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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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VOLUME 13--NUMBER 49 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEARBIitre





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CARNIVAL AND DANCE I .13,338 POUNDS OF Bob BeardsleyIn 9.I Nine Amendments ShouldBe


Who's Who

AT SCHOOL GROUNDS SCRAP COLLECTED IN -; +, Sufficient IncentiveHelp

Bob Beardsley, son of Mr. and I

Mrs. J. E. Beardsley of Clewistou,I C -

: .HALLOWE'EN NIGHT LOCAL SCHOOL DRIVE added another to the, list of family I Needed ,At Red T TI'i ii None Of Democratic

honors this week ,when the new i

Everyone is invited to lay aside June ,Espenlaub, 8th grade pu-I issue of Who's Who in American Cross Surgical Room: Nominees Have Any,
r
,cares and war worries for the even- pil, won the first prize for girls! Colleges and ,Universities appeared.I

Saturday and participate in the and was, the most outstanding in- Bob was among the twenty Uni i Opposition Here .
; ing
versity of Florida students who appeared -1 The Tied Cross Surgical Dressing
dividual in the school salvage campaign '
% fun at the Hallowe'en carnival at in the book. Room, located in the City Hall
which closed June collected ,
the school grounds. of the to be I Building just north of the Sugar
Selection names
Although there is not a single
and turned in a ,total of 6,143
Mrs. E. C. Mills, president of' the pounds of old iron, brass and other included in this roster of outstanding -' Office Building, is open each MonIday Democratic 'candidate in this district -

", :P.-T. A. and Mrs. Carl B rner, general students ,was made by Tuesday and Friday in the who has opposition in the
metals and rubber for national war I
t chairman of the, Hallowe'encelebration use. She will receivea Dean R. C. Beaty, Student afternoon and evening. Fifty wo-I general election to be. held next
have been working, hard emergency' President; Bill Cory, Blue Key men can work at one time in the
November
F' prize of $1.50 in defense stamps. I Tuesday, 3, there are
with a corps of assistants for the President; Bill Norman and Inter- room on the all-important job of I nine proposed amendments to the
Second high place and first prize
''l -past two weeks to make!.. this the among boys went 'to Bruce Beards- Fraternity _Representative Peyton filling Clewiston's quota of surgical I Florida Constitution which every

'\. best and ,most wholesome carnival ley, 10th grade pupil, whose total -Jordan.No dressings for our armed forces.It qualified elector should study and
':J in the history of the scho 1; special qualifications are ne- reflects badly on the patriotismof I
; was 4,548. Bruce will also be given be prepared to vote on intelligently. -
The Parent-Teachers Association cessary for inclusion in the list Clewiston" women that the room '
$1.50 in defense stamps. Amongthe
; has as its largest expense the school 1 -girls Jo Ann Crouch and Mary' but each man selected must have is not filled to capacity during I It has always been a very dif-

,; milk fund, and this year a greater Louise Thomas, working together, distinguished himself in some phaseof every minute of the time it is open. ficult matter to get ''Florida votersto
'L amount is needed than ever before.\ college life.Beardsley There are many women who are doing -'
collected 4,548 poundsexactlythe the polls at a general electionfor
Through an arrangement, wherebya same amount as Bruce. They is a senior this year their part; some are doing even I the Democratic nomination, in
of the falls and has been an outstanding student than their but there
good portion expense second more part
will divide the girl's prize most instances, is tantamount to
on the P.T. A., children who eat defense and since his Freshman, days and, are dozens and scores of others who I
of $1.00 in stamps, election and there is very little to
at school, are able to purchase al Richard Griffin, '4th, grade boys will'I has won many honors during his I are not giving sufficient of their I Interest the voter- after the May
Grade A milks I Ir c.areer., He is of worth-while
half-pint bottle of receive a dollar's worth of defense college president time to this or to any I Primaries except when there are

r for one cent. This means that, the stamps as second boy's prize. He the student athletic council. His! project. I constitutional amendments"or
'f entire 'student body at school benefits brother, Dan, was recently elected) who
contributed 1,366 pounds of scrap. There'are many give some where there is a Presidential race::

I, i,. from the milk program, and Gerald ,Fussell, 8th grade boy, i to the presidency of his class. of their few leisure hours to making to be decided.
,also means that the P.-T. A. must for the Red
; and surgical dressings
brought in ,1,014 pounds won 'Voters will have the privilege of
: raise a larger sum of money for the third boy's prize of 50 cents Cross. Ten girls from the sugar I voting "yes" or "no" on constitu-
'
f: "milk. So the Hallowe'en carnival 'in stamps. Nora Oglesby of the APPLICATION FORMS office building have been giving tional amendments. The News
{,, 'deserves the support of every one. to the'
regularly
Tuesday evenings
a ,. 9th grade brought in 805 pounds ;o carried a brief summary of these
This year food will 'go on sale win the girl's third prize. Red Cross. If every one would give ,' amendments in the Oct. 23 issue

,,,: at 7 ,o'clock., A fish supper of Money for the defense stamps MUST BE OBTAINEDBY several hours each week to the I' with comments. Voters are urgedto
fried fish hush and coleslaw Red Cross to other civic and
puppies given as prizes was the" donationof or study carefully these amend-
k will be sold, also hamburgers, the Kiwanis Club. I worth-while projects, the work
I ments before marking the ticket
< :sandwiches, pie, cake, cookies, 'can- The eighth grade won, first place' TRUCK OWNERS would get done and the burden, with "yes" or "no."

dies and pop corn balls. In addition i I among the grades with a total of would not fall on' just a faithful'' The state ballot will read as follows -

there will be bingo games, 13,33pounds_ : ; the 10th grade wassecond I l few. : '

I, : fish ponds for the boys and girls, with 5,420 pounds and the. Truck owners are very slow in For Representative in Congressat

Ii, ".I other games and amusement booths. 6ti1grade was, third with 3,092 making application for certificatesof Citizens Will Get Large-Lex Green.

..',, All prices are most reasonable. pounds.:. The grand total collected war necessity, and since under For Representative in Congress

Children are urged to' come in I in the :school's scrap bins was '34- the regulations no gasoline can 1 Pound Of Coffee from the First Congressional D'istrict -

;: costume and prizes will be. given to 206 .pounds. This was sold to be sold after November 15th for -J. Hardin Peterson. '.

I" : .., the bst boy 'and best girl costume Pan]! ,',-tEjijTaclV. local junk dealer. 'II the use of. these, ,trucks, unless they Every Five Weeks For Justice --. of ,the ,Supreme .>,

\r' in'1eaeti: of three' 'age groups, preschool Records' were "kept af the schoolof have their certificates, owners 'Ctf N. J Vote for 3-=Alto Adam} "
children 'in one group; the amount of brought in I should immediately make application "" -
f.> scrap Rationing of coffee will 'start II H. L. (Tom) Sebring Gl n -'ryr--, %.. ..
fe, grades one through four in another by each pupil who took 'part in the j for them. k '
: Nov. 29, after which one pound -
in fifth relLFor
group and all grade or drive. All who contributed will
Railroad Commissioner.
This ruling, covers all motor vehicles five weeks will be allowed
above in another group.. Costumes be paid for the amount they every Eugene
II for 2-Jerry W. Carter, S;
i except private passenger au- over fifteen years of .
will be judged'on originality,' brought in.Principal. per person I '
Matthews. .'
-
:
tomobiles. All owners or operators the government announced ,
cleverness, appropriateness, and not age '
R. W. Turk, who was '
I of a taxi, farm truck, commercial Tuesday. Coffee has been scarce i County Ticket 4
;: on the cost or beauty of the cos- in charge of the scrap 'drive, stated 24th
For State' Senator for the
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truck, vehicle, other three
l, tume. government or and hard to, get the past 1 '
that the consisted of old iron, '
scrap Senatorial District James: A.
I I motor vehicle for private ,or pub- weeks with the threat of ration- \ :
1 Beginning at nine o'clock in the steel, brass, copper and rubber. At I Franklin. '
II lic use, except private passenger ing becoming a bugaboo.
school auditorium a Hallowe'endance this time no car bodies or '
scrap State of
f For Representative, ,
automobile, should write !immediately This works out to slightly more
will be held, with a local tin were collected, and all such Florida-Elbert L. Stewart. 4.
I to.the. nearest District than a cup a day, and in house- '
string band providing the music. scrap was dismantled and only the For County .Attorney H. A. :
Office of ODT, at Miami, or Tam- holds where children 15 or older .
There will be square dancing along metal for which there was immediate Rider. _
pa, for an application blank. The do not drink coffee, the elders can -
with round dancing, jitterbuggingor need was used. At a later For' County Commissioner, Dis-
application blank must then be, have the children's share'as well
what-have-you, and 'a real square time, it is planned to collect tin, 1 trict 1-G. E. Etherton.
Officeof childless
filled out and sent to the as their own. Of course
dance caller bas been obtained to car bodies and the like when there
District
k For County Commissioner. -
( Defense Transportation, Detroit, families will suffer the most withno '
call the figures. Mrs. G. H. Smallis is' a definite call for them. This II 2--J. O. Davidson. I ,,
Michigan. The certificate wh'ichwiII 15-year-olds and older to bene-
in charge of the dance arrange- would have added: materially to the permit the owner or operatorto fit from. For County Commissioner, Dis- .
ments and assures one a number of pounds collected at this "-
every trict 3-George L. Poole. ,
purchase gasoline after November A pound ,every five weeks for'
ij real treat is in store for them at I time, but it seemed the better plan For County Commissioner, Dis- .
15th will be mailed from Detroit every person who was 15 or older
l the dance. Those who dance will to collect only the scrap that could trict 4-A. J. Evers. ,
I to the individual who applies. when sugar rationing went into
II enjoy it, but even those who do be disposed of at once. For County Commissioner, Dis'r
For this reason all who own trucks effect last May will be the rule.
not dance' will get their money'sworth
I I should attend to this important One thing the more-than-one-I trict 5-Jim Maddox. "'f
watching the dancing. BRINGS DOUBLE THRILLTO
square For' Member of the Board of
transportation I will
application at once, or the cup-a-day coffee drinker appreciate -
CADETS THIS WI EJ\l:( Public Instruction,' school district
J facilities will suffer. .-it will still be possible to '
No. 1 E. M. Cornette.
Honor Roll of Clewiston get a cup of coffee in a restaurant -
l- Don Budge, of ,Miami, director of much is used at For Member Board of Public
regardless of how
Kiwanians
Hear Talk
Elementary School For athletics for Embry-Riddle Schoolof home. Details of the rationing for Instruction, "District No. 3-M. O. -
Aviation, who instructs in, tennis Allen'
restaurants are still to be announr-
First 6 Weeks Period each Wednesday at RiddleMcKayAero On Amendments I ed but it probably, will follow

I College here, brought a dOu- -- that of sugar, restricting commer- All Over Five Truck I

ble thrill to the cadets this week. C.' E. Miner made a talk before I I cial users to a certain percentage

:I' (Mrs. Jewel Gill was called to When he appeared Wednesday, the I local Kiwanis Club Wednesday : of their former consumption. Tires Do ;Not ,Have

\' ( Wauchula by the death of her mother -I he brought with him, another net evening, discussing the merits and And. those who care to substitutetea

I' this week, so names of honor star, George Lyttleton Rogers, for demerits of the nine constitutional cocoa or other beverages for To Be Turned In

I,, pupils in her section of the first I 13 years an Irish Davis Cup Team amendments which will be voted coffee at certain meals can drink

\ grade are not available at this player, and the two gave an exhi- upon in the general election ,Tues- all they wish. No rationing of I

\\i \ time.) I Ii bition match for the cadets. these drinks is being imposed, at The program announced by Price

\: First Grade-(Mrs. Montgomery's day.Mr.. Miner discussed all but the least for the present. I f Administrator Henderson 'on October -

\ section) : Patsy Casper, Linda Lee, i G. Willis Tyson Is ,gas tax amendment, which had been ,Retail sales of coffee will be 15 for turning in surplus

Ronald Hare, Alfred Meador, Carol I previously presented to the Club stopped at midnight Nov. 21 in "tires over five to the government

Arnold, Aubrey deValcourt, Sammy I! Now England by Glen_ Etherton, county commis- preparation for the rationing start- applies only to passenger cars, according -

' Bishop. I I sioner. : ing at midnight 'Nov. 28. In that, to announcements this

'I Ii Second Grade: Sue Cornette, i -c G. B. Thomas was taken into the interval grocers can stock their week. Truck tires and others will

, I Evelyn Haven, Claire Hedke, Janice I I Now it can be told. G. Willis club ,as a new member. shelves for the start of rationing.The be registered but do ,not have tobe

I Magill, John deValcourt, Mary (Tyson, general manage'r of Riddle- sugar ration book will be turned in.

I ;: Fay Andrews, Robert Burkett, McKay Aero College, who has been I WILLIAM: .TEFFERS OFFERS used for ,coffee _and no new reg- Gasoline rations will be issued

,' Claire Jones, Donald Stiles, Berry away from the field for a few MESSAGE TO ALL DRIVERS istration will be necessary. The after the new rationing date, November -

Whidden. weeks, has arrived safely in Eng- last 10 stamps in the book will be 9, only to those owners

I I Third Grade: John Himrod, Em- land, according to announcementmade Rubber Director William M. used for coffee. Because of the I who list the serial numbers of

ma Jane Ezelle, Thomas Walton, by John Paul Riddle presi- Jeffers recently offered this mes- position of these stamps, No. 271 their five tires and certify that

Mary Ann Cushman, Glenda Roan, dent of Embry-Riddle' School of sage to every driver: will be good for the first coffee they have no more in their pos.

\ Beth Gardner. I Ii Aviation. You can save rubber and help I ration. No. 28 for the second, No. session. A heavy penalty is provided -
till I i Mr. Tyson left Miami last week win the war if you will do these 125 for the third, No. 26 for the for falsification of the tire
i : Fourth Grade: Carol Alston, !(for England via the northern route, things: fourth, 23 for, the fifth, 24 for the tatement.' .

I:' Eleanor Von Mach, Rachel Miner, i I at the invitation of the' Royal Air 1;-Drive only when absolutely\sixth, and so on, working back- Those who wish now to prepare

,. Jewel Browning, Joyce Turner, Force to study flight ,training necessary; ward to No. 19. I for the rationing may ship their

Wayne Shelfer, Jimmy Waters. I' methods of the British as comparedwith I 2-Keep under 35 miles an hour. The; plan will involve no curtailment tires at once through the Railway
: Fifth Grade: Jimmy Johnson, those in the United States in'' rations and new '
1 r 1 3-Keep your tires properly inflated of sugar Express Agency- to Tampa Storage
Richard Knight, Lionel Beatty, Ann|I connection with his work of instructing oaks will be available when the and Warehouse Co., the designated -

I Li I ; Prewitt, Harry Vaughn, Jimmy RAF cadets at Riddle 4-Have them inspected reg- sugar and coffee stamps are ex receiving center for this area.

t El Frazier, Niven Gradner, Margaret Field.While ularly. hausted. 77.. W. Perry, local A. C, L. agent,

I1 Himrod, Gene Land, Gilbert Stiles in England Mr. Tyson expects 5.-Share Your Car with others. The sugar ration books were issued has the necessary blanks on hand

i 'f" Bobby Berner. to meet many of the pilots ,for everyone from babies to and will be pleased to ship these
Sixth Grade: Jack Davis, Danny who received their wings in Clew- -- books where The tires
Did you know that the W.P.B grownups. But only extra tires at any time.
'
i i {; Martin, Charles Miner, Robert iston. And when his presence in has announced trucks volunteeredfor the age of the user appears as 15 will be paid for: in cash or war

I' Wiandt, Fred, Young, Nadine Andrews England becomes known y, the former collecting scrap may obtain or older can be used to get coffee.]I bonds> after they have been Inspected

I : Christine Espenlaub, Betty. Riddle Field cadets will : look plenty of gas for the purpose until While consumer rationing of in Tampa, at the ceiling

Horn, Laurie Rogers I forward, to seeing Mr. Tyson. I October 31? Continued on page 8) jrices. r' .
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OUR COMIC SECTION O I Gems of Thought, .


TOLERANCE means rever-
ence all possibilities of
( I Truth It means the charity
PETERB. that is greater than even faith

1GE5CRE N and hope.-John Morley.

I hold it true, whate'er befall,
PEEVED By VIRGINIA VALE I feel it when I sorrow most;
ir1 Released by Western Union.
Newspaper 'Tis better to have loved arid lost,
r Than never'to have loved'at all.
: BUD ABBOTT figures that the ALFRED. LORD TENNYSON.To .

C110yItr I three-year-old son, Bud Abbott Adam, paradise was
Jr., whom'he and"his'wife home. To' the good among his

Wrq r ws have just adopted, is a direct -Hare.descendants, home is paradise"

present from,Uncle Sam. It was
Time Is the one thing we
pos-
rn tit l ltltf lttt'111 a through an official who accom- sess. Our success depends upon

/ panied Abbott and Costello on the use of our time, and its by-

their recent, bond-selling tour product, the odd moment.-Arthur

1) that' the comic entertainer first Brisbane.
)
Jieard of the availability' of the

youngster and subsequently arranged -
(WNUService) I for the adoption. Universal MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS 5s
recently announced the purchase of
the farce, "See My 'Lawyer," as a MO'OLNWHITE
r8. POLL.' CW5f P I/i Vehicle for the two comedians; Mil-
r AN HOUR. AGO ton Berle and Paddy Hart starred in

it on Broadway. Dickens' CharactersThe

4 novels of Charles Dickens

0 > .. Pat O'Brien, who recently filmed contain more characters than do
E TON "The. Navy Comes Through" at 'the works of any other English
Ofy ,RKO, believes that he and Spencer author. His 24 books depict '1,425;

Np 3 1 Tracy can boast the longest enduring individuals. or an average of al-
friendship in Hollywood. It's 'most 60 to a story. '
l lasted more than 35 years; they 1
4 i ktrr. 0- =J were childhood playmates, went to
ulrn school- together, served together, in

the navy daring World War I, and -
launched th professional careers
together.
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;
David- Holt, appearing with Mickey -
Rooney in "The Human Com-
edy," was tabbed as a sure-fire' fu- ..J .
i,1t..t.'L"e.G
'ture star until stricken with infan-

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s'
MSTriAT HOUND SAID 0 GhT Tn? I phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif
YOWL ferent-act different.Purely
HEWASAVULLBLOODBD : vegetable-a
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formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoatedor
( HOUND I r candy''coated, their' action is dependable -
thorough, yet gentle, as millions -
of NR's have proved.Get lOt|!Con-
E vincer Box. Larger economy sizes, too.

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RABBItS FOR SAL[: Comparing: Things
RABBITS!! DAVID HOLT
; s NAWXAW! Thus I knew that pups are like

tile paralysis. Now he's climbing dogs, and kids like goats; so I
'. back toward stardom, after a long used to compare great things with
TE fight. He gives a swell performanceas e small.Vergil.
I IIrv
II a crippled boy in "Pride of the
EN Yankees."

,,,
--I Quintuplets Use
0 Bob Hope is taking no chances o n ,
having readers of his autobiography,,
Q "They Got Me Covered," think tha Musterole Frt
( the Samuel Goldwyn picture of the
By same name is his life story. A foreword
SAM NICHOLSWNU J to the film, which stars Boand
Features. I. &ytrJ'%&(- e SAM Chest Colds !
NlCH01S Dorothy Lamour; declares tha : .
"Any resemblance between th
characters in this photoplay and m e To Relieve Their Coughingand

is entirely fictional," and it's signed, Make Breathing Easier ..
: "Bob "
Hope.
: ,, Whenever the Dionne Quintuplets catch
: OW I cold-their chests,throats and backs are
pI IT'S ON MYa Metro's hoping that it has anothe, immediately rubbed with Musterole-
a product made especially to promptly
FOOTTHAT ,' Greer Garson in Valerie Hobson, relieve coughing and tight sore aching
I' another young English actress, chest muscles due to colds-it actually
1 1IRelouod who's playing the lead opposit helps break up local congestion in the
Robert Donat in upper bronchial tract, nose and throat.
"Sabotage Agent,
Musterole
gives such wonderful results -
o : being filmed in London. Americahas because it's what so manyDoctorsand
; seen her in "U-Boat" and Nurses :all a modern counter-irritant.
"Blackout." Since it's used on the famous "Quints"you
can be sure it's just about the
,
--; BEST cold relief you can buy! ,
When Joan Crawford stepped into STRENGTHS: Children's Mild "
P the role intended for Carole Lombard Musterole for children and people with
tender skin. Regular for ordinary
cases
P l- in the picture, "They Al and Extra Strength for stubborn cases.
Kissed the Bride," she donated her

., entire salary for the job to war
charities. Recently Paulette God- Town Is Man's Work
s. Soil me. dard to God made the country and manS
by The Brndeeto( ) was engaged do the radi
version of the picture on the CB made the town.-Cowper.

Playhouse, and announced that her

rL1ICKY FOR salary for the performance would K
buy war bonds to be put in trus
YOU WAS THE
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l Af I for five children of war heroes wh SURVEY SHOWS
SOFT PEDAL do not come home at the war's 'em '

i, J ::1 -which probably means quite a lot:

,, of bonds!
-'1'- le t ts

Rumors that Gary Grant, would'
: enlist in the army air forces wereI
i I By I confirmed for moviedom when it wa B
j I announced by RKO that "Bundle a
ji i J. Millar Watt :9 for Freedom," starring Grant, had

lI l I : I been moved up on the produCtionI
i schedule so that he'd finish befor
-
iI his enlistment. ,
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i L WNU The shortage of leading men may: r rI
: I precipitate a cycle of man-les:
j films; looks as if Metro is gettin I I
For Vitamin A & D Dietary Deficiency :
II SCORNED I ready by buying "Cry Havoc, a
I Devotion WORSTED little theater play dealing with volunteer WANT TO HELP build stamina
"Dearest Annabelle," wrote Os- -- and resistance to colds? Then try
nurses during the siege o f
wald, who was hopelessly in love. Bataan. good-tasting Scott's Emulsion-
"I could swim the mighty ocean for ,,, containing the natural A and D vi
111 one glance from dear I tamins. Look for the world-known
LJj4J
your eyes. Jack and trademark.All druggists.
Durant Shirley
\1r'l\II Tempi 4e
would
walk through a wall of,flame
r ..." made their
for one touch of your little hands. I rr!II; ,l; r ... screen debut in the sam
"Stand
would leap the widest stream for a \ : picture, Up'and Cheer"; he
Tom-Do you think she will return :word from your lovely lips. As always was part of a slapstick act in tha
your love? your Oswald. "How did Jimmy come out in his musical extravaganza. In "Journe EMULSIONI
I Dick-Probably. She told me she "P.S.-I'll be over Saturday nightif deal with Bob Wasp?" Into Fear" he appears as the mal
I had no us* for it. it doesn't rain-" "Pretty badly stunj." half of an adagio dancing team., opposite ; t
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f r4 NO THE R information on various subjects Answering a determined tap at .....".'.'.:::.. ::: '.. c...:;:' .'..._-... I. ...0\ :1':1'aiElnr. '
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the door, Mrs. Jones opened it to .. k

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The Questions 7. Approximately what part .ofa viously very wrought up about wide, then use them part of the flame and gradually increasing its

mile is a kilometer? something. time with the length across the intensity, the temperature of an

1. What is a confabulation? 8. Who founded the military Or- "It's that boy of. yours," she bed. oven can be controlled more

2. Who said: ,"From the sublime der of the Purple Heart? snorted. "He's just thrown this easily. '

J to the ridiculous there is but one The Answers brick through my window. It came A receiving shelf in a niche at *
"
step"? within an inch hitting me. the top and bottom approach to a Pins and needles- are made of

3. What is another name for'the 1. A conversation. A pleased look came into Mrs. stairway for articles to be carriedup vital wartime metal so have pincushions

thumb? 2. Napoleon. ,j Jones' face."Really or down will save steps and or special receptacles.

.'. 4. What is the meaning of the 3. The pollex. How interesting!" she prevent accidents. keeping 'them. '

legal term "composmentis"? 4. Of sound mind. exclaimed. "I wonder if you will .
'
5. In mythological lore what did 5. Fell in love with his own image let me have the brick? We're try- Remember that it is the contactof A use for onion skins: Wipe gilt

: Narcissus do? ing to keep all the little memen- heat with the dampened gar- frames with a soft, dry cloth.

6. In the Bible what city's walls 6. Jericho. toes of his youthful'pranks; they'llbe ment that removes wrinkles in Then, rub with the skin of an

were felled by.the blowing: of 7. Five-eighths. so interesting when he grows ironing. Don't wear yourself out onion. See how it brightens the

trumpets? 8. George Washington (in 1782). up." bearing, down on the iron.PREPAREDNESS. I

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/d'dsf/ RUTH WYETH SPEARS pul AMERICAN RED CROSS old fashioned mutton suet, COUGHING SNIFFLES
& ;
hl Grandma's favonto.Demand
THAT America will be well itainless Penetro. Generous MUSCLE-
/ Have a Care SO front iar 25t, double supply 35t. ACHES
OLD FRAMED EMBROIDERY prepared on the home ,
/ "I to swimming
owe figure
my
the American Red Cross has set a
exercises." OESIC IN POPPY CORNFLOWER
goal of one person in every hometo Peace at Home
r "Say, did you ever take a look BEFORE AND WHEAT -
be trained in home nursing.Red Regardless of rank, the happiest
at a duck? Ir was Cross home nursing courses man is he who finds peace in

k. A woman's face is her fortunea MADE DESIGN,4 teach simple methods of keepingthe his home.

family well, and how to care
long as it goes on drawing OVER
interest. for its members in sickness. The

G students-mostly women, many'
Get After (Constipation;
of
Carry a Tuners PAINTED men and large numbers young

The top sergeant sang out just people-are also taught to recog- Before It Gets You!
nize symptoms in the early stages.
before the company was dismissed COLOR
I This is expected to help preventthe
.
k- : There's hope and happy days
"All those fond of music step I usual wartime epidemics.So ahead for many of you constipation

two paces forward." far in this war, more than 90 sufferers! You can avoid this
trouble. You avoid
common can
With visions of a soft job in the .1 per cent of the civilian casualties the constant dosing with emer- I.

regimental band, half a dozen men have not been hospitalized. In- gency medicines.. If only you get
stepped out. stead they have been given first at the cause of your trouble!
n The "Now aid and whatever If your constipation that
sergeant growled: emergency of millions, Is duo to lack of
then, you six mugs get busy and POPPY RED treatment was necessary and then "bulk" In your diet, here's what
t. carry that piano up to the ,top sent home.A to do: Eat KELLOGG'S ALL-
BRAN daily and drink plenty of
floor .of the officers' quarters." large portion of such civilian water. ALL-BRAN is a crisp,

war casualties have required home "crunchy, delicious cereal that

i; : nursing care which, due to the supplies the "bulkfood". you I
may need. It not only helps you
RHEUMATIC PAIN shortage of nurses, had to be pro- get regular, it helps keep you I
vided by members 'of the family.To regular, week in, week out. Try
Hud not Spoil year Day-Git after It Now % KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN. Eat it
Don't put off getting C-2223 to re- ; : enable every family to pro- regularly. You'll be amazed at I
lieve pain of muscular rheumatismand : vide home care for the sick, what It may do for you! ALL-
other rheumatic pains. Buy whether due to enemy action or BRAN is made by Kellogg's In )
C-2223 today. 60c, $1 everywhere.Use .
Battle Creek. If conditionis i
only as directed. The purchase H ERE is a sketch of a corner plywood door was hinged to them. natural causes-, immediately after not helped by this your simple treat-
price refunded if you're not satisfied. in a smart living room. Over The sketch shows'how the color- the attack on Pearl Harbor, the ment, it's wise to see a doctor.
the desk hangs a piece of applique ing of the applique picture was Red Cross started a plan to teach

I work that any woman who can sewa repeated in the desk, blotter and home nursing to every family.

seam can make with a piece of stool. Since our entry into the war,
I I etSPEtfAL'DATES natural colored linen, a few scrapsof M S t more than 500,000 men and womenin Fools and WarIf

gingham and odds and ends of NOTE: A hot Iron transfer has been nearly every county in the Unit- there were no fools there

embroidery thread. The.design'is made of this applique design with extra ed States have completed their would be no war.SNAPPY.

i Help sore, itchy, redness of externally of poppies, cornflowers' and wheat, patterns cornflowers and poppies fora home nursing course. Another
luncheon set or guest towels. You will
caused pimples,and so aid healing-use with graceful green leaves. The love working with these fascinating colors quarter of a million are now >tak- -o

RESINOL poppy petals and leaves are of and the quick results are just the thing ing the course in more than 3,000 FACTS
i gingham applied on the linen. The tor Christmas gifts. Send your order to: Red Cross chapters.

bright blue cornflowers, the yellow ABOUT
Any group of 20 or more can
wheat and stems are embroideredin MKS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
1 Bedford Hills New York form a home nursing class by I
XTo relieve distress of.MONTHLYFernaleWeakness simple stitches.
Drawer 10 agreeing on a time and place of
This quickly made piece of hand Enclose 10 cents for appliqued design meeting. After being notified, the nJARUBBER
I work was framed by stretching it pattern. county Red Cross chapter will

over cardboard, and it set the Name ..,............................ then appoint graduate
I AND HELP BUILD UP RED BLOOD! color scheme for the entire a nurse

'!' Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound room. Address ............................. instructor.
TABLETS (with added Iron) have No one would ever guess that the Prepared Exclusively for WNU. Rubber l( not the top of a tree,
helped thousands to relieve periodic desk is a transformation of the but It the, latex found In tubes
( pain, backache, headache with that run lengthwise throughout
weak, nervous, cranky, blue feelings fancy oak one shown at the left. the Inner part of the bark.
-due to functional monthly The sawed off and
I top was a plain Individual owners can conserve
disturbances.Taken, regularly-PInkham's Tab- board added. The bookcases were rubber.Never drivo over 35 miles an
hour,check inflation preasureonce a
I t lets help build up resistance against then added at the sides and the week,check wheel alignment: every
such annoying symptoms. Also, sue months rotate fares (including
their Iron makes them a fine hema spares) to different wheels every
tic tonic to help build up red blood. 3,000 miles.It is not a difficult habitto
Pinkham's Tablets are made especially acquire and it will keop you roUting
for women. Follow label di- longer.
rections. Worth trying! I The GuillotineThe I
A Why balk at 35 miles an hour
restrictions! In Jerusalem 8 miles
4.. .Y .A / 4 an hour Is the limit for automobiles -
machine the French use for with the speed warnings
In Arabic Hebrew andEnglish.
beheading murderers, called the There are His and Hers motifs a crane printed.
T and a swan, three harmonious flower designs
$ 0 AlDSC guillotine, was not invented by Dr. and the dainty bluebird. Grand fora The Army Is supplied by.hundreds of
) thousands of rubber-: trucks
th\ OF \s: Guillotine, nor was he himself exe- ..rY fall bride! Pattern Z9464 is 15 cents. lust one of which for a 2H ton vehicle
cuted by it, as tradition states. Send your order to: takes more than 7 times as'
gciiche .ui much rubber as your passenger car.
As long ago as the Middle Ages
LIQUID there were mechanical devices for AUNT MARTHABox Pontoon bridges are built on
TABLETS rubber floats that take morethan
666 SALVE beheading criminals. During the : 1C6-W Kansas City, Mo. a ton and a half of tubber.r I II
NOSE DROP
COUCH DROPS French Revolution, when oppo- Enclose 15 cents for each pattern II I

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cuted in large numbers, Dr. Guil-
lotine Name ...,...........................
in 1789, suggested that

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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1942

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doubt justify such representation, -- -- :

The Clewiston News it Is not the correct or democratic I I

means of securing it. Get in the Scrap 'r

Published every Friday in Clewlston, The 7th amendment deals' with I ..-
FJorJda, b the CLEWISTON NEWS. Dade County. While good in the I'' 'Ii \J

Tnc. principle of electing commissioners I / (
county wide, it is dangerous In its

KEATHLEY: BO1VDEX, Editor redistrictng clause as future shifts

of population might easily create. ,

Entered as second class mall matter unjust, and unfair inequalities. .
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In The 8th Amendment would per-
under the Act of
Clewiston, Florida
March 3, 1897.Subscription mit the garnishment of 25 per
cent of the salary of anyone mak

ing $25.00 a week or more. It i
Rate $2.00 Per Year is weak and confused in text and i --

Advertising Rate On Application.. should be defeated. I
The last amendment on the bal-'

Devoted to the advancement and welfare lot, No.9, not only smells but also _I 6J
stinks. It is legislation designedto
of Clewiston and Hendry County. .
favor certain groups at the expense -

of all other honest taxpay-

J\\.Ejl.\BER I ers.Ve already have too many: GIVE YOUR OLD METAL AND RUBBER NOW
special exemptions and privileged e
FLORtavPRESS ASSOCIATION!\ I
.i NAnONALEDITORIALASSOCIATIOO] groups. If you want to assume the
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19-4-1 other fellow's just tax, if you wantto II
play the role of a suckervoteYES. copy, as it is just like getting let- -

But if you believe in hon- ters from home:" It makes us (..:NNN. :...NNH. ::.N:..:..:NNNNN. :..:M.M.N:N.N:.;.N.N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::..:N.. ,
send '
est and equitable taxation, where 1 happy each week to out the : .:. .

............. .... .... ........ .. .. ..... News to and the other boys y
(..:..;..:..:.: : : : : : : : :..:.:.:. .:.:.-.;-.- ; ; ; all who should pay are made to you y
pay, then relieving unjust burdenson from Clewiston, and we appreciate Y h
I yourself and other taxpayers, by :your taking the trouble to let us ::: A Representative Of .;.

Too Late To ClassifyBy all means vote NO! '- know you like it. No matter how f y .

around, just as
I know this column has been much you move

RUSSELL KAY plenty dry reading, but neverthe-l rapidly as we get your change' of

less, as good citizens we are call t address, Clewiston lads, we'll keep ili_: Duval Jewelry Company i

:..:..:..:..:..":N.:.1 N..N NNNN N N NN.1 NNN, :. NiAs ed upon to exercise our judgmentin the paper coming to you. '.
: these matters, and it is imperative Private John A. Perry writes ,
his is my last column priorto that we THINK and from Moore Field, Mission, Texas.

the general election, I've decided VOTE: if this Republic is to sur- He says "I look forward each yI

to devote it to further vive. J week to receiving the News' with as I Will be at Art's Soda Shoppe from 2-4 :

cussion of the several dis-I' ,i much! anticipation as receiving a .

to be voted on at that time. II. letter from home-or from my best .

Unfortunately, the language in I..................... .Co.................................................................'... girl-and I really mean that all :;: P. M. each Saturday. Mrs. Caruthers, :_::
which amendments are written the way from the bottom of my y

makes it _difficult for the average heart. Being stationed at Moore y
:: who
: makes regular calls here for the ::
citizen to clearly understand what Field, close to the Mexican border,

they are all about. In consequencethe With has certainly been a thrilling ex-

tendency of the voter is to perience. I have crossed the Rio :: company will continue them in addition t '

"take somebody else's word for Grande into Old Mexico .once since y .

it" or just fail to vote. Our I've been here. The river isnJt as y
The :Attorney: General has ''recently ; Boys majestic as I'd always imagined it :;: to the Saturday afternoon hours at Art's. :!:

issued a pamphlet in whichhe A to be and Reynosa, the only Mexican X

has carefully analyzed each town that a soldier may visit .

amendment, explaining the good]' I in tine I because of limited time, is very ,.1..:..:.'..:..:N:N'.:..:..:N:N':..N N..:M:..::N..:..:N:N.:..:..:N:N:..:-:N..:N N N N:..:..:N:-:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:.(.I:..:..::..,
While
and bad points. more or t ? shabby. However, the trip was

less the product of a legal mind, j quite interesting. .
I'
it deals with the subjects in a I Service 1 "Again let me say that I surely

manner which enables the average : enjoy reading the News each week.
I
voter to grasp the problems, and I I It's almost like being back in ,- \

strongly advise that :you write immediately Clewiston and sort of keeps me in .:..: -

to.J', Tom Watson, Attorney ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: touch with things back home." --1. -.:"' _

General, Tallahassee, requesting -' :0y

a copy. I I Most exciting news of the week Hager Lowe, one of our newest =

The most important amendment'under j' concerns an airman who is a boys to enter service, has gone from: !! Y

consideration will appear as' Clewiston boy "by marriage." Lt. Clearwater' to Kessler Field, Miss-' fJL.

No. 1 on the ballot and is com- Paul I. Williams, of Norman, Okla- issippi. !I Ii't: Let Us f

monly known as the "Gas-tax homa, who married Lois Knight !
Lt. Ed Ward left Camp Pickett, f :
Amendment." This is intended to, early in 1942, has been in the '
Virginia, last week for an unannounced -
Stabilize this, state's biggest de'qt I thick of the fighting in the South- You With \
destination His bride, Supply
problem. It has been endorsed by west Pacific and last week was : "," 5: .
the former Mildred Durst, spent
leading civic and political groups cited for bravery, according to ,
several days with him in Black- y ,
and its passage should be a step news reports broadcast over the I" I .
forward. stone, before travel orders were I
radio and appearing in daily news-
Amendment No. 2 has to do papers.Lt. given. She .returned to Clewistou I .!. .;0- '1
Sunday. Ed is in the famed Third ,
with streamlined state government, Williams was in the Battleof :: X ;
'
Division,. and feels that he and his' WINDOW CARDS .
and makes for speed in legislative Midway and has also been in i :-- .
comrades will soon be destined to .
action to meet the present day the thick of the fight since he was : I '
play active in this global
emergency. If passed, it. will per- assigned to duty in Australia. He an part : RULED FORMS J
I II
.
war. I II
mit to amend constitution .
us our has recently taken part in two 1 ._ : ...
within 90 days, should the spectacular raids on the city of Paul Pullen, who has been on I y : .
ion arise. It occas-I I ::: LETTERHEADS'ENVELOPES '" :::
is endorsed! Rabaul, New Britain, storehouseof sub-chaser duty in the Atlantic, : .:. I
Florida Bar Association as constructive Japanese supplies for the Solo- I arrived this week for' a visit with ., ;:' ::: I

and in line with the t mon Island battle. He pilots aBoeing his wife; the former Edna Leiter, :: : ..:. I
;0-
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times. ; : :. : .
:
: bomber a long range n-17. I
and their five months' old son, -
I u \ .
The Third Amendment has to do and together. with four other pilots i! whom Paul had never seen. I :: .'.. ;, :;: '

with the creation of a Game and dropped tons of bombs on the :_: BILLHEADS7'; ..:, .:.

Fresh :Water Fish Commission. Japanese stronghold and left the 'Ted Prescott; ,who worked in i <:. ::
:
While approved by sportsmen and Clewiston for time and lived .. .
city in flames. On October 19th. some .. :. .. .. l
'HANDBILLS.TICKETS
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: ; :
other groups, it should be given alongwith other American pilots here with his sister, Mrs. Gus --- ; ; :

thoughtful' study by the voter as it Lt. Williams and his crew scored Wenzloff, still thinks of Clewistonas .. :, ""' : :i :.. .. ::
clothes ,the commission with un- smashing attacks against the Japa- home. He is now an M. P. in .. : / ;
.;. ::,3--; :.' :.. I, ,.*;r':' '.
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limited : :::
power' to tax and Spend.It nese warships'at Buln and Bougan- Bell Buckle, Tennessee. Stationed t .. -t. .
I ::: : ..
sets up a practical dictatorshipas ville Islands in the North Solomons. first in Fort Riley, Kansas, then .: II ." \" .( ; : .::.

far as the control of wild life It was on one of these raids in Camp Jackson, 'South Carolina, .::.' ; E T C ,/. ..:..

in the state is concerned. It is that Lt.: Williams, successfully he writes his sister that he is now ::: .: .:;.

undemocratic and dangerous as the I I strafed an airdrome, flying at avery I I on "ration detail' Since that is
powes granted embraces executive, low altitude. For this he the first 'we've heard of ration detail *". At a price surprisingly low" :!: :

' legislative and judicial blanches of!I and; his bomber: were cited for I, we hope he gets that furloughhe's I : .:..
'government and the commissionwould' few weeks and h Y
bravery. I expecting in a I II
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not even be subject to budget -,, Lois is in Norman with Paul's comes down to explain it to us.

p control. As much as we may!!! mother and father, and they have J]I .
need intelligent and constructive I |I.Ve'd like to hear from boys ,outI -
received letters from 'their pilot ) 1r
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fish and game legislation, the I with fair regularity.They are I i West. It's ,been a long time sincewe've 1

price asked is altogether too much I I had news of our lads on the .
all
that he
*. hoping will be due a' y
I Pacific Coast. We have of
I to pay. plenty
relief furlough long enough for a I
Amendment No. 4 provides for I them. The Postmaster at San ?
I trip home pretty soon.. It will bea
' I Quality Printing !
the election of circuit judges by well-deserved rest for one of Francisco takes charge of several 1 1
popular vote rather than their Clewiston News each week, and
ap- those intrepid airmen to whom we
pointment sends them on to boys in the out-
by: the Opin- .
governor. of the present and future owe
ion is pretty evenly divi'dedon' this. so much. Here's hoping there's posts. Then theie's some in California L \

The question is do we wan't our many happy landings ahead for him 'I Oregon, Washington, and y y s
judges under theinfluence of mod all around.On .
and his family. y
I
I ,I wall of the office we've Y
ern day politics or because .of appointment -- one
free from such re., I I started a bulletin board of letter-
A PHONE 39 AND *
letter
was received by The ;
straints and influences. I I! heads from the various camps. It'sj '
The Fifth .Amendment sets al News this week from Lt. Williams' J j" growing now, and we'd like to hear I
up brother-in-law, Pvt. E. S. Knight, I from OUR REPRESENTATIVE :: .
commission for the control of saltwater ) YOU and to have YOUR .
Jr., of the Army Air Forces Tech-: : -.. ...
fishing, its camp displayed on our board.
work
primarily with the commercial dealing I nical School, Goldsboro, North I t :i:. WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU .' ::

fishing industry. Unlike the .Carolina.make Sinclair's letter will "__" : __..-. .;. ,: :!: .
you realize just how much y
amendment t .
previously mentioned '
dealing 'with I your letter, card, gift, or even the _' ) .:. .:.
..
Game and Fresh Wa- : ) : :
home-town newspaper means to the y
fer Fish, it is -
not given the un-
boys away from home. If there'sa h
f foJ
limited power of absolute dictator- :: US .ESTIMATE _.f
LET ON
ship and is subject to legislative soldier or sailor friend some- \ : : ...; :.:.
approval and where that you've lost touch with, .......... \ J x
control. Generally it :: .
ORDER ::
or haven't written 'as"often 'as you YOUR NEXT "
would
improve
the present situa- y I
should, reform .
at once and try to
tion and make for uniformiby of make mail-time: happy "We 'cannot have ftU tra vA :t. ,, '!. .;. !t,
laws a timefor : :. .
and regulations.No. him ,as often as'you can. if our soldiers and gallon AT*to ::: ::: I

6 on the ballot is the amend- SInclairwrites "I want to send have all they need.Franklin ." -- ., --r .i iy' ,v I
ment thatwould provide .
for the Y
you my thanks and D. Room .
establishment of two new senatorial appreciation, .t ..
for I am very grateful for .. }
districts, one to be composed of every .. .:: { I
copy 'that I have --
received.
I BUY t
am
Broward County and the other Gulf .i. ::: I I
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sure that hardly
you can realize -
fare and Calhoun of the state Counties.demands The a com-wel- just what this paper means tome, EYiRYBii I WAR : :;: : THE CLEWISTON NEWSp -. ". *, ''I

plete redistricting of the and, the' rest of. the boys from om- I }, : ::.
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state. While entire I Clewiston ,. ':: .
these areas, that are in the service.I s. -- .- : : -" '>.-,. :!:
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of growth and development not I look forward each week for my I II I .':..................................."....................".........:'...... .._................:..:..:..:'..:..:..:..:..:..: :..: :..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:......... I



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CLFAVISTON NEWS PATE FIVK;
THE
OCTOBER 30, 1942 _
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,. R. L.' Coker, Jr., of Miami, wasa given for high and low score. Mrs. the local church and addressed ,
visitor -in 'Clewiston for a short Clyde' Stevens received a pair of members of the society at a recent For Your !

time Sunday evening. embroidered pillow-cases for first I[installation meeting.Mrs. HUNTING LICENSE
Personals prize and Mrs. Don Plank an ash Arch Hodges and Mrs. Fred .
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for' low Topper conducted the devotional, tor'season 1942-43, see
J. E. Beardsley left this' morn tray as consolation score. I
I served and opened and closed the meet- H. C. NOWL1NGHemlry
ing for Miami where he will spenda .. A chicken salad course was '
few days on business connected by the hostesses to Mrs. Swayne, ing with prayer. Mrs. Allen appointed County Motors, Clewiston

the with the Everglades Drainage, District Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg, Mrs. H. A. I i various committee- chairmen -

Miss Jessie Maloy spent W. Hedke, Mrs. RV.. Turke, Mrs. for the year's work. -- .- --- . '
week-end in Miami. Clyde Stephens: Mrs. W. L. Brant- I Four 0 new members, Mrs. J. E. I

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nead and ley, Mrs. Don Plank, Mrs. Abner I Morris, Mrs. J. Williams, Mrs. I. ROSES-10 for $1.00-Send only
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RAF Cadet Francis Discombe E. Mrs. C. M. Parker $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMING, 2
baby: son of. Tampa and Mrs. F. Vann, Mrs. Clarence Krueger Mrs.A. i Cannon were
underwent an appendectomy at the E. Williams" and daughter of Lees- C. Carlton, Mrs Hugh E. Mc- admitted to the circle. year field grown plants. Shipped

local hospital Saturday morning.J. burg.visited' Mrs. S. J. Yoder this Laughlin, Miss Jessie Malloy, Miss I Others attending the meeting 'j freshly dug. GUARANTEED to

f week.; Lily Padgett, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, I were Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. M. A. reach you in planting condition.

H. McCrea Dawson, Ga., I Mrs. R. J. Lee, Miss ;Evelyn Hare ,!Thomas, Mrs. S. P. "Slonaker, Mrs. Other bargain offers. FREE roses

spent a few days in Clewiston this !I Mrs. George Burdick, who has and Mrs. R M. Hare, Jr. : C. R., Krueger, Mrs. Walker Nall, (described in our free folder.-Send
week visiting friends. I' Mrs. O. A. Clark and Mrs. Topper. I now! Want LOADS of cut flowers -:
been ill at an East Coast hospital '
for she past three weeks::. has returned -I YOUNG FOLKS: ENJOY SURPRISE The Lottie Moon Circle of the ? Then plant TYLER roses -
Mrs. Keathley Bowden, C. J. to the Clewiston Inn and PABTY'FOH BERNARD LETTER I W. M. S. met at the home of Mrs. send $1 NOW. TYTEX ROSE

Lovvorn, Kay and Paul, Bowden is much improved in health. Ben Bolton for the first meetingof NURSERIES, Box 532, Tyler.
-' spent Sunday in Okeechobee. Mrs. A. J. Wiandt entertained a the fiscal year Tuesday after- Texas. (30th-20th inc.)

I Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Bell, Jua- group of young people. Thursday noon. Mrs. Jack Himrod, the cir-
DIr I and Mrs. R. E. Hamrick, Sr., nita Erler, Christine Bell, Leroy night at the Community Center cle chairman, was in charge, and I -

Okeechobee were. visitors in J Hare and Bob Patterson were with a surprise party for her son, led the. devotional. Routine was I FOR SALE-Hand planter, hand

ewiston Friday. among those attending the foot Bernard Leiter, on his seven- cared fol' and officers for the next fertilizer distributor, cultivator

I ball game in Miami Saturday.A teenth birthday.The I year were appointed. Mrs. Clayton all Planter, Jr. brand. Set of little
Mrs. B. B. Wilson is spending room was decorated with I Waters was named co-chairman, discs. All almost new. Box

several days. with relatives in Ba-- baby girl was born to Hallowe'en colors and dancing and j 1 Mrs. Ben Bolton, secretary, Mrs. I 53, Moore Haven, or inquire Ad-.

ker and in Gainesville.. Florida.' j: Rupert Wingate of Lake 1\1rs.\\ Hallowe'en games, bobbing for, apples Leon Bembry, Stewardship chair- i kins Filling Station. R. W. Dun-

-, I in the Clewiston Hospital Monday,i and similar amusements were II man, Mrs. W: R. Broaderick, Mis- klee.
under-
Mach ,
Miss Margaret Von enjoyed.
sion and chairman
October 26. The baby weighed Study coupon ,
tonsillectomy at the local Refreshments were served by the ,
went a
8Jpounds and has been named Mrs. H. C. Meador, publicity chair-
: hospital Monday. Bonnelle.Mr. hostess to Misses Marianne Jones, man and Young Peoples' chairman,

Margaret Morrow, Dorothy Knight, Mrs. H. V. Turner, literature chair-
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Dr. C.. E. Weaver, county super- Mary Mathis, Gloria McDuffie, J. M. COUSE
P. A. Sizemore
and Mrs.
intendent of public instruction, Laure Bailey, Carmen Roland,- man.The '
Circle chose the name of the t':
spent the week-end in Miami. Mr. Counselor and Attorney at Jaw
spent Monday in Clewiston. / Marian Yoder, Betty McDuffie ,Lottie Moon Circle in honor of
I Sizemore, left from there for Nassau Hopkins Building ;
Norma Bussell Miss I
fi, where he has accepted employ' Lavinia Gary, Southern Baptist's greatest missionary -
Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner attended Mary Neeley, Mrs. Paul Pullen in China. Following the business Wednesdays and Saturdajs J
ment for a period of. time on a
the football game in Miami construction project. I Mi s. H, S. McDuffie, Kemper Bond,I II the hostess served, refresh- 0:3O to 4:00

Saturday I .- (I I Lawrence Guthrie, Elbert Hopker,\ ments to the members present. I t tJohnson's
-0' I John Robbins, Sonny Vaughn, How
R. I ,Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse of :
Mr. and M M. Bishop and Moore Haven, Mr. and Mrs. J, E. I I ard Campbell, Medford Dunaway COMMUNITY CHURCH I IHc
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were and Allen DeLoach.
Beardsley and Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,,'. John N. Montgomery, Minister
visitors in Miami Monday
Johnson were dinner guests of Mr.I I
31 US. TIKDKK: HONOR GUEST r AT :
and 1Irs."r.. E. Dilley Sunday. 9:45-Sunday School. Fish Camp
l N Mrs. Julian Dickson and Mrs. E. BRIDGE LUNCHEON THURSDAY
in evening. I 11 : OO-11orningVorship, "Build- (Near Ilmiicane Gate)
;; J. Bussell spent Wednesday ...
Mrs. Otto Larsen entertained ing for the Future.
Fort Myers. ., Clewiston, Fla. "-
Mrs, R.. L. Guthrie has returned with a bridge luncheon at her 6:30: -Christian Endeavor. Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service

''I'" C. M. Allen who is employed at to her home in Nashville, Ga., home yesterday, complimentingMrs. 7:30: -Evening Worship. "The Rates Reasonable

Leesburg made a sh-rt' trip home after a short visit here. Her son. Ernest Tiedke of Toledo, Ohio, Woman for an Emergency." W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
Lawrence who enlisted in the Navy Community Church invites those
business. who is the guest of her son, John I
;,, ; Friday on -- recently returned with her for a Tiedke. I'of all denominations, to worship ,

short visit before reporting for with them. If you have no church --
:r Miss Catherine Menger returned Mrs. W. C. Owen won first prize,
duty. I home in the community let this I
and
Sunday from. a ten days' visit with Mrs. W. L. Lott second prize
relatives in Cincinnati. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley cut. ,All prizes be your church. Don't wait for DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
,.' Wilbur McGehee, son of Mr. and were finger-tip towels. Mrs. I a personal invitation. Come and
Williamson Mrs. J. A. McGehee, who enlistedin let us welcome you. BUTTONHOLE MAKING
: 1 Dr. J. W. of Jacksonville I Tiedke and Mrs. J. M. Francis were 'I
the army air corps several weeks I A part of the service Sunday
representative of the State presented with guest remembrancesby Mrs. Inez
7.' ago, received orders to report and the hostess. I morning will be the ordination and Pope
Board of Health, was .a business I II
I has been sent to Nashville, Ten- installation of the elders electedat
Playing Mrs. Tiedke, Mrs.
visitor in Clewiston Saturday. I were Millcrest Near Passenger Depot
i l' I nessee, for preliminary training and W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, I the meeting last Sunday night.
II Men elected Dr. John A. (next door to Bill Allen's)
assignment.Mrs. were,
Miss Marcia Avent has returned I Mrs. J.. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. L. Lott,.
from a week's vacation, spending /. Mrs. -'S. L. Crochet, Mrs. H. A. i iI Morrow, W. N., Martin, Fletcher

part of the time in Fort Myers and Edwin O. Ward returned Bestor, Mrs. J .M. Francis, Mrs. I,1 Gardner. ..
I
pat' in West Palm Beach I' Sunday from Blackstone, Virginia,I R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. J. E. Beards- The regular monthly meeting of

t where she spent several days with(I r ley,. Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs. the trustees will be held at the ., .

y J. E. Beardsley was in Tampa. her husband; who was stationed" at W>''C. Prewitt. church Monday evening, November I '\'Florist- 'Agency> .....:

Wednesday attending a district! nearby Camp Pickett. Lt. "Ward 2, at 8:00. I

:' meeting of selective service of-j division left last week for an unannounced CIRCLE MEETINGS The leader for Junior C. E. Sun- Flowers delivered here at no
day evening at C:30 is Jo AnnCrouch.
ficials. I I destination. I extra cost. Other towns, anywhere
I Mrs. C. M. Allen, chairman, was I A nice group of girls ,I in U. S. add only cost of

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Elbert Hooker, Lawrence Guthrie hostess to the Amanda Tinkle Circle were present last Sunday and re- telegram, ranging from 20 to

son, Bruce, and D. W. Beardsley and Gus Cantrell were visitors in of the Baptist Missionary Union mained to be the choir for' even- I 55 cents.

v attended the football game in Mi-,: Miami Sunday. The boys made I at her h'ome Tuesday afterno 'n. ii (Continued on Page 8) I :MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

ami Saturdayoon.. I the trip down to visit the U. S, The circle, which was recently organizedfor Western Union Office

L Navy recruitingstation and returned the coming year, chose FOR SALE or TRADE-Small store I
Phone 82 Night 2791FRIDAY
Day
v' Miss Julia Dyess and Mr. and I home after enlistment. El-I its name in honor of Miss Tinkle, I building at Hooker's Point. Will

:Mrs. J. L. Herndon spent the weekend -, bert will be called for duty on No- a Baptist Missionary who visited ,sell or trade for small farm. ltp. I

in' Lakeport with Miss Dyess'! vember 17th, the day on which I -t .

:parents.Mr. I he will be 17 years of age.

1 I rence and' Gus will also Law-I 'rs

and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. duty on the same day. Otis '
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W. C. Owen and Mrs.. N. V. S. who was recently discharged from
I r ad
Mumford were visitors in Miami. the navy due to a physical dis- h ,M ; jaM ly, -a?" s T,

s Saturday. ability made the Miami trip with]

the, boys.
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Mrs. Ernest Tiedke of Toledo,

Ohio, arrived this week for a visit KEN SWAYNE GIVEN '.

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Mrs. A. E. Oliver and Mrs. G. E.]

Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. Sandy Wenzloff were hostesses Tuesday

Bell, Misses Marion Leydig and afternoon at a surprise 'stork show-:

r-: Roberta Spicer were visitorsSat-,j I er given in' honor of Mrs. Ken

urday in West Palm Beach. Swayne at the Sugarland Park
\ j Recreation Center. i[

c\ Mrs. Don Young, Miss Emily i r Various games were played during -:I

: Spender, Miss Phoebe Peterson J.. the afternoon and points I 1

1 D. Hooker and ..Thompson Kent awarded for the winners of each. ,

!: I spent Saturday in Miami... (A11 scores .were totalled and prizes !

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L And. the Situation Is in Hand' SUNDAY LessonBy I I'd bre.e.e like to be' _.little


And blow through
HAROLD t. LUNDQUIST. D.
D.
OR W.EA. ON U. S. marines have been landing on hostile shores for 167 Of(Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Union.Chicago.} -&H the. ni shts.

years. During this long stretch of time the "leatherne'cks" or And rock the, birds

"devil dogs," as they are affectionately known, have upheld the to
sleep in
trees
D. C. The Lesson for November 1
highest traditions of the U.S.. military ,forces. scrappy
OFFICIALS GO TO SCHOOLAll And rescue:;
each of whom individually whip his weight in wild-
can
over Washington, grown men marines, Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
are going to school again. More cats, know no retreat. The U. S. marine corps is a fighting outfit, Council and ol Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by stranded of' ) W
kites' o
than 500 officials of a dozen different through and through, and its members are TOUGH. permission.THE. .
"home wo k" l'CloOl1
departments are doing
Today U. S. marines are CHRISTIAN VIEW
-learning vocabularies, drawing -
maps, and studying charts. It's the< serving their country at sea OF MARRIAGE

latest phase of the Good Neighbor: aboard cruisers, battleshipsand
; LESSON
TEXT-Genesis 2:18-24; Matthew ,
policy. The government is teaching aircraft carriers, as 19:3.6; John 215.

itself to know LatinAmerica.With well as in the Pacific war GOLDEN TEX'r-Marrlage Is honorable In
funds from the Rockefeller all.-Hebrews 13:4.
office, a school has been set up, zones, the West Indies, the ogJa. WNU Features.

known as the Inter-American Train- Caribbean area and Alaska. The home is not just one of the

ing center. Dr. Henry Grattan These pictures take you institutions of our social order, it is

Doyle took a year's leave from to the jungle islands of theS. a part of God's plan for man. It CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I :
to thus holds importance
George Washington university a position of greater -
run it.When. W. Pacific which have be- than institutions of society, \-

Morris Cooke was asked to come stepping stones for i and should take first place in our

head an economic mission to Bra- our march back to Bataan. thinking.,

zil, his experts attended Doyle's 'I. Its Origin-Ordained by God MISCELLANEOUSCHILES
school before flying down to Rio. (Gen. 2:18-24): .
has 28 Right: Maj. Gen. AlexanderA. B-L VITAMINS guaranteed t()
The treasury department Nations and states have marriage ?grow Victory Hogs in one-third less time'
lawyers dealing with Latin America.All Vandergrift of the U. S. ma- laws, and certain civil requirementsmust CHILES 1 Ib.in LABORATORY 400-lb. mash. Price Keswlck$1.25 pound.Va.

are boning up with Dean Doyle rine corps, who leads the way be met. But true marriagefrom

and his faculty. in the Solomons. the Christian viewpoint is far WANTED .
Luncheon conferences are held all more than civil contract. It is an
town to discuss Latin Amer- _u_.__.__uu.uuu.uuu..u..._.. uu a
over ordinance, which God Himself or-
ica-usually in Spanish. Doyle pro- ,.yi. \ 1/.u} ; ,r yJ/,?y/y ria' '" x: 'Sr dt4 lt.. dained from the beginning for the WANTED STOREKEEPERS .
vides a Latin expert for each lunch- r ,471; 7::.,r dSr, yh,: $ ,(, >' f.: J/; ,.. ?}.. welfare of man. WHOLESALERS 1

As Adam gave names to the animals to buy pawnbrokers clothing, shoes, I
eon.WAR DULLS 0 POLITICAL* AXE (which, incidentally, tells of work satisfaction clothes guaranteed., army goods. Complete I

his intelligence and ability) they
The fact that Economic Stabilizer Send for free catalog
passed before him. It became evi-
politics VICTORY
Jimmy Byrnes is not letting JOBBING HOUSE
creep into his job is evidenced by x;; 'f %4' T 4 the appointment of bald, mustachioed fellowship between man and beast,
a that there must be "help meet"
of a
Ralph E. Flanders, as one
the two management representatives for man, one of his own kind, with Scorn of Evil
on his advisory board. For his capacities of personal being. Nobleness of character is noth-

Flanders, who is president of the God quickly and adequately meets ing but steady love of good, and
Jones and Lamson Machine. com- every real need of man, so He created steady scorn of evil.-Froude.
Vt. has been out of Adam's own flesh one who
pany Springfield, ,
was to be his true companion. "If
of the President's severest crIt-
one
: man is the head, she is the crown," Pull the Trigger on
ics.In said Matthew man
fact if he. could get his handson Henry."The
was dust refined, but the woman was
he wrote during
a certain letter Constipation with
the 1936 campaign, undoubtedly he Y dust doubly refined, one move fur- ,
ther from the earth. She was not
would lose no time burning it up.
taken out of his head to top him, Ease for Stomach too
The letter was sent to Joseph Leibof The marines practice with the latest "Commando" equipment. Rub. I be ,
not out of his feet to trampledupon
1930)South of the Bend first, RooseveltforPresident Ind., founder (in- ber boats were used by the leathernecks to reach the "enemy" shore by him, but out of his side to When constipation brings on discom- --

Flan- during maneuvers. be equal with him, under his arm to fort after meals,stomach upset,bloating,
club. Leib had written be and near his heart to dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad
ders asking if he thought business protected", breath,your stomach is probably"crying
would receive the "breathing spell" be beloved. the blues" because your bowels don't
the President duringthe So God ordained marriage, but move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
promised by' down through the ages man has the trigger on those lazy bowels, com-
campaign.The bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease
Vermont manufacturer replied seen fit to tamper with God's holy to your stomach in taking. For years

August 25, 1936,' that Jt was : -' arrangements, adjusting them to many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-
; CL4A rations in their prescriptions to make
i i.k suit himself, so we need to be reminded -
"increasingly difficult" to support ,
-1 ::' medicine more agreeable ,to a touchy
New Deal policies, chiefly becauseof of the truth. stomach. So be sure your laxative con- "
the tax bill of that year, which, II. Its Control-Not Subject to tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's -
Laxative Senna combined with
he said, "makes It practically impossible Man (Matt. 19:3-6). Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the
either to pay dividends or Because of the hardness of man's Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
to lay aside reserves to meet future heart Moses permitted divorce muscles in your intestines to bring wel-
come relief from constipation. And the ,
conditions of unemployment."I (Mark 10:4, 5), but God did not good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative I
can only conclude," Flanders intend it from the beginning. The so comfortable and easy on your

added, "that there is no such thingas ,. AM Jewish rabbis had so stretched the stomach. Even finicky children love the
taste of this family laxative.
a 'breathing spell' so long as Mr. interpretation of that act of Moses Take Dr.Caldwell's pleasant Laxative Senna combined -
Roosevelt is President." that a wife could be divorced for with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on I

Early in 1941 Flanders was appointed almost any reason. The.same was label or as your doctor advises, and feel c.
to a key job in the Machineand true among heathen nations. world'sbetter.GetgenuineDr.CaldwelTs.To .

Tools group of the OPM priori- Our Lord makes it very clear that

ties division. His.company also has 'kS xr5%." ,.v.' R, .:. man has no authority to determine l
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received several substantial contracts t 4-4-Z. y/ a'kdi44 such matters at all, that the unionof Relieve }

; from the government. Taxesare life ,in true marriage is by the

a lot higher' than'in 1936, how- .. act of God, and that no man has Miseries of Head .
ever, and there will- be. breathing- '.<<,",,, :">"'; <-<:".' '-:<> ;::. power to sunder such a relationship.The t I

t spell for profits. ; >"" rJj.; '_. .r whole trend of thought on .
l But when Leib again wrote Flanders < z > 'marriage has been away from its i.
COLDS
j asking if he still held to the ..;!: > .. .. institution
...:: -Z@o:: '""' sacredness as a divine ,
views expressed in the 1936 letter, and we need to return to a proper
Here is the real U S.
1 .
Flanders replied: thing each
All
appreciation of it as such. too Put3-purposeVa-tro-nol up
"Since we are now at war, muchof marines charge up the beach often, marriages are mere civil nostril It (1) shrinks swollen

the misunderstanding of the Y r'Jyyj f (above) at Guadalcanal islandin agreements, hastily made before a membranes, ((2))soothes irritation,

peacetime holds." situation no longer 1'j iiM the Solomon group, with justice of peace. We need to en- clogged(3) helps nose.clear Follow cold-

courage our young people to rec- .
directions
guns and packs. Some of the
Li
SYNTHETIC CHRISTMASThis M- : ") 4F' marines may be seen in the ognizeIII. in folder. I
Its Dignity-Sanctioned by i
December-25-one:year after landing barge. Christ (John 2:1-5). I

Pearl Christmas'Harbor-will with a synthetic be a wooden Santa Left: Eight months to the The wedding ceremony tells us -Buy War Savings BondsIRRITATIONS- <

Claus. The spirit will be the same, % day after Pearl Habor was attached that marriage "is an honorable
but the form will be different. these marines hoisted estate, instituted by God in the timeof

Skates, scooters, sleds, electric '1&2/wfI 14 Old Glory over the first territory man's innocency, confirmed by the S UIID OF
trains;. rubber balls-these will be taken back from the teaching and hallowed by the pres- 8I at EXTERNAL CAUSEacne

scarce everywhere if not absent en- ence of our blessed Lord, and pimples, bumps (blackheads), and j
tirely. Only the stores which'placed 44 laps. Major General Vander- likened by St. Paul to the holy ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve

their orders, early' last January will grift was present, but does not union that exists between Christ and Goes miseries to work with at simple once. Direct home action treatment.aids

have the usual toys, and these probably show in this picture. the Church; and therefore is not by healing by killing germs It touches. Use
to be entered into unadvisedly, Black and White Ointment only as dNreeled.
will, be sold out by Thanksgiving. any .lOc,25c.50c sizes.25 years success. c
i'.r ypY but reverently, discreetly and in the Money-back guarantee tar Vital la '
fear of God." cleansing Is good soap. Enjoy famous
Experts of the commerce depart- Black and White Skin Soap daily.
ment have made a survey of the I At the very beginning of His pub-
toy situation. They find that three lic ministry Jesus performed His

types will be especially shortrubber first miracle as His share of a wed- CORNS GO FAST
toys, wheel toys, and metal ding feast. It is true that He does ,
goods.A share every occasion of joy and sor- Pain goes quick corns
removed when
WPB order stopped productionof row of His people, but it seems to you spooculy uso thin, soothing ,
'children's bicycles last April. be significant that this first occa- cushioning Dr. Scholl's
Zlno-pads. Try them tWNU
Velocipedes, scooters, baby car- sion for His miraculous power wasa

'riages, "flexies"-all will be short. wedding.He I

Clearly it will not be a rolling rtysy was there to rejoice with and "
Christmas. to bless those who had exchangedtheir

Makers of electric trains are 90 vows in marriage. Should He 7 43 41

t per cent converted to making ma- not be the unseen guest at every
terials of war. There may be 50 wedding? Whether in the home or
per cent of the normal train supply in the church; whether the occa- Wh9 1t ;

this year, but they are disappearing sion be a simple or an elaborateone pains I

fast. Ice skates and roller skates % 'rr 2 ; whether a host of friends at- RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO ... I,
are'almost unobtainable, and lead tend or only the witnessesalwaysand
soldiers are practically extinct. everywhere Jesus Christ shouldbe : II

Meanwhile, warlike toys are appearing recognized as the One who stands ry3ANa IIII
everywhere toy bomb- by to bless; and to unite the two II III I II II I

sights, tanks, bombing planes, and lives for His own glory. I
even bomb-banks for the dimes and This means that the ceremony k

' nickels instead of the old piggy should be a Christian one, with
bank. prayer a vital part of it, and the .BRINGS #LESS'EDj

In all this there is one consolationfor I This group of lap workmen, herded behind barbed wire enclosure, will of God paramount. Then indeed Large Bottled! orrsaate0'1o-SnuUSlre i] ] 6Oc
the girls. The war has not U. S. Guadalcanal island. The marine in the God may and will join together AT ILL ODD DRUB STORES ir IT MAIL II liciit if pile I ,
were captured by marines .
disturbed the production of dolls, I on that.".:which no man can put McNEIL DRUG CO.,Inc. ,
except for those made. of rubber. center seems to be enjoying himself as he barks\ out orders to the laps. asunder. 530 Broad Street-Jacktonvllto,FloridaWashington i

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It Would! Earlier Start

THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and ,Now, who could have done this? quarrel with the man, instead of "What lovely salmon!" Two small boys at the charity,
his wife, Lee, are already on their way to Who had access to the house? Ines answering insolence with insolence "That's not salmon; that's cod dinner put their grimy hands side
Tierra Libre when he receives a note of course! Her name leaped to mind Curt indicated a huge square case blushing at the price they're ask- by side on the tablecloth. ,

from Zora When Mitchell they arrive warnJng"them In Tierra not Libre to knowing as he did that she deliber- then being hoisted by the thick-rope ing for it." "Mine's dirtier 'n yourn!" exclaimed -

f they come.find both Zora and her husband ately spied on him in his familylife. cargo carried to the deck of the riv- one, triumphantly."Huh .

dead. It Is Mitchell's Job as chief engineer Lee took the children to the er steamer. The class had had a lesson on !" said the other disdain-
f for a fruit company that Jeff has pool each day the girl had plentyof Both cases were of heavy lumber Eskimos, and were asked to writean fully, "you're two years older 'n
been called to fill. Later Jeff's friend opportunity. were marked from Hamburgvia 'account of it. One bright me."

;; Bill Henderson is also killed, and Jeff Thoughtfully Curt went to a Vladivostok, and the labeled inscription youngster began: "The Eskimosare
suspects his employer Senor Montaya wardrobe trunk in a corner of the said they were generators. God's,frozen people." Come to That
of murdering him and the Mitchells be. room unlocked it, and took from Electrical equipment was of prime "According to the law of supply and
cause they had found a'clue to the one of the drawers a fresh box of interest to Curt, who was responsible As Molded ,demandbegan her husband, who1
at the plantation.
strange things going on '' liked to, explain things.
for the electric' plants at San !
Other sinister figures 'are the company cartridges. This"he broke open to "Figures don't lie. "No
chemist, Dr. Toenjes, and the flyers load his clip with shells he knew to Alejo and Tempujo, if not for the "They're not supposed to. They are now, dear one,"demands"anythmg she interrupted at"it't a store the

Ryden and Lannestock. Jeff and Lee be good. He also loaded two spare small plant at'the airfield. simply"raw material in the hands of the ,law of,supply and, request.";
discover that their housemaid. Is spying clips which he slipped into his Pointing with his pipe stem he expert.
F.h on them. AI man named Collins arrives pocket. asked mildly "Those generators.Are .
from the Canal Zone to see Mitchell, and The two three-yard shovels or- they for me? I, didn't know of IN A WAY
Jeff hires him without arousing Mon- '
dered before Curt took would on order." !
his cart over any
; taya's suspicions.? Jeff finds .
ridges have been tampered'with.. arrive on Saturday-tomorrow. So The Swede stared through and I

t, NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY Montaya had said. Curt wanted to through Curt. At length he said ... [..i' .NONESt.Joseph
be on hand at Cabeza de Negro thickly, "Ask Senor Montaya, if you "' ;;;t

when the ship docked. This meanthe must know. I know ,only my own \
CHAPTER XIV would have to go down riveron job." iA. ft?, .
the first boat at daylight, all of Curt's temper had been buildingup r -, World's Largest Sellerat 10?
: Before going to bed Curt, talked which gave him an excuse to spend for a blow-off' ever since his en-
f, with Monahan about Collins. "Did the hostess put you next to
the night at Tempujo and thus avoid counter with Montaya, yesterday.
\ "He'll make a good man," Slats the questions he knew Lee would Still he'd ''nursed himself along so Mr. Speed" at the dinner last Panama Canal Shipping

f. reported. "A little awkward at first have for him-when she caught his far and nothing was to be gainedby night? Between 1915 and 1940 more
rf. but he knows Diesels and I'd say present mood. words. With a jerk of his head "She told me his whole awful than 67 per cent of the total ton-'
past if that's what "
", he had the makings. He packed his musette bag with at Emilio he strode angrily from the you mean. nage of cargo that passed through'

..r, Evidently Collins had raised speculations fresh'' clothing scribbled a note for dock. Vargas his features set incuriously I the Panama canal traveled from

in Monahan, too, for Slats'voice Lee, and left. followed trotting to keep Needed TreatmentAt the Pacific to the Atlantic ocean.
': was asking questions-who, The afternoon he spent at his of- up. a boarding house a guest I

what, why? But Curt didn't know fice cleaning up detail work then "Clubby chap, what?" said Curt, Was sawing away at the sinewy

the answers himself-and Emilio pulled out for Tempujo. There too, with a short laugh when he could knee-joint of a roast chicken leg.

{; shared the same tent with him now he plunged into paper work for an trust his own voice. To help cover At..last,. waving an arm towardsa ,Relief At Last
f. chat he had shared with Montaya his he fumbled with his
feelings bottle
hour, then at seven had supper at of sauce on the, table,
tt', ,0 on his first visit to this camp. the mess-hall. Emilio of course pipe knocking out the ashes, stuffingit near the landlady's elbow, he
E.. But the matter of Collins didn'tend clung like a leech. again. Then he simmered down said: ForYourCough
there. As Curt called at Montaya's and added grudgingly "Of
course
/ "Senor Montaya will be here ear- "Pass the liniment,please, Mrs.
office on his return to San he's 'right', in a but aren't we
way
ly on Sunday Curt told his shad- McPherson. This seagull has Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
:7 Alejo-the following noon, Friday- : toward end here? I
all'working one ,rheumatism." it goes right to the seat of the
k., he found "The Dark Lily" frowning I need a drink. How about you?" -- trouble to help loosen and expel
,
and in a bad humor. The Spaniard He was about to turn into the can- germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
s" came to the point without his usual He Should Know to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed -
tina he'd visited ,the of landing
day
"Does bronchial ,
the
foreman
know that mucous membranes
\ circumspect approach to a subject.
here, but Emilio held back. the trench has fallen in?" asked :Tell :your druggist to sell you
+, '- "You hired 'a man named Col- "There's another bar down the the contractor. a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
< lins, no?" he commenced bluntly. derstanding you must like the way It
street, he said hurriedly. "You ''
"Well
: "I had not forbidden this especial sir, replied the 'work- quickly allays the cough or you are
may like it, better. man, "we're digging him out to to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
Mr. Curtis, but it must not be re- C s in mood.
Curt, however was a tell him.
If the occasion arises'to hire "Man, what's the difference, this
L'peated.a person locally I must first interview ?'4k one, that one? Come along!" He for Coughs,Chest Colds BronchitisGold

' h that person and decide for my- pushed ,Emilio into the room and to There is really nothing more ,
, '- self." the bar. pleasant than the warm glow you '

Curt stared, unbelieving. Fresh from the glaring .sun, his get when you know your gift is a Means
, "There is another thing. Emilio eyes didn't take in the scene imme- well received. For, assurance of Misers mistake gold for good'

; tells me you were separated on the diately. He was half blind as he that this Christmas send those whereas it is only a "means of obtaining -

trip." I. mounted a stool, ordered a drink, smokers on your list Camel cigarettes it.-Rochefoucauld.
"k' Curt glared. I and indicated with a wave of the or Prince Albert Smoking
"He-ah, feared I would censure hand that Emilio should order for Tobacco. They're favorites both
him if I should learn about it. HeI' himself.. especially.with men in the service. A VEGETABLE
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f told me- in order to protect himself Then his pupils expanded. In the You have your,'choice of three distinctive .

Mr. Curtis I told you distinctly mirror behind the bar he saw the gift-wrapped packages. Laxative
:' that Emilio is to accompany Tierra Libre customs official and his Camels in the Christmas Carton,

;you-" lieutenant. They,were drinking and 10 packages of 20's-also the, gay For Headache,
;, Curt was in a rage when he left playing poker dice with a man "Holiday House" containing four RE j Sour Stomach

Montaya-such, a rage that he whose face was vaguely familiar. boxes of "flat fifties." Either way and Dizzy,

couldn't go home and face Lee at Curt had noticed on the dock that you give 200 mild, flavorful Cam- s 'al Spells when Con-
once. Too quick to read him I els. Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco caused by
was morning that there had been no w stipation. ;Use
Lee. Nor did he want to go to his customs official to inspect freight-as comes in the pound canister all, Sri; only as directed.

r. office in his present state. So he it was unloaded. He'd given this wrapped and ready to give. The 15 doses for;,
had a Tom Collins at the club bar, no special thought at the time. packages even include space for m' only 10 cents. '
then another. With the second drinkhe your "Merry ,Christmas" mes-
To cover his thoughts, but still
recovered himself to the point of sage. You'll find them featured by I
Curt notebook
frowning pulled a
,
lighting his pipe and headed for local dealer
your as gifts sure to
home. from his pocket, scribbled a few
I words out the He please.-Adv.
ripped I
page.
There he found that Lee and the
pushed the toward Emilio."I .
paper
t children were at the swimming pool '
behind the clubhouse, had been 4 need a hundred men at Tem-
pujo by one o'clock," he growled.
while he'd been fuming to himself
just a few yards away. The 'cook, "Also, the launch will have to make IN THE INFANTRY i
about to climb into a hammock another trip to the levee camp to they say-

r' slung under the house for her mid- bring down Monahan. Get this'mes-

day siesta, called the informationto Someone had replaced his supplyof sage off for me, will you?" "TOP KICK'for first sergeant [ ..,4

him. Ines, was off duty in the cartridges.ow. All the while however, he was

\ middle of the day-from eleven to "He wants to talk with Collins. racking his brain over the third man VNHEAD SuCIET"fornewsteelheltnet

three-so the house was empty. Get word to with the customs officers. He wasa *
camp by the supply
Just as well, Curt thought, for launch in the morning for Collinsto Nordic certainly. At,last it came eHOW"for their food
4 this him chance to him. The man was one of the
gave a to inspect come to Tempujo on its return. ''
his stock of cartridges. The incident It'll be the last chance to get him mechanics who'd been working at CAMEI. for'their
of the evening before was still here in time." the C. A. T. airfield the day of, his favorite
sharp in his mind. visit there. cigaretteThe
He got to b'ed early, put in a good c
\ He went to the escaparate in the As they returned to the dock Emi-
night's rest and after
snatching
bedroom the tall two-door lio had the radio favorite the
wardrobe breakfast in the cold gray of the message sent off, cigarette with men in
i that held his things and Lee's. false dawn, made an uneventful trip and by eleven they were on their Army Navy, Marines, and Coast Guardis
From the top shelf he took back to Tempujo with the
down down river to Cabeza. Emilio Vargas way one Camel. (Based on actual sales records '
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the small paper box that held the machine this steamer could ae: > S
was silent with early morning carry. in Post Exchanges and Canteens.) a :<
rest of this lot of bullets.He
sulks.It Reaching the' river port by one-
turned it over in his hands, was midmorning by the time thirty, he found Collins and, the rapidly -
read the label, spilled the contents the tarpaulins had been removedand gathering gang of men. Mona-

onto the be'd. He examined the the first shovel lowered over the han arrived by two o'clock, and, the Y 'f
shells one by one, but could detect side to the dock. Its own brakes rest of the ,day was spent in gettingthe GIVE ME

nothing wrong with them. released, the big machine two machines assembled, serviced -
The bullets he'd shot simply hauled by the dock's baby tractorto was and on their way to pick up CAMELS FOR
hadn't had standard'charges.. Then their sectors of levee work.
the side of the river steamer then STEADPLEASURE!
the rest could be faulty, too. While loading. This job went smoothly however

turning this over in his mind his Curt's purpose in coming to Ca- and it was just as well Curt was THEY'RE ,

hand was pushing the bullets absently beza had been two-fold. First thinking, that he hadn't made an issue '
into piles of six, the number the natural anxiety to get at was the of his plan to unload on the riv- EXTRA MILD.. ': : oyA 1.
',' held in a clip. bank at the job. If things wentas
\ new machines, the child's reaction er THEy'VE r
AND GOT
His brows knit. He
counted the toward promised toys. But, specifi- well tomorrow, the two shovels
I piles again. Yes, six in each, and cally, he'd intended trying to jolly would be at work Monday morning.But PLENTY FULL
there were four piles. But here Ryden into delivering them at the it had been a strenuous, tiring AND

were three bullets left over! Twen- job upriver, instead of at Tempujo.In job. After an early supper at RICH FLAVOR
ty-seven bullets on the bedspread.He the Tempujo mess-hall-with Collins NOTE
thought back. He hadn't any case, Ryden's present humor -
shot and Monahan occupying "a table not
the gun' since about a meant a definite refusal ofCurt's THIS :
year ago, far from Curt and Emilio-Curt returned -
when he'd done some target plan, together with possible
prac- to his bungalow.
tice using three full clips-eighteen unpleasantness, perhaps even a :
quarrel so Curt remained silent He switched on the lights, flung The smoke ofslowburning .
shells-from a fresh box. A fourth his hat to the table by the door.
puffing steadily at his pipe he 1
loading of six from the same box as Emilio settled himself on the porch "
had been in his gun ever since land- glumly looked on. with magazines and his everreadypack

\ ing here. He stood on one foot, the other of native cigarillos. Curt had

I: Each box held fifty. Eighteen and planted firmly ,on a keg. Emilio his trip across the river in mind.

six and twenty-seven are fifty-one. straddled another keg nearby. Ry This was Saturday, the night he'd
;,, There should have been but fifty. den came up 'behind the two and arranged to meet Mclnnis at River- c 1Met CAMELSconta
Someone had replaced his supply of now offered his first voluntary remark bend. He had to get rid of Vargas
cartridges-and those loaded in his of the day. somehow.

gun-with cleverly forged, under- "Am I handling satisfactory so "I'm going to bed, ," he told the I LESS NICOTINE
charged shells. Ha! but they'dmade far?" man. "Need a good night's rest. 11s ,

,a _mistake in counting:: his There was no mistaking the gut- You'd better get one, too. When you
than that of the 4 other
good bullets and had left one too tural-voiced sarcasm. Curt. swung leave, see that the night latch is on. largest-
many in their place! This must be around leisurely, looked at Ryden a Good night." NaooMrsrs selling brands tested-less than any

the explanation of those duds he'd moment, and his. lips framed a nat- "Buenas noches, Senor." JJLEND crs r oftheOlaccordingtoindependeotscientific
shot; reply. But, determined not to : tests of the smoke itself
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: EIGHT ..! THE CLEWISTOtf NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1943'COMMUNITY


:: CHURCH ,, ian friend-, let's search our -hearts:--and Health Association and its ; Did you know that half of every I, When you have something that

'- j let's; search our hearts and clear filiated locals. af-I tank, gun and ship ,is made from you want to sell place a want ad, in W
1 (Continued from Page 5) : the channel of prayer., -- --- scrap metal? \The Clewiston News ,
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ing service. We are counting upon Three.New Houses ,
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= the boys to help us out this: Citizens Will Get- I 1
,Sunday. Sold This Week *

Ladies' Aid meets Thursday afternoon -' I --- wwt1
'- November 5, at 3:00 in (Continued from page 1) I II -
the Community Center. Mrs. R. W :|I coffee substitutes has not beer Sale of three Clewiston;: residences -

"Turk will lead the discussion. Hos'! imposed shipping uncertainties af- has been announced this week. WAR BONDS SCRAPWERE

'tesses are: Mesdames Wylie, Conk'' feet most of them and, supplies on Mr. and .Mrs. R. t. Marshall have I i

ling, Martin and Bigg. All ladle: the' grocer's shelves may be limited bought one of the new defense I

;are invited. I I' houses on Ventura Avenue. It: is It's not a pleasant picture to ,con- YOU SURPRISED
',The choir will meet In the Supplies of cocoa and powdered number 16 of the group and is located template, but War calls for "blood eAT
Church at 8:00 Thursday evening'All .I I chocolate are being cut to 60 per- across the street from J. E. and sweat and tears." And the Army THE AMOUNT: THE

members of the community whc cent of the 1940 consumption by Baker's and is t between the Elmore Medical Corps with its efficient

enjoy ,singing are invited to b'there. a limitation of cocoa bean grinding. and Schroeder houses. This is the nurses and its volunteer Red Cross SCHOOL CHILDREN

I The beans come mainly from Africa last of this group of 'homes to be "Angels of Mercy" needs thousands COLLECTED?

The Church-time Nursery .had its and Brazil. sold. The sale was handled_ by the of surgical beds for field and base
beginning last Sunday. The children Tea also may be scarce. All Beardsley office. hospitals on every front.
their stocks of green tea, which came ,
while
good time
had a Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stone have I
able to attend church. from Japan and China, have been I
parents were sold the residence: occupied by the
:More parents should avail themselves frozen for government purchase H. Phillips family to Mr. and Mrs.A. .
of this opportunity. Leave and none is available to the pub I There's Some
: J. Thielen, of Lakeport,' who
Build- lic except small quantities already '
child at the Community
;:your will move in as soon as the Phil
Ing with the women and get the packed in containers of a quarter I
/ lips are located elsewhere.Mr. Scrap Around i
I smaller.
the child again after church. pound or '
and Mrs. R. H, ,Knight have -
Sunday. morning. is the beginning Only 50 percent of the 1941 con ,
I which
purchased the home they
'of the ,campaign for the war-time, sumption of black tea is availableas occupy from Mr. and Mrs. John A.I Your House.
service commission fund. Contributions a result of a limitation imposedlast
will be received at the, April designed to make a six- Stone. I These beds cost approximately $22

:services: both November 1 and 8.I' month supply put up in packagesof The second group of new defense each. They are the latest thing in Get It In!

}fake ,your, gift to this most worthy a quarter pound or less. Some houses are being completed. Thereare ,j modern hospital beds with elevating
'cause generous: imports still arrive but not in sufficient twenty-five in ,this group and I springs. In some instances surgical -

--' quantity to indicate a liberalization I they are being sold at, the rate of |I' cots are used in temporary field

.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of the sales quota. about one ,per week. :i hospitals and there is a folding bed ,
I } which be used in ambulances.
H. C. Meador, Pastor Price Administrator Henderson may
I attributed the coffee situation Kerosene Rationing I Your' purchase of War Bonds and
I Stamps can buy many of these CLEWISTON REALTY
,Sunday School-9 : 45 a. m. chiefly to excessive buying by pan-
beds for thp Army. You'll sleep
,Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. icky housewives. Has Been PostponedBecause
better if you know our boys have and DEVELOPMENT
Training' Union-6:15 p. m. "There is for
no reason anyoneto every hospital comfort. Buy War
"Evening Worship-7:30 P. m. ; run to the corner grocer, put
worship forms have not come in, Bonds every pay day. Invest ten CORPORATION
"YOU ARE INVITED to the squeeze on him and try to force percent of your income. .
registration of dealers and consumers -
with us in our completed church. him to help a hoarder," he declared U.S Treasury Department
of fuel oils has been postponed,
the'interior
TThe painter, finished decorating in a statement. "There is absolutely -
of the building this weekend according to W. N. Martin, chairman -
excuse for hoarding
no
it will now be more conducive I coffee at this time." i of ,the local ration board. Registration .
had been scheduled for
tor 'worship. The ration program is designedto '
School Training I this week with dealers registeringthe
'i'he.Sunday. : reduce per capita consumptionto
first of the week and consumers -
glass" just completed, promises a .10.4 pounds a year. For 10
in our Sunday School of kerosene and fuel oil reg- I ;'j It'sYOUR
new emphasis years before 1941 it was about 13 '
istering Thursday, Friday and Sat-
invitedto
lw rk. You are cordially ,
pounds a year, Henderson reported
attend this next Sunday morning urday. I sIt II fight too!
but it jumped last year to 16 /
and get in on the beginning of pounds, an all-time high. I is not known Just when the I /

Ibis 'new program. We have classes registration and subsequent rationing }\

for every age and consecrated of kerosene and fuel oil will BUY U.Sr.y

teachers to lead_ you in the study I CHRISTMAS&ALS take place, but the officials in
ot God's word. charge' will attempt to have mostof I !

HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN the problems solved so that I

'W dnesday night is prayer meeting rationing may not work: an injustice \ -

"n gnt. Our great religious leaders on anyone before putting \

Tare telling us if we win this war it into effect.

God's people will have to pray Ii The local ration board will make I

Let's not permit Clewistonto -
"more. announcement of the dates for
be a back number in 'this respect. I registering just as soon as the
Join in this all important midweek -
us regulations are complete land instructions ;
service. Time 7:30: p. m. Fnhftt Your tfern and forms arrive
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SUNBEAMS will meet at the from TubtrtuloutProtection -- .

'church on Thursday at 4 p. m. All ., -<- ","
mothers with children between the of the home front is Child Breaks Arm Between Sea Battler

'ages of 4 and 9 are urged to see the slogan of the 1942 ChristmasSeal

*that their children get to this Sale and defense councils In Queer AccidentMoore

meeting.: Many of the great lead'ei's throughout Florida. A prevue of
of our religious world received the '1942 Seal is shown above. This'ear's I e e

arly religious and missionary ) Chistmas' Seal, symbol of the ( Haven Democrat)

war against tuberrulosis, was de- Mildred Langdale, five-year-old
training such as these boys and
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Dale Nichols, outstanding daughter of Mrs. N. L. Langdale,
girls will get at this meeting.DO .. I signed by i
j I suffered a compound fracture of :
YOU KNOW that every American artist whose paintings I
the left arm at the, elbow when
Christian ought to be a praying of red barns have long been 91
1942 Seal shows a she ran headlong into another
famo The
Christian? Over and over again in s.
child with whom she was play- WAR BONDS HERESALES
God's word we are invited to talk country scene with the typical BUY YOUR
Nichols red barn and white farmhouse ing while visiting in Clewiston
with our Heavenly Father.. Why,
Sunday. ALREADY THIS MONTH EXCEED 51,000hPIILu1I
then, do so many neglect this great in the background. It is
privilege? There are at least seven one of the most attractive designsin Taken to the Clewiston Hospitalthe I

chief hinderances to prayer-sin in a list that now numbers .36, one injury showed certain com- t I

the heart (Psa. 66:18) ; Unbelief for each one of the years the plications which necessitated her

flames 1:6-8) ; Selfishness (James traditional Christmas Seal Sale removal to Miami for the care of "

'=4:3)) ; Pride (James 4:6)) ; Unfor- campaign for health funds has been a specialist. ,

/"giving Spirit (Matt. 6:15) ; Neg-I onducted; throughout the nation. 1 1 1 I l yaws.

lect of God's Word (Prov. 28 ) ; The brilliant seal radiates the!j Did you Know that the nation a.

:Disobedience (I John spirit of the slogan "Protect Your 1 I 1 I lG .
must build its iron and 1.1.M
u:> scrap
'God will help you to 3:21-22)\\ Home Against Tuberculosis.
steel to 17 million tons by Janu-
offered
, one or all of these Seals in Florida will be
:
.-. are in earnest with Him. Christ- for sale by Florida, Tuberculosis ary 1st?

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