this 27th day of
government reservation on August evening. Louise Prewitt, president Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertainedher i lis pointed out that a week or so'! August A' D. 1942-
29th. Refreshments, of ice cream I'I presided at the meeting. bridge club Wednesday after- I iof Florida sunshine this winter (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.
I 1 I Games were enjoyed during the noon. Mrs. Otto Larsen was win- I will prove a tonic that will insure Clerk of the Circuit Court
and cake were served after the social hour and Mrs. Fletcher ner of first prize and Mrs. C. J. increased production., H A.Solicitor. RIDER of Hendry County Florida.t

games to the following children: I Gardner and Mrs., C. J. Bjornsen Nielsen won' second prize. Playing !|II forComplainant.
1>'Wayne Waldron, Johnny Rogers, Mrs.' Nielsen, I .
refreshments. were Mrs., Larsen,
served It is estimated that, fully 75 percent Sept. 4. 11, 18, 25.
lary Catherine Francis, Judy Attending the party* were Car- Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. N. V. S. r
Francis, Wanda Sue Davis, Eddie line Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Bobby Mumford, Mrs. R, C. Wilson, Mrs.F of the economic plants grown ..

Jo Davis, Nadine Bembry, Wanda Jean and Joy Crouch of Lake Har- E. Conkling, Mrs. J. E. Beards- in the United States have been Introduced -I NOTICESept.. 11,. 1942
Bembry, Patsy Casper, Janet Casper bor, Carol and .Harriet Alston, ley and Mrs. W. E. ,Dilley. fro mother lands.. /
Nall; Gene Mathis, John' I
,- Billy Anne and Louise Prewitt, Rachel I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I
Perry, Jerry Bolton, Sharon Phil, Miner and Pat Bailey- ix THE cincriT COURT OF HEX- pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter '
lips,; Patsy Elder, Gene Anderson, Taboo On Vacations DRY COUNTY FLORIDA. 18296 Laws of I Florida Acts of 1937,
I as the
Vowell, Eleanor fallowing
Jerry BRIDGE CLUBS described land in Hendry'County
Charlotte Krueger. .': ,: I Announced By Brown will be offered for sale at
; ROBERT EUGENE KETRING. public outcry for the highest and
Mrs. Nail was assisted by Mrs.Judson Mrs. M., E. Von Mach entertained Plaintiff best cash bid, subject to the right
vs.EVHLYN. of the Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Miriam Nail and I
Francis her bridge club Wednesday eve- : '
: MARGARET LUCKEY KET- Fund to reject any and
Collier. Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 9- RING nil bids at the Courthouse
June ning at her home. First prize was ..." : beginning
"vacation" is Defendant. at lO o clock A M on the 2nd day of
(FNS-The word
: won by Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and I XOTICH TO APPEAR October 1942. Easement for road
CLEWISTOX.;. second by Mrs. Carl Berner. A out for the duration, general man- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: right of way 100 feet wide will be .
CIiUPCHSunday EVEr.VN MARGARET LUCKEY KET- reserved from. any parcel through &1
COMMUNITY ; ager Earl Brown of the Florida I I RING, whose residence and address which there is an existing State
": ; ., '. Is 1223 East 37th Street Road:
School 9:45: a.', m National Exhibits told membersof I I Savannah Georgia: Lots 1 to 16, 19, 21 to 40 Blk
i You are hereby ordered to appear A, and Lots 1 to 9, ,'
11 13
to 15
service: 11 'a. m. his personnel, and all were instructed '
on Monday, the 5th day of October, 18 to 40 Block B and Lots 20 to
The vacation season is about J. M. COUSECounselor to sell Florida as thenation's A. D. 1942, a Rule Day- of the above 40 Block D Palm Heights, a sub-
styled court, in the office of the division of Blocks 106 to 109
over and the work of the church "furlough land". Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hendry Belle. La-
should be renewed with increased and Attorney at Law Stress is laid on the imperativeneed County, Florida, in LaBelle. Florida TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL

interest and action. We urge' all Hopkins Building of civilian as well as military to the in bill the of above complaint entitled filed cause againstyou by STATE IMPROVEMENT OF FLORIDA UND OF THE

present workers to take an even Wednesdays and Saturdays "furloughs" as a means of keepingthe Robert Eugene Ketring, the same being By WILLIAM'; T. HULL.
a suit for divorce, and in defaultthereot' '
Agent for Trustees
I I Fund.
We have need of nation's workers and execu-
greater part. 0:30 to 4:00Johnson's the allegations of said bill Sept. 11-It.MIIIIIIIIIIIW L
"new workers in the leadership of _._
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'the church. In these days of war I
\ve especially need faith and hope. I

"We must turn to the church for

strength.As Fish CampNear I IEEP 'Ell .OLLIII
the fall program gets underway
many changes will be necessary ( Hurricane Gate)

many new ideas will be need- Clewiston, Fla.

ed. The program will be expanded.The Boats and Motors-Guide Service ,
Community Church is a Rates ReasonableW. t?

. church for all Protestants. Join H. Johnson, Mgr.

I with us for fellowship and service. tI

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