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 9, 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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-- SUBSCRIPTION'Jeffers --,_'..:-.nn _non a. vc.......+...s..a.n

May Consider New Teacher For First Here Grade School Pupils Join In

;;; Synthetic Rubber Plan Mrs. Jewel Roberts Gill of La- National Scrap Drive

I. Belle, has been elected by the .
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---- o I county school board as the new first -::I _

r.:I' :Sugar Corp. Proposal! John Shutt Resigns As John grade N.teacher Montgomery.here to assist Mrs. I I Kiwanians Discuss I Community Joins In To

; Shelved After Report Prof. R. W. *Turk stated this I
I ,Boy Scout Executive State ConventionThe Amass Sizeable
s week that the parents of all first
, ,
'_ Of D. of A. 1 graders were being notified by I
I letter this week that children
II John L. Shutt; for the past 21 greater part of the meeting
; I months ,Assistant Executive of the would be expected to be in schoolall time
at the
regular Wednesday
I', The Miami Herald's Washington I Sunny Land Council, Boy Scouts day Monday. The class., now The Clewiston school
night meeting of the Kiwanis Club are
'correspondent' reported Tuesday of America,* has resigned his position numbering sixty pupils, will be divided cooperating most effectively in the

I! that the application of the United with the Council to enlist in into two sections and one of was taken up with a 'discussion of I great national drive to alleviate the

!j States Sugar Corporation to expand the Navy. He reported Sunday, at I these will use a corner of the an- the state convention to be held the V metal shortage which was launched,

II II its activities by building Notre Dame University for enrollment ditorium as a classroom Soon I coming week-end in Jacksonvilleand last Monday by the National Jun-
j: plants for the manufacture of synthetic -i I in the Officers' Training after the beginning of school the ior Army
I j and this week
'i they have
electing delegates to attend the
'11 rubber from local agricultural -! School. class was divided, because of its
gone ,out and found
Jj several tons of
products would be given consideration Mr. Shutt was known and loved size, half of the pupils going in convention from the' Clewis ton- club I I the things from which tanks and

s II by William M. Jeffers,r by hundreds of Sunny Land Council I the morning and half in the afternoon Official representatives of the I; ships are made-rusty pipe broken

II new rubber chief of the War Pro-j I Scouts and adult leaders., For J Ji I with Mrs. Montgomery doing local club will be W. C. Owen and bed springs, air guns that will no

: -duction Board. !!I the past two summers he has served I all of the teaclfin.SEVENTEEN W. W. Perry and others Dlannine longer shoot and countless other

6 ,Np prediction was made as to as Camp Director of the Coun- to attend are President '- R. M. junk items.

. 1" what the possible result of this cil's camps. In this capacity he
, Bishop, J. E. Beardsley and pos- Day by day the pile of scrap in
p. study would be but it was taken I I administered the finest'' camp programs OF NEW sibly the new secretary, W. N. Mar-'I the bins near the agriculture build, -

i as encouraging that he will consider -I ever put on in the Council'shistory. tin. Mr. Beardsley.0 is one of the ing has grown larger and larger

; the proposal which has been I I speakers at the convention the and at
I on noon today the school is be-
; turned down by department of I Ii I Mr. Shutt lived in Fort Myers DEFENSE HOUSES ARE subject, "Agriculture." ing dismissed in order that a
i I, -agriculture investigators. and supervised Scouting activitiesin
This the, twenty-fifth convention methodical canvass of the'com-
vicepresident: I the five southern counties of. the was' scheduled for 'Miami but was munity may be? made. Assisting in
Council Fred L.
territory. ,
i' ',I, transferred to Jacksonville becauseof the program is the local Kiwanis
' out of his office this week but other: Scout Executive, in making the its accessibility by rail since restrictions Club which has offered three
:officials said that the Herald's I I above announcement yesterday, I -
4 ; on auto travel. Regis- prizes in defense stamps to the
story was the first news they had stated that until Mr. Shutt's suc- twenty-five defense houses tration begins Sunday morning. boys and three to ,the girls bring-
had cessor can be found he will spend being constructed in the north west,
of matter. I ( Several new members have been ing in the greatest quantity of
!I j section of town by Clewiston Builders ,
a portion of the second and fourth -
'Clarence 'R. Bitting, president of proposed for the local club and scrap., These are $1.50, $1.00 and
weeks of each month in this terri- Inc., are rapidly nearing completion -
the sugar corporation, proposed I letters have been 'mailed them ad- 50 cents. In addition each child is
and seventeen of them are
many months ago to build a plantin tory. vising them of their ,election. having his own pile, of junk weighed -
I said be
to already ready for sale 1
Clewiston for the manufacture separately and is being paid in
II i of synthetic rubber from agriculture -I and occupancy. ,Three, at least, I defense stamps.

I: products, chiefly sweet potatoes FIELD TEAM WINS I, are This already is the occupied.second unit of twenty- THIRTY NEGROES IN I Up until noon today the chil=

l and sugar cane. At a dinner dren had collected 6,129 pounds of
five houses built here by the Miami I
I held here at the time he exhibited : I partner's, 'O'Dell l and Clark operat- scrap mixed iron' '13 pounds of
; types of the synthetic material zinc 151
ing under the 'name of the Clewis- GROUP LEAVING FOR pounds of rubber, 11
i which had been manufactured from pounds of copper,' 106 pounds of
ton Builders. The first unit
I these products and\ farmers of the was I brass, 26 pounds of aluminum and
' BOWLING FINALSThe constructed east of the school
, U';>. "glacles area were most enthusiastic house and the houses, purchasablefor BLANDING TONIGHT three used batteries. Bruce
as to the possibility.
Beardsley of the tenth
a very small down ,payment by grade now
I i" \ However the leads the boys with
proposal was placed ->--- 2,435 poundsof
Field team of 'the United defense workers were rapidly sold
i before government officials and so I and occupied. Although all of Another "greatest" quota was scrap, mostly iron, ''Richard

j i far no action has been taken. It States Sugar, Corporation- bowling them are built along the ,same plan announced by, the local Selective Griffin of the fourth grade is next

Is presumed that it was pigeonholed league winners ..of, after the department of 'agriculture thirty colored draftees sent ard Pape of the tenth
of the tourney;, : continued. vic- the exteriors have : been altered were. grade is

investigators'' had -,thrown, 't J.priotis,:this, -we*?,*- ,'wVei;, they took 'enough to prevent too, great anappearance orders to, report, tonjjrjit to' be sent i I third with 250 pm*nds." Jo Ann
V.-J' cold v"ate'r: on it"..*' three games; out of five from the of sameness to Camp Blanding"for induction Crouch is high for the girls with

: The department of agriculture's Commissary team to win the play- The second unit of twenty-five into, the army., The call was for 1600 pounds and Patsy Meredith' is

ndemnatiori'of the proposal was off and the League championship.First houses was 'started after the com- forty but only thirty were avail f' second with 240 pounds.'

I' very severe and broad enough that games of the play-off were pletion of, the first twentyfiveand able.A. I A, report of scrap:: sent from

: it would deny a synthetic rubberplant' played on Tuesday night at, the have been built since the govern- part of these have ,been transIerred Clewiston given by Mark Emrich,

:' f to any non-oil producing part Sugarland 'Park alleys and in this ment's freezing' of building materialat so it is impossible to esti- head of the' salvage committee e of

of the South.Dredge three-game match the Commissarywon the mills but the ,Miami firm mate the actual number; ',which will" the county defense council and

'out. taking the first two was fortunate in". having enough I leave ,Clewiston tonight. The ''list himself a dealer in junk, shows

'1 Nears End games and dropping the third. It material in their ''warehouse to com- follows: that 335,000 pounds of junk have

was then decided that the other plete the project.. Booker Thomas Johnson transferto been shipped from here since January -

',$$1 Itr Of River Work games should be played on Thurs- So far as is known at this time West Palm Beach; Hylen Lee 1. This includes a hundred

day night with the first team win/ the only three 'houses occupiedwere Mack, transfer from Tuskegee tons of old tin and car bodies, 19-

---- ning three games to be declaredthe purchased ': by Charles B. Ala.; Robert CHester, transfer from 000 pounds of old tires, 12000

The 10-inch suction dredge Harrison -. winner., Despite a large handi- (Tubby) Owens, Dan Padgett andC. Athens, Ga.; Henry Lee Coleman, pounds of brass copper and alum-

operated by Bryan and Hollo- cap which the Field team carried W. Stephens.Rationing transfer from Moore Haven; R. C. inum and 750 old' batteries. No

way of West Palm Beach under from first half results the Com- -- .-,- Brown, transfer to' Donaldsonville: iron is hauled by Mr. Emrich

,' contract to the United States Engineers missary team was' favored to win Ga.; Arthur Lee Lewis, transferto further than twenty-five miles and

:, ,JjI, has virtually completed its but the Field team came back I Board'sSeptember "I Key West; John Wesley Allen, he is averaging about nineteen tonsa

] work of removing shoals, from the strong last night to win the first I Clewiston; Junior Edwards of month. i

I Caloosahatchee River it was reported game by a margin in which their Report Reidsville, Ga., not ,yet transferred Adding greatly to the Clewiston

!tl 1', this morning by W. C. Nail, handicap was not needed and tak- ; Robert George Cockfield, total is the great pile of scrap iron

i head of the Clewiston Engineer ing the second game almost as decisively Following is the report of tire Brocton, N. Y., no transfer;' Earn- sold here recently by the United

11 Ij suboffice.The The third game was not and tube certificates issued by the I est Maxey Moore Haven; Daniel States Engineers weighing more

completion of this work will necessary. Clewiston Rationing Board during I Gibson, transfer to Charleston, S. than 125 tons. This pile alone

: give a minimum depth of seven I Ii Runner-,up teams in the two I the month of September: C.; Thomas Miller, Everglades, no !filled more than three freight cars

::1 I feet in the river channel between halves of the tournament were the I M. M. McCall. maintenance car- transfer; William Ward Town- I which were loaded and shipped
i Lake send, Ga., no transfer; Ben Ellison -
Okeechobee and Fort Myers. Personnel Warehouse teams and penter for United States Sugar '. from here.
Clewiston; Tommy Elton,
these two played three games ofa Corp., two tubes; Melvin L._, Pape The drive, however is just beginning -
Fort ,
Clewiston Felix Myers
; Lowe
School Pupils'Are scheduled five-game series Tues- Riddle-McKay tractor operator and and will not end so longas
no transfer; M. C. Hall, transfer to
day night for third-place position.The service man, three passenger, tubes; there is a piece of scrap ironor

i it! Receiving Milk Daily Personnel team, runners-up James G.' Wiandt, U. S. S. C. power Orlando; Rudolph Powell, transferto transfer other vital scrap to be found.
Sarasota; Lynn Harris
; I in the first half, had a nice evening plant machinist one passenger The country is badly in need of, this
I from Cuthbert, Ga. L. G. Mag-
I' and finished this ;
play-off by
tube. junk and Clewiston will, not be
I wood, transfer from St. Petersburg;
t 175 pupils of the Clewiston school, winning three straight games. Peter Christensen, plumber, two 1 1:Willie Cloud, transfer from ,Montgomery found wanting.

1 .i, are now receiving a dally bottle of Next Saturday night a banquet truck tires and tubes; Joe Jones, Ala.; Brady Jackson,

i; 11 milk through a plan whereby the will be held at the Sugarland Park farmer, two truck tires and tubes; I transfer from Tuscaloosa. Ala., and Red Cross Surgical

:! pupil pays one cent for a half-pint Auditorium when 'the members of all Riddle-McKay Aero College, two at one time a delinquent; James ,

,r k bottle, the government two and a teams will gather for an evening of truck tires and tubes; EvergladesFire I Heard, transfer from Elberton, II Dressing Room Busy

'\ t 1 I .tJ# half cents and the ParentTeachersAssociation food and merriment as a climax to Control District 2 truck tires Ga.: William Lee. Jr., transfer
'I; \ makes up the difference the summer tournament The ban- and tubes; .Herring and Hudspeth, Lorenzo
from Ala.
I Tuskegee, ;
; E I'I'I I ., If any, in the purchase price quet will last from seven o'clock ice dealers, one truck tire; City of I Buddy Powell, transfer from Montgomery I The Red Cross Surgical Dress-
IJ l I I. until nine and at this time Clewiston utilities, one truck tire Is
r It is believed that this number: trophies I Ala.; Walter Willie Jack- Ing room" a busy scene again
I will be awarded to the three and tube and H. G. Mathis, farmer I vacation due to lack
a 4 ,: will be increased to three hundred! son, Clewiston; Edward Fitzpatrick, after a week's .
ii II bottles daily within a short time. top teams, the Field, the Commis- two truck tires and tubes; Clew Norrisville, Pa., no transfer; Isiah of material to arrive. Work has,
, I I sary and the Personnel. Another iston Appliance Store, one truck been begun on the September
Charlie Smith
Marshall, Clewiston; ,
1 l Extends Date To Nov. trophy will go to Olin Waters of tube; Sam Kelly, two truck tubes. I Clewiston; Tolbert Thompson, Clew- quota of 16,500, dressings.The .

., the Commissary team for the high J. B. Sigler, light plant,-.maintenance iston.A room which is being operated -

,: 28 On Tax Returns est score made in tournament play, and farmer, two obselete tires; complete report on the list of at the. Barracks on the, same
233, and another to Sandy Bell of Melvin L. Pape, two obselete tires. white inductees who recently wentto days and hours as the room in the
I the Real Estate team for the high Dan C. Padgett, agriculture. ,
Camp Blanding shows that the City Hall is also again at
i' est individual average, 153. The teacher two passenger retreads; Mrs. W. A. Davis is in charge of
John L. Fahs I greater number of these were ac-
i \ of Jacksonville, banquet will be
Collector of Internal followed by a R. G. George, diesel engine oper- cepted. Those who were acceptedfor the' room, and all dressings made
Revenue for dance to which all corporation ator, one retread M. C. Doke mail
employees ;
I the District of Florida induction were Harold Roland there are a part of the local chapter's -
announced will be invited., carrier retread M, M. McCall
one ; ,
and inspected,
receipt of advice from the Commissioner I Orby Alvin Home William Henry are
' of Internal Revenue- Members of the victorious Field" two retreads; C. W. Miller, Riddle '- ,Wilson, Charles Edward Hodges I packed and shipped with the others.

r Washington D. C., that the team were C.. L. McLendon, Joe Flight Commander, three retreads I G. M. Waters, Jr., John Tom Hud- Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays

: for filing 1942 Capital Stock date tax Cato, Bill Bolton, Gene 'Mills, E. ; C. E. Miner, beverage inspector i son, Jr., Henry Jefferson Vaughn, both rooms are open from 1:30 to

returns had been W. McLeod Terry Driggers and three retreads; Clewiston Abner Wesley Waldron, Billy Guy, 5. and from 7:30 to 930. All who
to November .
28, 1942 Jack DeValcourt; of the'Commissary Builders, Inc., defense housing, two George B. Smith, Willie Woodrow can help even part of 'a work per-
I team. Olin Waters, H. C. Kol- retreads and James G. Wiandt one Ballard Cyrus Newton Archer. iod are urged to go to one of the

tabs said he had information stad, Alton Lee, Ray Sullivan, PhilAIcLeod retread. Herring and Hudspeth Those rejected were John Willie rooms during these hours and workas

I as to when the forms might be received -I Adolph Driggers and Her- got one truck retread and Clewis- Powers, Frank Lee Hutchinson, Pete much of the time as they can
in his office nor was he ad- man Draughon; of the Personnelteam ton Appliance Store got a truck Lubbert Coleman William Howard spare. No uniforms are needed

\ vised as to the rate of tax, but sug-' C. J. Lovvorn, "W C. Wood retread. Johnson and Harmon ,Guy. any clean wash dress will be suf-

gested that interested taxpayers ward, Curtis Thompson. M. E. Von' ficient. Mrs. W. H. Lanier and

.; watch for news items. He said his Mach, W. Riley, A. E. Oliver and Owen, and Sinclair Knight before. The United States Sugar Corporation i Mrs. E. L. Stewart co-chairmen of
;, I office would mail forms to corporations John Kettl of the teanlV. ser'vice.
: ; Warehouse I entering has provided, a building in the surgical dressing work, or Mrs.
.; I which filed returns for '1941 '\ P. Vaughn, R. M. Hare, Jr., I Scores on' the play-off games and Harlem for the wekely venereal W. A. Davis at the Barracks will

r if and when the 1942 forms are re- Carlisle Redish, A. C. Carlton.I other tournament statistics will be clinic. About five hundred negroes be glad to ,answer any inquiries

: ; ceived. Charles B. (Tubby) Owens,, Bill(! published next week. are now being treated. concerning the. work. -,._, -.,




? I U. S. Rangers in United ;Kingdom THE. CHEERFUL CHERUB. I'

-G R D i I Train Under Combat Conditions Through troubl t hicjh
I I.. prices and wars
r Ive
W ON '!' .,., still been
,>,! : \t; = "!lG.! iF.

3/ TAGE SCRE Ply RADIO 5o relentlessly please] this. oncepardon -Y.

D. C. 44 et.y ? Released By by VIRGINIA Western Newspaper VALE Union. my b' ..c.h.--

WIRE TAPPINGFew My smile feels}
people, even inside the government IF YOU want to laugh, want to : :1

realize the extent to which thinking about the war 50todzsy...ry'.

telephone wires are tapped today. for just a little while, be'sure to !!" -
when wiretapping -
The good old days ,. the "
) see "The Major and Minor.
was done only by big-time
gangsters are gone, and almost no It's one of the most delightful

telephone line around Washington is pictures that has come along in

safe today. many: moon. Ginger Rogers, as
Even the private wire from Secre- the young woman who dons little

/ tary of State Hull to the Presidentof girl's clothes in order to ride half- WNU Features.f1HOUSEHOLD.
the United States was found to ? fare on a train taking her home,
have been tapped some time ago by \ w' agreed tuntil rer :, gives an expert performance, estab-

an unfriendly newspaper.The ,... ', e n nq f lishing herself firmly as one of our '
FBI which has been doing v c o at orkIt
c cite be drl en w leading comedienrfes. Ray Millandis _
the j job of chasing down criminalsfor is wil never is rces, B lt, excellent, as is the rest of the
years, is scrupulously careful x, Q many c Upat1omrlcat\ Great the cast. It's a swell picture-don'f
about wire-tapping. But with out- f miss it!
w'arin !j
mili- ; ; < ] armYtalEurop ulde cont. ",
fits like naval intelligence or >: sr prep and F ? ----.--

tary intelligence, which suddenly tl would er $ e en vital Sec arren f One of the best friends and former
have come into lush funds and have ink, raveof 1n and Sgt, N ,ana 0 a associates of Gen.Draja Mikhailo-' Silverware should be washed

inexperienced men spending them, gin s, talked scows tre somemuc M vitch, leader of the Jugoslavian immediately after usesince_ foods,
it is a different matter. t ne guerrillas, is Tom Lincir, now in salt and acids cause corrosion.
ov pr trains
Latest wire-tapping developmentis e_ with e is 'Hollywood working for Columbia .
the system of tapping the wires of Old shirts
pictures. Columbia has made a no longer worn be-
army and navy officers by the army : v ants United number of.war pictures-"The Commandos : cause they are collarless or out of r'i
and navy itself. e r Raider style make
"Submarine etc. pretty kitchen aprons.
For instance, here is the transcription but Tom Lincir's been in none of #

of a dictaphone recording in : ; ;; them-he's a conga dancer in "My Domestic red pepper is less hot

the navy department of a conversa- a _: Sister, Eileen," movie version of the than cayenne and can be used in

tion on May 26, 1942, between Capt. +v,:. :F CM,+Y +M ohYAM :;, .ictoru ": ': :W""w.m..,"'< "XW"t.: stage play laid in New York, with salad dressings, cheese and meat
John D. Crecca of the Boston navy K ,' "\ <-" ;"' t Rosalind Russell and Brian Aherne. dishes, relishes and fruit butters.

yard, and Comdr. E. E. Roth of y' '. :.i.:i">. Si: ..r/.J: ---r---'" .
the bureau of ships in Washington, : '
regarding tank landing boats. P. 'Y' : .. : '::'il About a year ago RKO bought a To prevent .crushing fill a hat
Lib < \ ., novel, "There Goes Lona Henry," crown with tissue and
Higgins Landing Boats. .$: .}..... .'>. .. ,..u/. <:.". .: ., ,.. I paper store ...
;,0 y '" ) aCt and afterward lip the idea the hat"on its
ox gave of brim in its own box.
The conversation shows that the !J 1..,;;.; }m'. < : : .
( ;
%f;; : tei'
navy finally yielded to Andrew J. !g{ : ; ti 'r- ;,
Higgins of New Orleans, who had a 1J < ; ;
< '
with the bureau of ( 7. f&' s y ? GOVE YOUR
:#': lWA i; ':, /
ships over the design_of tank landing : '<<' .,- -. .. ....
boats. The bureau of ships had designed ff'''< > ,l NJrC
yrkw ,
its own boat, called the "Bu Yv

reau tank lighter," which Higgins quick relief the famous Penetro
claimed was not practicable, and the Nose Drop 2-drop way.Helps open up
two designs were tried out at Nor- cold stuffed nose. Generous sizes,
,t f)J 25c and 50c. Use only as directed. .
folk, Va., on May 25. Here is an excerpt -
from their conversation:

Captain Crecca (in Boston): We Big Prize Money

just got some disconcerting infor- Russia recently made the largest -
mation regarding a possible changein I single distribution of money
the design of the tank lighters. Y4k prizes on record to scientists for
Commander Roth (in Washington outstanding achievements.- Sixty
): Possible-it's a sure thing. persons received a total of $1,142000 ,-
'Isn't Live ammunition is used to create several of the
Yes. that a blow? first awards
Captain Crecca: It's terrible. realistic effects, preparing the amounting to $48,000.

Commander Roth: We can't af- men for.;.actual combat conditions, RUTH WARRICK I
ford it. We had a test down in Nor-
shown in above.
as photo making it. ,Now' it's being readiedas
folk yesterday. Captain Cochrane A VEGETABLE
j. a picture for Ruth Warrick. It's '
went down, Commander Daggett Right: Lt. William Jarrctt, med-
(Comdr. R. B. Daggett of the bureau ical officer with one of the U. S. the. society story of woman.an ambitious Washington Laxative

of ships) went down. The army Ranger battalions. ",
went down (telephone connection in- ---r--- For Headache,

terrupted). Richard Arlen and Arlene Judge ti C b 'I Sour Stomach

Commander,Roth: Well, they hada vxXM /M 4 certainly started something when, t S .; i; and Spells Dizzy when

showdown at Norfolk but a little working in "Wildcat," they suggested 1J caused by Con-
breeze blew up. They got up to that each time a player made a i w ')'' stipation. Use

'. about 13 knots. The Bureau tank <.F.4 h <. I r .,.;%x", r]?;r 4i,,f>) mistake in his dialogue he make a 1 r only as directed. 'I
lighter almost capsized. They contribution to the American Red 15 doses for I

_couldn't steer it.. They just drifted +' Cross; fewer errors mean fewer retakes only 10 cents.

around. They had to pack with the LiVf t ; so the company' profits, and
thing. Almost lost everybody on the Red Cross makes money when 1

board, almost lost the tank. Higgins' somebody does blow his lines. With

tank lighter came through fine, up- Y film companies cutting expenses,
side in and made the beach and it's a swell idea. ..
the poor old Bureau tank lighter was ---7 Road to Glory .

out there wallowing around. Captain L Alexis Smith has been urging The path of duty is the way of :
Cochrane came back this morningand Warner Bros to contribute all the glory.-Tennyson._
he saw the Chief and every- metal from its numerous hoopskirts, 1 1I
body else concerned and they sent weighted petticoats and the like to

out-did you get a copy of the dispatch the nation's scrap metal drive. "I I IRRITATIONS OF
? had to wear costumes like that all S KI l
Commander Roth: Commander through 'Gentleman Jim, said
Daggett is coming in late tonightand she, "and now I'm doing it again in pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
ugly skin.: Millions relieve
I guess he's pretty well tired 'The Adventures of Mark Twain. miseries with simple home treatment. ,
out. It's a pretty hard blow for I've packed around enough lead and Goes to work at once. Direct action aids ,,
him, you know. He's sponsored this steel to make.a dozen of those Gen- Black healing and by killing White Ointment germs it touches.only as Use directed -
all along. w eral Grant tanks! The studio wouldbe lOc,25c 50c sizes.25 years success.'
doing the government-and mea :Money-back guarantee. t3" Vital In
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy' famous
WOUNDED favor if they'd just turn it all Black and'White Skin Soap daily.'OURS I,
IN WASHINGTONTwo --- X"o.v".w. .,, y" on,, w. ..........w..... ...... .. .
"" r.o0f(; >>>m< < w.v. ;;>? in.
crippled soldiers drove up to ..r I It
--- --
the Shoreham hotel in a taxi. A One of the phases of Ranger beach landing operations, under tlq ;-
friend was taking them to dinner, to Olivia de Havilland's learning to KlULS
j bring a little cheer into their lives: direction of Commando instructors, who are past masters at the art. play the saxophone brings the e .

One soldier carried his arm in a shiny new instrument to her dress

brace, the other had lost a foot. Both ";" .. ing room and tootles between scenesof Leaf 40 "Cap-BrusVAppIicator- ,1
were officers of the air corps: "The Princess O'Rourke." She JUST A makes-BLACBLEAF/o1SO

As they were getting out of the played "Happy Birthday" for the DASH IN FEATHERS.. MUCH FARTHER

taxi, a limousine drove up behind sound stage doorman the other day, OR S PRE'ADFG NffRO OSTS
them, and out stepped Jesse Jones. her first public performance. She
The big Texan watched the crip- also offered him three cigars, in
pled soldiers for case he didn't care for her music.
a moment then
took off his hat and stepped for- He didn't comment on the music,. Rc \ )
but took the cigars. -.
ward to the .
open of the hotel. .
-- C.
He held the door' hI
open as the fliers
J / w a Sergt. Gene Autrey used to think J
passed, when they had gone, he
said to a passerby: he was pretty busy when he was /

"Gee, that hits you below the belt making pictures, running his own
doesn't it?" rodeo and his two ranches and doing
AUP his regular air stint. But now! ji
f GLASS STOVES He does the air show, also the regu-
lar work of sergeant, and
Next time an army ;
you try to buy a kitchen .
stove,. the salesman will proba- he's picking up flying hours and ".! .,, J
ask burning the midnight oil, studyingup ..
bly : "What kind do wish '
you '
work needed for CJ
madam-a terra on the book .
cotta stove, a cement : fj""J
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plants, half have been closed or con ... officer on Lord Louis Mountbatten's Cobined'.Operations Staff. Lieu soldier is seen around Monterey, --aoY---

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THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and field, they saw movement there. over using French with Toenjes if I 8. How do peanuts grow, hand
11 his wife Lee, are already on their way Lieutenant Trainor produced a pairof he can talk Dutch that fluently?" 1. What is a Cadman victory? from bushes in clusters, below '
to Tierra Libre when he receives a note field'glasses, adjusted them, stud- Curt hesitated, hand on knob of 2. In American political history, ground, or on trees? ,
from Zora Mitchell warning them not to ied what he saw. Then he shruggedand the door through which he'd just who were the mugwumps? '
come. When they arrive in:Tierra Libre The waxed The Answers i
Curt automatically reached for come. argument stronger 3. Persons 1.
who at the
they find both Zora and her weep
p lowered binoculars. a hand thumped 'a desk to, punctuate -
dead. It Is Mitchell's Job as chief engineer the slightest provocation are called
; for a fruit company that Jeff has Pointing them at the bodega, Curt Toenjes' tirade. what? 1. One obtained at a great cost.
{. been called to fill. Later Jeff's friend saw a small crew of men with Lan- If I only knew Dutch! Curt 4. How many states lie east of 2. Republicans who refused ta '
am Henderson is also killed, and Jeff nestock in charge. They'd hand- thought or even German. At least the Mississippi river? support Blaine in 1884. .
inspects his employer Senor Montaya worked a flatcar from outside the enough to get the gist of it. 3. Lacrymose. -
of murdering him and the Mitchells be. field fence into position alongsidethe Tomorrow he decided would bea 5. Ancient Babylonia is now 4. Twenty-six.
cause they had found a clue to the loading platform.A better time for his talk with Mon- called what? ,5. Iraq. '

tion.strange Other things sinister going figures on at are the the planta come big door of the hangar was taya, so he went out, closing the 6. How many times greater is 6. A million times.

pany chemist, Dr. Toenjes, and the flyers raised and from the interior the door quietly, and stood for a moment the speed of light than the speedof I 7. A slaughter house.
L Ryden and Lannestock. Jeff's suspicions men were bringing lengths of lum- reflecting. His hands busily sound? I 8. Below ground.MOROLINE7.
are further aroused when his visitto ber to load onto the car. Curt couldsee loaded his pipe tamping down the
to the airfield is Interrupted by Dr. Toen plainly the tall piles of lumber tobacco. .
jes' arrival. Now a U. S. Army plane cross-stacked for' curing that filled That last burst of anger clearly # FOR
forced,down by engine trouble has landed the open space of the building to showed that the worthy Dutchmanhad J U ; M' MINOR
on the airfield. the eaves. Another door was the upper hand. Curt scowled. EuTs
very 'I'
partly open showing further piles of Then he moved on slowly. ;,;%,:

material-pipe in this instance. Next morning when Curt again /Qb

CHAPTER XI However, there was no further called at Montaya's office, he found 1'"b//,7hZ y ; Early and Late Babes

thought of an overnight stay, for, as "The Dark Lily" his usual suave Still at It Healthy babies have been born
Curt and Dr. Toenjes pushed Curt handed back the glasses the and polished self. The customer couldn't 65 days before and 50 days after
through the circle. Again Ryden plane's motor was gunned to a deaf- The senor was as. ever a plate of with see eye- the full term, the difference be.
registered relief as he gave up the ening pitch. This time there was sartorial elegance. Today his white to-eye the taxicab driver on tween these extreme cases being
the matter of fare. he saidin
spotlight."Ve no break in its smoothness.It gabardines were livened by purplered Finally almost four months.
don't vish to appear to unvel- was then only a matter of min- : accessories, which had the Curious exasperation: "See here-I
coom you," ,Toenjes .said, his voice utes before the two mechanics were I effect of making his lips seem haven't been riding in cabs for ten
controlled. Again Curt was amazed buttoning up their shirts. Blandingand : the fuller. Curt's own lips curled years for nothing."

; at the rapid change, amazed that Trainor shook hands all around slightly at the picture, but he man-; "No, but I'll bet you've been try- Relief At LastForYourCough
l' the Dutchman's anger-or' whateverit decidedly in pleasanter frame of aged a pleasant enough "Good morn- ing to," retorted the driver.
was he'd seen in his face-had mind now. Curt caught the final ing" and got down to business.

vanished. "Zey mean to zay ve look both officers flung at the Junk- Getting into details of this job,
; are not as a coomairzhal field ers planes, then at each other, the Curt let himself go. He'd finish the HE. KNEW
equipped. You had ze trouble vith suspicion of smiles on their lips as levee and drainage system already
your blane?" though at some secret joke. worked out on paper and under con- Creomulsion relieves promptly be-
cause it goes right to the seat of the
"Yeh, trouble." The lieutenant The second ,motor of the army struction, and enjoy it.But this trouble to help loosen and expel
also had trouble to regain his own plane was opened up both were reservoir idea came from him. It germ laden phlegm and aid nature
equanimity. In fact, he made little gunned for a few moments, then would be his baby, especially as it to soothe and heal raw tender, inflamed -
effort to do so, merely transferringhis tied in so closely with the overhead bronchial mucous mem-
branes.Tell your druggist to sell
angry gaze from Ryden to Toen- irrigation plan he was so anx- bottle of Creomulsion with the youa un-
jes. "Clogged a fuel line. Headed ious to get into. He lost himselfin derstanding you must like the way it
: for Puerto Soledad but the matter of the discussion of it. quickly allays the cough or you are
; safety forced me down here." As he finished outlining the scopeof to have your money back.CREOMULSION.

:', :: "I am glad for you to land zafe. his proposed survey Montaya Defendant-I don't know what
Vat can ve do for you?" brought him back to earth. I'd have done if it hadn't been for
for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis
But the army man's gaze met "Be sure Emilio accompanies you you. ,
'. Curt's. Curt was grinning from ear on the trip tomorrow, Mr. Curtis." Lawyer-You'd have done time.

to ear as he stepped into the 'I, Curt blinked. Ah, yes, ,Emilio, Begets Delinquencies
.. fray. he thought. Aloud he said smoothly Every unpunished delinquency
; "Name's Curtis. Chief Engineer "Of ,course. Your orders, are Looking Through Him has a family of delinquencies.-
for the Compania Agricola Tropical, they not?" The aggressive wife of a meek Herbert Spencer.

I who have ,this valley. This is Dr. During some remaining routine little man was hauling her hus-
Toenjes of Amsterdam an agricul-> I s items Curt kept wondering why no band over the coals for having

:; tural authority ,in charge of farms." mention had been made of ,his trip made a fool of himself when some Gas on StomachRelieved
"I'm Lieutenant Trainor. My to the airfield. Certainly Dr. Toen- friends called. He sat in dejected
men," nodding in direction of each t jes had brought it to the senor's at- silence. When excess In stomach 5 minutes add or causes double paJnlcl.suftocat-money back:

t in turn "Blanding, Newman, Fos-. tention. Vehemently. Plenty of heat "And don't sit there," she shout- lag presents gas.sour the stomach fsetest-and acbng heartburn medicines,doctors known usually for
: ter." All three were engaged makinga had been generated over it in this ed, "making fists at me in your symptomatic relief-medicines like those In Bell-eaa
Tablets. No laxative. Bell
-aaa brings comfort in
space about ,the plane. "Sorry if office last evening.He pockets, either. iffy or double your money back on return of bottle
to tic all .
us. at druggists.In
we inconvenience you but we'llhave wondered too,, why there'd
to make some repairs." been no reference, at least casual, to
"Of course." \ the U. S. Army plane forced down. 'Ready and WillingShe .Excess.
Things organized, ladders brought I i This sort of thing didn't happen of- had gone to the fortune- Excess of sorrow laughs, excessof
from the nearby hangars, the two ten. Yet Montaya seemed to haveno teller and had listened with increasing joy weeps.-William Blake.CAllOUSES .
men Newman and Foster stripped to intention of speaking about it. interest to the sketch of

their waists and got busy disman- Instead, he mentioned _"My daily her life as portrayed in the linesof

tling the fuel line of the engine. It hospital report says you were treat- her palm."Madam .
was riot a simple task but they knew ed for a minor cut." ," said the fortuneteller -

j their job.Toenjes. "Only a puncture-weed scratch. in his most impressive man- To relieve painful callouses burn- ,
r took considerable inter- It'll be all right." ner, "you should be very, very lag or tenderness on bottom of feet

,est, conversing in low tones with "However you will have .a care, happy. A nobler man than your and thin,remove soothing callouses,cushioning-get pads.these
TM' Ryden. This left Curt by ,himself no? I do not_ wish you to be in husband you have yet to meet."
for a moment and he singled out capacitated. Have it dressed again "How absolutely thrilling!" e S
the second lieutenant. today and be sure Dr. Berry says gushed the woman. "But when?"
"Blanding? Curtis." there will be no danger of infection
They grinned and shook hands. before you leave tomorrow."

Blanding spat and said "American? But if Montaya had no intentionof
e What you doing in this blooming mentioning the airfield visit, Curt

p league of nations?" ,had, and this gave him an opening.
"Work here. What's the matter? "That reminds me. While at the they say"BUBBLE -
Curt hesitated, hand on the knobof ARMY
No co-operation from field THE
our the door. I hospital yesterday I stumbled onto IN
force? the path to the airfield. So I decided -
"Co-operation? Say, a guy'd thinkit the plane took off circled once to make them that visit you DANCING" for dish.washing"HASH
was a crime to set down a crip-. above the field, and straightened out suggested. You do the men at the
pled plane. 'Private field, private to speed off for Soledad.On field very well in the matter of ac NK"for service stripe
field,' he mimicked. "What the the trip up the mountainsideto commodations." : MA salute '

hell? By the way," his tone changed, San Alejo, Dr. Toenjes had noth- "You mean the swimming pool r< extra snapPY .
became curious, "what you doing ing to say. And at the station, witha the tennis court? It pays." "HIGH BALL"for an

with those old crates? Those old- short "Gootpy, Meestoor Coor- Hmm, thought Curt, no outburstover aw< favorite cigarette "
time Junkers transports." I tiss," the Dutchman stumped off in my not sending 'em an en- "C AM EL: for their
He wore a smile that was half one direction, Curt headed for home. graved notice? Gjve him another 1
amusement, half disgust as he nod- N Presently Curt 'remembered that chance. 1 >> > io the Ar"'Y "
ded toward the two C. A. T. planes.He he'd wanted to see Montaya today. "I-uh, know you don't like inter- : > .With: men"d CoaSt Guar r the i m!
spat again."Junkers There wasn't time to bathe Marines, is C..el.
now '
?" said Curt. "That what and for he'd departmental comments, but I have favorite cigarette records in \%!
change, spent longer on shouldn't object to. That '><> :' octUalsales !
they are? I'm no airman, I didn't 'the airfield than he'd intended. He one you cz; : (BaSed 00 "d Canteens) z .a .:
used "
of the field daily is
part kept xcbaPges
know. Only been on the job here turned on his heel, lengthenened his Post]!
well under fire control. But
ten days, or so, myself." stride, and made off for the execu- pretty .1
They watched for some minutesthe tive office. one can see from a distance that ,i
the far end of the fieldis
the at
work on the engine. The fuel The commissary was closing for grass
and dry. It should be
line was disconnected blown out, the day. A few last clerks were high" kept
reconnected. The engine was tested leaving ,the offices above. Curt cut.
,I but.still it sputtered. crossed the patio and climbed the Montaya was looking steadily at
Lieutenant Trainor from a kibitz- wide, tiled staircase. Curt. He didn't speak.
ing position above jumped to the Down the cool office corridor he "None of my business, perhaps," SMOKE
He Curt shrugged, "but it's in the in- ('
ground. wore a frown. pounded his heels little deadenedby REASO
"We were scheduled to touch the strip of green linoleum laid terest of safety. Even if the build- ONE
Puerto Soledad this afternoon and along the center. Montaya's ruby- ings at that end aren't of great

proceed onward at once.. If we nailed secretary was gone. value, you have materials stored
can catch up with the other planes But Montaya' was in. As Curt there..Precautions should be taken." K**' AND THAT

quickly, they'll wait for us. But entered the outer office, he heard "You are quite right, Mr. Curtis, ROUND
supposing we can't make repairs voices from behind the senor's door, quite right. I shall make a note FULL
tonight, any way of putting us up?" voices harsh and angry one expostu-I of it." And make a note of it he did Is
"I should think so," answered lating, the other laying down the.. -at least he did some careful L
Curt. "Trouble serious, then?" scratching on his calendar pad..
! "Not serious, but it goes deeper law.And the louder voice was not Mon- What! Can't I get any kind of rise
than I thought. I see you have other taya's.. It was Dr. Toenjes who out of him? The imp of perverseness y s i
hangars here." The lieutenant must have made a bee-line from in Curt prodded him, and he ven-
nodded toward the far.. 'end of the I the station to Montaya's office when tured again.
field. "Could we put the machine leaving Curt only a few minutes ago. "That army plane from the Canal
under cover for the night?" I They were not speaking French Zone that was forced down here yes-
"Sorry," Curt replied. "They were which Montaya professed to use terday. I rather expected you to SERVICE...
built as hangars, all right but. with the Dutchman for convenience come to the field-as a sort of wel- FIRsrtNTHE
they're used for storage purposes but were talking to judge from the coming gesture.' "
', I now. They're full up with materials sounds of it, in the Dutchman's own Montaya's voice chilled, there wasa
\ and supplies. You couldn't even get language! touch of contempt in his reply.
, the nose of your ship inside." Curt heard his name flung by Dr. "This my dear Mr. Curtis is a
1 Curt hadn't yet gone through the Toenjes, and he took it that the business venture, not a social enter-
r. ; buildings, but he recalled the extraordinary argument was about his visit to the prise. I have a telephone. I knew CAMELfrra -
I; stock of pipe and fittings airfield rather than the forced land- you and Dr. Toenjes were there to xBi1nFctoARET'rrs'
and other materials listed in ing of the army plane. perform-ah, the amenities. Was Y
\ the inventory Senor Montaya had "Cripes," he muttered. "Montaya there need of more?"
I sent him. ... himself suggested the visit. And Curt. let it go at that. .- ,
Attention called' to the end of the why the build-up the day I arrived (TO BE CONTINUED) .



and week week they The state defense, council \
The Clewiston News Day make by a day valuable contribution by to all persons hnd'organizations urges to I <---x--<..,.. <-<-: : ..:..,..: :<..: >-:->-,..

the American way of life. And as I cooperate in a physical fitness pro-

the war has brought home to us RAMBLINGS gram, and says "every citizen should Too Late I
Published Friday In Clewleton To
Florida by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, a deeper realization of just how consider his personal physical fit- )II Classify _
Tnc. valuable our way of life is, and By B. B. ness a patriotic obligation., 'The

I the newspapers are indeed proudto -:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:.. ..:..:..:..:..:..:.. purpose of the program in Floridais I By RUSSELL KAY ,

KEATIILDY BOWDEN Editor have a part in preserving it. courageous to develop people a strong=--a, vigorous people with and I I ..........................-..................................................--:.,........"::0<.....
I The keeps recurring I
thought just
second class mall matter!I' I AM THE AMERICAN: SOLIDER the efficiency, skill, sentiment and I
as individualin
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in I to our minds that every spirit to endure' a long, hard war I I Unfortunately. Amendments don't
Florida, under the Act of Hundreds of thousands of other America needs to take part in
ClewSston. and "
the readjustments, which will thump their manly chests, tear .
March 3, 1897.Subscription I and we I _
soldiers saying in a physical fitness program
American are '
inevitably follow. their hair,
or to the multi-
I II their own way what was writtenby would like to see something organized I I tudes from stump or platform. If f
Rate $2.00 Per Year. Edward Markham, editor of the here in Clewiston to meet ,
I Well, restricting the speed limit they did, a lot of folks would pay r
St. Peter (Minn.) Herald, the night this need. ,
Advertising Rates. On Application. on cars to 35 miles per hour has more attention to them.
before he enlisted in the United Already our school children are
at least stopped the big shots who Unless an election is preceded by'a
States Army in 1917. What Mr. showing improvement in their gen-
to the advancement 'and wel- I bragged about the few minutes It brass band, torchlight processionfish
Devoted Markham printed then was recently eral condition from the period of '
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. took them to dash down. jto Miami fry, oratorical bombasts and
attention in the them "
brought to physical exercise given everyday
and back. cheesecake,
I Curtis Courier and certainly is j I. in school. It's a regulationthat average citizen is
unimpressed. '
worth reprinting again and again: we hope will remain a per-I, I
MEMBER rft I "I am a mother's son. I am the manent part of our public ,school The Junior Red Cross this week But as far as the individual wel- _
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCLMIONV\ pride of a family and part of a curriculum. The vast majority of is displaying in, Ifarkinson's store I I fare and interest of the averagecitizen
Nano i window one of the!, three afghans is"
AL91g fAssoa love life love service I concerned, the questionof
V home. I my as you boys and men who enter
I made by the' ,young Red Cross organization the
yours. I am a youth in years and gain weight on the rigorous train- adoption or rejection of a
here. A list of
experience in life, yet I am a I ing. They work hard, take vigorous '\vho constitutional amendment can be .
gambler, betting the highest stakes exercise and eat in sufficient i have knitted squares for the far more vital and important than
xif true-the
today, '
Swell news I afghan is also displayed. These the matter of
withdrawal from Stalingrad. that a man can wager.-my life. IfI quantities! to give them strength to holds this or that \ .J
German three afghans were made from !short office for short
win, you win; if I lose, I have do it. Many of our young men
scraps of left-over wool from the '
pay-days help lost all. The loss is mine, not who go into service gain an aver- Let's consider the'gastax amend
Staggered may Red Cross knitting, and from odd
enforcement by eliminating yours; and there is a grieved mother age of five pounds for the four ment which will appear as No. 1
law lengths contributed by others. The
.,_ much of the pay-day staggering.Our a saddened family and a weeks of their preliminary train- finished articles are most attrac- on your November ballot. This is ,
broken home to which I can never ing. That means the exercise is not a two or four-year decision, but'
tive and serviceable. Mrs. W. E.
return. good for them and gives them appEtites \ effects the question of finance
school is already suffering Dilley is Junior Red Cross chair-
and ;
for the that make them relish the taxation in this state for a
ask only Godspeed
from growing pains. Time to begin ) man and Miss Hannah York helped
of nation in good, wholesome food they are period of fifty years.
I and support my re-
to with 1
preparing for new buildings supervising in the school last
accommodate the ever-increasing' turn for laying upon the altar of served, even though it may not be year. H''i The question it presents is 'so !

of pupils. my country my all. For braveryand just like Mother used to make. grave and so far reaching that every' I 1
number blood will you furnish bullets Men whose bay windows were beginning From marine state headquartersin qualified voter should make it a 1

and bread? Will you pawn 'Your to be 'evident, lose them point to study its provisions and i
Clewiston, is making a nice rec- shekels if 'Ipa'wn myself? Will quickly in the army, and are bet- Orlando comes the announcement be prepared to vote intelIigently.--

ord in the scrap campaign but we you bet your' gold while I bet my ter off physically for it. today that married, men no longer Because, this is a Democracy, you

cannot afford to be satisfied with blood? Will you hazard your A half-hour every day of ordin-I need' the consent of their dependentsfor are given an opportunity to express I,

results until every available pieceis ; wealth while I risk my life? I ary school-type calisthenics would enlistment in 'either the marine your will. Think what that I
out in the '
on its way to help contribute deal to the The ballot is the
am the flower of a nation's man- a great' regulars or reserve corps.In means. symbolof
war effort. hood, the glory of a noble race. I physical fitness of us all. Perhaps our liberty and freedom. If
addition all men 17 to 36, inc.,
am the American soldier. I am someone trained in this work fail to appreciate this bessing, I..
It is the height of something or the Boy in the Trenches.-Ex- will volunteer to direct a half-hour are eligible for service with the to exercise this privilege, we we'I I I

other that in the same daily paper change.' each afternoon, as a civic _service. marines. (Continued on Page 8) I II 'f

this week we- read- that the department _____'_____ I I
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f agriculture mha-s, frownedon

of synthetic rub- r
the production I

ber from agricultural ptoducts, apparently -
in favor of the oil indus-

try's synthetic program and a lit- : i

tle further over in the paper learn /

that our oil resources are being l.

depleted at a rapid rate. When the -

oil is gone it is gone forever.
When the agricultural productsare i

the grown.most used Which up satisfactory more would can source seem quickly? to be be 1 We were. b'om- and raIse edi I

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t -
It is with an entirely different ,

celebrate feeling that National newspapers Newspaper this Week.year IIn i these parts Just lIke Ii.; ,- _

For several years the first week in '

October has been so designated andit

usually rates 'but a passing .
thought. We' have cotton week,
apple week, laundry week, and all & most our customers i v : ,
the other weeks, so a newspaper o '
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week just sort of fitted into the \ 'i .-

scheme. <- I

But in 1942; the month of October .,1jIJ, :<, .--.' .\ :, I I
finds the' American peopleat ," ',- '
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making least every knee-deep preparation in war to 'stepin and! .J'< Down here live the folks we :grew up Many competitors have abandoned / 'r'oW I... '.& >4

deeper and deeper until that l :A ;with our neighbors. We work alongside this market and are now devoting all : :: 1 \
happy day when the victory is won : I
and peace is here again. For that .- 'I r t;:[J; : :- you, pay taxes with you and vote their efforts to serving their own homecommunities. : 1'f 1-, ,', -

reason in observing National News- ;;: ; : = 'Iz -
-, (ir :with you. So we have come to think of ; '.
:paper Week, our thoughts turn ,... '!
first to the war effort, to the con- iI; :: >,. 'you as our very own customers long That means that somehow we've got :: ",' : '

tributions newspapers everywhereare < tjl ,' as we deserved your t ad.e. to step up production so as to not only -'
making toward the ultimate

victory, and "to the principles for f ,H"},. To do that, of course we hall to make :fill the gap but meet: the increased :: ", _
fu .
,, :: '
which the, free press of America '' needs of "home folks" And it's I "
stands. t l > as good Ale and Beer ,as you can get our a : ,

Only in a free county like Amer-
ica could a 'newspaper; like the / '. ,
>:':"< of
cold is
exist. ', :>.N: We have done that b beer a pleasant way to essen j"'o'>,i' .
Clewiston News For fifty- : i:::: : seem to ecause. 1
two '\weeks in every year your News r->:; ", the tial relaxation, and helps combat thetension s t F:; ., 1 I:
best breweries the
brings to" the best its ability : g ,.':, very In country
you of ;: : :f# \ ,
and strain of the
a war job. ,y., I
the happenings Clewiston. 3 have come into this community and
It'records your births, your marriages ." ; :::s :- Faced with unprecedented demand, : : : :
your deaths. It tells of 'the : 1 fought for your trade. It was a good "<.
; _
:; ; Atlantic Company increased its l ':
construction of homes, of the :
new "
t fair :fight, and we are proud that In the '
t il' :: the limit of the r >
business progress of the commun- production to capacity ; >. i
ity. It informs you of the activi- -. 1 face of it Atlantic Ale and Beer have '
of its four breweries without sacrificingquality : !
ties of your clubs, your churches, l'
for years held their lead over all other ?
your schools. Of late, it has addeda I one iota. 'J
new column and with joy and < brands. ",13 I
'- ) it's of selling
Sincerely not a question
pride relates of in t ,
news your men '
the service of our country. Mt Now war has come along and the beer or making money. Under ...:.

Newspapers everywhere have al I ; needs of war have brought all sorts of present conditions we can probably sell' .
: f
job to perform in the war

effort. We have been asked by our : .I: restrictions. Metal caps, restricted all we can brew and more. It's a ,;

government of war savings. stimulate stamps and the bonds sales, I 1(11 deliveries and ,:"hatnot.You can't get matter of pride with us now, to keep I ,:

we are asked to keep you remind-\\ : help-It's gone into the Armed forces the faith by looking after ,our own f
ed of the :
to fight for of life "home folks"
I our .
e way '
paign. We are asked to keep be- 1:11r 4 II';

'fore you as clear a picture of actual ,
; 'i Ii
war events as can, for mili-t -
tary reasons, be given out. These :(:? ,, EiE I ""

things we are glad to do.
It is a matter of pride to us that / ;jr:

no newspaper ,made the first '

mention oC Presidents Roosevelt'stwo I'L"'N' rl'c ,', ; :
weeks' tour of the country E

recently. Although newsmen rode I I,
the train with him for the entire : :
distance, although :
every newspaperin ,
every section, through which he I 'y '

travelled knew' of his presence, not 11 .

one word was ever printed concern- #\ ,* 11
4'16I4'ND EB
ing the trip until the President returned ,:: > ; ""

to the White House. The I Ij j'

same cooperation was given by the k

radio stations who also knew, of his ;;;'f%: _
I 1 :: ''"
:<- "::
trip. J. Atlantic Co. Breweries In Atlanta, Charlotte, Norfolk, OrlandoTIlE ,:"*";::I:
Wherever and whenever they i t. Ar \{
\ r'*
have been called upon the news- I t '} .
.r.sfi4iG6w7wiJ v"o papers have' always, come through.

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MRS. WALKER HALL HONOREE BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. been reported to have been cap-' sential for current agricultural DJO-.

AT PARTY AT BOLTOX'S tured 'by the Japanese during the. duction needs.
W. E. Dilley was hostess I Battle of the Solomon Islands and Group includes such item
sC a%
' r Personals I ':Mrs. Ben Bolton, :Mrs.V.. W. Wednesday night 'to members of is now a prisoner of war. I some hand tools and the smaller.

; Perry, :Mrs. E. :M. Cornette, Mrs. I I her 'evening bridge ,club. Mrs. G. This information was contained -I horsedrawn equipment, which w"ay'-:
. J. Herman' Davis, :Mrs W. C. Raney H. Small won first prize and Mrs. in a letter received from Tom-:f be sold without restriction. In thtss

I and Mrs. A. H. Vann were co-hos- R. C. Wilson won second. Caramelpie my's aunt, Mrs. Minnie Willing-' group are hoes, rakes,. forks,,
1"I. Principal and Mrs. R, W. Turk'I tesses Friday afternoon entertaining and coffee were served to Mrs. ham of Dallas, Texas, by Mrs. J.'I I' scythes and shovels.

visitors in Miami Friday. at the' Bolton home. The party Small, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. M. E. S. Willingham this week. The letter Equipment in Group A must note
; j... were I was a baby shower given for :Mrs. Von Mach, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, also reported that another of be purchased later than Oct. 31,
Walker F. Nall.Appropriate Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. C. E. Miner Mrs. Willingham's nephews had '1942.
f' y T. C. Musgrave was a business
games and contests and Mrs. Ruth Wilcox.COMMUNITY also been captured by the Japs at
: 'visitor in Miami Wednesday. -
'. ,I were enjoyed by the group, and I the same time. fighting;; men are doing

tf Stan, Reeder spent the week-end the many lovely packages, were I CHURCH Tommy was for two years an share. Here at home:
1"7'.';. in Miami. presented to :Mrs. Nail in a John N. Montgomery, Minister outstanding member of the high lOur least we can do is put 10%
.4:.}r.;,> ful decorated wagon. beauH-1 school football team here but income in War Bonds
'i Chicken'salad and tea quit school early last term to
;,f Mrs. J. W. Ezelle was a visitor 9:45-Sunday School. our share in America.- .
ed by the hostesses at the refresh 11:00-Morning' Worship. enter the Marine Corps. Soon after
t- in Miami Teusday and Wednesday .
; of this week. ment hour. | 7:30-Evening Worship. that his mother and step-father
: Guests included :Mrs. C. M. Allen, The topic' for the morning ser- moved to Stuart and nothing had
'j- -
i: i: ..... Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. Clarence Krueger, Mrs. Dan l mon will be, "Christ Our Con- been reported of his whereaboutsin
Mrs. Gordon Mrs.I. several months. 1 J. M. COUSE
> ;.,::: Jr., and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson were Allen, temporary. In the evening the I
S. Bell, Mrs.' Leon Bembry, Mrs. subject is, "Phillip-The Evan I I --
in Fort Myers Monday.
visitors Counselor
and Attorney at Law
Ralph Bishop, Mrs. Hubert Land; gelistic Deacon." 1 i Farm Machinery Is, I'
Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. W. G. Church Building
Mrs. J. H., Pre"ssley, Mrs. R. R. Community welcomes
Hooks and Mrs. Addie Burke were Mathis, Mrs W. R. who have no regular Church Homein In Rationing SystemNot Wednesdays and Saturdays

,, in Fort Myers Wednesday". Mrs. H. C. Meador* Droaderick'i the community to take part in I 9:80 to 4:00 V
Carlton, 'Mrs.: I. E. : its activities. The Sunday School 1 t

i, : Mrs. P. M. McIntyre and Mrs. O. A. Clark, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle; has classes for all ages., The worship all farmers are acquaintedwith __ u

;", C. L. McLendon were visitors in' Mrs. .H. L. Davis, :Mrs. J. T. Paul,I I ;services are planned to meet I I. the fact that, a temporary order -
Miami this week. Mrs. Joe Elder, :Mrs. H. Phillips, the needs of all. If you can note prohibiting the sale of new-

Mis. Arch Hodges, Mrs. Fred Top- come in the morning, come for the 1 F farm machinery and equipment, except Johnson's Fish CampNear

*";Y Mrs. Julian Dickson and Mrs. E. per, Mrs. Jack Himrod, Mrs M. A. evening service. Better yet, come. I as specified in a rationing sys-

<: J. Bussell were visitors in Fort Thomas, Mrs. Hilliary Burke, Mrs to both services. tem 'governing its release, went into ( Hurricane Gate)
Myers; Friday. 'H. E. Trice, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs.J. The Session'' will hold its regular effect two weeks ago. Clewiston, Fla.

.. B. Turner, Mrs._ A. ,H. King, monthly meeting Monday eveningat Classified in three groups, Group Boats and Motors..-Guide Service
Mrs. C. S. Waters, :Mrs. G. E. 8:00 in the church. Rates Reasonable
includes farm machines vitally It I
W. .T. Wheeless '\T. H. Johnson, Mgr.
Mrs. ,. Although denominationally sponsored -
in West Palm Beach on busi- J I t essential to current agricultural!I l
ness. :Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. Vernon1Bryant the Community Church is needs. These cannot be bought with- T ;;

'I' Mrs. E. F. Phillips, Mrs. interdenominational in so ,far as it out a purchase certificate which the --
/ the W. C. Nail, :Mrs. W., A. Davis, Mrs. is possible and practical. Our
and farmer
_. Janet Patsy Casper spoilt must obtain from the coun
Roach and Mrs. R. R. Hooks. creed is Faith in Jesus Christ
week-end in Moore Haven with as ty ration board. Disc harrows,
Ti' I Saviour. Our aim is Service for DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
their grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. feed grinders, fertilizer spreaders,
2,::, J. W. Adkins. .r KOXALD EGLEY'S FIFTH: Christ's Kingdom. tractors, etc., ;come under this BUTTONHOLE MAKING
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED classification. .

Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. H. S. Unused Ration Stamps Group B covers most other farm Mrs. 'Inez Pope
p McDuffie and Mrs. G. B. McDuffie Mrs. Clyde Egley entertainedwith '
machinery and equipment not in
a children's party at her Millcrest Near Passenger Depot
business visitors in West Palm:
were afternoon celebrat- Must Be ReturnedThe Group A. This may be sold upon
home ,
;;: Beach Monday. Saturday certification by the farmer to his (next door to Bill Allen's).
I ing the fifth birthday of her son,
dealer that the is
equipment es-
Ronald. Games were played during -
Carlisle Redish left Wednesday local rationing office an-

e._. for Miami where he was recalled" the afternoon and the children nounced yesterday that all unused
t s for examination by ,the U. S. Naval were invited. in to be served with supplemental ration stamps for
Reserve. ice cream and individual cakes. gasoline at the expiration of the

I Red, white and blue paper caps ration period for which the supplemental -

; Mrs. Aaron Bronson has returned and favors were distributed to the book was issued must Kindergarten Classes

from a visit in Lake Worth with\(children. be returned to the office within

'''' her son, Norman Wairiner, and his I Those, invited were Ronald Hare,' five days after the expiration of
wife. Joyce DeVane, Janice Magill, Elsie the rationing period.

{ Andrews, Betty Sue Anderson, Washington writes that this .
4 Mrs. \R. C. Granere of Miami arrived Patsy Andrews, Patsy Casper, Janet regulation must be strictly com- ., REGISTRATION 10-12 MONDAY, OCTOBER 26TH

Tuesday for a two weeks'I Casper, Paul Bowden, Marjorie plied with and the coupons become Community Center V
Brown, Warren: Brown. Billy Nail,
visit with her sister, Miss Lois. invalid automatically on the expiration
; Prince. Jo Ann Harris and Jimmy Harris. date.Tommy -

t :Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rigsby, Mrs.J. BAPTIST LADIES CLASS IX Leath Reported CLASSES FOR 4 AND 5 YEAR OLDS
;:;; O. Pearce and Miss Nettie Pearl MONTHLY SOCIAL MEETING

i Rigsby of Okeechobee visited Mrs.
; Prisoner Of Japanese DAILY 9:30 A. M. TILL 12 TUITION: $1.50 PER WEEK:
Ruth B. Owens Saturday. I The monthly! business and social / x. -; .'_ ,
... meeting of the Ladies Class of the \! \ :
', Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. L. L. First Baptist Church was held ((Moore Haven Democrat)
Monday night at the home of Mrs.I
Spicer, Miss Florence Graham' and '
Tommy Leath, the son ofIrs.:: .
Miss Roberta Spicer were visitorsin W. R. Broaderick in. Sugarland C. S. Snyder and former residentof MRS. CHARLES BUTLER__.
West Palm Beach Sunday.Mr. Park .
I Moore Haven who entered the
After the transaction of business, ATLANTIC AVENUE::
I' U. S. Marine Corps several months
and Mis. Paul Broaderick I. the annual election of officers was i I
before the outbreak of war, has '
........-'" iIQ.- -r
: left Monday for their home inCharles'ton | held. Mrs E. M. Cornette was
:Y . .
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S. C., after" visiting for. elected president, Mrs. Arch Hodges
and Mrs. Ben Boltoii .:. : .:: iI.I.I.l'Ift't :rI' -......:.... .:' mN yp -
,, a week with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. II vice-presi iI :
V Broaderick and son, Harold. dents, Mis. E. E.. Kelly, secretary-
'4 I treasurer and Mrs C. M. Allen and : = ==== = ;===ll=l ,,

:;:;'Vi Mrs. J. H. Wilson, Raymond Mus. Herman Davis, group cap-

V, Padgett and their mother, Mrs.I tains. I' '. .- Yuve boi
;' Charles Moran of Can' Point Mrs. Broadeiick served jello and

V9.;;V:; visited Dan Padgett here the first I cookies to Mrs., Walker Nail, Mrs. !
: of the week. H. L. Davis, Mrs. Leon Bembry, :,:}! Tao

Mrs. E. E. Kelly, 2lrs.F.- E. ; ". I
I ..
Miss Nettie Pearl Rigsby of Chalker, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. H. ::: 1. "

Okeechobee arrived yesterday to Roath, Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. C. I. .. V ,
work at Riddle Field. She is stay- M. Allen and Mrs. H. C. Meador. /.-- ...

ing temporary with Mr. and Mrs. sTha.h
W. I. Lawson. LADIES AID

Mrs. Charles E. Butler left. Wednesday The Ladies Aid Society of the ,

Washington, .D. C., and I Community Church met at the'
will go on to Pennsylvania for a Community Center Thursday afternoon -

three weeks', visit with her par, : I I with Mrs. W. C. Owen presiding -
J : V ents. I Mrs. J. E. Beardsley had > -
charge of the program which included -
:. Jack Beach of Cleveland, Ohio, a hymn and scripture reading -

was a visitor in Clewiston this Central America Countrieswas .';'
'b week. :Mr. Beach, who was a the topic of discussion led by ,".
;' u partner in the A and B Bowling Mrs. C. W. Fuller, -who took her '.roS.' .,.

,, Alleys, lived here until a year ago. material from the study book, .!..,'.

Latin American Background.Mrs. .. .
fis V Sgt. Carl Hansen left Monday R. W. Turk was appointedto '.r 3 I

::7 for Fort Jackson, S. C., after visit- have charge of the book study ', t ;

';: ing his sister, Mrs. W. R. Broade- ,next week. There were reports of i ?04 a d 14a2cha
:V rick and family for several days. various committees given. The

Sgt. Hansen is being 'transferred to society Voted, to send a gift of I
Camp Lee, Va., to enter Officers' five dollars to the Children's Home .:- i a

l Training, School. ... Society in Jacksonville and to send ..:" .:

I s the annual box to a mission__n_____ station :
Mr.. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., Mr. in Puerto Rico. ALL "good soldiers" aren't in the army. For that term

and Mrs. Sandy Bell and Miss Eighteen memebrs were in at-. aptly describes millions of civilians who have accepted war's

Christine Bell spent Sunday in West tendance. inconveniences cheerfully. With all transportation strained
r' Palm Beach with Mr. and :Mrs. ,
Robert Deadwyler and their new KINDERGARTEN CLASS OPEXS i to the limit, and buses carrying peak loads, small incon-

baby daughter, Bobbie Nell. :Mr. veniences sometimes occur. We're doing our utmost to make

and :Mrs.:' Ned R. linger of Miami MONDAY, OCTOBER 26TH I travel as pleasant as possible, and later on travel as you

also visited them during the day. Mrs. Charles Butler has announced 'like it will return. In the meantime, the war effort comes

,, Lieutenant and :Mrs. Edwin O. the opening of kindergarten I ._ '. first. And to all America's "good soldiers" at home"we say. ,

Ward returned Sunday from :Miami classes beginning Monday, October I' sincerely: "Thanks for your patient understanding.
26th. Registration will be from 10
where they spent a week's I
till 12 on the opening date, and :
honeymoon. Lieutenant Ward left
V classes will be held from 9:30 till Miller Drug BEF
yesterday by train for Camp ORE
12 daily. Mrs. Butler is organizing
Pickett, Blackstone, Va. Mrs. Ward aNr TIt//
a class for three year olds and
\ and A. O. Ward accompanied him lh Wor E foA tOlJ
V: one for four and five year old chil- -> R Sff
V to West Palm Beach to board the 'tihTcgwuhr elJ S
:: > train. dren.An -- S Canal POint, Florida rk ADy ItGE Mr
advertisement in this issue ANCfAd
f.l:1'},, gives details of the kindergartenand
Mrs. S."- J. Yoder's father, J. J. of the tuition charges. Fur-

..::' Blosser, of Cleveland, Ohio, ar- ther information can be obtainedon _
rived this week for an extended the registration day.
visit with Mrs. Yoder and her
daughters, Mrs. Cecile Brooks
J F-506 200 Lines
Marian 'Yoder, Mrs. 'E. R. Blosser days visit, leaving this morning for

;,, accompanied> her father-in-law to St. Petersburg for a short .visit. be- .. ". ,
Clewiston and remained for several fore returning to Cleveland. i''

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SUNDAY | REMEMBER that every drop
Lesson rain that falls bears into
( the bosom of the arth a qualityof
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. beautiful fertility.-G. H.
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
) B. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Lewes.Oh .

fear not in a world like this,
PEEVE And thou shah Know ere long.
Lesson for October 11 Know how sublime a thing it is
To suffer and be strong.
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -LONGFELLOW.It .!
Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International: used by is better to say: "This one
permission. thing I do," than to say: "These
forty' things I dabble in."-
Washington Gladden.

LESSON TSXT Mark 2:14.17: ; John 6.66- The mind of the scholar, if he <.
69; Philipplans 3711. would save it large and liberal,
aV GOLDEN TEXT-What things were gainto should come in contact with oth-
me, those I counted loss for Christ.-
Phllippians 3:7. er minds.Longfellow..

: : :4I4i1h4..A Loyalty is undoubtedly one of the

finest traits of mankind. Becauseof
( V NU Service) : its strength, its fidelity to duty, Pull the Trigger on J
etc., shrewd men .have, learned to If
play upon man's loyalty, making it
serve.evil and ignoble ends. Constipation, with I
I All this does not change 'the fact
that there is a high and holy impulse Ease for Stomach too
in man to stand true to the ,

I 6 right; and in the Christian, to be When constipation brings on discom-
eT found ever loyal to the Christ, whosewe fort after meals,stomach upset,bloating,
and Faithin dizzy spells, gas coated,tongue, and bad
we breath,your stomach is probably"crying
I i'rc1 Christ (our lesson of last week) the blues" because your bowels don't ,
; is rightly followed by loyalty to Him. move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull

-1 ? I It manifests itself in three ways.I. .- the bined trigger with Syrup on those Pepsin lazy for bowels perfect, com-ease

Following. Christ (Mark 2:14- to your stomach in taking. For years,
17). many Doctors have given pepsin prepa- f
rations in their prescriptions to make
Without obedience there is no use medicine more agreeable to a touchy
talking about loyalty. When Jesus stomach. So be sure your laxative con- I,
said: "Follow me," Matthew (Levi) tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's I
Laxative Senna combined with ,
/ arose and followed. He was a sin- Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the I
ner (v. 17), a man of the despised Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
2 calling of tax-gatherer (v. 14), but muscles in your intestines to bring welcome -

he was ready for the call.of Jesus. good,old relief Syrup from Pepsin constipation.makes this And laxa-the
Notice also that following Christ tive so comfortable and easy on your -
carries with it the privilege and obligation stomach. Even finicky children love the
i (it is both) of making Him taste of thi pleasant family laxative. I
OH MISSO'FL/VSE-DD/ VDU SEE r DEAR CXDVENUSAND tERJlONS- Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna com-
known to friends. Matthew did
our bined with
Syrup Pepsin, as directed on
s THAT MOON not wait until he had made a new label or as your doctor advises,and feel
WAS DEWJE-ASI I WATCHED TT AW AND ON THE LOOKOUT FOR MAAJ.I LOVE circle of friends and then invite world'sbetter.GetgenuineDr.CaldweH's.
them to a feast. He celebrated his
SEE IT entrance upon the new life of faith Seize the Hour

M,.,(..., AGAIN/ SQWEOAi by a friendly and effective testimony The golden opportunity is never
before his friends who were publi- offered twice; seize then the hour

E cans and sinners. when fortune smiles and duty
.".' Notice the words of Jesus in verse points the way.-Old play. .....
B ,17. It is not good people, satisfiedin
their own self-righteousness, who

O get to heaven., It' is sinners, saved RHEUMATIC PAINWith
by grace, who will there magnifythe AFTER !
D Saviour's name. Nodules that will. Prove ItselfIf
you suffer from rheumatic pain i:
II. Faithfulness to Christ (John or muscular aches, buy C-2223 today :
T 6:66-69): for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $L '
,It is one thing to begin, 'but quite C-2223 at druggists. Buy a bottle 1
/S in well today. Use only as directed. Purchase I J
another to persevere doing.
/ V TONIGHT I SHALL WALK L flIllIlIll GOOD LUCK TO YOU "VENUS;' Jesus had been doing many miracles price refunded if not satisfied. 'I
li/ill/Il/ THEV and host of followers had flockedto
T I __ -* "HUNTERSE But now He had talked about a CHilDREN'sCOLDS

: MOOAJ/ broken body, about partaking of
t\ I His flesh and His blood, and they
did not like it. This reached too
N deeply into the necessity for a per-
: sonal spiritual experience, and one FOR DIRECT RELIEF from miseriesof
O that spoke of sacrifice, and 'many of colds-coughing,phlegm irrita-
the disciples "walked no more withhim" tion,clogged upper air passagesrub -
throat chest and back with
T11 ,
G (v. 66)). Vicks VapoRub. Its poulticeandvapor "
By Q 1T How perfect a picture of the "re- action brings relief without .J.J
ligious experience" of multitudes of dosing.
So\M .....
and in .
WNU Features. ( 1j( NICHOLS men women our day. ALSO FOR HEAD I
The true disciple, however, stands COLD "sniffles", -::., ,
truest in just such an hour. "We melt a spoonful '
believe," said Peter, and he spoke of VapoRub in
YOU VE SEE THE WHICH HAND 1 IS SHE better than ever before in his life. hot water. Then \\ I i

STATUE OF LIBERTY, OPOLDING ABOVE' HERo "We don't 'understand everythingthat's ,. have breathe the in child the ViC"S It I

P HEAD ( the thought back of "To steaming vapors.
whom shall we go?"), but we be-
9 lieve, and we will stand fast."

e,1ti Blessed word of loyalty! Snurt-Lived Friend

'{ Observe that Peter and his breth- The shortest lived friend is

o ren recognized Christ as the "Holy sometimes the one approached for
One of God," that is, God's Son in help ii i
a unique and intimate sense, One i I
t close to and participating in the II I

holiness of God. Loyalty' will not xYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM I
p hold on any lesser'concept Christ. '
There is no incentive to real service
and sacrifice in the watered-out religious -
faith of the modernistic liberal -
If you suffer from hot flashes, dizziness -
distress of "Irregularities", are
eu b ire$.A flradteete.laa III. ,Forsaking All for Christ weak, nervous. Irritable blue at i
due to the functional '
(Phil. 3:7-11). "middle-age" period In a woman's I
There were a number of things in life-try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- :
:,. THE OtJEWITH THE the life of Paul as a natural man table Compound-the best-known

j. :; TORCH IN of which he was justifiably proud, medicine especially you can buy women.today that'smade 'I 1
but which in the light of his relation- Pinkham's Compound has helped
';" >" ._..' : j ) 'T. ship to Christ paled into insignifi- en thousands to relieve upon such thousands annoying of symp-wom-
I cance. The best_this world can of- toms. Follow label directions.Pink-
''f :: fer looks like rubbish (v. 8)-which ham's Compound Is worth trying!
,; ,, :; t it really is-when one catches a i

-.-' A\k glimpse of Jesus Christ.
< However, that experience of WNU-7 40-42
Paul's was only the beginning of a
By ; life of devotion to the Lord, whichis .

J. Millar Watt expressed in words the depth of H HMay

I which we cannot fully plumb. What o i
does it mean to know "the power of .
his resurrection, and the fellowshipof "'"
his sufferings, being made com- Warn of Disordered
( liiREVEALED fortable unto his death"? We do Kidney Action
JWNU not fully know, but certain we are Modern life with lu hurry and worry
Irregular habits, Improper eating and
that it speaks of a fellowship with drinking-its risk of exposure and infec
Tripped Him Up HALTED Christ that is very deep and intimate of tion-throws the kidneys.heavy They strain are apt on to the become work
I "It's no use," said the director, ; a life of power, because He over-taxed and fail to filter excess add
"I'll have to get a new stenogra- lives in and works through the be- and blood.other Impurities from.the U1e- vinlr

pher." liever; a sharing with Him of the You may suffer nagging backache
hatred and bitterness of the world, headache dizziness, getting up nights I
P "Pity, said his colleague. "Miss leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired I
Faire seems a nice. obliging sort of yes, of death, if need be, for Him, nervous, all worn out. Other signs 1
1\-- of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes .
\ the assurance of resurrection.This I
girl. in too frequent
.. burning scanty or Ii
I ;t. "Oh, she certainly is. But she is an "all out" Christian experience urination.Try .
:I ...... held back, nothing Doan'i Pilli. Doan't help the
.... "" will keep interrupting me when I'm, nothing kidneys to pass off harmful excess body-
to be too difficult or trying:: had than half a. '
dictating to ask me how to spell thought waste.They have more
words." "I punctuated my tire the other everything gladly given in unstinted century of by public grateful approval.users everywhere.Are recommended '

"That's a great waste of time." day. love and devotion to Christ. Now Alk your neighbor! f'
"How did you discover her age'?" "I don't object to that," explainedthe "Punctuated? You mean punc the Christian church is languishingfor

"I asked her at what age a woman ,director, "but it looks so bad tured, I suppose." the want of those who will forsake DOAN SPILLSI

should" marry and, she promptly to have to keep saying I don't "Perhaps I do; but anyway, I I all to follow Him in complete
said :M. know." came to a full stop." faithfulness.

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Tommy Had Followed ,

The Cat Rather CloselyThe rrjJeAwhil

teacher was attempting to

explain the meaning of certain .

words to her class. She came to Sharpen ,needles with
Kitchen scales almost
' Break Away ,Backed OutPoliceInspectorGot emery are a
.. the word "sufficient. "I wonder if I .shall live to bea away has he? bag for longer service 'necessity at canning time. For

.. "Now she said brightly, "let' hundred." Did you guard all the exits? best results, weigh everything.
us suppose there was a cat here "Not if you remain forty-one Constable-Yes, sir; but we think he To wash nylon curtains *
and I gave it a saucerful of milk, much longer!" must have slipped out through one of squeeze Too much heat kills yeast. When
them in mild and
which it drank. Then I gave it the entrances. a soap water dissolving yeast for baking be
another saucerful and it drank it solution. Rinse in lukewarm .water -
( Sometimes a man spends years sure the liquid is'lukewarm, about
and roll in turkish towel to
all. But when I gave it a third seeking: the ideal voman. And in Should Improve a 80 degrees F.

ti saucerful it would only drink one- the meantime he gets married. "What aff you doing at the. uni- be remove ironed.moisture. They need not C .

half of it. We can then say that versity?" C Better results will be obtained

r the cat had had sufficient. ,Now, Quite a Bit at That "Taking medicine." from cookies which require roll-

Tommy, what is the meaning of "He boasts he runs things in his "Feeling better?" To pan vegetables melt two ing, if the, dough is chilled for sev-
sufficient?" house." tablespoons of fat for each quartof eral hours. (Even chilling them

"Please, teacher," replied Tom- "He does the lawn-mower, Said the sour old spinster: "All prepared vegetables in a heavy, overnight is not too long.) A thor-

my, who had been eagerly atten- washing machine, vacuum cleaner' men aren't cast in the same mold. flat pan. Add the vegetables and ough chilling enables the dough to
tive, "it means a catful of milk.' and the errands!" Some are moldier than others." cover to retain steam. Cook until be handled more easily.
tender, but not mushy.PREPAREDNESS.

Uncle } hilgtlyJ a ALL-BRAN FUDGE

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AMERICAN service men fighting -
Too Busy NarratingThe nation's battles over-
Every mother In the land.will want to
man who is always going to seas are making American Red bake these scrumptious cookies. Children -
jer embroidered on in lazy daisy do a lot of great things usually Cross clubs their favorite meeting will demolish a plate of them faa
stitch. A new mother will be ends by doing a few small ones. place during leave periods.The wink. Grown-ups rave about their"dl.fIerent"
to this set. taste and new crunchy tex-
proud own Red Cross clubs estab-
People Who use splendid gram- ture.They're made, of course, with the
lished in nearly all the major .
in conversation famous cereal Kellogg's AllBran.KELLOGG'S
Pattern 7379 contains directions for set mar seldom. say ,
; theaters
qverseas are open ALL-BRAN FUDGE SQUARES
illustrations of stitches materials needed. anything brilliant.
Send order to:. ; to the enlisted men of the United 3 squares un- 1 cup sugar
iwr tf your One may not do so well growing old' Nations in addition 'to Americans, sweetened % cup flour
but he need do .chocolate % cup All-Bran
gracefully, not it
f r r Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. grouchily. but the atmosphere of the clubs is % cup butter y2 cup nutmeats
vi 82 Eighth Ave New York typically American. 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
What is life to a dog in a neigh-
Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to borhood where there Such home country stand-bys as Melt chocolate over hot water and add
are no butter. Beat add and
eggs well sugar
cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. hotdogs soft drinks
cats? beat until light and fluffy. Add melted
............. and ice cream made the, American chocolate and butter. Stir In flour

Name ....................:.......... way, are regulars on theclubs' All-Bran, chopped nutmeats and fla-
But He Was hort of That voring. Pour Into greased pan, makinga !
Address ............ ................ I, bills of fare. They may be layer about one-third Inch, thick.
When Adam gave up a rib to obtained for a penny at,the snack Bake In moderate oven (375F.) about
create Eve, the result would bars which are open throughoutthe 20 minutes. Yield: Sixteen 2-lnclx
squares ((8 x Inch pan).
have been appalling if it had day.
Left -Right Handed been part of his backbone.The The clubs are staffed by trained

r,. expression,"The good die young" Red Cross workers with the accent -
Nature has arranged that the arises from a general belief that the upon competent American CAN'T BUYASPIRIN
brain shall be mapped out into wicked have more vitality and live girls specially selected for con-

definite departments, and overlap- longer. ducting an active recreational pro-

SErTI' ti v ping is discouraged. One part of "Gentleman" had a thousand gram in the clubs. The girls are that can do more for you than St.Joseph

your brain deals with the sense of definitions, and "gent" is just as attractive, too. Aspirin. Why pay more? Why accept less
smell, another with the sense of hard to define. Typical of the clubs in the larger than the St. Joseph quality guarantee?
World's largest seller at lOc 36 tablets
cities is '
the Red Cross Washington
'sight, and so on. Roughly speak- -
20c 100 for 35c. Get St. Joseph Aspirin.
ing, the right side of your brain club located in the Mayfair

governs the left side of your body, section of London. Here servicemen
and vice versa. Right-Angled Trees may use luxurious lounge
Quick of
By heredity and training you are, rooms, a dance room, and re rea- I comforting application Reslnot
right-handed? That that tion rooms where ping pong and
means American Indians used to make gives prompt relief
I the left side of your brain looks their trails by bending saplings billiards are the popular games.A from fiery throbbing.,

n after your writing with your'right with rawhide, says Collier's. Today large restaurant, capable of Its oily base soothes
hand. If the right side of your hundreds of these deformed, serving 600 men at one sitting, is parched skin.

brain encouraged your left handto trees, all with their main trunks maintained in.the,club, and dormi- RESINOL.
write as'well there would be bent at a right angle about threeor tories large enough to house 1,200
waste of effort. men are contained in the club and
four feet from the ground, still
People who naturally can write stand, especially in the Middle adjacent dormitories. For bed and

equally well with right or.left hand West, where they are found, in breakfast the Yank on leave in Failing Merit
Unsuccessful will
London 50 cents. He merit never
-the pays
7379 ambidextrous-are' seldom
some places, less than 200 feet
successful in life. I I apart. get a piping hot lunch and supper have'many followers, though ad-
CROCHETED mainly in double for 20 cents each. mirers may be found.Zimmerman. -

crochet this set, done in Shet- Prices charged by the Red .

land Floss, has stripes of dainty ON THEHOME Cross are below cost, the deficit
contrasting white flowers. They're ( being met through Red Cross

funds. Officials of the AmericanRed ''luJSufIeA?

FRONT Cross were reluctant to make j/
I UIyppn/ any charge for food or meals and aches and !pains ol

Laughing at Misfortune RUTH WYETH SPEARSNOTE did so only after Secretary of War 4 RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
Stimson requested that a nominalfee + \
NEWSPAPERS BOUND : The above idea was taken from for such services be made

We laugh heartily when our. fel- STRIPS TIGHTLY ARE WITH PADDED MUSLIN' BOOK of the series of 10 cent booklets since other United. Nations clubs

lowman slips on a banana peel and WITH COTTON BATTING I which Mrs. Spears has prepared for read- also charge.
AND THEN COVERED ers. BOOK 8 also contains Illustrations of
awkwardly falls. That laughter TO MAKE STIFF The Red Cross club program is
BACK several ways to fix up a kitchen; making
shows, basically, our resentmentat CUSHIONS FOR THE ; useful things from boxes and orange a new wartime service of the Red

any demonstration of the unusual COUCH I crates; ways to remodel closets; various Cross which was requested by the
c coupled with a comfortable awr.OLi toys and household conveniences. Send war department. Red Cross clubs
F realization that we ourselves are rQQ your order to: are the only ones operated for Large Bottled! urxceta IJ'I) ?-Small Size 60c]
outside the disaster. There is un- / Americans on foreign soil. AT III 6000 Bill STORES or IT MAR.nciipt prier
conscious brutality, therefore, in MRS. RUTII WYETH SPEARS All of the clubs in the larger 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville, ,Florida
laughing at the sight of a fat man STITCHING SECOND Bedford Hills New York cities maintain a Central Leave
chasing his hat in a high wind. MAKES A Drawer 10 Information bureau where servicemen

Higher up the scale of humor FIIISHFOR OUT Enclose 10 cents for Book 8. on leave may make inquiriesas Fortune's Whim

there is brutality in wit, which SIDE OFSEAMS Name................................ to what to see and do. Many of ,Fortune pays sometimes for the
almost always holds an elementof the club workers report. that the intensity of her favors by the
cruelty. Address.............eo....eo......... service men most of all want to shortness of their duration.-Bal-
HERE is a way to give an old
talk to American girls. They find tasar Gracian.
couch a new lease on life with
the Red Cross club worker a
style and comfort.
Start with 9i% yards of 36-inch- mighty attractive confidante.
SHAVE with; SHELBY Hot-Seat Throne Prepared exclusively for WNU.
wide cotton twill to cover an aver-
AND age couch and three cushions. ;; st.CO LDS

/lbgjJhPteftM1 Here a soft tan is used to matchone About 40 years ago, Emperor
I Outdid York I
of the tones in the rug. Seamsare Menelik II of Ethiopia ordered gulches .u.it

SHARPER accented with a second stitch- three electric chairs from Amer- LIQUID

BECAUSE ing, as shown. And there is no ica when he learned that electro- On October 8, 1918, the same 666 TABLETS

7 THEY'RE untidy slipping and sliding for this cution was the modern way to day that Sergt. Alvin" York killed COUCH NOSE DROPS DROPS. \)
!/J THINNER cover. The seam allowance around execute criminals, says Collier's.: 20 and captured 132 Germans sin-
double the top is sewn to the couch pad Much to his astonishment the two glehanded in the Battle of the, Ar-
single edgeor edgeManufadured with long stitches of carpet thread. that arrived in Addis Ababa could gonne, another American soldier, HOUSEWIVES: .*

The cushions are made to stand not be,used because they required Private Joseph Oklahombi a full-
4 far'o erect by using an inside core of electricity, which was not yet be- blood Choctaw Indian, likewise Your: Waste Kitchen Fats

and guaranteed by newspapers tightly bound together ing generated in his country. So captured 171 Germans singlehand- Are Needed for Explosives
Federal Razor Blade Co., N. Y. with muslin bands, and then pad- for years, he used one as a royal .ed in a battle near Saint-Etienne,
ded with cotton batting. throne. France. TURN 'EM IN! *


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with his tremendous responSIbili-I''I' many times have we read it and terest and: inquiry will be welcomed. NW14 and N%-NE4h Section{ 16,

PRESIDENT-ELECT OF ties, takes time from heard it? We can-"HELL"-We I, Township R'h-N\V 41 S? flange 32 E.: .. "
I % and ..N\VlA-S\V%, and
demeans the dignity of his office, ARE losing this war. I \ 4- %, Sectl n 22, Township
H So,. ...
to "dabble in politics." I I What are we going to do about NE%,Range andVJhSW14 32 E.; and NESWK %,-
,KIWANIS CONDEMNS We hear and read much about I I it? Take it on the chin lying I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? and SWJA-SE-SW, and

"price control," "ceiling prices" and ,i down? Not by a jugful. Let us N\VJ4 NE' -SWJ4-SEJ4-RJ % and Section ESE{ and

USUAL'By inflation. The situation in this i' here and now resolve that each Township H S., flange 32 E.: 28.

POLITICS AS country today reminds us of.a man Kiwanian in this club and all clubs, NOTICE OP APPLICATION FORTAX Section S1hNE1SW 32. Township%, ansEKwu 41 S., .
pumping up an automobile tube with very other American citi- DEED 'I 32E.; :
(SenoteDill Ko. 163)
Leon Hen- and SWft-NEU Sec-
W. C. OWEN outside of the casing. zen, advise our representatives in tion 31, Township 44 S., Range
derson Is hugging and squeezing I Washington that we know we, are NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That I I 32 E.The .
President-Elect Clewlston and even sitting ,on the tube, but at war, that we stand ready and Hay C. Hull, holder of Tax Certificate erty under assessment of the said prop
No. 60, issued the 7th said certificates issued ...-
Kiwanis Club keeps'pumping and inflation day of
the pumper anxious to do whatever is requiredof September. A. D. 1936. has filed same I was in the name of Unknown.
continues. Why not take us to win it, that we expect in my office and has made applIca- Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -

'Alt AND BUSINESS AS (JSUAIj'As the pump away? Why should this I them to come out in front with thereon.tion for a Said tax certificate deed to be embracesthe Issued I erty described according therein: to law.will the be prop-sold

bloc or that bloc or any bloc be definite policies and show determination following described property in house to the door highest bidder at the court
I allowed to keep the pump? Theanswer these'. the County of Hendry; State of. ,FlorIda the on the first Monday in
: far as we can find out from in pursuing poli- to-wit: month of November. 1942, which
"Politics." Those in authority -] is the 2nd day of November. 1942.
Observation and reading, almost cies, and above'all, forget about All Block 30 LaBelle. Dated this day of October.
\& 1342.:
"''every kind and type of business is haven't shown the intestinal "POLITICS AS USUAL." The assessment of the said prop- (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL.
buck I I erty under the said certificate issued Clerk Circuit
required to up Court of
fortitude -
affected by the present war. Business was In' the name of J. T. Murphy. Hendry County, Florida. \
men are facing the situation against a few well organized, selfish Too Late To ClassifyContinued Unless according said certificate law.shall the be property redeemed -- I October 291623IN

squarely and carrying on' under interests. I described therein will be sold '
adverse conditions. They, are do- There are some 135 million people to the highest bidder 'at the court \
in these United States, and we from page 4) V house door on the first Monday in THE COUNTY JUDGE'S .
ing those things which, from the the month of November., 1942, which COURT IN AND FOR HEX-... 4
information available to, them and venture that at least 50 millionare lose it as surely as have the peoples is the 2nd day 'of November, 1942. DRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
sound baseball fans. We further of many other countries.In Dated this 1st day of October, 1942. .
according to their own (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL '
99 % of these fans conceded sincere effort to solve the IN RE; Estate of ,
ment, are for the best ;,interest of venture I Clerk of Circuit Court of OSWALD F. SCHIFFLI. deceased.
the Nation and its people. the New York Yankees would state's vexing financial problem, Oct. 2, 9, Hendry 16, 23. County, Florida. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
outstanding win the World Se ies.of 1942,I your Governor and your Legisla- You and each of you are ,hereby
There Is' one execution I notified and required to present
-- -' large majority of fans ture have devised this plan to relieve any
to. the above policy. The business I and today a claims and demands which you, or
still believe that the Yankees are the tax burden and at the AOTICE OF APPLicATION either of you may have against the
: of "Politlcs"-qongress defers FOR estate of Oswald F. Schiffll, deceased,
until after the best and most powerful base- same time provide a means of pay- TAX DEED late of said County, to the County
legislation (Senate
important mil IVo. 163
ball team in existence. They lost ing our indebtedness in the form NOTICE IS HEREBY Judge of Hendry County Florida, at- I
: full well GIVEN That :
November 3rd, knowing his office in the Court House at
the series. of bond obligations for roads and J. C. Jackman. holder of Tax Certifi- LaBelle, Florida, within eight calendar
essential -
hat this legislation cates 142 of
1922 27 of 1924 4
; ; of
done their months from the date of the
arid inevitable. Outstanding leaders Every American knows that we I bridges. They have 1925; 114 of 1926; 482. 483 of 1927; first publication of this notice. Each
work and done it well. Now it 453 457.461, 571 of 1928; 306. 308,
claim demand
chosen to represent the people have more resources, more power 315 of 1929 or must_be in writing:
; 445 447 of 1932; 277 of
is sovereign voterto and must state the place of residenceand
to the
:fear they will lose a vote if they more ability, more nerve, more up you as 1933: 160 of 1935; 222 of '1938; 127. 129 post office address of the claimant -
'take a definite stand on vital'qu"es everything that it takes to win a assume your sacred duty as the and of 1939 has; has filed same in my office and must be sworn to by the i ..
citizen of and throughthe made application of a tax claimant, his agent or his attorney
but playing the game a deed to be
( ons. Further, the Congress war, we are. issued thereon. Said certificates or the same will become void according -
:is apparently unwilling to use its like the Yankees, while the'Axis ballot, make known your embrace in the'following' described tp law. :
wishes. the County of Hendry. This the 17th day of September, '
rightful authority to. provide I powers play like the Cardinals. State of Florida to-wit; 1942.
definite war policy and program. (With apologies to St. Louis and I Under the proposed plan, Flor-i.1 I SWU}y-NWU and and NEV4-NVVH and (Signed) E. E. KELLY i\
NW%-SE1s Section
baseball team for idians are offered an opportunityto 10. Administrator of the Estate of I
!:t seems reluctant to move until the Cardinal Township' 44 S.. Range 32 E.: Oswald F. Schiffli, deceased.
the President calls on it, and us- mentioning them in the 'same breath save a substantial amount in I I 'E-NW'.4-NW and NEB+- I Sept 24- Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22

his is with the Axis, but ,the parallel is their property tax, as its adoption _
Xially when he calls request II - - - - --- --
will make it to levy ad
be too apt.) unnecessary,
?or more authority to delegatedto w
himself. Even the President, "We can lose this war! how valorem taxes to pay the principaland '" Ii
I' interest of county road bondsor

special district road and, bridge

:!!t..1: bonds. It'sYOURfight
1 iw'f : : r, //c:1
It provides that two'cents .of 'the

I ij present gas tax be set aside each 'r. 7 L- %' f too l lf'"r I
CLEWISTONGOLF for the for the ,
j; year next- 50 years ykh4'T'l/.i.iWy. s, ++ a%
payment of road and bridge bonds,
I both principal and interest.. At h>+ v Y
:! t ; r ,. BUY U.S.
COURSE present, three cents is allocated for / 7d .

this purpose, but since the amountso
: :i: Z,4 UJflReonos 1
: 1I
;; pledged may be changed, increased 1. I

;: .; .:. t;" Public Invited ;' or decreased by each legislature .

: ,,",' :z: it represents an unsatisfactory yc :Yr

..:!. > ., ',1.,. ..zi and unstable condition, whereas r from income
:: .'.
'"t> 7 if such payments are stabilized
: '
z. ..
'o.t -' .: : I' .. and the entire indebtedness definitely '
y provided for. on the two-cent i OFFICIAL

X V basis for a 50-year period, both tax-j U. S. NAVVPHOTOGRAi"U

V payers and bondholders will benefit V 1 I
V while the state's financial struc 1I I

1_: Since you cannot drive tp the en.ture will be )materially strengthen- Between Sea Battles....-'E.L'....... :'I "r'"4'-Jo':If."'' ,

vi Every thinking taxpayer must

week-end surely realize that the burners or
beach for the get your federal taxation must of necessity I

i become increasingly heavy, therefore -

_ exercise and tan at the =*: I anything that will tend to I
4 sun I relieve local taxation during this '.-'''-.. ...
trying period is of utmost importance '-. .. r.
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'...=1, tzme : ". : Unfortunately, it is not possibleto
review all details of the planin QJ

.3 t: :;>,' :: __ this-column. but the voter will BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE :'
;: < find it. an easy matter to.fully
j- i' acquaint himself between now and SALES ,ALREADY THIS MONTH EXCEED $1,000 I

-r : ., ...... :. ..... the November election., At least 1
R-Lr', ,
,, ,..... .'. in each has
. one newspaper county
.!. p ,., .s. I I I
carried election
the required no-
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j."r'. .s' tice, and practically every paper I

has run or will run full and com- i

1 plete information. yvuss

y=: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP Should further information be

:!: desired, it will be supplied from
.Y.=1. DAILY :_ the Governor, the Secretary ofSta'te

.ti; y the Attorney General, or the

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