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 25, 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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fe' ROOM MOTHERS ARE I COUNTY AREA TO BE Peeples and Boe Record Season ForecastBy

In Glades RunOff"Little


Sugar Corporation
Joe" Peeples of. Citrus

i MEETING OF P.-T. A. FOR DEER KILLING from Center Glades, son County of the was late high legislator man -I _____

777 .:, 1- in the three-man race in that coun- C. A. Thomas Dies ] Latter, Part of OctoberSet

[--" ", At the first Parent-Teacher Association -1I On and after October 2 the part ty Tuesday to name a successorto

r.::;. meeting of the year held I of Hendry County lying south of his father as representative. R. In Local Hospital For Beginningof ,
Boe, a former legislator, from that '
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. E. C. Mills the township line between town- I'
; -presidentannounced the room rep- county in the session of 1935, New HarvestJay
ships 46 and 47 or the area lying polled the next highest vote and I
resentatives for the year. These C. A. Thomas, 52, of Lake .Har
: ;', 'representatives, formerly called south of the state quarantine fence I will be in the run-off with Mr. I bor, prominent vegetable grower

sr-;";c" room mothers, were appointed by and: the Big Cypress swamp and. Peeples on the coming Tuesday.The of the lake area, died suddenly) W. Moran, executive vice-

X' the executive board in cooperation the area adjacent thereto: will be second place position was a Saturday night at the Clewiston president 'of the United States Sugar -

with the, teachers. close race between Mr. Boe and Hospital of a heart attack. It isl Corporation, stated this: morn-
f';:' open to the killing of deer, it was Carr Settle, managing editor of the
ing that
r. .": The representatives are: understood that he had entered the summer conditioningof
announced this week by I. N. Ken- Glades County Democrat. Settle hospital that day for treatment i sugar house equipment and roll-
; First grade, Mrs. W. E. Arnold, [ ,
: Mrs. S. L. Crochet; nedy, executive secretary of the held a two vote lead over Boe MrThomas and his. oldest son.i ing stock was virtually completed
', when the last precinct, Tasmania, C. E. (Mutt Thomas having been rushed for the
'w, :.; Second, Mrs. Gene Powers, Mrs. game and fresh water fish com- ) were the I opening -
was heard from at noon Wednes- only survivors of a large family of the new sugar season the
: .
J. W.
Rodgers; mission.B. ( I
day. This precinct gave Boe eleven when their home was swept away latter part of October. He aid
Third, Mrs. W. J., Mathis, Mrs. F. Smoak, of Punta Gorda, votes and. Settle 2. by the 1928 hurricane at Lake l I I that he was yet unable to name

.t B. J. Schroeder; chief conservation officer for the The total vote In the first pri- Harbor but he returned there fol- the exact date of the harvest open

f/: '. Fourth, Mrs., Olin Waters, Mrs. first congressional district, says)I mary for' each of the three candi- lowing the storm and continuedto
: ing.Mr.
c Roy Alston;; that there is no limit to the number dates was: Peeples 253; Boe 165 make his home there until his Moran expects this to' be

'r::: ? Fifth, Mrs. J., E. Frazier, Mrs. I of deer :which may be takenin and Settle 158. death. He had extensive land hold- the largest sugar cane' crop in the

r.!, Pt. H. Knight. this particular area and that ings including a goodly part of I history of the ,Everglades with a

Sixth, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. the sex of the deer will not mat- Ritta Island. harvest of about 100t>00 tons anticipated -

,:" ; .A. Toulis; ter. He pointed out, however, thatno W. C. OWEN ELECTED Funeral services were held Tues-I which will help in filling

,:, Seventh, Mrs. F. Erler, Mrs. Edward other game can be hunted except day morning at ten o'clock at the the bowls of a sugar-short nation.In .

"r,:' Conkling; deer. New hunting licenses, Lake Harbor church after which addition to a record sugar

l' < Eighth, Mrs. Clarence Benbow, soon on sale, and covering ,the new PRESIDENT KIWANIS the body was taken to the Glades crop, the company also anticipates

4';;:) Mrs. Ben Bolton; hunting season, will cover deer County cemetery at Ortona for interment production of some 5,000,000 gal-

'i::,', Ninth, Mrs. R. J. Devane, Mrs. hunting in this area. beside the bodies of members lons of blackstrap molasses, which
:'::- 3U. A. Thomas; This deer killing in this area I CLUB FOR NEW YEAR :I of his family who were storm 'will contribute to the war effortin

'y 'c, '" Tenth, Mrs. JE.. Beardsley., Mrs. is in compliance with the State I I'victims. its final form of smokeless pow-

,3; U.: 11. Hall; Livestock Commission's, quarantine Survivors Include his widow and der.With

:"', Eleventh, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. which provides for the slaughterof I W. C. Owen was elected presi- two-year old son, Jeff, and his the opening of the season
):.. Arch Hodges; deer to prevent the spread of dent of the Clewiston Kiwanis Club older son, C. E. Thomas.ANNOUNCEMENT. the sugar house, largest in the
: the cattle fever tick.. when annual I nation, will into
l: :; Twelfth, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, the election of officers go production on
was held at the regular a 24-hour basis that will continuefor
i ..w -" }Irs. H. S. McDuffie. I
weekly dinner meeting of the club the following six months.
made interesting
;:./ Miss Mary Neeley an IS
i\J' talk explaining the duties EXAMS FACED BY '1' at the Inn Wednesday ,evening. Grinding operations at the sugar
Hub Spooner was chosen to serveas house have increased steadily for
of the room representatives and
>, 'the aims of the 'Parent-Teacher As- vice-president during the com- MADE CONCERNINGAIR the past five seasons, jumping from

l: ""0 sociation. DRIVERS WHO FAIL ing year. 5,000 tons'of cane per day to 7,048,
i a record set during the last
Principal R. W. Turk introducedthe Retiring President R. M. Bishopdid sea-
:son, when 288 carloads of
: teachers, several of whom are not name a nominating'' com- RAID SIRENThe cane
: TO BUY LICENSESHere's were ground in a single 24-hour
I .f- new this year. He spoke on the mittee, it having been decided that
fS. ,;', changing picture of the American elections could more easily be han- period.

I .- '; educational system, and described dled with nominations from the local defense council makes The new season is expected to

I ". ." :some of the problems of school the penalty faced by mo- floor. There were no floor nomi- the following announcement con- be the longest as well as the larg-

IX': administration today. torists who fall to get their 1943 nations, however, ind slips of paper cerning the use of the air raid est, Moran said. Through the development -

The Association : voted to pur- drivers licenses.,.before next Thursday were passed to each member ,upon siren and hopes that it will be read of late-maturing cane,
',;r.' *cha s'e'a"menabecship'an: """the "Asso'ci-" t : : moTning.October; :) '1-they, which to write hie-: selections for by all residents r so .the l1se' of ,the I l the grinding season' ,has been dou:

: ation -Visuftl Education of the must apply to the state highway the elective positions., siren cannot be misunderstood. bled in the last decade, rising from

t Florida: Extension Department at patrolman,' take a written. examination The seven directors', who act as Whenever the air raid siren alone I three months to more than six

the University for the Clewiston on Florida's laws and road a governing body for the club, is sounded, it means' an air raid. months and giving employment to

'S hool. The fee of $25 per year rules, pass an eye-test<,and pass were elected. as follows: J. E. The air raid siren alone will not more than 5,000'employees of the

:io:., purchases one film which this the actual driving exam'lnation.There Beardsley, E. M. ,Cornette, J. W. be used for fire or on any other company.
r{;? ': school then places in the library will positively be no exceptions Ezelle, G.- E. Etherton, A. W. Sias, occasion. A series of blasts at intervals Hand labor for cutting cane'will

l.l'; at the extension department. The made to this requirement 'R. W.. Turk and R. C. Wilson. of about eight seconds on be supplemented by the use of
and drivers who fail to thel I the siren is the air raid'signal.. mechanical harvesters this seasonas
iJ-, school receives one film of its pass The secretary-treasurer, an appointive -
result of'labor.
i.J1 .own selection from the library each examination the first time will be officer, will be named by The new air raid siren is a much a the shortage

6 ( week during the school year. Mrs. required to study up and take the the directors and officers' at an I heavier siren than the fire siren The corporation has not used the

:; ; )hills, reporting on the purchase of examination again. executive meeting to be held later. and its tone is deeper and more mechanical harvesters to any great
J extent heretofore due to the fact
'' black-out shades for the auditorium Until next Thursday, however, A. W. Lawrence now holds this penetrating and can be heard: ata

p; : :' .r said that the shades were motorists Who have a 1942 drivers position and has done so for sev-I great distance. In order to makesure that they wished to give employ-

11': : being made up at the factory and I'i license, may, purchase their 1943 eral years.Another. : that...-. the siren 'U 10 ]rcpt .in.. n<_.r- ment to as many heads as possible."It .
is a known fact", said Mr,
; would be installed 'as soon as com license by making application to fect condition, however, it will be Moran -
"that there is labor shortage
; pleted. These will permit the Miss Margaret VonMach at Hub sounded jointly with the regular! a
Class Cadets I. and everyone in the lake region -
school to get the fullest use of Chevrolet company. fire siren at twelve o'clock noon I
is sure to 'feel it. It would
4' r the moving picture machine which Florida Highway Patrolman Ri! each day. This is one sustained i

F : it owns. I i E. ,Hamrick warns drivers in'I Graduates Wednesday! blast of both sirens and is the seem helpful and taken important to retain some labor
measures were -
Another item of business which I} Glades and Hendry counties that: sound which is now heard at noon
in zones of employment to
received, favorable attention was, he has been given strict orders to I
daily.When of
prevent complete disruption
y; Another class of Royal Air Force
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the series of
begin next Thursday morning, I agricultural industries."
,4. October first, checking drivers for cadets finished their training'course staccato blasts at intervals of eight I I

RAF Cadet Finds Old I their: new licenses, and that his at Riddle Field this week and received seconds are heard, the signal will'I
their wings at ceremonies Heavy Rain FallsIn
instructions are to arrest every) mean an' air raid. There will be I

Friends In Clewiston driver who is driving without the held Wednesday at eleven o'clock. I no occasion to telephone or make I
proper license. I The number of graduating cadets inquiry of anyone and every, resi- South Lake AreaA

was not disclosed but a report j dent should remember' this and
There is bound to be a big rush the !
Alfred Henriquez, RAF cadet in given some publicity that class should conduct himself accordinglyin
these licenses between and
I now without heavy rain 'which concentratedin
training at Riddle Field, has found October first for only small had graduate'd' a single II order that the work of the de-
I a percentage failure refuted Squadron the lake area between Clewis-
was by
proof that the world is the ,small have been issued. Drivers fense council may be carried on
Leader Geo. Burdick this morn- ton and South Bay early last night
place that it's often been pictured. I would do well to at the with as little confusion as possible.
% go ing. He did not say how many brought an inch and a half of ,rain
The discovery was shared by the
possible moment and obtain their to Clewiston and an of
I I members of the class failed to average
F. E. Conkling family when the licenses.! Those failing to get theirs Constable's Car Is
complete the course. four inches in the entire area af-
-,,, cadet walked unannounced into I before the deadline will be required fected.

:,f:;. their home last week., The Conk-, to wait untlt"they can take The wings presentation cere- Destroyed FireThe The fall season, to date, has
was, held in the center of the
families mony
ling and Henriquez were
: I the examination to
'I get li- been exceptionally dry and it is
next-tdoor neighbors and good building site at the flagpole with
{ very censes. Ford sedan furnished by not believed that this rain, although -
wings being presented by ,Squadron -
; friends on a sugar plantation in
Mr. .Hamrick is giving the drivers the City of Clewiston for Constable unusually heavy, will seri-
.'' i II Leader T. O. Prickett and diplomas
".' Cuba several years ago, but had '
: I. S. Bell almost completely
examinations here Saturday after was ously affect planting operations
: lost contact with each other'' in I by ,John Paul Riddle, president -
noon beginning at two o'clock. He I of the Riddle-McKay Aero destroyed by fire about six o'clock unless followed by other heavy-
t\\;'< the intervening years. I gives them in Moore Haven Wednesday I i this morning while parked in front showers.
The British cadet had been stationed College of Miami. A number of i J I
; believed
of his home. The fire was -
afternoon and in LaBelle
'1" here for five weeks when I friends of the cadets were admit-
morning. : to have been caused by de- SEVERAL LOCAL MEN
;::;;'.,:, a letter came from an uncle In i any ted for the ceremony.
fective ignition wiring. ARE RECRUITED BY NAVYA
'J;) Havana saying that friends of his, The graduating cadets left Wed- ,
The fire was not by
.jy: .. Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Fuller, were Eddie Hargraves Buys nesday morning for Canada to ; Constable Bell until a box of pistol recruiter from the U. S. Navy
fr; in Clewiston and suggesting that await assignment there to the vari- Recruiting Sub-Station in West
cartridges in the seat began explod-
I }:: American Cafe Here ous war fronts and their places I
\ the nephew call on them. Henriquez ing. He rushed out and with a Palm Beach will be In Clewiston
I i .:: made the call as suggested and I were taken by a new class which '''garden, hose had the blaze almost again this afternoon to enlist recruits -

:_: in the course of a pleasant visit arrived this, morning from Canada. for the Navy.As .
l-; \ Eddie Hargraves of Okeechobeethis i out when thefire engine arrived.
:- and conversation the Fullers told, week purchased the American The upholstery and interior of a result of several trips to

t ? him that another family whom Cafe, located near the old theater 1 Bridge Is Repaired the car was entirely destroyed; but Clewiston the station in recent
: they had known in Cuba was in II I weeks has enlisted ten men from
in the Goff Building from Mrs.G. luckily the tires were uninjured.
Clewiston. Henriquez was delighted -I Clewiston. Four of these, JamesK.
I' H. Wynn and took over active On Francisco Street
: .- ed when he learned that the fam-I I management of the place yester-1 I One Case TriedIn Weaver, J. W. Grantham, JohnS.

', ily was the next-door neighbor. t I Taylor and Curtis K. Golden,

,:; ; In the intervening years they day.Mr.. Hargraves has operated a A crew of city workmen this Circuit Court enlisted in the Seabees, the Navy's

,#, ," '\ Conkling boys, Frank and Eddie, I cafe in Okeechobee for a ,number week tore out virtually all of the I construction battalion and are now

-. have grown from the toddlers: they of years and will specialize in old bridge on Francisco Street Joe Darden, sugar corporationcane waiting orders to report to Nor-
,:.: were when the kindly neighbor lad, j Bare Beach folk for training.
chicken, steak and ,frog-leg dinnersin across the drainage canal and have I cutter in the
Alfred Henriquez, used 'to tend addition to regular meals and almost completed rebuilding the Camp was found not 'guilty of a The other six men have recently

F. ,,', them so the mother could have a short orders. The place will be I structure. I) second-degree murder charge by a I been sworn into the Navy at the

:..; few free hours occasionally. Mrs. operated under the name of Eddie's City Engineer E. E. Gross said circuit court jury Tuesday after recruiting station are Oris L. Bur-
r: :-' Conkling is now most delighted to Cafe. that the bridge was in much worse II noon in LaBelle. This was the kett, Robert Clark Daniels, Her-

f Ij/;;. find opportunity to return the shape than had been at, first only case on the criminal docket bert M. Daniels, Paul HIte, Robert

" kindness at a time when it is Famed Wakulla Springs, near thought and the materials for two I for the fall term of court.. Alfred Chapman and Willie W.

deeply appreciated, and RAF Cadet Tallahassee, have proved a popular of four bridge repair. jobs had to I Darden fatally stabbed another Ricks.

; Alfred Henriquez will be a welcome resort this summer for visitors: be used in this one bridge. The negro, Charlie Peterson on July Eugene Kozloff, recruiter-in-
member of her household when he seeking a delightful vacation close roadway has been raised and will 25th in the Bare Beach camp following charge is well pleased with the

has free time during his Clewiston I, to home, according to manager' eliminate the timber runners pre- a short argument betweenthe results of the trips into the terri-

training. (l Newton D. Perry. \viously placed on the bridge. two men. tory around Clewiston .....JL ,

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w.tJ.U.sER.VICe ad if I' <:: A rug shifted every six monthsso Remove tea from old tea balls, 11
that all sections have a turn at wash
and she died. Well "You had several possibilities and use the bags for
Curtis and knew something, say you
Jeff the
SO :
THE STORY more traveled parts of the spices where it is undesirable I
to be Lee reminded him. ]
their way these two deaths would seem
already on
his wife, Lee, are floor will of
give more wear. the
years '
spices in
note of "Yes. Well let's back to Mitchell. a mixture after
to TIerra Libre when he receives a for the purpose covering up go s' *
from Zora Mitchell warning them not to Mitchell's murder. Then, the crux The fact remains that Mitchellwas their flavor has. been extracted.
To .
come. They arrive to find both Zora of the whole business is why Mitch slowing up the work. That's prevent mold from growingon I
and her husband dead. Although he Investigated was killed. Was it really a personal conclusive. But why? Was he real- stored fat be sure the containeris Wash ice cream boxes, dry them
,the fruit company that hired Asso- dry, cook until the "moisture is and store seeds in them
chief grudge, or was it something deeper ly working for C. A. T. or for with the
hlni before accepting a Job as all outwhen cooking down the fat
ciated rising com- name written on the box
of ? He paused. say, to prevent along
engineer, Jeff Is already for storing keep in a dry place. with
the company and of his employer, Senor "Go on," Lee said, in a small far- petition? .' any special planting informa-
Montaya. Conversations with Jerry MeInnls voice. "Well-1, in that case Montaya tion.
who works for a rival company, away"Well, Mitch was no fool, yet at might have reason to kill him. But To prepare uncoated iron or CS
and with Bill Henderson and Slats Mona- the rate the work was going here, Jeff, I simply can't ,see Mitchell as steel for painting, wire brush it, Add a small onion, a pinch atging'er
han reveal that there "something goingon the coming rainy season would have that kind of snake-in-the-grass. unless it is extremely corroded. In a few cloves and a bay
and that Mitchell and Zora much.were Bill flooded the whole valley again. The Whatever we might, say about his that case, crude oil or spent lubricating leaf as a gourmet trick when boil-
killed because they knew too all the done social he was certainly hon- oil will loosen the rust. ing corned beef.
Henderson is Wiled, and Jeff Is con railroad and planting graces,
vinced his death Is murder. Jeff and this year would have been washedout est about his work. That's my idea." t
Montaya are talking to the company'stwo !" "Mine, too. All right, could Old
flyers, Ryden and Lannestock.NOW "Jeff, what, are you driving at?" Man Moore have ordered it done? Watchmaker Kept Word
CONTINUE WITH THE STORY "Just this. You've read my con- You'know big business has few_scru- As Well as Man Waiting! Are You Needlessly

tract. Pretty stiff one. I'm abso- ples when the matter of money" 'and Suffering Constipation?
CHAPTER IX lute boss in my department-practi- competition is concerned. The customer was obviouslyvery
cally-so long as I follow the plans Lee shook her head. Light from angry as he strode into the Many people think that consti-
This trend of talk was not to his laid down. Well, if Mitchell had a the room beyond faintly outlined the watch-repairer's shop. pation Is "one of those things"you
liking, and Montaya patted Karl Ry contract like mine, and we can as- two on the couch. It was a posi- "Look here!I" he shouted. "I only must thing put you up can with.do That Is take the a
den comfortingly on the shoulderand sume he did have, and if he was tive shake. brought my watch here a month purge or cathartic-and hope It I I
steered the conversation into deliberately slowing up the work, "No. I wouldn't have put it past ago, and it's not mended yet." doesn't come soon again. How 1
other channels, mentioning at last then his death was very convenientfor him if this were twenty years ago. "Well, sir," said the other sooth- lions foolish of that others Is have if you.the like ordinary mU- I
the fatal injury of Bill Henderson Montaya." i He's older now, more careful and ingly, "we're short-handed and kind of constipation that's due
'the night before. "Sabotage! You're advancing thatas : sly. And.I don't believe he's that spare parts are hard to get. Re- to lack of "bulk" in the diet.
"They were good friends, the the reason? You think Montayahad much concerned today about, what member there's a war anI"! Kellogg's All-Bran is probably
Just what need! This
:three of them. Karl and Gosta him killed?" competition he'd get from this out- To the customer that was the delicious cereal you has the "bulk"-crisp,

both feel Henderson's death keen- "I don't say' that, honey," Curt an fit." last straw. forming properties your intes-
ly." swered doggedly. "It simply seemsa "It may be pretty stiff competition "I know all about that!" he tines need to function "regular-
The proprieties satisfied, Montayaput possible answer." Lee! Things look mighty good raved. "But you have the impudence ly"trouble! It gets and at corrects the cause it -of helps your

a period to the meeting, muchto "Well," Lee replied slowly, "I here for bananas." to display a notice in your you get back to normal, easy
the young men's relief. don't like Senor Montaya. "Even so," she answered. "No, window that watches will be repaired elimination. Eat All-Bran regu-
"You haven't visited the airfield know you I can't accept that." while you wait." larly, drink plenty of water, and

yet, Mr. Curtis," Montaya said in F "Well," he went on, "suppose With a, beaming smile, the help pation.free All-Bran yourself Is from made consti by J
parting. "You can telephone any Montaya-this. is his project, lock, watchmaker retorted: Kellogg's in Battle Creek. If
time it is-ah, convenient, to learn if stock, and barrel-suppose Montayahas "Well, you are waiting, ain't your condition is not helped by
Karl or Gosta is there to show you a personal enemy determined to ?" this simple treatment wise
you to
see a doctor.
about. If you play tennis, they will wipe him out, who goes to work on
be glad to have a new partner." his Chief Engineer as the most important -
The three men left. Curt settled single factor for the pur- Fit for a KingThe
back in his chair, hoisted his-feet, pose." At Our BestIf
reached for his pouch. He felt She thought this over. finest ''palace in India, a everyone would do as well as,
vaguely unsatisfied and couldn't "That theory's full of holes. Why country famed for its palaces, is possible for even one day, we all
put his finger on the reason.It wouldn't such an enemy go after Government House, the home of should do well.-Henry Ford.MINORNSMOROLONE.
Montaya direct?" the British viceroy in New Delhi,
was Tuesday evening. The chil- i "Make him suffer piecemeal?" says Collier's. Costing $13,000,000and Y
dren had been put to bed, and Curt I J /a (1 Curt suggested. "Bit by bit?" requiring 15 years to build,
was lounging on the darkened ve- i iya&
this two-storied residence'contains
"No. That wouldn't explain Mitchell's -'
randa, propped up with cushions, work. That's 340 rooms, 14 elevators, 227 columns BUR
the an
Lee in the curve of his arm. His slowing up 35 fountains. CUTS PETROLEUM JELLY I
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dangling left foot lazily pushed the important" angle, from all you'vesaid.

couch-hammock back and forth. It .
was the half-hour after dinner that "I know."
':he was snatching for himself. ) "Darling," said Lee, troubled,
They'd held a silence for some "we're right back where we started.I .
time, lulled ,by the gentle rattlingof can see your point, in wanting to
young palms in the evening know more. But oh, Jeff, darling,
, :breeze', so like rain f on a tin roof: t be careful. :IJon't do anything that ;-I.=--: "" tr ; t
The lightning slither of a lizard dart- would put you in danger. I just tiN l y
ing up the screen to the wide over- couldn't bear it if anything should-
hanging eaves roused Curt. He sat should happen to you. And ,we've
'straight and reached into a hip pocket the children." l 9
for his tobacco pouch. When he He pu11ed'h r to him.
spoke it was' in a sober voice. At'I'a "Don't worry, ,sweetheart," he
said his words muffled in the thick-
"Lee, I'm worried. No, not wor- ,
ried-puzzled is the word. There's ness of her, hair. "I'm no fool. I
something rotten going on here, andI u tI shan't stick my neck out. I can't
don't know what it'is. I'm afraidof 'Mp forget you and the kids. But I
stepping into something unaware. can't' promise to drop ''the matter
Like Mitchell'might have. If I knew I M completely.' I've got to know what's'
what it was, I could steer clear." behind Mitch's murder. I'vegot to,"
"What-what do you mean, Jeff?" Curt insisted, "to protect myself
"You remarked about the coinci- from a possible similar danger. I
dence of those three deaths. I didn't "'T" can't help feeling that Montaya'sin

intend to go over"this with you, but "You think Montaya had him back of all this, but I don't see
you're level-headed and whatever it killed?" myself in any danger because, I'm t
is I've got us into, you're in it. You too valuable to .him."
should have the whole picture." I don't, either. But that's simply The following day Curt,took to the
"Jeff, what are you trying to personal taste on our part.We have no field again. He made a fast tripto
say?" reason to dislike him. Or have we?" the levee camp, saw his plans for
"Lee, I'm convinced those three "No." speeding the work were coming right
deaths were no coincidence. That "It's an ironclad, contract you along, tried again to get Monahan
they were all deliberate murders. have, sure-for Montaya. There'san aside. It was no go.
The second and third, I suspect, to escape clause which would let But Vargas did have his uses. ,Not Creed
cover up the first." him cancel the contract if you only did he relieve Curt of many My

"I knew it! Zora Mitchell couldn't should turn out incompetent or un minor details, but he kept an eye .
possibly have committed suicide! satisfactory. Surely he could have on his well-being, too. He saw to
Not the Zora I used to know. But got 'rid of Mitchell in a case of it there were lunches and vacuumed
Bill Henderson? What you told me sabotage." drinks when they'd be too far from TT BELIEVE in nationally advertised

about his accident ." "Sabotage is difficult to prove camp or village. And on this trip, 1 brands. They are trusted friends
Curt was silent a moment. "I sometimes!I" 'Curt exclaimed. "For when Curt scratched his arm bad
know. It looked like an, accident, example, I've found Mitchell was ly on a poisonous puncture-weed, in'my house, for national advertisingis

sure enough. But'Lee, last Wednesday making the dragline men use cables Emilio was close at hand to drag a pledge of quality. a guaranteeof
Bill told me he knew who killed too slender for, the job. They kept out a first-aid kit and swabit with J
Mitch, and then refused to tell me breaking. Every break slowed up mercurochrome. He also insistedon the maker's good,faith.I .
anything more for fear of involvingme. the work a little more. There are returning to San Alejo early, that
He pointed out my precarious many ways he could, or I could, the wound might be better cared for., believe that manufacturers who win
position, having you and the kids slow up the work without enabling The mercurochrome had little effect millions of friends through advertising
here. Said he'd work it out him- Montaya to invoke that clause you \,and the flesh about the scratch .I
self, for me to keep hands off. Well, mention. swelled. Reaching San Alejo in the will never betray these friends
I was all set to get behind that on "That clause isn't as elastic as' '
middle of the afternoon Curt
unloaded -
quality demanding
Saturday night, and you know what you think. A court, in an ensuing himself of musette bag, field by lessening

happened." breach of contract case against the glasses, pistol and cartridge belt, as unfair prices or by substituting
He felt Lee stiffen beside him company had Mitchell been let out,
he piled out of the motorcar at' the inferior ingredients.I .
but she didn't speak.He might have obliged Montaya to pay station.

went 'on. "You didn't know, heavy damages. Not only for remainder "I'll go on to the hospital from going to show approval by
under am my
of salary
I ,didn't tell you, but Zora Mitchell contract, here," he told Emilio. "You can
sent me an urgent note warning me but punitive" damages for injury to drop these at the office for me. I'll observing- Nationally Advertised

not to come to Tierra Libre, not to reputation. see you in the morning." Week* I ,all
Brands to joinme
"I see what you mean, Lee said urge you
bring my family. I got it in New Leaving the doctor's office, Curt
Orleans and like a fool didn't look at slowly. "But no, Jeff, I can't see took a turn in the corridor by mis- in asking for nationally adver-
that batch of mail readdressed to Montaya having Mitchell killed for himself in the
take and found patio
tised brands that week 'and
such simple And
'us any reason. two every
until we'd dropped the pilot and used by convalescents. Since hehadn't
,were out in the Gulf. Then it other murders, too!I" into It is
was yet had a full look around, time you go a drug store.
too late to do anything about it. I "One planned murder," Curt he decided to' push on farther.
out. "The other two the surest way to safeguard the
kept quiet, not wanting to alarm pointed were
The( patio was squared by hospitaland
you. I intended to talk with her follow-ups. health and happiness of family.
service buildings, open at the your
said nothing.
first chance I got. But she-died.
rear corners. Wandering out one of
He read fear in Lee's voice when "Well, another point. Montaya's / these openings Curt found himselfat
she finally said, "Jeff, what are you put this Emilio Vargas on my tail i the brink of a sharply descending -
leading up to?" as a bodyguard. Lee, I never had ravine. From here he had a NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS WEEK
"I don't know, Lee, I don't know. any trouble with native labororany much wider view of the airfield than
I've been going over this business labor. Kid 'em along and you i obtainable from the railroad. There October 2-12
until I'm dizzy! Look. Here are sev- can get anything done. I don't needa were men on the field and both
eral possibilities. Listen and give bodyguard. Montaya may or may planes were in front of their hangar.He .
me reactions." not be involved in these murders- face at
your pulled a sour thoughtof
"Go on." either way, I can understand his the two pilots, but mused, "We're VISIT YOUR DRUG STORE AT LEAST
"First, Bill Henderson knew who wanting to hush them up with the here together for a long time. If I
killed Mitchell, and why. That 'why least trouble-but at least he does can break them down, so much the ONCE DURING THAT WEEK '
is'somehow important, from the way know what's behind them. Other- better. Cost nothing to try. Be
Bill stressed it. lIe was done away wise, why this Emilio Vargas?" pleasanter all around." 1

with before he could pass it on. Zora There was another silence. Then, I (TO BE CONTINUED)

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The Clewiston NewsPublished ..NNNNNNwN NNNt. ,,....-......................-..-........................'..-..e.................e..-......-........................_.....-........1.................-.... doesn't believe in Santa Claus. We, these are trained at schools tIlt

talked about a lot of things-tre-I New Jersey and North Carolina
TOCLASSIFY i mendously vita ), unimportant)I An aerial detection unit, located at-
every Friday In Clewiston, f things-and then we studied spelling Grove City College in Pennsylvania
:f'lorida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS ,. reading, and arithmetic-and is now open to Marines, and x-
TDC. i then to bed. She's back there now I radio course is provided at Texas
-back,, in the nursery-sound A. and M. College.
KEATIILEY BOWDEN, Editor ... asleep-with "Princess Elizabeth"

.it.st (that's a doll)' cuddled in her right NEW EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

second class mall matter arm. You guys wouldn't hurt her,
Entered as
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in By. RUSSELL KAY _: would you? You see, I'm her dad-
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of dy. When her doll is broken or Orlando, (FNS'JohnV.) Ford*

:March 3, 1897.Snbscrlptlon Secretary Florida Press Association :;i: her finger is cut, or head gets jr., county agent of Atagua county -
.. Ala., has' been appointed
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Advertising hnten *>n Application. THEY took over Luxemburg the stand. A lot of us are still con- across the street-then she's inl) Bureau Federation with state. offices -

other day. THEY made it a part fused in. mind. We say THEY your hands. in Orlando, it was announced

the advancement and welfare -'!lof the German Reich. THEY didn't when, we mean WE. Too many of "She's a nice kid=she can run I here this week. I
Devoted to
of Clcwlston and Hendry County.I consult the people of Germany or us are willing to accept the glorious ]like a deer and darts about likea Ford-' has had varied experience; I '
J of Luxemburg. THEY just "took rights and privileges that WE chipmunk. She likes to ride in all phases of farm work. He

it" and that was that. enjoy, yet utterly fail to assume 1 horses and swim and hike with me was born and reared in Kentucky.

The enslaved people of Luxem- the duties and responsibilities that on Sunday afternoons. But I can't was graduated from Cornell University ,

MEAXBER.FLORIIU PRESS ASSOCIATION. 1 burg v didn't like it. Workmen wenton WE must accept if WE are to sur- be with her ,all the time-I have in 1932, and has traveled

NAn"'W.[ >ITORlALASSOOATIOO strike in protest. THEY have vive. to work, to pay for her clothes and extensively in Europe as a buyer-
THEY WE are weak and her education. for an importing firm. In 1936:
19..1 a way of dealing with such a situ- say So please help me
I ation. THEY promptly ordered soft. THEY are wrong, for WE look out for her. Please drive he came to Alabama and became

eVfery striker shot. are neither. WE are strong and carefully-please drive slowly past engaged in' county agency work. I
Congratulations to the class of THEY look forward to the day courageous but we do have one the schools and intersections.-and His record in direction of soil erosion

RAF cadets who received their when THEY will "take" America great fault, one handicap that If please remember that children run reforestation and flood con-

wings this week and a cordial and make it, too a part of the left uncorrected and will bring from behind, parked cars. trol attracted nationwide attention..
welcome to the new class which. German Reich. When that day certain downfall and defeat: IN "Please don't run over 'my little Local officials of the Florida Farm

arrives today to take their places.I comes, if it ever does, THEY won't DIFFERENCE. girl." Bureau Federation feel that they

consult you or me. THEY will 1 If WE are to win this war, WE Let's all bear In mind that children are indeed fortunate in. securing

The sugar corporation anticipates I just "take" it and we can like must fight, WE must buy bonds especially little children, are I such an 'able man as secretary
another record season starting it-or else. and stamps, WE must save scrap not trained to stop, look and liS- and feel confident'" that through his

next month. This isn't news for WE are all that stands, in their, metal rubber, fats and other needed ten. Let's bear in mind' that they! efforts the movement will be stead-

we have learned to expect new way. WE can stop them. THEY materials. (WE must do our are thinking about catching that ily advanced in this state.

records with each passing season. fear us and. hate us because we're 1 part-you and I. ball that rolls out into the street,
WE WE must serve on a jury and or getting to the other side to

Looks like our only: hope with I Maybe this all sounds like dou-i thank God for the privilege. Aboveall see a' friend. We have to think

so many going into the army is ble talk to .you, but it isn't. I'm WE must VOTE, for the ballot, for them and God forbid that any

to capture enough Jap and Ger- tellin you straight, as straight as the right of expression is the sym- of us should think too late.

man prisoners to harvest the crops I know how, for it is going to be bol of all that WE are or ever I

here at home. either WE or THEY. hope to be. : Training Courses Are

WE are the. United Nations. WE The other day I heard a man j

Life says that every time a I:are the free people of the world. say "THEY are going to draft Offered By U. S. Marine!
wife opens a tin can she's hurt- WE are Democracy. THEY are men for service." He was a

ing the,war effort. This' may be- the dictators. THEY are the to- prominent citizen, a' civic leader.! 't&SA&H
come the battle cry of some long- talitarians. 'THEY the He was wrong. THEY don't do Training I *@
are en- courses .lasting from;
suffering, husbands. slavers anything in this 'country YET. In three to nine months are being %&

) A lot: of us still don't u der- America WE are the government I offered by the U. S. Marine Corpsin I 1
Wendell Willkie's reception in and whatever is done, -WE do. a number of new schools now I

Moscow was rather cool. The But unless WE wake up, unless open to all men enlisting in that I

Russians want to see something people want to ride on a bus with WE assume our full'' responsibilities branch of the armed services, according : 11 11r
out of their allies besides ambassadors I seats : unless WE as individuals, to Marine I
twenty, recognize the fact State Headquarters I I r f, ,:
of good will and can't say each and one overcome our
that twenty of them will not havea says a dispatch from Orlando ,
that. we blame them.RAMBLINGS. comfortable seat The bus drivercan't INDIFFERENCE and do our part, I :
THEY will conquer us and then s
help it, neither can the preferring these particular
ticket agent. The bus will prob- all that WE might have done or duties are required to take an
T:":":":":":":":":":.':":":":":":":":":":":":":":" ably be late. It is impossible .to could have done will be just so examination based on general apti- The Monthly

keep schedules adjusted properly; much conversation. a concentration -I tude and fitness after they arrive Payment Plan

the safety of the and camp. I at their preliminary training sta-
passengers .
.1 On November 3 WE will hold a' tion. Those males.it possible for you to-
conservation of tires, and gaso- who complete the and'
buy your repairs
general election in this country.
By B. B. line are more important than mak- I courses are automatically given for them a little each
You and I free pay
as men, can go ratings
ing schedules. to staff
up sergeant. .
, .NNMw:N:..:NNMMNMM: ..:..:..:..:..:..:.. to the polls and cast our ballot The new schools and duties I book.month See to suit us for your all pocket-details
and make known our will. On that
We've made these'remarks about Marine Headquarters stated include This is the easy way,no delayno
One of, the very nicest letters the bus problem, but they can be ballot will appear nine amend- the Air Mechanics Division I red tape. Keep your homein -

we've ever received came this week fitted to any other problem. In ments to our. state constitution I' with training in mechanics, welding in good repair.. .
from the president of Florida Mo- fact, at the moment, we could' tell which WE must ratify or reject.'I metal-smithing, and radio at ; PAd
tor Lines Corporation who oper- The questions are of grave Jacksonville. I
you quite a few things 'about' news- Also aerial photo-
ate the well-known bus service ance. They affect !our import-I'I at
I paper problems. If you are in I graphy Pensacola Fla. The
throughout the state. Althoughthe business :you have your problem fare. We can say "yes" Signal Corps Division offers train-
letter is partly about advertis- What will we do about It? ing in
too. So let's all try to cooperate.The I telephone telegraph and
ing think you'll enjoy reading If you are eligible to vote and I field
we stores are short-handed, and communications aj; school in
it: ; they can't help it. Last week we fail to register and cast your bal 1 I I Virginia and North Carolina.' .1611'rv
Dear Mr. Bowden: lot on November 3, you are not '
sawa Clewiston lady, (shame on I The Engineer Corps Division
As you are aware, the war emer-, her) drive up in front of a store, a good American but .a slacker, provides training in demolition, fcr A
has placed a' tremendous and your INDIFFERENCE jeopardizes -
gency toot the horn and ask the grocery distillation ordinance ''and motor to
strain on the nation's transportartion. clerk to bring her a loaf of bread. the liberty and freedom WE transport, the schools being locat- ,
Tires and gasoline rationinghas She are fighting and dying and pray-
was able-bodied, too, and not ed in Michigan, Virginia and North
retarded schedules, available ing for., If WE lose the fight it
nearly so tired and harass'ed' Carolina. Training in
supply and
equipment is limited and traveling the will be because you and I and ,
clerk of whom she asked the ex- maintenance is offered at schoolsin I
countless others like us failed to 'ODE
is heavy.
tra service. Such an act was the ; Virginia and Pennsylvania for -
"In view of this condition, we result of a complete thoughtlessness appreciate our blessings and assume the Quartermaster
the duties their perpetuation Corps section. ......-
find that it is unwise to advertisefor
on the part of the lady. She Glider school operated at Parris =
more traffic but I wish to. advise demands. And remember, THEYare
didn't intend to impose on anyone; Island S. C., is
now to
open en-
vote WE fail Lbr. Co..
that after careful consideration she gave not .a thought to the fact every listees. There is also need for
we have decided to.continue with that to cast.
such a heedless act on her commandos and
A in paratroopers and I Clewiston, Fla.
lot of folks Luxemburgwere
the newspapers in the areas wserveprimarily' part was in its own small way retarding -
in of INDIFFERENT and didn'tvote
the war effort. The ef-
the good will and cooperation that' ficiency of i when they had the chance.
every worker in the
But what the h--- that's'different __ '<'r _", """", .T
has consistently been shown us by country, whether in defense indus-,i

publishers, and because we fully try or private business, is important -., -it couldn't happen here.
realize that in many instances you to the country in times like It can if WE let it, you and I.

have been hit by limitations in ad- these. ; ;, : Lx'i4S< ': .: It'sYOURfight
vertising volume. PLEASE DON'T KUX OVER MY

"Therefore, you will continue ,to It lis time for YOU and ME to LITTLE GIRL w T'1 I too !
receive Florida 'Motor Lines adver- ,
think of these things. The best
tising as in the past and our only that all of us can do to render our .Each year about this time every

request is that' insofar as possibleyou most efficient service to our coun- newspaper becomes interested in r BUY U.S.

cooperate with us in acquainting try will not be too much to ,ask the safety and welfare of the children -

the public with the difficult and expect. If you are using your flocking to and from schools. : + WflRBOflDS

transportation problem with whichwe time to the best advantage and as What we say below has been

are confronted to the end that much as possible taking care of printed before, but it will bear t :

we may retain public understanding :your own needs ,rather than im-. printing and reprinting as long as I

and good will in these trying posing them on others, if you are I there are little. children, and as I from income

times. caring for yourself and your fam- long as there are' highways, auto-

Very truly yours, I ily in such a way as to keep themin mobiles 'and gasoline. Perhaps it
P. G. HOWE the best possible physical con- comes home more strongly to us OFFICIAL
U. S. NAVY i
President." dition, if you are giving a portion who have little daughters, age PHOTOGRAMIBUY

Now wouldn't that letter wantto of your time ordinarily spent in seven, but in any event, we are '( i

make- you do just whatever you leisure or relaxation to the many, going to ask the automobile .drivers -
'can to help the Florida Motor necessary extra services the war of LaBelle to read and re-read Between Sea Battlell ? } 1"1f'
Lines Corporation along? There'sone places before us, then you are do- the following item written by Phil

thing we can all do to help ing your part. If you do not do Braniff publisher of an insurance I I

each other along in these difficult these things you are not doing journal in Oklahoma. It is ad-
times. An that is the exercisingof your part. dressed "To All Drivers":
e e
,a superhuman amount of pa- "Today my daughter who is
tience and forbearance.As As these lines are being writ- seven years old, started to schoolas

for the bus company 'if you ten news ,broadcasts tell us of an- usual. She wore a dark blue M
will plan your travelling to the other feat that to us is nothing dress with a white collar. She had \

best of your ability you'll help the short of a miracle. Stalingrad still on black shoes and wore blue

company serve the public and you holds. Behind those three wordslie gloves. Her cocker-spaniel, whose

will make a much more confortable more blood sweat and tears name is 'Scott,' sat on the front
trip for yourself. than even the mighty Churchill porch and whined his canine beliefin YOUR WA R BONDS HEREIN

First and foremost, if it Is pos- could have foreseen. Words seem I the folly of education as she
sible travel during the middle of futile when we are faced with such waved 'goodbye' and started off

the week. Specially leave Fri- heroic conduct as has been the to the halls of learning. e
days, Saturdays and Sundays for daily life of the Russian people
"Tonight we talked about school.
those people who MUST travel and under the most terrific Bombardment
She told me about the girl who I
who CANNOT travel those other people
anywhere have
I sits in front of her-the girl wtih
days. That is more important than ever undergone. On the breastof I ,
yellow curls-and the boy across I
you think, and the cooperation of every Russian in the city of I the aisle who makes funny faces. 1 1 I I 0N

the public in that one regard will Stalingrad should have been pin- She told me about the teacher.whohas
help everyone, but company and ned a'' medal "for courage and de- ,,
eyes in the back of her head
travelling public alike. votion above and
beyond. the line
-and about the trees In the school
Second don't gripe. If forty of duty". 1
yard-and about the big girl who

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RED CROSS ROOM IS to join with them for study and Lowe, who manages to get quantities Interviewed by a Florida News.

d { OPEN AT BARRACKS I worship. There are classes for of mail back home to his Service reporter, Tabby said:
those of high school age and for wife-even though the letters come "We'll take care of the skunks and

r Personals ] A Red Cross Surgical l Dressing I the older* young people. The junior in bunches, she' 'can tell they are rats here, and the alligator ttnkBr:

Room has been opened in the Bar- boys and girls are having a con- written at regular intervals. we turn out will take care of' tbetnn

racks for the convenience of many test to see which class can bringin I on the fighting front."

women who reside there and in the most new members. Charles Turner also reports to

I houses. Mrs. W. A. Davis, The Session will meet Monday say he Is in one of the outpostsof Room Mothers-
Vowell spent last weekend nearby
'as instructor night at 8:00 in the church. Those the Pacific, Charles wanted an
Palm Beach. who had qualified an ,
r in West I and was, working: in the room at wishing to unite with the churchare active lifer and the Navy will\prob-

meet with them. ably to it that he his wish.
building the asked to see gets
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Hall saw 1)
Downs has returned from the City page
'. C. L. October 4, is WorldWide He has done well in his training
Sunday, .
need for a room located nearer the suggestion to obtain milk for
few weeks in Clayton, '
! a visit of a I All schools and is of the Clewis-
Communion Sunday. those one
I the group of women who live at ; I' the school children through the
Ga. the Barracks and in Sugarland I who love Christ are' invited to ton boys who is appreciating and penny milk program of the depart
Service of Remem- making the best of his
unite in this opportunity.
Granere of I Park area. ment of agriculture. In this pro-
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. I v will ''I '
brance. Community Church
Miami spent the week-end in The room in the Barracks was gram the milk is purchased from,
celebrate the Sacrament at the Carroll Redish writes to report
I the regular dairy, each child .
Clewiston. made available for the, purpose and paya.a
t ..- morning service and again in' the another advancement. He- went up bottle the.
has been cleaned and fitted up penny per ralf-pint ,
evening for those who are unableto to third class a short time ago
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Stubble- according to specifications of the II' PTA pays two cents and the de-
and this month tried for
be at the morning service. second ,
field and son, Leland, have recently -, Red Cross. There is space for partment contributes the other two
Community Church will have an class and made it. He has been
moved to Miami. eight workers and the, room is open and one-half cents of the total
evening service each Sunday be- stationed at Opa-Locka since en-
cost. As much milk as is neededfor
--- I at the same hours as the room at
ginning with the first Sunday of listing in the Navy and studied
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hawkins and the City Hall-Mondays, Tuesdaysand children who lunch at school
October. All are invited to at radio. Now he has been sent to
'family of Eustis have recently Fridays from 1:30 to 5. So and .for' the undernourished children
New York City and is at the Floyd
moved to Clewiston. far it has not been feasible to openit tend.Let I will be obtained in this way,
us welcome you to Community Field. The Association also voted to cooperate
at night.
Church. If you have no church
Mrs. Ken Swayne is leaving today fully in the war activity
worked in the new
spend the week-end in Lake Six women home in the community make this Joe Stephens writes a nice efforts at the school, particularlythe
.i to afternoons
room and in three they
your place of worship. Thank-You Note to us for sendingthe
Worth with relatives: had completed over six hundred salvage program, which the-
News to him each week. He children will have under'way
sponges. These are brought in to I :FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. has been moved
K. to Fort Knox, shortly.
: Mrs. Carl E. Johnson,
where they are
the room
C. Meador, Pastor
Kentucky, where he is
; Bowden, Jimmy Johnson and Kay inspected, bagged and, packed for There was a good attendance at-
9:45 M.
Sunday School A. Armored Force School. We also,
Bowden were visitors Saturday in shipment.The ..... the meeting, and plans were, announced --
worship 11:00 A. M.
note another changethere'sSgt
Fort Myers. a for the reception compll-.
"I room is open to anyone who Training Union 7:15 P. M. in front of his name denoting:
"I -- menting the teachers to be given" *
finds it convenient to work there worship 8:30 P.M.
Evening I a promotion. Congratulations, Sarge,, '
W. H. Lutes of Indianapolis, is tonight at the school auditorium_
: Davis is hopeful that it SUNDAY has
and Mrs. VICTORY -:-Sunday .
h spending some time in Clewiston I
will be filled to capacity each timeit been set aside by our Sunda"ySchool The acute shortage of quinine,
Cat Is
; visiting his son, Henry Lutes, at to
opens. as Victory Sunday. For and the need of this drug by the.
j the Barracks.
: }I __ the attendance for that day we' Work By PlantLAKELAND armed services will prevent your-

: Mrs. Charles Bolton, Mrs. Joe GARDEN CLUB'S PROGRAM : have as our goal the entire enrollment purchasing it at your drug store

Hall, Mrs. B. J., Schroeder and GIVEN BY LIBRARY, GROUP I I of our Sunday School. \ except on a doctor's prescription,,
'_ I' So 'if you are a member we urge it was announced this week.
jl;I Miss Marcia Avant spent yesterday Sept. 16--(FNS),--
of to come and help us attain I
afternoon in Miami. Mrs. W. L. Lott chairman upon you When an unexpurgated polecat invaded _

, I the Library committee of the Gar- our goal. If you are not at- the plant of the Food Ma. FOR SALE-Household furnish..

" Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley and den club, gave the program at tending any Sunday School we cor- chinery Corporation's amphibian I ings. See Mrs. V. C. Wood.

returned from two yesterday's meeting in the Com- dially invite you to "come withus tank division and rats ward '
I children have a set up:1 Kelly Apartments.
and will do thee good. :
weeks vacation which, they spentat munity Center. WP ; housekeeping in the storeroom. personnel -

Fort Myers Beach. Following the business meetingthe ANNUAL PTI01\IOTIONj-Sunday director James A. ciren-I -
WANTED-One two
when of our or or a
will be heday
group was invited into the many
wald decided the services
I to
engage :
man and wife to share apart-"
Mrs. L. H. Nash ,of Belle Glade library adjoining; -classification, I boys and girls will move into another of a husky cat. So Tabby was officially -' ment.' Mrs. Walter F.
I J class. The of this .
system was explained by Mrs. Lott. program
has returned home rafter spending placed on the payroll at a Hopkins Building.
J will be well worth attending.You .
I two weeks here with her sister, On display were a number of books day salary of 10cNa day, 9c of which

j Mrs. Clarence J.' Nielsen. and pamphlets specially designedto I will profit by hearing our I pays for her daily milk, the other
club members and children present their memory
; be helpful to cent applied toward the purchase f
others interested in gardening. A I work. Parents honor your chil- J. M. COUSE :
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Vorhees and I of a war bond, .for all employees

son, Boyd, Jr., left Friday for Eus- souvenir booklet for each memberhad dren by being present with themon are members of the 10 Percent Counselor and Attorney at Law :
been fashioned of book covers; this Sunday of Sundays in their '
tis to ,visit for two weeks with I Club.
f the inserted leaves giving a few life. I Hopkins Building
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gove, Jr. Things went along fine for I
I facts about the library and sample In the Training Union also there a Wednesdays and Saturdays !
I time. Tabby discouraged the rats
\ titles from the shelves. : will be the Annual Promotion pro-.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and and made visits from the skunk 9:30 to 4:00
daughter returned During' the meeting ,the new :I gl am. This is a service every
! \F: =-= Patsy, Tuesday less frequent. But last week Tabby
! Yearbooks were distributed. The Christian should have a part in.
I- from Alexandria, Louisiana where marched in with the Swing Shift, r' 4- ..
a club voted its appreciation to Miss Surely we wish to be more effi-
the months. I
they spent summer
by two tiny kittens.
Mildred Durst for typing the books. cient workers for our ,Lord. Then

i Mr. and Mrs. George' E. Crow, Mrs. W. H. Lanier made "'an appealto I here is the, service which will help While payroll padding is not Johnson's Fish Camp

Jr., and daughter, Billie Sue, ,have members to assist with the workof you. Come early this Sunday and generally approved, Greenwald tookon ,
I returned from a visit with Mr. making Red Cross surgical dress- join in the whole program of the, the kittens and now all three (Near Hurricane Gate)

cats are proud members of'the Clewiston, Fla.
and stated that increasing evening.
Crow's parents in Jefferson City, ings
Missouri. quotas were making' it necessary, PRAYER SERVICE-The mid- Food Machinery personnel, playing I Boats and Motors:-Guide ServiceRates

I -US' to' get even more workers and that week PrayerS rvi will be held their part to justify the ArmyNavy"E" Reasonable

f Mrs. Eddie Curry and daughter, it was likely that the room, wouldbe Wednesday evening at 8:30., Have Pennant which floats proudly I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

: I Lovvorn, of Gainesville arrived I open on additional days. you ever 'wondered what relationthe from the company flagstaff. I

Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mis. The hostess committee served Old Testament Sanctuary had

C. J.: Lovvorn and Mr. and Mrs.B. punch and cookies to about thirty- with the New Testament' Believer?

B. Wilson. I five members. Also with the Christ? These will 1 Jto.r'r: <;"'".l"p

be answered in this service Wed- '
Miss Edythe Nell Cornette has DAY OF PRAYER, OBSERVED nesday. Come bring your friends s NOTICE

""1" returned to Lakeland and registered FOR STATE WORK WEDNESDAYThe and let us enjoy this fellowship.

"l! for the 1942 fall term 'at TIME CHANGE FOR EVENING .

ore Florida Southern College. This is Baptist Church observed its SERVICES-Our custom has been ,.
t Due to the tire and gasoline rationing we are compelledto
Miss Cornette's ,third year at Southern. annual Day ,of Prayer for State to change the time of our evening close our business September 30th, 1942 for the dura-
services the first Sunday of f
Missions Wednesday with a pro- on tion. We wish to advise those who have trade cards to

gram at the church in the afternoon October.. Please note this change! cash them in by Sept. 30th as after that date they will be

:Mr. and Mrs. A., R. Brink and j and evening.Mrs. Beginning October 4th the evening, void. "

: son, Michael, are visiting relatives Jack Himrod was in chargeof services on Sunday will be as follows We greatly appreciate the patronage ,and the courtesyour

I in Buffalo New : Training Union 6:15 P. M friends have given us.LaMOORETON.
i York, for a short the program and all the aux-
time. Mrs. Brink's Miss church Evening worship 7:30: P. M. Evening
II sister iliaries of the including

II ; Dory Martin, who was their guest I the Sunbeams, took some part. The services during the week will CLUB

I here for a few ,weeks, returned meeting began at four o'clock. Supper be 7:30: P. M.

with them. was served in the church and A cordial invitation is extendedto John and Elthea Elmore

I j given the community as a whole tworship' 0
I f a short program afterwards.
Our fellowshipis .
I with us.
Edwin O. Ward, who receivedhis In the evening a playlet describing .

good and your soul, will be, . . . . . . . . . . . .
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I in the U. S. Army at Fort sions the church maintains in Flor- strengthened. ,

Benning Wednesday, arrives today ida was given. Devotionals were r. I II

4 to spend a ten day furlough. A. lIed by :Mrs. H: C. Meador and Mrs.G. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..;-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:.. CLEWISTON _

O. Ward and Miss Mildred Durst E. Wenzloff. :

i are meeting him in Miami. I i'I -.. ..

I Among those from Clewiston attending

the funeral of C. A
I :Mrs. Carl Berner was hostess tomembers Public Invited t tt
'i i Thomas' Lake Harbor Tuesday : -
of her
were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence evening bridge Our Boysin
club her home
Wednesday evening -
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McDuf- -

.11''I fie, J. E. Beardsley, W. C. Owen,, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox won: first I ::: :
prize and Mrs.' Ruth B. Owens .:. .. ...........- I ...
Urey Waldron and W.
f!t I S. Bowdon. I second prize. I theService ... I ,. I s.
d :
1 I Mrs. Berner served apple pie a la :: ; \
I : V. C. Woodward and I. S. Bell
\ 11 mode and coffee to Mrs.. Wilcox, '
: Jr., returned Friday from 'i
Camp I Mrs. Owens, Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs.p .. '
,I, ,II: !! Blanding where they spent week
M. McIntyre, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Since drive the
:'H taking examinations preliminary]I Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Mrs. t: you cannot to =
::1 to entering the Voluntary Officers -
Training Corps. Mr. WoodI E. Dilley. ...... ................ ... : . .. .s.t
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!! I ward passed all examinations and BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET I t beach for the week-end, get your J
j was accepted enlistment in the FOR Sinclair Knight who has been in
: but Mr. Bell MISSION STUDYAll ?
corps, was rejected.
Atlantic City, N. J., since

., ',I 1 SUNDAY: SCHOOL PRIMARY three circles -of the Baptist! Blanding a few weeks after his :: exercise and sun tan at the same :=:

Woman's Missionary Union, which induction into the army was home
f CLASS IS ENTERTAINEDMrs. j1 j!: for a short leave last week-end. He
; I ordinarily hold separate meetings, ?
-1" I met jointly Tuesday afternoon at arrived Saturday noon, and left .:. time. ':.
F. E: Conkling entertained since had ordersto y
Tuesday night, he
I the home of Mrs. W F. Nail for
members of the primary class of the Goldsboro "Air ..
I their mission study period. report to .!. ;
the Community Sunday School witha Discussions were led by Mrs. C. Base, in Goldsboro, N. C., Thursday .:. .s.

weiner'roast at her home recently M. Pirkle'' and by Mrs. Nail. Mrs. morning ;" "
; Mrs. C. W. Fuller, substi- I ,
Ben Bolton hostess
was and served '

in tute teacher of the class. assisted'1 punch I and cookies. Mrs. P. A. Sizemore reports that I .':: : ?':.

entertaining. j i her son, Lt. K. C. Hamilton, is y

''I i Those attending were Mr. and COMMUNITY: CHURCH ceiving the News where he is yI

Mrs. C." W. Fuller, Gene Fuller,I tioned "somewhere in the re-I I :i: :::

Emma Jane Ezelle, Beth Gardner, John N. Montgomery, Pa. =i= YEARLY
Skippy Cothern, Joe Schroeder, Sunday School 9:45. time, 'If any lounging on the beach 1 l .

Billy, Brooks, John Rogers, Mr. Church 11:00. "Men Wanted". and thinking of the folks back ::
l := GREEN FEES !;
'i Conkling, Frank and Eddie Conk- The Sunday School of Community home. .s. ;

ling and RAF, Cadet Alfred Hen- Church invites all who are not *

: H: riquez. 'N, attending another Sunday School. Also in the, Hawaiians, Is Merrell ot.:j..5..X..X..X..H..X..X..XK........KK'*....-......-......................................................-......-......-......-. ..,OL....:,-< ; .0.I

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4e I Wings for Glider Pilots I If. Gems of Thought '

1 PROSPERITY is not without

R UDOR :;;. ::::::rxN:wca.::: ''.}.r,/46Y.., '"::;;1rt1: iti; : tJV.ff F t.1W. t. and many fears and distastes,
9r.k Adversity is not without
W. EA ON 4GESCRE1 comforts and hopes.-Bacon.

-..,. So let it be in God's own might
If c gird us for the coming fight,
D. C. : ; Released By VIRGINIA VALE And, strong in Him whose cause is
: 4 by Western Newspaper Union ours

FOURTH TERM DATA TN "WAKE ISLAND" Paramount In conflict with unholy powers,
Not much has been said about it .. A We grasp the weapons he has given
publicly, but already the question o f / has shown what a The Light, and Truth, and Love of

the Fourth Term has come in for a +'..: : war picture ought to be; the Heaven.WHITTIER.

lot of backstage discussion. O truth was so dramatic that Aim above morality. Be not

Republicans, worried about it, there was no need to dress it simply good; be good for some-
want to do everything possible to with thing.-Henry D. Thoreau.A .
of the up a fancy plot and
block it. And ,in the vicinity
White House, some of,, those who A'J praise goes to the writers, W. like swift movement which was

would like to stay around indefinitely R. Burnett and Frank Butler, free a at chained up resolution set 1
last.-Georg-e Eliot.IRRITATIONS.
want to do everything possible to s and to Director John Farrowfor :'

encourage it. Presidentare student makes his solo in simulated glider land- letting that plot be as slight as i (
But those closest to the Before a first flight possible. Farrow directed it superb.

convinced that there will be no ing an instructor carefully.checks,ivith him to make sure that he knows ly, the members of the cast did a S KI N OF t

Fourth Term. Even if he could get just what to do. Here an instructor goes over "dead stick" landing rules memorable job. Pretty good cast, EXTERNAL CAUSE '
that this is the
it, they say with the pre-glider student. incidentally, including Brian Don- acne pimples bumps (blackheads), and l.
thing Roosevelt wants. __ levy, Walter Abel, Robert Preston, ugly broken-out skilL :Millions relieve
Or. even if there should be a tre- miseries with simple homo treatment.
mendous demand on the,part:of the NEWEST winged warriors of the army air forces are the ker.Macdonald Don't miss Carey !and Albert Dek- Goes healing to by work killing at once.germs Direct It touches.action aids Use

public against changing. horses in G-men of the air-glider pilots-who will guide our huge troop- -;itE} Black .and lOc,25c White,60c sizes.Ointment 25 years only success.as dlrectcd. .

midstream' they don't think the carrying gliders in the fore of democracy's great aerial offensive A word more about "Wake Island." Money-back guarantee. tar Vital In
President would yield. His ideals cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
the until the of few has It was first shown at the Quantico Black and
for preservation of the democratic against enemy. Gliding, recently sport a White Skin Soap daily

system are too deep-rooted, they now become the serious war business of thousands of young men 2,000 Marine marines base,, who with cheered an audience it whole-of

say, for him to continue in office for who are training to become. glider pilots. Typical of the eighteen heartedly. That's the' surest guar-

what would be a total of 16 years. pre-glider schools now in full operation in the Middle West is the antee that there's nothing phoney DoublePurposeLaxative
does have
However the President
and one located on the.flatlands of Goodland, Kansas. about this very swell picture.
one very definite political goal, ----7:r Gives
that is to retain control of congress During the four weeks of preliminary training the student When you see "Seven Days' r

during his two remaining years in practices simulated gliding in small power ships, with the power Leave," keep an eye on Marcy Mc- More SatisfactionDon't

office. switched off. He masters the technique of "dead stick" landingand Guire, if you're interested in stellar
He remembers 'all too clearly, material. brat be satisfied Just to relieve your
She sister
when he was assistant secretary of, in bringing his powerless plane down within a small markedarea. present constipated condition. Meet

the navy, the chaos which the country ,' In actual combat he will be called upon to cut loose from, f.-7 "'("'; ".x- ---:"' 'y: yw Sy''<';M this toning problem up your more intestinal thoroughly system.by

faced when Woodrow Wilson lost the towing plane thousands of feet up and miles away from his For, this Double-Purpose, use Dr.
control of the house of representatives. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative
He also remembers the trou- objective behind enemy lines. From then on he is on his own. Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa- ,

bles faced by Herbert Hoover, Calvin .... ,.,_=,,,'''''''.' 1 ''bw. 'B>,>,)7.'kw.-.' .. _u.__ tive.thoroughly It not, but only tones acts gently lazy bowel and
Coolidge and his cousin Teddy muscles giving more satisfaction.

Roosevelt when they faced a rebel- yr Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative
lious congress during their last two helps relieve Dizzy Powder'I I
in office. Stomach, Gas, Headache, '
years dull sluggish feeling I
commonly referred -
So the President is out to win the 1 y b 'fA to as Biliousness,when caused

house, and win .it at all costs next by Constipation. Use only as di- :,
November. To that end he will leave kt rected. 15 doses :for only lOc. Large
I family size 25c. Adv.1JIuJSuIet.
Washington-something he hasn'tdone R

/ since 1940-and take a swing 1132 r 7+ .'p 4
r through the Middle West some time
in October. ?
laj aches and pains Dr
of FDR's political, advisers,

among them Democratic ChairmanEd Lucille Ball's, with a crush on

Flynn, tell him privately that Victor Mature. During filming, her

l the battle to control the house in port .was "fattened" three times,

, November will not be easy. One so that she finally had two musical

, trouble is patronage. numbers of her own, and a comedy

! Patronage is a word which may romance that wasn't in the original

i bring a bad smell to the public, 'but script. ,
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} to the politician it is' like the smell :"'X """""" ;r-
Large Bottfeb( wtf tratwiJ 12S-Small Size 60c
i of raw meat to a circus lion. He Glider pilot students leaving the The space marked reserved is for Ion Reed, who's a stunt womanas IT All coon DRUG STORES er BY HAIL in receipt it price
i will not perform without it. well as Claire Trevor's standinin McNEIL DRUG CO,Inc.
the school with the air silver
I i operations office of army forces insignia 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,Florida
Back in the "The ridden
early days of the Desperadoeshas
New Deal, Jim Farley kept a little parachutes strapped on. wings with a glider imposed. horses that cowpunchers wouldn't

card index of how mount, leaped from high cliffs,
every congressman
This glider pilot training in the air forces is. to men Our SoldierHe
voted on important Issues and army open risked her neck in dozens of ways- stands
erect his slouch be-
what jobs he had receited. When between the ages of 18 and 36, inclusive, who are graduates of but she balked at an assignment the comes a walk; he;"steps right on-

the congressman stopped voting civil pilot training schools, or who hold a civil aeronautics administration other day. The script called for ward, martial in his air, his form
right, he stopped getting jobs for Claire to smoke a cigar; Iona was
private air-man certificate which had not lasped priorto and movement.-Cowper.
his constituents. That system told to do it, and said "No." She .
; January 1 1941 or to former aviation cadets with at least fifty
worked like a charm-for. a while. can't even smoke a cigarette!

But in recent years Roosevelt him- hours in army or navy type training planes, or veterans of at least --,. ----

self has given more and more jobsto two; hundred glider flights. I Porter Hall, who plays the thiev-

Republicans, while Leon Henderson ing double-crossing heavy in "The
Men who have had no previous flight training will be given an
the greatest job dispenser of Desperadoes," has just been madea C --OUAtapBrush"Applicator-
war times, has placed everything in opportunity to qualify for glider pilot training if they are acceptedfor deacon in the First Presbyterianchurch M ,
the hands of state governors, a large a complete special primary flight training in a civil aeronautics of Hollywood. He's usuallycast JUST DASH A IN FEATHERS.. GO MUCH FARTHER I

proportion of them Republicans.So administration school. as a villain, but he's never

today, the President's political owned a gun, since he served in the
These pictures depict stages of the training'given at Goodland I
friends say that his definition of pa- last war, he doesn't drink or gamble -

tronage is: "Something which you Kansas. i he practically never smokes. Seeking: Novelty

hold out to your friends, but use to t .: >>:>>7.":<<'7""Q"<<;;:- I'M': ."';$? ,,=I'ji; ;.<:,. ,.,..,..;,.. ...,'<:<;.,..,. ". .,z. : ::r.: <:, .,..,'n...:.... ->.....,..:., Yet on the screen he stops at noth- Human nature craves novelty.-.
reward your enemies." Y't:;, H ing. '" Pliny the Elder.

And these friends have had the >n

short end of the patronage stick for Paramount has a file of what do

so long that, as November ap- ..(: ('4 r l/.k' :. you suppose? Cobwebs! Due to "IDDLEAGE"WOMEN

proaches, FDR is finding a lot of priorities, it's impossible,now to get .

the old politicoes unwilling to go to LL4r the liquid rubber of which movie 38-52
bat for him, while the rewarded ene- ? rY h 1. cobwebs used to be made. The stu- (y : )

mies won't stay put. dio has quite a few murder mys- .
So the congressional elections teries,'like "Street of Chance," comafag
are If you're
cross restless. suffer hot
I going to be tougher than a lot of + '1 along. So the prop departmentgot flashes, nervous feelings dizziness
people realize, and you will probablysee l ;S, .*Y j,.'. ti5. :gsS ?' busy, wove cobwebs out of the distress of "irregularities"causedby
this period In woman's life
a -try
certain seasoned political sea- material on hand, and filed them Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-

dogs, among them Ed Flynn, resign- away for reference. pound Plnkham's at once Compound! is made

ing from the picture before many ---7 especially for women, and famousto
weeks are over. Charles W. Koerner, head of RKO help relieve distress due to this

Note: Patronage under the old Radio production, has announcedthat female Thousands functional upon thousands disturbance.of

congressional system had a lot of i rriri! "artistic and prestige films of women have reported gratifying .
44 benefits. Follow label directions.
faults, but it was not half as bad as y lr+ dubious box-office merit" are out. WORTH,TRYING!

under the ,.. .. ,., ..._ Well, some of those "prestige" films
present dollar-a-year man f..; :: L "" 'W: .y; 2' : <:Y.0.: =;=.o/-: ""!<; !""=- :-.
system, where somebody gets a key were pretty dull. But sc lot of really

WPB job or a cellophane commis- Before the students'are'ready: to make simulated glider landings, theyare fine and profitable pictures would WNU-7 38-42;

sion merely because he is the friend given meteorology and other subjects. Here students are shown the never have been made if that ruling

of a big accounting firm or a part characteristics of had gone through years ago. We'd
a glider.
ner of a Wall Street broker. not have had "The Grapes of

w .. .... ..n,.,.,, -_ Wrath" or "Gone With the Wind"or o
WHERE CREDIT IS DUE ::rG.+':. b.K:: 1ij: ..;;;:t.i: :mJm.ZJ: : ;(;: ;-$3>.:: Ak .'d "Pasteur" or a good many others

One of the best jobs of.Americanization that didn't look like money-makers

: has been done by the Illinois t>\ l. lry Sr, FY+N'%4y /r before they were released. And Your Strength and
State 5 : i Is Below ParIt
Register of Springfield in its 7 Energy
series of editorials and radio ,, r'' '", "rG/1. f ryp.y. fS ;; wfi Life masks taken directly from may be caused by disorder of kidney -
pro- { the faces of a group of stars, along function that permits poisonous
grams paying tribute to the big con- waste to accumulate. For truly many
l tribution foreign with fashion sketches, original char- people feel tired, weak and miserable
j 1 groups made ..4jji"A1 coal sketches of sets and other ma- when the kidneys fail to remove excess
to the culture and progress of the ; acids and other waste matter from the
I U. S. A. / terial used in preparing a film, will blood.
) Yon Buffer nagging backache;
Educational may
The radio program, called "Amer- s f 'f r r ,r y comprise: a Traveling rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness,
exhibit to be sent on tour by swelling.Sometimes .
I icans All-Immigrants All" told the o soon retting up nights leg and pains urination
frequent scanty -
Parker lecturer
story of how the men of many races MGM. Frances with smarting and burning is an-
had contributed to this % I will accompany it, and it will be other sign that something la wrong: with
country-the the kidneys or bladder.I
; universities schools
: Italians, including men like Frank : ti displayed at There should bo no doubt that prompt
civic and educational societies. treatment Is wiser than neglect. USe
Capra, LaGuardia, and Ernest Cu- Coon's Pill It is better to rely on a
neo; the Welsh, including Charles medicine that baa won countrywide approval -
September 30 marks a special an- than on something less favorably
j Evans Hughes; theSlavs-Louis'Ad- National Known.Doan have been tried and tested -
amic niversary in the Barn Are at all drug stores.
; Sikorsky, Seversky; Joseph many years.
1 Dance show-the completion of .ten Get Doan a today.Washington .
Pulitzer Sousa from Hungary, John Philip, 1IF'fW """ .if:_&' t :, 4 consecutive years on the air, broad-
tram Portugal
George Vout-
.ias from Greece The idea is to land the casting 52 weeks a year. Other radio -
and thousands of glider as near as possible to this white marker.
._ others, Here is how the marker looks programs have come and gone,
to the student coming in for a dead stick butthe Barn Dance goes on forever.
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By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. to Ear Badly NeededShe
,I Of(Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union.) "I think," said the mother, 1. was having a good old wifely nag

::1.\ I II'I "she's a wonderful player for her and hubby teas losing his patience, although
l age. Of course, she makes mis- so far he hadn't answered a
Lesson for September 27 takes now,,and then, but you must word. Perhaps that was why his wife
iI i remember that, she plays entirelyby suddenly burst out with:
I! Y Lesson subjects and Scripture teas selected ear." "Nothing I ever say to you bears
i iIi. Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by "Yes," said the, friend of the fruit!" ,'
.6 permission. family. "The trouble is, that's "It might if you pruned it a bit!" he
c retorted.
d the, way I listen.

FORGIVENESSLESSON The Reason "Marry in haste, repent at
Mrs. Jones ( maid) This
reproving "
leisure is' all
1 wrong, a woman
is covered with dust.
chair just
45:1.15 47:11,12.
TEXT-Genesis ; tells me. After
you marry you
GOLDEN TEXT Be ye kind one to another Maid-And why shouldn't it be,
;1: tenderhearted, forgiving one another ma'am? It's so uncomfortable nobodyever have no leisure.
even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven sits' on ,it.
I you.-Ephesians 4:32.

I ]1'' Forgiveness, opening the way for THAT'S SURE! A1d Caused lltl

the restoration of fellowship and the Relieve fiery 'itching and
", showing of kindness, brought the sto- allay further irritation with
I ; ry of Joseph and his brethren to a active,specially medicatedisNO
happy ending. Under the good handof d Free

( God the story which began with I Sample Rtilnol.72,, /*
i tragedy is brought to a conclusionof Balto.,Md

,J II blessing.

':1. I, Following the earnest plea of Ju- -Buy War Savings Bonds-
dah, the heart of Joseph could no
longer withhold itself from: the full Peck-When I get married I in- .
; expression of affection and devotionto tend to be the boss or know why. Acid IndigestionWhat
his family. George-Don't worry. You won't
Feast for Fall Days-Baked Beans be long finding out '
I. Love Overcomes Fear (vv. 1-4). many Doctors do for it
I' I (See Recipes Below.) When excess stomach add causes gas soar stomachor
tenderly shielded the fam- heartburn, doctors prescribe tho fastest-acting
Joseph medicines known for symtomatic relief-medidnea
,I i','; nn1t:...... P St;; ...'n s I I troubles from the eyes and ears That Kind like those in Bell-ans Tablets. No laxative. If your
arse g ily
J. Ulllllg Bill-What kind of a chap would very first trial doesn't prove Bell-ana better,return
\'! -------- This Week's Menu of strangers by sending out the John is? bottle to us and get double your_ money back 25c.
you say
Today, let's talk about budgets. Cream of Celery Soup Egyptians. It was the first step of "Bob-If you'see two men talkingand

Food budgets in particular, because Baked Beans consideration which paved the way one'is trying to get away, the
often just
reconciliation.. How PAIN'With
;) they will be a Lettuce Salad family other one is John. RHEUMATIC,
1& major item in the opposite is done-airing
;r Chiffonade Dressing affairs before the world, ''and humili- a Medicine that will Prove Itself
the next
your The gaily enameled unit insigniayou If
t you suffer from rheumatic pain
"' few' months as Bread and Butter ating those who may be in the see on .a soldier's lapels and or muscular aches, buy C-2223 today
yy prices slowly edge ,Sliced Peaches wrong, thus making it difficult for overseas cap are reproductions of for real pain-relieving.help. 60c, $L
1 l I upwards, as the Beveragemean them to admit their guilt. his regimental shield displayed in C-2223 at druggists. Buy a bottle
; ': days slip into fall Then, too, this was a moment too the center of the eagle on his regi- today.. Use only as directed. Purchase -
i and winter and tender ,and delicate to be seen by mental flag. It's a part of, U. S. price refunded if satisfied.
) I the summer bargains in foods be- is, serve foods-in-season! It's outsiders. The tears of a strong manlike Army tradition. Traditional too,
t, come fewer and you have to do more than' economy,. it's food at its Joseph mean a deep movementof is the Army man's preference for
more juggling with figures to give best! spirit-a solemn and often a sacred Camel:Cigarettes. (Based on actual ;?* "'COLDS
f your family the right food, at the Easily digestible and easily blend- moment.It sales records from Post Ex-
best possible prices., ing with almost every kind'of food, should also be noted that the changes and Sales Commissaries.)
If you are Mrs. Average America, it makes even the simplest dish a brothers were afraid, and well they It's the gift 'he rates first from fUlckt '4&
you will be more nutrition consciousthis distinctive one because of the flavor might be, because of their sin the folks back home. Local deal- TABLETS LIQUID' l
11 year than last, too. This will it imparts to it. And remember: against Joseph. After almost 50 ers are'featuring cartons of Cam- 66' (5 SALVE !
be not only because nutrition 'news you'll get not only protein when you years these unrepentant men found els to send to service men.-Adv. COUGH NOS DROPYouw')t
i has sprinted into the limelight, but use it, but those other essential diet themselves face to face with the
because the demands of wartime liv- necessities like phosphorus, calcium, one whom ,they had supposed they
ing upon energy have become so iron, and vitamins B, D and G. had disposed of, and theyknew, their '
great that you will have to have Cheese and Baked Beans. sin had found them out. It always A ; !'
right foods to do'your most and
(Serves 6) does,"sooner or
I best.. .. ? '-
1 large can baked beans II. Grace Overrules Sin (vv. 5-8). I

: to But serve, how"right"can. budgeting meals, you help ask.you 1 cup American cheese, grated The guilt of these men was none .

I i That's simple. Buy the right foods 1 1 tablespoon cup grated chopped bread green peppers the less and Joseph could not remove wilL MALARIA! I

I with your dollars and you can't help 2 tablespoons chopped celery it, but he"encouraged them,by !

serving meals that are correctly bal- 1 teaspoon chopped onion i showing how' God had used their .
anced., evil devices to work out His own
Place beans in baking dish. Then
First, divide the food dollar into good pleasure. He can make the P1
and three -J'AKEJ-
add all other ingredients
fifths. One-fifth,. or 20 cents, shouldgo wrath of man to praise Him (Ps.
slices lean bacon over top of dish.
for ,vegetables and fruits. Use 76:10)).
Bake 30 minutes at 250 degrees.
\\i i the next fifth for milk and cheese. It is worth stressing again that in
1 i The third of the fifths goes for the Tifna and Cheese Souffle. the very hour when the prospectsfor WIITERSMITH'Sir
aec basis of your important 'meals- (Serves 6) Joseph's future usefulness

meats, eggs and fish. 1 cup scalded milk seemed ruined, God was opening the
Another fifth will be set aside for 1 cup soft bread crumbs door to-the greatest experiences of TonIC % 7
breads and cereals, while the very Yz cup grated American cheese his life and was preparing him to
last 20 cents is allowed for acces- 1 cup flaked tuna serve the thousands whose lives
sory items such as butter, fats, sugar 2 tablespoons chopped pimiento were saved by his wisdom and abil- ,
i, I J tea, coffee and spices. V teaspoon salt ity in the years of famine.
1i General Guide. 3 egg yolks Nothing is more important in the Ii SHIRLEY OSBORN,
3 egg whites life of a child of God than to be ..
The 20-cent rule is not hard and
a 1 tablespoon lemon juice yielded to His will, unmoved by circumstances WOMEN :Worker :
j fast rule. It is only a general guide i Aircraft of
because Combine milk with bread crumbs abiding His time, responding -
I prices of the different
and grated cheese. Flake tuna and to His guidance whether it ATA4R
i groups of food vary from season to '
add lemon of j SanDiego California,says: j:
j season, from section to section. Use juice, be by the opening or closing ,
I your judgment in spending. 4 pimiento, salt and doors, prosperity or adversity. And
1 well-beaten yolks. herein is the marvel of it allevensin i
Shopping Carefully. 4f Beat'egg white may be overruled by God's grace
Conservation's an important note stiff but not dry for His own glory. That does not
E I \ in these times. And it's mighty important and fold into mix- invite anyone to sin that grace may MyN
11 in this fascinating business ture. Turn into a abound (Rom. 6:1, 2), but it does H
.' : of stocking up the pantry. If you buttered casse- offer encouragement to the 'one

''I I plan meals for, say three days, or role, set in a pan who has 'fallen, that God can redeem w LIAR E
I better still, a week in advance, you of water and bake in a moderatelyslow the years that the locust have {{. .
I will not be trotting to the 4 s'k iA
up (325-degree) oven 40 minutes or eaten (Joel 2:25).
; twice every day, or calling
''I up your until golden brown.Sugarsaying .
''I, grocer whose time is at a premium apple recipes do delightful III. Kindness Provides the Bestvv. et" IV ..rQe4 .

:I and whose delivery facilities have things to fall menus, and ( 9-15; 47:11, 12).
been cut in the midst of cake bak- It'might have been enough to send
J [: ing 'to tell him you simply must help note in you meals.get the This mellow revives, autumn eating food and a kind greeting with the $ ;
I Iii; have vanilla. Make out lists, and interest brothers to their own land, but love ..
,I h, '" then shop .0 for everything you, : does not seek the minimum expres- ,
Iii: I need at one, time. ,." Honey(Serves Apple 6)Crisp sion of its feeling. It asks not how CAM Nga
I : \ When the snap of autumn gets into --- -- little but how much can I give or
j ?i I I. 4 sliced apples ON pA
I the air, use pumpkin, squash and cups do.
i t Concord grapes. When the drifts of J,4 cup sugar Bringing his aged father and viY o rSMOKEh i I
: j. il snow pile lightly against your door 1 tablespoon lemon juice brothers into the land of plenty was ,
I or the. }veather gets at least uncom- Vi cup honey not enough, Joseph also gave to 4 INAti
fortably cold, use root vegetables Vz cup flour them the "best of the land" (47:11).
I t and those canned goods in the can- Vi cup brown sugar His thoughtful consideration in send-
;: ning cupboard. In spring, straw- Vi teaspoon salt 'ing for his father (Gen. 46:5-7) was
:: < berries, asparagus, and broilers Yt. cup buttercup part of the same piece of kindness.
; should grace your menu. What I A walnuts, if desired Joseph puts to shame the modern

!), Spread sliced apples in a shallow "hard-boiled" attitude toward needy
1, baking dish, sprinkle with sugar, and aged members of the family.In .
Lynn Says: lemon juice and pour honey over their eager and, relentless pur-
I The Score Card: Best of bargains all. In a,bowl mix flour, brown sug- suit of fame or riches, many ignoreor
i are found in American ar and salt and work in butter to trample upon the members of
cheddar cheese at the present make crumbly mixture. Spread their own families. Often they are ,Y.
I ,, I time Production for the first five crumbs evenly over apples (and ashamed of the broken bodies, the
months of this year was over 50 nuts) and bake in a moderate oven' humble apparel the broken or uneducated -
1 per cent greater than for that corresponding '(370 degrees) for 30 to 40 minutes speech of their parents. AND NOTE THIS : .

t period last year. until apples are tender and crust They fear lest their new-found The smoke of slowburningCAMELS 4
Apples, absent from the mar- crisply browned. Serve with plainor friends in the circle of wealth and
I kets and fruit stalls during the whipped cream. supposed "position" will think them t -

summer, in greater quantities, What problems or recipes are most on strange or ridiculous. God pity the !
,/ are coming into their own now. your mind during these fall days? Explainyour man or woman who is ashamed of a L
Apples and honey are food affinities problem to Lynn Chambers and she humble or aged father and mother! pRtctsti noM v

and will ,help you with sugar will give you expert advice on it.: Address Joseph, who really had an exalted CIGAR BLEND TTF. i ;
", rationed. your letters enclosing a self-addressed position gained by merit and by the contains LESS NICOTINE
,- Fall's bounty will also include stamped envelope for your reply to her as blessing of God, never forgot his
; squash, grapes, and pumpkins Miss Lynn Chambers, Western Newspaper place before God as a son in the than that of the 4 other largest-selling brands tested -less than any
which add economy notes and fla- Union 210 South Desplaines Street Chi
brother. Let
and us
family as of the smoke itself It
', of them- according to Independent scientific tests !
II. vorsome touches to menus. cago Illinois. consider him and do likewise.

,4 Released by'Western Newspaper Union.

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-,"l'\r.F. RIGHT THE CLLti1'ISTONL1S FRIDAY SEI'TL'l7I3LP. o"__!_. fn...tr't.... ..

Seminoles To Kill I which can. be handled :without out that forest fires, in additionto I will represent vegetable interests. I claimant his agent or hlij attorney,
II loss., destroying war materials, can I Florida growers and shippers or the, to sa.me'will law Become void according -
hinder operations by creat- also note with satisfaction
Reservation military \ the igThis the 17th day of September
Deer In Buster Willis Names the government regards the black- I appointment of Harvey Baum of
ing an atmosphere haze and low I New York '9n the distribution and Admin Signed) df E.the KELLY.

According to late reports, the 67 First, Air DivisionBELLE I visibility which hamper artillery: marketing committee. Sept s24dOct. I, 8ff1115, deceased.22 Estate, of
'deer', which will be permitted to and aviatftm training programs.I Baum is general manager of the '
''be killed in the Indian Reserva- Forest fires along the coast also Atlantic Commission Company .and I
',tfcia through a compromise agree- GLADE (FNS)-America's -! create a background of light maintains an office of Florida. This IX DRY TilE CIRC1J1'r COURT OFf'HEN.
feat between the department of first Airborne Division, the against which ships at sea stand company is the purchasing agency,I IX CHANCERY., FI.ORIDA.
the Interior and the state livestock '101st, has been officially named out as perfect targets for prowl! for the Atlantic & Pacific chain,'
-sanitary board, will be slaughtered the "Eagle Division", and J. M. ing submarines and on numerous' occasions has ex- ROBERT EUGENE KETiUNG,
'by picked' Seminole hunters.; (Buster) Willis 'of- Belle Glade, All of the present equipmentand tended full cooperation in the vs.EVELYN. Plaintiff,
'This is an estimated half of the i i i former editor of the Belle Glade improvements of the Florida national distribution of Florida MARGARET LUCKEY KET-
:number roaming the reservation. Herald, was the chap who named i I'' Forest and Park Service, including fruits and vegetables when special RING,
Defendant. '
-rands. the new outfit. lookout towers, radios, fire trucks, effort was needed to quickly move I NOTICE TO APPEAR
liter the experienced Indian Prizes were offered for the name I and the like' will be employed in large surpluses. THE EVELYN STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
hunters turn in their take, thesiaimals best suited to the division and this work and are to be supple RING,MARGARET whose residence LUCKEY and KET-ad-
will be examined and if a both officers and men in the ranks I mented by additional equipmentand dress Is ,1223 East 37th Street,

Considerable number are found to were urged to submit their sug- extra crews. IS ,You Savannah are hereby Georgia ordered: to
!'be :tick infested and considered gestions. Willis suggested "Eagle PAID? on Monday. the 5th day of October,
'dangerous to the cattle industry, I Division" and his suggestion was Florida Represented AP 1942.court a, Rule in the Day office of the of aboveriylid the
the remainder will be killed. If I accepted by the judges. of the Circuit Court of Hendry
'the deer killed are tick free, those So America's' first Airborne I IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S to thebilloofdcomplaintfiled Florida,
'On Committee against
I. A. C.
'remaining will be allowed to live. troops will be known as "Eagles", : COURT IX AXU'POK HKX-I you In the above entitled cause by
Hunters will not be named by'a Florida boy whose Ketring, the same being -
and breed. a suit for divorce, and in default
allowed on the ,reservation.It modest comment was: : "I must WASHINGTON, Sept. 16-FNS) IN' RE: Estate of thereof the allegations of said bill
is understood that the Indians have been lucky. I" can't see why I-Florida will be' well representedon OSWALD NOTICK p. < SCHIFFLI TO CREDITORS, deceased. \vill It be Is taken further as ordered confessed that by you.this

approved of the compromise plan, everybody didn't think ,of the same the newly appointed Industry You and each of you are hereby notice to appear be published once a
week for
who has returned because it is obvious." I I notified and required to present four (4) consecutive weeks
and that Josie Billy, / name so Advisory Committee for, fruits and claims and demands which you,any or In The Clewiston News, a newspaper
to the reservation, will either of published and of general circulation
vegetables of the WPB. you may have against the in Hendry
hunters. They estate of Oswald F." Schiffli, deceased' County, Florida.
game the Seminole C. of C. Asks CountiesTo R. D. Keene of Winter Garden, late of said County, to the County WITNESS my hand and official
livestock seal of said
Will be inspected by state Judge of court this 27th day of
prominent citrus grower and ship- Hendry County Florida, at August A. D. 1942.
sanitary board officials and by arepresentative his office in. the Court House at SEAL
Aid In Fire Control per, will represent citrus and Lu- LaBelle, Florida within eight calen- )
of the state wildlife WILLIAM T. HULL
ther Chandler of Goulds, one time dar months from the date of the Clerk of the Circuit
service. I chairman of the Florida Citrus claim first publication or demand of must this be notice in writing; Each H. A. RIDER of Hendry County, Florida' I
The Big Cypress reservation, Jacksonville, (FNS) '- Discon- Commission and closely identified and must state the place of residence Solicitor forComplainant l'
miles east of Immokalee, i and post office address of the claim- i
about 35 with the state's vegetable industry, I
contains about 36,000 acres and tinuance of cooperation with Individuals ant and must' be: sworn to by the I[ Sept. 4, 11, 18, 23. I I
in forest protection in .
Jhas 'a central camp with tribal and favor of establishment of county- -" ,1
school buildings. At present' the wide protection, with the ultimate
"reservation: :! : is inhabited by approximately aim of obtaining statewide protec-
:! 100 of the 650 SemiHoles I
tion as soon as feasible: was IEIP 'EIIIILLII.
living in South Florida.
agreed upon at a meeting of the
forest protection sub-committee of I

50,000 Acres To Be the Florida State Chamber of ---- / ;;: .- ..-=- -( -,-..... -- -
Commerce here last week.It .

Planted In Glades was decided that ,a long-range t

program should be worked out l 0 $'
providing for definite annual steps I
Jacksonville, Fla. (FNS-At until the' state-wide goal is reached. 'iu': I '. \

'least 50,000 acres will be planted Cost of forest protection in .'...., 1 :' '
c-: :::",.'',;: :.';,. .
vegetables in the 'Glades
'to fall Florida is a little higher than in -'>"
area this season, and the multiple 'other states due to unusual fire "-I 1E' C

planting system will boast the hazards and the need for year i z ,.
'total of 80,000, acres, before the round operations instead of seasonal '

season cycle: has ended, accord- protection. Merging of widely h-i: i !
=ing to a recent estimate by William -. scattered individual cooperatorsinto ,, .

L. Wilson, director of state county units will cut ,the cost, ,

markets., it is believed. Only seven of the '

Seed beds for peppers, tomatoe, states 67 counties now, operateon y,1 { rM.M.
cabbage and celery are already in, a county basis. They are: Bay, .
the planting of beans has been Dade, Duval, Hillsborough, Orange, HM : ,
started, and the planting of potatoes Pinellas and Volusia.*

will soon get under way. The Charles A.. Gillett, chairman of
'bean crop is not expected to be as the State Chamber of Commerce "
large as usual but indications forrestry division, presided at the :'P"yv'6,!n..;?y'+>fGy :
'pointto: more celery, and potatoes. meeting. *.* ii i i
'The labor prpblem is still far

irom solved. It is estimated that Stern Measures To

at least 6,000 laborers will have ,
to: be imported to take care of the
Prevent Forest FiresStern
fall crops. With the armed
'ervices and industry competing for

"men, farmers are finding it increasingly measures are to be takento
difficult to get help. In prevent forest fires from occurring y 'rn
ol'y' .
many instances their most depend- in the vicinity of military ; -J."

able men have been taken from installations in Florida. State For-
'them 'because of their inability to ester H. J. Malsberger advises that i
-compete with ,wage scales of de- out of fires in these areas of suf-

fense industries. Because of lack I ficient importance that Congresshas $ ay>.

of finance 'government operated made a special appropriationfor lr!y rowM1 i.
mobjle labor camps seem to be out their control. j
'of the picture and 'olker suggested The areas to be designated and !

"sources have Uncertain values. the protective measures are now : j
The volume 'of foodstuffs being being determined by the Florida
produced in 'this rich agricultural Forest and Park Service in cooper- !
mpire is far"b'low' what could be ation with the U. S. :Forest Service y x?/+ .Jji,, ,y ; I

produced there but governmental and military officials. For mili-
restrictions arid labor "policies are tary reasons, there will be no an-

making operations such a hazardous nouncement of the location of the
gamble that 'unless some relief critical areas but a considerable

is provided, arid soon, many portion of Florida's forest land, is
growers wile compelled to hold involved. ..
plantings down to a production State Forester Malsberger points

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