The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I :z i.z'p. THE 'CL.EWISTON NEWS P1A'OLU11E 'j!;

I :-" 13-NUMBER 52 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1942 SCllIPTIOX-'j2.00; PElt YEAR ;,;'::1',

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Daily Wages In Vegetable!' Ten Have of New Now Houses Been Sold!! County Without Defense :!r'

:; Area- Threat To' 'Cane Area,1 Sale and occupation of the E I Council As Officials, QuitMeat :!,:

__. I twenty-five new defense houses .
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:;, .-"" o' : I built in the northwest section of I -------0 ..... ",;,'

'( : ; HIGHER WAGES PROPOSED TO State Hotel Group town by O'Dell) and Clark, or I Sharing RESIGNATIONS TENDERED AT I
: Campaign
1:0. BEAN PICKERS MAY CAUSE Clewiston Builders, Inc., continues I MEETING "HELD TUESDAY \

CANE WORKERS TO LEAVEAt rapidly and city meter records, show :NIGHT IN LABELLEAt !
Meets Here At Inn To Start Next
I II that ten .of the houses are now Weeks :: I

a;' a hearing held at Osceola I I occupied. Possibly others have a called meeting held Tuesday ,

Camp in Belle Glade Monday morn i been sold. The night in the courthouse at
A group of prominent state hotel i= national Share-The-Meat
ing representatives of the U. S. LaBelle all of the executive
The records show occupation by officersof
operators, all members of the I!' I campaign will ,be carried direct to I
Employment Service took testimony Albert C. Lyons, Lynwood D. the county defense council ten-
executive board of the State Hotel Clewiston housewives next week II
relative to wage rates for labor in I Association and other state officials I I Blount, C. W. Stephens, Steve W. when an organization sponsored dered their resignations and Hen-

I, the vegetable and cane sugar areas I II were the guests of the ClewistonInn I' Grant, Charles (Tubby) Owens, W,I the local Garden Club begins bY'1 dry County probably now stands as

with a view to establishing min-'! last night at dinner and con- I. ,Lawson, Ferril Cockrin, WarrenG. I forts leading to the conservation the only one of the sixty-seven

imum wage rates for the vegetable Reid, H. R. Brinton and Dan counties in Florida without sucha
'tinued on to Miami for a district meat supplies. Miss Hannah York
.areas. \I ITestimony conference in Miami today. They Padgett.The' ,and Mrs. Frank E. Conkling will i set-up.
brought out that vege-l I other group of twenty-five cam-I The meeting was called by A. L.
stopped here on the way from St. act as co-chairman 'of the
table growers were already paying j Petersburg where another district I i I houses 'built: ,by the same com- paign in Clewiston. Taylor, vice-chairman of the council ".

: .or were threatened with having toj I conference had been held. I|[pany just east of .the school house Miss Boletha Froejen, of the I who explained that the group

pay; wage rates in excess of those:i The group included Hunter G. j[have I I all been sold and are now occupied state extension department, explained -' had been brought together to act
t: paid sugar cane workers which is upon the resignation of R.- Y. Pa-
Johnson, State Hotel Commissionerand the set-up to local workers!I
a direct reversal of conditions in terson, Clewiston chairman of the
:1 Mrs. Johnson of Tallahassee, this week as she and Mrs. Vera1
; previous seasons and protests were council since its organization and
R. O. Riddle, of Jacksonville, executive Walker) nutrition consultant of the ,
registered by cane growers against for a general reorganization. Mr.Patterson's
secretary of the hotel commission HUNTING SEASON IS state board of health, were here toI .
such rates which would make itj) I resignation read
was by
; Frank L. Holland of Bartow, assist with the organization of. the
difficult to retain labor during the Mr. Taylor and also that of M. W.
Boyce Williams, chairman of the campaign.A .
.harvest season. State Industrial Commission of I OPENED TODAY IN meeting has been called for Bigg, chairman of the finance_ committee -
J. E. Beardsley was one of the .
Tallahassee: C. W. Butler, chairmanof I next Monday afternoon, November!
first to testify and did so both as The resignation of Mr. Patterson
the state OVA committee; J.. B. 23rd, at 4:30, in the Community
:a vegetable grower and as a sugar I COUNTY AND STATE I and Mr. Bigg were read and Mr.
Sullivan of West Palm Beach, Center. At that time all block
cane grower. He explained that in 'I i Taylor was. elected chairman 'of the
former hotel commissioner and on- i i wardens, .of the defense council, all'
past seasons vegetable growers had'' I II' council. He then explained that
ly life member of the hotel associa- j r --- Garden Club members and the pub
appeared at hearings I Mr. Patterson had
sugar wage felt it
tion; C. J. Knapp, manager of the );i Many local nimrods were ,away lic generally are urged to be necessaryto
asking that wages be held down to' present I resign because clerical
to the no assistance -
yesterday hunting groundsof !
''x Casa Ybel Hotel 'at Sanibel and I to help with preparing
a point where their labor would not the and Little the had been provided to help
Big Cypress,
president of the association and I j paign in the shortest possible time.
i quit to go to the 'cane fields and carry on the great of
] of County I volume work
breeding grounds Hendry -
Mrs. Knapp; Kenneth Arnold, manager Mrs. Walker yesterday talked to
he was asking this year that the; i and correspondence going
of the Royal Worth Hotel in which are opened this year for the Garden Club members at their throughthe
vegetable growers hold down their ) chairman's office and said
.. .West Palm Beach; L. C. Hagler, hunting after being closed five meeting, explaining the possibilities that

wage'scales accordingly. manager of the San Carlos Hotel in I' years and to other hunting areasso of meat substitutes, cheese, 'poultry he would accept the chairmanshiponly
.John Tiedtke also, testified that on condition that such
that would be in readinessto assistance -
Pensacola and mayor of that city; they I legumes and the like. This is
lie was finding field labor very) would be provided. The.
greet the, hunting season which'I :
T. M. Hall, manager of ,the Sara- part of 'the national campaign to
f hard to obtain this year and harder sota Terrace Hotel and his daughter opened this, morning. i acquaint housewives with ways inj i meeting was then thrown open to
to get good work out of. He 'a discussion of the
subject. ,
Hunters fishermen
; J. E. Kavanaugh of Jackson- I and were :I which an adequate diet can bet I
emphasized the impossibility of R. N. Miller, tax collec I
much perturbed Wednesday when ,
ville, manager of the Robert Meyers maintained although meat is great-
paying higher rates than those recently tor, suggested that inasmuch the
they heard of a new OPA ruling as
chain of hotels and organizer of ly curtailed or omitted altogether.The .
set by the Department ot.Agricult.ure county commission had been unableto
the state association; S. D. Mc- I which would prevent them usingbasic new campaign will take up the
for sugar cane labor so provide funds for carrying
Cready, manager of the Dixie Court "A" gasoline coupons to make actual conservation of meat supplies on
long as the price of raw sugaris the work of the council that
I hunting and fishing trips but were per-
Hotel in West Palm Beach. I available and meal planning
pegged at the present level. He haps the schools would be able to
happy yesterday morning to learn
to insure healthful diets will be
Local people attending the din- I
also stated that he charged regularly I that this ruling of the state OPA specified.It I provide some help. He was an-
the laborer for his transpor- ner in their honor Thursday even- swered by Carl Berner of Clewiston
v office had been reversed after com- ,
tation but that the amount chargedthis ling i were C. ,P.. Bitting, Jay W. I munication with, Washington. Although will be well for the public chief air raid warden for the 'county -

,year was by no means indicative Moran, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet the ration will be' cut from generally to interest themselves in who said he ,thought it
of 'I he actual [and ,1\11'-,, n.1.\Mrs; .W C. Owen. (Continued, on Page 8)
', ; ':,. : transportation ?- four to three gallons per. coupon queer that every other county in
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costs.; Even this amount is often,I I ..
F i after Sunday the'se' three gallons Commander "PrickettIs the state "coUld yt idff" funds for
I. lost, he said, when men leave to IThanksgiving defense '
I Program may be used, presumably, any way a even some much
: work in the bean fields. He alsoh" / I poorer than Hendry County. He
!that the motorist sees fit.i .-
Guest At
explained the make-np of harvest I Given By Elementary'!;i A later ruling published this Speaker said he believed that seeking the

.>..-. crews, the placement of new and morning will also ease' the mind .of money from the ,schools was entirely -.

untrained men and necessity for I Grades In Auditorium holders of B and C ration books, the Kiwanis MeetingWing out of order and out of the

contract pay. OPA having decided that each question and urged the people to

The vegetable growers of the I holder of these books is entitledto Commander T. O. Prickett, get behind the board' of county

'" ,Belle Glade area testified generally I Several children from the elementary ninety miles of pleasure driving who came to Clewiston only a few commissioners and demand that

.. that there was :a general shortage grades gave a Thanksgiving which will permit at least some I weeks ago straight frm.N rth I they take some action.Dr. .

:,'. of negro 'labor 'and that much of program at the Parent-Teacher hunting during, the season. Africa where he had been in ser- C. E. Weaver, county superin-

the labor will not stay on the job.: Association meeting in the school Game is said to be very plentiful vice for two years with the Royal: tendent of schools, reiterated 'Mr.

This necessitated a minimum daily auditorium Tuesday afternoon. this year in this'and surrounding I Air Force, was guest speaker at the Berner's statement concerning the

N rate of pay of from $2.50 to $3.00 Anne Prewitt gave. a poem, "Thanks i counties and gasoline and tire regular meeting of the ,Kiwanis! use of school moneys for financingthe

and these rates resulted in poorer j giving Dinner." Richard Knight i restrictions, added to many hunt- I Club at the Inn Wednesday even- council and said that the

&, produce reaching markets. Day gave an original poem which might II ers being 'away in the service and ing. financial condition of the school

rates, they said, were no assur- have been titled "Thoughts Con-I on defense jobs, should make hunt- Although Commander Prickettwas I board had made it necessary to bor-

ance that' adequate work would be cerning a Turkey." Three girls 'ing very good during the season in the thick of the Libyan cam*I row money to pay teachers thisi

(Continued on Page 8) from the fourth grade gave a song for those who are privileged to go. paigns and was shot down and i year. County Attorney H. A.

',i v. and skit, "The Turkey Gobblers." The day's' bag on, wild turkey is I: wounded shortly before coming j I Rider told that the:' bounty board

Fuel Oil Applications Father Timothy J. Geary, pastor 2, season's bag 5, and the hours : here to become senior RAF officerat had put an item in the budget this

of St. Margaret's Church, made a I for hunting are half hour before Riddle-McKay. Aero College, he I year' to cover defense council ac-

Coming In Rapidly talk on Gratitude, a subject which sunrise to sunset. The day's bag]i talked little about the actual fight- tivities but the resulting increasein

/ he chose in view of the approaching i on quail and squirrel is 15, sea- ing and confined himself largely to millage was not approved by the

M1r' Thanksgiving season, Mrs. son's 200. Hunting permitted half ,a description of the North Africanarea I' Comptroller making it impossible ,

Members of the local rationing 1 j Vera Walker, nutrition consultantof hour before sunrise to sunset. The which has become the war's' (Continued on Page 8)

S board and Mrs. R. C. Nowling[I I' the State Board of Health, gave day's bag. on duck is 25, geese 3, second front and about which the

clerk, had to call for 'volunteer a talk stressing the need of putting coot 25 and the hours 'are sunriseto news columns are full each day at 35-Mile Speed Limit

'S assistance Thursday to take care of into,, practice all available knowl- sunset. Hunters must purchasea the present time.

the flood of applications for fuel -edge on the subject of nutrition.Mrs. duck stamp. The hours for tak- The'speaker named the princi- Will Be Enforced

oil and'kerosene from those seeking E. C. Mills presided at the ing dove are from sunrise to .sunset pal seaports along the Mediteran-

to beat the deadline which was business session, and received reports and the day's bag is 10. nean and described some of, the -

announced for today.It of various' committees. A I towns which have become impor- The State Highway Patrol has

was, ,past midnight when thoffice' detailed report of the Hallowe'en Wage Rates For tant in news stories. Some of these,I announced that the new federal

was finally cleared and the carnival was read by Miss Mary I II [i he said, from the publicity given 35-mile an hour speed limit will be

: : tired rationing office force made Neeley._ Mrs. J. E. Baker reported would appear to be cities of major
-- -- I Cane Workers Are rigidly enforced, the same as if it
their way wearily homeward. They that the prize for the best poster size but 'instead are usually a were also a state law, and that

( ; express appreciation. Mr. and Mrs. was won by Mary Louise Thomas small group of adobe huts. He violators will be immediately reported -
D. of A.
J. E. Beardsley for' the use of their and Pat Bailey jointly. In the Set By described how the RAF had whit- to the state .rationing office

r'r' office, to Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. lower grades, the prize was givento tled down the available seaportsfor and then to the local raioning

; A. C. Carlton, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Richard Knight. Volunteerswere the German's about seventyfiveper
I The Secretary of Agriculture recently boards. The boards have the rightto
i Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. C. H. requested to prepare lunchesfor approved the recommendations cent through bombings but said take 'away ration books from

Berner, Rev. John N. Montgomery the four children as'recom- of the Sugar Agency of the that most harbors were so full of motorists violating this speed limit.It .
.: and Mrs. W. L. Lott for assisting mended by the welfare committee. wrecks that many times a large ship
I department for minimum wages to I is also pointed: out that drivers' -
,; in fliling out the forms and, to E. Principal R. W. Turk stressedthe could be brought into a port and
I be paid laborers in the harvesting license are sill on sale in
E., Gross, city engineer, for giving importance of fuller coopera- (Continued on Page 8))
lof of in ,
the crop sugar cane Clewiston from two to five .on Sat-
invaluable technical assistance. tion in the immunization program,
I Florida by growers who apply for urday afternoons. at Hub Chevrolet
Most of these applications were (Continued on Page 8) Four Draftees Are
conditional payments under the
, Company.
for cooking and lighting, few of T
: Sugar Act of 1937 and also fair
,, those forms for heating having been
. Thanksgiving To Be to be paid independent In
turned in. The office states that price grow Accepted Blandingj Child Is Bitten By
ers of sugar cane by processors,
; coupons will be issued for these oils
Observed With ServiceUnion who as producers apply for conditional -
next week. payments.In Four of the selectees sent to Dog On ReservationWanda

Mileage rationing forms shouldall I the local selec-
most cases there is some raise Camp Blanding by
be ,in the hands of the board by Thanksgiving services will in wage rates for the current year tive service board last week were
Sue Davis the daughterof
tomorrow night and those having be held this at the and have ,
year Baptist beginning September 1 this :year accepted for army service "
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis, was
any passenger tires in
excess of Church on Wednesday evening, and continuing until June 30 of already served their seven days
five, should dispose of them before November 25, at 7:30 o'clock. next and are as follows: furlough and have' returned to begin -, severely bitten in the left ear while
Sunday when the new rationing Rev. H., C. 'Meador,; pastor of the For cutting, topping and strip- active ser\ice. ,playing near her home on the government -

program becomes effective. These. Baptist Church.. will.. -.. preside, at the $2.45 per day of nine hoursor The four accepted were Peter reservation last Monday
,. extra tires are to be sent by ex'I'I service and Rev.,.John N. Montgomery 27c per hour for males and Theodore Chagaris of Clewiston, afternoon by a dog belonging to

press, to the nearest purchasing pastor of the Community $2.00 or 22c for females. The Thomas Oscar' Wilkison of LaBelle, C. E. Bailey.

tion of the government and there I Church, will deliver the }'sermon.I loading rate is $2.25 _per day or Raymond ,Cox, a transfer from :I' The child was given an anti-

they will be inspected and a checkor Special music will be given by the!j 25c; tractor and truck drivers are Chipley and Hamp Dees of LaBelle.No rabies treatment and the dog is being -
defense stamps sent in I for couple of weeks
paymentas Baptist choir. received on Ed kept up
[ paid $2.30 per day or 26c hourly; report was
: soon as possible. W. W., Perry, This of all years should be a I teamsters will draw $2.20' or 24c Heath who had been transferred.j I for inspection but the dog's ears
I express agent, will take I I been sensitive and sore for
care of real Thanksgiving, for Americansand per hour; hoist operators get $2.00or to the Bartow board. I have
t shipment and give a receipt for the that all : time and it is believed that
, it is hoped will gatherat 22 cents; any other harvesting The rejections were: David Henry ;some
tires which may be presented to the this union service for the proper operations not connected with Thigpen, Theodore Austin ,Horne : the child touched its ears while
rationing board as proof of dis- kind of ''playing I with him. She is sufferingno
a Thanksgiving observ- mechanical' loading or harvesting, and Cleveland Daniels, all of La-
posal. ill effects at this time;
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, 'Schools at War' ProgramTo Gems of Thought ,

To Help Smash DictatorsA THE die was now cast; I had
f.f f. U passed the Rubicon. Swimor
f sink, live or' die, survive or

OR W EA ON national campaign is under way to enroll the nation's perish with my country was
f.r ADIOS my unalterable determination.John .
? .. 32,000,000 school children in the war effort. This campaign, knownas A SCREEN* Adams.For .

r Washington, D. C.. the "Schools at War" program, was launched by Mrs. Franklin By VIRGINIA VALE of all sad words of tongue or pen \
D. Roosevelt in Washington, D. C., recently. Speaking overa Released by Western Newspaper Union The saddest are these: "It might .
k CAPITALCHAFF been national radio hookup and before 4,000 District of Columbia HUNT has learned have beenr WIllTTlER. '
Bernard Baruch, who has MARSHA It is better to
!; commuting from New York whenever school children, Mrs. Roosevelt urged the boys and girls of the find"a movie actress I charity on nine unworthy misplace per-our

E; the President desired his services nation to dedicate themselves to active.participation in the war in a big city. Recently she and sons than to deny alms to one

in Washington, is now looking effort through the Schools at War program. Ann Rutherford were both in who is really in need.

E for permanent quarters in Washing- Many of the Capital schools, participated in' the ceremonies' New York, and both 'on personal Hath not the potter power

" ton.Librarian of Congress Archibald which marked the opening this notable campaign. The follow- business trips, so they hadn't over the clay, of the same)lump

f MacLeish has rented the old Robert ing series of photos will furnish more than one idea for other' given the M-G-M office their ad- to our make, and one another vessel unto unto dishon-hon-

' E. Lee house in Alexandria, suburb .. schools that are anxious to enroll their pupils in the important dresses. So, though they wantedto our-Romans 9:21.

. of When Washington.a New York_ banker came I work of doing their bit towards whipping the enemies of freedom meet, they couldn't locate ,I
'" each other. The day before return-
f. to Washington on a government job,
ing to Hollywood for "The Human \
he wanted to rent Georgetown
t. home belonging to Mrs. Lionel 'At- Comedy," Marsha, besieged by fans ; ON THE i
asking for asked if
autographs, one
i. will, ex-wife of both General Mac-the --'P .,- 4" SS A he knew where Ann was staying. .(HOME FRONT
Arthur and actor. Atwill. But
: "Sure-right on the floor above
banker balked at the rent. "I can'tpay I :
you! he replied. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
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that much, he said. "I gave
f; up a $45,000 job to come here." -

". "That's nothing," retorted Mrs. At- And, speaking of autographsVirginia HERE is a hooked hearth rug
: will, "I gave up a $50,000 husband!" Weidler's new picture, "The that may some
,:-.. Once when Mrs. Atwill was askedif Youngest Profession," is about to'room size. So far every'female +_
.: she didn't regret divorcing Mac- them. In it William Powell will appear member of the family has hookedat

.-. Arthur, thus losing the limelight of as himself; he's Virginia'sscreen least one square, and the malesare
ir a great hero, she replied, "Whichis idol, and her efforts to get all represented by materials
is the greater figure-Josephine or ,, ) his autograph lead to a series of from cast-off suits, socks and
Marie Louise?" hilarious situations. sweaters. The turquoise flowers
----7: and red cherries in the alternate I

'.. STEALING THE STARS IN3Jfdz 1 : Success Story: in 1940 Margaret 'squares are from dyed pieces of
:. Washington is full of movie moguls Hayes was voted the best artists' the old cream colored wool blan-
k: all worried about the fact that their model, then the best photographers' kets. When the squares are t

< big stars are leaving them. Trou- model. She's made some pictureshad hemmed and, sewn together with Ij
'! ble is the $25,000 ceiling on incomes. the feminine lead in "In Old
'. Hollywood stars figure this is an i.I2NOOK suRLAP aSQUAPES
> u'r Colorado" and 11 featured role in
t.. opportunity to jump their contracts,
and everybody is now out stealing o SEW
i:: each other's, stars-or trying to. TOGETNER'

The ins and outs of the new in-

come ceiling are difficult. But in
brief, here is how it affects Holly-
wood. The total salary which can

be paid under the new ruling is A

f $67,000, which, when tax deductionsare
are made, gives 'a net income of
$25,000. Certain other deductionsalso

allowable but the w-.,,. ,? \"-- '
are treasury .II. \.1..A. > /'iO''H"j'"rN'71jflJ

regulation specifically states that : A color guard composed of District 1 1i i
additional to care for these .: .
money :: _f-x
deductions cannot be paid out by '. "1t.(>/# : )$. of Columbia school boy cadets ,strong carpet thread;they form a

the companies. If they do pay them, .j4lN i"/ % marches'up Constitution avenue. ,fascinating pattern of circles, flow

,, the government may require themto ers and fruit.Twelveinch.
make good the outlays. J' squares of burlap
This is what gripes the movie Y overcast around the edge made

stars. Some of them have been '9 the foundation pieces. Patterns
: rN< KR' for the repeat design were cut
getting salaries running up into the ,41f
A b au % MARGARET;HAYES I from paper and the burlap was
$200,000s, soto come down to $67,000is .E ,, ySJ"barss ; 3 '..,
S marked
LJ by drawing around these
quite a plop.Furthermore
"New York Town," and Goldwyn with wax crayon. Loops of fabric
movie contracts are picked her for a principal supporting strips were drawn through with a
for one picture, with an option taken role in "They Got Me Cov- steel rug hook. Red was used'for
.on the next and then the next. So s O s'g J' "; 's z j ered." Now she's in New York for the curved lines shown at the upper -

with the companies unable to pay three radio shows and a Broadway left. Tones of brown for the
w'' high salaries, the options on their stage production! flower and gray for the cherry
stars are automatically broken. -?}-
background. Mixed colors for the
Dick Powell teaches a class in rest of the design.
navigation between his scenes in
don't hear much about them NOTE: Mrs. Spears has prepared a (.J
"True to Life" at Paramount. He'san
special pattern for the rug In today's
\ and their names don't get into the 4 expert yachtsman, and some of' sketch with detailed directions for begin-
" headlines, but some of the boys do- :': % the, younger members of the com ners. So, even If you have never madea
ing great jobs in Egypt are the tank F.. who themselvesfor hooked rug, you can start now making
are preparing
pany squares for a rug of any size you wish.:
repair crews of the U. S. ordnance ', : and marine service in the
y/.av "w..vwJ.a-wn rm :n H ''' -- flying Book 7 In the series of homemaking book-
corps. : I lets contains 31 of these sketches, with'
war asked him to do it.
When a tank is damaged in ac- Scrap collection, another vital phase of school children's war activities instruction text; also descriptions of the
tion on the Egyptian front, an American is the theme of this section of the Schools at War parade. ---*- series. Send your order to:

crew goes out at night with a Neither Claudette Colbert nor-

." big auto-transport truck, not unlike .f+ /. Rudy Vallee cares for eggs in the MRS. RUTII WYETII SPEARS" ''r
r J}y.p Bedford hills ,New YorkDrawer
f those which used to carry passenger raw-but for a scene in "The Palm
k : from H I ,Beach Story" they each were to
cars to retail auto deal- Enclose 10 cents for Book No. 7
k' ers. They load the crippled tank on II swallow three "prairie oysters," concoctions and 10 cents for Rug Pattern.

." board, haul it behind the lines where n y 2.. x of raw eggs, Worcestershiresauce Name................................
[: mobile machine shops have been etc. The property man prom-
set up, and in almost no time it is ised to fix up something that would Address..............................
J':. repaired. look like the genuine article but
I .
r avoid the raw egg difficulty. He did

, U. S. SOLDIERS-U. S. FARMERS -but the substitute was apricots in
E' Forthright Sen. Charley root beer! MINOR
k comes from .Oregon, where the -....-'L-- r I OROLg J v

farmers have had a lot of trouble It looks as if Warner's "Air CUTS. PETROLEUM JELLY @

_ \ this year getting men to pick their "k''i> Force" might turn into one of those
fruit and harvest their, wheat. f ; star-maker pictures. John Garfieldand

f' So McNary wrote to Secretary of Harry Carey are the only time- Form of Madness

' War Stimson pointing out that there tested stars of the production;f the Gloomy penitence ,is. ,only madness
were two army cantonments in Ore- youngsters of whom Director How- turned upside down.TO' .

gon, that it might be an excellent t. B-. f ard Hawks has hopes are' Gig

thing for the nation's food supply .' .....w..w,... .,.................."".N..,.;....&>.....'.N........ r Young, John Ridgely, Arthur Ken- .
and for national nedy, Charles Drake, Ray Mont-
co-operation gen- A healthy nation is fighting A cadets from a District cLs
. erally if some of the soldiers were a nation regiment of gomery, Ward Wood and James Cj L
I given furloughs .and allowed to help and the school children of of Columbia high school Brown. The first two have an edge Of

Oregon farmers with their crops. America can do their bit by preach- marches to the Treasury building on the others. fcuickCy. 44,5t

, Secretary of War Stimson wrote ing and practicing the value of nutrition for the ceremonies marking the *- TABLETS LIQUID'',
back rather tartly that soldiers of Arch Oboler, writer-producer of 6 6 6 SALVE
as is being done by these opening of the "Schools at War"campaign. s
the 'U. S. had to work NOSE DROP5
army at war, school the weekly show "Lights Out, hasa COUGH DROPS
and that the idea was preposterous. !I girls. new book of radio plays, "Playsfor
A little later Senator McNary no- Americans." As he's a top-notch

ticed newspaper accounts of the way f-- 12p.% z za writer for radio, aspirants can't do xYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM
American soldiers in England had F better than get a copy and study it.
taken time to help English farmers Sponsored by the Association for Ed- MOT FlASHESIt

harvest crops. So he wrote Stim- ucation by Radio,the plays, through w

son again. agreement with Oboler, are avail- you suffer from hot flashes, dizziness
"The work of our men in training able to any group free of royaltiesfor distress of "Irregularities", are
for war must be shot to pieces in R the duration of the war. weak times-due, nervous to Irritable the functional, blue at

England," McNary said, "in view of *"'- "middle-age" period In a woman's
the fact that American soldiers ''are life try Lydia E. Plnkbam's Vegetable -
Jack Pearl used to sign his
nameto Compound-the best-known
working in the harvest fields.
letters, and beneath it "World's medicine you can buy today that's
The secretary of war replied a made especially women.Plnkham's .
Greatest Liar. Now it's
little lamely that if American troopsin changedto Compound has helped
"World's Second Greatest Liar." I thousands upon thousands of wom-
England were working in the har-
In explanation Jack "I couldn'tbe en to relieve such annoying Bymp-
vest fields, they were doing it on toms. Follow label directions. PInk-
their own time. But he welcomedno / bpi, b'J/Aa' champ with Adolf around. Phil ham's Compound Is worth trying .
/ Baker ends notes with "Byebye.Buy 1
more suggestions about
farmers here. at home. [
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MERRY-GO-ROUND Brenda Marshall and Osa Massen,
Undersecretary of State Welles of "Background to Danger," each The buyer's assurance is the advertising : !

has made it clear that ChairmanEd ; ..tLrtI!; q has a parent in a country occupiedby b he or she reads in the newspaper.I I
Flynn of the Democratic national the Axis. Miss Massen;s mother That is the buyer's guide. It tells the
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Latin-American diplomatic post only The historical background of the country is portrayed here. The mark. Miss Marshall's father seller who tries to charge more beware!
over_ his dead body. costumed the which was managing a plantation in Ne-
youngsters represent heritage for we fight. gros when the Japs moved in. I

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1. How much water does an inch --

[ Lesson for November 22 of rain give to the acre? The Answers '

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Ts. h Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected the' "Cradle of Liberty"? 1. One hundred tons. .:
tr and copyrighted by
; IM Council of Religious 'Education; used by 3. How many pairs of walking 2. Faneuil Hall.

permission. legs has a spider? 3. A spider has four pairs of
4. In court procedure, if a tales walking legs.
h :44 s: is issued, it means what? 4. Additional jurors '
are sum
r' i%% & 1 T1Ay FAMILY LIFE 5. A cross shaped like a plus moned.

\ /. r xti sfi LESSON TEXT-Exodus 2:1.4; Joshua 24: sign is called what? 5. A Greek cross .
14. 15; Epheslans 5:28-31; 614. 6. Croesus, the proverbial rich 6. Lydia. .
GOLDEN TEXT-Love. never failelh.-I I man, was king of what ancient 7. Grover Cleveland was sheriffof

Corinthians 13:8. country? Erie'county, New York.

r Last week we saw the things I

which mar the life of the family, now I

we turn to those things which give J U ; 'rfO.o 'T;.. r Treat Constipation

strength to the home and to daily d" : ,

life. This is lesson much needed # .o.' ; This Gentler Way! *

just now when so much of our nor- /Q i f.

mal home life thrown out of joint. .rZ".h.l';, $ ; .I''LJ. bad Many folks say that almost as
We begin at the right place whenwe as.constipation are harsh
cathartics and That's'because
He'll Get It! purges.
say that there must be a many medicinal laxa-
I. Recognition of God in the Home "Who broke that window-pane?" tives work this way: they either d
"Mother did. But it was father's prod the intestines Into actionor
(Exod. 2:1-4; josh. 24:14, 15). fault-he ran in front of it!" draw moisture Into them from, '
Failure at this point is without I other parts of the body.

? question the great mistake of .our Rapid TurnoverA Now comes news'of a gentler
and pleasanter of
way treating
y day. Christianity touches every Hollywood' film star recently sent constipation, for the millions of
phase of life, but nowhere is its her visiting cards to her former.. hus people with normal intestines
blessed influence of greater impor- band's new bride. whose trouble is due to lack of
Delicious Meat-Saver "I'm sending them by air mail she "bulk"In the diet.This way Is by
Potatoes, Teamed With Eggs, Are a tance than in the home. -
I wired cattishly. "Trust they don't arrivetoo eating KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN :
See Below.) Our lesson suggests that this is
( Recipes
: a crisp, delicious -cereal, and I
late be
4: to be done in two ways in our homes. to of use to you. drinking plenty of water. I

Meat Savers 1. By Faith in God (Exod. 2:1-4). -- ALL-BRAN,unlike many medici :
a, This Week's Menu. Memory Test-Can anyone remember nal laxatives, acts principally on !
The of the birth of the babe
as story
Idaho Suzettes what we used for front the contents of the colon and
Voluntary meat rationing is already who was to be ,Moses, possibly the page news before the war? helps you to have easy, normal II .
a' be- Stewed Tomatoes social elimination. ALL-BRAN Is made
in process. This period greatest civic, and religious
Shredded Lettuce, Raisin, by Kellogg's In Battle Creek. If
fore the actual leader of all time, reminds us that I
Apple SaladWholeWheat A PurposeTravelerWhat's your condition Is not helped by
h, ; rationing starts- Bread the Jewish people, who had found the use of a this simple treatment, better see
and limits-each favor ''in the eyes of the 'Pharaohs your doctor. 11
Caramel Bavarian Cream lime-t ble if your trains don't run
'. l, person to 2'% Cookies in Joseph's time, were now being by it? > L
t' pounds of meat persecuted. A decree had gone out Porter-If we didn't 'ave one,
r '4; a week is the that all boys were to be destroyedat
S- .' we couldn't tell they was runninglate. Wrong in Excess
time for every 2 cups tomato pulp birth. .
The best to
thuigs'carried excess
: Mrs. America to 1 cup water Here were two parents faced with

,:' take stock and 6 whole cloves the awful fact that their baby boy Still Short are wrong.-Churchill.

t' plan for the days ahead-days when 2 bay leaves was condemned to death. Did they Eva-I asked for a size three

,' she neatly tucks her meat ration 6 peppercorns weep in fear and despair? No, they shoe, and the assistant gave me a IRRITATIONS OF
f book beside her sugar ration books teaspoon salt trusted God and sent the little one S Kllg

and goes to market. 1 teaspoon sugar forth on a venture of faith, the six.Mary (sweetly, glancing at 1 EXTERNAL CAUSE ;:,

k Sugar rationing has been a challenge Place fish on a greased baking charming story of which follows the Eva's broad feet-I should think acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
ugly broken-out Millions relieve
I but a challenge which homemakers sheet and sprinkle with salt and pep verses of our lesson. you nearly had a fit, dear, didn't miseries with simple skim; home treatment.

have met. Meat rationing per. Bake or broil 15 to 20 minutesin 2. Service for God (Josh. 24:14, you? Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
healing by killing it touches. Use
(- will be even more of a challengefor a hot (425-degree) oven until fil- 15). Joshua, who followed Mosesas Black and White Ointment perms only as directed. -

many are the homes where meat lets are cooked and delicately the 'God-appointed leader of Israel If you have any doubt at all whatto lOc,25c,50c sizes.25 years success.

has been set on the table twice and 'browned. Make sauce by. boiling was giving his last admonitionto give that fellow in'the service, Money-back cleansing is good guarantee.soap. Enjoy S3" Vital famous In

even three times a day. But this pulp with spices for 20 minutes or his people. He knew how they send him a carton of Camel cigarettes Black and White Skin Soap daily.

challenge, too, will be met, for there until thickened and well blended. had repeatedly turned from God in for Christmas. According to

.' are many ways of tiding over the Add salt and sugar. Mix and strain. unbelief and sin; yes, that even now latest surveys, cigarettes top his

r.,: days when meat supplies will be Pour over fish and let stand in oven some were worshiping false gods. gift list, with Camel his favorite

, low. first' look situation I 5 to 7 minutes with sauce before He pleads with'them to turn to the cigarette, according to actual sales ( Buys you the
Let's at the
p records from Post and
one true God, but''notice that his Exchanges
from the nutritional standpoint, for Cheese will be a blessing for manyof plea is made effective by the fact Canteens. If he smokes a pipe, I
health and is first
good well-being a
::'. Meat is primarily the days on which you find your- that he and his house were servingthe send him a pound of Prince Albert I v \
goal. preferred -
; self short and Lord. Every man who has a Smoking Tobacco the National I
because it is what is known as a
slim on meats. position of leadership in this worldis Joy Smoke. Local dealers are fea-
., complete protein-containing all dif It's to cookif that turing Camels in the Christmas-
ferent easy responsible for the use of
types of proteins that the body you do just two' place of testimony for wrapped carton and also in'a holiday sharper berouesLh.Y're one.
needs ,for and power, as a
c'. building repairing third thinner.
box'of four "flat fifties"either
cook it "
down-and-out tissues. things: ,God. \ DOUBLE OR
{ The for protein slowly and cookit Everyone of us has a sphere of ( way you give 200 Camels). SINGLE EDGE
sources you'll tap
over indirect l: influence and life counts Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco in I
first are fish and fowl, cheese and our family 4frloc Ii i
the canister is
heat. There pound handsomely
are for God in
or against our own com-
f- milk. We have '
excellent supplies no strings attached v i... ....._.::ii/::;;;/ gift-wrapped making other gift Manufactured and guaranteed by
of all these so there will be no excuse munity and among our own friends.
I for missing out 'on your quota. to cheese cooked this way: The members of a family that !wrapping unnecessary.-Adv. FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO., NEW YORK

_: Now,' let's get down to the busi- Cheese-Macaroni Loaf. recognize God have a highII. I

ness of serving these foods appetiz- (Serves 6) Regard for One Another. in the

ingly and attrac- 3 egg: yolks Home (Eph. 5:28-31; 6:1-4).

t. tively.. Fall is the 3 egg whites It is pure hypocrisy for the familyto 5 r

, season for many 1 cup grated American cheese parade an outward show of religion -
kinds of.fish-and 1 cup milk which does not effectivelytouch FOR tASTE

your butcher will 1 cup soft bread crumbs the relationships within the (1(

help you out on rs" hv 1cup macaroni, broken home. Incidentally, it is the kindof THROAT
what's a real bargain 2 tablespoons butter hypocrisy which is strikingly in FOR MY

:-. Canned fish 1 teaspoon minced onion effective-men see through it too

is now somewhat A cup pimiento, minced easily. v CAMELS SUIT

scare, but fresh-frozen fillets are Salt and pepper What'then= : does Christianity do -forth

easy-to-use items, minus the cook- Cook macaroni in boiling, salted home.it-s .fIid t -rne directs ME TO A'T' <} :
ing odor which find objection t
many' water about 15 minutes or until ten sweetens-yes, glorifies the
able. Try this idea
: relation between
'der. Rinse in cold water. Cook onion
Fillets in Tomato Sauce. in butter. Beat yolks, fold in 1. Husband and Wife (Eph. 5:
(Serves 6 to 8) 28-31). This puts marriageon
all remaining ingredients, and last passage
2 pounds fish fillets (halibut, mix in stiffly beaten egg whites. the highest plane, comparing it

perch, pike, whitefish, salmon) Turn into a buttered baking dish ,to the relationship between Christ

r and bake in a moderate (350-degree) and the church. Thus marriage is

k. Lynn Says: oven for 30 to 35 minutes. the joining of man and wife in a
which calls forth love
sacred union
r The Score Card
: The question "Idaho Suzettes.
r' .. is ,being asked these days as to (Serves 6) in its highest and noblest sense. .E.rW 1HE
that the husband
how much meat will actually be This means
6 medium-sized Idaho potatoes I cherishes his wife as his own body;
allowed in the'civilian FORGES BOMBS
per person Vz hot milk
I cup would do
Share-the-Meat against which no man any
program. The answer 2 butter
, harm and for which he makes
is 2Vfe
pounds which
6 buttered
: meat it is over possible provision for its comfort,
: as passed the coun- Salt and pepper
, ter to you by the butcher-including 1 tablespoon grated cheese health, usefulness and attractiveness. -
I Such love between
meat bone parents
, gristle and fat. 6
" Meats with little waste include will lead the entire home life alongin "T

: the highly nutritious cuts like liver Select medium sized potatoes a serene, happy, wholesome way. THE ZONE

t, heart, kidneys, sweetbreads, scrub and bake at 450 degrees. It will set the pattern for the right .
When done, remove a piece of skin relation between
.: and brains. Canned
, meat, sau from side of each potato to W WHERE CIGARETTES ,.
: sage, scrapple, souse and simi- make it 2. Parents and Children (Eph. 6: 3,>
I : lar products will not be subjectto boat-shaped. Scoop out carefully and 1-4)). The first, and one might almost ,
restrictions. mash potato thoroughly. Add but say the only, law of childhoodis /' ARE JUDGEDThe

';:a.- Fall fruit specials still include ter, salt, pepper and hot milk and obedience. It is God's! ,way to plir

,. apples, grapes, pearsand delightful mix thoroughly. Pile mixture light.. joy and a satisfying life experiencefor "I-ZONE'-Taste and Throat-is the proving groundfor
;' persimmons good for ly back into shells, refilling almostto the child in.the Christian home. cigarettes. Only jour taste and throat.can decide which

: canning or for puddings. Cranberries top. Break an egg into'each nest The command to obey carries withit cigarette tastes best to you and how it affects your

are brightening counters of potatoes, season, and sprinkle the understanding that the parents throat. For your taste and throat ore individual to you Js;>.
1 i-c". and menus. with buttered crumbs mixed with are "in the Lord. What father or a Based on the experience of millions of"%

?t. Squash, pumpkin and sweet potatoes cheese. Bake in a slow (250-300-de-: mother is competent to direct a child smokers,we believe Camels will suit your
l are holding their own, and gree) oven until egg is set and lightly apart from faith in Christ? -'-ZONEto a "T. Prove it for youreelU'I It '* '

:. here and there peek spinach, browned. This takes about six Notice too, that the parent: has an Cj Jr
,: broccoli and brussels sprouts. obligation to deal intelligently and

I With less foods to choose, the Lynn Chambers can tell you how to dressup kindly with the child. We need a

/ .t: smart homemaker will season to your table for family dinner or festivities great deal of improvement, and per- .
the best of her ability those she give you menus for your parties or haps instruction, at that point. Au-
; has. There is mustard grown tell you how to balance your meals in accordance thority asking obedience is.necessary -
:?< here in our own country, and pap- tvithfiiutritional standards. Just but it can be wise and kind.

rika, too. Cayenne from Louisiana !- write Western to Newspaper her, explaining Union your, 210 problem South Des, at Above all, there is to be a divine ,. jJim LL i/:

_" and ,chili, American grown, plaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. Please nurture, a guiding of the tender *
are earning a fine place on the enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope child life in the ways of God. Hereis
;: cook's spice shelf. for your answer. life's greatest opportunity and its.' 1
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Clewiston News .: :..:..: :..: :..:..:..:..:..: :.:..:.:..: ..:.:.:..:..:o(..: J, (.<-<............ ................uo(.................................................1 weed, and they also knew that the | "Nanjer." In a process taking only
textile mills of the world were i!five hours it converts the growing'

crying in vain for tons and tons ) plant in the field, cut green, to the
in Clewiston, RAMBLINGS Too Late To ClassifyBy / I finished cleaned, uninjured
Published every Friday and more tons of Ramie fiber. Wart| long
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS I fibers demanded by the textile -
people rt
Tnc. By B. B. industries needed it in unlimited
RUSSELL KAY and the shredded bark
quantities for the manufacture of in the-
Editor (..:..:(..:..:(..:-.:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :: parachutes, and countless other I form most desired by manufacturers '

KEATHLEY BOWDEN On Tuesday of this week came .............................-.::.................-..........-....-....,.....-.-.!.....................- products. Plants dealing with of plastics. After exhaustivetests
II plastics were eagerly bidding for and analyses, the Massachusetts -
mail matter the day that time cannot make
Entered as second Institute of
February 1, 1927 .at the Post Office in commonplace, our birthday. Other Like proverbial seekers of the the by-product represented in the I Technologyand
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of events of the year, Christmas, "better mouse trap," a group of I j i bark. But what all this have ,to do leading textile chemists and

!March 3, 1897.Subscription Thanksgiving, holidays, anniversaries distinguished men of science, let- with them ,and with the Americas- I j\machine manufacturers pronounce it the only
yet known
are all shared events, but a ters, business and industry, rep- more especially with Florida. I processesthe

Rate 2.00: lr Year. birthday is a very intimate and resenting two continents, gathered Briefly, here is the story: The I and fiber in and form bark without injury
acceptable to the
Advertising Rated On Application. personal occasion. That's why it from near and far in the quiet vil- bulk of Ramie produced in the manufacturer. 1'

is so flattering to one's ego to be lage of Winter Park last week to world has long come from the I Thus
with the
handicap to
and wel- remembered, to find birthday greet- form an illustrious band of "path- Orient. Although the plant can be Ramie '
Devoted to the advancement growing in 'Florida overcome
County. ings in the mail, gifts on the beaters." grown with equal success In certain
and Hendry by this
fare of Clewiston machine, which is neither
breakfast. table. Their destination was the mod- favored locations in North, South
I complicated
nor costly, the farmers
At our house birthdays begin est and cozy vine-covered cottage of and Central America, inability to assured
I very early in the morning. Like I Brown Landone author, scientist! I compete with cheap labor of the the demand a marketable product with
MEAVDER.RORIDA.PRESS I the presents of Old Santa himself and friend of man. Long a stu-' Far East and with no successful nothing
ASSOCIATION A stands in the 'way of Florida's becoming
_NAJIOWLEDITORIAI.ASSOCIATION our birthday presents must be I dent of agricultural industrial and'I method developed to mechanically an extensive producer -

19-41 I opened and admired: before the day economic problems, this kindly prepare the products in the form this big money crop.It of

can begin-before even that im- 1 I and learned gentleman, intimate! demanded by the plants and mills, would take
I a book to tell the-
portant morning cup of coffee. i I friend of the late Luther Burbank,! has alone stood in the way of the whole fascinating
story of
SNOT A PENNY FOR DEFENSE The surprise of the day came had arrived at an answer to a''' profitable commercial growing of but after seeing this demonstration Ramie

just before school opened, when the problem of great import which had I this wealth producing crop. '-
I talking with these
Hendry County this week finds group of Cub Scouts came calling been troubling him for many years; Determined to find the men
answer, authority, all of whom were favorably
Itself in the predicament ,of being with a large package in their arms. In short he had assembled his Brown Landone searched for 23 impressed, I am convinced-,
entirely without a county defense It was a combined birthday and "mouse trap" and issued invitationsto tested and I I
years experimented with that the day of Ramie has dawned
council. This may not seem like I Christmas gift, one of those glass 'I a selected group to come and 77 I .,
decorticating processes, none of in Florida, and the horizon it presents -
much of a predicament to those, cooking utensils, a double boiler, see it perform which proved practical, and finally I I' for increased agricultural and

who think of the war as being located that can go from stove to table with And they 'came, forty or more, found the answer in an ingenious I industrial wealth' is unlimited.
entirely in the Solomon Islands perfect propriety. To Bub, Bob, and restric- '
despite the discomforts I machine which the inventor has I have arranged with Dr. Brown
North Africa and Russia. It Jim and Kay who spent a whole tions of travel and the burden of trade-marked under the name of I (Continued on Page 8)) _
is a serious predicament however afternoon debating and walking and their own vexing business problems. I -

and one that is likely to become to the rest of the Den, whose treas- They to and to learn, I ,.. . . . . . . .
came .
see '
time. must be sadly depleted after I .N.N.N.N.-.N.N.N.N.N.:..N.N.N.N N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.1..N.N.N.1i.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..MIN.. .. ..1... I
critical at any ury realizing that Landone was not''.i' .:-

Just why Hendry County does: such an item, our heartfelt thanks the type to urge busy men of affairs -

not have a defense council is al I for a grand gift from a grand bunch to leave their work and neg- i':_: CLEWIS NGOLFCOURSE'

pretty long story, although it can i i i of boys. lect their interests for a wild goose

be summed up in one short phrase: i I chase. He had promised to lift j

no financing, Each of Florida's i 'Way back in 1929 we moved to the curtain on new and vast horizons j

other 67 counties have found finances -I Moore Haven and began operation of great promise. '

with which to carry on the I of the Glades Printing Company.In Among the distinguished group :!: ;;:

work of their defense council, but: the shop was one Carr Settle, were recognized agricultural lead :!: Public ,Invited ::

here we have none. We do not I Ir who immediately won our hearts ers, industrial tycoons in the tex- / I IY

r presume to know exactly where all and now seems almost an adoptedson tile field, consulting industrial I
I- the other counties receive the II III ,or younger brother after these chemists, bankers, representativesof .Y.. .
money to maintain their defense rears of pleasant association. We extensive Latin-American agri- ':' .:.

'.. office and pay its clerical help. We,1 soon met Carr's parents and knew cultural and industrial interests, :!: ,'1, : '.,.;" ,> -: ::
,_ do know that many of these coun- one need look no farther for a brokers, scientists .farmers and .:. ., .:-
ties have provided the funds from gauge to measure a man's worth. growers.
county tax money-counties as I He just had to be sterling with The amazing story Dr. Landone

small and as poor as Hendry. parents like that. We soon learn- I told was the story of Ramie, its \\i drive the I
Si'nceyou cannot to
| At any rate, the defense council fell that Mr. Settle's birthday also I unbelievable contribution t6 the

chairman R. Y. Patterson, tendered"I on November 17th, so in 1929 advancement and welfare of man- .:. ..
his resignation and stated that he began a custom which has not been 'kind and civilization. He traced t

was giving up the 'position becausa lost with the passing :years. The briefly the history of this fascinating I:!: beach for the week-end get your I

; Settles and the Bowdens share their ""
lis he could not carry on the necessary plant that was known and used I
( work of the council without money. noon-day meal on November 17th. by ancient artisans long before .
: II !
:'. A. L. Taylor, vice-chairman, was Although Mr. Settle has a little Christ walked the earth. He exhibited _; exercise and su'Yz tan at the same IE IEtime. ,

elected chairman, but he refused _over four decades advantage in the a few of the amazing pro-

I.:_ to stick his neck out, saying he matter of age, ,we overcome that in 'ducts manufactured from the bark, .J:'. h ,

: if and when IsJ enthusiasm, appetite, and the sheer and this ,
t":: would accept money gum fibers of remarkable + ::
provided for the work. pleasure of being with these peo-. plant, textiles as sh& r and beautiful -I '..' j", .:_-
ple whom we Jove so dearly. Illness -!' finest silk but ':' 'S: .'
y.-- In the ,mass meeting' Tuesday j I as the four timesas ,.' -
J' night, other, resignations were has interfered one time and strong; weaves, of others in vary', .C :: ;
in the fourteen'years < ""
have intervened
made: Carl Berner resigned as ing stages of weight and texture! I 'r

:(. chief air raid warden for the| since we moved to theI up to a resemblance of heavy canvass i

f county, W. C. Owen resigned as I 'Glades, we have "eaten our birth- ; paper, from the thinnest cig-

.fir'if secretary; M. W. Bigg resigned as I' day" together thirteen times. It arette wrapper to heavy papyrus, : .

( secretary of finances, so the county j'I' has become an event of importance, known to ancient Egypt; plasticsof '

wound up without a ,defense coun-j and more than the birthday, more exquisite quality useful in the x

cil j than the presents we look forward manufacture of anything from a

"V At present\ the affair apparently i each year to "the happiness of be- thimble to a transport plane. :: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP,
ing with these friends love and
rests in the hands of the state de- we But this was not what those :: '
admire so much. I '
fense council, who have plenty of gathered there had come to hear. DAILY GREEN FEES :: (--'
I ''
e headaches already on hand. What They were already familiar with the : '.'
I I This year, incidentally Carr andJ fabulous value of this wonder- *
can be done about it from that : .:1. :11 11 1 N N N 1 X11: .1 N N N Y N N.1 N: 1+1111::N.11:11-H N N ti N N N o(H 11 N N:1:(N..
'r office remains to be seen. Certainly -I' his wife were hosts at a turkey I ,
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:A- Burr '(I dinner for the occasion. And aft- -
", : George state chair-
man, will recognize the situation as erwards we returned to Clewistonin ---
extremely serious something Hen- I time for .P-T. A. The nutrition ,
;, :
!i. dry County citizens aren't doing as expert who was 'on the program ; THE OLD JUDGE SAYS '" \;:... r l';;; k '

"'.,' R yet.) Perhaps he will invoke a had us playing Vita-Min-Go, and I I'H'.. .,", : .. ;! '?..... ".I.J' '"
< few words of guidance from the after a dinner like that our vita- I I : ""';;.._.r-4. lJ1.

: .' Governor in the matter. mins count ran all- over the I I' ... .....@r1jr ,
r! The, men who have composed r; +:
r. our .: I
county defense council are as cap- !

able and as public spirited as those The day also happened to be the! 1Lk\I rJ5-Q ck

: on councils over the state.: There 17th birthday for Elbert Hooker, .. ) S.-S
'' had and he had a date with -Uncle Sam.A -
never been such a thing '
as a
,,'. .. ... ._ few weeks Elbert- -
ago Lawrence
; tuuuiy: ,defense council until these
''. men were appointed and they have Guthrie and Gus Cantrell went to I \'

,.:.' taken time to learn the council setup I Miami to enlist in the Navy. Elbert ( S 1 r ey /

; they have studied their duties; : had to wait for his 17th birthday 1

they have done a lot of running I to be sworn in, and the other two I l

around, and gone to personal ex-j' boys wanted to go in with him, V ,, J
pense to get things organized and so. the date for their entry into the

Started. It_ seems a shame that this Navy was also set at November17th ; f i

14', must all go to waste and a new and Uncle Sam has three /, '

i;; start made. new sailor nephews.
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a: :, work of the defense council go on. I'I Leroy Hare was 21 on that day .J I.. <

r In fact, it s more important now also. He thought Uncle Sam would ,

: than eyer before, and becomes increasingly ;i like to have him in the Marine 1 ,; _', t Rr
important with every Corps, and Uncle Sam wanted him '

day that 'passes.If I I but_ 'it so happened that Leroy's '
eyes play tricks on him when it '
there was ever a matter that j I -
demanded comes to color. So a good nep- fi; !
the attention of every *
hew of Uncle Sam, will have to : :
citizen in the ,
county, THIS IS IT. 7v ,
in t;
capacity. ;
: "
It is a matter ,important enoughto I I II .
) ': '
get bothered about. Whatever ._, ,I

the solution suggested to the Yes., November 17th was a great f
t us by ''tc* *-r *
State headquarters, we should get I day. Vr" ? */! < < } i

Behind ...
it to the fullest possible ex- ".. I '
,' '
tent and see that it works. : Eddie Rickenbacker's wife and I \

There mother steadfastly refused'to believe ,I .'.' -. .
should be '
no half-hearted-
that he was lost when \ .
bess about his 1 --=- -
County Defense work. !
plane went down in the Pacific .. .... .
Maybe it was their faith that ', !

Next Thursday is Thanksgivingand brought him and most .of his men I -",_ .' ._ I.\. ;
even if have ''' I
you been filling back safely.Better /
out ration forms this week remem- "Judge, I didn't realize till the other night and other things. I'd say it's mighty l fertunate I i
< ber that you still have Plenty to be speedometer available to do the job.
watch your when I ran across an article in the.paper these distilleries are .
, ,' ,. thankful for and that capital P is pretty closely in the future. If you what a whale of a lot of industrial alcohol Otherwise, if we still had prohibition, the .

P.,.. not a typographical error. haven't enough patriotism to stay the government needs for the,war." government would have had to spend millions __

'; i under thirty-five there's a state patrolman "I should say it does, Chet. I,understand of dollars and use up a lot Qf critical r

II,-. Tomorrow is the last day to fill in the neighborhood, wait- the beverage distillers around the country are materials to build plants...to say nothing of ,,

#F- out blanks your new mileage rationing I ing to inspire some patriotism in producing about 240,000,000 gallons of indusa1l1he time it would take. It might have been .
and them "
get to the rationIng
I = office and Is also the deadline- you. trial alcohol this year for ammunition, tires, just another case of 'too little, too late'.

g. for getting rid of your surplus tires. t, Did you know that an auto-,

; ,- Nine chances to one the serial mobile tire that will go 10,000; Copyrttkl,1942. Conference of Alcolwlic Bnttott Indiatrits. Inc., N Y C -
numbers of your mounted tires will miles at 50 miles per hour will go
i all be on the inside. 18,000 miles at 35 miles per hour? ---

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Miss Boletha Froegen of Tallahassee -''1 i Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre '! School To Have Play FOR SALE-One Plantit J.uni.Q.t-\ :

was a business visitor here Mrs: E. C. Mills, Mrs. W. I Planter, one Plantit Junior Fer-w !

U this week. Miss Froejen is in the E. Bolton, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. Wednesday Afternoon tilizer Distributor, one PlautH \ :

f Personals ] home economics department division -;I' C. J. Lovvorn, ,Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Junior Cultivator with set of little- \', \' i

I of the extension department of Mrs B., B. Wilson, Mrs. Gratton discs. Almost new. Box 53, Moor- '\ :

the University. Her visit here was George, Mrs. J. L. Woods, Mrs. The primary and intermediate Haven, or call at Democrat Office,. \ r-i i'I
I in connection with the Share-Your-' H. A. Land, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox and grades of the local school will

Miss June Hooker is visiting in Meat program. Miss Mae Palmer.COJDIUXITY. present the greater part of the '!
Lakeland for a few days. : -r Thanksgiving Day program which ROSES-10 for $1.00-Send only

Mrs. W. ,C. Hooker entertainedwith j CHURCHRev. will be held in. the school auditorium $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMING, 2. 1

Miss Sarah Minehan of Okee- a family' dinner at her home Jolty X. Montgomery, Minister' I next Wednesday, afternoon year field grown plants. Shipped, :

chobee has accepted employment? at[ Tuesday evening.. ,The party occurred -:I -- i at .3:00 and the public is cordially freshly dug. GUARANTEED to .)
Riddle Field. on the 17th birthday of her( 9:45: -Church School. I;invited to attend. I reach you in planting condition. !

i I son, Elbert, and he and another I(: 11:00-Morning Worship, "Man's Mrs. Helen Spooner and Mrs. Other bargain offers. FREE roses ,or
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Hager of son, J. D. Hooker, were leaving the Most Common Sin." Mary Baker are in charge of the described In our free folder-.-Send. I

Miami spent the week-end herewith I I next day to be sworn into the Navy,I 6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor. program, which will include three !, now! Want LOADS of cut flow*, 1

.. relatives. I at Miami. I I I Leader, Rachel Miner. I playlets by the third and fourth ers? Then plant TYLER roses -->

1---1 j I 7:30-Evening Worship, "More j! grades recitations, songs and a send $1 NOW. TYTEX ROSE ,;

:Miss Lee Pridgen and Bud Hun-I Than a Fish Story." }( talk by Rev. John* N. Montgomery NURSERIES, Box 532, Tyler,
dertmark were visitors inVest INavy, is spending a week's furlough There are many persons in the son The Religious Significance jof Texas. (30th-20th inc.)
Palm Beach Sunday. l in Clewiston with his wife. community who have no regular Thanksgiving. .'

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence visited place ,of worship. The Community School will be dismissed that

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Weeks re- relatives and friends in Miami Church invites all who will to take afternoon for the holidays reconvening I / 4

turned Sunday night from: a week's' Tuesday and Wednesday. He will part in its worship services and on Monday. I] ForYour

visit with relatives in Baltimore. I leave tomorrow to return to Nor other parts of the program. HUNTING LICENSEfor

folk. | Junior Red Cross
Mrs. Frank Jenkins of New York I i I Three Plays Given At season 1942-43, seeP

City was the guestof Mrs. Thos.: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Miller and Has Many MembersMiss C. HOWLING

:',:,,' E Markette, on .Monday and Tues-j I Mrs. Miller's. brother, Ollie Edwards -'|I Auditorium On FridayA Heiulry County Motors, Clewiston .

x;;;C'. day of this week. I! of Jacksonville, are spend! .A'I

ing several days in Clewiston., They <
Hannah York, chairman of
I Ii
J..: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riggle and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1\Iun-1 crowd estimated'at about 275 the Junior Red Cross reports this
Mrs. Marion Bullock of West Palm selle Stone. Mr. Miller and Mrs. persons attended the presentation
::. ,I week that there are now a total of
-i': Beach were the guests Sunday of II I Edwards are enjoying the open j.of three one-act plays at the Sugar- 358 members who have paid in a J. M. COUSE ii

: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rogers. ing of hunting season by making] land Park Auditorium on Friday ( total of $21.74 in membership, fees. I t.
I a trip of several days into the night of last week. The crowd,, The elementary grades enrolled Counselor and Attorney at Law

Mrs. Sinclair Knight left, Tuesday l j,Cypress:_ I represented employees of the U. S.j j f the largest number of membersI I Hopkins Building
night for Goldsboro, .North Caro-,[' -1 Sugar Corporation and their guests.I i with 227 while the Junior and Senior Wednesdays and Sntnrdajs
1, ling,, to be with her husband, who 'MRS. DURRENCE HOSTESS TO i I The three plays, "Lemon Pie for! High Schools have 131 mem- I II 9:30 f.
,, is stationed at the Goldsboro. Air MOTHERS CLUB" MEETING Andy," "Merry Molly Malone" and b ers. to 4:00Johnson's

,l'.;: ,Base. l I I I "A Ghostly Evening," all comedies,I: I II I r
Grade 1a raised $3.06, Ib $1.02,
f ____ I I Mrs. Foy Durrence was hostess were much enjoyed by the large
I, grade 2 $1.10, grade 3 .73, grade
f.. Dr. Walter F. Purdou, U. S. ,I last Thursday evening to members crowd attending and many were
., ( 4 .83, grade 5 $1.78, grade 6
: Army,. who stationed at a camp' of the Cradle Roll Mothers Club the requests for more' like them .
$1.35, grade' 7 $1.50, grade 8
near Washington, D. C., is, speud-j j;. of the Community Church. An informal in the near future. .
$3.65, grade.9 $1.32, grade 10 Fish Camp
; ing several days here with Mrs.j j discussion'on child training The cast of characters for the
$1.40 and grades 11 and 12 $4.00.
; Purdon. occupied most of the session. Plans three plays, all of them employeesof (]Near Hurricane Gate)
\... I for continuing orphan's project the U. S. Sugar Corporation or x Clewiston, Fla.

:Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and j were made and chairmen for the members of employees' families, Bob Beardsley PledgedTo I Boats and 1\Iotors-Guide Service

L Bonnie Fay are leaving tomorrowto nursery hour during morning were as follows: Rates Reasonable

f': spend the week-end' in Fort church service each Sunday during Lemon Pie for Andy Blue Key At U. of F. I I AY. H. Johnson, Mgr.
,t Myers with Mr. and Mrs. DonnieO. the coming month were named.
J. Dwight Barton-Charles Tren- I
Durrence. Mrs. Durrence served refresh-

ments at the close of the meetingto ary.Ada Bob Beardsley, a senior at the
Barton, his wife-Mrs. M. M. I
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Mrs. J. W. Durden, Mrs. B. L Prewitt.Bud University of Florida in Gaines

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carr Thompson, Mrs. C R. Egley, Mrs.L. their son-Bill Bowden. ville, has been pledged to Blue Key, DRESSMAKING, ALTERING,
Weetman .Airs. R. H. an honorary fraternity, and one of
Settle in Moore Haven Tuesday at't"
Knight'l Lizzie, the servant Elizabeth h I BUTTONHOLE MAKING
a birthday dinner given jointly for) Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. Huffaker. the highest honors which can come ':

Mr. C. H. Settle and Mrs. B wden. Wylie, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Bets, their daughter Jonnie to a University senior. it I Mrs. Inez Pope :
W. C. Prewitt, Mrs K. Bowden and Draughon. The honor comes not alone for

j Vincent Oglesby arrived Monday Mrs.: H. C... Jones. Andrew Carson, the suitorHerman scholarship but for outstanding Millcrest Near Passenger Depot '.

for a ten day' furlough with his -- Draughon. service as a student. Bob is now (next door to' Bill Allen's)
: parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby. BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. president of the athletic council,
Merry Molly Malone
: Vincent !is in the Army Air Corps secretary of the department of con-
I Ruth B. Owens hostess Molly Malone, a charming, spirited .
: and stationed at Gunter Field. was servation, manager of the tennis .
I to members of her bridge club at Irish lass-Mauryne Prewitt. team and is on the Dean's Honor ,

I Mrs. H. C. Fraser, of Philadel-I,her home Wednesday night. First Winchell Barrington, of the upper List.

phia, is, spending some e prize was won by Mrs. Ruth Wilcox class-Charles Trenary. ( Florist

;'" with her ,,brother, J. A. McGehee 1 l and second by Mrs. Owens. Shrimp Nella Banington. his snobbishwife I Did you know that by reducingroom AgencyFlowers
oJ and Mrs. McGehee. Mrs. Fraser's salad; coffee and hot rolls were -Mrs. M. M. Pre vitt/ temperature ""seven' degrees 1 delivered here at no

( :; husband is.a. Lieutenant Colonel i nl served by the hostess to Mrs. C, E. Ilka Barrington, their equallysno I it is possible to cut fuel consumption -' extra cost. Other towns, anywhere

: the Army. Miner' Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. M. bish daughter-Mrs. G. VanHyniug. -I by ten per cent? j in U. S. add only cost of

r.'j., ,. ,,' I E. Von Mach, Mrs. Carl Berner, ', -I[ ---- I telegram, ranging from 20 ,to
h-_ ,' Mrs. Merrell Lowe left this week Mrs G. H. Small, Mrs. P. M. Mc- Noel Barrington, their democratic]I 55 cents. -

Y for West Palm Beach where she i is 1 Intyre and Mrs. Wilcox son-Tommy 'K nt. s BOAT FOR SALE-20 ft. Prigg MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

) residing with her parents, Mr. and Bridget O'Hara, the Barringtonhousekeeper Boat, 93. H.P. Gray Panthom Western Union Office

1lrs.V.. O. Fullwood, for the 'duration -I Mrs. J. E. Beardsley entertainedher I -Mrs.' Wilton Brode-- Motor, good condition, speed 30 to -
I Day Phone 82 Night 2791
-; Mr. Lowe is in service in bridge club Wednesday afternoon rick. 35 miles, with boathouse $375.00 I

the Pacific. at the Beardsley Farm. First Perry Van Love, a wealthy young' A.. 0.' Ward, Clewiston, Fla.,

prize was won by Mrs. W. E. Dilley, man-Charles Owens. .
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I r:. Mrs. R. M. Hare, Leroy Hareand and second by Mrs. F. E. Conkliug. A Ghostly Evening: ,

Owen Winn were visitors' i in A Victory salad, 'a fruit salad Mrs. Thomas Morrow (Stella) a
?. Miami Friday. Owen and Leroy made of ingredients grown on the devoted mother-Lily Padgett.

went down to enlist in the Marines, farm, was served with hot cocoa Theodora Morrow, her charming i, 1h WarEiforsIwMotou

I ,- Owen was accepted but Leroy was at the refreshment hour to Mrs. daughter-Evelyn Hare. I -/

';. -' rejected because of color blindness. I Dilley Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. Azaleen, the Morrow's ,. : ,
IN. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. W. C. maid Jessie Maloy. colored ?i w wish 9i W;,

Mr. and Mrs. Robert George and Owen, Mrs. T. Deane Duff, Mrs. Florian .r'
De Sylvester, her new+
Mrs. Gratton George were visitorsin Otto Larsen.. Mrs. Conkling and bOj'-friend-Hennan Draughon.
West Palm Beach Tuesday, go Mrs. C. J. Nielsen. I
Joan Simms, Theodora's friend-'I
ing over to meet Gratton George, Elizabeth Huffaker. HELP WANTED

who returned from Baltimore thaday. tjMI1S..JOE :'1. HALL. HONOREE Rush Simms, her brother-Ray-
mond Broussard.
FLORIDA MOTOR LINES' continuing contributions of its -
Mrs. Anastasia Penfold, a society
Mrs. Eddye Currie and daughter, 'j Mis. Ben Bolton entertained at matron-Mrs. 11.1.. Prewitt. trained men to fill key positions in the armed forces has

= ,Lovvorn of Gainesville, arrived last ( her home Tuesday evening with a Kenyon Penfold, her son who opened desirable and important positions In this essen-

:night for a visit with her sister, i buffet supper and miscellaneous s loves to boast of his bravery -I tial industry. This is a War of Transportation and

Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn _and Mr. Lov- shower complimenting Mrs. Joe M. Charles Owens.Barracks Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit sup

vorn. Her husband is with the: Hall who before her marriage was I plying vital transportation fo all phases of the war effort.
Army Air Corps and is stationedat Miss Ardis Bolton. Mrs. Bolton's I
I The opportunity is now open to YOU to join this war-
Fort Myers. \' living and dining 'rooms' were decorated I
.y group. --
with roses and colorful fall I
Mrs. 'Vera Walker of Jacksonville, flowers, including' vaii-colored Set New Record '

nutrition consultant of the maternal chrysanthemums and croton leaves ; FOR MEN \\

and child welfare bureau of the i i''in interesting arrangements.
j etate board of health bud A new record was made this 21 and good
was a : After a delectable ; COACH OPERATORS: Age up;
supper wak.lseryed s .
ness visitor in Clewiston this wee I the guests were, asked to week dressings in for the our making armed of forces surgical and I .' ,:":. driving experience (heavy equipment preferred),,. '

1 She ,was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.Carl .'I write a few sentences describingthe the record was set by the volun-I I ''i. 5 feet 7 inches, 150 pounds, minimum 8th grade &.
Johnson. I "Romance of Ardis and Joe." surgicaldressing "::-' education (High School preferred).
teer women working in the ., ,
[ ... \
Mr, and Mrs. V. C. Woodward dom and were the numbered at ran room at the Barracks. On, : ,, ., Stewards Garage Employees
left this week for Sparta, Ga. Mrs.: story read Monday and Tuesday these seven
Woodward will make her home there aloud. Miss, Mae Palmer won a ladies made 2,500 sponges of the I

", while Mr. Woodward is in the L E.box M.of Cornette dusting powder and ''Mrs. 4 by 4 size. Since 1,000 is the ':.' FOR MEN and WOMEN \
Army. He will report this weekend won guest towelsas largest, number completed in the
prizes in the
to Camp Blanding for active games. down town dressing room, in any
1 duty Mrs. Bolton presented 'Mrs. Ed-I I one day, the record now is held Ticket Agents, Baggage Clerks, Bookkeepers, Cal-

win, 0. Ward, a recent bride, witha by the Barracks workers, who are I culators, Stenographers, Typists- Clerks, Janitors
Gratton George returned Tuesday pair of embroidered pillow-cases. j under the supervision of Mrs. W. A. and Cleaners. '
-b, from Baltimore where he has spent Mrs. Hall received ?'
many !lovely Davis. '
weeks I It has always been our policy to give preference in employment
: receiving
treatmentat gifts, which
and .displayed I The room at the Barracks is routes.
and living along
to our
Johns Hopkins. He is much improved I to the guests. men women
; ini, I open the same hours as the room If interested mail postcard letter, giving
health and after-a rest: Assisting: Mrs. Boltou in serving j you are or
1'-: / of two or three months will return 'were Mrs AV. W. Perry,. Mrs. H. |I down town,-Monday, Tuesday and I name, address, age, sex, and indicate position you are
Friday afternoons and
:: to Baltimore to complete the R. Hall, Mrs. E. M. Cornette and evenings. I best suited for, to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, FLORIDA
< Seven workers just about fill it to
treatments. I Mrs. Charles Bolton. Other guests I i MOTOR LINES, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. An applicationblank
capacity. room down town
-- included Mrs. Curtis ThnmnsnnMrs. ,_ I will be mailed to you, and if you are acceptable
'-- I
; -- can 'comfortably accommodate about
Pete Chagaris drove to West George Crow, Mrs. R. M. 50 workers. It is easy to see how i and position is open, arrangements will be made for a
Palm Beach Wednesday to take J. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Sinclair and further consideration.
: Knight, fast our. quota would be filled if j I t personal '
I" D. and Elbert Hooker, Gus Can- Mrs. E. O. Ward, Mrs. Sims Speer,
equal enthusiasm -
were displayed
; trell and Lawrence Guthrie, who Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs.
by those who live / l -
J'j nearer the downtown ,
"went to Miami to enter the Navy. Lee, Mrs. Howard, Leonard, l\Ii ss I '
1 The boys had all been accepted for Marcia Avant, Mrs. room.
Sandy Bell, I The local Red Cross Chapter this
service, but Lawrence's papers Miss Lois Prince, Mrs. Lewis Bolton, I
: were found inadequate and his en- Mrs. Fred Bolton, Mrs. B. ,J. week shipped 21,600 sponges. 1N1 NIWIvl 1I11SlIN

1/ try into the Navy was delayed. J. : Schroeder, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs.R. These Atlanta went, Ga.to, and the Medical were consignedto Depot in tlORID MOTORJINES r 1 p10 )tU11
t. D. and Gus were sent to Jacksonville R. Hooks, Mrs. Muuselle Stone,
: the
I I Surgeon General of the
.. and Elbert to the Norfolk Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. GlenI
U. S. Army, who will send the con "
Base. Etherton, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, W f r\ ""' ; .
signment on to a field hospital. I

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ff'f/. .ve swatted flies witKTHE } -

,, I (3f GRANVILLE CHURCH zeal this yew I

W.KJ.U'.SERVICE I.- f Todtay one looked me. :'

'. THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and spill it and we'll rag it out. First, are bound to be wired for alarm, iN'NUSenI in the. Face

his wife, Lee, are already on their way I have to think of my family. but we can't be certain there's no
to Tierra Libre when bo receives a note They're hostages, pure and simple. break in the circuit since whenever Notes of an And mfc.de me Feel l so I

from Zora Mitchell warning them not to Well, tonight when I saw McInnis they last tested it. Innocent Bystander: guilty cause
When they arrive in Tierra Libre
I come. I laid the groundwork for getting "So we plan to fire the grass. )
they find both Zora and her husband The Magazines: Lieut. John
f. them to Soledad. Since I'm cer- Those two babies will be con- Im simply
t dead. Later Jeff's friend Bill Henderson Mason Brown takes a civilian wallop I tf
is killed, and Jeff suspects his employer, tain these people don't yet actually cerned for the safety of the hangarsit at Archibald Henderson, G. B. out :6 !'l...
.:: Senor Montaya, of murdering him and suspect I know anything, it oughtto should bring them on the double. Shaw's biogger, in The Saturday wiping

r. the Mitchells because they had found a work. But it'll be midnight, they'll be Review. Henderson kept,"I-ing" his its' T'.ce.. .

clue to the strange things going on at "Once they're safe, a report to abed, we can't even be certain way into the narrative, said Brown, nc"! "'"!

f the plantation. Other sinister figures, and are authorities would no doubt turn they'll have a 'guard to raise an until "what was supposed to be
i the chemist, Dr. Toenjes
f, the company flyers, Rjden and Lannestock. A the trick, but it would embarrassthe alarm. At one o'clock straight up Shaw's life managed to become Mr.Henderson's .

,i man named Collins arrives from the Canal Tierra Libre government and you telephone the field-" scrapbook" Irving

i' Zone to see Mitchell. A talk with today every effort's turned toward "Yeh, got your point. Can do." Wallace quotes a couple of fabulous WNU Features.
Mclnnis discloses that Montaya: Is good relations.
Jerry "And we need some explosives. Hollywood shoestringers in Coroneton
: dealing with the Nazis. Collins reveals "Besides, II, want to see the mur- Dynamite, powder." how they can make profitable
his identity a U. S. naval Intelligence
derers brought to justice. Regard- "
discovered "Easy. I can get that. flickers so fast. "Because, explained -
and Jeff have Just
I officer.
f a hidden German plane-a Heinkel less of who actually did the jobs, "Well, then, that's the best we've the quickie wizards, "we NONE

f: bomber. we know who's responsible, who'sbehind worked but so far,, See if you can don't have to struggle through red @lJrul3ruk
WITH THE STORY them, but it could never 'be and relatives" .
I:: NOW CONTINUE think up anything. Meanwhile, good tape; stooges -
in a court of law. They'dgo Ord
t'f proved luck:" .. ; Pearl Buck's story, "The Enemy,"
f CHAPTER XVII scot free. So, there's only one Montaya had said he'd be at Tem- in Harper's reminds you what won-
i thing to do. How much do
I' you pujo early on Sunday. Early for derful things can be done with
those bombs
about ?
( "It's a"Heinkcll"! Collins repeated. know him must have meant ten o'clock.He words, if you have talent Wooll-

" "Look at the rounded slant-back Collins hesitated, but only for a was headed for Cabeza. Curt cott's brilliant story of a refugee in

r wings, that tail assembly, the shape moment. wondered why, then remembered Reader's Digest points out that our

. of the body. It uses inverted-V engines "I've had" some training in American that the Keito Maru, in port yester- first refugees were called Pilgrimsan Think Back

for smoother streamlining" types, he admitted. "I expectthe day, was pulling out today. observation that this dep't When you put on your clothes,
principle of these is pretty, much last-lined more' than remember the labor of the weaver ..
But Curt couldn't stand there staring With German shipping chased ::. a year ago ;
f: all night. He swung the beam of the same. Anyway, there's no help from the seas, with the British I Looky, you mag correspondents at ; when you eat your daily bread,:

light about and immediately the for it. We can't send for" an expert.I'll blockade pretty effective in the At- the Fronts: We aren't panting to think of the hardships of the hus

r' plane, was' swallowed in blackness. "Good have! to Now chance for some it. details." lantic, contact with Berlin had to know how bumpy your plane rides bandman.-Chinese Proverbs.

Quickly the men went over the big make a detour. A long one. are, or how ousylay your meals.
building-one building, they found, They talked, planned, argued this Let's have something about the war
;', now they 'were inside. Curt knew point and that, the full trip. ,It was Montaya had his black brief case and the warriors Commentingon
with him let it leave his
after four when they reached Tem- never Relief At Last
the two hangars at the other end of I the news that three thousand
hands. ,;Reports decided Curt, and
pujo, pushing the car into the yards. dead Japs received medals from
the field were separate buildings,
probably of the assembled
There was movement at the wood- pictures
their observes "The
between gov'tTime :
the shed-roof chemical space -
F t' being walled off on either pile in back of the mess-hall. Smoke I plane.kind of Even proof gangsters for the money want some they Interesting thing was not that Japan For Your Cough

had but that the
I so many heroes,
I& out. ..
side.Along J- f'II pay "
:'. ,the entire front of these The senor talked with Collins on heroes were dead. Punchy sar- Creomulsion relieves promptly because -

.t' three joined buildings were thin the river docks, and Collins, while casm., it goes right to the seat of the
f.,;', stacks of lumber piled to present I trouble to help loosen and expel
slick and neat he
seemingly as as
., germ laden,phlegm, and aid natureto
Curt had through
the picture got could make himself-except for not The Front Pages: With,a second soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
field glasses a few days ago, of I showas bronchial mucous mem-
having shaved-put on a good front raging African sands anda
stacks of pipe, or piles of boxes and branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
crates. With doors it would a tramp. third front blazing on Guadal- bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
J' open Montaya looked him over coldly, canal, some editorialists are still derstanding you must like the way it
; look like a solidly packed ware- JL asked him a good many questions, whooping it up for a second front quickly allays the cough or you are
house. Actually, all materials could r \ to have back.CREOMULSION.
especially: about the Rosario mines yourmoney
Hanson Baldwin's lucid mili-
be pulled down quickly.
from which the man was supposed
tary essays about the Solomons, in
f The big plane they first came
to have come recently. This roused the Times another
upon appeared to be ready for flight.In are glorious for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
apprehension in Curt, but Collins page of journalism's reportage
the other second
hangar was a
not assembled. ,The had schooled himself well before .' As soon as the, gazettes finished
plane yet fully
crossing the river. He knew the patting Congress for havingthe National StrengthThe I.
motors and propellors were missing,
answers.In moxie the 'teen of national
pass age
but Curt found the
I engines quickly.
i the end Montaya was satis- draft bill before'' the elections Con- from
The two boxes he'd seen strength can only come uninterrupted
I fied and Curt nodded dismissal to gressional monkey-wrench throwers of character
}: processes
Cabeza that
through only morn
the boxes stenciled "Generators the man, saying shortly, "I'll be made certain it would be deferred building.-Newton,D. Baker.
ing, -
had been knocked sending the launch up river'at, day- until after 'them The editors
apart, and
break. Be on it. And keep away of
defense the
have jumped to the
the two motors for this stood
''' revealed on the floor, ready plane to be A from the bar. One" drink and you'reout AP in the gov't anti-ttust action

hoisted into position. on your ear! against the news service. They MUSCULARRHEUMATIC

Collins slunk away. claim it threatens freedom of the
"What'd I tell !
you growled Curt.A .
long silence followed, finally Montaya was using the launch for press. Could be. But who tried to PAIN

broken by Curt's sour, "Yeh, but his trip to Cabeza today. Curt descended defend that freedom when the rac-

haven't all night. There's to the floating stage to see ing sheets were banned. from the Soreness and Stiffness
we got .
11 You need to rub on a powerfully
him off. And here the'first step in stands?
:.. something else to locate. Mitchell's soothing "COUNTER-IRRITANT" like
cheap Jap 'pump machinery'thoseboxes his plans nearly misfired. Settingout I Musterole to quickly relieve neuritis,
like oversize coffins." from Riverbend was a ,small rheumatic aches and pains. Better
skiff. Montaya The Intelligentsia: Carl Sandburg's than an old-fashioned mustard plaster
Though was -
r Collins pointed briefly in the beam patiently Whelhr
four-volume treatise of
of light, and Curt swung it from anxious to be on his way, epic
r- Curt had to keep him talking long Lincoln and the Civil War has been
one end to the other of a bulkhead
j which rose to the height of the win- enough for that skiff to reach the digested into a single meaty volume iiW -
"Storm Over the Land" (Har-
Tempujo shore. ,
dow stripping along the back of
i the central section, the machine True, there was plenty to say, but court, Brace). It's a gold mine of

shop. it wasn't essential at the moment, historical knowledge Two decades

r : In front of the wall was a heavy x with Montaya in a hurry, and it be- of Thomas Mann's wisdom

j work-bench on which lay .in orderly gan to sound a trifle hollow when at have been put between covers in Value of FriendA
from "Order of the Day" (Knopf). You friend is worth all hazards we
precision small parts, tools, instrument "They'd never get close enough a last the little boat Riverbend
panels, evidently intended for second time." bumped the stage and out climbeda don't have to be told that it con- can run.

the unassembled plane. At one end native with a letter for Curt.Montaya's tains shining intelligence worth

was a door. They found it pad- rose from the stove-pipe of the leanto eyes narrowed. No wrapping around your mind .;-
kitchen. Like the dress suit in "Tales of
locked. longer was he in such impatience to Ir4 'I
do about "Man!" muttered Collins, "what Curt Manhattan," a passport strings together <
"Nothing we can that, get started. ripped open the pJ 11'tfl i
';;, muttered Curt. I'd give for a good cup of coffee! envelope, read the note. A grin the arresting' story of Ed 'f

i j He cast about for something toIl "Forget it," said Curt. "You'vegot split his face from ear to ear. Beattie's life as a UP foreign news
to look worst for Mon- boy in "Freely to Pass" (Crowell) may be quickly relieved: : with soothing,
'. climb on, found a stool which he your "
"From friends in Soledad, he ex medicated time-tested Rcsinol. Try itIRES'RH@
He's slick hombre.Go The typewriters of foreign
placed on the bench. Standing on taya. a pretty "McInnis, their Chief En-

! : this, he peered over the top of the without breakfast, don't shave, plained. invites me and my familyover correspondents may be turning out !
I";.' boarding. and'don't sleep., That worked on for an anniversary dinner to- oceans of books, but each performsa .
I '.' "Roofed he said. He me." vital function-painting an important -
pulled the
night. Of course, I'd like to go, but
, ._; Chisel, from his pocket and pried They approached Curt's bungalow I can't. I can't even spend the day segment of the background for ExaggerationWhat .. S
.. about to find a plank looser than cautiously found Monahan on the the global struggle.
But I send the weak
at San Alejo. can you exaggerate you (,.,
the others. job. for wife and the children-" Edward W. Beattie Jr., the United
car my en.-La Harpe.
" When he found a board he could "Nary soul been around, the Press correspondent, whose new
Curtis Montaya's voice
"Mr. !
I, force up and had cast his beam man said. book, "Freely to Pass," is a click,
": of light inside the bulkhead, his "Good. Slats, we've got a job on was frigid. "You've contracted to tells this one At the Munich

::c body stiffened, not a muscle moved. our hands. Bad job. Want in?" remain on the concession" for the conference there was a large bowl ti R

At last he climbed down silently, "Hey! ,Why'd you suppose I squat- term of your contract. containing a lone goldfish on a table .

handed over his flashlight to Col- ted here all night without an argument Curt blinked, stared, "Hunh? Someone suggested that they f t1Don't

lins, motioned the other up. ?" he said. all try to catch it Daladier
chuckled. In the lee "Your contract, Mr. Curtis, binds Neglect Them
Stacked inside the long storage Curt of the cautiously rolled up a starched cuff,

room, securely braced on heavy hibiscus hedge he told Monahan who you "and your family to remain put his hand into the water and marvelous Nature designed job.Their the task kidneys is to keep to do the a "'-,

timbers, was a single row of eight Collins was, why he was here, what here. made a grab, but the fish easily got flowing blood stream free of an excess ol
"What do mean? My contract toxic impurities. The act of IVlng-lij.!
them had you
streamlined aerial bombs each the two just found.
the away Chamberlain tried to itself is constantly producing waste
height of a man. On the shelf "Jerry, Collins and 1 will have binds my family to residence here hook it with his umbrella handle matter the kidneys must remove from
above them work cut out for us, but a good with me, yes, but a visit to Sole- the blood if good heath is to endure.
was a neat row of eight our and failed Mussolini shot out When the kidneys fail to function as
nose fuses and eight tail fuses readyto deal depends on you, Slats. Your dad isn't breaking residence. And' his chin, put on his most awesome Nature intended, there is retention dIs-of
be screwed will be to make anyway," Curt began to show anger waste that may cause body-wide
place. job your way up scowl and lunged with both paws. tress. One may suffer nagging b backache, '
"All right, we've found out what through San Alejo to the radio station "I won't have my wife coopedup He almost got it Hitler steppedup persistent headache,attacks: of dizziness,

"' we wanted to know," growled Curt, above, get the drop one way or unable to see her friends who I and started bailing out the water under getting the eyes-feel, swelling tired, nervous, puffiness, all

and amended himself, "to know for another on whoever's stationed are so near. I don't care so much with teacup Soon there was worn out.Frequent.

sure. Let's got out of here. It'll there, and smash the sending apparatus for myself, I have enough to keepme I only a a little water left and the fish are sometimes,scanty further or burning evidence passages of kidneY -

take time to get back to Tempujo." beyond easy repair. This busy without a social life. With its side or bladder disturbance.The .
flopped around dismally on and treatment _
En route they worked out the an- will cover our escape but leaves you my wife it's different. "Grab him, grab him!" cried is a diuretic recognized medicine to help the kidneys; "
.: holding the bag." Curt's tone was a He drew a deep breath and rushed get rid of excess poisonous body waste. '
gles.Curt Benito. have had more
Doan's Pilli. They
: said, "Ycu're on assignment, little disturbed. "Only way of your "No," said Hitler, "first he must than Use forty years of public approval.Are
Collins. What 'ere your orders? ,,1 getting out is over the Quebradosand on."What are you afraid of? That endorsed the country over. Insist. onDoan's.
for !
help all drug stores.WNU7
cry Sold at
mean, now, you've got what you across the Negro into Associated I'll spill your secret formula? I

came for, what do your books of reg- territory." don't even know it! That I'll lose "this D

ulations tell you to do?" "Don't worry about me. I can time from the job? I shan't be go,, Dewey got telegram on his D ,

.,. Collins gave a short "Ha!" Then, make it." ing. But get this, Senor Montayi', election: "Congratulations and all

weighing his words carefully, "Of "Good. This leaves one thing. We and like it or not, I'm either send- the other headaches that go. with

course, there's a certain amount of want to see the murderers of Mitch ing my family to Soledad today 'to being a winner." 46-42

red tape necessary in any line ot; and Zora and Bill get what's com- visit our friends there or I walk

work. Reports and so forth. On the ing to them." off this job right now, contract or Judith Evelyn of "Angel Street" 'Only=--=-'

other hand, an operative is frequently "Yeh." Monahan spat. no contract. And let's see you stop relays the latest draft fable. A near

"bltged to use his own discreThis "Well, we haven't figured out a me!" sighted youngster with thick lensed GOOD muaolsECan

'.L-" synchronization to take care of all The knuckles of Curt's fist, clench specs was put in 1A."Didn't'they ;

was enough for Curt. "Okay. the ringleaders. All we can planon ing his pipe, were white as Curt examine ?"
Thought you'd come through. Now are Ryden and Lannestock. If jabbed home his words. The act your eyes Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised

then, no secret is ever safe for long. we can get them to the lower end I worked. Montaya. bit his lip, asked a pal. O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS Ot

"So we'll have to work fast. Here's of the field we'll be halfway satis- glanced at his wrist watch.' "No," he said, "they just counted --4

my idea. If you have a better one, I fied. Now, the hangar entrances (TO UC CONUNULD) I 'em!"


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-- r'JUU.\.1.. NOVEMBER 20. 1943
which will be given as a prize. that 'established for the harvest !
Wins I sugar lished for
'comptroller' adult male workers for 1
I above 2.25
: Every lady who bowls three games workers. Should this be done a nine-hour cc. but not in excess of
To Collect will have her name placed in the I many of the sugar workers will 'be the same day.'as those Piece rates will 4.50 cc. (analyzed In accordance s -
; pot and after the tournament is quit to go to the vegetable fields for, adults. established area with the established methods of the
concluded a name will be drawn thus making critical an already with Intervening fractions
S.A.L. Rry.: Taxes and the lucky lady will get a big serious labor shortage. in the cane The prices to be paid independent' computed to the nearest multipleof
live Thanksgiving gobbler. fields. growers of sugar cane' by processors -I J 0.05 cc.).
is based on the percentage of 3.
: final Costs, such as hoisting and
"Writing the chapter on a
sucrose in the
Decade, of hard fought litigation, Thanksgiving \ Prickett, 9.5 cent crusher juice from weighing of sugarcane, shall be
: to 16.0 percent and absorbed
State Comptroller J. 1Lee today the by the processor, except
average price of raw sugar in the instances
checks in
In Tallahassee is signing duty-paid which the pro-
distributing $813,926 to forty-two I (Continued from Page 1)) (Continued from Page 1)a of at New'York.. The table cessor did not bear such costs in
I stating that the army doctor and flier prices ranges from $2.11 per ton 1941; but, nothing this :...
counties through which the Sea- could not tell this ship from of 9.5 in subparagraph ,-I J
would be'in cane at a market "
board Railroad operates and another -I nurse Clewiston each the wrecks at a high altitude. $2.75 price' of shall be construed as
Friday morning until the work is I per hundred to $5.80 per ton prohibiting
'check for $27,591 for theSlate's Commander Prickett said that in on 16 negotiations with re-
portion of the proceeds of completed. Immunization against his opinion the present advanceof hundred.per cent cane aj; $4.00 per spect to the level of such costs,

the victory won in the courts in diphtheria vaccination against the British Eighth Army would subject upon appeal, to review by
the :hardest fought battle to collect smallpox' and typhoid shots are soon slow up due to the fact that General provisions of the con- the Secretary of Agriculture or his
delinquent taxes in the .history of given. Children must have parent's their supply line is getlng very tracts are as follows: authorized agent, in the event of
Florida Jurisprudence. This is the written consent. Pre-school children long and the fleeing Germans are 1. On each ton' of Florida sugar changes alleged to be unfair to
same case that Attorney 'General I are urged-, to come also. reaching territory close to their cane there shall be paid a molasses either the producer or processor.
""Tom ,"Watson Insisted the Comptroller -I I Mothers of the second grade own supply bases which will allow bonus equal to 2.75 times the 4. The processor shall continue

compromise last spring with were hostesses and served wafers them to make a stand. There is amount, if any, I>'y'which the aver- to employ the general methods of
large discounts to the railroad. But ,'land an iced drink after the meet- a limit too, he said, to the endur-; age net liquidation from disposal sucrose analysis heretofore employed -

Comptroller, Lee refused and won 'I ing. ance of the pursuing troops and the I of blackstrap, or final, molasses, by 'him in the purchase of
his lawsuit. I fine sand of the North African exceeds 6.75 cents per gallon f.o.b. sugarcane. .

Acceptance of the lower court's I j Defense Council desert is extremely hard_ on me- sugarhouse tanks at Clewiston, I-
-ees-withou further appeal I I chanical equipment. Florida, during the twelve months Too
by the Seaboard followed the facts It was one of the most interest-j ended May 31, 1943. To Classify-:

:reaching President Legh R. Powell, I (Continued from Page 1)) ing talks heard by the club in many 2. Deductions based upon decreased

of the railroad, as a., result of a to provide any assistance. months and several visitors were on boiling house efficiency Continued, from Page 4) '
Trusade to organize counties and I W. C. Owen, secretary of the.I hand for the meeting. Among these may be made for frozen Landone to
state departments to divert all council, told that he had appeared were A. W. Lawrence, former secretary accepted by the sugarcane prepare a series of articles -
processor (it be on the subject of
freight business to the Atlantic' before the commission on two dif-I : of the club who is home on ing understood
that cane shall not Growing in Florida, which
'Coast Line until the Seaboard paid ferent occasions at which times he leave from the U. S. Navy, C. R. be considered as frozen be }_ _
its taxes. explained that if the council were Bitting of New York, Jay W. Mo- being subjected to freezing even tempera after released as an exclusive feature ,

Assoon as President Powell to carry on its activities that it ran and Squadron Leader L. CHill ture unless and until there is evi through the Florida News Service, t .'

'Came ,to Florida and verified the was absolutely necessary that assistance of Riddle Field. E. E. Gross ,dence of damage having taken for it is a story every Floridian

facts being stressed by the newspapers be provided and advisedthe was taken in as'a new member. place because of the freeze) at 'I. should hear and it cannot be told
commission that it was entirelyup The next meeting will be held a'i
he promptly overruled subordinate "on l'ate'not in excess of 3.775.pe in a single column.
to them whether or not the Tuesday eveningI'in order that
tai officials of the road centum of the payment, computed]I .
ordered council was. to continue to func- members may attend the union
and payment as soon as without
regard to the molasses I Try a want ad in the News ..
tion. He said, also, that he had Thanksgiving
final decrees could be worked up service Wednesday bonus, for each 0.25 cc. of I
>and the distribution, compiled by examined the budget at the last I night at the Baptist Church This acidity I you will get results-others have.
Auditors 'who have been busy day meeting he attended on October 6'' meeting will be held at the Boy I nn
and night for sixty days. Norman and was of the opinion that several I Scout barbecue grounds on he ridge I ;-
53. Elliott, "{he new tax commissioner items on this budget could be cut i and will be a turkey shoot. -
of the Seaboard delivered the down and should be cut in order to

851,517 check covering delinquencies keep the defense council operating.He Meat Sharing-
'dating back to 1926 to expressed the opinion that the : 3 iy/ It's YOUR

Compti oiler Lee, today. commission could provide the necessary -
The Seaboard is paying the entire funds if they chose to do so. (Continued from Page '1)) fight too!
:amount due based upon decrees of Mr. Owen then expressed the this meeting Monday, and in the ,
the courts in which the state won opinion that if the council office campaign which follows. The ship / y
ti t:f 4; ,' { mot only the major point at issue were in LaBelle! instead of Clew- ment of meat to our Allies as wellas BUY U.S.
(the method of assessment) but iston that funds would be providedfor the large amount necessary for

nine out of every ten of the minor the office and since the coun- our own armed forces has greatly UJflReonos. '
:::points involving levies for questionable I cil had elected a LaBelle chairman curtailed civilian consumption and
:: budgetary items-netting that the secretary should also reside will likely reduce It even further. ii

:-Hendry County $1Q86.13.' there whereupon he tendered I Proper diet and proper use of meat -
The victory of the. Comptroller I his resignation and it was accepted. that is available will contribute ) -. from incomeOFFICIAL

"aided by the ',counties who employed Mr. Berner then offered his much to maintaining' even improving 11 11II
Keen & Allen, Tallahassee attorneys I resignation, as chief air raid warden the health standards of ,-
to fight the involved case but no action was taken. the nation. This 'is a patriotic dutyof
4 U. S. NAVY
' in that it. 'will continue the and said thitt since the meetinghad t

present: basis'of assessment, while been called to reorganize the Wage Rates ,
'had the railroad won, it would have council rather than to completely : 8efween Sea Battles .t,
'cut their taxes from a half to one- disorganize it that he would writea
''third for all future time. letter to state headquarters and (Continued from Page 1)

'So the actual victory runs into 1 let them take such action as they $1.55 for males and $1.25 for females -
>nlllions of dollars over a period saw fit. He then declared the or 17c and 14c per hour.
'x f years ahead, benefitting every I I meeting adjourned. Mechanical loading and harvest- d 1 1 1

Bounty, in the state through which I I There were approximately twenty ing pays the following rates: Oper 1
any railroad runs. people attending the meeting, only ators of equipment, $2.45 or 27c;

Sixteen Florida East Coast counties !I three of whom were from Clewis- grabmen, spotters, ropemen, $2.25or 1
will receive their checks total I ton: Mr. Owen Mr. Berner andG. 25c; pilers, $2.00 or 22c; scrap-
ling approximately $120,000 for H. Small. J'Ipers, $1.85 or 21c; other operators,

withheld delinquencies within the I $1.85 or 21c. YOUR WAR BONDS HERE

next thirty days. Daily Wages- Tonnage rates for cutting and
loading as a combined operation SALES ALREADY THIS MONTH EXCEED $1,000:

Turkey Tourney To \ per ton are as follows: small barrel I
(Continued from Page 1) I burnt cane, $1.13, green, $1.35;

Be Held This done by the laborer and operationsof medium barrel burnt cane, 97
Week, growers have been curtailed to I cents, $1.15; large barrel burnt

I keep up to schedule with available cane 81 cents, green, 99 cents. I.

The Sugarland Bowling Alleys'!II labor. If children are worked in har-
;are;: having a ladies' turkey tournament It was indicated that labor mightbe I vesting operations between the ages

this week and play is schedul-/ sent Into the area with an, established of fourteen and sixteen the rate of
'<2d to end next Tuesday. minimum daily rate of pay for eight hours (maximum day

Bowling prowess has little to do, pay 'and it is generally believed for children) shall be not less than

"With the winning of the turkey I that this rate will He higher than three-fourths of the rates estab-
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