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: October 2, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028415:00911
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Art's, Soda Shoppe Dies, In. Army CampPrivate


y. Woodrow Hathcock, son

Announcement is made this weekof AT COURT OF HONORAt of H. C. Hathcock of Clewiston, CAMP BLANDINGEighteen
BOWLING TOURNEY the purchase by Dan Padgett of and a resident until he entered
Shoppe popular drug
Art's Soda ,
I the army a few months ago, died
confectionary in the Hop-
; -- store and the first Court of Honor at the infirmary at the Harlingen white inductees from
.', The United States Sugar Corporation kins Building opened three months
since the'' organization of theGladesHendry Gunnery School at Harlingen, Hendry County and two transferswere
I held
;.: bowling league will wind up' ago by A. W. Lawrence.Mr. .
Texas, early this week. He
was an
b Boy Scout districtat in the September call (from
,the summer tournament tonight Lawrence, who began the
airplane mechanic.
I the Community Center Tues this county and all but three left
: with a match between the Electric in the room previously
\. business Death resulted when
day night, Joseph Daugherty of an oper- last Thursday for Camp Blanding,
Department and the Doolittles but the Lake Drug, reports
occupied by ation
was attempted to remove a
LaBelle received his Eagle Scout the largest monthly'quota yet given
j the results of this match will have he has done a splendid busi-
that sliver of
metal which
badge, the highest rank of Scout- was slowly the county according to Mrs. I. S.
.no effect on the outcome, the Field nesssince opening and regrets that
ing and believed to be the first penetrating the brain The metal Bell, Jr., clerk in the selective
team .having won the second half must sell to enter the serv-
v he now pierced .the skull when he was
awarded here since George Bestor service office here.
: by virtue of a final triumph last ice. He will be inducted next injured in ah automobile accidentin
won the honor several years ago. Many of the acceptedand
men were
Tuesday night. the U. S. Navy a
into as
Tuesday I Clewiston a few years ago.
who have made
All other scouts
I'I' reports have been returned.
The Warehouse team lost its opportunity mail specialist, third class. .
since the last Courtof body, with a military escort,
tie the Field for first advancements Others have had no report so
.. to Mr. Padgett, vocational agricul-I Honor awarded their certi was sent to Cairo, Ga., where funeral -
: ,place in the second half when they were the percentage of rejections cannot
ture teacher in the Clewiston and I services were held and burial
I to the P. M. ficates. yet be estimated. The list follows:
I dropped two games Moore Haven schools, has resigned' The meeting had been planned was in the Whigham, Ga., ceme-
I S. last night. A sweep of these effective October 15 i Charles Edward Hodges, LaBelle,
that position out-of-doors but a rain that
' for tery.The
; three games would have necessitateda put them or sooner if'a!' successor can be afternoon drove the Scouts indoors father and his sister, Gervis, accepted.

.into tying position and found. He taught all last term but detracted none from the enjoyment left for Georgia by train as soon John Tom Hudson, Jr., ,Clewis

run-off to determine the second- and had started the present term, of the food prepared on as word was received of his death ton, no report.

:half winner. teaching in Clewiston in the morning the stove, at the Center or from I I and they were joined there by his Joseph Alfred Anthony Lizotte,
The play-off between the first in the I three brothers transfer to Lancaster New Hamp-
f and in Moore Haven the enthusiasm of the group. Meats J. B. Hathcock of .
1 .and second half winners and run- afternoon. He is well known by served with cole slaw, baked' Key West, Carl Hathcock of Mem- shire.
ners-up held on the coming I Clewiston and 'should phis and Kie Hathcock who is also
everyone in beans, bananas and coffee. I Charles Vernon Claycomb, for-
between the
Tuesday night have no difficulty in maintainingthe Following the dinner the ,Courtof In the army'' and training at a merly here with the U. S. Engi-

team and the Commissary, first business which has been built Review was held as usual at camp in Texas. The family has neers and transferred to Atlanta,

t' .half winners, four out of seven up by Mr. Lawrence. each monthly meeting and merit resided in Clewiston about eight already in the army as a second
4 for the championship. The II
.games badge and advancement awards )years. lieutenant with,' the U. S. Engineer
: runners-up, the Warehouse and the
Personnel teams will play for the Post Office Sells I made to a number of Scouts includ- I I Corps.

4 best three out of five games. I ing Life Scout badges to Jimmy I Raymond Padgett Tells I Frank Lee Hutehinson, LaBelle. ,

In Bonds" Don Wilson and Kenneth Farnamof i I no report.
Final tournament standings $74,400
cept for tonight's match are ex-I as the Moore Haven troop. J. M. I Of Great Adventure I, William Howard Johnson, Clewis-

Couse, chairman of the advance- ton fish camp operator, no report.
Postmaster A. W. Sias did "some I ment ,committee, presided at this / William Harold Roland, transfer

Team W. L. Pct. quick figuring this morning and court of review. Raymond Padgett, a brother of. from Belle Glade, accepted.

'! ,Field ................:.. .... 22 5.801 discovered that'' the ,local post office After the routine advancementsJ. Dan Padgett of Clewiston, whose Pete Lubbert Coleman, LaBelle,

....... ........ 20 7 .737
Warehouse : since the outbreak of war on E. Beardsley made a brief but experiences early in the war have. no 'report.

Commissary............. 18 9 ,667 December 7, last year, had sold impressive talk to the Scouts in been printed and broadcast, is : Harmon Guy, LaBelle, no report.

-Steammakers ............ 17 10 .629 worth of bonds through which he urged them to study close- home in Pahokee for a mo th's''I Billie Guy, Fort Myers, accepted.

i P. M. S. .................... 17 10 ..623 September 174,400, maturity value. (Continued' on page 8) furlough, and was able to tell of John Willie Powers, LaBelle, no
. \ Dixie : ....... 16 11 .589 '
Crystals :
; : The heaviest sales for any' month his experiences to his friends who .I report. t

I, ,IiA Elec.! Dept. .............. 14 10 ,582 were in August when $20,250 were at one time had given him up as Willie Edgar Morgan, Clewiston,

Research ..................14 13 .519 dead. induction postponed for ninety
purchased by Clewiston people and
I, Personnel................. 14 13 .519 the smallest amount, $3800 sold ETHERTON DISCUSSES Raymond was in the thick of days.

t'; Real Estate ............-. 13 14 .481 in July. In December sales were things when the War of the Pa- Gaurdy "Mattison Waters, Jr.,

Whirlwinds ....._........ 12 15 .445 $4,900 and this was stepped up GAS TAX AMENDMENTAT cific began for he had been serv- Clewiston, accepted.

,Office Scrubs ............ 12 ,15 ..445L. each month until March when there ing aboard one of Uncle Sam's Abner Wesley Waldron, Jr.,

and C. ................ ,12 15 .,445 was a sharp decrease for two battle wagons for fifteen years. It Liberty Point storekeeper, accepted.

Doolittles ................... 1014 .417 months. Sales again shot up ,in KIWANISMEETiNG was down near the Island of Bali George Bonnel Smith, Clewiston,

Genl. Office ..-......... 10 17 .370 I that an engagement was taking accepted.
I I I May to $12,025'only to drop againin
House' Crackers, 10 17 ..370,' William Wilson LaBelle,
Sug. June and July., Another drop place and he was a member of Henry ,
t : M. S. Blues ........._.. '7 20 :.259 I county'com one of the crews. Rushing no report.
after the August high ,was recorded Glen E. Etherton, -
Harvesters .............:..: '5.. 22 .185 in September, when. :.Jess than $5,000 missioner"trom'' the Clewiston, dis- below decks to bring up a fifty- Orby 'Alvin Home; transfer' _from
, : The following wou bowling shoesfor ..' *- shell The ''. 'the: Bonifay, accepted.- '*
worth were"sb'l'dt I -, trict, was speaker at the. regular pound payied- near :
t :;-_' the nighest'sco'r '' made during -! This does ,not- represent the ,total 'meeting of the Kiwanis ,Club on muzzle of one of the five-inch guns Cyrus Newton Arche 'fTClewistou; ;

I A September: Men's ten, pins, H, just ast wasfired and the con- accepted. : -
J I purchase for Clewiston as both the Wednesday. evening at .the Inn and
: : C. Kolstad, 224; ladies' ten pins,'I First Bank of Clewiston and the explained' details of the gas tax cussion blew him into the sea, still Harry 'Jefferson (Bud) Vaughn,

! -Mrs. Tillie Oliver, 181; boys' tenpins Clewiston Building; and Loan,, Association -1, amendment to be voted upon in : hugging the shell but he said that Clewiston, accepted.

I Eric Thomas, 269 ; girls' tenpins have been selling bonds)I ,November by the : electorate of after a few moments it occurredto Willie Ricks of Clewiston, was

I Millie Bourne, 152; boys' i and a report was not available from: Florida and of, the(: effort made him 'that he should drop it. also ordered to report but had

I duck pins, 'Jimmie Waters, 166; j them this ,week. I by the board of commissioners to Then began several hours In the ,already enlisted in the U. S. Navy

.. men's duck pins, Phil McLeod, 153. defense water before the tides carried him without his' release from the selective -
lf4J1 The post office growth was also furnish funds for a: county
on the beach of Bali where he I service board.
I reflected in a comparison of receipts council office. up

{ Another Teacher For for' the quarter Just ended Mr. Etherton explained that the was discovered by natives and when

and 'the' same quarter a year ago gas, tax amendment' is being pushed found to be an American he 'said I Rationing Of Rubber

First. Grade Promised showing $4,037.80, against $2,613-: 'hard by Governor Holland as a that every effort was made to

Ol\ee j : 82 for an increase of 35 per cent. method of retiring Florida's huge make him comfortable and get him Boots Now In Effect

! ---- This rate of growth, if continued, ;,load 1 of road and. bridge bond indebtedness back to his ship. They hid him I

I Prof. R. W. Turk .stated this will mean another advancement for I and that the Hendry from the Japs by day and he traveled -

I : I I 4 week that the Hendry- County_ the office next year.RightOfWays. i County board as well as most'I by night through the jungles, The Office of Price ,Administration -
j school board had promised to fur- other county boards of the state for about :250 miles to where he II announced this week that rationing -

I ,i i nish Another first grade_ teacher I Claimed had adopted resolutions. urging its could rejoin his ship. of certain types of rubber
i I for the Clewiston school as soon passage. He has been in the hospital for I boots is now in effect in order that

as one could be, obtained, thus I District The amount to be received by about a month for treatment of an workers who must wear rubber

j eliminating the, .necessity for teach'I''I By Drainage ) each county is figured on the nor- ear injury caused by the gun's footwear will be assured of getting

ing a part of the grade ____ I mal gasoline consumption which concussion and will be in for an- them.

morning and another part, in the I An ''advertisement in th"is' week's) will be reduced somewhat during I other month following his furlough No sportsmen will be allowed to

afternoon which is done at present. the war years. Eighty per cent after which he will return to duty. buy this type boots nor will a

The extra teacher, ,however, will issue calls attention of land owners of this money, after all indebtedness -I His greatest fear is that this return -i I worker be certified for heavy boots

1 present another problem to the of the Everglades Drainage for roads and bridges in the I may be an assignment to shore I I when light ones will serve his pur-

overcrowded school for there is District adjacent to main canals county''' has been paid off will go I duty. I II l i pose equally as well. The six

not another classroom available. It that there is a right-of-way reservation for the construction and maintenance rationing types are below knee

''may be necessary to use the auditorium of 130 feet from center line : of county roads. The plan'I Pete Chagaris Sells heavyweight boots, and lightweight

for classes but this will of such canals, encroachment on is to be in effect for fifty years pacs and bootees ten inches or
I be avoided if possible the audi- of that time higher, above-knee storm king
as which will be prosecuted unless and in the course
I Bar To Enter Army
torium is used will received boots, pacs. bootees and work shoes
now as a study specifically authorized by permit Hendry county ap-
I proximately $5,237,500 or about less than ten inches high and hip
or easement.The I -
enrollment, Mr Turk says, $104,730 annually for the fifty boots. Other types will not
reservation was originally Peter Chagaris genial managerof
is increasing :an average of one year period, figuring of course on rationed.
made for the purpose of providingthe the Clewiston Bar, this week Applicants for these rationed
pupil Figures prior to the
a day. Wednesday normal consumption
district with room to operate' announces the sale of his stock at the
I I I of boots may apply
I showed an enrollment of 375 pupils i" war. The state's total indebtedness types
'II- for subsequent operations in canals and lease of the fixtures and build I office of the rationing board in
in comparison with the highest is 178 million dollars.In
and for future public roads. Many ing to H. J. Oglesby in preparation:, the Hopkins building for necessary
I figure last term 330, in February. discussing the defense coun-
pumping plants have been for his call into service which!
filled out.
blanks to be
t I The enrollment is expected to substantially cil funds Mr. Etherton explainedthat I
, constructed on this'rightofway Is expected in November. The deal I
I increase after the begin- several months ago the com- !
during recent years without much was closed Monday and Mr. Ogles I
ning of the sugar harvest season. missioners wrote to the attorney Enlistments In Navy
regard to their existence which by takes over, in complete
There are now 55 pupils in the general to see, whether or not the'ycould
interfere with maintenance next Monday. charge'l
first grade all being taught by may I provide funds to carryon I
"''I operations. Mr. Chagaris made an Law--;; :
popular manager
Mrs.. John N. Montgomery. the expense of the council. They A. W.
I V enlist in the Navy as mess sergeantbut
There are 223 students in the found they could not do so Without of Art's Soda Shoppe, and
PLANTS SWEET POTATOES some, details of his draft, status
first six grades, 100 ,in junior highs I budgeting for it or being per- Emmett Shelley, head bookkeeperin
prevented so he is now awaitinghis
s I and 52 in senior high. mitted to divert some other fund the offices of the United States
J. E. Beardsley has, planted thir- induction call. in Miami
I by the Comptroller. Funds were Sugar Corporation were
teen acres to sweet potatoes on Mr. Oglesby states that there will
and enlistedin
of the week
not diverted and when the new the first
, : j I Filling Stations Asked I Ir ,his; holdings west of the highway budget was made up this year it be no change in the policies or the. U. S. Navy. 'Mr. Lawrence

To Check Ration Books i I near Nine-Mile Canal and expectsto contained a $2,000 item for the personnel of the business and hopes II I passed his physical examinationsand
increase this to for the continued patronage of the
I' twenty acres.|I council office. This necessitated a I will report for induction next
II This is largely an experimental! people of Clewiston. Mr.
mail specialist.
i slight raise in the county millage Tuesday as a
(Hendry County News) planting, the price at harvestingtime and Comptroller J. M. Lee refusedto Shelley's induction next Monday as

County Ration Adminsitrator L. determining whether the po- permit this raise. Consequently, 900 Drivers Are Still a storekeeper first class will depend -

,' i ,M. Jennings is hereby warning Hen- tatoes will be sold for human consumption Mr. Etherton says, it now looks upon a history of his physical
' dry county filling station operatorsto or be used for cattle week.
doubtful if money will be provided. Without New Permits condition as submitted this
Ij' check the expiration date on Band I feeding. ,' Renford D. Burkett, of Clewis-
t A. W. Lawrence, secretarytreasurer -
ration books used
C gasoline recruit -
ton, is listed as a new navy
------------ -- of
------- ---- of the club for 'a number
by customers. I his resignationas (Hendry County News) and Is one of 77 men sworn
j Administrator Jennings instructed -, fective Oct. 22. years, handed in
OC'n driversin the weekendat
I he is entering the Navy next estimated 2,500 into the Navy over
,j Miss Evelyn Klrkus, clerk in Since the new books cannot legally approximately the Miami recruiting office.
Martin chosenas Hendry county,
N. was
! the LaBelle ration office to take be used before that time, filling week. W. ., 900 are still without their new I Renford chose the Aviation Training .
t'' applications now ''for renewal of Band station men should check the coversof his successor.Several 1943 permit. Unless this is se- program and together with 21

L: C books which expire Oct. 21, all supplementary ration books new members were approved cured before today is over they other of the 77 men will be sent

,' in order to avoid a last minute tendered on gasoline purchases to and will be taken into the will\ be compelled to stand exami- to Jacksonville for training at the
', rush at that time. She will then see that they don't take in any club at an early meeting.
} I issue new books which become ef- illegal coupons, :Jennings said. I Announcement was made of the (Continued on Page 8) Naval Air '

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a. r k'z Washington, D. C. I

Donald Nelson's "get. tough" policy -

gets increasingly unfortunate
reverberations. Part of this is because

Donald, nice as he is, and
f. tti4+s qy well liked as he is, just doesn't seem
to have a knack for feeling the pub

lic, pulse.
For instance, he should have
known ,that the "most popular man

in Washington, as far as little business // 4'i' f/f 5)J
is concerned, is Guy Holcomb, 4 ,

head of the justice department'ssmall
business bureau. Yet Nelson

reached into the justice departmentand

demanded that the attorney /
/ w
general fire Holcomb. The reaction 1
k '
against Nelson has been bad. '-

FIRST AID First aid for the Nelson had no jurisdiction over

lb. injured is important in peace time, but in the justice department, and it ,is

such training is of the greatest value. Above, a Girl Scout leader is unusual 'for one executive to reach '
war into the affairs of an outside office. 1 IT*
instructing a group in elementary first aid. The girls are learning to However, Holcomb has been con- : ; ?

anchor a triangle bandage for an injured arm. sistently critical of WPB's failureto ,,
award war contracts to little busi- --- zH

GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA, an organization of about 654,000 ness; his cracks got on Nelson's Let's Have a Real Football Supper;! .1

scouts, have their work all cut out for them in the American war nerves, and he demanded that the (See Recipes Below.) r H 1
attorney general fire him. So to
effort. All of them are trained to take care of,themselves and of
keep peace in the official family, Hol- I
others in case of need. And 44,000 of them are seniors, between the comb was "permitted to resign." Football Supper 1

ages of 15 and 18, who have been in training since last fall for Actually, 'Holcomb was a hustling Football Supper
Thoughts for fall
naturally bring
business from Atlanta Spaghetti Creole
specific defense needs. young man ,
mind fall's favorite foot- I
Ga., who knew nothing about red game, I Tossed Greens '*Corn bread
The Senior Service Scout Training program is modeled on the tape, spurned bureaucracy and went I that ball, and well foods after, Apple Pandowdy.Football

training of the Girl Guides of England, who performed valuable around saying exactly what he, :,. the go game. It Brew t-

work in the Battle of Britain. Candidates for S. S. S. training thought of people who seemed to makes no difference Recipes Given
be lying down on the job. Result: I II '
must measure to a severe standard before they may even whether you
up He made a lot of enemies, but he I '
start training. They must be physically fit; must pass a test in got an awful lot done for little busi 1)'j). : .::. ,'...-'.i::-" have of the been to one

the standard Junior Red Cross first aid course.; must know the ness. ?';:'I.'Uk.l'\"i''' big gamesor mince one small onion and toss
:: 'ft'/;; whether you among the greens. Marinate 1 cup
instance he discovered that :
about their .... ...
country community \:: ( are going to feed of cooked green beans in french
only three companies in the entire : ':::' H.
intimately enough to get aroundin (} />Cr F1 United States got all the contractsfor the- hungry! crowdof dressing for 20 minutes and add' to

daylight or dark; must know putting boilers in merchant youngsters who' come -in from salad bowl. Add more' french. dress
playing in the nearest available
ing and serve.
how to pack an overnight kit ships. field, the uppermost thought in
your You can turn out a chili con carne
with common necessities withina mind is good, hot, appetizing food.. f'
ALASKAN ATTACKSThe in no time and it's a wonderful dish j
limited time must know how Do something special for the table
; senate military affairs com- on these evenings with a fall tang in I
to prepare a shelter; arrange mittee got some encouraging news -even the a little touching-up will'bring, the air. The kidney beans, tomatoesand
appreciative oh's and ah's from
emergency sanitary facilities; when it met behind closed doors to ground meat blend in delicious
your family and guests. Perhaps
and arrange for cooking meals hear the report of a subcommittee there are a few chrysanthemumsstill flavor:

indoors and outdoors for any : which has returned from an inspection in the garden or you might try Chili Con Carne.
tour of Alaskan fortifications
number of people. our to get together a few, small novelty (Serves 6)
footballs to make up into a centerpiece -, ZVz cups kidney beans
For military reasons,, the greater : A cloth in the burnished fall 1 large onion, sliced

Right: Typical S. S. S. girl salut- !it part of the report cannot be re- colors or deep brown, bright yellow, chopped,
green pepper
vealed. However this much be '
ing here is one of, the two girls <-'<;% can or what-have-you will mark you asa F,
you 1
J told: pound ground beef
I, >M""> hostess whose eye is ever on the
first to 'earn. the Senior Service 3 tablespoons lard
The subcommittee, composed, of calendar and season.
Scout ratilfg"-in New York. 111 Senators Happy Chandler of Ken 'Spaghetti Creole. ZVz cups tomatoes .\ '

tucky, Mon Wallgren of Washingtonand (Serves 8) IVz teaspoons salt
Rufus Holman of Oregon, was
pounds long: spaghetti Paprika
unanimous in declaring that our
# 2 onions, chopped
/ aerial defenses in Alaska 3 whole cloves
were 1 clove garlic ,
strong enough to repel any attempted % cup butter 1 bay leaf

Jap invasion. }4 cup oil 1 tablespoon chili powder

Remarkable progress has been 2 cans tomato puree Brown onion, green pepper and
made since Pearl Harbor in estab- 2/2 cups tomatoes meat in hot lard. Add tomatoes ,..

r ii t ;' a s, S fy .(xYF'a j f; lishing new land and sea bases in 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce and seasonings.. Simmer,two hours,

the Alaskan area. The three senators Salt, pepper adding water if necessary. Add

/t /7 also paid high tribute to the 1 pound, ground beef beans and heat, thoroughly.
< morale and skill of U. S. airmen, Grated cheese Corn Bread.
who are forced to fly in the worst
ifi Cook onion and
%4: garlic (peeled anda 1 cup yellow cornmeal
kinds of
2 weather conditions. toothpick run through it) in the % cup wheat flour s

__ r Though refusing to predict on how hot oil and butter, slowly. Remove 1 teaspoon baking powder
soon we can start an all-out air offensive garlic. Add tomato puree, tomatoes, JA teaspoon salt
r { g t ,, 'tI4.ri. } to drive the Japs from their, Worcestershire sauce, salt and ,pep- 1 beaten egg \

footholds in the Aleutians, the subcommittee per. Cook meat in additional fat. Yz cup milk

reported that one obstacle Add to first mixture and cook very 1 tablespoon melted butter

which has been holding up slowly for two hours. Cook spa- Sift flour and mix with other dry

such an offensive has now been ghetti in boiling, salted water. Drain ingredients. Combine egg with milk
) ;/ ibwos..4caxx licked. and rinse in hot water. 'Place in 'and add to dry ingredients. Add
Hitherto we have been unable to buttered casserole, first spaghetti
j melted butter and pour batter intoa
send protective convoys of fighting layer, then sauce, grated cheese, well greased pan. Bake in a hot

.G' planes with, bombers raiding Jap and so on until casserole is full. (425-degree) oven about 25 minutes '
xi osb4kaltls positions in the Aleutians, becauseour Garnish with an additional slice of I

The fighters do not have the flying bacon if desired. Bake in a slow *Apple Pandowdy.
j importance of blankets in time of disaster was learned the hard
range for the 1,000-mile round trip (325-degree) oven 45 minutes. (Serves 6)
: way in bomb-battered Britain. Girl Scouts have profited by that sad from the army base at Umnak island Contrast note to the Spaghetti Cre- 1 ,Recipe Pastry

experience and have organized blanket brigades, trained to pack and nearest outpost to the Japs. ole is a green vegetable chilled to 4 cups sliced apples

deliver blankets to specified areas in a hurry, as shown in picture at However, this problem has been a crispness. It's y2 teaspoon salt

left. Right: Senior Service Girl Scouts are trained in the ways' of babies, solved tanks by the on installation fighters. They of "belly"gas also a good idea \teaspoon cinnamon

and know .just how to handle them-just in case babies and parents several hundred gallons of fuel carry and starchy to balance food with a ? A teaspoon nutmeg I

should become separated during an air raid. can be dropped after they are something as full Q 2 tablespoons butter :

emptied.The of minerals and Jcup molasses I
\ subcommittee also ,reportedthat
vitamins as an )
hit.i interference with army and armload of greens 419111f Vz cup sugar

: ; .. navy radio communications in the clinging together J r- \4 cup water

I Alaskan area, caused by bad weather with a light, tart french dressing: Divide pastry into two portionsand
{ ,' / and the Aurora Borealis, was be- Tossed Greens. roll thin. Line shallow baking

ing largely circumvented by com Wash lettuce and separate into dish with pastry' Mix apples, salt,

1 ,pass flying. leaves.[ Use several large spinach spices and sugar and put in pan.

leaves, carefully washed, and shred Combine molasses with water and
UNFOUNDED RUMORDEPARTMENT ded with the lettuce leaves, or small pour over fruit. Dot with butter,

spinach leaves used whole among cover with remaining pastry, press
The Rumor: One of the Freuhauf
and trim. Bake in a
the lettuce. Shred three carrots, edges together
i! :< 1 J y :t brothers in Detroit, who manufac- moderately hot (425-degree) oven 15 I
,3< 2 y ,
i ture trailers, gave his yacht to the minutes. Lower temperature to i

I / <,'. navy, but before doing so said he slow (325 degrees) and bake 30 I
wanted to take it on a farewell Lynn Says: from
minutes. Remove oven, chop
1 1i cruise. He,had no sooner got few The Score Card: The secretaryof I
i a top crust into fruit, return to oven I
hours offshore, however, when he agriculture, Claude Wickard, and continue baking 1 hour. Serve
\ received a peremptory demand from has announced that meat ration- with butter with plain or whipped
: the navy to return, after which Har- ing days are in prospect, so learn
TSIITt ry Hopkins and his new bride took now, how to cut down on meats.
:: over the yacht and sailed away on Fewer meat cuts will be availa- Football Brew.
their honeymoon.The ble, so be prepared to learn howto Use 1 heaping teaspoon decaffeinated -

I'i Truth: Harry Hopkins doesn't do many different things with coffee, regular grind for each "' .
like yachting, gets seasick easily, what you have. cup water. Pour cold water into
spent his ,vacation in Connecticut. Eggs, cheese and fish are obtainable pot or percolator. Set percolator
i Harry Freuhauf, interviewed by this moderate prices and basket with coffee in it. Cover. Let

I columnist on the telephone, said: are wonderful props in place of percolate 15 to 20 minutes slowly
I "My brothr did turn his yacht over meat, and are all rich sources of and gently.

to the navy, but the arrangementswere protein which is one- of the main Lynn Chambers can give you expert
entirely amiable, and Harry values of meat. advice on your household and food prob-
WHATS COOKING? There's quite a difference between cook Hopkins never was on it at any Tea supplies are short, so it's lems.' Write her at Western Newspaper

I ing for one and two persons and cooking for large groups. Girl Scout time or place. We have heard all. suggested you dispense with the Union, 210 South Dcsplaines street Chi-
learn how sorts of about this but one teaspoon per pot measure as cago, Illinois. Please enclose a stamped,
to rumors there
j prepare mass meals under tutelage of'a Red Cross canteen I self-addressed envelope for your reply. "i.
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THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and ment he was about to put a ques- "Senor Montaya tola me the story. "Hitler certainly takes a hissingat Gob-Do you dance? "

. I' his wife, Lee, are already on their way top tion, when a furious chugging and Well, things grow fast here. It won'tbe the newsreels, doesn't he?" Date-Oh, yes, I love to.

I' Tlerra Libre when he receives a note clanking of rails, the sudden sound many years before the trees "Yes, his 'name will be a byword Gob-Well, then let's love. .
i from Zora Mitchell warning theD\'not to
magnified by the backdrop of moun- planted at this end will give good in hisstory."
II, When they arrive In Tlerra Libre
tainside, told of a motorcar racing shade." Some Comfort
1 they find both Zora and her
: dead. It Is Mitchell's Job as chief engineer around the foot of the range to- Nobody said anything to this, either They say the biggest fool is the Winston Churchill, the story s

I' for a fruit company that Jeff has ward the field. so Curt went on in a moment, old fool. Well, he's had'more timeto goes, was walking through the
: been called to fill. Later Jeff's friend The look of relief that swept Ry- rather irritably, "You should clear practice.Still. ruins of some blitzed streets when "
: Bill Henderson Is also killed, and Jeff den's face was not lost on Curt, who the grass from that end of the field. an old woman greeted him. The s

I suspects his employer, Senor Montaya, I thought, What now? In a few strides From the color and ripple in the a Minority prime minister asked her how she
I of murdering him and the Mitchells because I the end of the building wind I from here that it's j''
at tell
they were can "Say, Bill. You didn't marry felt after the night of bombing.
had found clue to the I
strange they things going on at a the plantation. and saw a mozo swinging wide high and dry. Don't your enginesever that girl back' home while you "Well, there's one thing about
the gates so the motorcar would spit fire? Couldn't your planesin these air raids "
Other sinister figures are the company were on vacation, did you? she replied cheer- ,$
; chemist, Dr. Toenjes, and the flyers, By- not have to stop its pace. landing or taking off fire that dry '"Almost, Joe. Two of us were fully, "they do take your mind off .J*
j' den and Lannestock. So far Jeff has no Ah, Curt thought, the visitor's ex stuff?" willing-me and the minister." the war." t
F t evidence, only suspicions; but he Is convinced pected. Montaya? "We cut it regular. It is time

II; that the solution lies with Mon The car, came to a grinding stop again," Ryden conceded.The <

taya. and out popped not the suave, group was ambling. Curt be- '
11 NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY smooth Senor Montaya, but Dr. came aware that Dr. Toenjes was uncle }!Jhl a RHEUMATIC. PAIN 1

Toenjes! steering them away from the white- 1I,1d net Spoil your Day-Oil after It Now '1
Don't put off getting O2223 to
CHAPTER X "Ahh? Meestoor Coortiss. A zer- floored space before the chemical lieve pain of muscular rheumatism re-! '..:.J:

prise, no?" The man's voice was shed. He grinned.At 3czgi: and other rheumatic pains. Buy .'?j

I ;i Curt was tired, hot, and sticky. normal enough, his shaggy brows this point Dr. Toenjes suggested C-2223 today. GOc, $1, everywhere. ..
i a He had some matters to go over comically arched.Ul' coom for ze a drink, so they headed for the Use only as directed. The purchase '
'i with Montaya and had intended a vorrds vith Herr Lannestock und clubroom. Lannestock held open the An Unnatural Liking price refunded if you're not satisfied. ;

trip to the senor's office after a. find you. It iss "a plezoor." To Ry screen door. They took chairs about ,
j'; shower and change of clothes. But den he said, "He iss here, no? Herr atable' and a native servant set Success is attained not by doing
there was an hour to spare and this: Lannestock?" before them tall glasses and bottlesof the things we like, but by liking the For the service man who smokes ,:
things we have to do. a pipe or rolls-his-own, no finer ':
. time for a "Yes. In his room making clean. Schnapps. Only then did Toenjes ,
was as good a as any
visit to the field. Ryden's voice had changed. Gone become quite fully at ease. He couldbe Perhaps the reason romance his gift could be sent than a pound of ';1

'J s He plunged down a rugged footpath was the' stiffness, in its place relief, affable .when he chose.' It was lasted longer in the old days was favorite tobacco. Surveys ':

i leading into a more traveled as though he were handing over re not a prolonged visit, and I the last because the bride looked the same board among show men in camp and on ship

1 pathway, and in less than fifteen sponsibility."Ah lift of the big tumblers found it end- after washing her face. that tobacco is the .
gift most
appreciated. Local deal ;
I minutes was at the wide double zen I see him latoor. You ing on a reasonably social note. 'If a man doesn't know anything,
::; gates that stretched across the railroad like ze-ze-teengs you see here, Yet even now, after drinking to- 'he will tell you all about it at great of ers Prince are now Albert featuring pound cans "'
I j tracks leading into the field. Meestoor Coortiss?" Toenjes waved gether with him, Curt noted the length. Smoking Tobaccothe

I : These were of heavy fence wire his hand vaguely at the field, the Swedes were still unsmiling and for- When one will not, two cannot -tobacco-to world's send largest-selling to men in pipe our
buildings.A mal!
pulled taut pipe frames. One
" over quarrel.
I and Curt zerprize, rio? Curt mimicked to Dr. Toenjes offered Curt.a lift up armed forces, a favorite with
gate was swinging ajar,
tJ many a pipe-smoker or roll-your-
in. himself. I teenk no. You're a con- the mountainside."You Pleasant WishingIt
on own fan in the services.-Adv. '
A few men busy some distance haven't taken care 'of your is more consoling to wish that
away hadn't seemed to notice 'his business with Gosta," Curt reminded one were as young as those who

approach, yet word had carried. Be- him, adding provocatively, "the value the ephemeral enjoyments
fore Curt reached the field office, business that brought you to the of youth than to look contemptu-'

young Karl Ryden came trotting field." ously on youth that overestimatesthem. pBuys
f around a corner of the nearest hangar The Dutchman stared, through his you the

1 his square face congested with thick lenses. "Oh, 'yess." He spoketo If you wait too long for some-

anger or annoyance, Curt couldn'ttell It iw Lannestock: "It iss about tomor- thing to turn up, it may be your DD IHAY
which. Perhaps it was both. row, ze vork for you. Coom to ze toes.
office, on ze map I show you."
Said Curt cheerfully "I at
If want to leave footprintson
The two but few min you
p the were gone a
hospital and the short cut down
the sands of time must
utes. Then Curt and the doctor, in you
the hill was inviting. Should have ahal"PCr beeause
21 r the latter's their have plenty of sand. th y'rr ODe.
phoned, perhaps, but I wasn't near car, were on way third thlDner.
up to San Alejo. DOUBLE OR
t one at the moment.
j "It is all right," Ryden said stiff- II I 1It This was the first time Curt had Popular LanguageThe ,SINGLE EDGE

F. n ly. "We happen to be here today." ( I gone over the branch line to the 4forlOC
' airfield. It followed the field's boun-
! Lannestock Malay language has increased -
came running wiping
upr Manufactured and guaranteed by
dary at first then halfway down
I much in and
his hands so popularity
on some cotton waste. FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO.,NEW YORK!
curved to cling to the foot of '
He too i away prestige during the past century
was visibly put out by the l
the mountain. This necessitated
visit. Curt ignored the scowl, tried a that today the peoples of nearly
rather long spur to serve the bodegaat 40 different nationalities it
another smile, extended his hand toP speak
I Lannestock. the far end of the field. to the exclusion of... heir. mother ?

"Hello, Lannestock. Or shall I fWllW % VJ 1a They had just passed this spur tongue. WJujS

I say Gosta?" We're all one family when there came a buzzing from aches and pains of
here." the air which quickly grew in volume RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

Both Swedes bowed stiffly, uncer- to a steady, powerful drone. \
" tainly. Ryden was the spokesman."Of Curt put his head out .of the win- To '
course, Mr. Curtis. We are dow to look up, but could see noth-
t friends here." ing.

"Fine-Karl." He surveyed the Toenjes stopped the car. Both

two. "Repair work on the planes today men climbed out, squinting againstthe from developingPut

I' I ?" sun. They knew the C. A. T. a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol REEyBRiNds

, j "Yes." Ryden snapped this out. planes were grounded arid in any up each nostril at the very first sniffle, :

ore He then flung some Swedish at 1 case this sound told of heavier ships. sneeze or sign of nasal irritation. Its Large Bottle nib!imuoa)]'112-SnwIlSlz 60c|

Lannestock, who stood wiping sweat Powerful ships. More than one. :Nature's quick action defenses aids :jJ IT lit ODD DRDE STORES ir IY MAIL receipt if ffici f
I from his forehead with the sleeve Then they were seen. Two huge I againstcolds.Followdirections VICKS : McNEIL DRUG CO.,Inc.
of his from bank I VA-7RO-HOL 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,Florida 1
I coverall. Lannestock nodded IIJ planes dropped a of in.folder.
f and made off for the living quarters. clouds and circled low over the San

+ I Ryden spoke again to Curt. 7 Alejo field."Army .

i a "My friend will get clean. Then planes!" Curt exclaimedat
I have sight of the insignia on the wings.
i something to drink. Now
Dr. Toenjes turned his thick lenseson
I you let me show you the plant." "Must be from the Canal. Well,
Curt. "Yess he hissed. .IN THE
Grouped behind the two hangars why do they circle" ? Why don't they NAVYthey say _

I I were the utility buildings, and it founded liar, Doctor. Lannestock land or fly on?
was to these Ryden led the way. phoned'I was here. Why? The chem- Thereason became apparent as a i1G t

I I The largest was a V-shaped affair ical, of course. third plane came limping into view. OAT for submarine

I housing in one wing the office, He indicated the sh d. "Your One of its engines was misfiring.

in the other a six-room bachelor compound, Doctor?" Something had happened and these NNTN CAM" for destroyer

quarters for Ryden, Lannestock, and Dr. Toenjes turned his thick lenseson two were hanging on to make sure

their principal mechanics.But Curt. of the third's safety. "FLAT'TOP'for aircraft carrier
1 "Yess," he hissed. The damaged plane settled onto
there remained the
hangars. "Efficient method of treating the the San Alejo runway, taxied to the GAMEL'for
With Ryden clearly reluctant Curt their }'
Curt end. Above, the two circling
himself led the ground, grinned, "taking it upper
I each way. in thousand-acre lots." planes climbed, 'straightened out,
In front of
I plane it housed mechanics hangar was the "Ah, yess. Eef 'Associated hadso and made off directly North. favorite cigaretteWith
I were done before they pla-ant, they "Headed for Soledad," said Curt.
- still at work on them. On
one plane would have ze reechest cutting efer "Let's go back and find out what's men in the Navy, Army, %r'' ,
they were repairing the landing known. Their land ees good, wiz- wrong." Marines, and Coast Guard, the ri l
but the other machine ''
was favorite cigarette is Camel. % '
out ze-ze-how you say? ze sour The words weren't necessary. The
dismantled of cowling and propellor from ze centuries of water." Dutchman's brows bristled, his eyes (Based on actual sales records in "'s: 4 dv
and a new wing had been in- Canteens and Post Exchanges.) Ehi
stalled. The old "They're still cutting strong, Doc- bulged. "Ja! he wheezed, and excitedly -
one lay on the tor Curt said Then into the
ground. dryly. as the plunged car.

III. Curt puzzled. These Dutchman's eyes continued to bore They could have backed the car
were makeof
plane quite unfamiliar to him a but through him he gave a short laugh. onto the bodega track, then out the if" i '

after all Curt wasn't a particularly "Look here, Dr. Toenjes. Let's get other arm of the spur's "Y," and
air-minded man. They something straightened out. You, thus be headed for the field again. :; 1

bulky, awkward things,seemed Percherons big, too, Karl. And Gosta," he added, as But Toenjes couldn't wait so long.

----of the air, built for hard usage. i Lannestock joined the group in fresh Curt had only time to hop on the
whites. running board as the Dutchman
Each had powder-laying nozzles
truding from the fuselage well back pro- "You'll have to get rid of your crashed into reverse gear and ITS STRICTLY 9'
under the tails. suspicions of me. I'm no spy for backed the car to the field.

Thought of this powder led Curt's Associated. I work for Senor Mon- When they arrived at the grounded CAMELS WITH ME.5.'< Q
taya, just as do. His
the plane they four men
eyes to shed-type structure be- army
'. tween the hangars, which evidently mine, and I' mcertainly going to : landed and the plane already sur- THEY'RE WILDER_AND
do to undermine
housed the chemical for nothing my own rounded by airfield workers. The
treating the +
future. I didn't seek this job. The
swampland. The sliding doors were newcomers were in United States FLAVOR CLICKS
senor sought me. Up to then
closed and locked, but the hard- Army uniform. One, the leader, ; <>
heard of
ji packed earth before the building even planting.So was expostulating angrily with the EVERY TIME
you needn't be worried about
and in paths leading to the air- my" glowering Ryden.
. secret
giving Doctor.
away your ,
!, I planes' loading spaces was white He couldn't keep the sarcasm "What the deuce? There are no private "4 ttwi a r! 3 iLt
.. with the stuff trod in under foot. from his words, but he smiled agree- fields, man, when a plane is in
Curt noticed floodlighting equip- ably enough. He took off his Stet- distress. Here! Keep those mon r
ment. from this plane. Bland- AND NOTE THIS:
keys away
son to wipe the sweatband and mop ,
S "I see you can do night flying." Newman! Push these people
his forehead, and by way of chang- ing The smoke of slow-burning -
"That is for"emergency. We have ing the subject he motioned to the back! You, whatever your name is."
never used it. far end of the field and the big He stabbed a finger at Ryden for
Something else was for. emergency abandoned hangars there. attention. "You seem to have authority '
too. An emergency against "Too bad you couldn't have used here. We'll have to make CAMELS
I emergency Curt told himself. Atone the original hangars and had the repairs before we can go on. Giveus
I I end of the hangar in front of benefit of that shade," he said. a hand and we can take off before
I I j him he saw a broad shelf holding As the three stared at him he dark, but waste any more time contains LESS NICOTINE F3 .
i some dozens of oil flares. he hadn't I can't land here andyou'll
laughed again. telling me than that of'tbe 4 other largest-selling brands "'DoMEST1
I Curt turned back to the shed that yet struck the combination of sylla- have to put us up overnight. tested-less than any of them-according to independent tJJK1S.H...: & D
housed the chemical eyed it specu- bles that would ease the conversa- We ARE, landed!" scientific tests of the smoke tttel/t ... C r OARF.TTF.Ir'
I latively. Against his better judg- tion along an agreeable path. (TO BE CONTINUED)

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News murmur one with appendicitis and ....................................................................................................., Wednesday with the morning.' mall Art' goes in I for the past year. I enjoy reading -
Clewiston of
The I three who were too run .down gen- rating specialist the Clewiston News as it seemsto
erally to take strenuous exercise. and there Is some likelihood that bring me closer .to the friendsI
after a period of training at Nor- have there.

Published', every the Friday CLEWIS in TON Clewlston NEWS,, The school safety patrol is be- With folk he might be stationed in one '"I have been with the parachute" '
Florida by
Tnc. ing organized this week with applications of the Florida naval bases. school for over a year now and
for membership from I have made a number of jumps
DO'VDEN. Editor Gene Mills, Gil- Louis Leiter from an" airplane in
KEATHLEY: Burton Phillips Our who was promoted flight and
bert McLeod, Raymond Trice, EarnIest Boysin to corporal at Fort Benning Ga.,I have enjoyed them very much.
second class mall matter Smith, Charles Irey, Edward has been granted transfer to the "I am teaching physical trainingto
February Entered as 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In Conkling, Stanley Wright,' Bub I Air Corps, and Is now Aviation the new, volunteers who cometo
Clewiston, Florida. under the Act of Mills. Harold Broaderlck and Rob theService Cadet in Nashville, Tennessee.I Fort Benning to learn to bea
March 3, 189,7.Subllcrlptlon, ert Hansen. These boys must make Louis is one of a service family,I parachutist and one of the best
a passing grade In all school work I too. 'His brother, Joseph Leiter, soldiers in the United States Army.
Kate $2.00 Per Year. and must accept the responsibilityfor who was home on furlough this' I was just recently transferredfrom

Advertising Rates On Application. all children crossing the streets. I week, has been promoted to second the parachute packing school
I Thpv are not to direct traffic but class metalsmtlh, giving him a where I was instructing parachute

the advancement and welfare -i I have complete authority over pe . . . ........................................ rating as second class petty officer. 'packing' to the jump training school
Devoted to and Hendry County.I destrians.The ..................................... . . . Their brother-in-law is Paul B. wh/3re the men are built physically
of Clewiston .. .... I. Pullen, who is serving' on a sub- and mentally to make parachute'
-. fire and air raid patrol is Hagar Lowe, third son of Mr. chaser somewhere in the Atlantic. jumps without Injuring themselvesor

also being organized with the followIng -I and Mrs. L. L. Lowe, of South Joseph recently visited his mother, endangering other men's lives
MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS boys having applied: Hous- Clewiston, to enter the armed services Mrs. A. J. Wiandt. JMr. Wiandt while. making parachute jumps. .
*NAIMNAL EDITORIAL ASSOOATON ton Burke, Jack" and Oliver Martinez -j has just enlisted in the Army also has a son in the service, Corporal "There is only one jump thatI
1941 I Robert Hodges and Sonny and is now in Company A, Reception C. G. Wiandt, who is stationed look forward to making and thatis

...... .. .. Vaughn. There will be about eight I Center, Camp Blanding. I at Fort Barrancas, Fla. the one when we jump into
of these boys altogether and their Hagar passed the examinations Berlin and end this war once and

duty is to man the twenty odd fire I which qualify him for selection asa }\ From Sergeant Phelix A. Slon for all."

:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:.. :-:..:..:..:..:..:.:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..: I station about the two school build-I candidate .for Officers Training aker comes a letter to the News I Phelix has a brother, Paul/ who
ings. They will be responsible for School, but has not yet been 'this week: I is stationed at the Naval Air Station -
fighting any fires in cooperationwith I placed.Mr. in Norfolk, .
wish to thank you for the
RAMBLINGS .1 the local fire department and I and Mrs. Lowe are very Clewiston: News which you have I, This week we record with deep
directing the student body out 'of proud to have three sons serving been sending to each
me week
B. B. (Continued on Page 8)
I the buildings to safety. This group I their country. Luther Hoyt Lowe

(....................-<........................-..-.. ........................... . was organized first last term and has been in the Navy about' five -------- ,
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It's a sign of fall when you meeta / sessions. !i Port Angeles, Washington. Merrell :::
Lowe, the second to enter :i:
morning and breezy son serv- t
cool, crisp +
nights like these last few have I Mrs. Jerome Fugate is handlingthe I ice, has been in the army two NOTICEAttention .:..
program of visual education years. He served 18 months at ..

been.It's a sign of October first when this; year and a check, given by Camp Blanding and is now sta- ..::. of all owners of land adjacent to main canals of ..::.. :
find your driver's license has the: Parent-Teachers Association, tioned in the' Hawaiian Islands : Everglades Drainage 'District' is. directed to right-of- vay ..
you occupational licenseis has already been mailed to the Merrel has applied for a transfer :x: reservation 130 feet from center line of such canals, encroachment :::
expired and your the city says you owe state for, membership in the film into the Air Corps. He writes that I': dn which will be prosecuted unless specifically .:. .
due club. films will be, the Islands different from :!: authorized by permit or easement. r
another dollar for another year's Several war are very I :!:
included in those received this what he expected them to be ::
dog tax. Everglades Drainage District ::
If the city would just enforce term; and they 'will be publicizedso Mr. and Mrs. Lowe's son-in-law, : .

that dog tax business and actuallyget that patrons may also see these A. W. Lawrence, ,this week enlistedin :?: 1107 Biscayne Building )RAME, FLORIA ::
a dollar a dog for the brutes films. If, there is sufficient inter- the U. S. Naval Reserve at :::
that howl around our'' part of townat est the shows will be given 'at Miami. He leaves Tuesday and will x
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to reduce taxes Or maybe they ,
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could graduate the tax by the ] -

amount of barking the dogs do-\ '/' / ,/ ,'' < /V / / 7 / < / <, // "A
/4 I ,
boost revenue. -- --
that would surely ( .
Some of them would owe ten or ---.S '

twelve dollars. -
It's a sign of war-time economy / \ I S

when you read of the demand for '

raincoats, umbrellas, walking shoes
It won't be so easy ............ J
and galoshes. .' >
: :

We to step find for into short ourselves the hauls car more in around bad and weatherand town.more I: .YOU- STOOD US: "I"({M I

accustomed ,to allowing a little (" I : f,
extra time and walking. The cooler ;

weather ,will make that more pleasant -I I' ,

too. .. ...... i
Another healthful sign is the wuu I

slowing down of cars along the -

highway. And brother, the gov- I"now

ernment really means business on i we'll stand by' !
that slow driving. The only way 'you
of their
to make civilians take care "
tires .is to MAKE them, and the I

highway patrolmen have received, I yF
strict orders in that regard. So } : 'u

watch the 35, mile per hour speed S ,
limit. There are still some birds *$:.. "v ,. I
: .:::..*
*% '
that sail by us like the wind, but : .:i H) \ Co "S : I. : \ .' ,

the patrolman will get you if you t t;:.:. \ : : ..i : .r.I'::
don't watch out. ,' _'j I
ftl : ;
It's a sign that Clewiston post ; 1 I .;j, .,.'I\

office has stepped forward another With Southern have of We have been 'j: .
T 11l' pardonable pride, we regardless cost. always "
class when you found your box .. I
rent advanced this time. Your i' ::: t: \ always believed we brew just about test more interested in quality than quantity.: ::.' :'1, ,-,:." :..

75 cent box cost you one dollar, :;nt. Ale and Beer in the world. there ":i '
: Naturally ". '
and other rents were advanced in Now when'the pinch comes, it's up to us i I':: 1 :

proportion. That's a regulation 'in : t has always been plenty of lively competition Y".' .:: :
and fill in the
regard to offices during the en-. ..,.. to try gap. Despite shortages i : '

larged .volume of business.It's IllMr:: ready to argue t point of bottle caps, restrictions on deliveries to ,.J .:::}': .

a sign of how precious rub- Down here in our territory the man whofII ': .
ber is when read in the Clewiston conserve rubber and gasoline, shortage of ; : -I" ; : ,

News that Mr. Bell's car burnedthe i: knows his beer has always been able to choose man power due to the enlistment of many of :,:\' ,''t., '
,.. : '
other 'night. "The inside of F:1 from the products of the foremost breweries : '
the car was gutted, but fortunately. ,fl: our personnel in the Armed forces-and faced .. ,:1fl, '",,;, "
the tires were uninjured." In the land. Yet it's a fact that people here : -
with unprecedented demand'for our prod .J : =! : .
And picture the plight of the .
: drink more Atlantic than any othe'r ale and '
t man in Perry who advertised: that lfiwgR1 t'1 ,'. ucts, we have increased our production to the .': .; lto: .: '
he had lost his "Social Security beer "
..', limit of the of four breweries \ \
capacity our ; ; f I
; his gasoline rationing card, 1 ,
f ili I You have stood by us-not, we believe, be111 '
his sugar rationing card, his selective without sacrificing quality one iota. -.:A. I.
service registration card, i ,cause of any local sentiment but because we1M i')::.;;.:;.,:, I f '
and ,his driver's license". of beeror
It's no longer just a question selling
delivered second
j -, a product to none a .
f ii; reasonable price. making money. Under existing conditions )1i' )

UJ there is little doubt but what we can f:1f
44ooI + '
tu Now has over the
;tf a change come scene.
this sell all that we can brew. We have redoubledour !tt:
Many competitors aband.oned.
efforts in' order to keep faith with both 1\1\
: and their activitiesto
II market
Clewiston school has enter- ; 1:. are now restricting -
ed the nationwide drive for scrap W looking after their l Lome communities. our trade and our customers. .': {I.
and will shortly ,begin a anvass ; '
ot the community to obtain every 11 I That's exactly what we at Atlantic have It's a matter of.pride with us now-YOU 1 JI 1 :
available bit which will '
the war effort. No paper and ?m always done. We stayed home" and brewed STOOD BY US-NOW WE'LL STANDBY jl ..
no tin cans will be collected but ilt1 :'i the best Ale and Beer that could be brewed YOU! If::
all metal, bits'of rubber, rags and r'1t'i? '
all other needed materials will' be .
'< :% '
=/:., '
collected. Patrons who wish to '":': I -rI: HI'

donate this material to the school f I
can call the school and give their I :\
i iJ
name and address and the childrenwill '
be by. Or better yet they < .- I. j
can haul it to the school grounds. fI I' ;: : ,.I
The materials will be weighed at I
the school and children will be 'u I t

paid off in war stamps. : _. ,. .
,.. ". ;:. .
Dr. C. E. Weaver gave physical fl": I'J t
: :
examinations to all pupils in school I f J.: H .J: !

Tuesday to pass them for the physi- I :' <' .. iEilNDEER' :::; 1
cal education program. Girls were
examined only for heart ailmentsand

only one was rejected for a I. ]If! '
heart % / ,. '
expected ;murmuA- Boys :< : .
I I Ii
were examined both for heart ailments i lWtt:. Atlantic Co. Prw.riu hi AtUntu CharlotU Norfolk. Orlando and hernia. Five boys were '
found with hernia one with heart



I i J.r i iI

I ; .

I c Joseph Leiter, on furlough from Lieut. Ward and Miss Mildred Durft selections.by Jo her Ann mother Erler, ,Mrs.accompanied F.-

I the U. S. Navy, came down by .j
Erler, gave a Drum Majoretteskit '
Norfolk this week. He
plane from
1 and Mrs. R. M. Hare J)..
i r Personals ] Wiandt was met in by West his mother Palm ,Beach.Mrs. A. J. Married At Church Here Last Sunday gave two readings.The *,

program opened with tb>e..
---- 0 I of "America" and
singing ;
I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, tiered wedding cake topped witha group
Miss Mildred Ella Durst, daughter closed with "The Star Spangled,
Owen Winn and Zerney Meredith
miniature bride and Mrs.
l Peterson has returned Mrs. EvellVfllard groom. ,
Miss Phoebe ( of Mr. and Banner. J. E. Beardsley also
j were visitors in Miami Tuesday, Joe M. Hall at the bride's
I from a visit in Texas. Durst, became the bride of Lieu-I led the"" assembly in/a number of:
fI the three men applying for enlist- '
book, and Miss Lee Pridgen and
Odell Ward U. S.
tenant Edwin popular songs. The hospitality-
r- I ment in the Navy. Mr. Lawrencewas Lois and
Miss Prince served
I Mrs. Urey Waldron is spending Army, son of A. O. Ward and the punch committee served punch, sand,
into the U. S. Naval
this ',week visiting friends in Okee- accepted late Mrs. Ward, in,. .a beautifulceremony cake to the guests. Assisting in wiches and cookies. During re-
r Reserve. Owen was rejected because entertaining were Mrs. Charles
chobee. I I performed in the Clewis-' freshments at the urgent request,
of eye-sight 'and Mr. Meredith's Bolton, Mrs H. R. Hall and Mrs.
---- I(I I ton Community Church Sunday of the audience Porter Thomas
is pending further -
I application I Keathley Bowden.
L. F. Scharfschwerdt of Okee-, afternoon, September 27th. The played a number of popular songs.
physical examination.DunawayToney. Mrs. Durst mother of the' bride
chobee visited friends in Clewiston j Rev. John N. Montgomery, pastor I ,
i wore a frock of powder blue with
Sunday. of the church, performed the impressive -,

) I i I ring ceremony in the pres-I navy accessories and a corsage of IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? ,

:Miss Hortense Collins has returned ence of a large ,assembly of friends, pink rosebuds.,
from a visit with friends in I II' I and relatives of the, young couple.I Lieut. and Mrs. Ward left after
Radford Stutts Dunaway, son of the reception for a short honey- FOR SALE-Frame building 20x20,
Alabama. I tof the church I
g Dothan, The altar was
I' I[I Mrs. Fred Dunaway and the late moon on the East Coast. Mrs metal roof, 3 yrs. old. Reason-,
banked with palms and ferns; |
: I I Mr. Dunaway, was marrie'd on Sep- Ward's going-away outfit was a able. J. B. Randall, LaBelle.
of Tampa spent
Julian;, Dixon white tapers in brass candleabra
,I tember 15th to Miss Martha Caro- two-piece blue and white ensem- ,
a few days here this week stood at either side of the pulpit
Ii family. lyn Toney, daughter of Mr. and and crystal floor stands held large ble, an off the face ,navy hat, FOR SALE 6 room bungalows..

Mrs. R.,, A. Toney, of LaBelle. The matching accessories' and a cors- Furnished $1700 each. Easy-
----- bouquets of white gladioli and

I 1/,/ Yeoman Charles W. Benson, of 1 ceremony was performed; in Moore asparagus fern.A age of white ,gardenias.Mrs. payments. Good income. See.

Haven by Justice of the Peace W. Ward, who came to Clewiston
/;: Miami, spent the weekend'visiting': program of prenuptial music Mrs. John A. Stone. H
i! B. Harris.Mr. with her three
I in Clewiston. I was played by Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, parents years
and Mrs. Dunaway are making ago from Gainesville, Fla., is a
Mrs. John W. Hunt, vocal-
pianist. FOR RENT Reasonable. Nice-
I ) their home here with Mrs. Fred graduate of the Gainesville High
Mrs. W. C. Rainey and baby son : I ist, aunt of the bride, sang "Be clean sleeping rooms. Hot water

returned Sunday from a visit with Dunaway. cause of You" (Mana-Zucca) and School, where she was a memberof at all times. Tub and shower-

relatives in Bradenton. I 1"0 Promise Me" (deKoven). Instrumental Lambda Sigma Sigma, national bath, in new home. Mrs. Thomas
ROSE ORDER WILL BE TAKEN high school sorority. She also at-
music was played softly I M. Boals, E. Ventura Ave. It
Graham Sunday -. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8TH I' tended Florida State College for
t Florence spent
Miss during the ceremony and the traditional I
in Canal Point visiting Mr. wedding marches were I II I Women at Tallahassee and was -
i '
I Opportunity to order roses pledged to :Alpha Delta Pi. Sheis .
1 I and Mrs. William Johnson. used for the processional and re-I
i through the local Garden Club will I employed in the offices of United
f cessional. J. M. COUSECounselor
j ij of Okeecho- be given to Clewiston residentsagain States Sugar Corporation.
Teddy Greenberger I I First to enter the church were
this The order will I Lieut. Ward is graduate of the haw
year. a and Attorney at
Clewiston and
I bee has moved to the ushers, Judson V. Francis and
j' be taken by Mrs. W. C. Owen at I Clewiston High School and at-
Field.1' Hopkins Building
is employed at Riddle Robert M. Hare, Jr., who were '
\ i I her residence on Thursday, October tended the University of Florida.He .
the maid of honor,
followed by Wednesday and Saturdays
Miss Nada Adkins of Moore 8th. The roses are priced at 16 was employed in the offices '
I' I :Miss Henrietta Hunt, cousin of the
I r Haven spent the weekendshere cents per bush and money for the bride. Miss Hunt wore a formal of the United States Sugar Corpor-I \.9:80\ to 4:00Johnson's

'.. visiting her sister, Mrs. E. J: Cas-! shipment must accompany the order afternoon frock of aqua chiffon ation here before entering the Armyin

per and family. I so every one must pay in full I over taffeta;' the tight-fitting' bas- June, 1941. After service at

as they place their order. I', Camp Walters, Texas, and Camp
and thiee-quarter length
Miss Renee Wethington has re- Each :year a Garden Club com I i I que Grant Illinois, where he was pro-
with silver
sleeves being woven
turned from a two weeks vacation,I mittee, in older to encourage the I threads. Her flowers were an arm moted to Corporal, he was selected Fish Camp j

during ''which she visited in- Macon, planting of roses, .send in an order: to attend an Officers Training Gate)
I bonq et of yellow daisies and she (Near Hurricane
Georgia. to a Texas rose grower and give the I School at Fort Benning," Ga. He Fla.
wore 'head-dress of aqua maline Clewiston,
local people the benefit of buyingin received his commission as Second Service
I which fell in a shoulder-length Boats and Motors-Guide
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Mock and quantities. In this way the Lieutenant on September 24th, and Reasonable
veil. Rates
daughter, Evelyn, of Miami, were than when his will
roses are cheaper ordered -I following furlough report
Immediately preceding the bride W. H. Johnson, Mgr. j|
guests of friends in Clewiston last. in small lots. Roses must : for duty at Camp Pickett, Black-

;, f week-end. be called for the ,day they arrivein I was Sharon Crochet, dainty little stone, Va.Outoftown.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. SidneyL.
I Clewiston and all who place or-I guests, at the wed-
Crochet, who was flower girl.Sharon's
' Mrs. G. B. McDuffie, Mrs. 'E. C. ders must be prepared to come ding were ,:Mrs. A. M. C. Russell,s
taffeta -
dress was of yellow
I Mills and Mrs. W. H. Lanier spent and get their roses' when they ar of Palmetto, aunt of the bride,
r I made period style and trim-
,' Tuesday in 'West Palm Beach on and her cousins, Mrs. Warren Chal-
rive.Mrs. med with tiny bows of aqua vel- Oon'tForiletTHAT
business. Owen will have a. list of lie and Master Billy Howard, of
. ) ", et. She wore a petite headdressof
I on hand next Miami
and forget-me-nots and
Mrs. Foy Durrence and daughter, Thursday, October 8th, and no' or- maline

Bonnie Fay, returned Saturday ders' will be taken' after that date.I scattered, rose petals from ,a basket I P.-T. A. HONORS TEACHERS WE ON THE HOME:
tied in satin ribbons.
t from a visit with relatives in Griffin aqua FRIDAY EVENING \
Lieut. Ward attended by ] FRONT ARE EXPECTED
I was
f and in Glenville, Georgia. RED CROSS B\ 'DGFQUOTA! | -,
i \
b'estm n.Th'e .
.' '< Sandy Bill, Jr., as
$ \ The Association TO DO
I bride entered with her father (jParent-Teacher
,J Corporal C. G. Wiandt and wife The local Red Cross Surgical entertained with its annual recep-

" 'I and baby son arrived Saturday to Dressing Room is enjoying a short by whom she was given in mar- tion honoring the local school fac-

visit Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wiandt for vacation, waiting for the arrivalof riage.' She was radiantly beauti- ,ulty Friday evening. The reception Our PartBuy
dress of white
I ful in her wedding ,
I several days. material which was shipped sev- !Vas held in the school auditorium I
t, satin, which was fashioned with
eral days ago, and will probablybe I and was planned by Mrs. H. R.
. I full skirt and long train. The
T: W. Waldron, Jr., who recently in action again by the time r Hall, chairman of the hospitality I
: : draped bodice had a sweetheart i I II
; enlisted the U. S. Navy leaves the paper is issued. committee and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,' II '
I I neckline and yoke which was
A today for Miami to. be sworn i into The chapter has completed its a chairman of the program comm'it-*
' outlined with seed pearl embroidery :; 1
i 4Ir service. August quota of dressings. This I tee in connection with other offi-
... .. The' leg-of-mutton sleeves
,1 1'1 ----- quota: was begun late due to ,delay cers and committee members.I More

},3' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones have in opening the room, and the fact extended in points over the wrists. I I Teachers who attended were
Her fingertip veil was of illusion ,
returned from a two weeks' vacation 'that it has been completed even Mrs. John N. Montgomery, Mrs.,
: 1 and was caught to, her hair with I War
, which they spent in Hender- this early is a matter of pride I Jerome. Fugate, Mrs. Roger Weeks,
: orange blossoms. She carried a
eonville, North Carolina. for those who have worked so Mrs. Hub Spooner, Mrs. J. E.
fan-shaped shower bouquet, of white "
I -- faithfully on the project. A much Baker,' Miss Mary Neeley, Miss Savings
gladioli, gardenias and stepha- I
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson [ larger quota has been assigned for Hannah York, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, '

s have returned from a stay of a (j September and October. notis. Her only ornament was a I Dan Padgett and Principal ,R. W. Bonds \

I few weeks in Jacksonville. string of pearls, gift of the groom. \
i Mr. [Turk. ,The teachers were )introduced I
Following the, ceremony a recep-
{ i Patterson, who underwent an operation BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. I by W. C. Owen, chairman '
tion held at the home of the -
i in a Jacksonville hospital, lof I the board of school trustees,
,bride's parents'on Pasadena Ave
I i is 'still recuperating at his home J. W. Ezelle was hostess to [who also spoke< briefly of some
nue. The house was decorated with
members of the Wednesday afternoon 'of the problems encountered by

Mrs. H. L. Kirk, who has been bridge club at her home this i I garden flowers and the bride'stable the board in securing teachers and CLEWISTON REALTY i
centered with the three-
.. employed in the commissary de- week. Mrs. Dave Alston won a I I was I opening school this year. _,

partment of the sugar corporation, pair of, hose as first prize, and Carolyn Bryant gave a, delightful and DEVELOPMENT

left yesterday for Tennessee to live Mrs H. I:. Hall. jewelry as cut violin solo and Jo ,Ann 'Crouch
F. E. Conkling, Mrs. Carl Johnson -
near her husband who is I
\ stationed prize. and Mary Louise Thomas sang as CORPORATION.
with Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. G'B.
an Ordnance Regiment at l\ rs" Ezelle served'a salad courseto a duet, "Always In :My Heart."
I Thomas, Mrs. R. C. Wilson and
I Camp Forest, Tennessee. Mrs. Alston, -Mrs. HallMrs.. Mrs. Keathley Bowden. I Porter Thomas played several piano

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.. I W. E. Dilley entertained membersof yI ti
I Ii
i their bridge club and their hus- I::: :=:

:: ANNOUNCING. 1 bands Saturday night at the Dilley .:: ANNOUNCING :;

y home. First prizes were won byJ. x

I E. Beardsley and Mrs. R. C. ; ?

:, y A Change in Management of is Wilson, second by Otto Larsen and A Change in Management of the

+ Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, and low by ... :
W. C. Owen and Mrs. Otto Larsen. ,:!: ::

; I J Art's Soda Shoppe were Sandwiches served by cookies the hostesses and coffee to Clewiston BarI j

I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. :

l i' and Mrs. C. J. Nielsen. Mr. and : .'

t .Y.. Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs.F. :

: '''E. Conkling, Mr. and Mrs. Otto the stock and leased the :i iII =
11 : I have purchased this business from A. W. :i:i I Larsen, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mr. and :: have purchased ,

'! .s.I :Mrs. R. C. Wilson, N. V. S. Mum- and fixtures of this bar =i=
: : Lawrence, who leaves next week, for service :*_' ford and _W. E. Dilley. II:: building g

: in the U. 'S- Navy and have assumed active :_: MRS CARTER COMPLIMENTEDWITH : .I.t.I*. from Peter Chagaris and will operate it for ::$;::

1 :

,, I I :;: management\ this week. .::=:, SHOWER THURSDAY I:;;: the duration of the war while Mr. Chagaris ::g i::

, I, .s. Mrs. A. P., Slonaker and Mrs. '*: is helping Uncle Sam exterminate the, Nazis *:

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I : Your continued patronage and. good will is :: Thursday Carlisle Redish afternoon were at hostesses a stork I iand:: Japs. :;:


!' I solicited and in return we promise the same ::. shower Carter.complimenting The party Mrs.was given,Manning :y: There will be no change in policy or personnel ::|:;

iI at the home of Mrs. M. A. Thomas.
high-class service you have, enjoyed in the :!:;: first '
Mrs. Clarence Krueger won :. and continued patronage is $
i_ your .
\ t prize in the contests which were 'I
past. '
I '
*nt :!:: held the afternoon. Mrs. '
I ... during :;: most earnestly solicited. :::
H I :t. .s. Carter received many lovely baby I YI
? 'HH7 : gifts. Punch and cookies were

\ =? :i: served by the hostesses to Mrs.

I : Dan Padgett : Manning Carter, Mrs. Hansel Mc- I H. J. 1 iY
i I :i:: Duffle, Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. Oglesby 1Y

:a: H, A. Land, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff,

5+ .a.: Miss Marcia Avant, Mrs. C. R. '

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LessonBy Fats oF liFe,

Nor question why
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. thtyrG .so .
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I'll Find the reason ''

forthe.m when

[ Lesson for October 4 I'm big enough to know
4I Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se
B. lected and copyrighted by International T'LG
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LESSON TEXT-Acts 16:13-15; Romans 5: 0. L
1.11. 1
GOLDEN TEXT-Therefore being justified
by faith. we have peace with God throughour WNU Features.
I Lord Jesus Christ. Romans 51.

: yON Salvation through Christ is the I

r1 way, and the only way, into the CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
Christian life; therefore, there could
be no other subject more suitable

than that of. our lesson to begin
our brief series of "Studies in the
-- Christ Life." RAZOR BLADES
(WNU Service)
Our lesson for today tells us first
how one comes into a personal sav- KENT BLADES Sing The or Outstanding Doubla Edgy

ing faith, and then gives Paul's Blade Value
: statement of the result of saving
6UMPIN( faith in the changed life of the be- Business OpportunitiesMake

THAT WAS ,I liever.I. .
51 Q15 Afp0 The Opened Heart (Acts 16: money slivering mirrors. $2,000- t.
c $10.000 yearly possible. Profitable business,
13-15). home spare time. Instructions 25c. P. M.
Paul and his companions on their FOSTER, 126 Mutate Ave., Norfolk.. Va.

important'errand for the Master,

bearing the news of the gospel, had Used Books,Magazines,etc.
first known His guidance by hin-
drance, by the closed door; and I CAMP KUCKER SOLDIERS want used
: then by the direction of the Spirit books magazines, correspondence courses
old radio or what have you. Send to
into the open door, revealed in the BOX 134 DALEVILLE, ALA. I
,.. ,.
vision of the man of Macedonia.
Here in Philippi they found not I

only an open door, but an open Real Knowledge, II
heart, one which the Holy Spirit had
made ready for the preaching of the When you know a thing, to hold
Word of God. "Faith cometh by that you know it, and when you do
: hearing, and hearing by the wordof not know it, to admit that you do

: :::- _ God" (Rom. 10:17). not-this is true knowledge.
Note that while Lydia was a wom- Confucius.

an of ability'and culture, and a wor-
shiper of God, yet she needed the

message of redemption through -I IPoor i

i faith in Christ.
HULLO/ Lydia evidenced the truth of her NONE

JACKSON of faith testimony .
.p ? : profession by open SURER i
: I I and by a desire for fellowship in

I putting forward the work of God (v. .. /36TABLETS20 IOOTABLETS3S*
15)). Salvation is by faitrt apart from WORLDS SELLER Allot

works, but a saving faith is alwaysone

OH: which works. Advice
....; II.- The Transformed Life (Rom.
:/' :. 5:1-11). Hazard not your wealth on a
man's advice. Manuel.
poor -
'; ., This is one of the great passagesof
:' Scripture, rich in doctrinal instruction -

P I presenting discussion through of Paul justification an illuminating -- CORNS GD FAST

by faith. Pain goes quick corns
speedily removed when
This lesson affords an opportunity you use thin soothing
and to cushioning Dr. Scholl a J
for teachers to learn present Zino-pads.11y them
line of Bible doctrine.We .
find in this Scripture the glori-
:' transformation of life which I.S .
comes to the one who takes Christas
Saviour as we note the seven KI
FAMILIAR J results of God's justifying grace. 11 EXTERNAL CAUSEacne

I 1. Peace (v. 1)). The human heart pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
spiritual and knows ugly skin. Millions relieve
craves peace miseries with simple home treatment.
that it can be found only when sin Goes to work at once. Direct action aids '
has been dealt with and put away. healing by killing germs It touches. Use t I''I
Black and White Ointment only as di- .
For sin cannot be condoned or ig- rected. lOc,25c,50c sizes.25 years success.
nored. There must be justification, Money-back guarantee. S3T Vital In !
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
By and that can come only through Black and White Skin Soap dally.

J. Millar Watt Jesus Christ our Lord.
c cs
A with
I 2. Grace (v. 2)) peace
"- God brings the peace of God into

our;hearts. We have that peace because
The Ammunition Needed for Killing
faith into
we have by come I
I the place of God's favor., No longer RATS.MICE and COCKROACHES is f

-WNTJ strangers or outsiders, we have
i1ThTh F (
access") to His \
come in ("have I' \
place of grace and favor. j jI
3. Hope (vv. 2b, 5a). Our faith I
not only brings present peace, but r ?ctWS, UrelhirSUREDEATNnMmmotorondhow i
.... .
\? .he fo i-
K fV.4Jr victory ? l dtwait-carrying
C l-LAM1=F l to future glory. Sucha ...
p causes us see t/r-SC. d.ilroy ilk STEARNS hoi b > Ik*
attitude tiJ5 A .U Amman Handby for 64 ytm
in a right
hope puts us ,
1 ,
332*35c and 1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS
I toward God, and the things of life,
including tribulations (v. 3), are
c l rightly valued and understood. Even
J our troubles become- evidences of TIORE"DATES2?

re His love in which we may glory.
'M.A ( / 4. Love (vv. 5b-8)). God's love I for girls who hasten healingof

1 which gave His Son to die for our '\ externally caused pimples .
sins becomes the "shed abroad" por U't7 by relieving irritation with

tion of every believer in Him. It

was an unmeasurably great love, RESIN
y. and it all centers in Calvary.
5. Saved From Wrath (v. 9)). The
wrath of God is minimized or denied WNU-7 39-42

T t1 in much modern theology, but
1KLU130pC + it is nonetheless a very "real and
awful affection of the divine na
E ture." But the Christ who died for 4
sinners will surely deliver the saints 0 w
from the wrath of God against sin..
To Feel Well
For You
6. Reconciled (v. 10)). The deathof
R EER THA LOVE 01= 24 hours every day 7 days every
? MIKE LEMME 5EEC Christ, which justified man has week, never stopping the kidneys. filter
faith, brought recon- waste matter from the blood.II
accepted by
more people were aware of how the
LA1/ ciliation. Atonement had been kidneys must constantly remove surplus
and the One who diedis fluid, excess acids and other waste
made for
I matter that cannot stay in the blood
SQUAMFo alive again, a living Saviour. without injury to health, there wouldbe
P And why not? better understanding of why the
7. Joy (v. 11) whole system is upset when kidneys fail ;
: M Such a revelation of what our redemption to function properly. i
? ? Burning,scanty or too frequent urination '
should every -
includes sometimes warns that something: t
o Jl believer in Christ rejoice in Goa Is wrong. You may suffer nagging backache i f
rheumatic I
headaches, dizziness
One who is the sinner's judge swelling.
The pains, getting up at nights
Nll1bXL II is the believer's joy! That is the be Why using not a medicine try Doan't recommended'Pilltl You will the .I'
P glorious transformation which takes country over.Doan't stimulate the function
; believes. of the kidneys and help them to ,
when one
flush out poisonous waste from the
Some unbeliever who has read blood. They contain nothing: harmful.
By these lines thus far must by now j Get Doan' today.. Use with confidence.
At all drug stores.I
C. M. Payne be eager to have these things true
in his life. Well, why not? "Be- O
JWNU r lieve on the Lord Jesus Christ, and 1 a"f
-P-. -- -L- Bell Syndicate. Inc.-WNU Service thou shalt be.saved". (Acts 16:31). .




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? Aggravated Fellow rtiPREPAREDNESS

3 1 ? ASI( ME, 1 A quiz with answers offering ? Didn't Tell All, It Seems

information on various subjects ?|
NOhhhMMMMMhhhhhhCMht"T H E'R "Going far?" asked the chatty

*Tj ? .. .. ? little man in the club car as the
hh I r.c.c.o'C' O.C.(% 0 Cs' C.C' C.0-(% ( C.
open fields began to whisk by the Dust is easily removed from Once a week garbage pails
The Questions 8. What officer normally has train windows.
reed furniture when a'hose is used. should be scalded with hot soda
Lr command of a regiment? "Only to Pittsburgh," repliedthe Set furniture on the lawn when the water and allowed to dry thoroughly
1. What is the distance from The Answers grouch, who had been in sun is shining and play the hoseon in the sun.
home plate to first base on a regulation Washington filling out question- it. *
baseball diamond? 1. Ninety feet. naires. "I'm in the steel brace a It is a mistaken idea that cu-

2. What is the Saorstat Eireann? 2. The Irish Free State. business. My age is 53. I am Keep lemons fresh for monthsby cumbers must be soaked in cold

i 3. What does the word "pizzi- 3. Pluck the strings. married. My name is Henry sealing them in glass jars. water for some time before serv-

cato" mean to a violinist? 4. Two, Kilauea and Mauna. Smith. I have a son 22 in the ing to remove the poison in them.

4. How many active volcanoes 5. Seams in baseballs are sewed field artillery. And a niece with To remove old wallpaper stir a They are not poisonous. Slice
1 are there on the island of Hawaii? by hand. No machine has ever red hair. I shoot around 89, in quart of flour paste into a pail of them and cover with ice until

5. Are any baseballs stitched by been invented to sew them 'satis golf. Is there anything else I can hot water and apply the mixtureto ready to serve, then remove ice.
machine? factorily. tell you?" the walls. Being thick it will I I

II 6. What is a scallion? 6. An onion. "Yes," replied the chatty little not dry ,quickly but will saturatethe Children will want to hang up

1 7. What sea is sometimes referred 7. Adriatic sea. man amiably. "What oil do you paper which may be easily their clothes if the closets are
i i to as the Gulf of Venice? 8. A colonel. use for your tongue?" scraped or peeled off. gaily and attractively decorated.


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j Ah ? ASSISTANCE to members of
,; Why
The minister was trying to teach the PAD WITH COTTON fighting forces
iI significance "white" to a Bible school I and their dependents is the primary -
a ,class. "Why," he said, "does a bride I BATTING BASTED TO duty of the Red Cross.
invariably desire to be clothed in white i a MUSLIN This obligation is set forth in
for her marriage?" 1 I 1 the charter granted the AmericanRed

, As no one answered, he explained: / REMOVE MAGAZINE .Cross by congress in 1905,
r "White stands for joy, and the wedding I I r
I HOLDER OR ARM and in the army and navy regula- o
i day is the most joyful occasion of awoman's
i tions. It is also stated in pres-
, life"A / REST r
1. selective service regulations
small I ent ,
! I' boy queried: "Why do the
which require all draft boards to
'i men wear black? ::' ,
" # ::; 1./ refer. questions concerning the a _
I'"I Slight Error"I y/ welfare of selectees and their dependents It

after induction to the
have a beautiful home overlooking -
Red Cross. I been readln'' about'some of these
a private lake. I Red Cross help to service men divorces and It seems to me hus-
"Why, I was out to your place I bands are like automobiles.If you
and their takes two
I'f and,I didn't see a lake." dependents take good care of them, you don't
"Hmm-er, well, that's what I forms: In every army camp and, have to keep getting new ones all
1 overlooked." BROWN with, every American fighting unit the time.
And one way of ta.k1n' good care '
I ; anywhere a Red Cross field ,direc-
of him Is to see he gets all his
SATEEN, ; tor is on the job. His duty is ,to vitamins. And that's where
Work is such a fascinating thing 1 i GREEN -.c help the service man with his KELLOGG'S PEP comes In.'Course
i, that most people can sit. and look problems and relieve him of wor- It hasn't got 'em all,but It's extra-
at it for hours. : FRINGE AND BUT- rich in the two most likely to be
t over them.
short In ordinary mealsvitaminsB1
t : TONS-TUFT BY 1t1 In nearly every county in the and D. What's more, PEP'S
EpitomizedThe United States is a local Red Cross one grand-tastin cereal, tool
war department, in fIBer SEWING THROUG rl chapter, with 'a home service

hind Your Army," reports the ARMS BACK AND worker. Its job is to help the serv- fd
plight of a sweetheart whose soldier ice man's dependents, and relieve "JIPA

fo was somewhere in the Pacific CUSHION them, too, of worry and need.
r. area. She tore open his letter to Assistance to members of the delicious cereal that supplies per serving
find inside this typed slip: "Your Book 7 also gives ,directions for a (J cr.r the full minimum daily need ofvitamin
DON'T throw away that frayed ers. armed forces may take the formof D;1/4 the daily need of vitamin Bi
/ boy friend still loves you. But he chair for with a little dining room cupboard; spools, boxes and advising them or' their depend-
crates made Into useful furni-
talks too much." It was signed, expense in time and money it may ture. A washstand, an old buffet, and ents on government life insurance,
"Censor." be made to serve for the duration.The some chairs are remodeled. Thirty-two allotments or pensions, and of

sagging arm rest, magazine pages of illustrated, directions for 10 cents helping them in filling out the nec- Use Roman Law
Address: '
holder and frayed-out wicker postpaid. essary application forms. The civil law of Rome insteadof

MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS around the legs should be re The Red Cross may even help the common law of England is

AND moved. Cotton batting is then. Bedford MRS.Hills RUTH WYETH SPEARS New York members of, the service man's' still followed in many parts of the

i MOROLIINE basted to muslin and sewn to the Drawer 10 family in getting employment, British Empire, such as Scotland,
i' chair. The sateen cover for chair emergency medical treatment, or 'Quebec, Ceylon and the Union of
Enclose 10 for Book 7.
,,0 and cushion is made next. The tuft- cents it may grant them money to tide South Africa.

I Ups and Downs ing is done by sewing throughcover Name................................ the family over until an allotment

f ; Unbroken happiness ;is a bore: padding and openings in the Address......................../.... is actually received from the gov-
it should have ups and downs.J. .- wicker. work with carpet thread ernment. GIVE YOUR
I B.. Moliere. and a long darning needle;'I add-
ing a button at each stitch.

NOTE: This chair* remodeling* idea Is COLD THE AIRGet

'e ? For ONLY lOIN ow from BOOK 7, of the series of booklets quick relief the famous Penetro
e which :Mrs. Spears has prepared for read-
Less than Nose Drop 2-drop way.Helps open up
i '- JlllN. cold stuffed nose. Generous sizes,
$ DMAKEJ4i 25c and 50c. Use only as directed.

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We must laugh before we are
beetles with headlights'are happy for fear of dying without

''I included in nature's strange that makes a tea towel set you'resure laughing at all.-La Bruyere.
I ; a dose assortment of creatures in Central- to want.
Use only as directed. America and northern South *

America. Transfer No. ZH89! 15 cents Is a usable- AMERICA'S No.l
1 Department of agriculture entomologists more-than-once hot iron transfer of these
motifs. Send order to:
eight your
IH : who have found the .sDouceeo QUIP
young of these beetles valuable be- y
cause they eat' white grubs which 166-W Kansas City, Mo. MASTERs .;;tst
Roving One seriously damage sugar cane say
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
? He dwells nowhere that the beetles are so luminous that a
one in dark will desired. Pattern No.............
everywhere.-Martial. a room give
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I'I paper. The insect's headlights are Address .............................
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Potato Bug, Jack- bottles of champagne that
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;School News- I are not associated with another Belle troop was then presentedwith The Intensive campaign to require 'V-NW and NE -NWJ and
church of the community to 'worship the Eagle badge with all all persons to* have driver's esii// and NW-SEtf Section 10,
with them regularly and to the Scouts standing at attentionand license has been going on during Township-NWU-NWy 44 s., %Range and 32 E.; ,
Continued from Page 4) take part in all the activities of the LaBelle troop lined up the year. N1VV, and N-NE: Section NE3 16-,

:night for the public. the church. It is difficult for us behind Joe. Mr. Taylor then State officials pointed out that I Township R1h-N\V%44 and S., NW1/Range-SW'It 32 E.and:
to meet and invite each one per presented the badge to Joe's' mother all persons who drive motor ve- SW+/t-SE y4 "Section 22, Township
The new high school grade cards, sonally. Come. Let us make you who pinned it on her son and hicles are required to have valid 44 !{, Range 32 E.:
designed by Prof. Turk and adopted he, in recognition of her effortsin NEv4 and W21GSV4 and NESWv4 %,-
welcome.The licenses, regardless of. whether they and SVlSE14SW1 and
by the county school board, are Sacrament of the Lord'sSupper helping him attain his rank, own the automobile they drive. r mVlRE?: 'and E%-SE1and

now In use. In':addition to scholarship will be celebrated at both pinned a flower on her. Revenue from sale of licenses sup- Township NEyt-SW-SE 41 S.. Range Section 32 E.: 28,
,the student. is graded on accomplishment services Sunday in order that all Scout Commissioner W. C. Owen ports operations of the State High- Section S-NJ.l/ -SW% and SE-SW1j"
aptitude, applicatioa, who wish may take part. All who presided at the 'Court of Honor way Patrol. 32 E.; 32. Township 44 S., Range_
development, punctuality and many profess faith In Jesus Christ are which Included Scout Executive E'h-NW14 and SW //t-NE Section -

other .points., invited to come to the table of the John Shutt of Fort Myers, Scout- oor,.34f Township 44 S., ,Range rThe .
Lord. master John A. Moore of Moore NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR assessment of the said prop-
education TAX DEED
The physical program Ii Sunday night will see the introduction Haven, J. E. Beardsley and J. (Senate Mill r.o: 16S) erty under was in the the said name certificates of Unknown.issued ;
-Is,"veIl under' way and several arNicies of evening worship into M. Couse. I Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
of playground equipment Church. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That according: to law, the prop-
in this I the program of Community Ray C. Hull holder of Tax Certifi-I erty described therein will be sold
shave been obtained to assist These services at seven thirty each 900 Drivers: cate No. 60, issued the 7th day of to the highest bidder at the court
.)program such as javelins for boys will be less formal. September, A. D. 1936, has filed same house door on the first Monday In
Sunday night in the month of November
my office and has' made applica- 1942. which
and girls, a discus and eightpoundshot More place will be given to sing- tion for a tax deed to be Issued is the 2nd day of November, 1942.
for boys, Volley balls, medi- thereon. Said certificate embraces Dated this 1st day of October. 1912.
ing of Gospel songs. During the (Continued from 1) Seal
page the following described property in ( ) WILLIAM T. HULL
cine ball, and other Fall the sermons will be biographical the County of Hendry, State of Flor- Clerk Circuit Court of
nation by State Road PatrolmanR.
court ida, to-wit
'balls. Two new volley-ball. Hendry County Florida.
: sermons concerning great men E. Hamrick before a 1943 All Block 30 LaBelle. October 2-9-16-23
have been provided.An and women of the Bible. drivers be issued. ,The assessment of the said prop-
license will
has been partially erty under
obstacle course meeting of the said certificate issued
constructed and is no.w in The regular monthly The office of County Judge R. was in the name of J. T. Murphy.
the Board of Trustees will be heldat Unless said certificate shall be IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S!
use. This consists of a 15-foot M. Harris in the courthouse was according law, the prop- COURT IN AND FOR IIEN-
climbing tower from which the the church Monday evening at kept busy this week issuing permits l"rtydescribed therein will be sold DRY COUNTY FLORIDA.IN .
eight o'clock. to the highest bidder at the
to late buyers. Even so, a court
to jump and to house door
boys are taught The Session wil meet at on the first Monday in RE: Estate of
fall from varying heights and to 10:3Q.1 tally submitted Wednesday showed the month of November, 1942, which OSWALD F. SCHIFFLT. deceased.
climb Sunday, morning in the Sunday '1597 sold here and in Clewiston is the 2nd day of November, 1942. NOTICE TO CREDITORSYou \
used in
exercise the Dated this
School rooms to meet with any i f. 1st day of October. 1942. and each of you are hereby
ing. There are then six' stationary combined. (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL notified and required to present any I
who desire to unite with the Clerk of Circuit Court of claims and demands which you or
half feet The law places the deadline at
three ,a
I church. 2,9Hir2i County, Florida. either of, you, may have. against the
In height for hand vaulting. At midnight Oct. 1. after which the oct. estate of Oswald F. Schlffll. deceased,
the end 'of this there will be a 1942 'permit is invalid. late of said County, to the County
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. Judge of Hendry County Florida, at
'winding path fifty feet in length ,Patrolman Hamrick has been NOTICE OF his office in the Court House at
the stomachand given strict orders to start check- APPLICATION FOR LaBelle, Florida, within eight calen-
:for crawling flat on C. Meador, Pastor TAX DEED dar months from the date of the'
at the end of this a blank Sunday: School, 9:45 A. M. ing drivers tomorrow, Friday morn- NOTICESISaHEREBY 163 first publication' of this notice. Each
'wall about twelve feet in heightfor Morning worship, 11:00 A. M. ing, and the penalty for driving J, C. Ja.cnkrnan' holder of GIVEN Tax Certificates That- and claim must or demand state the must place be of in residenceand writing i'

scaling.. The 'lumber is being Training Union, 6:15 P. M. with 'an improper license is arrest. 1925; 142 of of 1926 1922; 27 of 1924; 4 of post office address of the claim
J24 482 483
this work from the After today, the examination nec- 43. 451. : of 1927; ant and must be sworn to by the
'obtained Evening worship, 7:30 P. M 315 571 of 1928: 306. 308 claimant, his agent or his attorney,
"' 1935
222 of
; 1938; 127. 129
5s the written examination on Florida's of 1929) to law. I
being done by agriculture SERVICES: Beginning Sunday the and : has filed same in my office This the 17th day of September,
classes. Boys from the seventh time for the evening services of laws and road rules, pass an eye-, deed has to be made issued application thereon. of a tax 1942.

to the twelfth grades participate lour church will be moved up one test and pass the actual driving I'I cates embrace the following Said described certifi- Administrator(Signed) E.of E.the KELLY.Estate of
-in in this examination. Hamrick will give property in the County of Hendry,
groups program. hour. Training Union meeting at State of Florida Oswald F. Schlffll deceased.
:Mass calisthenics are' also being examinations here any morning of I to-wit: l Sept 24-Oct. 1 8, 15, 22 *. I
6:15 and evening worshipat .
p. m. __ : _________
given daily and military drill which 7:30 p. m.INSTALLATION. the week. -

3s under the direction of Sherwood SERVICE FOR

Hall. TRAINING UNION: In the opening Kiwanis-

part of the, evening service
With Our Boys- he Training Union officers of (the

church will be installed in an impressive -. (Continued from Page 1) It'sYOURfight
Continued from Page 4) ceremony. It will be an State Convention to be held in I f ,

'regret the death of: one of 'our' boysin inspiration to witness this part of Jacksonville October 11 and 12 too!.

: the service.: Woodrow Hath- he service. Come early and geta and a committee composed of R. 1\1.1 '

vw>ck, a private in the army stationed seat and join in the evening' Bishop, 'retiring president, W. C.
ff in Harlingen, Texas, died service. Owen, president-elect, vice-presi- ,;;fmr'.w.t, r> BUY U.S. f

from natural causes there last WEDNESDAY EVENING, ,AT : ,dent-elect, Hub Spooner, Secretary Rzk
r rI
"vreelc. Woodrow's death was really 7:30: The new covenant which W. N. Martin and past presidentsJ. WAR

the result of injuries sustained in God made with the human P race E. Beardsley' andW.. W. Perry /

an automobile accident in Clewis- will be discussed and we will find were selected to represent' ,the I / BonDS

ton a few years ago. He was severely out just what part the Blood of Clewisten club.Highway .

injured, and at the time a Christ has with it. Why don'twe I from income .

'splinter of metal was removed from make sacrifices of animals? Patrol Makes
his skull. It was thought that all Why do we not have priests? These '.

the metal was removed.. He passed will be discussed and you will go 455 Arrests In AugustThe I I (')FFICI rI
his for P.'o J(
'physical exams the
army away with a new knowledge of our.
with flying colors; but after enterIng relationship with God.

'the service began to have trou- SUNDAY SCHOOL AND TRAIN- Florida Highway Patrol, ",I

'ble 'with his eyes. The trouble ING AND W. M. S.: In these pushing a 'campaign to reduce traf- Between Sea'Battles .tti.

became severe and the doctors organizations of the church we fic fatalities, made 455 arrests dur- ,-

'found that,the sliver of metal was have an efficient corps of workers ing August for' charges ranging

slowly penetrating the brain, which and you are 'cordially invited to from 'drunken, driving, to improper

"would cause eventual blindness if join with these in, service for our parking on the highway.,

'not mental disorder. Although Christ. If you are a newcomer to Effectiveness of the campaignwas

realizing that he had only a 50-50 our town we cordially invite you demonstrated by reports that I

"chance of surviving an operationfor to ,come worship with us. If you showed 44 traffic accident deaths

the' removal of the metal afterit have no church home in _Clewistonwe during the month, in contrast to d
had penetrated so deep, he re welcome you to worship in our 80 for the corresponding month in
quested the operation, and his services. 1941.

:death resulted. Woodrow's body Highway patrolmen put in 30,490

was brought- to the family's former Eagle Scout- hours of work on the roads, plus BUY YOUR WA R BONDS HERE

home in Cairo, Ga., for burial. 11,606 hours of station work and .

"The deep, ,sympathy of the community 1,907 hours in special details which
is extended to the bereaved (Continued from Page 1) included escorting military convoys. rI

'family. ly the principles of Scouting and Investigations during the month i

COMMUNITY CHURCH to thoroughly learn the lessons covered 145 accidents. Reckless fltlllMIlMMLTHE
; taught rather than to attempt to driving resulted in 145 arrests, followed -I

'John X. Montgomery Minister learn simply to get by. He demon- "by 98 for drunken :driving,
9:45, Sunday School. strated how soldiers in the fieldat 97 for driving without license, and t I I I a eM

11:00, Morning worship. this time might be able to effectively few numbers* for other offenses.

7:30, Evening worship. use Boy Scout training for There were 416 convictions in

The officers and members of their own protection. courts of persons charged with vio-

'Community Church invite all who Scoutmaster Taylor of the La- lating_ highway laws.

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