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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 13: --XUMBEU 51 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR



AMERICAN CADETS I'Defense Council I-SEVEN-- SELECTEES I KolstadResigns As I MILEAGE RATIONING .Y!


Calls Meeting Commissary ManagerThe _s

BEGIN TRAINING AT I I LEFT WEDNESDAYFOR BECOMES EFFECTIVE =,t

Every citizen of Hendry management 'of the United I

RIDDLE AIR SCHOOL 1. is urged to attend a countY'1 BLANDING States Sugar Corporation this, week ON NOVEMBER 22ND

important meeting of the Hendry I announces the resignation of H. C. ,

County Defense Council to be heldTuesday Kolstad as commissary manager for ;,
'
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evening at 8:30 p. m.I selectees left Clew- the corporation.,
r t The first American Air Force Seven white A new phase of registration is "
November 17th, 1942 at the Wednesday 'mprning Mr. Kolstad, one of the oldestof "
K cadets to be trained at Riddle court iston by bus now underway for automobile own- :
Field arrived here Thursday morn I I house in LaBelle.- for Camp Blanding where they will corporation employees in yearsof ers of this and other counties and '-1;
I This meeting is for the the U. S. service is planning to enter
be inducted into Army.
purpose
ing as a part of the largest con- I must be completed by: November
I I of transacting very important busi- called had been the armed service very shortly with
tingent of cadets yet to be sent to One other ( I 22nd. .
before the council. The a commission in the Quartermaster
the local field. There were seven- ness now red and another's transfer-I All motorists are required to filea
l meeting is called to comply with pending, appeal. Corps. With Mrs. Kolstad and
teen American boys in the class of postponed I new application form with a
instructions received from State their son Kim, they will leave next
a hundred which arrived that day. The only Clewiston man I record of tire inspection, to validate
week to visit relatives in Shell- '
National Offices. I
and
The field management states Peter Theodore :Chagaris, former ) I i their right to use the ration
man, Ga., until he is called into
Every citizen should attend and the Clewiston Bar
that it is impossible at this time proprietor of books already issued to them.
take an active part. Be on hand business I service.A. .
who leased that recentlyin ,
to make any announcement as to These blanks are now at hand in
any change in the training set-up and do your part. I. anticipation of the draft call. O. Ward, assistant to Mr. the office of the rationing board '
I A. L. TAYLOR Kolstad, is acting manager of the
in
turned down
had been
but did say that the seventeen He : but to facilitate their getting into
American cadets, while getting the I Vice-Chairman. previous efforts to enlist. The corporation commissaries. the hands of the motorists they __ \

same training as the RAF cadets others are: \ will be distributed to the various '

would graduate as American Air I American Legion II | Cleveland Daniels, i i Fort Denaud.1 I Kiwanis Members Make filling stations to be picked up.

Force officers. Whether the num- Hamp Dees LaBelle. The forms are very simple but

ber of Americans will be steppedup Has Armistice Day ,David, ,Henry Thigpen, Felda.: Known Preferences In should anyone have difficulty in

in future classes has not been I I I Raymond Cox, .,now: of Clewis ton filling out the form he may takeit

learned. I Meeting And Dance but transferred from Chipley. Work For Next Year to the ration board's office 19

Three American boys have already Theodore Austin Home, LaBelle. the Hopkins Building.

been graduated at Riddle !I Thomas Oscar Wilkinson La- New hours now in effect for the

Field but all three of these had enlisted Clewiston Post No. 93 of the Belle called last -month but failed W. C. Owen president-elect! of' ration office are from ten to one

in the 'Royal Air Force. The American Legion. celebrated the!i i to get his notice in time to report. the Clewiston Kiwanis Club, had o'clock and from two to'five 0'-

last of these, Wm. D. Grant, was twenty-fourth anniversary of the I I Edward Wm. Heath formerly of charge of the club's regular meet- clock. The office will be closed

graduated with the class of RAF World War I armistice at the regular I Clewiston and transferred to Bar- ing on Wednesday evening at the!! from eight to ten in order to give

cadets Wednesday morning. His monthly meeting on Tuesday tow. the ration clerk Mrs. R. C. Nowl-
home is in Atlanta. night at the Inn. Their wives were 'I Ernest Lee Tillman LaBelle, in- Clewiston Inn and the time was I ing, time to make out daily reports -

This week's graduation class 'nvited to the dinner meeting after duction postponed 'pending appeal. spent by the members -filling out I and take care of routine de-

received their'' wings at. ceremonies which the group went to the Com i The colored c n'for the county questionnaires which Mr. Owen had I tails. The work of this office in

,. held in front of the operations munity ,Center where dancing was has not as ,yet been announced for prepared which will help to formu- I increasing rapidly with the increase -

;, tower Wednesday morning and left enjoyed until a late hour. this month by the local board. late plans for the coming ,year. of numbers of products ..

/ on the train that evening. The There was no. planned, programat This was in lieu of a planned I rationed.

night before a party had been held the dinner and no speeches but program which had been announced The form to be filled out is a

R for them at the Instructor's Club the entire group Joined in singingthe MORE LABOR SEEN for a Ladies' Night at which single sheet' perforated the lower

E in the Scharnberg- home on the old war songs during and fol time a cadet from Riddle Field, I half being the tire inspection record -

ridge. lowing the dinner accompanied by was to have made a talk. Th<: and the whole sheet must be

The only change yet announcedin Porter Thomas on the piano and SOON BY USSC HEAD meeting coining during the cadets'turned in to the office of the

the training set-up is the elimination on the accordion. seven-day leave between "course rationing board. No tire inspection ;

S of the use of the basic type made it necessary that the''' pro. !I will be required at this time. The-
Among those attending were:
trainers. The future courses will Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller and FOR CANE, HARVEST gram be changed.In 'chief information which applicantmust

.consist5 of the two of obtain to fill the form
out is
phases primary the questionnaires Mr. Owen
Mr. and Mrs. H. .H. McCall of La- I
I f training as at present and Belle Mr;, and Mrs. Homer Taylorof asked each member to name his;: the serial numbers of the- five
two of advanced Although the first few weeks of tires retained. All other information
phases training -
I Felda, Mr., and Mrs. J. M. committee preference for the nevyear
i using the North American AT : the current sugar harvest have required be obtained from
Couse Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stalls and also asked that they mak: may
planes. The Vultee bask planes(I and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cassidyof I found the United ,States Sugar Cor- project preferences of three types, the vehicle ,registration card. Serial

s' will be eliminated entirely.G poration short of help as well as long those which could -. I numbers of tires are indented on
II Moore Haven, Mr. and Mrs. G. range possibly
Willis Tyson, manager of' B. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Jack independent cane growers, neces- be completed within a year the sidewalls and must not be confused -
"
*, Riddle is sitating some loss of time in the I with raised
Field to
expected re- figures appearing -
DeValcourt,, Mr. and Mrs. ,R. M. and I others on which immediate ac- '
5 'turn 'within the- 'next few days ,BishopriX; iij, ,Mrs_ Frank Conk- operation of .the,,sugar house here. tion and completion wojild be ,pos-, thereon. *. ", -,_ ..... ..
"
*muAia trip: 'to" England "toconrer' lingy-Mr" and Mis. J. E. Beardsley Jay W. Moran executive vice- sible. Results have not <.been announced. -' Surplus tires must be disposedof

'+ regarding training, methods .and, it Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner Mr. and president of the corporation stated by the coming Sunday ,Novem-
Vir ispossible that he may be in a this week that the corporation has ber 15, and it is probable that
Mrs.. W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs.E. Charles Miller reported that J.
position to make hope that this month will those who show evidence
some, announce- every cannot
M., Comette Mr. and Mrs; N. I P. Riddle had agreed that Riddle-
ment as the future policy of the I see an influx of workers which that such surplus tires have been
V. S. Mumford Jay W. Moran H. McKay would undertake the neces-
field here. I will enable the daily grind at the sent in for government use will
R. Hall and Porter Thomas of sary improvements to the local air-
The training of RAF cadets in: Clewiston. I sugar house to be stepped up. 1 not be. able to get gasoline rations
port to make it suitable for a CAA
this country was sharply curtailed I Some of the" southern states from after November 22.
rating.
1 months' with five I which labor has been procured during -< Drivers of cars with A books
several ago only
Visitors at the meeting 'were Dr.
Postoffice Asks HelpIn I past harvest seasons have will be required to have their tires
(Continued 8) Orville Rigsby and A. R. Richardson -
on page I taken steps to prevent this farm inspected by official OPA inspection -
of the Tallahassee Club.
Christmas Mailing labor leaving their states and in stations every four months and

.. New Instructor InAgriculture I places the U.* S. Employment Serv- those driving with B and 0 books

I School Has Program will have to have this inspection

HereM. Postmaster A. W. Sias this week I officers every two months. This inspection

appeals to the public to begin I In some sections there is a surplus On Armistice; DayThe Continued on Page, 8)

I earlier than ever this year mailing i of agricultural workers now [ -

H. Sharpe 'of Fort White arrived -I their packages letters and cards, unemployed: and it is feared that unless A.C.L. Engineer Dies

l4 here the past week-end to I intended for Christmas delivery. they are brought south to work only program in Clewiston'sobservance

take over the position as agriculture -f There is no doubt that the Post that they will be absorbed by industries of Armistice Day wasa
Here On ThursdayI
{ teacher in the Clewiston and( Office Department is now startingthe which are also badly in brief program held in the school
I
1 Moore Haven schools a position left most gigantic 'task in its his- need of labor. auditorium at eleven o'clock Wednesday -i -- si

vacant/by the resignation of Dan I tory. It is making strenuous efforts The curtailment of l labor recruit- I morning after which schoolwas Richard Welch 60, an

Padgett last month. to avoid such ,a terrific jam ing by the Corporation, has also dismissed for the remainder of; Atlantic Coast Line engineer who

Mr. Sharpe is a graduate of the I Ias it faced, in 1918 under similar worked a hardship on the vegetable :the day. I was employed during the season

University of Florida and is 'now conditions, during the First World growers who in the past have The program was opened with a by the United States Sugar Cor-

teaching, his second year. His I War It can succeed in those efforts -I profited by the fact that many pledge of allegiance to the flag I' poration to operate a cane train

specialty is shop work and a great and avoid many heartaches for I workers imported for work in the after which Fr Timothy ,J. Geary locomotive, died at the Clewiston

deal of the course will be devoted I the public-if those using the mails .cane fields have shown a preferencefor pastor of St. Margaret's Catholic Hospital early Thursday morning

to this type of work. Both' will cooperate by doing their work on the truck farms. Church ,gave the opening prayer a heart ailment diagnosed as .,
schools now have shops very well.\ Christmas mailing early. f Most of the independent cane I and the crowd of" school childrenand thrombosis. -
I lOf
fitted for the course. I About 25,000 experienced pos growers now admit that they are parents present observed a Welch was a resident of Lakeland -

Another agriculture teacher,. tal workers already have been I working at present with not more period of silent prayer at the I but had worked 'here each"season -

R.. Wupperman, a graduate of Texas| taken by the war services., Meantime than a fifty per cent crew. eleven o'clock hour. i for the past eight years and

A. .and M., was slated to have taken I mailings have reached an all-' Brief Talks were given by Prin-- 1 had his family here with him one

over this job the first of the month time high. Although thousands ori Immunization Shots cipal R. W. Turk and by J. E. year. The attack which caused his
' after the 'resignaion of Dan Pad- temporary personnel will be added '
the
I Beardsley representing the Amer- death was the third this week
gett last month. The altitude was I to postal staffs, this help will be of .
Are Given At School ican Legion on the meaning I' first occurring Tuesday.The
too low believed for the health of' inexperienced and hard to find. Armistice Day and the fact of body was taken to, Fort
his baby and he asked for a trans- The best efforts' of "the Post Of- I that the Lawrence Powell Fu-
------, i which we are now aware Myers by the
fer to another section of the state. fice Department alone will not. be I Dr. Paul J. Coughlin of the U. Armistice was merely a temporary I neral Home and prepared for ship-

The resulting transfer brought Mr. enough. The public must assist.If i S. Public Health Service and health cessation of hostilities.The ment to his home in Lakeland for
Sharpe here to fill the vacancy. every person will wrap 'securely -! officer of the Glades-Highlands interment.
I singing '''of the Star Spangled
,address. carefully and mail I I district, his I nurse, Mrs. Ruth Elliott Banner and closing prayer by Surviving relatives include his
a
Men Lose Jobs .: early it will go a long way to insuring C. daughter
'Thirty ,I and County Superintendent Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor of, the wife, Mrs. Lulu Welch, a
; I proper delivery of that mail, this both of Lakeland -
E. Weaver began morning an First Baptist Church concludedthe Miss Eloise Welch ,
With U. S. Engineers and to helping relieve the conges- immunization clinic at the local pne. brother and six ,sisters
tion which is bound to increase school for both children of school program. (
from now through the holidays. I I I The United States Sugar Cor-
and pre-school age. "
\ I holiday Wage Hearing To
poration did not observe a
About thirty unclassified em- and shots
; Smallpox diptheria I
I

ployees the jurisdiction of the U.of S.the Engineers Clewiston in 1 Miller Only Slightly I II I were eighteen given pre-school this morning youngsters, to about and "I and neither, the did selective the U.service S. Engineers of--I Be Held Monday"

sub-office were, laid off last Sat- Injured In Crash almost two hundred school chil- fice or the rationing office but I

urday it was stated by W. C. Nail I I dren and the doctor will be here 1 I aside from them 1 almost every I '
the entire first of three hearings on
t. head of the local office. every Friday, morning nom nine place was: closed for The :

Iv.[,: Many of those losing their jobs) Charles i Miller, instructor at o'clock until twelve o'clock to follow clay. S I prevailing wage scales ,for 'agricultural truckling --
workers in the 'glades
I' were guards who had been hired Riddle Field, escaped with only I up oft this work. I Os-
the
I MARMOSET IS GIFTW. area will be held at
to patrol the various lock reservations minor cuts and bruises when his Dr. Coughlin is an army doctor I Camp at Belle

i and the others were members private plane, a Piper Cub fell just and the government is urging that ceola Migratory nine-
I' 1' C. Prewitt and his sons are Glade Monday morning at
of the maintenance labor crews. I'after taking off at the field Sun- every child, particularly those of
I The St. Lucie and Moore Haven day morning The plane is said pre-school age, be immunized somewhat thrilled over the acquisition thirty a. m.Purpose .
/1 w locks each lost four /Ito' of a Brazilian marmoset which of the hearing is to
guards, Or- have suffered considerable dam against these common diseases. He
I I
/1
'\3 tona, one and the old St. Lucie 1 is anxious that every Clewiston I was a recent gift from Jay W. Mo- establish wage rates for farm laborers ;

locks one. One of the guards at i age.It is understood that the plane parent of pie-school age children : ran.A brought into the areas tinder -

the local reservation also was laid I I had just been worked over and bring them in next Friday morningfor I pair of the marmosets, of the, the FSA transportation program -
I,, and little larger for planting cultivating andharvesting
off Mr. Miller was taking it up for a an examination.Did monkey family
;. This cut was said to have been I trial. It had risen just a few feet than a squarrel were presented tc I war-essential vegetable

due to a decrease in appropriationsfor from the ground when it fell First you know that the much discussed Mr. Moran by the pilot of a Pan- crops.

this type of work. Guard duties i aid was given and the pilot now junk dealer does not aver- I American clipper aboard which he- Many local vegetable and cane

will be taken over by lock- seems little the worse for the ex- age over $9.00 per ton net on his visited South America a couple ol f growers from Clewiston are planning -

'\ tenders. perience., sales? I :years ago. One of the pair died. to attend the meeting.J' .

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Navy Photographers Compile UNIFORM ,INTERNATIONAL THE CHEERFUL CHERUB. 'b 700


G R UDDR Records of Operations on 7 Seas SUNDAY Lesson I The outdoors cows can all.st d.y y 'i!"I


In meadows

W EA ON Compiling a permanent record of tactics and training, photog- Of By The HAROLD:Moody Bible L. LUNDQUIST.Institute of D.Chicago.D. and sweet gre.e.n
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) ..
raphy has assumed new dimensions in the U. S. navy. The camera, They live, in ,

still and motion, records test flights, such as shown in the picture gorge.o

Washington, D. C. below, and accurately shows mistakes and possibilities for im- Lesson for November 15Lesson scenery
But
RUBBER MIRAGE fc.ll
In addition photography long has been known for they ,
provement. ,
Unfortunate, inside fact regarding subjects and Scripture texts selected do is j ('<
our grandiose plans to get rubber: its value in reconnaissance, and is rapidly becoming one of the Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by f.CAN cat. ( 1tif"l ) I a

from the Amazon valley is that most highly desired mediums for the training of personnel.U. : permission. q

we aren't going to get any more scattered all over the world,
S. photographers are
( navy THINGS THAT MAR FAMILY LIFE
than a driblet this About'4OOO :
tons have been produced year. against compiling this day by day record of operations, training, and

an expectation of around 50,000 tons. battle heroism. Through their skill, and bravery the public, too, LESSON 5:31 32 TEXT: Luke-Genesis 121315.27:30-35: Matthew .

Part of this failure is due to the is getting a graphic first-hand account of front line action in GOLDEN TEXT-Bear ye one another'!

Jealous tug-of-war between Jesse These photo- burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ
which American fighting men are participating.
Galatlans 6:2.
Jones and the Board of Economic
of what is being done Wim Features.
graphs are typical '
Warfare. Jones' Rubber Reserve at ''f' : '
first delayed doing anything about with the camera by U. S. navy photog.4fi! ; Home is what you make it! Oh,

Brazilian rubber. Later the BEW '. lrlFjf: ffl.lI yes, there may be, circumstanceswhich

stepped in. raphers %'f.1' .,.,. }dM hinder us from doing what we WHAT ASPIRINYou

it be .._._ ,_ .... ... ,; :,,' t'Yf1.1n ;:;: would like-such as poverty, illness, ,y
This situation, bad as may ,, aoM: M 9 A hi 4 wr Y can't buy aspirin I
is insignificant compared with the unemployment, etc. But it is a mat- that can do more for you I SHALL
handicaps of nature. For in the jungles ter of the attitude of heart and mind. than St. Joseph Aspirin I I BUY?
has Whatever our circumstances may and you can't buy aspirin _
of the Amazon, nature safer,
surer faster-acting.StJoseph
erected the most difficult barriers .,x Ro-'g{t:r/ : + u Y aioC Ox o.x. > > {' '.J' 4 be, we can and must turn away is the world's largest seller at lOc and Aspirin you
conceivable to protect her rubber. % "r'i, ,$._.w ; from sin-and in this case, the sins get 36 tablets for 20,"!. 100 tablets only
Here is the tragic, inside story of :39""F" "r''H fr'f, io NY !t which hinder the home from being 35<. Always demand St.Joseph Aspirin.

what has happened. what it ought to be. God has provided I

First, the BEW, working in cooperation : rpr. victory over sin through Age of Romance .
with Jesse Jones' Rubber ) : ; S n;.:7.'r''?": ; 2f!:<." Christ for all who believe in Him. The .
Age of Romance has not ;
Reserve, offered a higher ,wage to .. What then are the sins which ceased; it never ceases; it does i
workers with result that 6 f stand as the enemies of the home?
rubber the ,{; not, if we will think of it, so muchas
they flocked to the jungle. But this t'i..i. 4 I. Deceit (Gen. 27:30-35). very sensibly decline.-Carlyle.
:
took men away from the lesser paid .... .. '; v0 : o+,y2 sY b6j Our recent study of the story of
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work of farming and wood-cutting, r'S; Oo4R ,Q '/,", ,AY l'Ecs i
Jacob and Esau showed us the sad
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that river steamers lacked wood
so L11r consequences of the deceit practicedby n WAR WORKERS
:
fuel, and the jungle settlements Jacob and his mother in de-

lacked food. frauding Esau. Many elements en-

Starve in Jungles.The tered in, the favoritism of the mother -. _: I I
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result was that -a great many toward one son, the envy that

men actually died starvation' in the brother had of his elder broth- /
the jungles. A few had been given
wicked
er's birthright, the schemingof
shot-guns, but ammunition was so : Me4.
mother and son to, outwit the ALRlVEGETOLE'LAXATiVE
scanty that they were scarcely able
aged father-all a very distressing
to shoot
monkeys. picture of a home shot through with
Later the people in the towns from "
'':
.. deceitfulness. To build anything of
which the rubber 'workers were recruited .. 4\ y 54.vYys r Y= / 0 In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets
k Ox4r.: 3skt R a Y'' such founda-
C. ry c ; > ri4:, permanent value on a
Y'r4% % r v fin r
heard that their friends and : there are no chemicals no minerals,no
relatives starved to death. Now tion was quite impossible.The phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif-

these towns won't send any more l 'rr" '1" family in which deceitful ferent-act different. Purely vegetable
workers. 'r means are used by husband or wifeto -a combination of 10 vegetable ingre-
gain advantage for self or dients
One factor contributing to the some formulated over 50 years ago.
a favored child is heading for the Uncoated or candy coated,'their actionis
tragic ,situation was that a ship
rocks and needs to turn about and dependable, thorough, yet gentle, as
bringing food, firearms and more get into the channel of truth and millions of NR's have proved. Get a 25t

equipment to the Amazon was sunk I uprightness before it is too late. box today or larger economy size. '-
by a Nazi submarine.
II II. Divorce (Matt. 5:31 32)).
Also it takes a tremendous num- fuSon A1/1

ber of tin cups to collect rubber.A I One of the most destructive ele- ,
"HOWL
cup is tied to each tree, and II k1W9M3 CT ments of '''modern life is that of
t u
catches the rubber as it slowly divorce. Terrifying statistics could ," B CANDY

oozes from the trunk. I I ((4 be quoted, but they are not nearlyas = COATED

However, the chief shipment of tin i moving as the knowledge mostof

cups got held up on, the dock in us have of broken homes, delinquent for REGULAR IUK y

southern Brazil, missed the boat, ''children; -decant morals, TO-t/lGHT TOMORROW ALRIGHT \\j,
then were further delayed by submarine I etc., ad nauseam. The victims of ; 4-

warfare, and now have this deadly evil are primarily the

missed the current rubber season. I children who are sent on into life

A lot of these handicaps, such as with disordered minds and hearts. RHEUMATIC PAIN
'
submarine warfare, are insurmountable. I Jesus declared that the decree of Mud not Spoil your Day-Get after It Mow
But the net result is that although divorcement allowed by Moses was Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
pain of muscular rheumatismand
we are spending mil-
many God's
not an abrogation of originallaw
lions, we will get almost no rubber _, _.. ... .,_ww ,..,+.t4..":+ .._oo..tuwu 4m+vc47.//.... .wwww,.,__'_' w,_M 4+4404v+WRti' in this matter. Because of the C-2223 other today.rheumatic 60c and $pains.L Caution Buy:

from Brazil this* *year.. The sober expression on the faces of these young parachutists indicate "hardness of their hearts" (Mark Use only as directed. The purchase ..,
price refunded if you're not satisfied.RUNDOWN .
HITLER'S NEW ORDER that it is the final inspection before going aloft. These students 10:4)standard: Mosespermitted of God was and it,(note but this the v

Here is authentic account from I I at the Lakehurst (N. J.) naval air station have spent 16 weeks learning please!) is unchanged.

Dutch government sources, of what how to inspect, pack and maintqin 'chutes. They will now jump from Marriage, as we saw in our les-

happened to Hollanders who were I the 'chute they have packed. son of November 1, is God's plan for
caught in the act of printing anti- ?
Nazi publication in the Netherlands.One the perfect union of the man and
woman whereby the two become one
victim was forced to place
in the sight of God. That means
his feet in a tub of water, which
that the tie is not one to be dissolved -
was brought slowly to the boiling ....
at will or on some purely
point. Another patriot,' who had
been arrested in mid-winter, was legal .ground; it is an inseparableunion. TAKE A TONIC V1

compelled to undress and was
The only exception recognized by MANX DOCTORS
placed upon a chair in the open
courtyard of the prison, surroundedby Scripture (v. 32)) is that act of unfaithfulness fu
RECOMMEND
which is such a breachof
warmly dressed Gestapo men
who the holy union as to virtually destroy -
questioned him
as long as he
could stand it. it. Perhaps it might be calleda

Whenever he fainted, they poured recognition of the breaking of the MILLIONS WHO "TIRE
y
hot drinks down his throat and %INrI H lCY' union rather than an exception. OUT" easily due to deficiencyof

rubbed his numb body until the in-. Adultery is a heinous sin, an extremely Vitamins A and D-try tak-

terrogation could be continued. serious violation of God's ing good-tasting Scott's Emul- ..
Still another Hollander had his law. Let us press that fact home. sion daily. Also helps build resistance "

fingernails torn out; and a III. Desire (Luke 12:13-15). against common colds -
very winter ills if thereis
and other
common' method of torture was the All is O. K. so far with Money is necessary* and may bea a dietary deficiency of Vita-

use of dazzling light directed upon o o this student parachute blessing, but the "love of moneyis mins A and D. Today-buy

the eyes of the suspect. rigger (above, left). Low- the root of all evil" (I Tim. 6:10). Scott's Emulsion.Take it year

When the Nazis first took over 4. One.man'rubber It is 'the true picture of the thing 'round. All druggists.
er left: '.
they gave orders to their troops to which has destroyed the happinessof
deal gently with local populations. life rafts are standard millions. 1

But with continued local resistance, equipment in all navy Here was a quarrel over an in- 0 p

the, gloves are off. Men and women single seat fighters._ C02 heritance, and in meeting it. our 5-

all over Europe are learning the inflates raft in a minute. Lord laid down a principle which
true meaning of the "new order" would solve all the money quarrelsin

now promised by Germany. : / ,f, G Circle: Safe! With a every home-and, they are end-

small,store of concentrated less in number and great in bitter =-

SENATOR The DOXEY'S RAILROAD 'iMi1 food and water:, pilotcan destructiveness. WNU-7= 45 43

subway train between the afloat until res "Man's life consisteth not in the
Capitol and the Senate office build- stay
w nG r ; abundance of the things which hepossesseth"
ing is a great help to senators shut- cued.
Write it
(v. 15)) large
tling back and forth to their offices .:lfk@l&1iE'* Below A
: coastguardsman inspects over the minds and hearts of the : S.
but Senator Wall ;<; % :> '""m- < $'" ? <""' .
sippi would be the first Doxey of Missis- $'% .\J:!):%# &!$ ,1mWi li1Wi': derelict before it IS destroyed. boys and girls in our homes! Let ; '"
to admit
that 1 tldjlt: it control in the attitude of father 4May
It can prove a political liability. .I i._ ___.....".....uuu .".u and mother toward It will Warn of Disordered
yiYyWYjy Rr money.
Doxey seldom uses the little tram- ,'i .,c. Kidney Action
'/' + solve not the
problemsof
only
:/ '+7 money
way less,, preferring Mississippi to farmers walk. Nonethe-call it J 4 YG=t{f?wN d (/. 4, 2'e' /*/,, / the home, but will send the chil- Irregular Modem habits life with, improper its hurry eating and worry and

dren forth into life witha foundation drinking-its risk of exposure! and infec
"Doxey's Railroad, and according tion-throws heavy strain on the work
bless them to
that will
to friends, it had something to do r? philosophy of the kidneys. They are apt to become i I
with the ,:; the end of their days over-taxed and fail to filter excess add !
Mississippian's
primary de- and other impurities from the huegivingblood.
feat. Here's the story: Notice verse 14. It is the desire .

James Eastland, who defeated for money that most often makes headache You may, dizziness suffer nagging getting up backache nights

Doxey, made a practice of inquir- man desire to be a judge over his leg pains swelling-feel constantly

ing, during speeches in farm com- brother. The big eyes of envy cause of tired kidney, nervous or bladder, all worn disorder out. Other are SOlXl signs*- ,

munities, if there was a railroad him to look with bitter desire upon times burning, scanty or too frequent: I

nearby. what his brother has and he wants. urination. .
Doan't Pills. DooR help th r
"Nope," someone would reply. The fine principleof sharing the kidneys Try to pass off harmful excess body V
"Nearest one's ten miles." family's possessions would do muchto waste. They have bad more than half a
of public approval. Are recommended -
"What a shame," sighed East- knit the home into a unit-happy, century by grateful users everywhere :

land. "You know, Senator. Doxey strong and useful to both God and I Aik your neighbor !

has a private railroad in Washing- r' man. The point is to say "ours"

ton which he uses to ride back and I AE rather than "mine," and to ask, 9

forth to.his office." "What can we do?" not, "What canI o a

get?"

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THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and don't let anyone find out I'm missing San Alejo was not more than a "He treats her like a dog." I A track supervisor received the ,

his wife Lee are already on their way and don't be recognized your- kilometer ahead and above them. "Oh, how dreadful!" following note from one of his fore- ':i"
to Tlerra Libre when he receives a note "Yes like men: ,
K self. Got me? Pushing the car up the branch just a lap-dog.
from Zora Mitchell warning them not to "Am sending in accident report :
"Got, yuh. line, and backing out by the third ---
come. When they arrive In Tlerra Libre The motorcar shed was an open leg of the "Y" onto the main line Folly to Be Wise on Casey's foot, which he struck
her husband
find both Zora and
they
dead. It Is Mitchell's Job as chief engi front building with three short again, they had the car headed for "1 am told he has more money, than with the spike' maul. Now, under ,
neer for a fruit company that Jeff hasp tracks.; His own car was headed out, Tempujo once more. They left it in he knows what to do tvith." 'Remarks, do you want mine or i
been called to fill. Later Jeff's friend fortunately the first car on its track. the blackness of the low trees. "Has he really! Such ignorance must Casey's?" ''I

Bill Henderson Is killed, and Jeff suspectshis Curt remembered the speedometerand Curt fumbled in the tool box, stucka be bliss." J
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employer Senor Montaya, of murder. disconnected it. There must be chisel into a hip pocket, and the "She, says, 'There's young Smith ,
Ins him and the Mitchells because they no mileage record of this trip. two men struck'off down the airfield The Real Question who registered a year ago-they :;,

had found a clue to the strange things Under Collins turned to Curtin branch. Stars there were aplenty, ain't, called him up yet.: 'Well,' :
way, "Darling if
I'll
Other sin me
F going on at the plantation. you marry
and they light but there I says, 'it's easy to criticize but ,"
ister figures are tho company chemist, the seat beside him. "I've followed gave some satisfy your smallest wishes." :
Dr. Toenjes, and the flyers Ryden and blind so far. Where are we was no moon and the going was "And what do you propose to do how d'you know they haven't gol : :
"
Lanncstock. A man named Collins arrives headed?" rough. about the big ones?" enough Smiths? ):
from the Canal Zone to see Mitchell. Curt chuckled mirthlessly. "The They followed the tracks to the r r,

A talk with Jerry Mclnnls has one spot you want above all to vis- spur that led to the bodega at the

revealed that Montaya Is part German it." After a moment, "We better' lower end of the field, then up this
and Is dealing with the Nazis. Jeff has have it out, Collins. Suppose we spur to the fence. This lower gate I Seasickness I PENETR03Many ;
to find Collins.
gone
locked but Curt expected that.
NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY begin with you. How did you get was ,
in on this? I' reckon I know, but He led the way along the fence until users say "first use is COlO S' -;,.
I'd! rather told me." they'd turned the corner at the Seasickness is rather a myste- a rovela lOn." Has a base of COUGHING ,'a 5
you old fashioned
CHAPTER XVI end of the field, then on to the copseof rious complaint, for the general urandma'a mutton suet, SNIFFLES ,
"I had a note from Bill Henderson. 8 favorite.Demand ,I
trees that sheltered the big build- health of a passenger on board stainless Penetro. Generous MUSC LE- ':;
He enclosed letter from Mr.
'For several minutes neither man a ings. The blackness here was so thickit ship does not seem to have much jar 25t, double supply 35t.ACHES

moved. Gradually Curt edged him- Mitchell- felt solid as they pushed into it. effect upon his resistance to sea- ,,:
"One Did know of
self into deeper blackness, got closer Mitchell's thing.murder before you left "I doubt if we need to worry abouta sickness. Science believes, how- ,'.
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put the figure between himself you guard inside," Curt muttered. ever, that seasickness is con- To -Be Agreeable
; and light, the light from the Co- the Zone? "The fence is ordinary' protectionand cerned with the upsetting of an Few are qualified to shine in <
I
"Yes. That's the
was
mandancia not far distant. The out- reason they couldn't keep a watchmanat individual's physiological balance, company, but it is in most men'spower '
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Mitchell hinted in his letter'at
line looked like Collins.He sent. this end of the field without his which is controlled by what are i to be agreeable.-Swift. '.,'
which
Nazi movement here
called the name softly. No a showing a light at times. Lights called the semi-circular canals of
would endanger the Canal and he
answer. He tried again. down here would cause speculationif the ear. Once that balance is disturbed -

,N "Yes," came the low acknowledgment. some wanted serious someone discoveries sent to he'd confirm made seen from San Alejo." the digestive system is the Pull the Trigger on

and take action. He seized hold of the fence and first to be affected, and so vomit-
Curt approached. "Looking around, pulled and pushed experimentally."I ing and headaches and mental depression :
"But the letter was so involvedand Constipation with
huh? don't know," he confessed, "butI convince the sufferer that ,
No answer. guarded and vague that we he is
dangerously ill.
it's the
thought it crank stuff. We get more suspect strung along top
"Find anything? )
Silence. Then, "No." of that than you'd suppose. Nevertheless for alarm. In any case, it'd be In point of fact, seasickness is Ease for Stomach, too

"Well, my friend, it's time for ; we put out some feelers. darn near impossible for us to get more uncomfortable than dangerous. i
over that barbed stuff. in the dark.We'll Sedative drugs cure some When constipation brings on discomfort *
you and me to have a talk. First, burrow under." after meals, stomach upset,bloating
your credentials. Let's see them." people, stimulants are effective in dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue and bad
No move from the other at first, They used the flashlight, playingit other cases. breath,your stomach is probably"crying ,
close to the ground. Putting the the blues" because your bowels don't
amiable "Sure and Col-
then Other
an than seamen,
f' persons move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pun
chisel to work to loosen the earth, '
lins reached into a pocket. whose occupations, require much the trigger on those lazy bowels, com- .
"That's better. Lieutenant, Naval Curt scraped away with his hands body balancing,such as acrobats, : bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease ;'
until they had a hole through which to your stomach in taking. For years
Intelligence eh? Glad to have professional dancers and tight-
Doctors have
given pepsin
4 they could crawl. He had a sudden many prepa-
you. Shake." rope walkers, are usually immune' rations in their prescriptions to make
It was the handclasp that turnedthe thought. to seasickness. medicine more agreeable to a touchy
trick. Collins unbent. "I needa "Hey, take off your clothes! I've stomach. So be sure your laxative contains -
got fresh ones at Tempujo for my- Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's -
friend here he confessed.
Fg1 Laxative Senna combined with
self but if I give others it
I you any
"You armed? For those smokers on your Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the
"Yes. Had my service_ pistol might be "noticed. Christmas gift list give a carton of Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
"Right. muscles in intestines to bring wel-
your
cached. \ I' Collins stripped to his shorts for cigarettes or a pound of smoking come relief from constipation. And the
f "Good. It's nearly eleven. The tobacco. Particularly those smokers i good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa-
village will be asleep by midnight, :' h'1 the forage, and, minus a gun belt, in the service. Surveys show tive so comfortable and easy on your
had to his automatic in his
: carry stomach. Even finicky children love the
I expect. Go back to your room. I cigarettes and smoking tobacco'are
hand. They circled the three build- taste of this pleasant family laxative.
Unhook your rear window screento I cautiously the two hangars preferred gifts. Sales records Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna com-
r ings ;
be sure you make no noise later. l ;l duplicate from Post Exchanges' and Can bined with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on,
,//I/ I the adjoining shed-roof between, label doctor advises, and feel
"I did. Got out that way teens show the favorite cigaretteis or as your
of the hangars at the other world'sbetter.GetgenuineDr.CaldwelTi.ourprmng .
Curt grunted. "Well, go back to Camel. And
end of the field."Haven't I' of,course, for the
bed for a while. You've likely sized here service man who smokes a pipe-
up.the place and know who's here?"- I' X yetcut the grass give 'Prince A1bertth National
,
r commented Curt. "Huh. Probablydon't
"Sure. Joy Smoke. You have your choiceof
indica-
intend to-it's better
"Then all abed and a l1 7
when they're 1 Camels in the Christmas Carton
have had time to get to sleep, wake 1 1fSi tion that"the buildings aren't in active containing 10 packages of 20'sorthe ,

up Monahan. He's in the last room." use. Camel"Holiday House" of four fiowquiclcly, the dryness is relievedand
High in the walls was a continuous -
"I know. r boxes of "flat fifties." Prince Al- healing begins, alter using
"Bring him out along the main horizontal strip of windowingin bert comes in the pound canistera medicated, soothing, time-tested, _""
track to the motorcar shed, middle ground glass. Not the faintest
grand gift. All are Christmas- RESIN'Desire
glimmer of light showed anywhere.
i Curt broke off, stared toward
wrapped and ready to give. Your
"Absolutely perfect camouflagefrom
the mess-hall. Some groups were
local
for the above," growled Curt. "Look dealer featuring them now
breaking up night, judging
as gifts sure to please.Adv.Buy for WildernessOh
from the sounds. "-middle of the I how they built the center portion
around trees. The trunks go up for a lodge in some vast wil-
yards. Got that? Enough for now. iI
Get back to your 'room, I'll see you iI through the roof. I'll bet not a derness, some boundless contiguity -
later." I square foot of these buildings can War Savings Bonds- of shade!-Cowper.

Curt returned to his bungalow, be seen from the air. Only the

q Collins disappeared into the night. tracks 'leading in here would tell ,

Outside the mess- aU Emilio was ,' ". anything, and they can't be avoided.
having a few last words with his / "" 'Urpfj 'W But even the tracks, with the weeds

erstwhile partners before headingfor This lower gate was locked.No not,kept down, probably look like a
; the engineering bungalow. Curt cart path." CAMELS

had barely time to climb in, hook matter how wild the yarn that' They were now in front. Downat

his window screen behind him;.hang comes in, we can't ditch it in the the other end of the field only a STAND THE TEST

his clothes:: over a chair as they waste basket. few ,night'' lights'showed..
had been earlier, and stretch out "While over in Soledad getting the "This loading platform along the ''r OF STEADY SMOKING.

under the mosquito bar. He'd haveto lay of the land, I heard of the other front," went on Curt. "It's anchored
leave the magazine against 'the two deaths. That clinched it. The only lightly to the buildings and 'the f9-'> wn' THEY OONt GET
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door and hope that Emilio would next step was to get in here on the ground. My guess is it could be MY THROAT ,. ,

give it ,no thought, 'or at worst sup- ground, ferret out what was going picked up'by a couple of dozen men .

pose a freak burst of wind hadknocked' on." and swung out of 'the way in a few THEY DON'T TIRE/
it to the floor. "Is that what you were doing, minutes. Pretty darn clever."

4 He heard Emilio fumble at the snooping around the docks at Tem- True, this loading platform, the

1 lock, the slight scrape of the magazine pujo tonight?" Curt chuckled. "What'did height of a flat car, was, not solid.It .

,as the door pushed it back over you" think you could learn jiggled to a healthy pusH. k ; ; i:

the floor. shadow blocked out the there? "Well, we, can't force the doors,
light at his ''bedroom door. He sim- "Listen, man," retorted Collins ina obviously." r ai -

ulated deep breathing and closed huff, "I couldn't just walk in here, "Can we' dig under as we did with fr : -S *

his lids _until he could see' only look around, and ask questions. I the fence, or do you suppose
through his lashes. had to get established first, so as to there's a floor?" WOMAN AT WART

I Emilio looked and listened, then be accepted. You've planted me up Curt pondered. "Bound to ,be a INarYerySsnfordcellbrae.dlrectfonsl ..
withdrew. Presently the porch light river where there's obviously nothing cement floor," he decided. "Any gyroscopes at*Sperry \

snapped off, the front door clicked to see. I've had one definite way, we couldn't tamp down earth ,. Y. R Gyroscope Co.plant.

shut, and Curt heard the man's objective since our plane faked 'inside when we left. No, the wall is t ..
steps headed for the bachelor quar- trouble the" other day, but it's at only corrugated sheet iron. Let'sfind y f SF :SC Y.p. yy, ik.y: y. rI

ters. They sounded sharp on the San Alejo. a section to pry loose."
asphalt walk. "Okay, okay," Curt apologized.He They searched along the back of

f The luminous, dial of his watch told Collins the story Montayahad the buildings, coming finally to a I!!
told Curt it was 11:30. Later than given him about the hangarsfirst spot where Curt could use his chisel n ThellT.Zonellwhere

he'd thought. He lay relaxed fora built, later abandoned to stor-' again with least likelihood of its

few minutes, but dared not close age purposes because the flyers being discovered. It took some min- -' ws

his eyes, afraid he would fall asleep pointed out the bad location.He utes before they had one sheet of s

t after his full day. told of the boxed airplane the sheathing sufficiently sprung to : id cigarettes I Ia

I 1 Soon he got. up, dressed aeain.this wines he'd seen the day of his ar give them entrance. There was :

time taking his hat, and let rival. noise to this job, try as they wouldto
himself out the front'way'. He rec- "I know," put in Collins enigmat- muffle it, but they seemed to ti4 are judged
onnoitered carefully. ically. "I had a talk with the men have the field to themselves. They H

Avoiding the street lamps, Curt of that plane when they put-down at crawled through the opening.
made his way to the rendezvousand Puerto Soledad." Only Curt had a flashlight. He ,

waited impatiently until at last Curt grunted and went on. He played it about experimentally, then The'T-ZONE"-Taste and Throat-is''

tTH two figures, little darker than the told of Mitchell's rising suspicionsover more boldly, taking care that neitherthe Z; the proving ground for cigarettes. Only 4i I
background itself, came toward him. a shipment from Japan-or beam nor a reflection from it ; your taste and throat can decide which

He recognized Monahan's stride. through Japan, he added-of eight should hit the strip of windowing.Then : cigarette affects tastes your throat.best to you.For .your and taste howit ; I

l "Good man, Slats," he said when long, square-end boxes. Heavy it fell on something and < and throat are individual to you. Based
they were close enough. "This will boxes, like overstuffed coffins.He stopped dead! Directly above them w; on the experience of millions of smokers G C 3

do you out of your sleep, but it told of having seen only yester- spread wings of death. vre believe Camels will suit your
can't be helped. Get yourself a day another pair of big, heavy "A Heinkel!" exclaimed Collins.A -'- -to a-,.'Prove itforyourself I Iii

cudgel and keep alert. Collins and square boxes marked generators, Heinkel it was. But on the 5 ?
; I will be gone three or four hours. from Germany via Vladivostok. under side of its wings and on the

We mustn't be longer, for the They reached the airfield spur. side of the fuselage was letteringand

place'll be stirring to life soon after Here a wide stand of manzanitas the circle-within-a-star-within a-

,, that. Hang out at my bungalow, made a black blob on the land' circle emblem to identify it as an rtzrs
cr
Slats. Anyone starts snooping scape. They dared not continue use American plane! 4a

around, conk him. Tie him up, only of the motor, for sound rises and (TO BE CONTINUED},

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ed little actual their 1 contain "43" in. ;
The Clewiston News :-.:..:..: ..:-:..: :..:-:-:..:..:..:-:-: -:-:-:..:-:..:..:-:. :--:..:-:..:..:';:..:-:..:--:..:-:..:--:..:-:-:":":":":-:-:":":" location as The news Pacific except Isles. \ and.yellow. They the are' numerals to be fastenedon r

to cover the figures "42;" I
Holmes S. Hanchey, who' workedat The first"tag purchased was by I
Published every Friday in Clewiston, Too Late To Classify 11';
Florida, by, the CLEWISTON NEWS, With the Clewiston Motor Company'for Sam Carson for his truck, G-l, and: '
Tnc. RUSSELL KAY six months or so, has been ac- cost $9.50. Prices are the same. ;f
By cepted, as an Aviation Cadet and is as last year. i!:

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor stationed in Douglas. Ga. There T-$5, plain-$10/ D-$15, W- It 1;
.::":-:": -:-:-:":":":":":-:-:":-: : :-:+:":":",":' ri? Our Boys he has found Morris Ford, whomhe $20; WW-$25,., for cars. On. j

Entered as second class mail matter did not know in Clewiston. trucks the G which is up to 2,000( .
1
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In A lot has been said and written Morris attended the Citadel in pounds is 50 cents per hundred I;!
March Clewiston 3,, 1897.Subscription Florida. under the Act of about writing letters to the men in theService Charleston, S. C., after graduatingfrom pounds; GH, up to 3,000 pounds .1
at the front and it is impressed up- Clewiston .High School, and 60 cents per hundred; GK, up to ;
on us how important it is to make Ipr last summer volunteered into the I 5,000 pounds, 75 cents per hun- !
Rate ?2.00 Per Year such letters cheerful and en- Air Corps. He is receiving primary dred; GL, 5,100 pounds and upr k' ':

Advertising Rates Application.. couraging.But : I training in ouglas_ now $1.00 per hundred. ,4
it seems to me that there is I V for trailers, up to 500 pounds

wel- one important front that we have Joel Keene, who taught agricul- $2.50. BE.-500 to 1,000pounds_ :
Devoted (o the advancement and neglected in this" respect: the .. . ....NON.... ..N.NON. .1i.N.MAN. ......! 75 cents hundred B '
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County., N.N.N.H.1.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N. N ture here' a couple of years ago, per -1,000 to
"Home" front. There are a lot has been promoted to First Lieu- 4,000 pounds 75 cents per hundred ,

I of fellows putting up a tough and tenant, and is (or was) located and L--4,000 and 'over, ;
I courageous fight on this particular: Home for a few days furlough somewhere in England. He is in. $1.50 a' hundred pounds. :
7MEMBER.PRESS ASSOCIATION. c= rrlFLORIDA ( front, and while some may have the first in two years-was Tommy -I the regular army. / !

NAUQ'WL ASSOCIATION V) written them letters, not many have 'I Aiken, who is a chief gunner's Breeding Ground 'To

19..1 been very encouraging.I mate in Uncle Sam's Navy, Tommy We are pleased to acknowledgeand
am just as guilty as the next : is stationed on one' of the big reprint the following contribu- Be Open Nov. 20
guy in this respect, and so I've battle ships. Was right on .hand tion from Pvt. Charlie F. Moun-

...... .. decided to direct some "open" let- I' for the Pearl Harbor episode' and tain, 904th School Squadron ( ) "-
..:...j..j.N. :..:-:.::N- :- :N----- : : :-:-: : few of the "home frontbo's" sp
-- -- .. ters to a made his first trip _back to the AAF, C.A.F.S. Columbus, Miss. We (Hendry County News)
this column and and
in try States when the ship came in for think it's well :worth reprinting: Hunters may enter the Hendry
RAMBLINGS .', make upfor my past ,neglect. Here! a period of repairs.We .I SOLDIER, YOU'LL BE, PROUD County breeding grounds in the

goes:, 'I didn't get to talk to Tom-: When you leave this school, lad, Big Cypress nine days earlier than
By B. B. Mr. Leon Henderson, OPA-Dear 1
my but doubtless his experiences You'll remember now and then, at first announced, by order of I.
/.M:N N N.NN.N.N.N.N:..:..N.MN N.H.N-:..N.N M.N.N.: Leon:-considered I don't know rationing whether CROWor you would make interesting' listening.| That it really wasn't quite so bad, N. Kennedy, secretary, commission
have
\Ve remember a year ago when his For in knowledge you have a friend. of game ,and fresh water .fish Talr
not, but if you haven't maybeyou II
of the thousandsof parents, Mr. and :Mrs. C. J. Aiken, lahassee.
If you are one better start thinkin' about it, When you are out there in the k
Americans who have a. piggy for it looks to me like a heck of a were anxious to hear Tommy'sfate fight > Mr. Kennedy announced in last
bank, or its equivalent, sitting on lot would have to be eaten in this after' Pearl Harbor. It was And making those engines roar week's issue of the News that the
a shelf waiting to receive your country. I've got some com in' to several days before word came I You'll probably worry day and opening date ''would be Nov. 2C.
pennies when you empty your me and am passin' my plate here- through that he was safe. He has night This has been changed to Nov. 20r
each night, Uncle Sam been in the Pacific and has seen
pockets with-R. K. That you didn't study more. which is the date when the '1942-43
speaks to you. He says don't do Mr. Franklin D .Roosevelt, Com- much of the war scenes first hand. hunting season gets underway. -
it. Empty the piggy bank and take mander-'in-Chief-Dear Franklin There'll be a plane you'll call your

the pennies to the bank, buy war Like a lot of other folks, I was Tuesday, Armistice Eve, vas a own, ,
stamps with them ifyou can, but gettin' ,downright worried about red letter day in the family of From the first flight in the blue,

anyway spend them. Keep themin you. I was afraid you were lettin' Jesse J. Graham, Jr., for: on that And the pilot that sits upon- the SCRAP I
circulation. Metal is precious: politics interfere with the war effort day he received his wings and throne will
-so is man-power and both are required gettin" hooked with bum steers commission as second lieutenantin Will be your buddy, too. 1

to produce the pennies. Sodon't from bureaucratic bunglers and the Army Air Corps. Jesse When the slip stream blows your '
hoard them. completed his training at the Co- I
thinkin' too much about the fire- hair, "
Well, we won't hoard the pen- side inst ad'of the ringside. Now lumbus Army Flying,,-School, Columbus And '-- I
wings speed through a cloud, WERE YOU SURPRISED ___
nies, and glad,not to. We have too, I know how wrong I was and whata Mississippi, as a memberof You'll know that you helped put i

many other things to hoard these whale of a job you have been Class 42 J. His'' parents, who her; there, I! AT THE AMOUNT THI3 I II
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days,-and we're not referring to, doing, keepin' your chin up and are now in Jacksonville, went out And soldier, you'll be Proud. II I
SCHOOL CHILDREN
rationed or scarce articles, either. your mind clear in the face of for the ceremony. I I \' I II
We've a three-pound can of grease)I rabid criticism and impossible de- Wherever that ship may be COLLECTED?
drippings in the ice box, a drawer mands. You might have been justi- Home on ten day sick leave is j[[ Your guiding hand is there, I

full ,of old silk stockings, and fied in turning on the rabble at Carlisle Redish, who underwent an Flying high for the world 'to see !
eral boxes of used razor sev-j your heels and giving them a heal-'operation recently at the Naval I You've shown a mothers; care,

We know the government thy mouthful, and now we all know Hospital in Jacksonville. Carlisle I I I I .
You know her every ache and pain
old blades, b tthey're
want razor
even our there was plenty you could have looks fine, and says he feels better -
Your heart is flying, too, I There's Some
steel think I
such fine we
said but and wenton
kept mum
you than ever in his life. The, Navy ,
When she braves the snow and rain I
in handy and
day they'll come
some
about your business knowingthat does things for you, say the Redish 1
they don't take' up much space. in good time your position boys. Carlisle is to report back to. To come flying home to you. Scrap Around

would be justified. But it takes a Jacksonville when his ten days are: After you've checked her every,I
Some folks_get pretty discouraged -,good man to do that, and my hat's over, and receive an assignmentthen. part

'over the fact that the scrap I off to you-R. K. I And she's flying with the crowd, I Your House.

piles haven't been all taken up and Mr. Cordell Hull, Secretary of From somewhere within your heart
shipped' to the steel mills. Well State-Dear' Cordell: You have From somewhere in the South Soldier, you'll be proud.' :,'- '

it is pretty bad, we do all that proven yourself a master statesmanand Pacific letters arrived last week I I Get It In!

work and do it in double-quick diplomat and you have doneit from Dick Hooks and Wilbur Goff,i I Miniature License Plates I 1
time at Uncle Sam's request and '
against the toughest kind of who enlisted in -the Sea-Bees battalion I
then the junk just stays piled up. odds. Like a lot of other folks, together and have had the At R. N. Miller OfficeI II I V -
As far as the metal scrap is con- i
've[ questioned 3rour actions time
good fortune to be kept together
cerned we can partly understand// and time again, blamed you for since, entering service. Letters, I !

that. With transportation your refusal to break with Vichy, the first in several weeks, contain-I I (Hendry County News) CLEWISTON REALTY
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lem it is, the collecting' agencies -and blind. Now
thought stupid
I' you The new 1943 miniature motor
are concentrating on the scrap collected I[ know what an able'::md I vehicle license plates have arrivedat I I and DEVElOPMENT,

lip North where it's goingto ous man you are and what courage-I grand symphony of Victory. You:: the office of County Tax Col- L"

be plenty frozen in and hardto and glorious sap I turned are vindicated and I am ashamed, lector R. N. Miller. CORPORATION

keep transportation going 'pretty Sow, all the world 'understands I but proud-oh so proud.-tliat I! The, tiny plates measure 1 4 by! .
soon. Then the South will have and appreciates what the long am an Al\ ERIC N.-n. K. 2 YS inches, are dark blue in color J Ji
its important inning. It will be up thankless struggle you put up''in i _

to us to keep the steel mills going. theface of the bitterest kind of .. -
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We predict-the South wlil be stag- opposition really means and how ;

ing another scrap drive for metal your actions paved the way for the "
before the spring thaw comes. glorious achievement now progress' THE OLD JUDGE SAYS ;?, f
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-- ing so favorably in Africa. I'm .- --, :_r/ '" +
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The news from the fighting sorry and I apologize.-R. K.

fronts this week 'put an extra United Nations General Staff, ......... .- .' ,. ''
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amount; of pep in our Armistice Washington, D. C.-Gentlemen-- ,

celebration. Armistice Day found Like a peanut eatin' fan at a ballpark :
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the Legionnaires waiting to wel- I've been sittin' in the 1

come it. A group of selective service bleachers tellin' you how to play I I

men entrained for Camp' Bland- the game, howlin' for you to take .. t't'j j
ing on Armistice Day. Wings this guy out or put that one in,l '

ceremony' at Riddle Field added to screamin' for a pinch, hitter and a I c1 ( I j ( / i4A1II1 ;:- \I I
the number of pilots in the RAF, home run, figurin' you cockeyed
and the school children joined at brass> 'hats didn't know what the I ( I \ .JQ i!
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eleven o'clock in their annual score .was or what inning we were I :
Armistice Day outdoor program. i playin'. When Mr. Willkie intimated V u 1 ; .} I .1 I
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Stores, etc., observed a business II that you guys needed, prod-l ( J -i
holiday, though'Work went on as'' din' I slapped him on the back and I ) 1 f J ? i,
usual in plants and production said "You tell 'em, brother.:" When I ; t

lines, and most of the clerks who the Japs and Huns pushed us tI I

had a holiday spent it digging in around I started sound in" off like -
their Victory Gardens. a i singin' teakettle. '" When you j ;
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wouldn't talk and blabber all you .
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This coffee rationing wilt really knew: I made.up the answers myself (

strike where it hurts in our fam and they were all bad. Now: .

ily. We' can do without Coca- gentlemen; I am humbled in the : ", r :
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Colas, we can walk instead of ride, dust. I'm ashamed and my little '',' ,\ /
we can reduce our meat consump- face is plenty, red. This Sunday -

tion, and can forego many an item morning, November 8, 1942, I appreciate : I
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of sweets and feel no pangs, but > more than ever what the i .-.
when our coffee gets limited to one Master was drivin' at when he ; I>-

cup per day, it hurts. We volun- cried in anguish, "Oh, ye of little VO ,
tarily cut down our purchases a faith." When I 'try to grasp what 1 y

few weeks ago-just before pur- has really happened, the amazing : .
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chases ceased altogether. Insteadof achievement that saw the movement :
7t )
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the usual two pounds per week, of hundreds of thousands of : II

we've been buying one. 'And we've men, with arms and 'equipment, ,
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tried with no success to find a over> vast areas of submarine Infested ;
d/1 it-J c :
way to make a few extra cups of I waters, when I consider the ,: ,- Z''f..': ; -- ,

coffee out of that pound. It just hours, days, weeks and months of .- ., ", ,.;'Jr'i(':{ : f JJt -. ,
won't do. It anyone finds a way careful: preparation and planning: 8i' '
to stretch coffee and still have and realize that all this had kept -r '
a
Judge\vould you mind tellin' Charlie here during our 13 years of prohibition. What
good of coffee the secret and insured Its
cup to drink, please success, !
advise. I think I can understand what you what you told me the other night walkin'home you really vote for is whether liquor is going ,

have contributed to the cause of from lodge. I can't word it just the to be sold legally or illegally..whether the j
did." community is going to get needed; taxes for ,
and you
Newspapers will get the bulk of humanity Democracy, and I way
the more than a million dollars salute you. At last you have given "Sure thing, Tim. Here's what I told him, schools, hospitals, and the like, or whether Iv...
which the Florida Citrus Commis- us of small minds and little \ Charlie. There's no such thing as votin' a this money is going to go to gangsters and

sion will spend to advertise the standing your answer, not under-I nation, a state, a county, or even a combootleggers.. That's the answer, boys. '
state's record breaking citrus crop, words but in the heroic munity dry. We had proof enough of that simple as A-B-C."

officials have announced.IS fighting Rangers and Marines, of I o
seasoned Paratroops-of belching .

Naval guns and roaring Dive: Copy ghf,1942 Conference of Alcoholic Beverage Industries, Jne,N. Y.C. t
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YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? ers that unite their might I

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NEWS PAGr FIVE I
THE CIXWISTOX
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1942


,I Mrs. James A. Boyd of able to the other? : chinches of the The Mail Wagon Mjstery-Mary ROSES-10 for $1.00-Send only

burg, spent thiS week here Leell-I community if they so desire 'it. Justus. I $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMING, 2

parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ANNUAL STEWARDSHIP NIGHT I Polly Kent Rides '\Vest'--Robert.: year field grown plants. Shipped,

r Personals j Wheeless. Mrs. Boyd has been in. will be observed at the church McCullough. .. freshly dug. GUARANTEED to

Miami for the past few months I Wednesday night at 7:30. This is Aprilly Weather-Margaret T. reach you in planting condition

L with her husband, who is in the I I fostered by theV.. M. S. and Raymond Other bargain offers. FREE roses.
The Fair AdventureElizabethJanet described In our free folder.-Send.
Navy. Mr. Boyd was sent to the promises to be an evening well
..... Canal Zone this week I worth attending. A large crowd Gray. now! Want LOADS !'of' cut flowers
Mrs., G. H. Brown spent Tuesday will gather and' you are invited to "Go Ahead, Garrison"-A., A. ? Then plant TYLER roses -

': in Belle Glade visiting friends. I Squadron Leader and Mrs. George I.attend. I II Schechter. send $1 NOW. TYTEX ROSE;

who PALM-LAKE Baptist Association Three Boy Scouts in.Africa. I NURSERIES, Box 532, Tyler.
Burdick and daughter, Sally,
;.. Mrs. Sadie Young spent the. week- have resided in Clewiston for several -I I will be held in the Delray Robert Dick Douglas- Jr., David R. Texas. ((30th-20th inc.)

end in Pahokee. I months, left this week. SIL| Baptist Church Nov. 19 in '''a one Martin, 'Jr., and Douglas L. Oliver.

I Burdick was one of the RAF day session. It is anticipated that Halsey In the West Indies -
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Weeks are of-I i! 1
Fuller.qopyKitten.
Halsey
,'. ficers stationed at Riddle a large number of our people will
spending a short vacation visiting J. M. COUSE
( Helen and Alice
and has been given a new RAF attend. In the ,morning the W.. 1\1.1 .
'ri relatives in Boston. I assignment. I U. will hold their annual meeting.The Evers. Counselor and Attorney at taw

'. I two have been combined to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Westmoie- Hopkins Building
xl MRS. LANIER HOSTESS AT conserve fuel and rubber under the Commissioners Approve
and are spending this week with '
and
Wednesdays Saturdays
ARMISTICE:: BRIDGE CLUB present emerg ncy. I
Blackstone Virginia. ,
relatives in I
I Half-Mile Ditch Plans 0:30 to 4:00Johnson's

?' Misses Sylvia Bass and Nettie Armistice Day was the theme oft New Books In t
club when Mrs. W. H. I
week-end the bridge II
the
Pearl Rigsby spent I
with relatives in Okeechobee.Mrs. i Lanier entertained 111 em bel's'of her I The Public LibraryMjhteries I (Hendry County News) l I

club this week. Red, white and The board of'county commissioners ""
I
J. L. Scott of Palmetto is blue tallies were used. Mrs. R. I approved plans drawn up I
spending a few clays here with her: C. Wilson won a pottery casserole I for a half-mile ditch to start at i Fish CampNear

sister, Mrs. Gratton George. i as first prize and Mis. J.V.. Ezelle Case of the Careless Kitten highway 164 near the Jones place ( Hurricane Gate)

I a set of custard cups' and rack as Erie Stanley Gardner. I and to empty into Hilliard's gulley Clewiston, Fla.

.:; Miss Emily Spender and Miss cut prize. H. as in' Hangman Lawrence at the regular monthly- meeting Boats and Motors-Guide Service.
r-: "Phoebe Peterson spent the weekend I After the bridge game, the hostess Treat. 'I held Wednesday at the courthouse. Rates Reasonable

; $: in West Palm Beach. I served a chicken salad course Bats Fly at Dusk-A. A. Fair. Arrangements are for the state road \y. II. Johnson, Mgr.
I with hot rolls and coffee. A lighted Posted for Murder -.Virginia department to furnish materialsand /

Mrs. Julian Dickson spent the birthday cake was brought in,-Rath. the county to supply' labor. -- inRESSIAIHNG
week-end in Tampa with her husband and ,placed before Mrs. H. R. Hall, Design In Evil-Rufus King. Clerk William T. Hull said esti- I I

who is employed on "a defense whose birthday came the day be- I Fiction mates were being /drawn up for.
project there. l fore. Members gave a surprise:I consideration on materials and la-I I ALTERING
I Cross-Anna ,
The Seventh Seg-
I handkerchief shower for Mrs. Hall bor necessary for the repair of the I '

-Y Grace Ward, who is 'attending, and also for the hostess whose hers.Drivin' Woman-Elizabeth| P. Fort Denaud bridge across The I I BUTTONHOLE, MAKING,

Monte Verde School near Lees- birthday .occurred the next day. I Caloosahatchee River. Mrs. Inez Pope
i I I Chevalier. The First Bank of Clewiston was'I
burg, Florida, spent thV. week-end I
here with her father, A. 0.: 'Waid.. BAPTIST SOCIETY HOLDS I dle.The Uninvited. -Dorothy'.' Macar-I designated depository for county. II Millciest Near Passenger Depot
REGULAR MEETING TUESDAYThe funds for ,the coming year. I II
I Assignment in Brittany-. Helen I (next door to. Bill Allen's)
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens of the Tog- Maclnnes.; : -. I
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Woman's Missionary Societyof I
fiery Shpp spent Tuesdays and Wednesday I
ti in Miami attending a fash- the First Baptist Church met NonFictionThey FOR SALE-One Plantit Junior

ion show of northe'rIi'markets.. I lat the church uesday afternoon at Were Expendable-W.: L. Planter, one Plantit Junior Fer-
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: 3:30, with Mis. ,0. A. Clark presiding -I White.: I tilizer Distributor, one Plantit

Miss Marjorie Coker of Okee- I Victory Thru ;Air Power. -Major Junior Cultivator with set of little
chobee arrived in Clewiston this Mrs. C. M. Pirkle gave the de- A. deSeversky. '. I I I discs. Almost new. Box 53, Moore Florist Agency

and is Riddle' votional. Taking the I American Reville-Ward and Haven or call at Democrat Office. *(
week employed at part on pro- ; ; ", i Flowers delivered. here at no
Field. gram were Mis. E. F: Phillips, Mrs. Morehouse. I extra cost. Other towns, anywhere -

-' Gordon Bembry, Mrs. E. M. Cor- Only the Stars are Neutral i i in U. S. add only cost of?

Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Roy nette and Mrs. H. L. Davis. Quentin Reynolds.The For Your telegram, ranging from 20 to

Alston and Mrs. L. M. Hutson I I After reports ',of officers' were Raft-Robert Trumble. HUNTING LICENSEfor I 55 cents.

spent Tuesday and Wednesday in I. given, the usual business session I Past, Imperfect-Ilka Chase. I MRS. SARAH .E. FOUNTAIN
Fort Myers. was held. Twenty members were I Behind. the Urals-John Scott season 1942-4:3, see Western Union Office -

present. Juveniles R. C. NOWLING I
Day Phone 82 Night 2791
Mr. and Mrs. Walker F. Nall are Tommy Carries the Ball-James Hendrj County Motors, Clewiston
iT, parents of an eight pound, seven- GARDEN CLUB TO MEET and Miriam Renick. .I I

;)T ounce boy, who was born in the.. -- ..
local hospital Sunday. Garden Club meeting will be held -

in the Community Center next I

: Dr. J. W. Ezelle spent a few days Thursday, November 19, at 3 o'-

j? this week in Tampa attending a clock. This November meetingwas 1
:f._ meeting of the State Dental As- moved from one week in order -

sociation. I not to conflict with Thanksgiving I r 1 oP =
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:Mr. and Mrs. A. L., .Coak and : \
P.-T. A. TO MEET
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Mrs. Gertha Weems of Miami spent I

r. Y? the week-end In Clewiston visiting'
I The ParentTeacherAssociation "
Mr. and Mis. Robert George. .
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: will\ meet at the school auditoriumnext ,
Tuesday afternoon at four \
3 C. S. Wilson of Oakland, Cali- r o'clock. All members are urgedto fOl"S

'* fornia, spent the week-end in ; attend: I ..
f Clewiston with his nephew, R. C.I s { j/ "

'" Wilson, and Mrs. Wilson. I COMMUNITY: CHUKCH I n 4. y v ',' 111\\1\1
John i
.Minister9:45Sunday
N. Montgomery,
;, % Mis.. C. F. Mountain left today)I) -, ,. ,
for Columbus, Miss., to join her School.
_
husband who is stationed there, with 11:00
-Morning Worship. "Pel'manent -
the U. S. Army Air Corps. Values"
sermon topic.
'
6:30: -Junior Christian Endeavor. -
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. N. V. S. Danny lIa.rtinleader.. Boys ,?g To meet the demands of wartime travel .
Mumford Mrs. F. Deane Duff Mrs. s> Florida Motor Lines has extended ,its facilities -
and girls, 9 to 14, are invited to (,
W.. H. 'Lanier and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle\\ attend. to the utmost. We need your cooperation -
:were visitors' inVest Palm Beach'I' 7:30-Evening- Worship."A ti :: i j \ I / as good sports-and good Americans '
!
Thursday. Young Man 'of Purpose," sermon I y -to keep essential transportation
topic. -, :r'j on the move. Your response has been fine.
lf/spent I __ I /
/, Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane D Thursday evening, 8:.00 the choir I

Tuesday in Palm Beach with Mis. will meet for choir practice in the
.
Duff's parents, Mr. and Mis. F., church. All sIngers are invited to .. ww y .i :V .... ..- */:
-i Edward Bryant who celebrated attend.At !
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their 45th wedding anniversary 'on the meetings of Presbyteries ;:J 'f

that date. I and Synod of the church in St. Au- :.;. ... .-
... ----- I gustine this week, steps were taken tf1:<;tI. <

i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston spent!, which' will lead to the transfer of

Sunday: at Fort Myers Beach with I: the Clewiston' and Lake Harbor

Mr. and 11rs.Valter' Jenkins. They I, Community Churches to the Southeast -

.' ,were accompanied by Mrs. Georgia'I Florida Presbytery; the change'

Willingham and Mr. and Mrs. Ward f will be made after General As-

Roberts of Moore Haven., I| sembly meeting in May, 1943. CAN HELP YOURSELF
I' Dr. Gamon, Knoxville, Tenn., returned -I. HOW YOU

this week to the Lake Harbor ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. 'Crochet and <

..Mr.: and Mrs. Hub Spomer.attend: Community Church as pastor., COUNTRY
AND YOUR
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"ed the football game in Jacksonville FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,I t:> -

Saturday. Mr.. and Mrs. ,. -. .
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Crochet remained over the week- Sunday School 9:45 __ "' .'' Travel Tuesdays Wednesdays, Thursdays, leavingweekends ,. .'.
'1 #' end returning Wednesday. a. m. ,A ,\ t I..Lk on ,
Morning Woiship-11:00: a. m. : for men in uniform and war workers who can
: .
Training Union-6:15 .F <.,2",: .:: .
p. m.
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Mrs. L. M. Weetman and ? .,: ::1t, h.
son, travel at no ot .
4Y :
", Bobby, spent last week-end in Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. ,_ .(;, 'tY: "',: y ) .,
,REV, J. N. HENDRY will preachfor : .
: Columbus, Ga., visiting Mrs. Weet- :<: };t; .. :'"
.us this coming Sunday. He :
Travel light only
man's sister. will the I / ,.J ;S, __ ,. Take as little baggage as possible. .-
supply pulpit for
I:. the even r. ;. .:\ / find it '
Rev. and Mrs. John N. Montgomery "" best.. travelers always
: suitcase is Experienced
ing service. Brother
I. I Hendry has : : st; one .
spent Friday and Saturday .
been ..p
, pastor of the Fort Green k" I' convenient.Don't .
: in Miami. .. : more
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church in Wauchula for the past : : ", .
twenty-five' years.RELIGIOUS :t'".: :' tJ. :' ...
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Pitzen and CENSUS '} take trips. Today essential travel
Begin- L:.-/< ,f ( unnecessary
two children arrived here the first :: : -
.
ning Sunday' afternoon of all carriers.
will
we the facilities and equipment
of the week to make their home. take a religious census o'f the com I < .. \/; taxes .. .

; They have been located in Tampa munity. In our last census we met /.'.' '- ,: '-' 1}. :'

., for about a year and Mr. Pitzen with a very fine response by the '" .7.. <;::: Traveling by bus, it's good to know you're using only

has accepted a position with the I people and we are anticipating and gasoline mile, as '
much rubber per
fraction as parts
engineering department of the United I another good census. The public : a

States Sugar Corporation. will greatly aid in this census if .. in driving your own,: car. Save your car for "in-town" use,
'
I I they will have the following infor-

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph .Driggers mation ready at hand when the roller's Drug Store

returned Saturday from Dothan, census taker calls.' Name, address,, _' Canal Point, Florida
Alabama, where they spent a short business address, phone, date of t,
honeymoon visiting with relatives. birth, church, 'child of God, Church the Wor

Mr. and Mrs. Driggers have bought preference. C
the new house on Ventura Street, We are asking the census takersto ham atoal t: ft5ThA MOTOR bNIdi

between the Hodges and Ford meet at the church Sunday aft w;, _

:. homes. Mr. and Mrs. Brinton recently ernoon at 2:30 p. m. I C I
I : vacated the house. This information will be avail-



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Gems of Thought OUSEHOLD

PROSPERITY is a great
is a SECTIONPETER "
OUR COMIC
greater. Possession pampersthe 1= \
mind; privation trains and
strengthens it.-Hazlitt.
Not enjoyment, and sorrow, Broiled vegetables brown better i
'
'I when dipped in salad oil 'i
melted
Is our destined end or way; or \
But so to act, that each tomorrow butter.
Finds us farther than today. ,
Each man is a hero and an When carving a rolled or stand- \
oracle to somebody, and'to that STAMPS CGSj4 ing rib roast use a very sharp,
person whatever he says has B. thin-bladed, long handled knife.
an enhanced value.-Emerson. For the rolled roast cut thin slices ,' ':'
No one is useless in the world PEEVE across the top; for standing roasts
who lightens the burden of it cut in thin slices at right anglesto
r the ribs.
for else. 1
anyone
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Mind is the great lever of
all things; human thought is When unsalted fats are used to
the process by which human replace butter or margarines in
ends are answered. baking, additional salt may be
needed.



IRRITATIONS OF -1,
MOOLNE S
ifJ; 11'1 EXTERNAL CAUSE """. _
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ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
miseries with simple home treatment.
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids I
the BottomHe WNU Service) healing by killing perms; it touches. Usa
that is down needs fear nofall.Bunyan's Black and White Ointment only as di
rected.lOc,25c SOc sizes.25 years success.
"Pilgrim's Prog
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WHAT DID I 00 WITH Black and White Skin Soap daily. a

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How To Relieve r HInt F..tar..IIYDdI..t..
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BronchitisCreomulsion r __
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relieves promptly because -
It goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed tHOWFJ
bronchial mucous mem-
branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa ... I
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derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back. QUINTUPLETSrelieve

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Piece out your imperfectionswith

your thoughts.-Shakespeare..
'v the first signs which may warn of a
cold-the Dionne Quintuplets' chests
throats and backs are rubbed with
Grandfather says: GOOD MORNING GOOD MORWIM' A1OTHIAJ'- THERE REALLY GCTL.ON6 WITH YE.' Musterole-a product made especially
TO YOU MRS WHEN I DO BE HEARN'MURPHY ISN'T ANY THEV'S DANGER APLENTY to promptly relieve coughs due to colds. '-
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so SKY FLVlW AN'o' SCARED ROUND UP W 1WBOUT' congestion Musterole in gives the upper such bronchial wonderful tract.re-

i AIRPLANEAN CLOUDS! eults because it's MORE than just an
0M' = Altl'T YE SCARED ordinary "salve". It's what so many
Relieves pain I and soreness I NOW? G Doctors and Nurses call a modern counter-
LT 0 irritant. Since Musterola is used on the
Foe relief from the torture of eimplc o 0 Quints-you may be sure it's just about
Piles.PAZO ointment has been famous
the BEST cold-relief made!
"', for more than thirty years. Here's why; _.. 0 0k IN 3 STRENGTHS
1-" First.PAZO ointment soothes Inflamed : Children's Mild
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areas relieves pain and itchinz. Second. Musterole for children and people with [v
.' ., PAZO ointment lubricates hardened. I tender skin. Regular for ordinary cases wand .
dried parts-.helps. prevent cracking and I Extra Strength for stubborn cases.
; oreness.! Third.PAZO ointment tends M''S
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i Fourth, it's easy to use. PAZO ointment II'II''fJ I
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1. What is the mantic art con- the largest? quite charming. made much easier if sandpaperis put it away where it won't freeze.

cerned with? 8. Settlers in what American "Could you change a five dollar folded over a small block of Then next winter or next spring' t

2. The name Salem, used colony agreed to "combine our- bill for me, please?" she asked, wood. when you want to do some extra '

rhetorically and in poetry, refersto selves together into a civill body smiling shyly. potting of plants, you will have

what city? politick"? "Sorry, miss," replied the con- Custards can be enhanced bya some nice soil ready.

3. What does a Jap mean by ductor. "But don't you worry; bay leaf boiled in the milk. *
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1. Prophecy. moisture through the leaves, from
other time." Be sure that the fruits and nuts
4., How many people were put
2. Jerusalem. the surface of the soil, and from
to death for witchcraft in 1692? 3. The warrior's code. "But you may never see me are well distributed throughoutyour the pot itself if it is of the porous

5. What woman in American 4. Twenty. :" again," quickly replied the young fruit-cake mixtures. Chop or type, so provide sand, sphagnummoss
them into uniform-sized
history is remembered because 5. Lucy Stone. lady." grind or similar material, to keep
and them well with
she would not change her name to 6. Wolf. "Well, what's the odds?" he pieces sprinkle' the pots moist. And, if possible,
flour to them from stick-
that of her husband? 7. Luzon. said, meaning to be gallant. "It prevent keep the temperature down to be-

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r PREPAREDNESS ON THE Uncle PhziSz5J

Gentle Way to

il jp the HOME FRONT
l ll Treat Constipation!
AMERICAN RED CROSSA RUTH WYETH SPEARS p l :

Get up and cheer, constipation
NATION at war must guard sufferers I II you are one of the

its health. One sure guard, OTHER HALF OF 36" I ( 36" N The Unattainable LuresThere's millions of people with normal

I; and one of the best forms of pre- no such thing as the Intestines who suffer due to lack
is diet. PLYWOOD SQUARED / of "bulk" In the diet here's
paredness proper biggest half in spite of the fact
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news of a gentler,pleasanter way
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MAKES SHELF
Since World War I, the Amer- I.: that we all want it. to win welcome relief I
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ican Cross has offered the .
Red
T Too many people who talk about war You see. many medicinal laxatives -
nation's housewives nutrition aims have concrete opinionsthoroughly prod the Intestines Into actIon -

courses, designed to teach both GUT ,; mixed and permanently set. or draw moisture Into them
men and women how to eat and from other parts of the body.
It is that he who com-
necessary
keep well and strong. But Amer- CURVE mands well should have at some But KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN, a
delicious cereal, acts
icans felt that since they were' the IN crisp quite
time obeyed. -
differently. It works principallyon
best fed people of the world, they w r c' OF] the contents of colon,
1 ? The father of a bright baby is your
must also be the best nourished. 31FRONT 31-
-, helping you to have easy and
TABLE always ready and willing to con-
i'' In that belief they were mistaken.The normal elimination. Eat It often
cede that smartness is hereditary. .
6. and drink plenty of water.
army reported that one-
ALL-BRAN is made by Kellogg'sIn
third of all applicants for 7i \
war LIGHT BEHIND They're More Vital Battle Creek.If your condition
service were being rejected is not helped by this simple
L SWAG DRAPE Some men need so much more
because of healthbadteeth doctor.
poor ; treatment see your
self-restraint than others.It .
heart trouble, poor eye- _
ROD AND RINGS
sight, skin diseases-all trace- isn't more optimism we want,

able to undernourishment. { f UNDER FRONT FRILL but more hoptoitism.You'll .

America's mothers and house- never get a reputation for

wives were shocked into action. generosity by sharing your trou-

Within the past year, more than bles with your friends. HELPS PREVENT

250,000 women have won Red Cross BOXES Habit may be either good or bad, depending

Food and Nutrition certificates by e upon whether you rule it or it MANY A,

attending these courses held by rules you. F

Red Cross chapters in more than COLDS !
"X2"VOU U-
1,850 counties throughout the Unit

ed States.In I Chinese 'Rights' r rIn from developingPut

these Food and Nutrition can't set a wave or even shelf, are of light weight white a few drops Va-tro-nol up

courses, women learned the 1 comb a smart new hair-do with- muslin edged in old-fashioned em- each nostril at the very first sniffle
importance of preparing and out seeing the back of your head.' broidery panty ruffling. New York city, every Chi- or' sneeze. Its quick action

serving the right amounts of A deep curve 'in the front of a Pink ribbon holds the drape and nese'who rents a store or some aids Nature's defenses

the right kinds of foods-foods dressing table will allow you to get edges the table. The top frill other business building claims against colds.SNAPPY. Follows VICKS

which contained the needed close enough to a triple mirror., and center part of the table skirt I that he has a "basic _propertyright" folder.s VA-IRO-NOL

health protective qualities to Here are, the dimensions for sucha are snapped to a strip of muslin in it and, therefore, will .,

keep their husbands fit for jobs table 'to be built into a._corner. ,tacked around?-the -front of the not allow another Chinese to'lease

le in, the shipyards, the farms, The stool 'top ]is" pink cotton ma- table under the ribbon. it until the man has purchased this

the mines, the steel mills, and terial; the skirts for .it and the right, says Collier's. When sucha

to build their children into table, and the .drape for the top NOTE: Mrs.Spears' Book 1 shows you demand runs into thousands of
exactly how to drape dressing tables with dollars, the owner is seldom able FACTS
physically stronger Americans. drawers. Also directions for slip covers:
to rent the property again to a
j These food-conscious women bedspreads and all types of curtains. ABOUT
Readers may secure copy of Book 1 by member of this race.Debunking .
have also learned how to food Subconscious TrainingThe
buy I
sending name and address with 10 R
economically and how to make the cents to:

best use of rationed foods, and ease with which the sub- You nJrRUBB

how to plan meals that enable' conscious mind can train itself is MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS \
them and their husbands to work illustrated Bedford Hills New York Watches are not harmed by
by the case of a certain
harder Drawer 10 turning their hands backward,
longer and better to help
somnambulist reports Collier's.The .
,
win the war.Prepared Enclose 10 cents for Book 1. rats do not instinctively desert a Japan now control about 999&
man placed a tub of cold wa- ship before it starts on an ill- of the robber plantation of the

Exclusively for WNU. ter beside his bed when retiringso Name................................ fated voyage, and the stars in the w.rld.
would into it Rogardlon whether synlletlo rob-
he step and be
awakened when Address.............................. American flag do not represent her if made from petroleum,grain,
starting his nightly -states.Are shrubs or chemical*it will bo sometime
of
Knowledge Truth particular
sleepwalks.The before car owners will be able
to purchase synthetic robber hies.
plan worked successfully a War purposes have first calLA

It is noble to seek truth, and it few times and then his subcon- tombstone marks the spot I

Is beautiful to find it. It' is the scious mind began to make ,him near Sussex, England, where a
Cuddle Toys in Vogueare I tire that had served Its owner 19,
ancient feeling of the human heart get out on the other or "safe" side year was ceremoniously burled.

t -that knowledge, is better than I of the bed.Dancing. 300 rubber parts,Including tires
riches; and it is deeply and sa- and tubes,are used in the modem
credly true!Sidney Smith. made. A polka-dot ruffle addsto automobile.Without rubber the car
HighJumpersTallest would truly be a"loll"wagon.
Emeline's sleek appearanceand I
There b talk these day of recapping
tribe of men in the worldis vanity. 25,000,000 tires a year I I
:1 *
: Quito a lump from the 3,600,000
Gas on StomachRelieved the Watussi, of Belgian Congo; Oswald comes in about 15-Inch size, recapped-rotreoded mark of I I
Marty 17 Inch and EmelIne 13 Inch. Out 1937. "
6 feet 6 inches.
height,
In 5 minutes or double money back average
lines for all three come on pattern Z9498
When excess stomach acid cause painful,suffocat The tribal dances are strenuous Automobiles were on over 58%of
ing gas.sour stomach and heartburn doctors osuoJIy 15 cents. Patterns for Marty's clothes are all U.S.farms in 1940;15.5%of tho
prescribe the fasttut-acting medicines known for and give them springy'thigh mus- also given on this same transfer. Young farms had motor trucks end 23.1%
ermptoniatic relief i -medicine*like" those'in
Bell
Tablets. No laxative Bell ans brings comfort -Inr"7 ans cles, which enable them to leap seamstresses as well as older ones will motor tractors.
i or double I your money back on return of bottle have fun making this playtime menagerie.Send .
to U8, 25c at all druggist prodigious heights.
your order to:
Some of their best performerscan --

fly over a bar eight feet from AUNT MARTHA
One Task at TimeI r.
a the ground, and on one,ceremonial Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
go at what I am about as if { -lL1 //n Enclose ,15 cents for each pattern
occasion a whole platoon of them
there was nothing else in the
/ jumped seven feet, two inches desired. Pattern No.............
world for the time being. That's g

the secret of all hard-working higher than the present world's Name ............,..................
high-jump record! of Australia Africa and
men.-Charles Kingsley. SHADES Address .,...........................
-here come Oswald the

Left-Handedness ostrich, Marty the monkey, and RFGdtih

AWAY GO CORIIS Emeline the seal. A three-ring Greeks Have a WordA

Left-handedness occurs twice as circus all on one pattern! You Greek word which contains

Pain goes quick. corns often among' individuals of twin see, Oswald, Marty and Emelineare 171 letters and means' hash in
speedily removed when
you use thin. Soothing W birth as among those of single stuffed toys-easy as pie to English is the longest one in any e e
cushioning Dr. Scholl birth and with about the same frequency make. The feathery and hairy ap- language. Incidentally, it may be a
Zlno-pacls. Try them
in fraternal as in identical pearance of the ostrich and mon- found in line 1169 of Aristophanes'famous

t.1I1fI! re.r twins. Neither of these tendenciesis key is achieved by clipping the comedy, "The Ecclesiazu- '1I bG \4

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BEFORE YOU WERE MARRIEO.DEAR MOTHER, WHATS ALL THIS ABOUT KNOW? IT'S ALL FLEISCHMANNS"TLEISCHMANN'S WITH THESE DAYS KEEPS PERFECTLY IN THE
.J I- THAT COFFEE CAKE ISSIMPLY / COFFEE CAKES EXTRA VITAMINS!' BECAUSE OF THE YEAST IS DIFFERENT- THE YELLOW LABEL IS THE REFRIGERATOR. YOU CAN GET A WEEKS: ; "d

PERFECT,AND I KNOW I'LL fGOOO FOR YOU- ,, GREAT LITTLE USE-FLEISCHMANrTS! FROMOTHER/ONLY YEAST WITH VITAMINS SUPPLY OR MORE AT A TIME. WHY DON'T '
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EIGHT THE CLE\VTSTON NEWS '. FRIDAY NOVTOIBETl '13, 1943
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Red Cross Must Ship I Supplies Received For Mileage Rationing- FSA Acts To Carry \ assistance, ., I '
Since
so many fanners have obtained .

Finished GarmentsAll I j r Local Production Room J JI (Continued: from Page 1) Out War ProgramUpon :t off-the-farm labor in recent ll I''

months, It is
Important that
very
believed, during \
[will be started it is I .
I I December.The those remaining should utilize their
month of
women who have unfinished i Supplies for the 31,500 dress- the returning from a conference -) !
various service stations including available labor to produce to the 'j
of
is October _
which the quota
Cross' ,
"work from the local Red ings held in Lakeland with allj
the local production room, have II Barney Thomas' station, i maximum these essential crops in :.I
asked to give
are Administration
:production room Farm Security supervisors -
following been received. This will be made the Puroil Station, the Standard order to hold production up to the 'i i
their atetntion to the of South Florida, Clem-
iup into 22,500 packs size 8 by 10, station operated by Clayton Waters, present level.Methods .
notice: I I mie B. Williams, Supervisor for
We must have all convalescent : and 9,000 sponges, 4 by 4. the Sinclair station operated by the Fort Myers Unit, which is com- in handling loans have
Motors
Yobes, children's rompers and men'"women's -. Many women have volunteered 1 I Iand I,I Geo. Beck, Hendry County posed of the following counties: been changed in order to speed up
and children's sweaters are helping with this work 'I I and I Glen Etherton's Sugarland I II action on applications. The office ,
; II inspection Lee, Hendry Charlotte and Collier, I' \
of blue 'and green wool returned each Monday, Tuesday and Friday |I II !.Station I have been designated as \ outlined the "steps which are now of the Farm Security Administration A. \
here. '
finished. These must be packed afternoons and evenings. Many stations I being taken by his office to carry I at Fort Myers which serves t:

:and' 'shipped from Clewiston the I I more are needed and if you- can_ give I I Truck owners who have not yet out the six point war time food pro! four counties is accepting listings II

}as"t week in November. These I I even a portion of an afternoon or received their certificates of war gram recently stated by Secretaryof of farms for rent from landlords I

garments are overdue and we must II I evening to this urgent work, those necessity must do so at once. Nov. Agriculture Claude R. Wickard, in order to assist farmers who do '

'make the shipment at that time. I in charge will welcome you and 15 was set as the deadline forgetting chairman of the National Food Re-. not have sufficient land to expand

thousand yards of hand instructors to help these certificates but a brief their production program.
More .than a ';,; have on quirements Committee.A j I >
hew 'material and new wool to' be' you learn the knack of making the extra period has been granted those shift in Those farmers who are in a po-
is
emphasis being
"knitted will be received within a1 i I dressings. who were unable to get the certificates now sition to make
a greater contribution
I II made by the FSA from full time
conditions be-
few: days and we must make room ,I i I Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs. E'I because of subsistence program to an increaseIn to the Nation's food production

for the new work. This knittingIs f.... Stewart are- co-chairmen of the I II yond their control. production of vital truck program but are limited as to financial -
!'!i I crops
'articles for the'men in our own surgical dressing work. j needed in supllying the most I resources should immediately -
armed forces, the wool is lightweight I School Board Considers neces- make application to Mr. Wil
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and the work is interest j liams' office in' the Post Office
I
Many Register ForIdentification being given to applications from
The sewing to be done is r Cutting Xmas Vacation
ing. I all small farmers who make Building, Room 208_ Fort Myers,
can
hospital garments and is also interesting Cards I I)I contribution to the food production a I Florida, office, hours from 8:30 A.
and urgent work. The school board is considering M. to 5:30 P. M
(I I program regardless of location of %
This request is made by Mrs. F. cutting down on the holiday vacation I Mr. Williams
the farm or insufficient to succeeds WalterW.
Deane Duff, production chairman, ,....Approximately 180 boat owners in order to close that much acreage Shaffer and
carryon a balanced subsistence pro- more ,recently Wil-
Vho urges that all garments' be II earlier in the spring at the end of
the and operators in the Lake area gram, provided they are not able liam V. Chester _as, farm supervisorof
and turned in, so
-
finished
the term.
were registered, photographed and to obtain their financing through the FSA for this area.
Shipment can be made as planned. fingerprinted Monday and Tuesdayat Supt. C. E. Weaver said the other agencies. These vital ..
AVorkers will be needed to complete plans were for schools to close on crops
the U. S. Engineer warehousein
I are beans lima beans
snap ,
the production of the hospital Dec. 24, and for r
Thursday open
Clewiston for identificationcards
toma'I'I
toes, cabbage, English I Not everybody with a dollar
'' and knitted articles, '
'garments Guard. classes Monday, Jan. 4. This was
required by the Coast 10 % increase in '_ to spare can shoot a gun
"and 'all who can help with that are discussed at the meeting Friday
Guardsmen from West
Two Coast
chickens for meat has been called straight-but everybody can
urged to "be ready to do their part. Palm Beach conducted the registration night but no definite action was for, and small farmers who have I f. shoot straight to the bank and

and not only commercial taken. I j' : War
Carrie equipment and experience. in handling bay Bonds. Buy your
Two New Members On I The resignation ofIrs..
who
operators but sportsmen expect I poultry can be given some I 10% every pay day.:
to fish, and hunt were on hand Eunice Cartee as teacher; of the 1-- .
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Everglades D. D. BoardAt I to make application for the cards. third, grade at LaBelle was accepted -

Cards are erpected to be mailedto I and Mrs. J. E. Hamrick was ap-. i

) each applicant very shortly. pob ted to take her place. -- satm

the 'regular meeting of the Those who did not register at this Mrs.. Cartee has been ill since

Everglades Drainage: District Boardin time will have to make a trip to I the beginning of the term and only

Miami "Tues ay two new members West Palm Beach to the .Coast recently was returned from the It'sYOUR

were In attendance and were Guard office to make application. hospital. She left Friday to join I

'qualified "as "board members. I her husband, Wade Cartee, at fight too!
,
Paul "M. Hoenshel, superintendentof FOUR BOYS ENTER NAVY South Bay where he is employed. ; ;
Development former teacher !I >. fxSSStfi.. # S2..5J/; / *& % /' '}'
the Bessemer Properties I Mrs. Hamrick is a /

at Port Mayacca and I J. D. and Elbert Hooker, Gus I II her last school being at Okee- BUY us:

wner of private grove interests at I chobee. She holds a graduate state I
Cantrell and Lawrence Guthrie are

Indlantown, was one of the new .leaving Tuesday to begin their en- I certificate covering elementary sub I ..;i !. ,, 5. r r r Ykf J6, UlflRBonos

members succeeding George Chalker :listment in the U. S. Navy. Lawrence -* jects. .. i ;tq i tiiv A F r4

of West Palm Beach whose term and Elbert have entered the 'I Bud Browning was employed as!I

tad expired. His term will expire bus driver 'on the Denaud route for
regular Navy and are expecting loj i
dune 15, 1945. I has long as he is needed. That is from income
\e sent to Norfolk for training. J'I| 1
Tom M.. Bryan of the dredging while the Clyde
Naval days are short.
D. and Gus are in the Reserve I
firm of Bryan and Holloway, Fort and'.expect to attend the Air !'i Crawford has both the south and

Lauderdale, was the new member' north Denaud routes this :year and OFFICIAL
Trade School in Jackson-
Corps U. S. NAVY
from Broward County succeeding ville. some students are arriving home 'I PHOTOGRAPHBUY

H. L. Lyons of Pompano. He also rather late on this arrangement, It

is a: grove owner in the Davie area. which is said to be unsatisfactory.N .
% TO VOC
His term ,will expire June 6, 1946. ENTER 1'
Between Sea Baffles .
J. E. Beardsley, local member of' ,,''' 1i.; ..
O T I C K ,
V: left this weekto '"
C. Woodward
Is u
:. the board and general manager, -
" not expected to be replaced by Gov- visit relatives in Georgia before HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA

'ernor Holland desptie the fact that answering 'his call ,to Camp. Bland- NOV. 6, 1942 =
that
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
his term of ,office also has expired.' ing next Wednesday to be sent) pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter
I from there to a training school asa 18296, Laws of Florida Acts of 1937,
known as the :MURPHY ACT. the
" Suit Is Filed. I Volunteer Officer Candidate. It following described land In Hendry
Against is understood' that he will be trained County, Florida, will be offered for
I ands I i sale at public outcry for the highest
officer in )
: as an Infantry and best cash bid, subject to the rightof ,
; Independent Growers"The :will: probably be sent to Fort Ben- the Trustees of the Internal Im-
; provement Fund to reject any and all
.
I fling, Ga.American' bids, at the Courthouse beginning ,at
Tampa Tribune this morning I i,,10 o'clock A. I'!. on the 27th day of YOUR WAR BONDS HERE : ,J
November. 1942. Easement for road
"r announced that suits had been filed Cadets- right of way 100 feet wide will be
f in federal court there by attorneys reserved from ,any parcel through SALES ALREADY THIS MONTH EXCEED $1,000
which there is an existing State road:
" for Dr: B. A. Bourne, U. S. Sugar I Lots 12-13 Elbaroda Sd of
: .: Corporation research executive, I (Continued from Page 1)) Btisers. Add to LaBelle: '
SW'i of SW'i S of .
",.- against J. E. Beardsley, R. E. all-British fields being left in the Sec 4. Twp 43 S., Rge 28 branch E, 5 0 f fyrlwts

, Kurtz, Otto Larsen and L. E. Far- country, including Riddle Field' acres;
; Lots 1 to 40 Blk C Palm Hts,
t C., nam for violation of patent here. It was presumed then that! Sd of Block 109 LaBelle:
.
\' rights.. this field would' remain a strictly -! All Blocks 111 112, 113, Good- 1e ,
no's Addition to LaBelle.
i'':- Several other cases similar to British training field but it! TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL

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