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 23, 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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1942-43 Sugar Harvest Season To Open On Monday

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BOURNE BRINGS New Squadron Leader I Of Labor

BOWLING BANQUET I! DR. At Riddle Field I Shortage May


Squadron Leader A.G.. Hill of

AUDITORIUM:[F PATENT INFRINGINGSuits Birmingham, England, arrived here
I --
Monday 'and will replace Squadron \I

Leader George Burdick as member) Elimination |! Sucrose Content of Cane

of the RAF staff /it Riddle Field. I
charging patent infringements -
Approximately seventy-five mem-I '
Hill, who was with the RAF For
Unusually High
bers of--the eighteen bowling teamsin in ,the production of sugarcane Tournament :
I during the retreat from France, has
the sugar corporation's recent were filed in federal court in been in this country for some time
tournament at the Sugarland Park I --- I i First'of SeasonThe
Miami Monday by counsel for Dr. having come here from Darr Field An- elimination I
alleys enjoyed the banquet at the
.Sugarland Park auditorium on B. A. Bourne against the Glenbee at Albany, Ga. He becomes the I started last night at the I II
third officer in this position since: United States Sugar Cor-
Bowling Alleys which will
Saturday night of last week.A. Corporation of Belle Glade and the I I
master of the opening of Riddle-McKay Aero be finished the latter part poration announced this week that
E. Oliver acted as Fellsmere Sugar Corporation in
College. Major Fanstone, the first week. the annual cane harvest would begin

ceremonies the team and captains called for upon a, talk.eachof Indian River County. II I I Squadron Leader was replaced by The group of some on Monday morning and next

Most of these talks were very brief Dr. Bourne, represented by At- SL| Burdick soon after the field ,trants has been Tuesday about noon the first car-

but all voiced appreciation and en-I torney Allen Clements of Miami, opened. I, flights, of eight men load of cane will be dumped into

joyment of the tournament and the charges that the defendants were Squadron Leader Burdick and I flight ,being chosen the crushers at the big sugar house

wish that another be held in the I engaged illegally in the produc- family are still Clewiston. pending average score made in 'in Clewiston for conversion into

near future. tion of three varieties of sugar his new assignment by the RAF. team tournament. There I I raw sugar.

Tables were, placed in the form cane which he discovered and reproduced ten flights and individual It is expected that the harvest,

of a large E and a delicious bar- and that these varietiesare will be awarded winners I I barring unforeseen weather conditions -

becue" supper of beef and pork with his exclusive property under REGISTRATION FOR There will be no I will be the greatest in the

all the necessary extras, for I patents obtained in 1936 and 1937 About half of the history of Everglades sugar production -

splendid meal was served. Small and sustained by action of the state I ed first round I .- The growing season for cane

metallic ten-pins were given as courts in suits brought by the Stateof I KEROSENE AND FUEL night and the other half has been extremely favorable with

favors to each one attending. Florida. The cane varieties were I I ish tonight. Thus with I II heavy rains coming in the late

4 At the conclusion of the talks discovered by ,Dr., Bourne during :I starters eliminated, it will summer followed by a dry fall ,

.Mr. Oliver presented large gold his employ by the State Experimental OIL OCT. 29 30 31'I i tie time to finish up the I which has caused an unusually high

trophies to each member of the Station at, Belle Glade and thestate I ment. A twenty-five cent sucrose content in the cane for the

Field smaller sought the right to the $2.00: beginning of the season, consider
winning team, gold fee is charged and
trophies to each member of the ents because of this pat-j I The local rationing board gives, I fense stamps will go to' I II 'I ably higher' than that shown at the

second place Commissary team and I The suits ask for both I notice that all users of kerosene 1,I in each flight. beginning 'of, the 1941-42 season.
third place trophies also of gold and injunctions restraining the de- I and fuel oil will be required to register -' i'I Tonnage is expected to be satisfactory -

and slightly smaller, to the Personnel fendant corporations from con- on Thursday, Friday and Sat- Five Selectees I, and, in addition, the government -

team. Fur-lined pots went tinuing to grow. the varieties. 'I urday of next week at the office of i I will permit the cutting and

to the last place Harvesters and The new suits bring to a total of the board in the, Hopkins Building. :: processing of every acre of sugar

the Doolittles who finished in next six started by Dr. Bourne within Wholesalers will register on Tuesday To Blanding cane which is now growing under

to cellar position were given leather ,the past ten days' and a half dozenor I and Wednesday. I the Sugar Act of 1937 without the

medals on :which was inscribed: more suits of a similar nature A meeting was held 'In Fort, forfeit of any benefits.
The local selective
"For Special Effort." Olin Waters will be filed in the federal courts I Myers Monday to acquaint ration: The greatest cause for worry' is
sent five selectees to
received a trophy for the highest of Tampa and Orlando .against cane clerks of the area with the proposed in the labor set-up and ,while
ing 'yesterday to be
single game score in tournament growers of those areas. rationing of these oils but Mrs.! enough labor> will be on hand to
I induction into the U. S.,
'I\1" competition and Sandy Bell received J Dr. Bourne Is vice-president in R. C. Nowling, clerk to the local: call 'was for eleven men I Oegin the harvest the difficulty of

a trophy for the highest individual charge of research: of the United board, failed to attend. However faired to report and one maintaining sufficient labor is
average for the entire'tournament. States Sugar Corporation and he those from other communities who, [ clearly seen by officials of the cor-
I the Naval Air Corps ,the
A special prize, a has granted the ,right to this corporation did attend said that the instruc-! was scheduled to report 'I poration. _

"bombsight," was ,awarded to to grow j.the varieties of' tions were ve-ry {indefinite ,and fur-, '. "As is ,the case/with allbusinesses
board here
s. '.,' ." Clarence Neilson n.:':j-vith, which, to seethe cane which*:Jte r &" patented. 1, ther instructions have "been,, expected -I-four were ,not-available.Wednesday. .. I today, ;-::we are expecting -, our
PI/' pins, while. '1>owlI1\ to arrive daily but so far nothingnew ;share of]' problem'incident to maintaining -
The banquet was followed by a has come through. Those leaving' were: I I the required 'amount of labor -
KiwanisDelegates j William]] K Collins ]) :
dance to ,which all corporation em- Sample blanks now at hand indicate for field work throughout the

ployees were invited and it wasone that the registration is only Lindsey Hale, LaBelle. harvest period," Jay W. ,Moran,

of the most successful of the many Report At Meeting I for those who use fuel oil and kerosene Oscar Shalton Luckey, I executive vice-president of the cor-

corporation dances held -at ,the au for home heating and for wa- Raymond, ,Ernest Shaw, poration said this week.
ditorium. The West Palm Beach ter heating, no mention being madeof
ton. "Indications ," Mr. Moran
The delegates to the district Ki- I are
orchestra which has played for I I wanis convention the first of last their use for cooking and Winfred Hammond continued, "that we will start on
many of the other dances wa illumination or for tractor' fuel..
week in Jacksonville'gave their of- fer from Zephyrhills, Fla. Monday 'with sufficient labor to
again on hand and the music wasr I' However it is felt that the ,I flow 'of
ficial reports at the'regul r meet- maintain a sufficient initial
tion will take registra-I Thomas Oscar
excellent. probably
I[ing 'of the local club on Wednesday well as the heating.If Naples failed to report 8)c I cane to the sugar house and it is
night at the Inn.Fragmentary expected that when the crops are
these oils are used for heat William Prior, an j I
Dr. Weaver Addresses harvested in the' areas north of us
reports, were givenat Riddle Field is reported
ing purposes it will be necessary I I additional labor will be availablefor
the meeting last week but at this to show the width, length and depth' enlisted in the Naval Air "
Local Parent Teachers the Everglades region.
meeting the three delegates, J. E. of each room heated and these fig- Wednesday.Of I I' the use' of mechanical
F Beardsley, W. N. Martin and W. C.
: ures should be obtained and be carried the group of. negroes harvesters this Mr. Moran
? Owen, divided the convention into I i I season
r with when registering. Blanding by the local
Dr. C. E. Weaver, county you I said, "For the first time in many
three and
I intendent of public I parts of each gave a detailed : Users of kerosene" are already I cently eight were rejected :years it is necessary that the cor-
account the
dressed the local super-I I times. proceedings being required to sign for each purchase -I were accepted with no I. poration put back into operation
during those Much informa- (
I and enough stamps will be transfers sent by other mechanical harvesting equipment.Six .
Association Tuesday afternoon at I
tion of interest and
help to the ,
taken from the books issued after cepted were: John of these units havebe'en reconditioned -
the school Dr. Weaver's
building. '
chief concern was some sort. of ed other club- members was thus ,pass-,''I'registration to make up for these Thomas Miller, Tolbert i and will start the har-
purchases since October 1. : Tommy Elton, James I
health program for the l local school. vest Monday. While this will
Squadron Leader A. G. Hill of A new ruling on -the gasoline I Cloud, Lynn Harris;
I He urged all parents who are financially serve to some extent 'as a measureof
I able to have their school I Riddle Field and N. C. Storey were ration act is to the effect that I Mack, Robert Chester. relief in the tight labor situa-

age children given a complete visitors at the meeting and Flight school teachers and pupils may obtain five of these were tion the number of mechanical harvesters -

;p physical examination by their Lieutenant G. W. Nickerson of C books for gasoline providingthey Clewiston negroes were I available will, handle the

) physician. He then offered his Riddle Field was taken in as a new haul at least four on ,each trip I,and the remainder harvest from not more than one

services to the P.-T. member. I made by the car. transfers. I of the twelve plantations of the
A. for the I ________________________ I -
examination of those children whose I (Continued on Page 8)

parents cannot provide this. He)i I

noculations urged that and each vaccinations child be given against in-I i CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS II I Two Homes Are Sold

diphtheria, smallpox and typhoid { During Past Week
and offered to obtain I
serum '
(Ed Note : 'Little attention is its
ordinarily shall be distributed monthly to the Legislature has brought
the state board of health and to do
paid to an off-year general counties follows: about whether not ,
as one part according or
this work at the school when arrangements I Announcement is made this weekof
election in Florida for there to area one part accordingto method of distribution for I
are completed for It. the sale of one of the new defense -
> are no exciting political races to population and the, third part tax might be passed and Pasadena Avenue
Plans for the Hallowe'en
Carnival arouse interest. Thus it is a poor according to the county's contribu- ties still saddled with a I I
to Mr. and Mrs.: B. J. Schroeder
were announced. The carnival will time for the nine, important con- tion to the cost of state roads and be left holding the bag
be held Saturday, October 31st, on stitutional this leaving only, one of the twenty-
amendments to be bridges prior to 1943. no other way to pay out I
I five houses still for sale.
the school
grounds. Various
before the
brought people unless valorem taxation. Granting
Then (1) each county's share have
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dilley
ments will be offered
; sup- concerted effort is
i a made
to benefit the bondholders
must be applied to that county'sannual
-- sold their home on Arcade Avenue
per, hamburgers, pies, cakes and i
arouse interest in these amend- also help county by
debt obligations for road
will west of the Sugar buildingto
on prizes will
ments and make the voters realize bonds ing them of worry about
and issued to
bridge prior Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin. It is
, I be given for the most original and
the necessity of expressing a choiceon ed indebtedness and will
1931 (2) needed new or recon: after No
expected to be occupied .
clever costume to a boy and girl
these changes
proposed in
the structed roads and bridges In each method of financing I vember 1 by Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
+,. ,in the pre-school age group; a boy state constitution. We hereby attempt county would be financed 'by this for the next iffty years.In .
jr. and girl in grades 1 through 4 and Thompson.
to give a brief of estimation this is
I I summary county on a basis of 80% to the our Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rogers
a boy and girl in grades 5 and the amendments and our own personal the MUST amendments I I
State Road for in
of the
I use are planning to buy one new
above. Mrs. C. E. Berner is
gen reaction to them. in I I
Study most important one
and 20
county % the county of defense houses in the
eral chairman of the
carnival and them carefully and be sure to vote"Yes" : If make a
announced plans and'committee for local roads; (3) surplus group. you I I northwest section of town and the
ap- or "No" on Nov. 3.) to vote YES to
funds if to be in
pointmeats. any placed a I I deal will probably be closed very
,. No. 1 "Gas Tax Amendment"This amendment it will) be
' First grade mothers were hos- sinking fund, and may be investedin shortly. Mr. Rogers accepted a
amendment other counties' and districts' road the trouble. offices last
tesses Tuesday and served punch provides that I I0. position in the city
and cookies after the beginning the first of January, bonds through tax anticipation cer- week.
Method of
:\ 2 Shorter
tificates bearing not 3 I
Mr. Turk showed a film, The 1943, and continuing for fifty over per .
, r Louisiana Purchase, one of the years, .two cents of the state gasoline ..< cent interest. The State HOME BURNS
; visual education films on they tax shall be placed monthly in There is some argument that If three-fourths of the I

school's regular schedule, prior to a State Road Distribution Fund. this amendment is' another "grab"for of each House of the The home of W. H. Adams in

the meeting.Did The Governor as Chairman, the the bondholders and that coun- vote that an emergency South Clewiston was completely destroyed -
'State Treasurer and State Comptroller ties which are paying their way requires an early decision 11 by fire one night last week,

you know that you will prob shall constitute a 'Board of out of the bond muddle satisfac- voters, and if three-fourths only a few household goods being

ably eat less peanuts next year as Administration to manage, control torily as some counties have done members vote for an removed. The cause of the blaze

the present' crop Is seriously cur and supervise this Fund to apply .since 1931 stand to gain little by to the state constitution was not learned and the loss was

: tailed due to an acute shortage of, to Road and Bridge bonds issued its passage. One must remember, I with such an emergency, a at least partially covered by insur

farm labor? prior to July 1, 1931. The money however, that each session of the (Continued on Page, ance. ,



Appears the Little Chap THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

Was Just Having Sum Fun! .' .. .

Qod made the, .st *.r-

The father, who had made a hun shies for u's

practice of helping his young son //5VGRANVILLE CHURCH The ,

with his arithmetic problems from .. / W.M.U(.SERVICE f'/: singing trees a nd
school, took the little fellow to hills and lakes
Jeff Curtis and When that bend ahead, His fell a typewriter. Seiz-
him Sunday. THE STORY SO FAR: you'reach up eye on
with a
arrived trifle late the his wife Lee, are already on their wayto wait for us there."Meanwhile ing a piece of paper, he rolled it OF course He.mosquitoas rnWE!., ,
They Tlerra Libre when he receives a note Esteban will set me into the machine and began to punchout too ---
already an-
minister having ,
not to '
from Zora Mitchell warning them a note
nounced the opening to be Libre down at that hill opposite. I'll climbto : Bot.e.ve.rybody mke.tnlst.k
song cohie. When they arrive In Tlerra "Jerry. You've heard of Zora .
sung by the congregation. They they find both Zora and her husband the highest point, get some pic- Mitchell and Bill Henderson withouta
found their seats and hurriedlysat dead. It Is Mitchell's Job as chief engineer tures for further study, and come doubt. s. .
Convinced of here
down, as the clergyman said: for a fruit company that Jeff has down the other side. The launch danger rieAe.y
but don't
know what it is. Old Man
'Ten Thousand Times Ten Thou: been called to fill. Later Jeff's friend will pick me up, then we'll cross
Moore has file
Bill Henderson Is also killed, and Jeff confidential on every
sand.' Two hundred and twenty- and get you. Is that clear? a, oM
suspects his employer, Senor Montaya, one of consequence in Tierra Libre.
two. Everybody!" of murdering him and the Mitchells be. Emilio fumbled with the flags. Hates to give out but I must know 1

The little lad seemed puzzledfor cause they had found a clue to the "But Senor Montaya gave me all I can about Montaya. Make himspill

a moment, then nudged his strange things going on at the planta. strict orders-" to you, and meet me at River-

father. tion. Other sinister figures are the company "Of course; of course," Curt interrupted bend about nine Saturday night. Hiring -

"Dad," he whispered, "do we chemist Dr. Tocnjes, and the flyers impatiently.' "He told me, Collins, no chance to talk to him WNU Features.
have to work out this one, too?" Ryden and Lannestock. A U. S. too. That's for where there could yet. C. -
Army plane Is forced down, but Senor
Montaya does not appear alarmed ny be danger of attack such as came He cast about for an envelope,

the presence of the army men. Jeff and to Mr. Mitchell. There can be no found one, sealed and addressed his S'

r..tan.eradle.t4.RJlhU K.!..,..!. Lee discover that their housemaid is spy- danger here. Come, we'll have to message. A
Ing on them. Now Jeff is talking to a get going if we're to get back to The native. timekeeper had been ?

l4xlftw man named Collins. camp by dark." staring at him throughout all this, PE fRO

I;: 9.: : NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY He hustled Emilio, still protestingand half in amazement,. half in resent-

blackly' reluctant, off along the ment. Curt asked his name.

CHAPTER XIH shore line, jumped back into the "Rafael Diaz, Senor." For colds'coughs,nasal congestion,muscle
GIVE "Bueno Rafael said Curt. "Tellno aches get Penetro-moderamedicationin a
down the oth- ,
launch, and was set on mutton suet base.251.double supply 251.
YOUR The man's eyes veiled suddenly. er shore. As the launch boy headed one about this. See that Senor

2olt Curt flared. upstream for the ,rendezvous, Curt Mclnnis gets this as soon as possi-
took look behind him. He couldsee ble. Phone him to come here. Putit "ReallIeatAccording
IkS CHILD "Well make mind whether one
up your
Emilio watching him. in his hands yourself. Under' to Sir James Jeans,
to trust not. I can't man- was
me or if
stand? matter the size of a pea were
this cold-relief used when tete-a-tete often. You'refrom Curt was now in somewhat familiar -
age a very
As Curt made off ,at a trot across heated to 50 million degrees, the
the Canal Zone. And drink territory. On this bank rose
you the clearing, to disappear under the interior temperature of the sun, it
about much I do. Your considerable hill thickly covered
as a
as gen-
QUINTUPLETSCATCH banana "plants, the timekeeper, note would burn'up all life within a ,
eral needs to be A
appearance" ex- in one hand, money in the other, radius of. 1,000 miles. r to
Curt dared little
plained. a guess-
shrugged his shoulders, muttering,
work. "You camein through Sole-
"Locos todos locos, Americanos.
COLDWhenever dad on the destroyer that" called Siempre tienen prisa ." (These Acid
there a week ago Monday!
crazy Americans, always in a hurry -
the Quintuplets catch cold- A rigidity in the other convincedCurt .) many Doctor do for it
their chests, throats and backs immediately he was right. ,He went on."You've When
are On his way back to the river Curt execs stomach dd cause gas aotiritomach
rubbed with Musterole. So or heartburn, doctors prescribe the fastest-acting;
built yourself into a thought of his sweat-sodden shirt. medicine known for symtomaric reHel-medicines
Musterole must be just about the BEST :
e like those in Bcll-ani
Tablet No laxative. If
cold relief you can buy! tramp by sleeping in old clothes and 1' iIdiwrzJ(11' He ripped it off as he trotted and very first trial doesn't prove Bell-ana better return your .
Musterole such wonderful skin ( W bottle,to u* and get doable your money back, 2Se. w
gives results not shaving for ten days. Your ( let the breeze he created nearly
, because it's MORE than just an Isn't used to beard it itches. You
ordinary "salve". It's what so many a iL1 dry it by the time he reached the
Doctors and Nurses call a modem counter- keep scratching your face. But you hill, when he put it on again. It

irritant.helps break up local congestionin couldn't resist the comforts of a would still show wet but that could BUNIONS

upper bronchial tract,makes breath- clean body. You got those bleary be accounted for by his exertions
ing easier, promptly relieves coughingand 1
tight,sore,aching chest muscles due eyes from going without sleep, and 1 along the river. Get this quick relief.Lift
to colds.-Get Musterole today! that hungry look from doing without I He saw a brilliant orchid in bloom, cushions hoe pressure, soothes

IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild. food. For about two days,. huh? + I II an epiphyte fastened to a slender pot. Cost the but sensitive a trifle.Comparing. ...
Regular and Extra Strength. Three days? The whole thing's a iI dead tree limb within reach. It

build-up. Why?" was one of the "butterfly" orchids 1 tt i 1 .

.. Collins gave in. Lee wanted, and had two three-foot ,: r
"I needed a good background. Mc- candelabra branches covered with

Innis[ says I can trust you. I think '/ dozens of small bright ,yellow Taxes ..-

so, too, first judgment. It's 'a long blooms, like butterflies alighted. Today in the United States, a --

story, and ICan't even give it to you. Here was his excusefor lost time! married man with two dependentspays

Happiness in Work All of it, anyway. I'm asking you, Curt put on the, rest of his act a tax of $12 on an income of
fellow American he empha- with deliberation. He studied the
as a ;
Get your happiness out of your Ill I $2,500. In England, a man, similarly
sized the words "to shore the hills be-
: give me a job. 1I opposite rising
work will know what situated $530 or 44
or never
you I! want to get established here." i 1 hind, put away his field glasses, took pays ,
:Teal happiness is.-Elbert Hub. I / IIr times as much.
':bard. Steps mounted hurriedly to the his pictures, then fought his way

door in the outer room. The door through the undergrowth down the

I snapped open. Curt picked up the hill to meet the launch. ?

application blank;..Collins had been r "It was some "time you were gone I ,W/IuJSu/ItA ..

AFTER GET RHEUMATIC PAIN working on, and was studying it as from view," said Emilio, when at aches and pam of -

Emilio entered, black-browed. last picked up. The man was jit RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
With a Mulleins that will tint Hull "I worried. You had diffi- ,
If you suffer from, rheumatic painor "Everything is ready," the native tery. ,
muscular aches, buy C-2223 today announced hardily. 1 culty?,
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. Curt looked "Okay. We'll "Some," admitted Curt. "But
C-2223 at druggists. Buy a bottle / this, is what lost me many minutes.
have to hold it a few minutes. All
today. Use only as directed. Pur- i My wife wants an orchid collection.
right, Collins, he snapped at the yrNx
chase price refunded if not satisfied. --- .1 She had one when we lived here be- +w.ar
ragged man, "it so happens I do
He could'see Emilio was watchinghim. fore."
need men. I'll. give ou a try-out,
Curt exhibited the plant"with such
but you better be as good as you say
real pride that it appeared to satisfy r
ft UI"Superllcla1 you are. You can go up to camp with a jungle of trees, lianas, un Emilio and the man fell into Large Bottled[ ntttbaiwO'lzo-SniallSize! 60c|

'.If n SII Externally with me now." dergrowth. Because of the hill, Fin- sullenness. IT III GOOD DR0G STORE If IT tUlt..tulip il Fits f '

Caused He looked the man over with.dis ca Urana, the Associated's farm, narrow-eyed MCNEIL DRUG co,inc. .
RELIEVE the stinging itch-allay. taste. "First, go to the next room didn't touch the river at this spot. "Well, I'm through here, said" 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville, Florida

e irritation, and thus quicken healing and take off those rags. Get under Curt plunged into a path used by Curt, tapping the camera. "Let's go. ... \

Begin to use soothing Resinol today. the shower and 'I'll find you the women of the farm laborers They picked up the flags Emilio
had planted-in his pictures they Happy Task
some clean clothes. There's a razor when they came to the river to wash
mark 100-foot intervals The happiest' in
would person any
in 1
bathroom. Get those
clothes. He picked up a mule trail '
though this was no more essential group usually is the person' who
whiskers off: And hustle it up. at,,the edge of the banana planta-
to Curt than the pictures. But the is doing the most to make others
Scarcely a word passed on the tion, broke into a trot. this
had worked. During process happy.
chugging trip to the 'levee camp. Banana farms are laid out evenly, ruse
Curt also hunted a couple more
rn1O/Now Esteban, the Carib launch boy, sat the "bits" planted twenty feet or so orchids to bolster his excuse for

Less than at his controls and stared straight apart. The plants grow rapidly, the delay across the river.
: ; ahead. Emilio sulked.As shooting up suckers, of which the
proceeded to eat lunchin
Then they
for Collins after allowed to remain t r t
a few minutesf strongest are afternoon a
the boat in the lengthening
(h: lTefieijc ,Ij Ijw Ii that stare he simply turned his and each single plant eventually becomes shade of a stand of,mangroves. '"

() back on Emilio and ,gazed at the a ring of plants, like a bed Roots' of these trees: sprouting from Is the SURE DEATHEXTERMINATOR
I'.,,1'. river's edge slipping by. Collinswas of gigantic cannas. Their.long broad branches in midair, had taken hold in the ,.,t,
'fii I' a far stretch from the tramp leaves meet twenty to thirty feet in the river bottom, making a nat ALL-OUT VICTORY

rW.lr1t .)f an hour ago. In spare shirt and overhead, allowing only scattered ural awning against the sun. Effort on Your Part to

: a dose breeches Curt kept on hand in his rays of sunshine to reach the earth.A Perched on a branch not far from Kill Rats, Mice and Cockroaches

0ffx'' 06 Use only as directed. Tempujo quarters, Collins showed banana plantation is' a lovely, the launch, a noisy kiskadee jawed and Conserve Health and Foodstuffs

- jp a tall, rangy, athletic person.Monahan's peaceful spot-if one has the timeto incessantly.: Esteban, the Carib, 35e and 51.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS
I shift was coming off enjoy it. "
called it a "heet-gee-gee. At firstit
duty as the launch made the levee It was along such a lane, hot, the was merely annoying, but before

camp's landing. Curt took Collins air still, that Curt trotted. If all the meal was finished the bird had HOUSEWIVES: *
ashore-under Emilio's well he could to the
watchful eye went get, farm- become a definite nuisance.
-and while the cook of Urana and back to the riv- Kitchen Fats
camp was replenishing house Curt pulled his pistol, took aim," Your Waste .

the lunch basket, he er in thirty to forty, minutes. He fired. His brows shot up in aston- Are Needed for Explosives
7aeLl 0'9 turned the'man over to Monahan. would have to explain this lapse of ishment! .(1 1

"Put him on a drag this after- time, but he'd worry about that There had been no kick when he TURN 'EM IN! '

hoon, Slats. You can tell one wayor later., squeezed the trigger, and the bullet -

ADVERTISINGADVERTISING another about him by the time Out of breath and sweating heav- expelled without force, made a

[ get back this evening. Luck, Col- ily, he reached the farmhouse. His curious arc and plopped harmlesslyinto \VNU-7 42-42

lins." khaki shirt was,dark with perspira- the water.

Curt left his musette bag in camp, tion.There He ''tried another shot, but with
went briefly into the few questions was only a native time- the same result. Then he removedthe o

accumulated since he was here two keeper in the farm office, which clip and examined the remain-

represents the leadership ofa days ago, then took off upriver was the ground floor of the two-story ing bullets. They seemed to be all

again. house, while another mozo was rak- The brass shell case from
nation. It points the'way. There were three of them this ing, the corral. He looked up, the first shot had ejected over the And Your Strength and a

We time-Curt, Emilio, and the Carib amazed, at the stranger who appeared side but the second had fallen into Energy Is Below ParIt
merely follow-follow ,
to launch boy. out of nowhere, but Curt may be caused by disorder of kidney -
the boat. function that permits polaonoua I
new heights of comfort, of They reached without incident a gave him no chance to put his curi- Curt picked it up and examinedit. waste to accumulate. For truly many I
above the C. A. T. into He took the people feel tired weak tad miserable I
spot holdings, osity words. initia- Undoubtedly it was from the ,
convenience when the kidneys fall to remove excess II'
happiness.As past the point where the Rio Negro tive. same lot as the rest of the clip. acid and other waste matter from the 1

levee made an elbow to join the "Donde esta hoy el Senor Mcln- Suddenly he noted that Emilio's sul blood.?You may suffer nagging backache I

time goes on advertis- first arm of the Quebrado range. ms?" lenness had' disappeared, that the rheumatic pains, headaches, diu.in.ea.gettin .

ing is used more and more, Here Curt had the Indian pull the "Creo que fue al Tigre, Senor." native was eyeing the proceedingswith Sometimes up frequent nights leg and pains scanty, welling.urina- I

launch in to the south shore. Then Curt went to the old wall phone a dead-pan countenance and tion with smarting and burning u another r" 1

and as it is used more we he put on his carefully preparedact. and turned the handle sharply. The completely indifferent eyes. the kidneys sign that or bladder.something U wrong with I,

\ all profit more. It's the He appeared to deliberate. bell in the box tinkled. The thick The bird meanwhile had merely There should be no doubt that prompt pee V I''
way "Very well, Emilio," he said at soft voice of the exchange treatment is wiser than neglect. Use l.
at each
opera hopped a couple of steps Doa,.', Pills. It Is better to rely on a I'
j advertising has- last, "here's our program. I want tor answered. shot and was still jabbering its rauc- medicine that ha won countrywide approval I''
' you to pace off the shore line and "Ring Finca Tigre." He waited. ous notes. Curt snapped home the known.than Doan't on have something been tried less favorably and teat- 'to I

of bringing a profit io plant these flags every forty steps. "Senor McInnis there? How long clip, tried a third shot. Another ed many yean. Are at all drug stores.

everybody concerned, .Be sure they can be easily seen would it take to bring him to the dull thud. So he shrugged, rehol- Get Doan today.DOANSPlLLS.

the from across the river. This won't phone? Oh?" He thought a moment. stered the automatic, and said,

consumer included be hard to do, with the river'now at "All right, thanks, won't wait." He "Huh. Bad lot of ammunition."

alow mark, though you may have to hung up. He. couldn't,.". risk half an Nothing more. .
use your machete on small brush. hour. _- TO BE CONTINUED

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Jumping 40,000 Feet I OUR COMIC SECTION I II

How to jump 40,000 feet and live

was explained by Lieut. KennethE.

Penrod of the Wright Field ? PETER When sponging a piece of dark

army laboratories and reportedby B. woolen material use 'a sponging
Pathfinder. What kills during I cloth made of dark wool.
high jumps is the mere act of PEEVEMOUSE 2p 1 h I *

breathing. In the stratosphere the Keep sweet potatoes spread out
air is so thin (lacking oxygen) so they will not touch if you xJon't

that a man breathing normally l J 1 want them to become soft. and
r will lose. consciousness in a few s. rotted.

seconds, and life in minutes.A J .

flier opening his 'chute at 40- Whole cloves will answer the
feet will take 24 minutes to
000 I same purpose as moth balls when
reach the ground-and enough of ( sprinkled through stored clothing.
those minutes may be spent in the 11 *

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O In bringing us buying Information,as .TE AROUND TO US.
to prices that are being asked for a
what we Intend to buy, and as to the AJOW WATCH/ ; 0 t COLDS
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i It Is a good habit to form,the habitof G )/t t w yf ill 6 (5 (5 NOSE TABLETS SALVE DROP

consulting the advertisements every COUCH DROPS
time we make a purchase, though wo By
have already decided just what we SAM NICHOLSWNU
want and where we are going to buy Features.
===-== It.It gives us the most priceless feelingIn -
the worlds the feeling of being =
I adequately prepared.O YOUR Ic
When Into I I .
we go a store prepared The amateur actors were rehears: 1
beforehand with knowledge of what Is ,.
offered and at what price,we go as ..t ing.Mrs. = =
Jones required to kiss ,
an expert buyer, filled with self-confi ,, was The manufacturer or ::
r ; Mr. Smith, and as they arrived at :: merchant who advertises ::
dence.Is a pleasant feeling to have, r
the feeling of adequacy.Most of the 3 that particular incident Mrs. Smith E makes public the E
,' <-4 __ = fact that he wants =
unhappiness In the world can be tracedto 3; appeared. nn your
'". "Oh exclaimed Mrs: Jones "I = good will. And he realizes ::
a lack of this feeling. Thus adver- .... ,
.., "I knew that man when he didn'thave that the
:;: :: only ::
tising shows another of Its manifold hope, dear, that you don't mind my way
dollar he could call his own.
I- a = that he can keep it is =
facets-shows Itself as an aid toward kissing your husband! like this? by giving ,good values
; making all our business relationships "Were you wearing a new pairof "Not at all, darling," was the icy "Yes. He has gotten more nerve and services. -
: % more secure and pleasant. shoes last night?" reply. "I don't mind in, the, least- about calling things his own thane

"No, that was me squeaking.". if,he doesn't" used to:have." I ,



harried- services should lose no time in see- a dangerous and important mission i seems to think the Aviation En'

The Clewiston News ,That they'd quite enough to ,do- ing that the local American Legion and has worked hard for I gineering branch will be the one to
But between those airplane battles committee,. Jim Beardsley, Barney many months to qualify himselffor I I:which he is best suited. .
Thomas and Kit Bowden,, have the it. Best wishes, Jack, for the .a:;
a boat or two.
would pot
every They I
Published Friday In Clewiston, and military addresses of best of luck
Florida, by' the CLEWISTON NEWS, VII. these names lads. The Legion is making Two Seminole Indians I
TDC. and a cruiser
One destroyer plans to send a carton of cigarettesto The Air Corps reminds us alwaysof
in the bout Make 47 Mile
They sent under JourneyTwo
Editor each as a Christmas reminderthat Coburn Moore, who enlisted :
KEATHLEV that stuck its nose in
And a
the Legionnaires and folks the air corps and' said nothing
"eightnineten'and out!
Got the about it to outside his family -
back home do not forget. anyone Seminole
matter other warships gathered Indians made a-
mall when
second class Then
Entered as in
until he had succeeded flying
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In The News is cooperating to the 47 mile journey, part of the way
Florida,' under the Act of all names and and knew he was In "for keeps."I I
Clewiston. through
of furnishing water and
Just to verify the score, extent I i soft mud ruts,
March 3, 1897.Subscription Coburn is co-pilot of a 'bomber,
The Marines would up and paste addresses of the boys we have. to bring a truck load of scrap iron
.. and
he and his grou'p have been
--- there are many to add
'em They are many, but to LaBelle's fast growing
Rate ,::.00 Per Year. Besides these boys move transferred from camp to camp in collection.
"Any more? more.
With a
the United States until it seems
Advertising Rote On Application. VIII. sometimes and the News isn't notified They were Johnny Cypress, who
for a few weeks. It, won'thurt almost that they are on a tour. It speaks the white man's tongue with
days it took the JappiesTo I
Fourteen is all with no doubt.At .
.correct and
in the ease and ,
to turn Henry Osceola who knows
Devoted to the advancement and wel- crush low the valiant band, present, Lieutenant Moore is
latest address of every boy. nothing of English.In .
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. And it cost 'em losses greater in Kansas City, still with the am-I
expenseof the
will save the Legion truck which came through
Than in vast engagements grand- bition to fly a bomber over Germ-
to the wrong from the Reservation ,
sending cigarettes were several
but forages
Well, they're I
address, so won't you-all of you any or Japan. old tires and parts of old machin-
MEMBER I 1--see that this is done and AT ery and iron wheels. Johnny said
FLORIDA.PRESS< ASSOCIATION Bright the memory will blaze ONCE. Time is essential, as some Home for the day Wednesdaywas I he would bring In about 1,500
NAnOOAL EDITORL\LASSOCIATIOO 19-U J -t) I Of the Devil Dogs of DevereauxAnd 1 of these lads are farfar"away, T. M. Waldron, Jr., "Mutt" to pounds more of old iron to help
of Wake's fourteen days! and the entire order has to be most of us. In the navy for onlya "smash the Japs." All this was .
placed together in order to get it short time, Mutt has been for- collected on the Reservation.

ing One registrations of the most yet confused is that for ration fuel] ................................................................................................!o..... done. Don't delay;: Air tunate Base to be in stationed Miami. at His the work Naval is Tommy Leath Capture

oil and kerosene next week. There's, Checking up on these lads we in the Personnel division, and( is 1

little information to give now and find that Jack Moorman has what directly under the chaplain. Muttis Is Said To Be Error
rationing boards are beginning to With seems to us one of the choice spotsin pleased with the assignment,
''real which was at his request, 'since it I
be skeptical about 'getting any 'any man's army. Jack is Staff -
instructions before Tuesday.We .Sergeant, and that is the highest is along the line he has chosen (Moore Haven Democrat) .
ranking non-coniniissioned officer, for his life work. He is doing well The report of the capture of
learn this morning that the a| Our Boysin and is in the Army Air Corps, I in the Navy, is well satisfied, and Tommy Leath by the Japs in the

Japs did get 'one of Doolittle's :where he is a qualified bombardier, has the contented spirit which Solomon Islands where he was in-
bomber crews in spite, of the efforts a qualified navigator, and is train- makes the folks back home feel service with the U. S. Marine Corpsis
that have been made to have' us theService ed in the most important work of mighty good. about their boys in believed by his mother and stepfather A'
think differently since the raid took repairing the bomb sight. If you service. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Snyderof
place. "Too little and too late" can find s. more valuable man than I I Stuart, to be in error for they-
may also be applied to the war that, we'd like to hear from it. Bud Vaughn writes his mother I have had letters from him dated
news we get and we'll soon refuseto I Every man has his spot to fill and from Richmond, Virginia, with the I August 24, and September 2 in
believe -anything that we hear: Q important as Jack's is, we doubt news that he was assigned to an which he said that he was still
not that it will be well filled when Aviation Engineering Batallion, okay. *

Attention is called to the resumeof ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..: his turn comes. And Jack is chafing following tests in which his proficiency Mrs. Snyder is listed as the next
the nine constitutional amend- I at the bit now, because he is at mathematics stood him in of kin and feels that she would be .. .
ments starting on the front page Parents and friends of local !jin Walterboro, South Carolina, instead I good stead. Bud has found Rich- notified first in the event .
this week.' The comments are our boys who have entered our armed II of overseas. He has chosen mond cold and quite muddy, but he thing did happen. so"e'I'I
own and" we- don't expect everyone -. I II I
to have the same opinion we I

express. But we do hope that,every i -_,,, '
consider all of I ,.;, .
will seriously
voter I ; : ::\n: }{ ,.. .
,,. .. + ,; : ,2< : r>,:,f, : i
them and vote for or against them 'kr.C r< '+,4' r y c;>R.t ;

on November 3. $1 '.
>ti r.

The harvest of another bumper

crop of sugar cane in the Florida 11 .
Everglades will start Monday morning .
with a shortage of labor fac-, fyx

ing the cane growers for the first I

time.' Perhaps it isn't so severe .,'::
here as it is in other sections for )
the harvest of other agricultural

crops but it may become so and : IX;C
it isn't inconceivable that labor

may soon have to, be'drafted: to take -,

care- of the ,ha vest) .;: } __'_: :, ,:';!. Il::; '\.:''i";, p.'. '
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.' A Saga of WarThe

faith with the South '
Devil Dogs of Wake, > we kept

In New York Sun, Dec. 31. 1941I. .t.
'Midst the stirring tales of valor 1*1 ,,; ,

And the memories that last II ; '(Southerners< are in the middle of the many of our men have enlisted in the.. r
Famed in U. S. song and story ":>::' .,
\ .
In Up our with land's Bunker historic Hill past-and Concord, I II :fight on all the fronts of the world. Army, Navy and Marines, we at the .;A. '

Eminence the deed will take, I Wherever our Armed forces go into .same time must produce more because
Of the Leatherneck defendersOn tit

the little isle of Wake., action hanging records of former competitors have -
II. It I our boys are up many our t,

Lexington and Saratoga, that make us all mighty proud'of them. abandoned this market and are now
Brandywine: the Alamo '. ; '; : : ',
These are names to speed the'heartbeat .- 11I- And here at home too, Southern men devoting all their efforts to serving their .c-
And to keep the faith aglow; I :r and women are carrying on with the own home communitIes-and we must
: \
San Juan Hill and, Chateau Thierry I ,ct .
1 Helped great history to make, fil same kind of courage and staminain fill In the gap. :,,: ,' ';{ ;

And in that unstained tradition .
Stands the epic:/tale of Wake. ,I defense work, in the shipyards In pledging ourselves to make every;

III. ,
Just a handful of defender'-' 'ti )1 and building m rale. effort humanly possible to insure our "-}> e a .'

On far Pacific .
a isle
Cut from every chance of succor I I : We In the Atlantic Company, brew customers and trade against any avoidable t \-
:By a blow in true "
Stripped of most of Jap their style equipmentBy : ::)@ .- \ ers of Good Old Atlantic' Ale and Beer, shortage of Good Old Atlantic Ale "
f .
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There a ghoulish the Leathernecks tricker's stood punch- (:i are proud to be numbered among those and Beer, we are, ..i in our own way,

They're proving the country's toughest L x Southern institutions who are fighting simply doing our bit in the country's

bunch. IV. S '', the production problems created by war effort, for we recognize that in the

With but four patched planes to ;1 war conditions 24 hours a day. strain and tension of the wartime job, r :.
work with C'fl
As the foe came storming in, l Faced with shortages of metal for. there is a real and vital need for the '
Devereux's, beleaguered scrappers

Fought again, and!" bade 'em "Come !II bottle caps restrictions on deliveries to healthy relaxation which comes at the : : !

When blasting the Japs, in waves came f.1 conserve vital rubber and gasoline, end of the day from a refresh glass I

And they seemed a certain bet I 1&1 shortage of man power because so of cold Ale or :Beer. j,
I Well, the Devil Dogs dispersed 'em .: rYJ
With a biting "Not just yet!" "
V. :

With no ramparts still remaining I" r..aV
And no post'or wall upright,
There they stuck it out and showed ;

usWhat's t{:}
a really first-class fight; I J. !L"NIC' ;'

Back still back the foe mi )

came roaring t ... -
Using war planes by the score "
While the Leathernecks outfought'em

With a little ,fleet of four! ,': f : I : I If'
VI. AND'eea Y

YOU'd bneySomewhat have- thought 'em rather j

( occupied, I think- ': :

But then, just for recreation 4t1. tlc Co. Br wrif In AtUnU,Charlotte, Norfolk, Orlando :\ J
They found time some ships to

YOU'd sink have; figured they were .iI.t; Jj f. fMrIDllil$ r tf llf'ill K .. kir ..

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Mrs. R. E. McLaughlin returned her home; Mrs., Himrod's circle at I vember 5th, at the home of Mrs. FOR SALE-1938 Chevrolet '%-ton,

L I to her home in Okeechobee Thursday the home of Mrs. Ben Bolton;' Mrs. Jack Schopenhauer. pickup. Good running condition.

r IT after spending a few days here H. L. Davis' circle at her home. Five good fires. Clear title. L. E,

f PersonalsMiss J Jr with her son and daughter, H. E. SUNDAY SCHOOL TRAINING LOCAL MEMBERS DEANERY ATTENDDISTRICT MEET Thompson, Hooker's Point, Clewl"

McLaughlin and Mrs. H. A. W. SCHOOL-Held each evening this ton Fla. .
week. Mrs. H. C. Meador
Hedke and their families., Several members of St. Margaret's -
will teach, the book "Sunday School 4-
Altar Society were in West
:Myra Rice spent Monday in Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and sons, Officers and Their Work." Every Palm Beach Thursday October
Dick and John, left Monday to teacher and officer of the schoolis
West Palm Beach. 15th to attend the quarterly meet-
make' their home for a time in West urged to attend. We are ask- ing of the West Palm Beach Dean- J. M. C.0 USE

Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ing that others please come and
of the National Council of
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Jr., ery
Mr. and Law
Counselor '
for future lead- Attorney at
Frazier and son, Jimmy, are occupying prepare themselves
made business trip to Fort Myers Catholic Women, held at St. Ann's.Included .I
in our church. This will help Hopkins Building
the Schiffli home here. ers in the group from Clewis!
r Saturday. all to appreciate the, Sunday School
; ton were Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Wednesdays and Saturdays'
Miss Lorraine Taylor, who has and the work it is trying to do. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Z. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner were classin rs'l 0:80 to 4:00Johnson's
been employed in the sugar company We are anticipating a large and Mrs. Gene Powers.
business visitors in Sebring Satur- offices ,has accepted a posi- this important book.
Reports of work done during the
day. I JUNIOR G. A's-Will meet at I
tion teaching in the Moore Haven summer, and plans for the coming
-' school and will begin her duties Mrs. Bembry's home Wednesday season along lines of Red Cross

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reams were I there Monday.I. afternoon immediately following defense, U. S. O. work, and study
i visitors in West Palm Beach over I school for their' program meeting. clubs outlined 1
were by affiliates Fish
the weekend.W. S. Bell went ,to Ocala Tues- All girls of junior''' age 'are cordially from six parishes. Camp

day to attend the funeral of his invited to attend.SUNBEANSWill. The speakers included Father. I ,(,Near Hurricane Gate)

O. Winn of Miami spent the bother, Isiah Bell who was killedin meet at the J. Geary Clewiston, who gave an Clewiston, Fla.

r week-end in Clewiston with his mo- an automobile accident there I church at 4:00 p. m., on Thursday.All interesting and instructive talk on Boats and Motors-Guide Service

,ther, Mrs. A. H. King. Sunday.. Details ,of the accidentwere children, ages 4 to 9 years are'cordially Christopher Columbus the great ,- Rates Reasonable

I not learned.Mr. invited to attend. Par- Catholic explorer. W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
ents see to it that your child has
Mr. and Mrs: W. T. Ricks of
this helpful missionary training. ......
,. Miami spent the week-end in Clew- and Mrs. I.. J. Pape, Mr.
ieton. and Mrs.. Melvin Pape Richard DO YOU KNOW-That Christiansmust WOULD LIKE TO BUY used child's.

Pape, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Egley give an account of their influence high chair.' Box 1305, Clewiston,

and children Ronald and Beverly, ? "To then each one of us Fla.

Mrs. Frank Dumarad of St. Cloudis spent Sunday: ,in Canal Point visiting shall give account of himself to DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
visiting her daughter, Miss Mae God," Rom. 14:12. "And I say
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffith. BUTTONHOLE MAKING
Palmer. unto you, that every idle word that FOR SALE-At a bargain. 4 burner -

Miss, Jean Bullock of West Palm I I man shall speak they shall give I electric stove, perfect ,condition Mrs. Inez Pope

Misses Phoebe Peterson and Mar- Beach has accepted a position with account thereof in the day of now in use. Address Mrs.

jorie Spoolstra spent the week-end the Clewiston Realty and Develop- Judgement" Matt. 12:36.If I Scott, care Clewiston Inn. 1 t. MJllcrest: Near Passenger Depot
in West Palm Beach. child of God and
ment Corporation. Miss Bullock you are a (next door to Bill Allen's)

:: I came to Clewiston with Mrs. Kenneth live in our community we urge you FOR SALE -Oak showcase 2 ft. '.
: Misses Elizabeth Huffaker and
Rogers who joined her hus- to give serious consideration to wide; 6 ft. long; 42 inches high. "
: Evelyn Hare and Stanley Jordan are I
band here the past week-end. these two and many other passagesof Glass top and sides. Thompson -
,c I spending this week-end in Baitow.
; -
scripture that vitally concerns
Motor Parts. Phone, 3. 4
t James M. Winn U.: S. Navy, arrived your life. Surely you want to
:' Miss Emily Spender spent the
I from Key West Saturday andis stand in God's presence as perfectas
week- nd with friends in Lake but let us rememberwe FOR_ SALE.-3 burner Florence oil
spending a several days fur- you can
;. Worth. stove ,almost new. Reasonablefor Florist AgencyFlowers
,. lough at his, home here. .He ar- must be "doers of the word and
-a -- cash. ,C. M. Jarvis.
rived in Clewiston just three hours not hearers only. delivered here at no
,Mrs. G. W. Van Hyning left this
after the arival at the Clewiston Weinvite you to make our extra ,cost. Other towns, any
for Tallahassee to attend
:':; Hospital of' his first child, an eight- church your church home and renew FOR SALE OR TRADESmallfarm where in U. S. add only cost of
A. T.
funeral of her
7 the uncle ,
died I pound boy. your vows to God and serve Him. factory-built ,tractor with telegram ranging from 20 to
Atkinson who there Thursday.
fr' Let us greet you on'this next Lord's I riding rig built in. Also Remington 55 cents.

day. You will receive a friendly typewriter good office
I Miss Mae Palmer is recuperatingat as new,
Mrs. H.. L. Kirk left. Monday for
welcome. type. Silvertone six-tube batteryset "
her home from severe burns sustained Western Union Office
: Blackstone Virginia to spend some
Tuesday morning while radio. All can be seen at the
\ time there near her husband, who I Day Phone 82 Night 2791
lighting a gas cook stove. She was I BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. home of John B. Teston at Ortona,
r Pickett.
; is stationed at Camp '
burned about the face and neck Fla. H. N., C. N. D.

......' -- and on one arm which required W. C. Owen entertained .
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Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn has returned
treatment at the hospital but .none members of her bridge club at her
from a stay of a few days in Miami -
I'l' r.... where'she went to have an are so: severe that they are expectedto home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.N. ,

impacted 'wisdom tooth removed., leave scars. V. S. Mumford won first prize

I __ and Mrs. W. E. Dilley second prize.'

C.ARD OF THANKSWe : A fruit salad was servedat __ _
I'" Mrs. A, R. Brink and son, Michael _, -'- ; ., .. a
conclusion of Mrs.C. I L
: the play to
L r, have returned from a visit
f with Mrs. Brink's parents in :Buffalo wish to thank our many kind J. Nielsen, Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- ' -

I j I', New York. friends in Clev.;icton: and nearby ford, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. : ; 4 ___ _

I I ,- -- communities for; their kindness to Otto Larsen Mrs. F. E. Conkling
Mrs. W.,, E. Mrs. R. C. Wilson -
Albert Perkins South Clewiston. us since' our' house burned. The Dilley

I, '( ... is, recovering at the local hospital gifts have been most helpful and and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.Mrs. .

from an, appendectomy performed are much appreciated.
!i\:: '
\ Friday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adams. P. M. McIntyre was hostess THURSDAY

; Wednesday evening to her bridge I i Zs
Mrs. If: L. Guthrie of Nashville, COMMUNITY CHURCHI club and four extra guests. First !
, ; Georgia,, is coming this week-end, i I John N. Montgomery, Minister9:45Sunday prize was won by Mrs. C. E. Miner, DyDA'I

! for a visit with her daughter' Mrs. -r- second by Mrs. C. H. Berner and

.I Sinclair: E. Knight Jr. I Scho i. low by Mrs. W. E. Dilley. Molded
chocolate "witches" chocolate cake O
I' 11:0 0-Morning Se:'vice-Sermon
T. M., Waldron Jr., of the Naval!1( and coffee were served by, the hos- I
I Air Base, Miami spent Wednesday topic "Looking-" 'to Jesus. tess to Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mrs. Y out be,helping everybody if you avoid
I I 6:30: Junior Christian' Endeavor week-end
trips whenever
,here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. H, A.' Bestor, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs.C. possible. That'sthe
time when travel facilities
T, M. Waldion, South Clewiston. 30.-E\ening L. 1\Icrendon., Mrs. M. E. Von are most
I r 7,: Worship -Ser- crowded-the only time when many war
mon topic, "A Man's. Discovery of Mach Mrs. Miner Mrs. Berner, workers and men on furloughs can go.Miller's .
Miss Margery Spoolstra left this i God." Mrs. Dilley, Mrs. G. H. Small Mrs.

t week for Kalamazoo Michigan!!I 'Ruth B. Owens and Mrs. Ruth Wil- :4 Ott
I -Congregational meeting. Store
V where she, was called by the death i i I cox. She Wpt'
,The congregation of the Community Uu1-1'-
of her grandmother. 7 Point Florida
l ''-'- I Church will meet following -I Canal ,
Ir the evening service for the I
Mrs. H. A.. Bestor and J. V.
election of four additional elders

Francis ,are expecting their mother and for consideration of transfer .)f
Mrs. J. M. Francis to arrive today. W. C. Owen chairman of
I Presbyterial affiliation. It is urged $
Mrs. 'Francis has spent a' few that every member and contributor'. the Community Center committee : : :
months in St. Paul Minnesota,
was in charge of the at
he present to have a part in, this I program I
with another daughter. I
..... important business. the October Garden Club meeting --
I The Mother's Club is having a held yesterday afternoon with Mrs.

Mrs. Floyd Andrews who is receiving -i nursery hour for children of preschool -I W. H. Lanier, president, presiding.Mrs. I....'..........................................................................................................................-.....'.............................................................................'..
. medical treatment at the I age during the, morning J. E. Beardsley gave an ar-

Florida Sanitarium in Orlando, church hour in order that moth-l ticle, taken from the American -1 1i
8 spent a few days at her home here 1 CLEWISTONGOLFCOURSE .
I ers of these children may be free Home, entitled Putter Inners and .

this week. to attend church services. This I :Digger: .Uppers, which was entertaining -

group of children will be cared for I and instructive. Mis. G. B. -
!i i's"
Mrs. H. E. Trice, who underwent I at the Community Center and mo-. Rackstraw' gave talk on plant i -- -
a recent operation in Lee Memorial
returned thers are asked to leave them thereon nomenclature describing three
! Hospital in Fort Myers, has .s.i
the way to church and to call flowering plants that are in bloom 'i''' ..

cuperating to rapidly.her home, and is re-I II I for them, 'after the service. At pres- and popular at this time. Mrs. F. =i= .: : Public Invited :i:

ent there are no facilities for caring Deane Duff talked on What to Do -

I: I I'J for small babies but any who in November in the garden. y t
Miss Edythe Nell Cornette who l'i'
can walk will welcomed.. Mrs. The club voted to send a gift ofj s.
is student at Florida Southern ,
Bowden and Mrs. Johnson are in five dollars to the Children's Home 's' -- ...
I College in- Lakeland the ., J ..
J. :
,charge.. Society in Jacksonville and five ''s'.' :',:>;: : 1 .:
week-end here with her
parents Junior C.B.. will meet at 6:30in dollars to the Audubon Society. .. r -
j Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette. ,. .
the church. Carline Berner is Elected to membership in the 's' 'I 4' ':' 1.s.s

\the leader. Mrs. Robert West- club were nine ..Clewiston ladies, V .s.s

i Miss Mr. Christine and Mrs. Bell I. S. spent Bell Jr.Sunday, and! moreland and Mrs.All Richard Heathare Mrs. G. H. Brown, ,Mrs. J. M. _i: Since ou cannot drive to the !i i!

I' sponsors. boys and girls Frazier Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mrs.
in West Palm Beach. Mrs. I. S.I
I are invited. A masquerade Hallo- Joe Robbins Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke, y ;

i Bill, Sr.,. returned with them after ,we'en party will be given at the Mrs. Gene Powers Mrs. John N. beach the i

I a weekday visit-there. manse Friday evening October 30, Montgomery Mrs. A. H. Vann and I for week-end get; your I

\, Mar' at '7:30. All are invited. Mrs. ,J. A. Morrow.
'- Jean Handley and Miss The Community Church welcomesall Mrs. Owen reported that the rose

Mae Palmer spent the week-end in who do not have a church homein order this year amounted to 1096 :=: exercise and sun tan at the sametime. i:i:

Hazel Prince returned Clewiston and its membership bushes and would, arrive on Friday ,

there with them after a visit ,I is made up of many denominations. November 6th, and all who ordered ss

_--------l with her sister, Miss Lois Prince roses should call for them at her s .

here. 'I I I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,home on that date. .s. .

Mrs. L. L. Spicer, chairman of the .!. t- !;

Roland M./fLee spent a short visit Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I conservation committee, reported) y. /

here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. that she is endeavoring to have v

Marion Lee this week. Young Lee Training Union-6:15 p. m. some trees planted on the streets I 's' ;'
I Ir" I X
is an aviation cadet in the army Evening Worship:30 p. m. where the new group of defense .s. {'" .. .'

air corps and has been stationed in TIME CHANGE: We call attention houses are located.Twentyseven I .
., Monroe. La. He was en route to again to the change of the members attended .z. l
Miami where he is attending the time of our evening services. The the meeting. I f

Army's school of navigation at the meetings start at 6:15 for Train-
University of Miami in Coral ing Union and 7:30 for the evening ALTAR SOCIETY TO MEET

: Gables. .". j I I Preaching W. M.;, S.Service.. CIRCLES MEET The The Altar\ -Society of -St. Mar- ::: DAILY GREEN FEES I:=i:

. ,' ,t i circles of the W. M. S. will, meet garet's Church will hold its regular

e IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? as follows: Mrs. Aliens' circle at monthly meeting on Thursday No ;.:..::"W..:..K""H"H..:"X..K..x..XK..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:--:-:..:.:

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,4e Farm Harvests I tf Gems of Thought

Modern Iowa Dairy ""'"

G Millions of Shells to Blast Axis OUR native inexpressible land charms sweet-us

Q pR ness, and never allows us to forget I j I

that we belong to it.-Ovid.

0 W EAWashington ON 4r a yyyy We ought not to treat living
IGE SCREEN 10 creatures like shoes or house-

By VIRGINIA VALE hold belongings, 'which when

D. C. \ t'2,' rte Released by Western Newspaper Union. worn with use we throw away
{r: ., \atc* k???' Y!wc/04:: 4!_:'rrq / Plutarch.
Wickardhas ANNA NEAGLE really ought It is the prime secret of the "
of Agriculture ,
Secretary Sttl1
made it very clear in private n to get a medal because of Open Road that you are-to pass

conferences that he takes vigorous ra what, she's done for women in nothing, reject nothing, despise

exception to Donald Nelson's recent uniform. The British star has nothing upon'this earth.-David

statement: "We are going to have been dashing about New York in Grayson. \
enough to eat throughout this war Come to me in my dreams, and then
and probably will not have to her trim CDVO togs, looking so By day I shall be well again, .
put any we very drastic limitations on lovely in them that girls who've For then the night will more than pay

our range of choice in that regard." shied at joining up promptly The hopeless- longing of'theday.MATTHEW .
On the contrary, Wickard says rr:n decided to do it. Miss Neagle's new

that we are going to be more and picture, "Wings and the Women,"
more up against it for foodunlesswe based on the air exploits of Amy
gp 40
give the farmer more machineryand t' Li1DJ. Johnson, was filmed under blitz con- ,
more labor. ditions in London, and was made How To Relieve

Briefly here are the reasons why: with full co-operation of British au

1. An army uses twice as much thorities. It has recently been released -

food as civilians, (a) because a lot ,by RKO. Bronchitis

is lost at sea, (b) a lot,is lost in the It's lunchtime for Virginia Johnson ;K
field of battle, and (c) soldiers eat
n and Cleoda Knoblauch, two Rita Hayworth's strenuous troup- Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
more than civilians. fr' ing of USO camps sent her to the it goes right to the seat of the
2. We have to feed our allies employees on this unique "dairy hospital when she finished her tour, trouble to help loosen and expel
and %q.Q which is devoted 100% to germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
more more. farm, and the attendants there are still to soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed -
3. We will also have to feed ,the 1 victory. gasping. Rita received 518 tele- bronchial mucous mem-
occupied regions when they are set grams, 102 bouquets of flowers, 243 branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa

free.But meanwhile, farmers actuallyare y .r .'y Ni A YEAR ago_ last June Ed telephone calls and 134 letters! derstanding bottle of Creomulsion you must like with the the way un-it

Sundholm.president of the --7 quickly allays the cough or you are i.
killing good dairy cows for beef A; When Nancy Gates was four, the to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
because they cannot get labor or xawy Superior Manufacturing com- band of ,Texas Teachers college

machinery to keep up their dairy pany, Albert City, Iowa, found made her its official sweetheart, and
herds. In the Chicago milk shed 62a that he was ,getting more con- for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
alone, 1,700 dairy farmers have sold '
tracts 'for than
their herds and gone out of busi- war production

ness. his over-crowded shop could Effects of Thoughts
/ !
In one specific case, a dairy farmer handle. At the same time his Ai' s R sa Thoughts are forces. Each cre-
lost the of his littercarrierwhen :+ ates of its kind.
use model dairy farm a few miles o t "S j'ivitd Each comes back "'"""
the tub went bad. The car- I laden with the effect that corre- ,
west of the city was nearing
rier, complete with trolley and hoist, sponds to itself and of which it
had cost him $250. A new tub to completion, the modern farm is the cause.

replace the rusted one would cost buildings only awaiting instal-

only $10. But he couldn't buy a new lation of farm "equipment and
tub. And he couldn't find addi-
the arrival of a herd of pure-
tional hands tcr r"do the work of the
machine.So bred Brown Swiss. But nary a

he sold his cattle' and closed S: reaper has been delivered to ; '

the dairy. Mr. Sundholm's barn, and no 3-* ,

Foreseeing this machinery short- purebred has ever set hoof in-
age, Secretary Wickard asked WPBto
side the barn. In the ofa _
permit manufacture of agricul- space i .
tural machinery up to 38 per cent few weeks Ed Sundholm con- -

of normal. The request was made r verted his model farm into a

j July 22. He did not get a reply model factory-producing vital f
until this we'ek.Principal .
is ammunition for the U. S. army.
log-jammer WPB'scivilian
supply committee,' headedby Sundholm is pictured above. NANCY GATESshe's U Children Like This ,Better

Joseph L. Wiener, which has to Way To Take Cod Liver Oil/
act on a great variety of civilian Left: The only milk that flows been singing and dancing ever
r since. So not. surprising that Mothers-children! .need the vital J
problems and does 'not pretend to around' this 'dairy is the solubleoil .it's
be expert in agriculture.Its now, at 17, she's landed 'an impor- elements in Scott's Emulsion to help '
lack of expertness was indi- known as "coolantwhich tant role in "This Land Is Mine." promote proper growth,-strong-

cated by two questions asked by keeps the drill press cool. )J bones, sound teeth! So, give them

members of this committee, in .discussing -I .. I America's new hollow-blade air- good-tasting Scott's Emulsion daily
;;w++;yyyt4 S"x
farm problems: plane propellor will come to the -they're sure to like it., Tones up

"If there is a labor shortage on screen under the arm of Joel Mc- system. Contains natural A and D ;

the farms, why' can't farmers work Crea, in "Merry-Go-Round" ; he car- Vitamins. Buy today-all druggists.
overtime, just as factory workersdo ti ries a half-scale model of it in his

?" opening scene, when, as an aeronautical >Recommended by Many Doctors't
"What is the difference betweena iS:: Sy: : r3i sip? 6y: \ ( engineer, he goes to Wash- 'tI r

wheel type tractor and a crawler /Yu(!:(!4t 4y :ter.?: /,' .):..' : ington to get a patent, and meets I 0 .,..
type?" 'y'ki' Jean Arthur.. The propellor is so "

So the United States may fail as new that none is available; the studio O

the larder of democracy if'a farmer 4y 'txxr noa n. y a.r ... y.f had to make its own sample.
: Hr ,F: Y., oa '
can't have a new plow point or some 'y.4'Sirj,4 >K 1 I I

other item-and the necessary farm Two years after their marriage

labor. William R. Anderson saw his wife, I

I Jeff Donnell, in a wedding gown- Living PoemsI .-r' _
NO NIX ON NAVY'S FIX Jeff wears it in "City Without Men,"
On the important question of pho- and it was such a contrast to the have always had a passion for v

tographs, the navy has completely daytime frock in which she was ferries; to me they afford inimitable -

reversed itself, with the result that really married that her husband, streaming, never-failing, liv-'

the stay-at-home public is seeing who's a dialogue director at Colum- ing poems.-Walt Whitman.

daily action shots of the war. bia, persuaded her to be photo-

f Until recently, there was a ban L graphed with him.
on taking'pictures
of "confidential"scenes. ;:(
But on September 1, the SNAPPY FACTS
of the -
II think amazing
navy issued General Order 179, you some 1
which stated that "commanding of- incidents in "The Aldrich Family" ABOUT
scripts are implausible, you should "
ficers are directed to obtain qA ,9
graphs at times of Photo-I know the three Goldsmith boys, sons RUBBERBefore "

aster, and combat action." Assistant Manager Harriet Dan- of the man who writes the show. o

I Picture taking in the navy usedto ielson has to hurry back to the When the family recently visited
decided to do
New York the boys
be confined to "nuts and bolts
shop in Albert City. Here Fore-
photography"-routine their own laundry; they washed

terials to, observe their shots action of under ma- man August Rebhuhn gets final quite a batch of shirts and shorts, rubber allocation programs -
instructions Miss Danielson y and hung them from a window to ono large rubber manu-
stress. But
now the navy is taking facturing company mado close to3SOOO
pictures of she leaves the dry-in the swankiest section oi separate rubbor Item
some of the most dramatic before "farm. The weight of there Item ran
Fifth Avenue!
and ,colorful incidents in the I I Right: Ann Johnson, foreman ,fr m fraction of an ounce to
--7E--: hi idred of pound
history of warfare, with some 1,400 ''
of inspecting bomb-
photographers. I'I inspection ? Marguerite Chapman and Mona Supportod by old Inner tubes that
have been blessed, natives of '
primers. .
If you saw 'the picture of the Jap percussion Barrie were inspecting the amazingly Banaros,India,stay in the waters of ) "
carrier sinking in the Coral sea, or I I ns bushy eyebrows of Fred Kelsey, the stretch.Holy Ganges River for weeks at

the Jap heavy cruiser sinking at r +, Hollywood's" perennial detective, on a
Midway, or the U. S. sailors leaping :v the set of "One Dangerous Night." Rubber shortage was no worry
when the first roads wero constructed -
overboard from the carrier Lexington "What do they remind you of?" In tho Empire of Assyria

you have seen the work of navy u asked Mona. "A Victory Garden," the and Babylon Romans built 1900 their B.C.or military when

.cameramen. said Marguerite. road in 302-298 B.C. I
Some were appointed to do noth- )! ,
In 1941 89% of tho rubber con-
ing else but take pictures of the samed in the U.S.came fromJacd*
battle The war department has okayed that ere now in the hand of the
but some did their camera Ginny Simms as "The Sweetheartof enemy or cut off from U.S.skips.

shooting only after laying aside a ,., ,America's Armed Forces." Two-thirds of all tre natural 10; ,
machine gun. The famous pictureof fr k 9wyrf v That's quite a' stunt of hers on rubber In the U.S.It lit the tire
the sinking Jap carrier in the frY1 "Johnny Presents"-bringing one and tubes on American_cars. (
Coral sea was taken by a machine
soldier, one sailor and one marineto
i gunner from the rear nest of a navy 4 'v.N4vOj.n the mike each Tuesday night and V ----I;..

plane. letting them have a free pnone call
Primary purpose of the picture to anybody they select in the U.S.A.
taking is not to inform the public, ..: ., ,: ,cii.we J'L ?/ Ginny's first lead in pictures is in
but to inform the navy. The pic- "
:. RKO's "Grand Canyon. f
tures are used to check on opera- oe

tions, to instruct learners, and, most i
{ important, to study the "Don Winslow of the Navy" must }' I Il
sition. Today enemy's po be one of the best known charac- t- ...
tomorrow and
every ters in the country; he's the hero
day, navy planes
are flying over R "r1 of a motion picture serial, a comic (
New Guinea
I ing pictures of whatever the} Solomons lies below., tak- { Ar t y y r C '.v strip and a radio serial; about 30- 1 :,

The developed shots may disclose tr: $ ,i 000,000 people hear, see or read + I I Ii i

that the Japs have about him every week. Raymond
moved into
a Edward Johnson, hero of the radio
new area, and that the little black I
Inside Sundholm's cool barn a dozen sit at long tables program, was born in Kenosha,
spot, seen under a, microscope, is women ...c.
an oil tank just installed. [ specting shells and percussion caps. in-I; Wis.Don,Ameche birthplace and of Orson Frederic Welles.March, 1 ft



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SUNDAY Lesson I ? AI/OTNt1R B I nformation on various. subjects |?

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. The Questions Button Gwinnett, George-Washing*
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) ton, William Penn?

1. How many Americans were

....':.." ".,..,.. ......,.'. ,.."....- ..... .,,,..>.,,""w'" "'_..,-rYv, vV-MM 'eZpqi(9R'__NR7Y 'fRy/vYV .. '_ Lesson for October' 25 drafted,in the First World war? The Answers
2. What is
L a griffon?
". d, 3. What is the approximate area
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected of the Antarctica? 1. A total of 2,783,094.
and copyrighted by International 2. A fabulous monster half lion
Council of Religious Education; used by 4. What was the faith of the ,
} and half
permission. Covenanters? eagle. .
3. Five million miles.
5. Which ,of_the United States square .
rR / v has the greatest inlandwater area?
e ck5f PROBLEM .
THE ALCOHOL 5. Florida. -

6. How many great rivers are 6. Eight Hudson, Delaware,

,LESSON TEXT-Eccleslastcs"10:17; Amos usually listed in the United States?, Potomac, Mississippi, Ohio, Mis-

5:21.24: Romans 14:19.21, II Corinthians 7. Which of the following signedthe souri, Columbia and Colorado.
6:17; I Peter 415. Declaration of Independence: 7. Button Gwinnett.
GOLDEN TEXT-Let Judgment run downas
waters and righteousness as a mighty
stream.-Amos 5:24.Let's .

do something about it! Thatis HOSE ON FROM TH@ Illlli111iJlhe : iRS' MOROLIIE

the right word regarding ,the RUTH WYET CUTS \ PETROLEUM JELLY 0
liquor problem now. The time is

; i&2 past for theorizing or deploringweneed TT IS not necessary to make our

action. The liquor interests economies so dull and dreary Care With PossessionsHe

have redoubled their efforts of late that they depress every one. Let's who has many vineyards has

because they fear the aroused pub- make them so gay and attractive many cares.

lic opinion of _decent Americans. that they give us a lift and a bit of
ft;:;. Let's Have a' Party While Witches Play Why do not America's 65,000,000 a challenge too. This old rockeris

? (See Recipes Below.) church members say the word now, an example. I IDon't

and curb this awful thing which is A saw and a wood chisel were

Halloween Pranks threatening to destroy us? used for removing projections and Wait for

If' Halloween Party I. Right-Minded Rulers (Eccles. rockers. An old quilt 'was found

: .yp,, October's the month which flaunts 10:17). for padding and the feathers from Constipation to Hit!

her gay burnished colors as a pre- Roasted Wienies on Buns National leaders should set the an old bolster were packed into a
lude to winter. It's Mustard Relish
the month of example for the people-an exampleof RAISE SEAT WITH What do you do when constipation -
of .Gingerb ,eadDoughnuts sobriety, of clear-headed thoughtand A f CUSHION comes? Do you rush to the
and cider,
Mulled Pineapple Juice full devotion to the cause of '' medicine cabinet for an emer-
I pumpkins and REMOVE cathartic?And thenhaveto
c squash against dry Taffy 'Popcorn our country. Are they doing it? F l1 I PROJECTIONS do it all over again next time.
sheaves of corn Recipes Given We quote: "Washington is the .wet : If yours is the common kind
test spot in the nation. The per of constipation due to lack or"bulk"
stalk, of fragrantgingerbread
In the dlet.-here's won-
consumption of alcohol in the
or derful news!There's a better way
Qi .. doughnuts fried 1 quart canned, unsweet- District of Columbia is almost twice PAD 'of treating your constipation. A
wettest state in the that prevents it-by correcting -
of the way
tender hot ened Hawaiian pineapple that BACK BEFORE
(: crisply in sizzling deep
I i fat. juice Union. In 1940, 4.26 gallons were RAKING SUP the cause ALL-BRAN I Start eatingKELLOGG'S regu-

, u':. October's the month of Halloween Pinch of salt consumed for every man, woman, ,. COVER larly. ALL-BRAN corrects the
: and child. Nevada, the wettest of cause by supplying the "bulk
-when 'witches, spooks and black
Tie the in small of
spices a piece
consumed 2.65 gal- food" you need. Enjoy this crisp
all states
J 1"1', cats make merry. Big ones or wee cheesecloth, add them to the -pine- our I SAW OFi crunchy cereal dally drink plentyof
There at Washington -
ones will love a party that mingles apple juice, and bring to the boiling lons per person. RocKERsthick water and hit constipation
:iJ what's best in October with thet where they need the clearest before It hits you! ALL-BRAN Is
point but do not boil. Add salt.
seat cushion to raise the seat
: spookiest of what's Halloween. heads, the steadiest nerves, and the made by'Kellogg's In Battle
Serve immediately. which has been lowered Creek':It condition is not
by your
f': morals they are
with highest ,
Pretty 'up a party and give
Gingerbread air if this treatment
wears a.party helped by simple ,
: M. ). ing the, rockers. This required a
, 's.-' your spirits a lift with traditional food you decorate the tops with a frosting most booze" (Dr. I. Hargett see a doctor.
' : that's easy on purse strings, a hit What about 1942? Those who have yard and a quarter of ticking.
of a Halloween symbol afterit
\ j: 'observe ''indicate that Four and' one-half yards of inex-
n with the party-goers. Decorations been able to ,
cut into slices. Here's a recipefor
chintz in bold modern I
l. '. can be nature's own, a pumpkin or gingerbread that's light as down conditions are probably worse nowl! pensive a ,
: I' two whole or cut into a jolly face and exquisitely fragrant with spicesin The secretary of war and the sec- pattern did the rest. Total cost :

! : lit with candle glow, squash and apples correct proportions:' retary of the navy have insisted on for an uptodatechair less than
, I banked with deep yellow, brown the desirability of the sale of beer two dollars, that will serve well

i J. or red leaves, bowls of apples, Gingerbread.Vi in service canteens. No wonderthe for the duration. (Buys you the11vgiFO11Ac
1',. grapes, popcorn and spicy drinks. cup shortening Brewers' 'Digest of May, 1941, NOTE: This remodeled chair Is,from
!I Let the children paste black cats, Vz cup brown sugar gloated: "One of the finest things BOOK 5 of the series of booklets that
::' owls and witches onto mugs and invitations Vz cup light'molasses that could have happened was the are offered with these articles. In this

:. inviting guests to come as Vz ,cup boiling water insistence by high ranking officersto book.an old-fashioned couch 'is' modernized -
: end tables from spools; new.uses
y their favorite spook be' 'it owl 1 beaten make ,beer available in
an, egg army are found for a camp stool; other typesof SHAVE
r'. witch astride' a' broomstick, or a 1% cups flourteaspoon camps .. Here is a chance for chairs are made over; and a'love seatis
(, slinking cat. Vz salt the brewers' cultivate a taste for made from an old car seat. Also .lI.erper hrnureithry'r. on*.
.,: e patchwork designs and directions for de- 0 third thinner.
!:' Vz teaspoon_soda beerin millions,of young men. signing and making hooked rugs. To geta DOUBLE OR
? Construct a simple grill outdoors teaspoon ginger America had.better wake up! copy of BOOK 5, send your order to: SINGLE EDGE
for roasting wieners if aren'tlucky
!..' enough to have a brick grill. % teaspoon cinnamon II. Right-Spirited- People (Amos MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS ,IDe i -

r. This will take a lot of the roughhouse Pour water over shortening and 5:21-24): Bedford Hills New York Manufactured and guaranteed by

f,. outdoors; and save wear and add sugar, molasses and egg. Beat God has no pleasure in. the religious Drawer 10 (FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO.. NEW YORXI

I f'' tear on ,your house. Games will well. Add sifted dry ingredients, observances and the pious Enclose 10 cents for Book 5.

a. most likely be outdoors if it isn't beat until smooth. Bake in a waxed-' words of a people who profess toworship : Name ............... ............... Find the 9. .
'c_ too cold as:the revelers will want paper-lined square pan in a moderate but ,who come with unrepentant Scrap to

to roam with spirits and ghosts. (350-degree) oven.. Cool in hearts and unclean hands. Address ............................. 9 Eliminate the Jap

Plenty of long buns, already split pan. Can God bless the man (or his

!indoors: : before the party and heaped If it's doughnuts you've a liking money) who profits either directlyor r

hIgh 1n a basket, for, I'd suggest the kind made with indirectly from the sale of intoxicants -
\It'i.-i are indicated. r 't' x sour cream or milk. They have a ? Amos has the answer. 'm -+,S:', ,,i r r a4.: nh'YS

They're best when lightness of a feather that is the Let us heed his plea that righteousness -

, .c toasted-with lots criterion for a "sinker." should-run through our national -

\, of butter, mustard 'Sour Milk Doughnuts. as well as our personal lives,

i. relish, catsup (Makes 2 dozen) "as a mighty stream."

.10 i or homemade 3 cups flour III. Right Living Christians / *
' i
, chili sauce. as ac- scup sugar (Rom. 14:19-21; II Cor. 6:17; I Pet. "shfiles,tfncfe'SanrXJjoppfog1' "grass ,
t I. .... .......
I lor / liaison plailess from
compammems 1 tablespoon melted shortening 4:1-5). '
II wienies roasted to doneness with Vz teaspoon soda Our Scriptures in 'this section tell factory to Arm/fl/fag.!ine" a t 4 y

'I 1 a taste of smoke and ashes. 2 eggs us that in a true Christian life there is Yysfm'resYthe Army s inan'sn prat. ;

You can't have enough hot foods Vz teaspoon salt aereilce.for Came1'cJgaratte$;, '5-
1. No offense (Rom. 14:19-21).
i as the weather is bound to be on Vz teaspoon nutmeg
: the crisp and The question here is that of eating
chilly side. There will y2 cup sour milk
be cheers from the boisterous meat offered to idols, which does not
ahs from the more conservative and if Sift flour, sugar, nutmeg and salt. concern us; but the great Christian
Dissolve soda in sour milk. .Beat stated is of the
: you serve this golden, pineapple principle here high-
well and add
: drink with eggs est importance and bears directlyon
a suspicion of
spice. The '"
milk to Addto
vitamins Bl and C in the pineapplewon't eggs. our daily life. EAS7 ON --
dry ingredients, None of us lives to himself (Rom.
i permit any let-down in morale
then mix in melt-
,I and pep 14:7)). Everything we do counts AW THROAT-_
ed shortening. Roll either for against Christ! Such '''
j I' Mulled Pineapple Juice. out and cut with a or !1! THAT' ONE REASON .
, (Serves 4-6)) doughnut cutter. an. ordinary (we regret) thing as .

finch stick of cinnamon Fry in deep hot fat_ Staying away from church service .Y I SMOKE CAMELS. i
r 3 whole cloves speaks to the world and especiallyto _
(360-370 degrees F.) until golden
I.e teaspoon cloves brown. Drain on brown paper. our neighbors of our loss of in- AND THEY HAVESUCH
terest and respect for the -worshipof ..
\\ teaspoon grated nutmeg Fun's in store for the youngsters >
God. Apply'that principle to the
if ,you let them polish off the party A GRAND
use of any alcoholic beverage, and .
with these old-fashioned
sugar- every Christian must be a total ab
LYNN SAYS: saving popcorn. balls: stainer. FLAVOR .

The Score Card: Corner your Taffy Popcorn. Cor.
2. No Compromise (II. 6:17).
share of these_food bargains dur- 4 cups popped corn
We have come to the unscripturaland
ing the next few weeks: Cabbage, 2 cups shelled peanuts
deeply dangerous viewpoint thatif Ferry Pilot Betty Wearer
I apples plums % cup molasses
pears, green peppers -
Christian wants to '
compromisea f
I a b4 "' y PiperAircroftCarp.
lima beans Vz cup sugar { "
cauliflower. bit with the w.orld, the flesh and
1 butter
The well-dressed tablespoon
\. will also his "business."
the devilChat's; God
wear eggs, chicken and cheddar 1 tablespoon vinegar
\' VA waters does not think so. He says: "Come AND NOTE THIS:
cheese not only for variety but cup
I also economy. teaspoon soda out from"among them, and be ye 7e smote of S/Ottr-jt//-///?*
Style your table with carrots, Mix molasses: sugar, butter, water
j potatoes, turnip greens, beets and and vinegar. Cook slowly and with- 3. No Worldliness (I Pet. 4:1-5).

\ beet tops, mustard, spinach. Good out stirring until the crack stage is Here again the assumption of manyis

for you, and perfect with most reached. Add soda and stir well. that there are two groups in the 4MELScoft7'1

other foods in the meal. Add remaining ingredients and mix church-worldly Christians and spir-

I Standardized bottles have been well before pouring into shallow, itually minded ones, and that eachis

ordered for wines, jellies and well-greased pans. When cold, cut as good as the other. Both classesare $ Ii ; 1i1

. preserves. Home-canning jars into bars or squares. there, no doubt about that, but
, yo. are not affected in this order God never has and never will coun-
\ Cake Making? Bread Making? Cookie LESS
I' the War Production board. Baking? Budget Fixing? Housekeeping? tenance worldliness on the part of Y rYV: .. I
Variety notes: if you don't have You name the problem and explain it. His people. :
porterhouse as often, you can Miss Lynn Chambers will be glad to give Essentially, there are just two opposing than that of the 4 other largest- '

have excellent dishes from lesser you expert advice if you write to her, enclosing principles in this world-self- selling brands tested-less than any

known cuts of meat such as liver, a sell-addressed stamped envelope will and God's will. We are either of them-according to independent ,

1 kidneys, heart'sweetbreads and for your, 210 reply South, at Desplaines Western Street NewspaperUnion controlled by the flesh or by the scientific tests of the smoke itselfIr /

tongue. III.Released. Chicago Spirit of God. Are we ready, fellow

by Western Newspaper Union. Christians, to yield to Him?

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I'I 1 I Commission the redistrIcting of Dade County's I] As we'so strongly recommend E%'.NW14NWand NIl%-
Men Have Right I II 'I, NWI/4 and N?lE# Section '16,
Young five commissioner's districts that Amendment No. 1 be passed
This amendment is designed to' county Township' 44 S., Range 32 E.: .
!I I and increase r for the election of all commissioners I so do, we recommend that this last S-NW+ and NW -sw I and

To Enlist ImmediatelyAmerica's ': game conserve, animals and fresh birds'j from the county at one, No. 9, be rejected. We're SWg-SEti S", Range Section 32 E.; 2f, Township

I I on a state-wide program. I large and increasing, terms from II voting "NO" and hope ;you'll do SW14 NE*and and SW W2h-SW1A-SE14-S\Vl Ilnd NE and

management is to be vested in a i I i two to four years. the same. mV14-SEJ4 and E'-SE and

:young men, 18 and 'commission consisting of five members I Most of the state is little interested I NE%-SWSEJ4 Section 28,'
old have an opportunity) Township 44 f*.. Range 32 E.: i
.19 ;years one from each CongressionalDistrict in Dade County's redist/- SNESWH and SEVi-SW
tight now not open to any other appointed by the Governorand ricting but the'four year terms NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORT Section 32, Township 44 S., Range !
enlist immediately :I \: DEED 32 E.;
age group-the right to confirmed by the Senate. This and the election of the membersof (Senate Bill No. 103) E%NWU and SW144-NE% Sec-
: and select one of 13 dif 1 commission shall have power; to the board from the county at tion .,3., Township 41 S., Range
32 E.The
of the Army in
ferent branches fix bag limits, to fix open and large will make an interesting NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That assessment of the said prop
"v ich to serve, it was pointed out closed seasons on a state-wide, point. While we feel that there Is Ray C. Hull, holder of Tax ertitiI erty under the said certificates issued .
today at headquarters, Fourth I rate No. 60, issued the 7th day of was in the name of Unknown.
regional or local basis. little use In cluttering up the state I I September A. D. 193C. has filed .same I Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
Service Command, Aalanta, Ga. In office and has made according to law, the
of this amendment, constitution with a matter that It my application property
been possibleor I The purpose I I for a tax deed to be issued described therein will be sold
Until now it has t supposedly, is to take the game would appear could be handled bya thereon. Said certificate embraces I to the highest bidder at the court
( an enlistee to choose one of fresh water fish commissionout f local bill, far be it from us to I the following described property in house door on the' first Monday In
of the and the County of Hendry, State of Flor- the month of November, 1942, which
only eight combatbranches of politics. We're in accord interfere in Dade County's affairs ida, to-wit: t Is the 2nd day of November, 1942.
\Army, but the ,new policy of the with that but experience has shownus I and if they wish the change they All Block 30 LaBelle. Dated this 1st day of October 1942.
War permits men of The assessment of the said I (Seal) WILLIAM T, HULL
Department that our local problems are not might as well have it. We're vot- I erty under the said certificate issued prop- Clerk Circuit Court of
the 18-19 year group to select any understandable to ,other sections of ing "YES." was In J. Murphy. Hendry County, Florida..
I eaieertYflc .teT.8 October 2-9-1--23 '
additional branches": Unless I
I be
Hone of five redeemed -
and it is natural that
CoYpS,:"Ordan-: I the state according: to law, the prop-
The Quartermaster every section will have some of No. 8. Garnishment of Wages erty described therein will be sold
ance Department, Chemical Warfare these problems. Our chief objection I This amendment provides for II to the highest bidder at the court IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
door on the first Monday in
: Department ( however, is that it will set up the subjecting of not more than the month of November, 1942, which DRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.HEN- .><
ment or the Corps. of \ pepart-I another commission in Tallahassee, 25 %--of the wages and income of Is the 2nd day of November, 1942. 1't
: I Dated this 1st day'of October- 1942. *
lice., i of which we have entirely too many the head of a family in excess of (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL. IN RE: Estate of

Another advantage offered those I already. You guessed it, we're vot- $25.00 per week, to the payment of Clerk of Circuit Court of OSWALD F., SCHIFFLI- deceased.
Hendry ,
County Florida.
who can qualify, is the opportunity, ing "NO." any debts' contracted after the Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23. You and each of you are hereby
after they have taken their basic I adoption of the amendment. It also notified and required to present any

training to apply for Officer Candidate No. 4, Election 'of Circuit Judges I provides that when the salary is claims either of and you demands may have which against you, the or

<< School and when having successfully The Circuit Judges in Floridaare $25.00 a week or less such garn- NOTICE OF APPLICATION POIl estate of Oswald F. Schlffli, deceased
completed the course, to now elected as are other state ishment shall not be applicable ex- TAX DEED [ late of said County, to the County
i I I (Senate Hill No. 1C:; -Judge of Hcndry County, Florida, at
become commissioned .officers.. and county officials, in primary cept for necessities of life, these in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That his office in the Court House at
and general election, but the contrast to luxuries to be ,determined | J. C. Jackman, holder of Tax Certifi- LaBelle, Florida, within eight calen-
dar months from the date of the
has the to veto cates 142 of 1922; 27 of 1924; 4 of
Governor power
first publication of this notice. Each
Sub-Station by the Legislature.State
11925 114
Recruiting ; of 1926; 482 483 of 1927;
the people's choice for the position. ,1453, claim or demand must ,be In writingand
Tom Watson has 457. 461, 571 of ,1928; 306, 308.
Attorney must state the place of residence
This amendment removes the Gov 1315 of 1929; 445. 447 Of 1932; 277 of
and office address of the claim- I
Opens In Fort Myers I expressed himself as believing that 1933; 160 of 1935; 222 of 1938; 127, 129 post
I ernor's power of veto making thepeople's of 1939; has filed same in my office and must bo sworn to by the rant /
amendment very and has claimant, his agent or his attorney
choice' final. made application of a tax
0.' or the same will become void according -
I I inasmuch as it does not define deed to be issued thereon. Said certifi-
While the present system placesa to law.
The Navy has opened a recruit- "necessities of life," the definition cates embrace the following describedproperty This the 17th ,day 'of September,
great deal of power in the handsof in the County of Hendry, '
Ing sub-station in Fort Myers for being left up to the whims'of the State of Florida, to-wit: 1942. '
the Governor, we're of the opin- i (Signed) E. E. KELLY
the 'convenience of men who wish legislature which may likely changeat I 1V1NWTand NE -NW'and: I Administrator of the Estate o!
ion that the judge's position shouldbe SWU and NW i-SEV4 Section 10 Oswald F. Schiffli, deceased..
the Naval Reserve or the each session. No one wishes to
to join, removed as far as possible from I Township 44 S., Range 32 E.; I Sept. 24-Oct. 1, 8, IS, 22
Seabees. :Offices are on the second protect anyone from the payment
day politics. Our chief ----- ----- ------------
floor of the post office building present of lawful debts but the one who
executive should know better the
room 214. These are said to 1-framed this amendment appears to 1 -
type of man fitted to preside over
be 'pe IJiatlent recruiting'quart. have made a very weak effort and
our courts than the average run of
one which might prove disastrous. .
voters. I ,' "' :
Put it down to intuition maybe, butwe're } ; :
Sugar We're in favor of leaving it likeit It'sYOURfight
voting "NO" on this one.
I ,
is and are voting "NO. y ad,9

(Continued from page 1) No. 5. Salt Water Fish CommissionThis -- 'J '13,:: ;: / Ir.ar9 b b;). too!
Salt No. 9. Corporation Tax ,
amendment concerning j'j'I
'corporation. Water Fish and Salt Fish Pro- I This amendment applies to the

Field labor for the sugar cor- ducts provides that authority be 1 present Homestead Exemption 1 f : er.li BUY U.S.

"poration is able, under the present given a commission, consisting of i amendment. Whereas a corporation i

rates of 'pay, to realize high cash governor and cabinet to establish' to get tax exemption under the 'I UJflRBonos ._w

'earnings in addition to the receipt rules and regulations without regard -1 present law is required to use

oaf valuable perquisites such as free to the uniformity of appli- property 100% for scientific, religious -I

house rent; favorable prices on food cation. In
'stuff at plantation commissaries' mission could direct and control or charitable purposes, the $ from income

free medical services and enjoy- salt water fishing in several locali- I amendment adds fraternal or-I

ment of recreational facilities pro- ties differently, according to con- ganizations and ,provides ,for tax

vided by.: the corporation. This' will ditions and needs in such locali exemption where only one-fourth of OFFICIAL

'have a direct effect 'on the recruitIng the property is used for such purposes I U. S. NAVYPHOTOGRAPH

'of labor'this' year as it has in ties.It .
would appear that this amend- I
the past !despite high wages paid ment wilL only add to the head- eve already have too much tax
"in some, areas to colored laborers.I exemption and it be this sij!
1 aches of the Governor and the I ,, may that "<-i t..*
Sea BattlesBUY "
The season this fall is starting Cabinet and will not travel a step amendment may have a far-reach- Between ; '

& few days later than the 1941-42 further toward state bureaucracy by ( ing influence in .exempting business

season when*the harvest began on. the creation of a brand new Tal- property from taxation. It certainly -

:October 20. lahassee commission. The super- will not help the "little tax-

vision is probably needed and I payer".-will indirectly hurt him

'AmendmentsContinued we're voting "YES." : by cutting down on present tax
!I revenues which will mean an increase -

No. 6. Senatwlal Districts in millage on taxable prop-
( from Page 1)
... This amendment would set up erty. Then too It is not Incon-
'election may be called and proposed two new senatorial districts for ceivable that corporations might I

,>' 'amendment presented to the voters the state, one in south Florida deliberately donate one fourth of a "

.-:- "not less than 90 days and not more embracing Broward County and building for fraternal or chariat- YOUR WAR BONDS HERE I

than 180 days, after the adjourn- one. in North Florida taking in I able purposes in order to avoid the

'ment of the .Legislature.; This Calhoun and Gulf Counties. payment of taxes on the balance ofa SALES ALREADY THIS MONTH EXCEED' $1,000

:; "shortens the time. to from three to This is simply the result of Increased business building, the remainderof

'six months instead of a possible population in these areas which is bringing in a nice In- .

;' three and a half years as at present. and there is no reason to say thatit come. I

:' During the war period particularly should not pass.. Passage will On top of this we have a strong cLiuiWDM mem.IS. j-

,'1"; it should be possible to speedup I mean that we'll have forty state suspicion that this amendment has

F. amendments to the constitution I senators instead of 38 as at pres- for its major purpose the exemp- yviet

1-\ and we can see nothing but good ent. We'll vote "YES." tion from taxation of a corporation 0

.: in this amendment. We're voting which shall construct the much debated -> .
I ,
YES. No. 7. Dade County Commissioner's North Florida Cross-State t cetv'

: I Districts I Canal. ,This is reason enough for

No. 3. Fresh Water Fish and Gain This amendment provides for us to oppose it.

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