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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLUME 13-NUMBER 50 CLEWISTOX FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1942 .SUBSCRIPTION: _-$2.00 PER YEAR LI



U. S. S. C. Official Denies Four Selectees Are Little Interest Shown In

At
Accepted Blanding


Jury's... Peonage Charges Of the last five sent to General Election Voting

v Camp Blanding for induction
army I ................. -
I by the local selective service board C''r
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Indictments and Tubes For four were accepted and 'one, re-I i I
; Red Cross Room Only 343 Votes Are
i jected. Raymond E. Shaw was rejected -

L Federal Grand I Month of October, while Lindsey' Hale, 'OscarShalton Has Cast
New In
I Luckey, Winfred Ham! Workers Tuesday
.
On mond Burke and William K. Col-
F. I lins were accepted. Hendry CountyThe
Tires
Passenger As!! a result of a plea for more
i ti Doke, rural mail carrier, 1;' Two others scheduled. to go in workers in the surgical dressings '
II
Jay W. Moran, i this call Paul Prior ,
i Realty & Development were and room of the Red Cross last week, unofficial tally gave the.
president and general 2 (light weight truck). Thomas Oscar Wilkison. Prior twelve new workers made their I number of votes cast in Hendry
the. United States Sugar had already enlisted in the Navy County( 343
Passenger Tubes appearance this week Mrs. W. H. as only in' Tuesday'sgeneral
r tion, emphatically denied Sigler, power plant main when called and Wilkison failed to Lanier, chairman, is gratified, that 1[ election. This was less
istence of peonage or 2 (for obsolete tires) ; Tom report. He was in the woods on a Interest increasing in this work, J than half ,the vote' in the last off-

bor conditions on any of : farmer and stock rats hunting trip when ordered to report and stresses the need for year' general election which totaled

tations of the corporation ; (for obsolete tires) ; Hendry and never got the call until I!" more workers to help I keep even the 725, and was in the year 1938. In
ed as "astounding and [ Motors 1 (for obsolete too late. He will go with the No- production going forward. !| the 1940 November election when
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ous" that the corporation, ) ;' E., E. Gross, city', 1; W. C. vember group. The dressing room is each I the nation elected President Roosevelt -

partment head, and three farming and hauling swill, Major. ,Herbert Couchman in :Monday, Tuesday''' and Friday open aft-!i for a third term 1401 per-
t had been indicted by a, charge of the classification and '
I obsolete tires) ; Loren M. oc- ernoons and sons voted.
grand jury in Tampa I i iharges. superintendent maintenance cupation division of selective serv-i hand evenings. Instructors Of the 343 votes cast Tuesday
j are on at all times to help
His statement !I McKay, 1; United States ice for Florida, from the state of- beginners learn the knack of mak- District No. 1 accounted for 115,

to the Associated Press Corporation, 3 (light weight fice in St. Augustine, was here ing the dressings properly. District ,No. 2 added up 63, Dis-

the announcement by / ; W. W. Perry, mail service, last week to meet with members of Any who can spare all or part I trict No. 3 totaled 73, ,District No.

torney Herbert S. Phillips I obsolete tires) ; W C. Owen, the Glades and Hendry boards in of an afternoon or evening on the 4 counted 39, and District No. 5

Indictments' had been I (engineering h 1. regard to local conditions and present days the room is open are urgedto showed a' total. of 53..
"This company has Truck Tires methods of classification. .H. A. Rider for
county attorney -
go over at that time. A clean
H tained the highest" I Aero College, 5; Under a new induction set-up I|j wash dress and no fingernail polishare and J. O. Davidson for county

living conditions, Mr. States Sugar Corporation, which became effective November!I the only "uniform" require- commissioner, precinct 2, tied on
;- dar d. "We provide 1! (Continued on Page 4) 1 inductees are permitted only J ments. a high of 275 votes polled, and

a fuel, medical attention and seven days off before beginning actual -' ,j Elbert L. Stewart for, representative -

ing, as well as pay the service instead of the four- ,followed with 273. On the
earnings. The fact that teen days previously permitted. state ticket Hendry
:' County gave
I'' ,field workers return year _AMENDMENTS CARNIVAL HERE ONHALLOWE'EN I James A. Franklin 277 for state
: even in this year of senator.

: '. age.-is proof, that our ARE GIVEN BOAT OWNERS WILL The county ballot showing the
.:
;.- satisfied" with our NIGHT I number of votes polled by each

: them.M. E. Von Mach, I BY COUNTY' BE REQUIRED TO WAS five candidate reads in as districts follows: one- through

,,: ager for the corporation, BIG SUCCESS, Representative, Elbert L. Stewart -

"McLeod, superintendent of 110, 42, 55, 25, 41, total 273.
Beach plantation, Oliver. REGISTER MONDAY I County Attorney, H. A. Rider,
County voters favored The most successful Hallowe'en
pard, superintendent
of / 107, 44, 58, 22, 44, total 275.
Shore plantation and lax amendment 'by a huge celebration in the history of Clew-
liamson, superintendent of of 240 for to 32 against iston was the annual Carnival County Commissioner, District 1,
Announcement is mad G. E. Etherton, 109, 32, 45, 22,
this week
general election Tuesday. given as benefit
:ami Locks plantation, a by the Parent- total
constitutional amendment by the United States Engineer sub- Teacher Association the 40, 248.
jointly with the I on local 1
] 1. At'the'same office here that there will'be school County Commissioner, District
time
indictments'which by a grounds: Saturday evening.
I on two counts. The were 158 against to 37 for voters two Coast Guard enlisted men in Mrs. E. C. Mills, president, Mrs. 12.42 J. O. Davidson, 105, 49, 54, 25,

charges the defendants / thumbs down on giving tax Clewiston on Monday, November 9, Carl Berner and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, total 275.

r. oppressed, threatened and on property used ,one- to issue identification cards to boatowners committee on ,carnival arrangements County Commissioner, District
3, George L. Poole, 104, 33 62
,
and to reissue all identification
of the time for
r- dated" negro field educational, with the operation of I ,
23
41
total 263.
l. .peveut free exercise of. 't religious or ,other pun cards that were not obtainedin scores of parents, teachers and I ,
t under the .13th amendment' i ThH Rn-: : umber 9, or the West Palm Beach. many individuals""*ti.Ti' are not, in County "District
"' 4, A. J.. Evers, 107, 31, 49, 29, 41,
.; 'constitution relating, to These identification cards are any way connected with the ...association total 257.bounty. '
:0'. ,servitude and the second others, the vote was 102 necessary for all 'persons who desireto made an outstanding success Commissioner
District
'charges that they conspired amendment 2, in favor of travel by boat, either row boator : of the event.
5, Jim Maddox, 107, 28, 48, 23, 46,
late federal anti-peonage ,the, constitution in. spec power driven on Lake Ok ech The P.-T. A. treasury netted total 252Member.

'. Otis E. Mulliken, chief I 118 to 82 on amend bee or its tributaries. Sportfishermen $370.13 on the affair. Tljis amount School Board, Felda-

labor section of the against setting up a fresh ,. duck hunters, etc., will I goes into the general treasury ofI I Denaud District, Iii. 0. Allen, 106,
,Agriculture sugar' section, commission, 105 to 87''I be required to have this jdentifi-j I the P.-T., A., but the largest item I 20., 38.. 18., 40.. total 222. H.Commissioner .

F' "fied' before a 'Senate 4)v 4 against electing cation card on their person. I of expense of the year is the Milk Dyess, independent, polled 0, 13,

1940, according to Mr. i of appointing circuit judges, In applying'for such identified- :Fund and most of the money ,will 8, 13, 13, total 47, as a write-in
the standard of living of 81 on number 5 against a I tion cards it is necessary that the be used for that purpose. opponent.

employed ,by the sugar fish commission, 119 to : applicant present 3 photographs an The school grounds were lighted Member School Board, CI\ewis-'
"is higher than that of I! inch and a half square. I
I 6 against re- ,, I| with flood-lights, the lights' from ton E. M. Cornette, 112, 31; 48,
'agricultural workers in I the. senate, 100 to 62 It is understood that the CoastGuard i the athletic fields serving splendidly. 20, 38, total 249.

tiental area and that on 7 against redistricting will begin cracking down on"I There were various booths of The following is the state ticket

I sugar cane workers in commission and 138 to violators within a very short time I food, hamburgers, weiners, pies by districts in the order in which
: (Continued on Page amendment 8 against garn- and it is believed from the announcement cakes' 'and home-made goodies were the names appeared on .the ballot:

>- i 25 per 'cent of salaries for that all boat owners,' sold. For the first time a real Representative 'at Large Lex

John H. Doty Dies even those who obtained cards in out-door fish ,supper was provided, (Continued on Page 8)
on the amendments by Belle Glade a few months ago, will which was prepared on the groundsby

t ,Sunday 1 to '5 was: be required to get new cards. It a committee of men. Crop Loss Faced

',' One: For-90, '42, 48, 30 is most important and all commercial There, were many amusement

,In Vicksburg; I -'' 14; 4, 11, 0, 3. ..., fishermen should make arrangements booths, games and other entertain- By 'Glades Growers
'For-42 to come to Clewiston on
: 14, 16, 14, ment provided. Prices were moderate -
-50, 17, 16, 2, 5. }Monday as well as all others who and the main interest of the-
John H. Doty, a resident :, For-38, 18, 14, 6, expect to operate a boat at anytime I amusements was to provide things I The loss of a considerable portion
r:, iston for a number of -56, 17, 24, 12, 9. for pleasure or business. that would interest the children. In of the large bean crop of the

; ed away Sunday morning I\o.ur\ : For-29, 18, 18, 10, I,. I'I this respect also the carnival was. Everglades is seen, because of a
shortage of pickers and most of the
i home in Vicksburg, Miss., -65, 14, 15, 8, 3. Most of I I successful. .
Bowling
1 has been employed for II crop Is expected to rot in the
k a year by the U. S. on Page 8) I I Following the outdoor events, a fields unless the government takes
Concluded dance was held in the school au
Tourney immediate to
needed
I steps supply
about
; was
fifty-five years Club Plans ditorium. ,Music was furnished ban v labor. The is
to
The cause of death i I I automatic crop expected
record player, and
been learned but he is reach the peak the first of next
have been ill for about Honor Roll Board Only a few matches are yet to I (Continued on Page 8) week and already many farmers
be played in the individual tournament
prior to his death. are unable to harvest their crops.
This which has been underway nt
Tropical Storm
tiorf was not alarming Brings Last June an effort was madeto
the Sugarland Bowling Alleys since
urday when hid son, Kiwanis Club, in a round have Nassau negroes brought
the conclusion r'the league turna-
employee' t1nited! ; at the regular m nt. '' Nervous "Jitters" Today, here' for this field work but nothing -
ar Corporation f"; received meeting' ,Wednesday' I was ever done and even now
the Inn decided even-I The large group of entrants were '' federal
gram to come at once. upon --- employment agents fear that
J
:' Clewiston Saturday for the erection a arranged in ten flights accordingto South Florida has had an un they cannot certify such labor ,until -
his train was not board in Civic Center Park I their respective averages during usually late attack of hurricanefitters" certain that all labor in southern -
,: rive in Vicksburg until carry the names of all the recent tournament, and some ': today with the report that states is exhausted. The Farm

t' evening. He is known in the service from Clew- very interesting scores have been a tropical storm, possibly of hurricane Security Administration has ruled

suffered with asthma vicinity. made during the play-offs. Someof intensity was headed for that the entire area must be canvassed -
r' ing to Florida from composed of G. n.1 the bowlers in the lower brack- Miami but the latest report is that for workers before any can

eral years ago and it may G. H. Small and Dr. J. W. ets have rolled much better scores the storm is probably heading di- be imported from the Bahamas and

t'. death was due to a return, named to push the erec than some of the top bowlers in recly westward or southwestwardto although an effort is already being
trouble and complications.Mr. this honor roll board as the leading brackets. pass over the 'western tip of made to supply 8,000 workers for
Doty moved with as possible.' Winner in flight 1 was Dick Cuba or through the Florida straits j agricultural work in this area they

ily to Clewiston about ten I Lieut. G. W. Nickerson of Wylie' who won in the finals fromH. Storm warnings were displayed I[cannot be secured in time to save
I .
and during his residence Field presented a badge of C. Kolstad, 470358.In this morning from Key West to j I the bean crop it is pointed out.
was engaged in several I chaplain of the RAF to Flight 2 Clarence Nellsonrolled I Melbourne and every precaution I. FSA officials also have rnnfer-

activities. He' was N. Montgomery, pastor I 482 to top W. Montgomery's was taken along' the southeastern.I red in Miami and are asking the
United States Sugar | Community Church. 450. coast in the event the storm head- ] secretary of agriculture to appoint
by the Soil Conservation Thomas of Riddle Field I Harold Lang won in Flight 3 ed for the mainland. Trucks were a prevailing wage board to fix

by the U. S. Engineers with a number of se- over Sam Lang, 522'to 403. even taken into the Florida keysto : I wages for the south Florida area.
engineer for: :a-:'time and ] on the accordion which V. C. Woodward won over Geo. evacuate any residents who' They admit that wages in this area
last couple of years of ( enjoyed. Crow in the Fourth Flight but the might wish to leave. i are probably above the average but

T dence ,here conducted his members of the scores ,were not posted. The noon advisory was that the I state that workers cannot be sent'
faculty of
fice in the Hopkins ( school will be The finals in Flight 5 between storm was central about eighty i into the area until the officials are
guests I
he drew up plans and Klwaiiis Club at the meet" M. McCoy and Joe Elder' have not miles north of the central Cuba : assured that they will get propel'pay
arrangements for home Wednesday and as' yet been played. coast and would either pass through housing and other perquisites. -
at that
lion under the Federal of the cadets from Riddle In the sixth ,flight there are two the Florida straits or curve across .

Act. A little more than ,,1 be the guest speaker. A I matches yet to be played. F. Sure the western tip of Cuba. Showers After the rate of pay has been
ago he accepted the > Charlie[ Miller and Mal- rency 'to meet;: the winner of theJ. and winds of near gale force established then negotiations will
the L. SuIliva r-C. L. McLendou shortly after noon here diminishedas with
U. S, Engineers in will also be given at begin farmers to assure that
t'
',--and, has 'made but one I on the progress of ef- match. the afternoon passed indicatingthat all conditions will be met and this
-.to, Clewiston since that made to Charles Curtner bowled 443 to there was little more to fear will cause such a delay that no help
secure CAA
r (Continued on Page for the Clewiston airport.a defeat F. F. Billups' 369 to win the unless the storm changed its direc- will be forthcoming to growers for

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THE STORY SO FAR; Jeff Curtis and "But Curt, you must have workedup from Hamburg, via Vladivostok. Ona house. It requires light but no sun.

his wife, Lee, are already on their way some kind of idea!" Jap freighter. Those eight over- Released by Western Newspaper Union *

to Tierra Libre when he receives a note "Oh, I had a momentary brain- size coffins that had bothered Mitch- Shoes that are old and do not

from 2ora Mitchell warning them not storm the other, day," Curt admit- ell-"pump rriachinery"-came in THE Big Minds of college football polish satisfactorily should be well

to come. When .they arrive In Tierra ted, "when that Army plane madean on a Jap tramp. From Japan? ,Did plenty to worry about as rubbed with methylated spirit or

Libre they flnd both Zora and her chief hus emergency landing at San Alejo. I "By Jove, Jerry! What a dope the 1942 season reaches the half-way petrol. Allow to dry thoroughly .-: ",
band dead. 'It Is Mitchell's Job,as instant : I've been! I'Ve known all along that point. Transportation
fruit that Jeff You know about that. For an problems have"plagued out of doors, apply paste, and polish -
for company
has engineer been called a to fill. Later Jeff's I figured Mitch had got the wind the Dutchman's formula was no excuse : more than one college. in the usual way.

friend Bill Henderson"Is also tilled, and up over those two planes we fly. for all this hush-hush, all this Schedule changes have caused quitea *

Jeff suspects his employer, Senor Mon They're Junkers." He save, 'a sour spying on me, these murders! And few disappointments and decreased When mending sonny's sweateror

raya, of murdering him and the MitcheUs laugh. all the time the real answer's been attendance figures are responsiblefor woolen scarf, use a bodkin in-

because they had found a clue to the "Another thing I figured was that staring me in the face! What a cluckI considerable grief. stead: of a needle. It will weave

strange things going on at the plantation. maybe Montaya had political ambi- turned out to be! Here's one of The latter problem looms exceed- in and out much 'easier and do

Other chemist sinister, Dr. Toenjes figures ,are and the the company flyers, tions. If he did have plans for a the slickest Nazi tricks-" ingly large at-the moment. Not that much more satisfactory work than

dictatorship unfriendly to the Unit- McInnis was rubbing his shin. the others the
Ryden and Lannestock. Jeff and Lee aren't important, but gate sharp-pointed needle.
discover that their housemaid Is spying ed States-" "Well, let me in on it. receipts-or lack"'of them-cause,no
McInnis cut in. "Old Man Moore'sin "I should've seen it before. I did
on, them and has replaced Jeff's cartridges more'concern to the average college

with dads. A man named Collins a position to know, Curt, and he ask one question. You'll rememberit. than would an onslaught of the ON THE

arrives from the Canal Zone to see says positively there are no politi- How could he sink so much mon- black plague.A II'

Mitchell. Now Jeff Is going'to meet Jerry cal strings to your friend." ey here when the cost of handling HOME MPEe

Mclnnis. "So far's known, he means," ex- fruit will mean so much in competition comparatively early analysis of RUTH WYET '
CONTINUE WITH THE STORY college football attendance revealedsome
NOW
dic-
claimed Curt. "But would-be with you people?

tator announces himself in ad- "There's one country that'd be discouraging information. In THE illustration shows what be-
the first 127 played by 44
darned glad to subsidize,himwithin games of mirror
CHAPTER XV vance. came a' and piano
McInnis grunted. "I've never limits-this close to the Panama major colleges this'year, attendancewas stool. To the mirror and stool

Curt left the bedroom door ajar known the, boss to be wrong, Curt." Canal-for favors'received. The kind I 1941.about 25 per cent lower thanin were added two wooden boxes

slightly, for better circulation of air Curt gave a short laugh. "Well, of favors he's in a swell spot to The from the grocery. These were

than he could get from the two-foot there are other: things wrong with give. Nazi Germany!" decrease'was general. In the placed on' end about 18 inches k

lattice-work portion of wall under that idea. Let's have the dope, "Draw me a picture," said Mc- Big increase Nine in, only its first'three Purdue showed At-an apart and a shelf of half-inch ply- '.",

the ceiling. He stripped, showered, Jerry." Innis dryly.A games. wood was screwed:to the top. A
tendance
and flung himself on the bed under flY eh. Well, your pal Apoloniocomes Nazi crew here, with Toenjesin throughout the conferencewas frame was then screwed to the

the mosquito bar. Outside, Emilio from an old family,down this charge "Jerry, he's no more off almost .50 per cent. back of the boxes as shown. A

hadn't moved, simply went on reading way. You'll recognize the family Dutch than I am. Overheard him and The Big DropIn curtain rod was placed across the

his name. Lara. Coffee, cattle, hides, Montaya talking once. Assumed it
smoke curling up past their first 127 games, the 44 colleges top' and 'the mirror hung length-

squinting left eye. silver, cigarettes, cerveza., was Dutch. Now I know it was played before a total of 2,296- wise under it. An arm was 'then

Curt had no intention of falling "His grandmother was Luisa Lara German. Ryden and Lannestock, 797 spectators.,A the same hinged to the front of each box.

asleep; he only wanted' to outwaithis who married a Montaya. His mother they're not Swedes!" number of home year ago for the

shadow. But he was so muscle was the only daughter of that Curt returned to his side of the games same FRAME OF CuRTAlN ,*r ,

weary that he did succumb to a cat- union. She married, a German set- Negro, his face the color of old news- teams brought a turnout of 3,028,955. LUMBER CREWED R00-IxJ. '

nap-with one ear on the alert. paper yellowed by weather. While these early-season figuresare TO JI

First hold of Col- subject to decided change, it
he
The click of the outer door latch must get BoAFGC a
must be'taken for granted that theyindicate
lins. At once.Slipping MRROR sr
brought him to. He glanced at the BOX ,
trend. Football has FROM
a
line its
the cayuca's over
wrist watch.
luminous dial of his AN OLD
Eight-twenty. He'd been dozing for shore stake exactly as he'd foundit proved more exciting than ever this

Curt returned to his officebungalow. year. Upsets are more numerous.:
hour.
nearly an
f He must make certain his absence Nevertheless, attendance slumpsare
layoutof
of the'
fan-shaped
Because ,\ hadn't been discovered. Too the rule rather than the excep-
Curt's was
Tempujo, bungalow usedas much now depended on not tippinghis tion. The sharpest drop was reported o/ I
mess-hall
of the
in plain view ,
by Cornell, where attendance was !
clubhouse outside of meal hand. The magazine he'd shied I o
a
slashed from 49,070 for last year's I IQO
Emilio enter against the front door would tell,
hours. He could see
but he couldn't see this from out first three games to 19,587 this year.'
SKIRT THUMSTACKED TO SIDES
the long screen-front building, select -
,
side. So he listened under his window Cornell places much of the blameon OF BOXES AND HINGED ARMS -
[ a table where he had good
he'd then climbed in. inaccessibility, the rest on poor Paint next., White because
view of the lighted porch just was ,
A glance from the bedroom onto performance.Ohio white furniture is ;
and be-
left, and settle himself.He smart
the lighted porch sufficed.) The mag- State dropped from 246,831to it
made quick time of ,dressing.A cause matched the woodwork.The .
azine was just as he'd left it. Well 173,161. Buckeye officials figure
minute sufficed to pull on shorts, dressing table skirt was
in the mess-hall Curt could that it will take all 10
r- r beyond, games on I
breeches, shirt and socks, but it took \ made with a one-inch heading at
see Emilio still at cards but this year's schedule to the
now equal
longer to lace up his high boots. He the top and tacked along the endsof
there four in the eight-game 1941 total of
were men game. 486,468.
slipped a flashlight into a hip pocket the table and the hinged arms
The watchdog still faced the lighted They're not too sure the extra two
buckled on his gun belt. He with thumbtacks through a double
bungalow. will make the difference.
thought of his.hat. But he couldn't games up strip 'of the plain material.
Who else was in the messha'lCurt Last year scores of school busses
step onto the:i>pen screened porch *
+ couldn't from where he from all '
see sections of the state brought
without the risk of being seen, so NOTE: Readers Interested in makingor
he did without it. ., stood. He swung himself to the'ground students to take advantage of reduced remodeling home furnishings should

again, took a position from admissions. Today such use send for copy of BOOK 8 which contains
He'd'like
He had further
one thought. ;
sketches and directions for 32 useful itemsas
where he could view the whole long of busses is forbidden.
to make sure that no one en- well as descriptions of the series of
There several small
tered while 'he was gone and dis- room. were Major ProblemWhile booklets which Mrs. Spears has preparedfor
groups. Curt, accounted for youngDr. readers. Booklets are 10 cents each.
covered his absence. Emilio had a
IN \ Fisher, a few of the transitmenof the importance of paying Address:
key. Lauriano Duro had a key. I\\\
s rA the engineering force, most of customers cannot be overemphasized -
skidded the
Curt a magazine across .
MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
the trainmen-whom he knew faced with still
,by colleges are a
floor, landing it up against the screen Bedford Hills New York
door as though it had so fallen. now, engineers, firemen, brakemen.But bigger problem-the future of foot- Drawer 10

without dis- V Monahan wasn't there, nor Col- ball. It's none too rosy. In fact, .
No one could enter
Enclose 10 cents for Book 8.
you may be looking at your last college -
placing it, nor could anyone enter lins.Skirting
and leave again, and replace the the pools of yellow cast games for some time. Name., ...............................
by the Tempujo lights, taking ad- James B. Conant president of
magazine in just that position. Address..... ......................
vantage of every shadow, Curt made Harvard, recently told the incoming
Quickly he unhooked rear win- his to the bachelor
way quarters freshman class they had but a

dow screen and swung to the reserved for transients. It was here "relatively few months of college

ffround. Some hundred vards' upriver Collins would have a room for the life" ahead of them."I .

from the dock were a dozenor Or did the stuff from Ger- Beware
come night. say 'few months, Dr. Conant Coughsfrom *

more cayucas-wooden dugouts many, via Vladivostok? The building was simply a long said, "for I believe the draft age

belonging to natives in the compa- string of small rooms, with a soon will be lowered and I feel sure common colds
ny's service. Carefully, taking ad- tier, name, of Kuhlman. The Kuhl-
screened porch extending the lengthof of .wish to be left behindin
none
vantage of every black shadow, Curt mans had a number of kids, but you
it. There was one entrance from contemporariesmarch That On
college
as your Hang
made his looked '
way to them. Apolonio so much like Grandfather the "
the footpath onto porch. Each off to war. Subsequentdraft
He played his flash briefly, selected Montaya that he became the room had a window in the rear wall, legislation regarding 18 and 19- Creomulsion relieves promptly because -

one, worked its line over the old lady's favorite. another in the front wall beside the the truth of the It goes right to the seat of the
stake that held it to avoid trouble in "She was the chief moneybags of I year-olds proved trouble to help loosen and expel
door which led onto the porch. educator's remarks.His .
laden phlegm, and aid natureto
germ
the knot his the old Lara clan
can'tblame
duplicating on return, ; ,so you
Soundlessly Curt made his way statements left little doubt soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed -
crawled in.McInnis for the
Apolonio taking name from window to window along the Har- bronchial mucous mem-
the of football at
about future
was waiting for him, slap- of Montaya to please her. He could the branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa
back of building. Standing on
at neck by custom know it hismother's vard if the war continues. And the bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
ping viciously
arms, thighs.He you was
it did Curt could only reach <
piles as factors influencing Harvard will must like the it
you way .
seized the nose of the dugout to name. That's why I didn'tknow {/
the window sills by stretching, and have as profound a bearing upon all quickly allays the cough or you are
pull it onto the bank. where the money came from had to jump for a hand grip; then other colleges of the nation. to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
for this outfit. The fortune always -
s-. "Gripes, Curt, he complained, "if was chin himself to see inside. Enough

you'd been any longer you'd have associated with the name Lara. light came through the front win Effect of War ,

found only bones. These mosqui- "Well, he was educated at Har- dows to show him each room dimly. It is 'obvious, of course, that war for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis
"
toes are big as hawks. vard, and spent some years in pleasure The first six rooms ,were not only already is having its effect on foot-
"Yeh," Curt said briefly. "Been trips between his own
,countryand empty but undisturbed, occupancy ball. Freshmen and sophomores are
noticing. Let's get from the the States and Europe but he 1.0 SKIN -
away indicated only by a bag of sorts seeing more action all the time.
bank and light.up. It'll help went home to' stay when the old .u.vj&nBrovement
some. dumped on a chair, or a bottle and Most of the conferences allowing \ : -0.> _
Presently their pipes died and left him the bulk of
were doing the lady glass on a table, or a package freshmen to play are doing so for Resinol allays

work of smudge" pots. everything. No'one knows exactly bought at the Tempujo branch com- the first time. The many startling irritation of externally caused pimples, t

"Jerry, "Curt exclaimed, "there's how many millions of pesos it ran missary before it closed. upsets of the present season are thus hastening healing. Try it today IRESIUnraOINTMEHT

something rotten on the griddle over to; but the guesses. average four- The seventh room showed a due in part to the more widespreaduse I

there! I can smell it but I can't teen to sixteen. mussed bed. There was no baggagein of youngsters. They are not I i

identify it. Look. You've heardof "There are some foggy spots to this room, no personal articles on as consistent as the juniors and I

Zora Mitchell's death, of course, the story. One thing, he got hookedup table or dresser, just the rumpledbed seniors, and are more likely to turn :
and Bill Henderson's."And somehow in the Cedillo revolt in and the mosquito bar
swung in excellent' performance one
Mitch's killing 'wasn't Mexico, but got out of it, with a aside to show that someone had an showing the next. Wh9
game, a ragged :
grudge work. Mitch knew whole skin.
something lain here for a while. '
I 'football
In almost .college,
every aches and pauij r
that had him in a dither, if "He's never married. Had sev- The eighth and ninth rooms were the entire ath-

you can imagine him getting workedup eral affairs $f the heart, though," in made up and undisturbed; but the letic practically supports The present lack of, ,: RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
program. 4
over anything. Monahan givesme his salad days. Most serious one + '
tenth and last was occupied. Slats cash customers is likely to result $

that' much. But what was it? was with a German countess-a Monahan, judging from the snore in curtailment of minor sports-
a
Well, Mitch is gone, Zora's gone, married one, McInnis added cyni- coming from 'under the mosquito especially those which are consistent .
*>v ** *-* -3 *' "
Bill's Monahan doesn't know cally. xv -j %>J"h '-
gone, netting.
I drains the athletic department
beans. That's I want the low- "German?" on MAGIQLarge
why Huh. That meant that Collins was Some schools have at-

down on Montaya. There may bea "Yes. Germany, by the way, is abroad. But where? There were only treasury. the transpor-

clue there." his favorite foreign country. When two places, where he could be in tempted to overcome shifting their

He paused. there he uses his legal name of Tempujo at this time of night-=-the tation to problem centers by where the trans- Ii i I

"Did you know Mitch had been Kuhlman." mess-hall or his room. And he games is less of a haz- Bottled neb'tittud'122-Small Size 60 I

sabotaging the, engineering work? "Germany! Germany!" Something wasn't in either. There was no portation problem of IT ill GOOD DROE STORES lilY Hill to receipt'prig
it down to such bothered Curt.Mclnnis ard. But a large proportion MCNEIL DRUG CO.inc.
Slowing an extent other spot to hang out. Mulling this
schools find this solution geograph- 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida
the whole tract would have been slowed down in his re over, Curt headed back for his bun- \

washed out come next rainy season? cital. "I suppose that raises the galow. ically impractical.When .

That wasn't like Mitch. Why'd he Nazi question in your mind, Curt.It He still kept under cover. Near a Washington sports writer
to
do that? It ties in somehow." did with me. But Montaya'snever i the river wharf, where everything asked Stephen Early, secretary =Only- '10

He supplied briefly facts McInnis been known to have any connections I was locked up for the night 'and the President, what the ,chances
with the Nazis-nor were for the continuance of sports, GOOD MERCHANDISECan
didn't know.
About the bodyguardwho any only two lights showed-one in the
was more like a jailer, the trouble with them, either, if that dispatcher's office, one in the dock he said: "I frankly don't know
will be able to con-
housemaid who spied on his home means anything." office-he stiffened ,into immobility. whether sports Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised
not-but I certainly hope
life, the faulty cartridges. About -"Germany," Curt said again, : He'd caught sight of another fig- tinue or"

being reprimanded by Montaya for thoughtfully. Those two square ure, likewise hiding itself in shadow. they do. millions. .6 ADVERTISED' GOODS 6
voiced the of
He hope
hiring Cpllins. boxes "generators." They came I (TO BE CONTINUED) I

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THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

ND the patience to wait for i .

with* the the coming wisdom of to these know things them OUR COMIC SECTIONPETER A yellou jacket stun;

when they come.W. R. Hunt. me. .so

A light! A light! A light! A light! It hurt like'everxthlr,
It grew, a starlit flag unfurled!
It grew to be Time's burst of dawn. \ e '
He gained a world; he gave that And I'd been very

Its grandest world lesson: "On! Sail on!" VET (lAHS OF THE good that cfoy-

-MILLER.Honesty WELD WAR ;1 (C? Fats so '

is like a 7 per cent B. PARADE ONARMI5fCE unreasoningWNU ill
interest; it will beat all kindsof PAY "W.

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police discovered a notebook con- Service RAZOR BLADES
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taining' this cryptic entry: "K 1,
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P 2, DECK' 6, K 5, INC 4." They Blade Valno

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finally even cipher
experts confessed they were Sound on Light Beam

stumped.
In desperation they set out to i t 1 Sound may be transmitted be-

find the owner of the notebook, tween two widely separatedpointsover
{? who turned out to be an attractive a beam of light, says' Col-
brunette. Upon request she oblig- eDP lier's. The sound waves at 'the

ingly translated the coded entry source are transformed into light
r as follows: waves and back again into sound

"Knit one, purl two, cast on waves in a loud speaker at the

eight, knit five, yarn over, knit c point of reception.

three, purl two, decrease six, knit Over a powerful] searchlight not
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVE3IBER 6, 1942
PAGE FOUF \

asked what they needed most, sent I nie Newton, col., Rt. No.1, Box'] afforded grazing for cattle. Ford' !
The Clewiston News (o---...:..: "':":(":";": -:":-:":":":":":-:":":":. back the flippant reply: "Send us. 151, Clewiston; Charlie Hunt, col.,\ himself never made active use of'
MORE. JAPS." 114 Douglas St., Ft. Myers; Syl-_ his possessions here outside of they'
Their glorious exploits in the vester Wheat, .col., Gen. Del., Clew-" hotel. II
Published every Friday In Clewis ton., Too Late To Classify Solomons is an- unfinished chapterin iston; Curtis Hobeson Edwards,, Hendry, one of the most prom- ,
Florida,. by the CLEWISTON NEWS the history of this gallant corps, col., Clewiston; Bracks Scarbrough i inent of Florida cattlemen, has
Inc. By RUSSELL KAY but it is being written to live forever wh., Gen. Del., Moultrie, Ga.; Sylas'!' made no announcement of what he

Editor i in the hearts of their country- Adkins, wh., Tanner Fish Co.,1, intends to do_ with the hotel building -

KKATHI-EY BOWDEtf .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:(...:..:..:(..:..:..: ..:. I men. I Moore Haven; Otis McGrady, col.,! which is ,not *a modern struc
All honor to the Leathernecks on Gen Del., Clewiston; William H.I lUre. Repairs to the roof and interior I I
Entered as 1, second class mail matter In One hundred and sixtysevenyears this their 167th birthday. 1 j Taylor, wh., Gen. Del., Prichard, are being made. The acreage f
February Clewiston. FloridatunderctheCAct of ago, November 10, L775, to ....-- Ala.; Robert Lee Yeomans, wh., Rt. which Is on both the north and. i
(March 3, 1897.Subscription be exact, the first Corps of United Draft Delinquents No. 1, Box 127, Clewiston; WillieB. south side of the river, is alreadyin
States Marines was established by Everett, col., Ocean City, Mary- use as cattle grazing lands.

Rate $2.OO Per Year. resolution of the Continental Con- Of Hendry County land.Charles \

Advertising Rates On Application. gress. William Simmons, wh., Tire and Tube- ||T
The first unit, consisting of two Box ,482, Ft. Lauderdale; Frank I i
battalions under the command of Following is a list of the draft Myers, col., Rt. No. 1, Box 70-M,1 .:'
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Major Samuel Nichols, saw action delinquents of Hendry County to Clewiston; Huey James Clark, col.,I (Continued from Page ,1) .
of Clewiston and Hendry County. with the expedition of CommodoreEsek date together with their race and Rt. No.3, Rudolph Baker, Bris- (tractor) 4; Thos. E. Burgner,
Hopkins against New Provi- last known address. Should- any- tol, N. J.; Charlie Gray, col., Rt. molasses distributor, 4; Hydraulic

dence in the Bahamas, where, overcoming one know the whereabouts of any No. Clewiston; Thomas Leroy Tractor Sales. 1.Truck. .
\EMBER = r /rl tremendous odds, they of these men it would be well to Butler, col., Rt. No.1, Bare Beach, Tubes -- !
FLORIDA'! PRESS ASSOCIATION;\ tured enemy forts and cap-'I I notify the local board office hereat Clewiston; Henry Amiker, col., Riddle McKay Aero College, 9;
'1 NATIC \AL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION V) includ- Rt. No.1, Box 88, Clewiston Leon United
1Q-+1 V quantity- of military stores, once and perhaps save them ; States Sugar Corporation,
'I ind a large amount of powder from criminal prosecution by the Butler, col., U. S. S. C., Azucar; tractor, 5 ; Thos. E. Burgner, 4; ,
sorely needed by the colonial forces.As federal courts: Harvey Smith, col., Rt. No. 1, Box Hydraulic Tractor' Sales, 1. J

LET'S' PASS UP NUTTY LAWS I we approach another birthdayof Edward Washington Tate, col., 186, Clewiston; Henry Williams,,I I Obsolete Type .
FOR THE DURATION! this crack fighting organization, Rt. No.:' 1, Bare Beach, Clewiston; col., Gen. Del., Clewiston; Merry'I l W. W Perry, mail carrier, 2; '
)I it is proper and fitting that we Freddie Albert Spivey, col., Rt. Howard, col., Pelican, Lake; Eugene Hendry County Motors, road service -

The bills i introduced in Congress I review some_ of the outstanding accomplishments I I No.1, Box 130-A, Clewiston; John Simmon, col., Jensen; Osie in connection with garage, 1;
last week to extend the provisionsof II of the outfit that. Earnest Adams, wh., % F. Capek, Lee Rowell, col., Trenton: ; Willie W. C. Hooker, hauling swill and '
the National Labor Relations Act has contributed so much to our na I Rolla, Missouri; Otis Tommy fiadI' Polk, col., M. Cordes, Rt. No.1,, farming, 1 .(light weight truck) ;

to employees of "large industrial tion's glorious history.It ford, col., Rt. No. 1, Box 126, Cle\v- !Hightstown, N. J. -I, Joe Priest Const. Co., station wagon I

farms" if enacted into law probIably is hard to imagine I' istcn; Hudson Roberts, col.,_ Shaw- I I 5; Tom M. Bryan, farmer and ..
would be the most necks garbed in Leather-I boro, North Carolina; Tommie Williams County Reserve To'Open j stock raising, 2.Passenger. )
] ary step that could be inflatiOn-I and satin breeches, but. I col., Gen. Del.; Clewiston; RetreadsJ. ;
moment. onial trappings clothed gallant souls I James Jones, col., % Sidney Adams November 29 S. W. Davis, instructor, Rid
I According to a summary of the!t and courageous hearts, whose Rt. 2, Smithville, Ga.; Lawrence dIeMcKay, 1; L. M. Golden, defense -
proposed measures (the full bills deeds and actions in the service Borkin Colson, col., Clewiston; Plenty of Game worker, airport 2; Angeline
not being before us) they would I of our country gave birth to the John Rodwell, col., Rt. No.1, Box Smith, taxi, 2; N. J. Archer, 'defense -

apply to farmers who at any time "esprit' de corps" retained by the 94, Clewiston; Robert Futch, col., worker, airport, 4; Robert
during the preceding 12 months em- organization throughout the yea"rs.In Gen. Del., Clewiston; Daniel Bass, The state commission of game M. Johnston, instructor, Riddle
ployed four or more individuals to the thick, of it at Trenton col., Rt. No.1'; Box 88, Clewiston; and fresh water fish announces McKay, ,2; I. S. Bell, police officer,
perform agricultural labor. Under and Princeton with General Washington Willie Andrew Wells, wh., Clewis- this, week the opening Nov. 29 cf 1 ; E. E. Gross, city engineer, 1;

this interpretation, practicallyevery were United States Marines. ton; Frank Johnson, col., Clewis the Hendry County breeding I. D. Cadenhead, tractor mechanic,
commercial grower of fruits The thundering guns of John Jones' tonHarlem.Joe grounds to the .taking of game U. S. S. C., 2; Loren M. Hutson, 1

and vegetables in the country would "Ranger" and the "Bon Homme Brown, col., 33 AndersonAve. animals, game birds and fur bear- superintendent maintenance, Riddle
come under the provisions and in Richard" were manned by Marines. ., Ft. Myers; .Henry Mitchell, ing animals. McKay, 1; Gussie Patterson, taxi,
farmer who grows Our naval war with France 70 Clewiston 4; Noel C. Ellis, Riddle-McKay, instructor -
addition every col., Rt. No.1, Box ; The territory involved was de-
wheat or other crops in which har-, (1799-1801)) found Marines takingthe J. D. Tippins, col.., % Log Camp, signated a breeding ground more 2; John Alonzo' Jones, U.
vest or threshing necessity compelled -, brunt of the fighting in every LaBelle; Van Howren Cothern, wh., than 12 years ago, and has not S.So C., mechanic, 2; James Ed-

the hiring of extra help to I engagement. Then on to the % U. S. Eng. Office Massena, N. been decla'red'open ,since. I ward Taylor, Riddle-McKay, instructor -

the extent of four men for 14 daysOr shores of Tripoli under Stephen Y.; Lester Brown McCormick, wh., I The location is south and east 2. .
more. 'Time and a half would I Decatur, they conquered the Bar- 614 S. Monroe St:, Tallahassee; of LaBelle, south and southeast of I I (

have to be paid for all hours over. ) bary pirates. James Persell, col., Felda; Joe I Rock Lake and north and west of ,! Official Denies ,*

40 in any week, Social Security by: United States Marines. TheyIn Ellison, col., Rt. No.4, Box 90, the Indian Reservation. It is officially -
taxes paid, etc., and wages wouldbe 1812 the blazing guns of the I Bridgeton, N.- J.; Charlie Brown, I designated as all of town-

fixed by a new governmentboard famed "Constitution" were manned col., 700 Lieg St., Valdosta, Ga.; ships 47 and 48 south, range 32 (Continued from, Page IJ
of five men (each of whom shared in the decisive victory of Emmett Smith, col., Rt. No.1, Box east, and east half of townships 47 stitute a relatively privileged class "--

by the way would draw a salary of .Lake Erie and performed most 88, Clewiston; Quillar Lee Staple- and 48 south, range 31 east. A I of agricultural workers."

$10,000 a year) in connection with creditably under General Dear- ton, col., .Harlem, % Mary Mitchell, total of 69,12Q acres. l An investigation of the chargeswill
local agricultural wage committees, born in the invasion of Canada. be made by the corporation,
Clewiston; Johnny Miller, -col., Gen. Judge Harris placed the loca-
the members of which would be on Florida was their next battleground I Del., Clewiston. tion as beginning at the south- Mr. Moran said, as soon as a copy

a per diem and expense basis of when they participated Tommie Williams, col., Rt. No. east corner- of township 48 south, of the indictment is received. TheI -
in the Indian wars and I date of the trial has not
gallantly 1, Clewiston; Jessie Fluellen, col., range 34 east; thence north; along I as' yet
pay.There are few if any farm own- gave battle to pirate craft which Gen. Del., Clewiston; Henry Tate the county line to the northwest I been set. ,

ers who could continue to produce I infested the waters of the Gulf col., Rt. No: 1, Box 88, Clewiston; corner 'of section 3, township, 47 I The first count carries a maxi-

food under such conditions unless and Carr boean.i John Henry ,Graham, col., Rt. ,No. south, range 31 east; thence south mum penalty of ten years imprisonment "
prices 'for' fruits, vegetables, grain During the war with Mexico the and $5,000 fine and the
I(i 2, Englishtown, N. J.; Theodore to the southern'boun'dary line of _
and livestock were immediately ad- Marines wer active in all sectors. Roosevelt Haynes, col., Rt. No.1, Hendry County; thence east to the second count two years' imprison-
vanced to vastly higher levels than I They were on the Pacific coast Clewiston; William Jesse McClel- point of beginning.The ment and $10,000 fine.

now exist or have ever been known.As under Sloat, Shubrick and Stockton land, Jr., wh., Marathon, Fla.; opening of the breeding District Attorney Phillips said

a matter of fact, no crop is I ; they participated in the cap- James Warren, col., Gen. Del., grounds follows the opening of the the indictments grew; out of an investigation -

produced on a 40-hour week basis. ture of Monterey, Yerba Buena Bridgetown, New Jersey; George hunting season .in Hendry Countyby directed by Assistant_
The average farmer works 12 to and Mazatlan; they led the marchon Diggs, col., % Strickland Lbr. nine days. The regular hunting Attorney General Wendell ,Berge
15 hours a day, ,sometimes longer Mexico City and the Halls of IE.
J ., Moore Haven; Eddie Joseph season opens officially November following complaints received by
'! Montezuma which brought to their
at certain periods! in the- year' His Moddax, col., Clewiston; Rubin Mc- 20, and the breeding grounds will the Department of Justice that the
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J Corps banners the inscription now : .
employees work right alongsidehim. Glon, col., Gen. Del., Gainesville; be thrown open Nov. 29. The area sugar corporation recruited workers -
Had production of food and famed in song and story-"From William Eugene Bailey,; wh., 2209 is well stocked with game of all in. southern states for employ-
feed crops been based on a 40- I the Halls of Montezuma to the. Tenn. kinds ment on its plantations offering -
Kirby Ave., Chattanooga, ; according to Frank Turner, sugar
hour week in 1942, the average Shores of Tripoli. Joseph William Fosters wh., Gen._ game warden, who expects a rushof free transportation to Clew-
farmer would have operated at a I During the Civil War, Marines Del; Panama City; James: Michael sportsmen into the grounds. iston. Upon arrival the negroes

heavy loss even if present prices gave a good account of themselvesboth Sabo, wh., Clewiston; Samuel James I I were_ told that they were indebtedto
were more than double what they I afloat and ashore. A notable the corporation for the cost of
Jones, col., Rt. No.1, Box 69-E, Ford
are. Instead of paying 40 @ 45c a I incident at the beginning' of Clewiston; Joseph Stubbs Moore, Hendry Buys transportation: and that the debt r
pound for bacon, the city worker the Civil War period was the capture I
wh., Clewiston. had to be worked out before they 4'I
would now be paying 80@90c a of John Brown and suppres-I Walter James Hollins, col., Gen. I Lands In CountyDeeds could leave. Workers attempting' I
pound if the relative price sion of the uprising and riot atHarper's
were have
to were alleged to
Del., Clewiston; Willie Jonesol. escape
maintained. Everything else wouldbe Ferry, by a force of
returned to-
Lives at Mary Mitchells, Harlem, have been filed in Hendryand been apprehended-
Marines led Colonel Robert E.
higher in proportion and the by
Clewiston; Claud Jones, col., Rt. Glades the plantations.
country would be in the death Lee, then an officer in the U. S. County courthouse by
,
throes of an Army. No.1, Box 115, Clewiston; Joe Joe B. Hendry, Sr., representingthe I While most people feel that ,the-
; ; inflationary procedure Jackson, col., % U., S. S. C., Clew- purchase of lands and proper- I indictment is probably little morethan
that could result in nothing Wherever trouble raised its ugly
iston; Draney Pickney, col., Camp ties' 'covering a wide area in this a technicality they agree that
except utter chaos. head, Marine were called on to -
Back Bay, Back Bay, Virginia; section from Henry Ford, the mo- the attendant publicity may lJe-
establish order. labor 'riotsin
Attempting to hold down the During -
I Willie Heflin, col., Rt. No. 1, Box tor magnate. harmful during a season when labor -
I prices of agricultural products Baltimore and Philadelphia they
., 131, Clewiston Johnnie ,Johnson, is already extremely scarce.
;
Included in the purchase, ,for
:; while raising farm wages is like policed the troubled areas. They -
\, col., Rt. No. 1, Box 70-B, Clewis- which
consideration
: was not men-
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:
starting a blaze in the basement were sent to Korea and China to
1 ton; Stephen Sabo, wh., Clewiston; acres
3' Of tioned, are more than 8,000
a house after fighting a fire in protect American interests and I
I the attic. The need is for more were leaders in the Formosa expel McKenneth Wheeler, col., % H. D. of pasture lands in both counties, Our Job Is 10 Save
'; l I'I Harding, Plant City; M. C. Moorer, the old Goodno hotel and ranchat
i food, and not less, and if these I dition. They. again raised the I I''
' col., Rt. No.1, Shawnee Farms,
Fort Thompson, the Hotel Dollars
'I measures are enacted into law they Stars and Stripes at Alexandria,
Clewiston; Buddy Jones, col., At Everett and the city park in La-
will be hailed Egypt
by Hitler ,and Hiro- seventy-seven years after
sugar house, Gen. Del., Clewiston; -
Belle.
I hito as a greater victory for the O'Bannon and, his Marines had Buy
Ellis Morris, col., Riddle Field, The hotel has remained for :::
i open
Axis than if London was razed, for hoisted them first at Tripoli. War Bonds
it would make it The Spanish American found Clewiston; Paul James Jones, col., the past fifteen years since Ford
impossible for war t
1 I
I the American farmer to produce the them active on land and sea. They Rt. No.1, Shawnee Farms, lewiston acquired it. The ,pasture lands \ P": Every Pay Day i,
; Wallace Adams, col., Rt.
food necessary" for victory. gave brilliant service at Guantanamo :
No.1, Box 136, Clewiston.
I come Unless members Congress-or of at least thick; of and.it at were Manila found and Santiago.in the Fred Lee Royal, col., Gen. Del., I..."*....."&....'&*....*"*'....*"*....."..&.*...*..&.*..i..l...**&i"i".....*................ ..............................................................................................;.

' ,' ens to the fact Clewiston; Lewis Gedion Holton, .'i'. \ .:..
lem now before congress-awak-I' Since the turn of the century, ,wh., Clewiston; Obadiah Pratt, col., .. : '', .:..

i ning the war, a"hdthat" social "reform" not a Marines year has, on passed expeditionary without serv-seeing Gen.col., Del.% ,Elmer Clewiston Whitfield; Hendry, Clewis-Clark, :2=: t = -I' A Representative ,'- ',' :_:

is not the prime' objective in ice in every part of the world. .. \ ...
ton; Ellis Simmons, col., Rt. No.
; the present crisis, the outlook is Y
Mexico, Cuba, Nicaragua, China,
1, Box 15, Buford, S. C.; Cleve
!; gloomy indeed. Dominican Republic. Haiti, all Grant, col., At. No. 1, Box 151-B,
Nero fiddled while Rome burned. know and respect the United States Clewiston Carle King, col., Rt. Duval
;
: God forbid that the history of Rome Marines. Jewelry Company : 'i.
; ', be repeated in the, history of the No.1, Box 70-F, Clewiston; Henry
: United First to. fight in. World War I, Jenkins McBride, col., Rt. No. 1,
States
of America! New
; York Packer, October 31. they took over' in the face of Box 72, Clewiston; Charlie: Williams v y :*
French retreat, where, refusing to col., Felda; Caleb Davis, col., y *t*
j ,' obey the French command to retire Clewiston; Willie (Kid) River :;: Will be at Art's Soda Shoppe from 2-4 *:!

i r 'John H. Doty- Captain Lloyd Williams Mack, col., Gen.- Del., Clewiston; y
ed, "Retreat, Hell-we shout-1 Joe Oliver Milton, col., Gen. Del., y iI
here"-and :;: P. M. each Saturday. Mrs. Caruthers, :i:
: there' Field "-
they Clewiston, at Riddle ; George .. I
"
'l":F.. (Continued from Page 1) But one achievement in all Wright, col., 238 Alabama St., .. X
: his daughter, Miss Maxine Doty, American history stands out as the Harlem, Clewiston; Henry David :;: who makes regular calls here for the :;
t '-. was married last Easter. His wife glorious defense of Wake Island by Ferguson, col., Seabrook Farm, y I

::_ joined him in Vicksburg shortly the' gallant little band of Leather- Bridgeton, N. J.; Homer Lee Tar- == 5:
.,";',.': :;' after her daughter's wedding. necks who fought a hopeless fight ver, col., Gen. Del., Clewiston. : company will continue them in addition ulv'

:. Funeral services were held Tues- against staggering odds and when Thomas Wilbor Davis, col., 'La- 1 +

:.;;;. day morning at 10:00 from Lum's I Belle; Tom Jones, Jr., col., Rt. _:;;: to the Saturday afternoon hours at Art's. :_;
"' )" Funeral -Home in Vicksburg. Other II, daughter Mrs. .:Fred Morrison of'Vicksburg I No. 1, Box 295 Clewiston; Henry I.X +

.> details have not been learned. and his son, Willard of Lewis,_ col., Strickland Lbr. Co., .--' ::

1 I" Surviving relatives 'include his Clewiston. His mother and two Moore Haven; '.' Edward Morgan, I..::1.................... .... .... . .'................ ...' .............................................. '. ..'....
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1942 THE CKEWISTON NEWS PAGC FIVE
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( CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR GROUP Vice-President; Carline Berner, the. limited time we had combat ." : :

I DriggersCollinsMiss 'I HOLDS PARTY AT MANSE Secretary; Bobby Berner, Treasurer. I training, chemical warfare, demolition ::

All boys and ,girls 9 to 14 : training, and were chased ,;
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;, [ Personals ] Hortense Alyce Collins' and Mrs. Robert Westmoreland and are invited to become members. I through the woods by anything ,

Charles Adolph Driggers, Jr., were Mrs. Richard Heath entertained at There are many in the commun- from a tank to an airplane.

married Friday afternoon, October a Hallowe'en party Friday eveningfor ity who have' no regular place of .| Before I arrived at Belvoir I had; :.} '

30, at five o'clock in West Palm the Christian, Endeavor groupof worship. We cordially invite thoseof heard something about the hills of .

Carl Berner left Monday for a Beach. The ceremony was a single the Community Church. The all denominations to worship Virginia. Now I know plenty about ""
and performed party was given at the manse. with us. Don't wait for a special them.
business trip to Atlanta. ring ceremony was
I by County Judge R. P. Robbins. Games and entertainment ap- invitation. Let us welcome you at Here at Beltsville we are learn. ":'-1 '
propriate to Hallowe'en were en- the services.
John H. Malloy, Jr;, of West Mrs. Driggers wore a travelling ing to repair' or replace any part '
Palm Beach, was a business visitor I suit of light grey wool covert. With joyed during the evening. Re- ef an automobile or truck and It j j

t here Friday.Mr. this she wore navy accessories anda freshments were individual pump- is really interesting. ;J]

corsage gardenias.. The only kin Attending pies and the cider.party were Car- :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. Thank you again for the News J' I
Kolstad of witnesses to the ceremony were thebride's
and Mrs. Carl
line Berner, Shirley Owen, Jimmy every week. As Sinclair said in '.:;
mother, Mrs. Gorda Col-
Canal Point were visitors in Clew-
his letter, it is just like a letter
Johnson, Barbara Devane, Jimmy .J
lins, A. O. Ward and Mrs. T. L.
iston Sunday. Frazier Miriam Nall, Richard With from home. Tell all hello for me .::
I Driggers, all of Clewiston. I e
-Private Charles L. Roberts, 1307
Knight, Eddie Conkling, Billy
The bride has resided in Clewis-
M. C. Doke is spending several
I Service Unit 3rd Training Co., 'i
I Toulis, Anthony' Toulis, Ann Slon- '
days in Tampa on business this ton for many .years coming herewith
aker Bobby Berner Rachel Miner, Beltsville Md.Newspapers. ,
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from
week.. I her parents Soperton, Our
: Ga., where she received her high Ann Prewitt, Mary Lois Hawkins, Boys I
( Maureen Johnson, Niven Gardner will get the bulk of '
Mrs. A. E. Oliver and Mrs. Ken school education In the Soperton
I the more than a million dollars
: Swayne were Monday visitors in High School. She later attended and Danny Martin. L Lt which
1 in the the Florida Citrus Commission '.
t' :West Palm Beach. business college in Orlando. Sheis I 1I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH will spend to advertise the ,
employed in the stenographic department t i'
I H. C. Meador, Pastor state's record breaking citrus crop
of the corporation.The .
S Jo Ann Couse of Moore Haven I sugar :
spent the week-end here with groom is the son of CharlesA. -- Service officials have announced.
Emma Jane 'Ezelle. I Driggers and the late Mrs. Drig- Sunday School-9:45 a. m.'
Morning Worship-11:00 a. m.
gers of Dothan, Alabama. He is
Dr. and Mrs. D.. M., Draughn of ja graduate of the Dothan HighSchool Training Union-6:15 p. m.
Moore Haven were visitorsn Cleriston I and is employed by the Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. N:N:N:NN. :N:N.N:N:N:N.N:NN. .N:N:N:N.N:N:N:NN. .N.N.N: For Your

Wednesday.Miss sugar corporation here. BAPTISM SUNDAY NIGHT-The HUNTING LICENSEfor
I Mr. and Mrs. Driggers are spending --I ordinance of Baptism' will be ob- Private First Class Arthur L. l'

Frances Morgan spent Tuesday 'I a week's honeymoon on the served at the' evening service on Burke is one of the lucky lads in season 1942-43, seeR

in Moore Haven with her parents !''I East Coast and with the groom's this coming Sunday. This' is an Uncle Sam's Army. It's a fact that C. NOWLING
(father in Dothan Alabama. impressive ordinance and''should nearly 100 percent of our boys in
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan. They I Hendry County Motors, Clewiston
\ will return to Clewiston to reside. be witnessed by every believer. service report enthusiastically about
Come, bring your friends to this their branch of the service, their
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Royal I II
service. experience or their opportunities.It .
left Monday for New York where DAUGHTER BORN
i ''w. M. S. BUSINESS AND PROGRAM makes the folks at home feel ROSES-10 for $1.00-Send only
they went on a buying trip. for' the
't ;. Royal's stores. Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis are meeting will be held at the mighty fine to know the boys aN I $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMING 2

the, proud parents of a baby daughter church Tuesday afternoon at 3:30p. happy. Anything we can do to year field grown' plants. Shipped

J. L. McDaniel has gone to weighing five and three-quarter m. An inspirational program make them contented and well freshly dug. GUARANTEED to
; pounds born Sunday evening, Nov. has been prepared and all ladiesare cared for is worth the effort. reach you in planting condition.

transferred 1, at the Clewiston Hospital. cordially invited to attend. Private Burke writes: After Other bargain offers. FREE roses

season. WEDNESDAY! What an impor- nearly four months the Army is be- described in our free folder.-Send

,DINNER PARTY AT BROWN tant day in' the life of a true be- ginning to be a bit better. I have now! Want LOADS of cut flowers

Mrs. Thos.\ E. Markette and Miss!' HOME ON SUNDAY liever. This night is set aside as adapted myself to Army life ,and it ? Then plant TYLER roses _

; Mary Markette visited T. A. Mar- prayer meeting night Today pray isn't so bad, even though it lacks send $1 NOW TYTEX ROSE

kette in the Tampa Hospital on Mrs. G. H. Brown entertained 'I er is important. Let us make this I lots being home. All of us haveto NURSERIES, Box 532, Tyler

Monday of this week. with a family 'dinner party at her night an important night in the life fall in and fall out for the Texas. (30th-20th inc.)

"- home Sunday as a surprise to her of our ,community. The time is U. S. A. and I'm trying to do my
and 7:30, p. 'm.. We will look for you I the best I I.
Miss Betty Jane Allen husband on his birthday. [ part can. --
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this ,
George -Bestor of Miami spent the Dinner was served to Mr. Brown's on evening. After two ,months and two daysI

,week-end here with Mr. Bestor's parents. Mr., and Mrs. C. J. Brownof SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM I made my Private First Class

: parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Horace A. South Bay Mr. and Mrs. G. L. ([ENLARGED.enrollment Because'and of attendance the increased stripes and I'm really proud of J. M. COUSE :

Bestor. Royal: Larry 'and Charles Royal of them. I have moved to town and I

\. _. Lake Harbor, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted in the' beginners and primary classes have my wife with me in a very Counselor and.Attorney at, Law
Friends in Clewiston are inter- I Daniels of Miami. Mrs. Royal and of our Sunday School it has be- nice apartment (Ed note: See why Hopkins Building

ested to learn of the birth of a Mrs. Daniels are Mr. Brown's sis come necessary to begin departmentalizing we say he's lucky?), which adds

son to Mr.. and'1Irs.. Alex McGowan ters. these classes. Begin- to the pleasure- of being in the Wednesdays and Saturdays

at Brewton, Alabama. The baby ning Sunday these two classes will army. Good home cooking adds to I I 9:8O to 4:00
for the whole School
meet Sunday
'was born August 31st.Fred LADIES AID MEETINGMrs. the vim and vigor of any boy
hour in their own rooms and have I
Uncle Sam has, and you folks at
.. Hunziker, Jr., son of Mr. W. C. Owen presided at the their own programs. This will home, if you ever have the opportunity -.
F: and Mrs. Fred Hunziker of Clew- regular meeting of fhe Ladies Aid'J greatly increase the efficiency of to do so, have a soldier in

: iston, who has been attending Palm Society held at the Community the teaching and promises to fur- I to dinner with you. Just watch

Beach Junior College, has just been Center Thursday afternoon.. I ther enlarge each of, these depart- his face light up when he sees home Johnson's Fish Camp

,accepted as ,a naval aviation cadet. The devotional_ ,' s.in. charge' of ments. Parents plan to bring your I cooking and has! congenial chatter, (Near Hurricane' Gate)
children next Sunday and help -
Mrs. Joseph Robbins and the discussion with the folks. This means lots to Clevristoii Fla.
,
them vital train-
this
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schneider for study was conducted get religious I him and will add to his morale no Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service
each normal child should have.
have moved to Clewiston from by Mrs. R. W.; Turk. The Latin ing end. He may be along way from Rates ReasonableV.
DO YOU KNOW-The Lord
Moore Haven and have rented an I American study continued and ,
was home and be lonesome for com- :I .
'H. Johnson :Mgr.
Jesus Christ will return to ,
apartment in the Dan Padgett Mrs. Turk presented several South one day I panionship both male and female. .,

home. Mr. Schneider is an instructor -I American countries, Chile, Bolivia, this earth' unexpectedly? His Florida has the name of being goodto
words of warning were, "Watch --
at Riddle Field. I Paraguay and Uraguay. Uncle Sam's nephews so don'tlet
therefore, for ye know neither the
Routine matters of business were him down. Keep up your good I
Jerry and Teddy Greenberger transacted, and refreshments servedby I day nor the hour wherein the Son deeds and keep your chins up.

were recent visitors in Miami, gO- the hostesses, Mrs M. W. Bigg, of Man cometh," Matt. 2513. Will I When you have to sacrifice something II DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,

ing down to enlist in the U. S. Mrs. W. M. Martin, Mrs. W. D.[ He find ,you watching. and ready? I just remember that it's for BUTTONHOLE MAKING
Army. Teddy was accepted, but Wylie' and Mrs. F. E. Conkling. --- --- i lour country and what it stands for.

Jerry failed to pass his physicaland I COMMUNITY CHURCH And Private Burke closes with Mrs. Inez Pope

is back at his work at' Riddle' ALTAR SOCIETY, :MEETING John N. Montgomery, Minister I "please write to the boys in the I Millcrest Near Passenger ,Depot

Field. I service. It helps keep up morale ,
Mrs..: Jack Schopenhauer was.hostess 9:45-Sunday School, and we need lots of it." \ (next: door to Bill Allen's)
Mrs. William Calyer has returned at the meeting of St. Mar- if' :00-Morning Worship. Sub- Recent changes in assignments

to Clewiston from Cuba. Mrs. garet's Altar Society meeting yesterday ject, "A Lasting 'Armistice." include Louis Leiter, from Nash- I

r Calyer accompanied' her, husband I afternoon at her home. 6:30; -Junior Christian Endeavor. ville, Tenn, to Biloxi, Mississippi.

to Cuba in the summer and plannedto Several matters of Church business Ensign L. G. Kelly was transfer-

,return with him before the open- were transacted and committee appointments 7:30: -Evening Worship. Sub- led from Cape May, New Jersey, .
ing of the harvest Dif- ject, "Learning Faith in War- Florist AgencyFlowers
season. made by Mrs. W. D. '' to Cleveland, Ohio.
ficulties of transportation delayed King, president.The Time. From Beltsville, Md., Charles i
] delivered here at no
The Service Roll for Community I
her return until this week. Society voted to purchase Roberts writes, giving a bit of an
extra cost. Other towns
II any-
Church will be dedicated at the
'; ---- four books to'present to the Clew-
; insight into what he's been doing
where in U. S. add only cost of
morning service Sunday. The Roll
Mrs. W. T. Wheeless returned iston Public Library.
since he became one of Uncle]
telegram, ranging from 20 to
I Board designed and 'paintedby
Monday from a few weeks' visit Next month Mrs. H. A. Bestor was Sam's nephews. He says: '
Mrs. W. N. Martin. It is beautifully 55 cents.
y with her daughter, Mrs. James M. will be hostess. When I left Camp Blanding,
Boyd, and family in Augusta, Ga. executed in oils on pressed MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN
I Fla., I was sent to Fort Belvoir,
: Captain and Mis. Boyd? who. are I wood. The names of' twenty-five iVa., an engineer replacement I Western Union Office

on a short trip to their home in home last week, using a Hallowe'en men who have been members or I training center and went through Day Phone 82 Night 2791

Fort Myers, accompanied Mrs. I theme 'for, party accessories. First II have 'been associated with the J' five weeks of basic training. In I.

\Vheeless on her return trip., I prize, a Dresden, china 'pig, wentto church are included. I, _
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Mrs._ W. H. Lanier and cut, a
'BRIDGE CLUBS box Hallowe'en candies, to' Mrs.. the Presbyterian Church U. S. A.
Dave Alston. in the state of Florida will Hold a

Mrs.' R. C. Wilson was hostess to A Jack-0-Lantern dessert ofdevil's three day meeting in the Presby-
'lit:>> members of her bridge club at her food cake and peaches was terian Church 'of St. Augustine No-

home Wednesday afternoon. First served with coffee to Mrs. Alston, vember 1012. At this time the

prize went to Mrs. W.. C. Owen and Ms. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. .F. 'E. matter of a change of presbytery

second to Mrs. Clarence J. Nielsen. Conkling, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. membership will be discussed'a

Mrs. Wilson served butterscotchpie ;H. R. Hall, Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. G. acted upon. Mr. Montgomery will
and coffee to Mrs. J. E. Beards I B* Thomas and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. attend these meetings. r

r: ley, Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. Owen, The special offering for the War-

r' Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. Nielsen Mrs. Josephine Knight was' hos.,I Time Service Commission Fund

[ Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Otto tess Wednesday evening to the| taken last Sunday and special gifts I THURSDAY
: Larsen and Mrs. Frank E. Conk- bridge club of which her daughter!' received amounts to more than rc MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

ling. Mrs. C. E. Miner, is a member, and'I forty dollars at present. The goal I
.
r --- entertained In Mrs. Miner's turnas is at least one hundred dollars to

The evening bridge club was en- a surprise to her. First prize::1 I I be given to thisf, most worthy cause. I ..;; n
tertained by Mrs. V. C. Woodwardat was'won by Mrs. Ruth B. Owens:) A meeting of the session of Community I
the home of Mrs. Glen Etherton and second by Mrs. M. E. Von Church is called for Monday 1

f Thursday evening.;, The hostess Mach., ,There, was a table of visitors I evening at 8:00; in the church. I s- J

' served a waffle and sausage sup : and Mrs. F. Deane Duff won The choir; will rehearse 'Thurs- '1cL !f Ii : You'll"be helping everybody if you avoid

per prior to the bridge game anda the prize among the visitors. I day evening at 8:00 in the church.. week-end trips whenever possible. That's
dessert course afterwards. First Mrs. Knight served strawberry The choir made its, first fall ap- I the time when travel facilities are most
prize was won by Mrs. A. C. Carl-I shortcake, whipped cream and hot,I pearance last Sunday. It added crowded-the only time when many war

ton and second by Mrs. G. E. Crow. tea to Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. G. H.I a great deal to the service. There'I I 1 ; workers and men on furloughs can go.

Mrs. Curtis Thompson received Small, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mrs.''I is a place for every person who enjoys t
consolation. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. M. E. Von singing. Mr. Beardsley and } W tit4 Miller's Drug Store
.
Playing were Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mach, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. W.' Dr. Morrow are in charge of the the
"Mrs. Crow, Mrs. Art Lawrence, E. Dilley, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,,'I choir and is doing good work. 1 IpiSIN" Canal Point, Florida

: Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Carlton, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. R. H. Junior Christian Endeavor ,meetsat OSOR

Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. Thompson Knight. Mrs. W. C. Owen and Mrs. 6:30 in the church under ,the
and the hostess. F. Deane Duff. leadership of Mrs. Heath and Mrs.
I 1 0 Q
Westmoreland. New officers elected -
\ i Mrs.,, Carl Johnson entertained last Sunday were: Jo Ann

members of her bridge club at herr IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID,I Crouch, President; Danny Martin,

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for. % i'diyJ,:., /,p3 ,,e v ,R. v ..Ri.4 .
>1 s {Lt\'g. r ": V.bxawn''' 'Ycaf:sy k .,
o ; f'Fwiy ssSF ,;)6;a;.r .p.x the beginning of the present

F yn ;G ta JW" 6F"av r nc14kSCREW& century one of Barnum and

oQLJct2J Bailey's publicity experts saw a
? chance to get some free news-
paper space. "The Greatest Showon
: Earth" would prove to repre-'
; sentatives of the press assembled
By VIRGINIA VALE in Madison Square Garden, New
Washington, D. C. % jY Released by Western Newspaper Union York, on the afternoon of March
DEMOCRACY STREAMLININGIf ctYa r.. :Ti c 27, 1904, which were ,stronger-
'C ALLEN ,and Portland
t
? FRED or
the President and the country men elephants. '
want to get a full realization of how aren't going to have I Engineers made a special port-
democracy is streamlining for action to worry about meat ration- able ,hydraulic weighing cylinder

they should think back to the CJ ing if the public does as well equipped with a gauge to register
summer of 1941, just one year ago, ,{ V / i"Twl by them this year as it did the pull in pounds. One hundredmen

when, for what seemed like 'unend- last. The star of -the Sunday exerted a pull of .8 pounds
ing weeks, the congress stewed overextension for each pound of their own
of the selective service ;y' .wA.y{, tr4L>f y lF T.t night oil program received weight, while the circus' mightiest

act. T wa ; Jy A :,,yrb S r} ?.. 'elR; n r1: } )F Rrnt gifts of meat from two governors I elephant could pull only .73 pounds -
Senate and house isolationists were 's +>}y,' 1 -a smoked ham from the for each pound of its weight.1AOROLINE .
the galleries on the iniquities -
haranguing governor of Tennessee, a tur-
of keeping the boys more than
key from Governor Johnson of
one year in camp; telling the public Kentucky, another ,ham from the tFt
how the was already convoy-
navy
University of Missouri, a roast pig
ing ships; revealing in advance that t r> from Iowa State college, a barrel of PETROLEUM JellY BURNS curs
Ice-
to
Roosevelt had sent troops
oysters from ,Johns Hopkins, and
rand. hundreds of other gifts, ranging froma
Finally by the thin margin of one bucket of West Virginia coal to Ode to WomanA
to the R'l. 'r: :' rl / /
vote, 203 to 202, and thanks a bottle of laughing gas! woman is the most inconsistent

was Rayburn sage extended.generalship; the selective Had of it Speaker not service been Sam,act for I Look Out Below! 2,000-lb. Bomb! Joel McCrea's. ,a'--life member oi with.-Richter.self-sacrifice compound that of I am obstinacy acquainted and

the Officers' Club of Gardner Field
,
have
should
that narrow victory, we '1
had no army to rush to Australia, The pictures presented herewith are the very first actual Calif. Recently, when buying cattle I.
and the whole war effort would have photographs of 2,000-pound bomb tests ever to be releasedin in that vicinity, with the thermometer -
at 110 he visited the and
received a tragic set=::back. the United States. They were taken at the Army Ordnance learned camp
that the men were tryingto
But last week, a war-gearedhouse department proving ground Aberdeen Md. In picture at top
raise
of passed the 18-19 money for a swimming pool.A .
representatives the bombs readied muscular civilian Bing match had Coughing
year draft extension act in three are being by a expertfor Crosby golf

days; and it should be passed by the test. He is attaching the tail fin to one bomb, across

the senate and signed by the, PresI- which lies a red flag-warning signal to other workmen. Fins

dent inside the week. are placed on large bombs just prior to dropping, to guide
nobody
and personally,
wanted Politically the 18-19 year draft exten- them in their flight. Made of comparatively light metal, they COLDS

sion. It was the worst time to pass'it might be bent if shipped attached to bombs. Bent fins would ti

just before elections. But congress cause misses. Relieve Distress -
is .doing a much better job
Time-Tested Way
than most people realize for stream- .
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lined democracy.- ;ySS: x}>.,t.ty r'vA//w.:> ; ; : .:;r'r'::: ?:: =:; r 4' F.H;y f r 6 JM, .nt a'H t y 3 7/' :KS -PATS AT ONe,...... ,,;, .
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ATROCITY PICTURESA ""
r to upper bronchial :;
strong debate is raging among 1irk 9 tubes with soothing ;t.#:>

propaganda chiefs over the questionof F : medicinal vapors. .f"\-:, 1 1

atrocity stories and pictures. The I T STIMULATES >'>;;:. :>,>,}....:
chest and back
government has received 'a lot of \ sur- i" :.fl.
faces like
\ a warmk. : r"
such material from Allied sources, ff- *ns poultice. 4 {:;-
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especially the Chinese and Poles, including -.:;WORKING s..;o "'.4'z'': :,::>::
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uou <: "" {
such horrible scenes as Japanese ... .. FOR 10\-\:::::::-::" ."
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attacking Chinese women, and ,:., MILLIONS OF MOTHERS relieve distress -
pouring oil on live bodies before V... JW y.yiL JOEL McCREA of colds this double-action
setting the torch to them. way because it's so effective-so
Opponents of publication argue 4 .-wM..w.V' ';"hW'm'o'N.M..:., 1S W-F----:: ;\tt'f ys:; raised part of it, a Victory Commit. easyl! Just rub throat, chest,
and back with good Old Vicks
that the atrocity stories of the last tee show' had helped, but they still VapoRub at bedtime.
war were largely invented, ,and The 2,000-pound demolition: bomb is trundled carefully to the bi-mo- lacked $2,000. McCrea said he Instantly VapoRub goes to work2

when so exposed left the public disillusioned tored bomber. Notice the pistol worn by the soldier who is pushing the couldn't sing dance or play golf to -above-to ways at relieve once, as coughing illustrated

I ; thus the people mightnow hand cart. He is armed to enforce, if necessary, rigid safety restrictions raise money, but he could-write a spasms, help clear congestion in
check-and did. You'll be seeing
read'unfavorably and chargethe upper bronchial tubes,and invite
government. with pulling the applying when high explosives are handled. him soon "Great Without Glory." comforting sleep.Often bymorning 4
most of the misery of the

same tricks.Other >__ '-'& Ht"i"C .."''''' ''''_< _'_'!:::''''''','I-S: '''."'II"7' "" ,,,_UO',,,,,,,,.,.,..,.....,.....""' ,;>0.1--.1..,.._, ,,,,,,,a,,,... Carey's E--been- in dozens; of cold is gone.When a cold strikes, ...
officials argue, however, Harry try time-tested Vicks VapoRub.
that the material is authentic, that range wars in the movies; now he'd

I it is not posters and rumors, but actual like to take part in one. Cattle
; photographs, and the public \ thieves have been butchering beef
; should know what sort of enemies 1i belonging to a neighboring rancher
we are fighting. and selling it to the black market; SHAVE with SHELBY,

( It is apparently a part of the German the neighbor, like Carey, raises cat- AND
I psychological warfare to treat 44 TiJ tle for the government. So, though 1 11h
Harry is busy in "Air Force" at te/ice ,.
< I British and Americans with reason- I 1M
able humaneness in order to keep us ')rd' i'l t': Warner Bros., he's been oiling a ; SHARPER .
1 lulled in a state of moderate war- couple of six shooters and planning BECAUSE

: fare. They save their! worst tricks f4l: .,.{ I r i action. THEY'RE

I for the conquered nations and the 4(1 >'/!THINNER
Russians.The Fred MacMurray's added himselfto
Poles and Chinese are urginguse r /.r i the list of Hollywood farmers; or double single edge edge
of the material he's the of 800 in north-
as a necessary owner acres
means of fully arousing' the American t Li ern California, which will be used 4 for 10cManuFactured L.

public to the menace. for farming and cattle raising. He's
l4'4liY
;/ : : > and guaranteed by
Office {%'r/ rs. 0 (:r 9 ) l'r slated to do "Above Suspicion" with
: 1 Elmer Davis' of War Infor- W rye t Federal Razor Blade Co., N. Y.
: mation is set to go, once the .debate Joan Crawford, for Metro, as the
: J is settled. 6ne outside picture Paramount lets

e e An electric winch in the bombardment plane lifts the bomb throughthe him make each year. The story of
;: DAIRY MANPOWER a professor and his wife who act as
i 1 Forthright Sen. Berkeley Bunker_ bomb bay to its position in the plane. These tests are conductedin British agents on the continent, it SNAPPY FACTS

I of Nevada had a long talk with the co-operation with the air corps' which furnishes the bombardment had been intended for Powell and ABOUT4RUBBER

1- President the other day on the war aircraft and flying personnel. Loy.
I
: I manpower problem, in which he em-
phasized the need of swift action to This remarkable photo shows a Director Richard Wallace just i
I: ;.' meet the labor shortage on dairy 2-000-pound bomb an instant after its ry;: &rY < doesn't like plane crashes, since he ,I "
farms. Fri. was a near-victim in one in 1935 \
i I'I "I'm from a farm area myself release. that cost five lives. So you won't

t: 1 and I know what these dairy people be seeing the crackup scenes in "A
\ Per the U. S. hat consumed
j f. J are up against," said Bunker. "Un- Night to Remember," with Brian ever year.half the world'* supply of
] less we move fast we will have a ,Aherne and Loretta Young, that the rubber. Close to 70%of the rub-
the U.S. woe
ber
Imported by
I ;: serious shortage next year. Already author put in. used In the manufacture of tire
; farmers to -y and tube and tire accessories.
i many are beginning "'-
I : slaughter their dairy herds because One of the best'of our radio shows Last you a 6.00 by 16 4-ply black

;, they can't get, help to' tend them." isn't heard in this country exceptby of IdewaU which tire 11.2 weighed pound.21.54 was pound crude, 10-
f' The President admitted the problem the studio audience. It's "Mail rubber. The balance of the weight
serious w"j : ,r' service wa in lubber, fabric, wire end
was and assured Bunker Call, the war department's
,'
R / H? fir: .y i) chemical.
': ; that the War Manpower commis- p "r, 2: :+H' '" yy: s. k >: .. '" .. s., o.i wg4yy ..: show which is recorded and short-
sion was aware of it. He added, : ':' ..'.u.riry'SY'r 6.rrrS n<5(%! ;,nw ,_ ( 'r4 >\uY : :)?; ','.,.' waved from CBS' Hollywood studiosto Seattle Several traded year a ago small a man haute from for

however, that. he doubted any steps service men in all parts of the one of the earliest type.of automobile -
tires, of which he was a
f' the government might take to relieve .\ world. A '''recent program,: staged collector.
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the farm labor shortage would : : ( % :',C'a, 4 fA before an audience of service men,
tiww
: : 4.t The most welcome gift for a Ugan-
i be a complete answer. > ? ? included Amos 'n' Andy, Claudette die bride of Africa i* an old auto-
t "The government can't solve this ; 'l.'s n j {;aii'' ; ';, N': o bd, Colbert, Joel McCrea and Betty Jane necklace mobilo tie on, which special oho occasion wear a* a

alone," said Roosevelt. "We are Rhodes.
going to have The tire on tho "Spirit of St.
to depend on the farm- L.J ul/hi ;j( --- ." In the Smithsonian Institution '-
ers themselves for individual initia- In 1918 Leo McCarey wrote a song are fifteen year old and
tive. I'll give you an example of entitled "Keep Up Your Chin," but still good. I fB.FGoodrjch
what I mean." the Armistice was signed the dayit

The +President then told how a was accepted for publication, and
neighbor of his in New York state war songs were out. Now along

owning a large dairy farm, hadpartly comes another war, and the song's.
solved his labor shortage by part of the musical score of "Once
employing students from a near-by Upon a Honeymoon."
high school to milk the cows. -" -

"Boys did the milking in the.morning It sounds almost too pat. Dick

and a group of girls from the Davis, playing a Norwegian in War-
same school took over in the after r ner's "Edge Darkness," heaved a

noons," he said. I Nazi storm trooper over his head, .
...
"That sounds like a good idea, Mr. cracked the heads of two others to-
President," observed Senator Bunker gether, fought through a mob of
'; "but it isn't exactly a new one. them, raced 50 yards and dove offa
When I was a boy on 'a Nevada Flame and smoke are sent nearly These two ugly, jagged fragments I pier. When he swam back to the

farm, I used to milk 10 cows every 2,000 feet skyward as the bomb xof metal, held by an army officer, beach Director Lewis Milestone

morning before school and 10 at plodes. Photo was taken with a telescopic formed part of the case of the test called to him: "Your wife phoned 1.1t G

'_ night. And I had to ride eight miles lens, a mile from the blast. bomb. that your draft board has classifiedyou f
to school on a bus." ; you're 4-F-physically unfit!"


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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
e/t4e4S Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago The Questions 7. Why is a recruit soldier called
4 _(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) a private? r

1. A harp usually has how many 8. What is a kumquat?

." %qi Lesson for November 8 strings? -
3? 2. Regular army khaki is madeof The Answers
what? .
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
and copyrighted' by International 3. The combining form "xylo," -
Council of Religious Education;. used by 1. Forty-six.
in .
A permission. as xylophone, means what? .
2. Cotton. '
4. How old was Ludwig van
.. /'1'Y' CHRISTIAN NURTURE IN THE 3. 'Wood.
Beethoven when he started to lose
bby.w {ff +97n"/.,,, n h 4. Twenty-eight.
k %$C 9Ju ,; : ewW' FAMILY. his hearing? -
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5. What .
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LESSON TEXT-Deuteronomy 6:4-9, 20 6. Pacific.
25: II Timothy 3:14: 15. used given names in the world? 7. Because he holds no rank or

GOLDEN TEXT-Train up a child In the 6. In which ocean is the inter: distinction. _
way he should and when he Is old. he
go; national date
line
established
? 8. A citrus fruit.
will not depart from It.-Proverbs 22:6.
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The religious life of the home is a

determining'factor in the life of the J U s*1-' CanYouWin Freedom

child, for it is in the home that the

child's whole existence centers and From'Constipa on?

JZJ from which'he receives the repeated Too
many folks
impressions, day by day, which"de from constipation go when on'surerlng'there'sno

termine character'and destiny. Then need in the world for them to
-'''.''''''''''''' too, it is in the home that the par- That Explains It do so! Why? simply because

II:. [ Honey Pumpkin Pie Inspires a Harvest SupperSee ent has the opportunity to demon- head."I have" a nasty ringing in my one constipation of the commonest Is lack of causes"bulk of:

strate the reality of the faith professed food" In the diet. In such cases,
1"" ( Recipes Below.)
rJ in the church and to show "That's because it's empty. I cathartics and purges can give

Harvest Supper Social the child that Christianity really never have ringing in mine." only If this temporary Is relief I
This "That's because it's cracked." your trouble you can
-' Week'sIenu counts in the ordinary experiences. expect.lasting relief from con-

One of the nicest things about fall I. By Recognizing God's Word stipation simply by eating

are those harvest socials when Chicken Fricassee (Deut. 6:4-9). Accommodating: KELLOGG'S This ALLBRAN'dally..
supper crisp delicious
Baking Powder Dumplings "Old Lady River-that Old Lady cereal supplies -
folks throughout the land gather together Twice a day the orthodox,Jew repeated River-" the "bulk" you may need-
and Coleslaw
Cabbage Apple
with the fruits of their sum- the words of 4 and 5 gets at the cause of your trouble
Spiced CrabapplesBreadButter verses "Hey, you got it wrong! It's Old Man" and corrects It. Start
mer labors and heap high the table Pickles "the Shema," in his time of prayer, River." KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN eating today

with steaming chicken fricassee or Sauteed Corn and Green Pepper morning and night. It was the "I'm singing about Mississippi." and drink plenty of water.,See

beefsteak pies, fruits and vegetables, Pies foundation of his faith, declaring the what-a wonderful difference It
Honey Pumpkin makes'
and pies, anything good to eat! Coffee Milk oneness of God in a world of many Fit the Mind. cause Instead when of you trying correct to '"rem the

Q It's partially the food that makes Recipes Given heathen gods, and calling for com- "This is a very small room to edy: the result! ALL-BRAN Is
these suppers unforgettable and par- plete and absolute devotion to Him. give your uncle.' made by Kellogg's In Battle

tially, too, the way But it was not enough that these "It's O.K. He's narrow-minded." Creek. If your condition Is not
brings old friends and serve from a large bowl.A helped by this simple treatment
words should be repeated in the It's wise to see a doctor.
;' together before the highly prized and cherished service, they were to be taught with Conscience is the inner' voice
favorite for these fall harvest
long winter pulls sup all diligence to the children and to'' that
warns us that.there's
in. Whether it's the pers is Steak and Kidney pie, the be a normal and natural part of their i around 'the a policeman -

local grange who meat floating hi delicious gravy, daily conversation.. I corner.

_":%"'- the affairor 'topped with a flaky, crisp and golden
sponsors Here ,is a matter of great signifi-;
the ladies' aid, crust: cance to us. The, faith which we Sure Enough"I iIiMfl
;
"
Steak and Pie. saw a comet last night.
or groups, the affair will be a tremendous Kidney profess in the church,must be effec- "What's I
(Serves 6) that?
success. tively brought into the home. It is i
Remember the chicken fricassee? 2 pounds beef steak (cut % "Don't you know what they calla p5PIRiN
inch thick) not enough to carry a Bible .on Sun- star with a tail?" WOAIGS IARGEASELLERATiOf
Chicken Fricassee. day, it should be in use in the /
"Mickey Mouse.
(Serves 8-10) 2 pork kidneys home throughout the week; not onlyin
2 small onions minced
2 3-pound chickens family worship, but in the .incidentals
1 teaspoon salt The real test of a gift is how wellit In
Salt, pepper, ginger of daily life. Jealousy
3 quarts boiling water '/4 teaspoon.pepper The family altar has gradually I is received. Which puts Camels There is more self-love than love

Vz cup each, onion, carrot, celery 1 cup flour disappeared, and it is regrettablethat and Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco in jealousy.-La Rochefoucauld.
V fat right at the of
1 bay leaf cup it has, for the testimony of gen- top the list as
4 tablespoons chicken fat 2 teaspoons Worcestershiresauce erations indicates that in family gifts sure to please any smoker.

4 flour of the useful And 'they're ideal as lastminutegifts.
tablespoons worship some most
Cut steak into 1%-inch pieces. 'It's a convenient and eco- COLDS
Juice of y lemon men and women of all ages have received -
Dredge with flour salt and nomical to remember
tablespoons minced parsley pepper. the direction of life which way all your
Saute with onion until brown in smoking friends particularlymen
1 can mushrooms made them great for God. quick .u.i
heavy kettle. Add sufficient waterto in the service who prefer tobacco -
Clean chickens, cut into pieces for cover meat well. Add sauce and Let us not''' readily assume that it and cigarettes to any other LIQUID

serving. Sprinkle with salt, pepper seasoning. Place on heat to si m1s not possible for-us to have a family gifts. You have your choice of.the 6 6 6 TABLETS SALVE
and few grains of IIROU"
NOSE \
mer. altar simply because of the difficulties Camel Christmas Carton, containing -COUCH DROPS))

? boiling'water ginger. Cover with and ti Remove every trace of white 'of time, place, etc. But ii 10 .packages__of 20's or the

t tubes from kidneys and cut into we cannot have such worship regularly Camel "Holiday House," contain-

cook slowlyfor cubes. Place in ( let us show our children that ing four "flat fifties." Both are LADIES BE SMARTSave

one hour. Add III kettle, cover with we have a real interest by reading colorfully-wrapped, ready to give,
vegetables and f'a a cold water, bringto our Bibles, by sharing some bless- without any additional Christmas gas. Shop at home-by mail $ "59

bay tinue leaf and con-until a boil and ing found therein with them, and by wrapping. Also the pound canisterof WEAR HOLLYWOOD CLOTHES D-

cooking drain and making prayer the natural thing inthe' Prince Albert is handsomely
repeata
tender; Drainoff Ask for FBHB catalog showing smart BOLLYWOOD -
second rim e. home at all times, not just in gift-wrapped. Your dealer is featuring creations, dresses, slacks, blouses, eta.,
liquid and sur- all colors,sizes-low prices. Big Factory outlet.
Add kidneys to hours of trial or adversity. Let us all these welcome gifts now.
plus fat. Add flourto MODE OF HOLLYWOOD
e meat in kettle recognize God's Word in our family -Adv. 10X3. S.Los AncI..St. Los Ang.lM,eanr.
melted fat and cook until brown. '
Gradually add 3 cups chicken brothor and simmer t o life.II.
gether until tender, about two hours. By Remembering God's Blessing -
Vii chicken
cups broth and 1%
rich milk. Season and cook Continue to add a little liquid and (Deut. 6:20-25): :h> ;d }?';( .
\ cups until .
stir ; :.
from time to time to keep meat {:
smooth. Add lemon juice and The nation that forgets its past
f mushrooms. Place chicken in from sticking. Remove meat to a will have no future worth remem-

with minced parsley and heat.gravy casserole, add enough liquid to cover bering. The Israelites were to recall Lv
and set aside to cool. Cover that the glorious history ofGod's :
Baking Powder Dumplings with a crust of plain pastry and bakein
loving kindness toward them
2 flour
cups a hot (450-degree) oven 12-15 minutes. bore
4 teaspoons baking powder testimony to the truth of His
Vz teaspoon salt Word and to the faithfulness with

> 2 tablespoons butter Honey Pumpkin'Pie. which He had kept them. Their'

2 eggs, well-beaten 2 (Serves 8) young people would thus be encouraged .
Milk eggs to trust God for the future.
1 milk
Sift' dry ingredients, and. chop in %cup cup cream "Hitherto the Lord hath helped,"
butter. Add with means that henceforth we may
eggs enough milkto V/2 cups pumpkin .
form a heavy drop batter. Drop % -' count on Him.
cup honey
In every nation there are those
quickly by spoonfuls into chicken Vz teaspoon salt
broth. Cover closely and cook 10 '1 teaspoon cinnamon occasions of history'where; only God -
could deliver-and He did. The recollection
minutes without lid.
removing % teaspoon
ginger
"Cabbage and of such events in a way
{
Apple Coleslaw. 1 all-bran
recipe pastry shells ,
(Serves 6)) which will give the glory to God
Prepare shells.
pastry
Beat
eggs rather than will
to
2 cups, crisped, dried, shredded slightly, add remaining ingredientsand man strengthen
cabbageSalt faith and cause men to look to God
mix thoroughly. Pour into in in the hour of need, and to thank

dividual, unbaked pie shells and Him in the day of victory.
1 diced _
cup apple bake in a hot oven (450 degrees) for ::"
V cup cooked salad dressing 15 minutes. Reduce heat to moderate In the family too, we should culti

Mix cabbage and apple with salad (350 degrees) and continue vate the sacred memories of God's

dressing and salt. Chill thoroughly baking 45 minutes or until knife inserted deliverance, of His blessing; of the 1
t aNv'
comes out clean. joy of His fellowship in bright as

well as threatening moments. Chil- .

LYNN SAYS: Pastry. Shells. dren who hear such matters gratefully
(Makes 8)
rehearsed in the home havean
Sudsy Facts: Higher industrial V cup all-bran
effective anchor in a time of
activity and consumer income \Vz cups flour storm.

.contribute to larger soap consumption Vz teaspoon salt
III. By Continuing in God's GraceII
according to a Department % cup shortening
( Tim. 3:14 15).
r of Agriculture ,
report, mak 4 tablespoons cold water (moreor
ing last year's soap consumption less) That which we learn' of Christ and

the largest on record. Roll, cereal fine. Combine with ''of God's Word is to be translated

Domestic oils and inedible tal flour and salt. Cut in shortening. into living for Christ. The experiences

i- low will take the place of import Add water, little at 'a time, until of grace and the remem- In the Army-Navy-Marines

I ed and tropical oils for this year's dough is moist enough to hold to I brance of God's blessing of child- -and Coast Guard-
supply. hood are not for period of life
soap gether. Roll out on a lightly floured that
,Healthfulness dictates cleanli- board to about one-eighth inch thick alone but for a, continuing in God's the Favorite Cigarette is CameL

: ness, and that means not only in ness. Place in individual pie this. grace.. This carries Sour thought a (Based on actual sales records in *
I, I' clothing and personal hygiene but Trim edges, leaving one-half inch bit beyond the responsibility of the
'I \ in clean surroundings in the beyond rim of pan. Fold under and parent to provide the proper surroundings Post Exchanges and Canteens.)

: .\ I. home, especially in the kitchen flute.. Fill with pumpkin filling as and training, and stresses ASK YOUR DEALER FOR SPECIAL
I I' where food is prepared. Light or directed above. the duty of the child to apply, per- FlllsrtNS
white floors insure cleanliness. fect, and continue that experience SERVICE MAILING WRAPPER
Cake Making? Bread Making? Cookie
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You restore of Christian truth and
can freshness by ? testimony.
Baking Budget Fixing? Housekeeping?
laundering draperies, walls, rugs You name the problem and explain it. The obligation is on each one of us
and upholstery by using a soap Miss Lynn Chambers will be glad to give to continue in the things we have

jelly made by dissolving 1 part you expert advice if you write to her, enclosing learned, and if we do not, the judgment -
t soap to 5 parts hot water, letting a self-addressed stamped envelope must come upon us.* If we CAM E L ;Er (l"IJ'

cool, then whipping to a fluff witha for your reply, at Western Newspaper I do, salvation and,blessing will come
Union, 210 South
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lit I will probably be delayed for,' win over Pete McIntyre's 355 in I I I:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....-.:..: .... .......... ....... . :!
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SHERIFFVIGGINS another week due to the fuel oil the Eighth Flight* j I'i. - :.. I

registration and, rationing which! W. T. Wheeles had an easy vlcj '
I was also delayed. j'.tory over C." Gericke in the Ninth CLEWISTON =*: r. \1 1

INDICTED FEDERAL Under this program no passenger Flight with a 467 to_.Gericke's 299 I

f car will be permitted 'more than I J. H. Richards and R.. King will III

JURY ON WEDNESDAY I five tires, all excess tires to be' play the finals in the Tenth Flight. _: GOLF COURSE ; _: !

i sold to the government. Periodic Several other tournaments are ,
tire inspections will be made to I being planned for the alleys for the X :

Moore Haven Democrat) I determine whether or not tires are immediate future. A turkey I! Public Invited $ i
( I being abused, such abuse possibly,.,tourney for the ladies will be won,,

'}. J. Wiggins, sheriff of this 1 causing cancellation of gasoline: not on high scores, but every lady ... x
Bounty since 1928, was indicted bya 'I rations. Conviction of driving who bowls at least three games I I; ?:

federal grand jury in Tampa I more than, thirty-five miles per i]i[ will get a chance. at the drawing :: '" ::: ,(
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Wednesday on charges of taking I hour will also possibly cause the I for the turkey. Another I _-t_ r;j
prisoners from the county jail loss -of gasoline ration. lent for the men will tourna-I 1.- .; :
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here and working them on his The program will affect the life only one match each week y
3'anchwithout pay. I J[! of almost everyone in the nation!I team with probably eight teams __

'There were two counts, both cfj!Sand! the ration board is expected to i I instead of the eighteen as in the I' i Since drive
''Which. the grand jury said, violated become as thoroughly versed in summer tourney. you cannot to the {

the thirteenth amendment to the I the program as possible in. order:i High scorers during October [ Y

federal constitution covering slav- to pass on Information to the pub I were: Sam Lang, men's ten pins, beach the -:-

ery and involuntary servitude. The lie. \ 243; Mrs. Essie, Oliver, ladies' tenpins t for week-end, get your i

first count If there is a conviction I I 213; Eric Thomas, boys' tenpins

carries a maximum penalty of JOIN SEA-BEES 259 ; Eric Thomas, boys' duckpins Y

$1,000 fine or a year in jail orj I I I' 150; Mrs. Clara Broaderick, :=: exercise and sun tan at, the same *

both and the second carries ai i -Paul-- Wlto and Curtis Golden. 'women's duck pins,- 95 and Millie Yt l .
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penalty of 5,000 fine or five year who enlisted recently in theU. S.:I II Bourne, girl's ten pins, 159. *t-. -t.-- ".

in jail, or both. I Navy Sea-Bees !left last month for -A:- time: r ',' :0t.t..
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The grand jury hearing. was: I training and are now located at : r O{

held 'in Tampa last week at which J iDavisville, K. I. Little Interest- :t. ', > .; ::' ; :" ;" *

time several county officials were Francis Cross and John Taylor : 1

called to testify along with several I have been ordered to report for -- \ Y -
prisoners who were named in the duty today in the same branch of (Continued from Page 1) .:.' : ; I

indictment as having been worked,the service. Cross goes in with a Green, 106 36, 51, 24, 39, total I J !

ty the sheriff. These prisoners chainman's rating and Taylor is 256. .: : :T y

named In the indictment were said to have a second-class petty) Representative in Congress. 1st :!. _y-

Lewis Ivy, Ezekial Edwards, Val- officer's rating Congressional- District, J. Hardin I .t.; 1/
donia Fluellen Wright, Elijah, J Peterson, 107, 34, 56, 22, 41, total i O? I
Mack McCallcarpenter for the v :
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Bottoms, John ,Arndahl, Lee Kemp, U. ,S. Sugar Corporation, passed his 260. YEARLY MEMBERSHIP: i

Eddie Iarper, Henry Hudson and final examination yesterday in Miami Justice Supreme Court, Alto Y .t- I
Liga Hudson. Adams, 109, 22, 42, 20, 40, total Yjt. DAILY GREEN I
FEES
for entrance into the SeaBeesand
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233; H. L, (Tom) Sebring, 112 y
The first count charged that was told that he would report t

nine other prisoners citizens and and a inhabitants"number J of of for duty in about six weeks.. Terrell 28, 46,, 109 21, 40'20, total 45, 18 247, 40; total Glen ;:;.: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:.;..5:t:

I 232.
the United 'States," were taken Hallowe'enContinued I
] Railroad Commissioner, Jerry W. It,
from jail to farm and "compelled,
Carter, 108, 32, 59, 24, 39, total I
their
forced and coerced against 1 -
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262; Eugene S. Matthews, 109,
wills to remain and work as from -
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25, 44, 20, 40, total 238.
slaves"on the private property of later of local musicianswho
by a
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State Senator 24th ,
Senatorial
the sheriff into whose keeping they played for the square danc- % %j'< ? It'sYOURfight
and District, James A. Franklin, 109, r '.. .
had been placed by court orders :
regulations. .The second count said ing.Children's costumes were judgedin 42, 57, 28, 41, total 277. I : too!

Wiggins "did wilfully, knowingly a costume parade and prizes -

and felonously aid in causing the awarded to Gene Thompson, Beverly Two AmendmentsContinued -

prisoners to be carried away to beheld Carlton, Buzzy' Powers, Sharon :"? BUY U.S.

as'slaves," in that they were Crochet, Bub Mills and Louise
taken without authority to his farm Prewitt. ( from Page 1)) WRRBOnDS

and forced to remain there "and Workers who helped with the No., Five: For-36, 10, 20, 11, 3: ..
work as slaves." .. 4. Against--57, 22, 16, !5:), 8. \..
carnival, in addition to parents
No. Six: For-24, 11, 14, 5, 5.
The amount of actual farm work and teachers, were Mrs. G. H.
Against-70, 15, 18, 10, 6. S from incomePHOTOGRAPH
performed by the men. was. not revealed Small, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, Mrs.
No. Seven: For-34, 8, 10, 4,
by District Attorney Phillips Ruby McIntyre, Mrs. G. E. Wenz- I
6. Against-55, 13, 16, 9, 7.
who announced the indict- loff Mrs. Arthur Bong, Mrs. F. E.
No. Eight: For-18, 12, 13, 5, OFFICIAL
ments. These facts it was said, Chalker, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfordand u. S. NAVY
5. Against-77, 19, 22, 12, 8.
'would be brought out at the trial Mrs. C. L., ,Downs, Glen Ether- a .
No. Nine: For-14,4 8, 9, 3, 3.
and were developed at the lengthy' ton, E. L. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. .
Against-84, 21, 26, 15, 12.
hearing last week. Charles Bolton and George Weaver. .....m.>riiaw .ooos'W.n'' :ij r ti
!i ,,'
: Musicians who played and I NOTI-C-E-----------1 Between Sea Battles (( jj ;
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called the square dance' were M. 1 '

Mileage RationingTo 1 I' A. Thomas, Jack Adams, Aaron : HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA I

Soon Knight and Philip Thielen. NOV. 6. 1942 .
Be Effect c
In
Local firms and business men NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter
--r- who contributed material, supplies, 18296, Laws of Florida Acts of 1937,
prizes and the known as the :MURPHY ACT. the
like for the carni-
Members of the local rationing followingdescribed land in Hendry
board and Mrs. R.. C. Nowling, val were Parkinson's, B. and B., County Florida, will be offered for
Royal's, H. J. Oglesby, Dave Als- sale at public outcry for the highestand 1
"clerk, have been asked to attend best cash bid, subject to the rightof
"a meeting to be held at three o'- ton, U. S. Sugar Corporation, A:I the Trustees 'of the Internal Im- I.-
O. Ward provement Fund to reject any and all
Olin Waters, Gulf Oil
clock p. .m. next Wednesday afternoon bids at' the Courthouse beginning at -
at Gwynn Institute in Fort Corporation, E. E. Kelly, E. M. 10 o'clock A. M. on ,the 27th day of BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE
Cornette, Dan November, 1942. Easement for road
Padgett,
Myers to be conducted by a Toggery right of way, 100 feet wide will be
mileage specialist, W. S. Phillipsof I I Shop, Clewiston Dry Goods, Lee's reserved from any parcel through SALES ALREADY THIS MONTH: EXCEED $1,000
I Dress Shop, Shorty's Barber Shop, which there is an existing State road:
the Tampa district OPA officeto Lots 12-13 Elbaroda Sd of
acquaint them with the provisIons Glen Etherton, Bell and Southern Eusers Add to LaBelle;
SWU of SWtf S of' branch.
Bread Companies, The Eelbeck
I of the new mileage rationing Sec 4, Twp 43 S., Rge 28 E, 5
program soon to go into effect. Company and Mrs. H. C. Avant. acres; k
I Lots 1 to 40 Blk C Palm Hts,
The mileage rationing is the new Sd of Block 109 LaBelle:.
form of rationing gasoline and Most of Bowling All Blocks 111, 112, '113; Goodno's M.wcs.
Addition to LaBelle.
I tires and will necessitate a new TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL
registration of all motorists and the IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA.By .
I'' issuance of new coupon books (Continued from Page 1) WILLIAM T. HULL

sometime- this month. Originally Seventh Flight. Agent Trustees I. I. FundHendry I

slated for November 9, 10 and 1 X'. Bob Hare's 413 was sufficient to 1 time. County I
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