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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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-, 21 1944 SUBSCRIPTION $2.50 PER YEAR
21-NUMBER 35 CLEWISTOX :FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY -

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:, :' SCHOOL BOARD WILL Kiwanis Education COUNTY BOND.QUOTA Crippled Children CONSERVATION PLAN

,
Program At MeetingThe Clinic On SaturdayFrank

OVERSUBSCRIBED BY RECOMMENDED FOR
PROCEED WITH PLAN
program at the Wednesday Conkling, adjutant of the I

; of the Kiwanis Club Clewiston American Legion Post, I

FOR NEW BUILDING night was in meeting charge of the administrative ALMOST 30 PER CENTC. was notified this week that a crippled -I' SUPPLY OF WATER

: : member of the Kiwanis Education children's clinic would be held

r : J. E. Beardsley. tomorrow (Saturday) at 1:00: p. mat .
Committee
I
----- Horace
V. Parkinson, chairman of the the Gwynne School in Fort A. Bestor, engineer for
At a meeting of the county school The general theme of, the the United States Sugar Corporationand
I County Fifth War Loan Myers.
r discus-I' Hendry;
_
r
board in LaBelle last Friday night sion was, "What is
long an advocate water and
of
Drive, stated this week that total The central office of the State
.- it was decided to go ahead with the Why?" and participating in the discussion soil conservation of the
was one
Children's Commission
sales of bonds of all kinds now Crippled is
building of the new school buildingIn were M. M, Prewitt, D. C. i principal
speakers at a meeting held
amount to approximately $725,000or located in St. Petersburg and th
Clewiston in order that it will be Hancock, B. J. Myers, Bernie at Silver
Springs, near Ocala Sat-
almost thirty ,per cent over the clinic in Fort Myers is designed to ,
ready as early as possible ,in the Thompson, E. E. Gross and Mr. urday and Sunday to discuss the
take
quota of $563,000.Without care children in this area;
:school year to, relieve present crowded Beardsley.The .
problem of water conservation
the splendid credit to who may need the examination, and as
conditions.Last meeting was concluded withan advice. well as the promotion of Road 19
the county quota of $500,000 worthof Realizing however that

week permission was sought analysis of questionnaires pre- bonds by the United States Sugar notice was being given rather lateit through Florida.

and obtained, verbally, from State viously submitted to, members con- Corporation the attainment of the is asked that any cases needingthis The meeting was called by Judge

Superintendent English to increase cerning conduct of various featureson Robert T. Dewell, president of The
.) quota would have .been. impossible service be referred to the com-
the millage for, of the club. Scenic Highlanders Association who
school
general purposes organization
mission ,
letter
should
since it is largely because of credits by they be unable -
to 4 % mills which was voted The meeting next week will be a made by the corporation in past to get to Fort Myers. invited the Orange Blossom Trail,

three from at the home of Association, Bee Line As-
years ago, the two mills fried chicken supper drives that the quota for this county Highway
-which is now being assessed. While' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner. sociation and Central Florida, Inc.
has been set far higher than in Plans For Used Car
official sanction by the superintendent to participate in an effort to develop ,
most counties of comparative popu-
and the Comptroller unified interest and agreement bothin
has not
Three Services ,Given _lation. Even without this large Rationing OutlinedPlans
us yet been obtained the board feels the matter of sponsoring a super-
credit, however, the sales in this
that it will be forthcoming very By Welfare BoardThe county have been' great enough to trunk highway through Central
shortly. for administering the Office Florida and an effective plan for
bring considerable satisfaction to
:: of Price Administration ceiling water conservation.Mr. .
,. Meanwhile instructions have been State 'Welfare Board, operating officials of the drive. I
prices Bestor who has ,
on used passenger cars studied Water
issued to Architect Bert D. Keck of as an agency under the pro- The "E" bond quota is still short,
I that went into effect on July 10 in; control and water conservationin
Stuart to make minor revisions in visions of the state welfare act, I
however, despite several credits
Hendry County outlined by the Everglades for
were
many years, 1
the plans and to get them ready as renders services of three kinds, according -
made this week despite the
and Charles E. Miner chairman of the told the group that a high water s
soon as possible. As soon as these to Miss Virginia Millsip,
splendid work done by the Boy War Price and Rationing Board. table in the Kissimmee Valley and '
plans are at hand, the board will director of this district, who was a Scouts in their house to house can- .. 'I
Okeechobee areas had defi-
A member of the Price, Panel a very
advertise for bids and it is hoped recent visitor in Clewiston.Old .
The closest estimate at this f
vass. ,
nite
effect on the water tables of
who is qualified experience and
by
that work be within
started
,, may age assistance, aid to dependent time, on the small sales is $55,000. Central Florida, where, in the past
training to administer this regulation -
the next thirty days. children and aid to the blind
will be appointed by Mr. Miner. few years wells have suddenly start-
The new building, a one-story are the three services. The system ]
ed going and in instances
I dry some ,
All sellers' of used'cars
. ; structure built of concrete tile with graduated scale of buyers and
\ operates under a :
r salt water is appearing in fresh wa-
COURT OF HONOR whether individuals ;
i ) concrete floor and using no materials merit service, but due to war con- private o; ter wells. :
I dealers He told of the loss of
for which have had come under the new ceilin
will
i priorities have to ditions the requirements
elevation in
be obtained, will be located between to lowered. One of the chief, dif- prices. The Price Panel will suppl Everglades lands of :
[ HELD BY SCOUTSWEDNESDAY.NIGHT information on the exact ceilin more than three feet which he attributes r
i the new high school building and
In addition to its regular duties I
at least partially, to a
prices for each make and model of f pro-
the agricultural building on San the welfare board is rendering two gram of drainage without regard to

Pedro Street. It will be approxi- services. It is making studies in car covered by' the regulation a s water control or water conservationand I
well details.
other
;. mately 124 feet in length and fifty the social and environmental back- as working believes that unless some stepsare I

: feet in width and will have four ground of' prospective inductees, andis Mr. Miner explained that the taken to correct errors which I

;, class rooms on the end nearest the also, in compliance with the The first Boy Scout Court, of regulation provides a "base price have been made that the greatest

present school building. The other 1943 State' Adoption Law, making for individuals and others who d
Honor of the Glades-Hendry Dis- agricultural area in the world will, 1\
, : end will house a kitchen and cafeteria studies of the background of par- trict in several months, was held not maintain repair shops, and a, in a comparatively few years, be

\\1 ; and the school c canning plant.;) en"tsof children to be ,adopted and here Wednesday evening and despite higher "warranted price" ceiling fo wasted entirely away even if saved 1 I

\' The building is planned for conversion those who 'wish to adopt children. the inclement weather more thaififty dealers, who do maintain repai from fire ravage. He favors a very

J at a time when a larger ficulties has been in securing competent shops and sell cars that are gua '
attendance :
were in largely high level_ .for ,Lake Okeechobee, a
I school can be built, into a bus storage field workers. ,Many of the ranteed for 30 days or 1,000 miles minimum-
Clewiston seventeen feet I
from ., ; as a con-
:,' building ,and prd:tio "train- .taff..workxyrs::come rscipthci: *teaching Only dealers can sell at the. "war. elevation '
.. .JH Scoutmaster A. trolling ; a program, of water
.. H. King of the "
'r-04- -:-' ing shop.School. .. .' '\ profession., local troop arranged: a very impres- ranted price. distribution for he believes that j je

The state' is divided into twelve sive campfire installation ceremonyfor "A certificate of transfer will b< an improperly dug ditch is as greata

:i Loan Funds districts, 1Iiss'Millsip stated, Florida two new assistant scoutmasters, needed for most types of sales ot waste of soil as if burned by fire;

being a pioneer in this' system. used cars. These certificates maybe :
a flooding of unfarmed tracts to
"' M. S. Wright who has charge of the
Offered By Humble This district embraces the ten"counties Air Scout patrol and Ed McGowin, obtained, from the War Price and protect them from fire and to en-

of Lee, Charlotte, Collier, De- Rationing Board. They must be< I able nature to build up the soils.
Jr., who has charge of the Sea Scout
,-- GAINESVILLE, July 19-Florida Soto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Patrol. filled out jointly by- buyers and Other speakers on this .subject included -,

Highlands, Manatee and Sarasota. sellers and filed with the buyer's
: L. L. Stuckey of Pahokee who
high school graduates who wish to
-
J Since a Court of Honor is,scheduled -,
Board when he applies for his
discussed the water control reports
I attend the University of Florida but
to be held every three monthsto '
\".\ 'who will require the financial lift Group Returns From award badges and certificates for gasoline ration. Each certificate recently published by the Everglades -
' will be credited by the Board as a
Drainage District
and compiled -
'of a loan now have a new source of advancements during this"period andit "
Palm Lake CampA protection against overcharges,
with the help of governmental
help in "The Humble Oil Company having been a great deal longer
Mr. Miner said.
;:: Loan Fund," set up at the state uni- than this since one .was held, the agencies.A .

versity: this week. group of Baptist Young People number of awards was the greatestof "Sharply rising prices for' used committee which was appointed -

Under supervision of the com- returned Saturday from a week at any 'Court of Honor of recent cars made it necessary for the OPAto to draw up resolutions in regard ,

set up the new ceiling prices, to the water control met
mittee on scholarships and loans, of Camp Osborne, near Lantana, years' and parents attending the program

which R.: C. Beaty, dean of stu- which was sponsored by the Palm I meeting were greatly surprised at Mr. Miner said. "Without this pro- Sunday morning and in their reso-
tection, families who need car for
lution they set out that another
dents, is chairman, the new loan ;Lake Association of Baptist Churches the rapid advancement which has tiz
transportation to and from essentialwar should be held shortly -
meeting
puts to work at once a $5,000 gift and directed by Mrs. H. C. Mea- been made by the local troop. very '
work would face serious increases in central location to which all
to the university by the Humble Oil dor, wife of the local pastor. Mrs. Refreshments of hot dogs, picklesand a
in their costs. Invited
: living groups interested would be
Company.The George Serson was camp secretaryand lemonade were served to the
had to have in order that :
Large-scale who representatives
speculators
,
gift was made, according to Rev. Meador was camp pastor. group at the conclusion of the meet- R!
been forcing prices higher and higher some definite program could be ;
Dr. John J. Tigert, president of the ing. ,
During the week there were .
also difficult for planned' and carried through before s
were making it 1
1
chairman the
J University, as a "generous move"on thirtyseven'boys and 81 girls attending F. E. Conkling, of
established automobile dealers to it is too late.Governorelect. 1
.r. the part, of the company that will in the camp with a faculty Glades-Hendry District, presided at

: divide a $50,000 reward for bringing of seven. The boys had three days the: meeting and Don Benzie, of Fort remain in business. The regulationis
in the first producing oil well I' of camping and the girls three days. Myers, assistant Scout executive, designed to encourage the recon was present at the meeting, as a',! :
ditioning of the diminishing sup- spectator, but appeared much interested ;
in the state between the Universityof the speakers at the session was present. !
Florida and the Florida State Among were an ex-Nigerian missionary A Boy Scout athletic meet is being ply of used cars.Community. in all of the discussions and i''

'College for-Women at Tallahassee. planned sometime between now said that he planned to visit the J
Smith, Seminole In-
The fund makes available loans dian, Stanley Missionary, and Ed Galloway, and the date of school opening. Church 'glades 'and make a study of all ,.j'
office in ,
problems before he takes
'"not to exceed $200 a year to any State R. A. Worker. Study classes i
CommitteeMet '
,one student" for four years, a total were held and a consecration night. Several Nice Showers Building January.All represented promised .

of $800, provided he is "in the groups
I Attending the camp from Clewis- Tuesday Night full cooperation in attempting to ob-
,- opinion of the committee capable of I Mrs. Fall During Week ,..___'- u__ ",1
ton aside from Rev. and 1\Iea- tain construction of tne trUnKUIlCentral .
doing creditable work. -
5- dor were: Raymond rittman, Randall Florida Highway.
the
The building committee of
invited high school
Beaty graduates I ,
Chastain, Stanley Wright, Bud- Several nice showers have fallen appointed to The. proposed route would connect ;
who be interested in Community Church,
may securing -
loans from this fund to write dy Trice, Billy Phillippi, Thomas here during the week, the largest of formulate plans for the constructionof Florida with a national system ,:

for information and application Walton, Richard Griffin, Shirley which was Wednesday afternoonand a new church here in the near of super-highways, entering the '

Benbow, Nadine Andrews, Hortense night when 1.45 inches was re- meeting on state on road 50 from Valdosta and '
"blanks, addressing the Office of the future, held its first
Chastain, Shirley Cumberland, corded. Monday's shower showed running South through Lake City, ,j
of Dr.
" home
Dean of Students, University ofFlorida Tuesday evening at the '
Christine Dunaway} Claire Elizabeth .81 inches and Thursday's 41. Gericke. High Spring3, Gainesville, Ocala, :a
C. A.
.Hedke, Sue Holland, Shirley. Krueger The rains have been pretty well Leesburg, Haines City, Lake Wales, .,)'

Baibara...A. Moore, Peggy Powell, general over the area and the high Future plans were discussed and Sebring, Moore Haven, Clewiston, ...;

Ji. Cadet Dies In Laurie Rogers, Lucille Rogers, El- temperatures have taken quite a sub-committees were formed so that South Bay, Miami and via the Over- .:,,
'
I. nora Tanner, Joyce Tanner, Joyce tumble. an early beginning can be made, seas highway to Key West. ,
Accident of financing -
Training Turner 'and Iris Ann Wright. particularly on a program

': FieldLAC Man Is the church construction. Fire Does Some .
-- At Riddle I I InjuredIn Property is already available for
Names Of Marines
HorseFred the new church on the' lots just
fall From Damage Saturday
Michael Kevin Hinds, the son I Being RequestedA north of the present church and i

of Michael K. Hinds of Newcastle- Bert D. Keck, Stuart architect, is ';

J on-Thames, Durham, England, died Sealey of Moore: Haven, is now working on plans, for the new A fire which broke out in the -

last Thursday at Riddle Field as the letter from the U. S. Marine in a serious condition at the homeof structure. north apartment of one of new duplexes -

1I result of injuries received in a rou- Corps, to J. K. Rogers, Legion ad- his mother, :Mrs., Peter Christensen on San Pedro Street Saturday

I tine training accident at the field jutant, asks for a list of names of here as the result of injuries BUYS MORE PROPERTY afternoon was discovered by passersby -

; early that morning. all former Marines who are mem- received when he fell from a horse and reported in time that the fire .

" .:.' '" .' V ;.\. Interment was in the RAF cemetery bers of the Post, together with the he was riding Sunday afternoon near E. M. Cornette this week closed a department extinguished the blaze ;.

: at Arcadia. last rank. Moore Haven. His head stuick the deal for the purchase of lots 21 to before much damage was don /
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; ( 1', Mr. .:
This information is available, but pavement when he fell and his skull 26 inclusive in block 161 which is The apartment is occupied by '
-0'
-""., '?f'- Despite the hot weather, Calhoun the Corps also wishes the names of was fractured.He the west end of the block in which and Mrs Albert I. Mueller who were

County homemakers have been very those in the area, male or female, was brought to the Clewiston his business, the Hendry County not at home when the fire was dis ,(I

, busy during the past few weeks can- who have been in any way connected Hospital that night and taken to Motors is located. The deal was covered. Apparently a small radio ;;:

: ning many jars of tomatoes, corn, with or interested In the Marine his mother's home next day wherehe handled through J. E. Beardsley, had been left on in the kitchen shorted; atop \;,

; butter beans, and other foods from Corps. Anyone knowing such per- is said to be recovering slowly. realtor. Mr. Cornette ,states that the refrigerator, and had
burned to a
i their gardens and orchards, accord- son should send the name and 'address .- he has no definite 'plans for the out, caught fire and of

ing to Miss Evalena ;Rader, home and rank, to Mr. Rogers at If you haven't already bought property and purchased only as an cinder, scorching the walls back

agent once. your "E" bonds, do so at once. investment. the refrigerator.
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Small i Business to Feel DR W EA ON citizen: ; .

Down tauten
tracks
.
Benefit of ReconversionWPB r I hUSrn' I co. .

But hive time
tramps
Washington, D. C. FBItems and GManeuversIn .

DISCHARGED VETERANS the gangster film about Roger to use the. world

Release of Aluminum for Civilian Purposes /yCA IYs President Roosevelt has just received Touhy and his gang the producerslost And witch: the flowers
N a suggestion from Chicago'sMayor few
a good tricks which appar- <5row.

Turns Tide in Favor of Ed Kelly designed to aid in ently the gov't agents didn't tell J Rn CC.II"1> <::

the rehabilitation of ex-servicemen. them about-after: Touhy and his ,

Little Plants. Kelly, acting on a proposal .from mob were recaptured. Frix-

his wife Margaret, head of Chicago's ample: When the FBI went into the

tremendously popular servicemen'said rooms of two of the gang-they

organization, has urged FDR that didn't notice a match stuck at the

By BAUKHAGE men be permitted to wear their uniforms top of the door. To let the

News Analyst and Commentator. for three to six months after gang know if anyone entered during

,WNU Service, Union Trust Building, are ,being taken to provide field they are discharged, if they want to. i their absence. One mobster had WNU Features.

Washington, D. C. engineers. with information necessary Kelly pointed out that 30,000 Chicago : started opening the door when he

notice few weeks for plants which have boys have been discharged from I realized the planted match was

The press gave a never worked with aluminum to service and that many return home, gone. So he started firing his
of the installation of a swarm
,ago learn how. Not many plants are after a year or more's absence, revolver. '. The agent came out CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
'of bees in the office of a government
in the Smaller War familiar with this work and thatis feeling thoroughly out of place in shooting too, and two of Touhy'spals
It was
agency. can't the community in civilian clothes. hit the marksman
it why we expect many were by and
Plants corporation, and was ;
pots and pans right away. And, Many folks don't even know the went to heaven.
placed there by that ball-of-fire, up-
boys have been off to war serving
of and plant
course, any every
decorated in
and-doer wounded and
reelection which does start civilian produc- their country, Kelly has pointed out. Then there's the episode in the PHOTOGRAPHS
defeated for -
;the last
war,
of tion of any kind must first run a Discharge buttons, promised many butcher shop. A uniformed FIFTEEN SCENES OF LIFE IN THE
to congress, and ex-mayor "gauntlet" as the saying goes) months ago, 'are still not issued to chauffeur turns out to be one of SOUTH SEAS. Has 11 actual 3'/2x5 close-
San Antonio, Texas, Maury Maver- Even disabled up photos of Native girls attired only in
men everywhere. though -
the bees to at headquarters. The "gauntlet" the Touhy gangsters. He went to grass skirts. Taken in the wilds of New
ick. He said he got provide
.. is a series'of tests to establish they no longer can enter servicemen's purchase meat in the neighborhoodfor Guinea by a "Seabee" now serving' there,
$1.00
of how to keep postpaid.
a living example
:; unequivocally that sucha centers for recreation, no Touhy (and the others) who MRS. BEATRICE BACIIAND

busy. use of a plant's facilities and longer receive special rates in thea- didn't risk coming out of the house. 7 Potter Place North Adams, Maes.
I thought the gesture amusing,
inclined manpower will in no way inter- ters.Kelly The butcher shop, however, was
!typical of the dramatically
look fere with the war production.Let also wrote the Presidentthat staffed by G-Men. After a signal BIRTH CERTIFICATESBirth
the
down to
:Maury. So I went
during the last war, men were
from
us look at the question of one butcher a bike-rider
scene over, noted certain subsequent allowed to keep wearing their uni- Certificates Send 50c for blank
;events and I decided that the ges- these "idle and excess inven- G-Man tailed the chauffeur to the and full information for any, state in the h
tories" of steel surpluses and forms for some time after their dis- scene where Touhy was hiding. Union United Birth Certificate Service,
:ture, although amusing enough, was charge. Many walked the streets in 205 Riegler Bide., Little Rock Arkansas.
see what the argument for their But the confederate was not disguised -
by no means an empty one. For
uniforms and received
hunting jobs
availability for civilian manufacture as a chauffeur in the actual
within one week, something hap- preference because they were vet- kidnap. The movie Dust-Free AreaS
there
:: has is. I am told that people apparently -
of which
pened, the significance
erans. Only air free of dust is that
over
are some Wz million tons of :. didn't want to offend the
,been all too little appreciated. Re- Note-Chicago's servicemen's cen- the ocean 600 miles farther from
such inventories. That means devout by sticking to the facts. or
conversion began and the long stag- ters have done one of the best jobsin shore.
that there is that much iron and The disguise worn by the gangsterin
nant tide turned in favor of little
the U. S. A. have served more
business.It steel being held over and above the meat shop was that of a
than 12,000,000 meals free.
is only a trickle so far, but the the possessors' needs for 60 priest.

flow has started, which, it is hoped, days; ahead. CONGRESSIONAL SOLDIERS HARSH LAXATIVES
The holders, generally speak The reader
will eventually get the wheels of It's not nearly so bad as in the average newspaper -

small business, which had been ing, are the large manufacturers. last war, but several younger mem- recalling Touhy's mob, will

slowed down past the danger point, bers of congress are having troubleas think the snatched man is the UNNECESSARY?

moving in the manufacture of I rich Jake the Barber, victim of
again Willing to Release SurplusesAnd they seek reelection, because they "
that gang. But in the film
civilian goods. they are willing to let the are in congress and not in the army. the producers purposely switched Millions\ Find Simple Fresh
Less than a month before, Maury In most the "slacker"
cases
,
surpluses go. First, because they Fruit Drink Gives Them All
things to give the story more
Maverick armed with series of
a charges .
had before know they can get all the prime are simply whispered.In pep. Jake the Barber'sreal the Laxative Aid ,They Need
charts, appeared a con- one case, political opponentsare
steel they need from the mills. Sec-
tortures cannot be screenedor
gressional committee and said
: ond, because most of these inven- whispering about a congressman even written about-so vile Don't form the habit of depend-
"Concentration of production in tories made of odd lots. who has received the navy's Silver ing harsh griping laxatives
are Big on ,
up
were they. So for the screen
the hands of big business has grown industries use large lots. They can- Star for gallantry in action. He is the until you've tried this easy, health-
authors and director bor-
by leaps and bounds since 1939." Lyndon Johnson of Texas, who saw ful way millions now use to keep
not very well start an operation on rowed several items
Using the metal trades as an example his bunkmate killed beside him in interesting regular.It's .
one small lot and then when it runs'out
from of
the
kidnappings a
he said: the South Pacific.Representative fresh lemon juice and water
adjust their machinery to an- wealthy youth named Rosenthalin taken first in the
'"Since the war started the thing morning-
; propor- Albert Gore of''
tionate share of little business in other lot of different specifications.The ( New York) and the Urschel just as soon as you get up. The ',{
Tennessee who is -
metal industries smaller plants' are perfectly 36, is another who snatch in the West. All the juice-of one Sunkist Lemon in a

been products in has roughly adapted to do just this. They nor- has been smeared in a whispering kidnappers are now rusting and glass of water: Taken thus, on an
cut half.
mally buy in small lots. They are campaign. A father, Gore waivedhis rotting in prison on sentencesfor empty stomach, it stimulates
Still later, just before the bees (or more elastic. congressional immunity last win- life. normal bowel action, day after

whatever it was) stung the govern- The difficulty in utilizing this ma- ter and was inducted into the armyas day, for most people.

ment to action, Mr. Maverick be- terial is not only in the acquisitionof a private. However, at the request And lemons.are actively good
came more pessimistic. He told of the President, he returnedto The most frightful moment in Di- for you. They're among the richest
the steel in restrictions
but the
'congress: before he began train- rector J. Edgar Hoover's entire life sources of Vitamin C, which com-
congress
I "The mobilization of small, busi- against making what you want out happened that terrible 5 in the bats fatigue, helps resist colds and
of it. This requires a relaxation of ing.Others the still infections. They supply vitaminsBi
morning-when night was
ness has reached the critical stage who have felt the lash of
,I. the civilian economy is shortof rules, too, for the manufacture of criticism because they are serving black. Hoover and some of the and P, aid digestion and help
articles still forbidden and alkalinize the system.,
is ,
many attacked the mob
agents Touhy
civilian goods and getting shorter their country in the office to which
Try this grand wake-up drink
that is another that the Smaller
thing -
from the rear of the buildingotherFBI f'
dangerous inflationary pres- they were elected are Wilbur Millsof 10 mornings. See if it doesn't help
sures cutbacks in contracts Plants corporation is working on. men covered the front. Mr.
war Arkansas, Jamie Whitten of Mis- you 1 Use California Sunkist -

are causing unemployment." Process Will Take TimeIt sissippi, Lindley Beckworth of Texas Hoover, revolver in paw, climbed Lemons.

It was a gloomy picture Mr. Mav- is not a short and and even Representative WarrenG. over the back fence and tread softlyto
'erick easy processbut the back door, where he let out
painted. His office had worked The
the big thing is that it has start- Magnuson' Washington.
hard the the most piercing shriek ever heard
congressional committeeson 39-year-old Magnuson, now runningfor
ed for small business has reached
small business had worked hard, the, stage where its existenceas senator, has seen more of the anywhere in the whole world. It st.J@sepb(
very
seems that a'poor, little, inoffen- I
but the War Production board turneda an institution is threatened.This western Pacific theater than most ASPIRIN
deaf ear to all demands soldiers and sailors in the sive, sleeping black cat was steppedon
on the area, was
due first
is to a nationwide WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IQt
basis that any resumption of civilian serving on the aircraft carrier from by the most famed of all G-Men,
tendency the of the
on part big
and it let out one screetch, which
production might interfere with which General Doolittle's planes
plants to cancel their subcontracts
the war effort.Maverick's took the startled G-Man tried to outholler. -
off the first of
for
which covered most of the work of bombing -Buy War Savings Bonds-

Work RewardedThen the smaller plants. This was done Tokyo. .

at last the leaven began to for two natural reasons and one unnatural AIR-COOLED CONGRESS FBI agents the other day were in-
and evil one. The first two n
work-the whole argument of the de- were: because of termination of While war workers swelter in vestigating a theft of gov't-owned U I4T R "".

fenders of little business, based on movie theaters and while govern- cigarettes destined for, overseas

the, assertion that certain industries some of their own contracts by the ment officials suffer in Washington's shipment. The foreman, who

could _be resumed without interfer- government and because of greatly flimsy temporary buildings, the had denied any knowledge of the Dr. FRED "
increased efficiency which made it
ing with the war effort, touched the high-ceilinged house and senate of- theft, produced a package of cigar- Whlt.n.r lightenspelmer'j:
possible to take care of additional dark skin! Easy wnyl 25c at =
,iron heart of Donald Nelson, headof fice buildings enjoy air conditioned ettes bearing a give-away gov't drugstores Use?days us dir .
,
work without having to sublet it to ected. Satisfaction or Money ; ;
the WPB (of which Maury is a comfort-even with congress ad- label. The agent, who had Back.FREESAMPLE.Sendtepoetago.GelenolDept.
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smaller concerns.- V. i
vice chairman). Nelson arose and thi'rd' journed. mooched a cigarette with a definite Box61. Atlanta, Georgia. '
announced "the first of a series of But the and evil practice Although the capitol airconditioning purpose, forthwith arrested the DR. FRED PALMER'S

moves" and suddenly the whole tide which had grown up was the use of equipment is being geared to use foreman, who was charged with the SKIN WHITENER

turned and an entirely different attitude government-paid-for facilities to duplicate the smallest possible amount of crime.
work of which in
.' was evident on the part of a type freon gas, the fact remains that it

''the other members of the War Production peacetime only small plants do. took a special deal with WPB to .One of the problems confront- MEDICATED POWDER

board: With these new facilities and with- release the 14,000 pounds needed. ing the FBI these days is the 40 YEAR FAVORITEwith

This "first of a series of moves" out the small factories plant's know-how, the Meanwhile, movie theaters servingwar apprehension of individuals ob- thousands families,as it relieves

takes away some of the restrictionson larger wasted precious workers in the South have been taining money fraudulently under Itching irritation of minor skin rashes-

the use of aluminum and mag labor and took the little man's bread denied freon because of military de- the Servicemen's Dependents baby's diaperrash. Sprinkle on Mexsana,

nesium. out of his mouth. mands. Allowance Act. Sixty-nine the soothing, medicated powder containing -

But do not visualize a fountain of Another reason why the small Capitol Architect David Lynn says convictions have resulted during ommend.ingredients Costs many little.specialists Demand ilexsana.WNU often rec.

i pots and pans, skillets and coffee business man's position has been he's the man to blame, not membersof the first ten months of the 1944

,pots springing into being over night. growing critical is the delay in collecting congress. He says not a single fiscal year. An oddity in theFBI's

-- 'Something is pay at the termination of the taken the matter this has -7 28 44
cooking but it is on a member has up files on subject
slow fire. I contract. He was left without in- with him.Probably. to do with a Louisville, Ky.,

More important is the notyetproclaimed come and without the funds to carryon. no one is directly to woman who, when questionedby

raising of restrictions which And restrictions made it impossible blame, unless it is the WPB of- FBI agents, offered to return

'. have been keeping "idle and excess to earn money, meanwhile, ficials who played favorites in releasing fourteen $50 checks she got illegally -

,inventories of surpluses of steel" ly: by making civilian goods. the freon. No one begrudgesthe but hadn't spent. She said

:,, ing dormant, impotent and useless, Reasons for ReconversionOn congressmen their airconditioning she had kept all the checks except Help Them Cleanse the Blood

:k while small plants have the yearn- the other hand, as Mr. Maw but their buildings, because of one, which the, soldier him- of Harmful Body Waste

., ing facilities and willing manpower erick's associates and the senators thick walls and high ceilings, wouldbe self cashed, and that she was Your kidneys are constantly filtering
equally idle and capable of convert- I cool even without airconditioning. most willing to return them to waste matter from the blood stream.But
and congressmen who have worked their Vo'ork--dG
: kidneys sometimes lag in
ing these "surpluses" into thousands the Government.The intended-fail to remove
so hard (and, until now, with com not act as Nature :
'of gadgets the consumer badly In the army's huge Pentagon Impurities that, if retained may
paratively little success) point out, the and upset the whole
;n': needs. Perhaps by the time this there is a whole list of reasons for building, the freon supply has been alertness of G-Men was dem- body poison machinery.system
:appears in print the cut to the bone. The result, accord- Symptoms may be nagging backache.
WPB will have onstrated again the other. day in
; reconversion to begin here (in the persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
_
;issued an order raising some of the little plant) and now. ing to'workers there, is that the Los Angeles. An agent spied a man nights, swelling puffincss
: restrictions on this vital product. atmosphere is slightly warm. Last on the street whom he recognized as undergthe eyes-a feeling of nervoua
: They list them in various orders anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
But all this 'takes time. Meetings I but this seems to be year they claimed it was far too a fugitive-a wanted notice had been Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
: '. have been taking place for the past I as good as chilly, with many colds resulting. issued a few days before. Althoughthe are sometimes burning scanty or Y
any: too frequent urination.
I' ;weeks and the WPB is gradually. To suspect produced phony selec- There should be no doubt that prompt
((1)) preserve small business'as
Use
coming around to the Smaller War an institution; ((2) To form a patternby CAPITAL CHAFF tive service cards, the G-Man was Doan't treatment Pill is.. Doan'i wiser than nave been neglect.winning

, !Plants corporation's views and the trial and error for reconversionon C NBC's popular' "Labor for Vic- persistent and took his fingerprints, new friends for more than forty yean..
insistent hammer on their doors tory" radio will be his They have a nation-wide reputation.Are
by a grand scale; (3) To prevent in- program sus- whereupon the fugitive admitted recommended by the
conscientious congressmen. flation; (4) To provide replacementof pended for the summer after nearlytwo identity as Walter Ray Carroll, country over. Art your neighbor!

,, As to the aluminum situation, vital wornout products (5) To years on the air. Reason is the wanted in Washington State in con-
as this is written ; AFL won't cooperate with the CIO narcotics rob
the present prevent unemployment which .is nection with a $25,000 DOAN SPILLSI

S order is yet to be clarified. Steps springing up in many localities. in putting it on. bery.



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':, By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. I A bit of flour sifted into hot fat To tell at a glance whch are
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
Released by ,Western Newspaper Union. will put a stop to spattering in a your good handkerchiefs, iron
V ,, jiffy. them into triangles and plain
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ones into
squares.
: :1 Lesson for July 23 To removeface powder from a .

satin or velvet dress, brush lightly To help in remodeling dated garments
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
',,1".: copyrighted by InternationalCouncil with a woolen cloth. try grandmother's customof
agfdR Education: used by having a "piece bag." In it
/ Fruit Preparation Required permission.
Processing To make tassels, cut a card- put all saved zippers, bits of rib-

1 ,,' -. WOMAN'S PART IN NATIONALLIFE board gage length you wish the bon and lace, and scraps of fabric.

" :' Hot Bah Waltl! Pres3Urt Cooker ,tassel to be. Wrap floss or yarn .
'
: > lima 5 Ibs.-TiRI \! over and over the cardboard and Squirt kerosene on nuts and
:( in M pates in Mmuteer
, LESSON TEXT-Judges 4:1.9 1316. tie a thread through the upper end. bolts that are to be loosened, once
... Wash pare, core, cut in pieces. Drop GOLDEN TEXT-Who knoweth whethet Cut through lower end and wrap each day for several days, before
thou art to the kingdom for such a
;:. in slightly' salted water Pa k. Add come thread end
APples time as this-Esther 4:14. around upper several the machine is to be worked on.
;;. syrup. Or boil 3 to 5 minutes in syrup. times to hold tassel together. They'll come off much easier.
;; Pack. Add syrup. 25 10
; Women of our day have unprece-
3 Apricots Wash, halve and pit. Pack. Add syrup. 20 10 dented liberty of action and almost

:t' Berries limitless opportunity to show their .
.
::-.'' and u.ce1JC CrnntwrririCherries Strawbrrlu Washf stem, pac k. Add syrup or water. 20 _8 ability to meet responsbility and to Coverall Apron With Applique I
accomplish great things. They are
Wash, stem, pit. Pack. Add syrup. 201 10 measuring to that opportunityboth
-- up
,i' ., Cranberries Wash, remove stems. Boil 3 minutes in ; in the armed services and in apron. Make the apron in colorful
! No. 3 syrup. Pack. 10 the multitude of tasks they are checked cotton-it's a splendid

;: :- :, Currants Wash, stem, pack. Add syrup or water 20 10 creditably. carrying on in civilianlife. kitchen "shower". gift. !

:; :. Put in soda bath 5 minutes, rinse. Pre-
To those who seem surprised at To obtain complete applique pattern and
Figs cook 5 minutes in syrup. Pack, adde their response to the nation's need, apron pattern for the Cherry Basket Apron
:' syrup. 30 10 (Pattern No. 5739)), sizes: small (34-36)),
could well] that
the church testify
medium ((38-40)), and large (42-44)), send
:; Grapes Wash, stem, pack. Add syrup or water. 20 8 women have always served well in 16 cents in coin, your,name, address and
those things which count most for the pattern number.
: Peel pack, add syrup, or precook 3
., Peaches God and country.I. Send your order to:
minutes in syrup, pack, add syrup. 20 10
-:--- A Woman Can Rule (vv. 1-5).
ri'
Select not overripe pears, pare, halve, 1 1a 1l SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
r;. Pears precook 3 to 5 minutes in syrup. Pack. God has established an order in 530 South Wells St. Chicago.

w.; Add yrup. 25 10 the world which places woman Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
where she best fits-in the home. cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
Peel, remove eyes, cut or slice. P"re- There under the guidance and with I
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: :: Pineapple cook in No. 2 syrup 5 to 10 minutes. I
I Pack with syrup. 30 15 the help of her husband, she exerts Name i t ti
her most powerful influence in the i.
::" Plums Wash, prick skins. Pack. Add syrup. 20 10 rearings of children. That is her Address 7nc I

Quinces Wash, pare, cut in pieces. Precook 3 normal, most effective and most I
,:, minutes in syrup. Pack, add syrup. 35 15 blessed position.But .
: all too often conditions in the 'I
>' Rhubarb Wash, cut into pieces. Pack. Add syrup. 10 5 I
: world normal and
are not woman,
J: ,_ Wash, stem, precook gently for 3 min- like man, is thrown out of the cus- I
I utes in syrup. Remove from syrup and tomary orbit of existence. Deborah
Strawberries cool. Boil syrup 3 minutes. Add berries faced such a day. Israel had sinned
:" and let stand for several hours. R e- KootgiD
and been given over to the chas-
heat Pack. 20 8
tising hand of the Canaanite. Then DEL/C10US
." I
FROZE d
Scald 1 minute, cold dip 1 minute, God heard their repentant cries and Serves I I
Tomatoes DESSERTS
35 10 6 to 8I
peel, core.quarter. Pack. was ready to send a delivererasHe \
did in the case of each of the

': Fruit Preparation and Processing Guide judges. Apparently no -man was I

"'.", ?:: L (See.Directions Below) ready to take up the responsi- HAIR
V4,'+,'.. bility, or willing to thus serve God, oROI TONI II
: Canned Fruit and so ,He called Deborah. She sat
Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenus under her palm tree and Israel tvA1tGE BOTTLE-25s
, to her for 5739 I
If you want to assure your family ame judgment.She !
I ? of its basic seven fruit requirement, typifies many women who -i
\.. then busy yourself with putting Frankfurters, with Hot have been the leaders of their Applique Apron :kVis -)

: up fruit at home. Potato Salad people, and her story has been an A BIG coverall apron for sum-

Fruits, commercially canned, have Relish inspiration to women in the church. mer has,a "basket" pocket of : I

:, carried a high point value and this Buns Butter May many more, be encouraged to dark green and bright, red cher- I
:,;"-: has made theirserving Cole Slaw in Tomato Cups take up the ,weighty problems of ries, green leaves and basket han- I

.," .', in many Raspberry Cobbler moral and social righteousness, dle appliqued onto the body of the I
:/" families prohibi- Beverage which the men of our nation (and I
I
t'-: tive. But lucky others) do not seem to care or dareto

;i: : indeed are those 5. Pack fruit into hot, sterilized attack! Rain StonesA I

'.' homes in which jars and add boiling syrup or fruit II. A Woman Can Lead (vv. 6-9).
tt':;: -. /i- there are ample juice with which to cover the fruit. : Barak was a man of ability. hailstone is a drop of rain

f:, -_= stocks of home- Most juice or syrup is added to within I Deborah gave him full credit for that is carried up and down be-

:'r.-:::, canned fruits. one-half inch of the top of the jar. his capable service (5:1, 12), but tween currents of warm and

F,, Fruit canning is infinitely more 6. Adjust the cap according to the evidently he lacked that initiatve cold air which alternately coat it
t f/ simple than vegetable canning. The instructions furnished by the manu- which would send him into conflict with moisture and then freeze the :. de

:::' reason for that is that fruits are acid facturer. He knows the type of seal- with his people's enemies. Without coat, says Collier's. O $ros. Prime' 1

'i, ', and, therefore, can be sterilized ing it will need. Deborah he would not go (v. 8), Consequently, as these coats, Wde, c m nth I '
fm
!: i more readily. concentric visible I 'StraWbs
7. Process fruit either'in the water under her leadership he was willing or layers, are Pow
'{: ; A when the stone is cut in two the Tooth
hot water bath is ideal for processing bath or the pressure cooker accord- and courageous.It Coloz .
r/,<'. the fruit once it is in the,jar. ing to the time indicated on the can- is easy to ridicule Barak, and, number of times it was carriedup tbacsbine.mm pTc R
? If you cannot obtain one, use a regular ning chart. For a boiling water no doubt he deserves some measureof and down before falling can wvMighty' >: QQ o

': c wash boiler, fitted with a rack bath,'see that the water boils during censure, but let us not be too be determined.
:t to keep the jars a half inch from the the entire processing period. severe on him. When the recordsare
I ? bottom. A cover that fits tightly all in, it will be known that

I \. .- over: the canner helps keep the essing 8. As, remove soon as them the jars from finish the proc- many of the feats of courage, the "._m&1II mmm.'ijk
can-
I steam in and does not waste fuel. high and noble decisions, the victories -
;'; Steps in Canning. ner, set on several thicknesses of in the fields of science and Good '
paper or cloth and allow to cool. EatingI
I 1. Select fruit in the peak of con- All] jars should not be inverted, so culture, and particularly those ( :
.;,, dition. Your can will yield only what watch the manufacturers' instruc. things that have been accomplishedin
you'.put into it. and through the church, were the i
tions this
on point.
result of the leadership of some I pI I t
2. Wash fruit or berries carefully, Oven Canning. ,woman. 'Ii
pare and pit according to directions
This year, I'm not recommending' Think also of the social and
:.
many
for fruit in the fruit canning chart oven canning of fruits because war- religious causes which have been f ;
\ given in this column. FLAKES I
time restrictions in equipment have largely carried on by determinedand CORN

3. Fruit is pre-cooked for several caused many changes to be madein sacrificial women., Yes, a wom-

minutes in certain cases to shrink jars and caps, and this method is an can lead, and often she must I FOOd-1lftI( !
it "The Grains are Great 4 L _, ; !
and to give a better not safe.
you looking Many women had acci- lead out to get the men to follow.
pack with as little floating as possi- dents last year and much fruit was III. A Woman Can Fight (vv. 13- I Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you : .:

ble. spoiled. Play safe, and use the wa. 16). nearly all the protective! food elementsof C OHN '

;;.# 4. Use a light or medium type of ter bath. True it is that: it was Barak who I the whole grain declared essential .- I

syrup in which to pre-cook the fruit Sugar Syrups.As led his army, but he went out at the .. to human nutrition.She's __ F LA K E
.... or cook in its own juice. is word of Deborah. Hers the S II
long as sugar still rationed, was responsibility .... .... 7"- <
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you'll want to 'use it sparingly so for strategy for the determining -
there's enough for of that important D-day

Lynn Says peaches as well] when the blow must be struck.
as for plums and f The courage of women in the

grape jelly in the battles for country makes an inspir-
Canning 'Rithmetic: If the jars : ing story. Not the least of that cour-
and fruit don't come out even fall.Wise homemakers age has been shown by those who KILL HER !

when you're canning, better sit are using the ? t have quietly stood "by the, stuff"at
down and do some figuring before thin or medium -- home, who have bravely parted
you start to can. Here are tips to syrups, as these with their cherished loved ones, a diseasecarryingDEMON'
help you: will mellow and .who have borne the dark' hours of

Apples-1 bu. (50 lb.) cans 17-20 ripen the fruit but still not consumetoo loneliness, uncertainty and often of I

quarts. much of the precious sugar sup. heart-piercing sorrow. They shall !
Apricots-4 basket crate (1 bu.) ply. not be without their reward (see ..

cans 20-25 quarts. Thin Sugar Syrup. [ Sam. 30:24).
Fr Berries-24 quart crate cans 15- 1 cup sugar This is the place to say a further

24 quarts. 3V& cups water word of appreciation of the women
Cherries bu. (56 lb.) cans 20- of,the church who have fought sucha Quick I Get the FLIT. Save yourself from the
25 quarts. Bring to a boil, stirring only until valiant fight against liquor, social bite that brings burning-chilling miseries of

Grapes-1 bu. (48 lb.) cans 16- sugar is dissolved. Keep hot but not degradation, vice, evil politics, etc. e malaria. Yes! Flit kills Anopheles,the malaria

% I 20 quarts., boiling. Hats off to them!" May they be E mosquito, as surely as it mows down ,common
Peaches-1 bu. (50 lb.) cans 18- Medium Sugar Syrup. encouraged to go on. ei 7 1 household mosquitoes. So why take a chance?

y 20 quarts. 2 cups sugar Then too, one ought to say a word Help protect your family from this winged
1 r Pears-1 bu. (58 lb.) cans 20-24 4 cups water. of sad and earnest admonition to scourge buy a big supply of Flit today
quarts. Follow directions above. those countless women who have
: Pineapples-15 pineapples yield used their great freedom in our dayas \ kills flies, ants
: 30 // you wish additional instruction for FL moths and
pints. a license to live wicked and ungodly I i bedbugs
Plums-1 bu. (56 Ib.) cans 24-30 canning fruit or berries, write to Miss lives. They do not have the / all mosquitoes..
Chambers 210 South
lynn ,
quarts. Desplaines Copr.UU BJMICP laawpontaI'
to stand against the loose
Street 6 Illinois. courage
Chicago Please enclose
I,
Tomatoes bu. (56 lb.) cans stamped, self-addressed envelope for your moral standards, the common acceptance _
J 15-20 quarts. reply. of intoxicants, the immodest

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THE C1.EWISTON NBW8
pdGE 'OUR FRIDAY. JULY 21., 1944


owned by the United; States Sugar ....-..-..... ........ .. you needn't fear that when you return I Circle at the home of Mrs. Arch
The Clewiston News '=..:O'--OO:.. :.:..:..: :..:.. : : : : : :-: : : : :
Corporation. The principal use will you won't find 'your old friends. Hodges, 3:30 p. m., Tuesday. Lo-

be for housing new employees at rene Tilford at the church, time to

Published every Friday In ClewJston, the starch plant and it may be that With And another release from the I II. be announced, on Tuesday. \.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, even this number of houses -wflJ'no't Eighth AAF Bomber Station in Eng-', Boys to be remembered in prayer

inc. take up the slack. Anyway it'll bea I. land is to the effect that this week are as follows: Bill Schuler -

big help and will contribute sub- KS 1 Leroy Hare has been : S-Sgt.\\ Owen Winn, James J. Winn

Entered as second class malt matter stantially to Clewiston's growth. |te Our Boys I I first Oak Leaf Cluster to the air Louis Neky, Medford Dunaway.Let .
In
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office
Clewiston, Florida, under the, Act of medal; the presentation being made I us have some recent word from
March 3, 1897. We can all take pride in the fact I by his group commander, Colonel these presented at this service..

that Hendry County has again gone in the Hunter Harris, Jr. The official citation "God wants men big enough to

CAUR SETTLE, Publisher over the top in its Fifth War Bond 'I read, "For exceptionally', be small enough to be used of Him."

r _______ Drive with a quota of more than a meritorious achievement, ''while par

Subscription Rate-$2.50 Per Year half million dollars. It's'true, and t ticipating in many combat missionsover CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY

'On all of us realize it, that this could Service I enemy occupied Continental! CHURCH
Advertising Rates Application.
not have been possible without sub- I Europe., The courage, coolness and, David C. Hancock, Minister

stantial outside help from corpora- I skill displayed by Sgt. Hare upon

Devoted to the advancement and wel- tion security bond purchases. Notso j these occasions reflect great credit Sunday School, !0:45) a. m., Dr., C. t
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. good is the fact that our "E" ..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.':...:..: I upon himself and the Armed Forces E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes .;

.------ bond quota is going to 'be short by ._ of the United States. i iI i I for all ages.'Morning .

several thousand dollars unless we Lt. Bob Beardsley didn't wait 'I I Worship, 11:00 a. m. A

EDITORIAL get mighty busy between now and long after returning to Fort Bragg Leroy's sister, Evelyn, a WAG'I nursery for small children Is con-

NATIONAL" August 1. to send us that envelop full of II stationed at Fort Benning, Ga., isi ducted by the Mothers' Club at the

m .ASSOCIATION. *I North Carolina dirt he promised us, rapidly closing tip that gap between I Community Center.

** At the last meeting of the boardof "just for comparison with that from (her former .,position and that of 'The Limitation of God" is the

county commissioners it was decided Fort Sill." Frankly we' can see lit- i General. She now has the theme of the minister's sermon.

that the official minutes of tle difference. It must be the cli- ,a Technical Sergeant or a Sergeant I ......-

that board should be published in mate that differs.A Technician or however you say it. ..
1 I;N;N N N;N: ;N:N:N:M:N:N NON"'M:N N:N:N:N M:N:N:M;
-" both county newspapers each monthin nice letter, too, but he wonders Anyway she has three stripes on her

order that every citizen who wishes why we, took the liberty of assum- sleeve with a T underneath. :
Too Late
To Classify
On The HouseBy may very easily keep up with the ing he might be due for a "boat W

activities of this board which con- ride" Quite a natural assumptionBob Mrs. Duff this week received, a By RUSSELL KAY

D. C. S. ducts the county business. We feel we assure you and we're glad, letter from Merrell Lowe who is

that this is a most important step even if you aren't, that it isn't so. now located, at least temporarily, I ':M:H:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:M:M:N:N:N:M:N:M:M:M:N:M NI

by the board in securing and hold- I in the Hawaiian Islands. He says I

There is, of course, a first time ing the goodwill _of the people and Friends here had an interesting that over there they advertise the Either our farmers as a class are

'will effectively put a stop, to those letter this week from Lt. StanleyW. I climate and those other things an extremely ungrateful lot or they
for everything and last week was the \. 1 I lack intelligence or something,
ugly rumors which always fly about Reeder, formerly an instructorat j which Florida has so much of and
several of them. 'I otherwise they wouldn't be gripingall
first time for when people know nothing about Riddle Field, who is now sta-1| says, "there is really no comparison

The minor, things which went ,to the reasons behind certain actions of- tioned in India with the Air Trans-'I between this and the sea." He 'says I' the time over the benevolent activities (,'
of the Great White Father. f-
make it an unusual publication the commissioners. port Command, flying supplies over that Mutt Waldron is on the island I
No of
government in the history
week we shall overlook but we would -' the hump from India to China.Lt also but he hadn't yet seen him but the
world has ever established so
call attention to the happening Reeder seems to be getting he had seen Art Lawrence and Art i
many agencies designed to help the
which resulted in your getting your Around along his had seen Mutt. Merrell thinks Art
and only gripesare
Sporting very nicely I farmer as we enjoy under the pres-
News last week without the usual the rain and the food. Over will come home sometime this year ent administration.You .

printed service. Bernard there, he there is 300 inch which bears out what we have been
By MyersIf says, a know there was a time whena
Despite _a slow start and several rainfall in three months and they hearing. Anyway we hope so and farmer, strictly on his own, used

interruptions things "were going any of you took the trouble to' are quartered in grass-roofed bam- we'll be mighty glad to see him. to have to do his planning. He had
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very nicely. There were only a few figure out the little sports puzzler boo huts. These huts are fine ex- to figure: out what to plant and

papers left on the press feed-board about how a team can make six hits cept that they also serve as living An APO number was received by how much. He had to finance him-

when we discovered, to our horror, In one inning and still not score a quarters for a variety of insects and us this week for Pvt. A. J. Kinsey, I i self and then go to the bother of

that we had; omitted a story whichwe run, here is your chance to check reptiles. They have no meat to eat Jr., and from what we gather he is 1 i buying seed, fertilizer and equip- ,
to The and exist C rations in England. He has been in training -j ment. If he needed hired .
felt it was necessary run. yourself. The first two men get largely on which a man or
up
press was stopped,' forms taken off, hits and are thrown out trying to must get pretty tiresome. Over in at Fort George G. Meade, Md., I a flock of laborers to help plant and Fw ;

the front page re-made and the stretch ,them for extra bases; two China, however, he says there is for several months.. [ harvest, he did the hirin' and the-

press started again. But this time, hits, two outs. The next three bat- little to eat but eggs. fiiin'. When it came to selling his
having exhausted our' supply of We hear, also, that Lt. R. Y. produce, he sold it when or whereor
ters single to load the bases; five I
regular paper stock, which comes to hits, two outs. The next hitter linesa Parker Wilson had another let- Patterson, Jr., has left Camp Gruber, how he pleased. Some years he-
I Okla., and is on his either to I made a good profit and others he
us each week with the feature stuff hot grounder to short, the ball ter this week from Lt. J. E. Good- way
it England or Italy. Rumor has it also -I didn'tThe bad years were generally -
already printed, was necessaryfor hits the runner and the batter is bread who-is stationed in England.
that Bob is to be in observer I offset by good and if
us to use plain stock which made out but gets credit for a hit. No Gene is now in a reconnaisance an years a
unit and that doesn't mean viewing I freeze or a drought knocked him
would have had and threw out of run scores since the runner hit is squadron which he describes as
kilter the numbers. But military, parades from a grandstand. for a loop, he'd take it on the chin
'- page even the strictly a "clay pigeon" outfit withno
third out. Simple, isn't it? If ...
if I and try again, probably making-
you had a hard time tracking
you have any other explanations I'd guns and their only weapon
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH enough on another deal to moreI -
,r,: down a story or two- that were con- like to hear them. speed; says he can outrun any Ger-. rj
II. C. Meador Pastor than offset the loss. His life wasa
tinued issue did ,
your you get all of man or Jap in existence. I
gamble, it had its ups and downs,.
the local ;
news. And if of
any you Gene says he's getting his Clew-
Tuesday at Sugarland Park the but he managed to' get along pretty-
are following the continued story in iston News regularly but. doesn't Sunday School- :45A. M.
Prisoner of War Department got the well and was always admired for his
the feature section or wish it for appear to know many of the people Morning Worship-11:00: A. M.
: first leg of the 'Glades softball faith, courage, initiative and enter-
any other reason we have plenty of and while there appear to be .a Training Union-6:45: P. M.
championship when prise. From birth
they defeated the of the Nationhe
them on hand and would be glad to great many of the Clewiston boys on Evening Worship-- '8: 00 P. M.
CHS 10-7 on a wet field. The game has stood as the living symbol .
let you have one. that side he hasn't' been fortunate Prayer Service Wed.-8:30 P. M. "
was close all the way, the school of "Independence.
This is, in no sense, an apologyfor coming from. behind twice to tie the enough to meet up with any as yet. The public is' cordially invited to I Of late years the picture has;

it's to be expected that such scare Frank Harben, CHS pitcher An interesting note, also, that his attend all the services of our church. j changed. Now the. farmer find -
things happen once in whilein C. O. is Elliott Roosevelt.It's Make our church your church home
every a got himself in several holes and himself "cared for" and "lookedaiter"
even the best regulated newspaper only natural, Gene, that aftera while in our city. .
pulled out nicely except for the last as diligently and enthusiastically P-
offices. It just strikes us as rather inning. The second game of the couple of years a absence from a The Ordinance of the Lord's Sup- as if he were a babe-in-arms.
strange that it hasn't I community that there will will be observed at the evening -
happened to series will be played Friday and the growing per Today his farm swarms with "mo -

us more often. third, if necessary, Tuesday. be a lot of new names in print. But -service this next Sunday. ther's little helpers"who tell him ,

that doesn't mean that all the old- The circles of the W. M. S. will when to plant, what to plant and

An easing up of the, acute hous Final plans timers are gone by any means and meet as follows: Kathleen Mallory (Continued on Page 8)

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been authorized by that agency to will be held at Camp Osborne (if we THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. r

house defense workers in Clewiston.It can get it), a Boy Scout camp near

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Ii ,:. Sgt. and Mrs. O. I. Baird spent ,Mother's Club Holds I Foy Durrence was second high and

''I last Friday night here with Mrs. received a pair of hose. A box ot

I", Baird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Meeting Monday Night Kleenex went to Mrs. R.1.. Hare ;
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I L. Jones, before leaving for Avon I Jr., as consolation.

PERSONAL -- SOCIETY -I Park where Sgt. Baird his has been The Mother's-Club of the Com I Home made .peach ice cream and
I transferred. During station at
cake
munity Church met Monday nightat : were served to Mrs Hare, Mrs
Riddle Field they have resided in
: the Community Center with the ;Nowling, Mrs. Durrence, Mr. V. C.
Moore Haven. I
.. I president, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle., in I Woodward, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, i
charge. Mrs. Curtis Thompson and Mrs. Joe:
Mrs. Daisy Yoder was a visitor in Hall.
A very interesting program, entitled -
West Palm Beach from Saturday I

Harley Watson of Arcadia was a Miss Evadene Moree returned through Tuesday with her daughter "A Child's Bill of Rights," --.. -

f business visitor here Tuesday. Tuesday from a vacation of two Mrs. Cecile Brooks. Mr. and was given by Mrs. Ed McGowin, Jr. I I'FOR
Mrs. C. W. SALE Small
:<:,'. weeks which she spent in Lake City. Mrs. Ray Yoder of Moore Haven took Lingham gave the de- -

r- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Weeks are her .over and Mrs. Patty Nead, who votional and the' Scripture reading |House Trailer
was taken from I Cor. 13th partly
moving this week to Moore Haven. Mort Feldman and Wm. Hallockare has been visiting there returned Chapter. i

r',;, spending a vacation in New home with them that night. Pictures were taken of the group I furnished. $200.00. F.
by Mrs. A. 0. Ward which are to be '
Berka the week-end ,
Albert .
spent
York: City. --- I
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at his home in Okeechobee. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sullivan have Magazine.A i 1 trailer park,

Rev and Mrs. D. C. Hancock and returned to their home in Atlanta committee composed of Mrs. Clewiston.
:' Horace Bestor attended a water children after a visit here with Mr. Foy Durrence and; Mrs. Ezelle, was '
J" spent Friday in Miami on I'I
conservation meeting at Silver business. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery for the appointed to supply flowers for the

Springs the past week-end. ---- past week. Mr. and Montgomery hospital for the month. I I _

accompanied them to the West Coast The next meeting will be a social WANTED
By quiet
Mrs. W. C. Nall and Mrs. Everett
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson returned where they spent the week-end fishing meeting on August 14.

Wednesday from a vacation ven Casper Wednesday.were visitors; in Moore Ha- and surf-bathing at Cortez The hostesses, "Mrs. M. A. Thomas couple, two or three furnished -

visit in Marietta, Ga. Beach near Bradenton. Mr, Sullivanis and Mrs. M. L. Hutson, served light

", a brother of Mrs. Montgomery. refreshments to the following mem- i rooms for light

; -Mrs.\ C. H. Berner and Mrs., H. A. DIr and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford .'---- bers: Mrs. S. K. Swayne, Mrs. Eddie

':;+ Bestor were visitors in West Palm returned Wednesday from a vacation Mary Louise Lund Peters, Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mrs. Cur- housekeeping. No drinking

:' Beach Tuesday.Mr. trip to Providence, R. I. tis Thompson, Mrs. Ed McGowin, or pets. Call Mrs.

,' And Charles Owens Jr., Mrs. W. N. Martin, Mrs. C. W.

\ and Mrs. Tony Korwan and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Simmons spent Lingham, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs Bullington, Phone 73.

';:. Miss Myrtle Cooper spent Sunday the week-end on the beach near Married In Erie, Pa.A R. C. Granere, Mrs. C. E. Gericke,

:i: and Monday in Miami West Palm Beach. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Foy Dur-

!, wedding of considerable inter- rence, :Mrs.! J; W. Durden and Mrs.G. C
FOR La-
SALE The
k ,' ,',. Mr and Mrs. F. Deane Duff were Mrs. Hansel McDuffie left Sun- est here was the marriage of Miss H. Brown. -

y" : business visitors Monday and Tues- day tospend a two weeks', vacationat Mary Louise Lund of Erie, Pa., to Mooreton.Club building I
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-' day in Ocala. Sycamore, Ga. Charles[ B. Owens, of Clewiston. DAUGHTER BORNA ,

- ." .. which took place last Tuesday at the I stock and fixtures. For I

:::: Miss Alie Proctor Roebuck visit- Mrs. Jack Baker was discharged bride's home in Erie.: daughter, Roberta Alexis, was {;

., ed her sister, Mrs. Forrest Pearce, Wednesday from the Clewiston Mr. Owens is the son of Mrs. born Tuesday morning to Mr. and : further details call Ely {

in Okeechobee over the week-end. Hospital where' she underwent an Ruth B. Owens of Clewiston. He is Mrs. R. A. Dobbin at BuckinghamField. l
thea Elmore 271 1 I
operation the first of last week.. a graduate! of Okeechobee High phone r

.. C. J. Lovvorn returned Sunday School and for the past several years Moore Haven Fla.

;)'j, from Morehead, N. C., where he has I Miss Patricia Bailey left Mondayfor has been employed here by the MRS. R. :M.: BISHOP IS i
United States Sugar Corporation.The HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB j
X been spending his vacation. a visit with her grandparents,

: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Enslow, in young couple returned to Clew- --. I i iJohnson's
.K' .. Miss Betty Hooks left the latter Clermont.Lt. iston last Thursday and are at hometo Mrs. R. M. Bishop entertained the
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Ii?:' part of last week for Gainesville : their many friends at 401 Ar- Wednesday bridge club at her home Fish Camp ,

for a visit with :Miss Dorothy Nodine. cade Ave. this week.A .1-
I { Page Cowart of Buckingham (Near Hurricane Gate) ,
Field was.. HIP guest nf Mrs. Leah: The following account of the wed- double deck of cards went to Clewiston, Fla.
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I i.. ding is taken from the July 11 issueof Mrs. Carl Johnson, who held high I
W. C. Owen and Stanley Jordan Spicer and family over the week- Boats and l\Iotors-Guide'Servl
were business visitors in West Palm end. the Erie Dispatch-Herald:. score prize and a desk letter basket: Rates Reasonable I f

Beach Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Lund, 3545 was given Mrs. H. R. Hall as cut W. H. Johnson, Mgr. .

: ,, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and Sassafras St., announce the, marriage prize. i iT
,of their daughter, Mary Louise, Refreshments of iced tea and pear
ir Mrs. R. J., Lee and Mrs. >Ken Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., left Sunday I
i to spend couple of weeks at Fort to Charles B. Owens, son of Mrs. salad were served to Mrs. W. H.

Swayne are spending this week-end Lauderdale a Beach. Ruth B. Owens of Clewiston, Fla. Lanier Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. ..: :..:..:.:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: f
"j in West Palm Beach visiting friends
The ceremony took place on Tues- Hall, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, :Mrs. ,,John- ;: FOR ? I

and relatives. Mrs. Carl Ziler left yesterday fora I day at 2 p. m. in the Lund residence, son, Mrs J. W. Ezelle, members, Y l''

month's visit in New York City. Dr. Thomas D. Colley of the First and Mrs. Otto Larsen, a guest. :;: TAXICABS ,): I
; Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson are Methodist Church
She was accompanied by Miss Joy I officiating. Members 'i'; DAY AND XITE SERVICE :;: I
spending a vacation with relativesin of the bride's family and close ,:MRS. ETHERTOX ENTERTAINS
Summers of Moore Haven. :_;: :2..M 2.= ,(
Pensacola. friends attended the ceremony.The BRIDGE CLUB THURSDAYMrs. .!. PHONE. 18 :.

Mrs D. M. Chastain underwenta bride, who was given in marriage .: :NN:NN:NN:NNNNN:..:..:..:..:.:..:N:NNNNNNr
Misses Lillian Kinsey and Letha by her father, wore: an ice blue G. E. Etherton was hostessto
major operation at the Clewiston .. I
d'= Stacey spent the week-end in Seb- crepe: afternoon dress and carried a the Evening Bridge Club ,at her II I II
Hospital on Wednesday night of last
,ring. :', _. ,, ,j. week.'r *. bouquet of white- ,carnations. and home on :Thursday: evening of last I
-. baby's breath.. | week. i

Mr. and Mrs. Neal J. Dwyer spent Mrs. Richard Eastman, sister of Mrs. R. C. Nowling received a VIKING HOTEL31st !
Mrs. Richard Yoder has returned
. the past. week-end in West Palm the bride, attended her and chose a lapel pin as high scorer 'and Mrs. ,
' home from? the Clewiston Hos- & Collins Ave.
Beach. navy blue silk bolero suit and carried -
pital where she underwenta
recently I
.... major operation. a bouquet of yellow gladioli. ren Brown, Margie Brown, Gideon MIAMI BEACH

Malcolm McDowell of Akron, Ohio, Brown, III, Mary'Catherine, Judy Efficiencies Cnrlton Brown it Hotel, ltlar.Rooms

' Miss Jeanne O'Neal'of LaBelle attended the groom as best man. and Becky Francis, Lyn Vaughn, 1/2 block to bench and buses
The bride's mother wore a pow- Nancy and Cynthia Bolton Judy SUMMER RATES
c I has taken a position in the stenog-
raphic department of the Sugar Of- der blue afternoon dress and a gar- Curtner, H. C. Thompson, Jr., Ron- Former operators Churchill Hotel

/. ,. fice. denia corsage. nie Wiley, Margaret Louise Cato,
" For going away, the bride chosea Bobbie 'and Tommie Teston, Wanda

I brown and white dress with match.* : Meador, Danny Mathis and Lee
;., Mrs. G. E. Etherton and Glenda ,
ing accessories ,and a yellow gla- Moorman.
Sue left Saturday for Tampa for a

;; Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M. visit with her mother. While there inellia. G. M. FORD .
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Out of to'vi guests at the wed- ,
if:f( Sat. and Sun. Continuous she will undergo medical treatment.Mrs. ,MARTIX'S EPISCOPAL
ding were Mr. and Mrs. Creed CHURCH Civil Engineer and Surveyor
:t< : \ 3, 5, 7, 9 P. M. Warren
Ericksen cf Pa., and Mr.
i ;:.. M H. Walsh and son', Marty, Specializing In Everglades
W .' and Mrs. Fdmund Bergs of James- Services every Sunday at 8:30a.
and
Mrs.
i : '- Harry Langhorne left recently Surveys -
::: WEEK BEGINNING JULY 23RD town, N. Y. m.; at Clewiston Community
to spend a couple of monthsin
";',' '. Nelv York. Those who have entertained for Church. I Phone GG Clewiston, Fla. l

:> SUX. & MOX.: JULY 23 & 24 Mrs. Owens are the Misses MargaretAnn Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector. ..

1:::' "The Sullivans"Ann J. E. Beardsley attended a meet- Mahoney, 'Jeanne Marie Mat- ----------- _------- IfitP
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tis, Mrs. Richard Summersgill and f
ing of the Everglades Drainage
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':;;J;,":' Bavter- Also-ThoMitchell- District board ih Miami on Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. Gretchen former MissiLund Gingenbach.The .was grad- ,: ,: :; ; :', -- :-, : _'._ -'. ..:._", "ft. ::.:.L.I:: _._ _, ::: ':

',.:\'. Cartoon uated from Academy High School. '
W. M. Johnson and children,
i. Mr. Owens is employed by the Unit- ROOMS 1
Bill and of
Gayle, Pahokee,' and
h ?': TUES. & WED., JULY 25 & 20 Miss Sally Graham Jacksonville ed States Sugar Corporation in

.r,::" "Wintertime". I spent, Miss Sunday Florence here Graham.with their sister will Clewiston live. Fla., where" the couple With Connecting Bath, Single or Double ;

SOXJA I1ENIE
PICNIC SUNDAYA 8 miles from
Riddle-McKay
WOODY HEKMAX'S BAND Mrs. Glen, Brower and daughter,

CARTOON Penny, left recently: for Richmondto group of young people enjoyingan
Single and )
$8.00 $12.00( Double
a be near Mr. Brower who is in the all-day outing and picnic lunchat

, THURS. & FRL, JULY 27 & 28 I Navy and is stationed, probably Paradise Camp Ground on Fish-
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, permanently, at Camp Perry eating Creek Sunday were Margie Moore Haven Hoteli7.
: in TECHNICOLOR
Allen, Jo Ann Walker, Mamie Trice,

,< Miss Roberta Foy of Jacksonvillewas Carolyn Bryant, Wanda Faye Yoder,
transferred here last week from Melviu Torbert
Richard Pape, ,
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the district U. S. Engineer office to Horace Brown, Marty Waldron and i7.! "-''''' :&-

?'Ih/1f. }. :/ work in the Clewieton su -office. Sherwood Hall. '-"'-
I : C1rnER She is staying at present, with Mr.
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and Mrs. W C. Nall;
-y MARTHA JEAN XQ'IJIXGHAS
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; -Also- BIRTHDAY PARTYMartha I[ co M I I.GRAPH By P.ter'l
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NEWSSATURDAY Sgt. Robert LaFlower left recently -

j for Selma, Ala., where he has Jean Nowling celebratedher

/' JULY 29TH been transferred by the Army Air fourth birthday with a party at :::i- I DGuaranteed

Corps after serving for a year 01 her home of her parents, Mr. and

...... j. more at Riddle Field. Mrs. La- Mrs. R. C. Notfliug,. on Friday aft- ,5 .:, [ Automobile.
,f 0";; ". Flower left yesterday to join him in ernoon of last week. '
vhV
< *"', Selma. A pale blue and yellow color !; !L Repair Work'

scheme was carried out in favors
Mrs. Boyd Vorhees and Boyd, Jr., and decorations and after playing

1 \v f. were in Vero Beach over the week- games on the lawn the children were

I i V4,' 'i/, end to visit her father, H. S. Gove, served ice cream, cake, punch and f ro, HENDRYCOUNTY.
l :jJ who is at his home there on a two- gum and each received a candyfilled -

weeks' vacation. He is doing gov- jeep as a favor. A rose-bud was
Also; CARTOON: andy ernment engineering work in the placed on each child's plate. -

,' \ Carolinas. Attending were Donna- aYle Martin :..- MOTORS

,. Glenda Sue Etherton, I Lovvorn \
Mrs Gladys Stalls, Mrs. Wm. M. Cume, Lamar McLendon, jane Lee. 4 f// J\ IPCLEWISTON

k-:- : 1 Adkins and Miss Laura Skinner of Martha Christine Hare, Eric and 4 FLOrUDr ,t

rr f.i Moore Haven visited Mr. and Mrs Karl Larsen, Lief Johnson, Chris
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W. C. Nail Sunday afternoon. Miss tine Hutson. Helen Prewitt Jen

.i Chapter \o, 3nn Peggy Stalls, who had been visiting nings Ezelle, Bonnie Faye Durrence,

__ here for several days returned: home Gayle Geiger, Gene Thompson, Matthew "I take you:to the Bijou, and all you v/anna lo
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IN" PRAYER the lips ne'er'act PR.OUDLY
winning part without the

sweet concurrence of the heart. .wfltTr ??:od7Iit W.N.U.FEATU1ttS,
-Herrick. Quite Necessary

Greatness comes only to those THE STORY THUS FAR: Lieut. Col. bor, but now they were out to grab lamps back and forth. We're so He-What would I have to give
who seek not how to avoid obsta- Frank Kurtz, Flying Fortress pilot, tellsof off some fields of their own. near the target I don't want to ,use you- for just one little kiss?
that fatal day when the Japs struck In
cles but to overcome them.- the Philippines., Eight of his men are "And who was going to stop them? the radio any more than necessary. She-Chloroform.
Theodore Roosevelt.Reason's killed fleeing for shelter and Old 99, his It was up to us to try, because we And just then I spot a third plane-
favorite Flying Fortress, is demolished seemed to be the only force the about 500 feet below us and far- l\Iother-Gaod heavens, Hilda!
whole pleasure, all. the joys before It can get oft the ground. They United Nations had in that area big ther west down the canyon. Just as Do you know how to cook a

Lie in of three sense,ivords-health, escape to Australia, spend Christmas day enough to tackle the Jap fleet. I'm wondering which one it is, my Squad? Junior is bringing one
and competence. peace there, and shortly after General Brereton "We were briefed before dawn- radio operator reports that the planewe're home for dinner.
orders them to take the bombers to Java.
circling isn't Jim at all it's
-POPE told everything that was known on ,
From there they start on night for Davao, Bill
Let not thy mind run on that In the Philippines. They see a great con- about this big Jap gang of ships off Bohnaker. So we drop on That in Common ,
thou lackest as much as on what centration of ships below them-a Pearl northeast Borneo-and at 6:30: in down the canyon and sure enough, Student (looking at his report) ',
thou hast already-Marcus Au-. Harbor set.up, but fighters come up and ,the morning nine of us took off from that third plane turns out to be old, Well, I'm famous like George Wash. /'
relius. ack-ack gets hot. They maker the bomb the Malang Field. We planned to Jim. I can read his number plain ington now.BuddyHow.
run, the bombs are flicked out one by fly over the Java Sea and then in- now on his tail. Now there are threeof do you figure that?
one, the bombardier shouts "bombs land over Borneo, carrying to start us in the circle, wondering what in Student-K'cll,!went down in history
= away," and they turn and speed forborne. with an altitude of about 9,500 feet. hell has become. of the other six..
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But about eight o'clock we hit a n c haven't gOt the gas to stay in
CHAPTER IX tropical front which was a night- this golden dream castle much longer. -
Willys mare-fog so dense you could hardlysee But just then my radio operator

"I poured on every ounce of power to light the tip of your cigarette. comes in with a message from
for "When it ahead Combs, the leader. God knows wherehe %yjlr .1 i f
we had and was about to turn we saw coming ,
builds theversatile the getaway when I saw, just in each V spread out a little, so we is, but he's telling us, 'Continuing
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time that old Jim who had dropped wouldn't collide. Only we didn't to target, and he's sending it out -j.,
his bombs before I did, had already dream how dense and how long it by key, where he can use code be-
J started his turn to get off the I was going to be. cause he daren't use voice so closeto
the target as he must by now
ee. target a few seconds before me. "We'd been fighting through it on be
because most of these damn'
"The next thing I did was to call instruments, because inside that cot- Zero pilots seemed to have gradu-
down to the bombardier and the nav- ton bale you couldn't see stars or ated from
Los Angeles High School
/Light Truck igator to come on up and tell me ocean, and it took so much hard fly- and understand English as well as
/Passenger Car what we'd done to the Japs. ing that I was having my co-pilot you do."All .
tf light Tractor handle the for me. If I thought
power
"They said it had been a sight to
right, continue it is, so now
/Power Plan
I was dropping behind the rest
watch. A few of the Jap cruisersand may- we plunged back into that damned

destroyers had managed to get front-the opposite canyon wallandthe

Gather Your Scrap; & under way, and their wakes laced gray mist packed down around j..
the water in great spirals and sworlsas windshield
Throw It at Hitler they tried to dodge the bombs. my climb in that again.deathly We whitenessfirst continuedto f ,r.f.r, ,

Aside from these few, they said, one wing and then the other
we'd caught}: the Japs absolutely flat- surging into my view. I flew it
footed. If there had been enoughof for forty-five minutes and decided it JlD DAB A DAY

SNAPPY FACTS us, we could have blown a chunk was just too much to risk crashing
out of their fleet they would never into each other when we were so KEEPSP OIiW e9 Y

ABOUT have recovered from. J close to the target. So without any

I "As it was, they had watched four message to Jim or Bill I decided I'd Nsw cream positively stops
direct hits on a Jap battleship seen spread out. I flew 45 degrees for underarm
WJriRUBBER pieces of debris flying in every direction l1t thirty seconds, then back thirty Perspiration Odor

and smoke starting to billow more seconds, and then continued on 1. Not stiff not messy-Yodora spreads just
up. In addition to this, our 1 the old course-flying on instruments like vanishing cream! Dab it on-odor gone I

squadron had sunk three smaller of course. But now that we 2. Actually soothing dora can be used c; ,i
. Back in January American craft-two cruisers and a transport. were staggered both in altitude and right after shaving.
troops recaptured from the "They said our bomb pattern had 1t in interval it wasn't so bad. 3. Won't rot delicate fabrics.
the first invaded rubber-
Japs producing land. They took I churned the whole area white with r "Finally we broke out into the 4. Keeps soft I Yodora does not dry in jar.No
possession of Saidor in New spouts of foam and what few ships (1t clear at 27,000 feet at a quarter after waste;goes far.
Guinea with its 300 acres of had their power up were running ten and discovered we had lost interval Yet hot climate tests-made by nurses-
rubber trees. All Saidor rub around like crazy. They said thou- 1 only by a very little. But I prove this daintier deodorant keeps under
ber normally goes to Aus- sands of skilled personnel had been was groggy-we'd been on oxygenfor arms immaculately sweet-under the most
tralia. killed or drowned and also that four and a half hours already. severe conditions. Try Yodora In tubes or
we had torn hell out of the dock "We were getting close to the target jars-10f.{ 30#, GO?. McKesson, & Bobbins
Informed rubber officials Insist that Inc.,
workers and docks at Davao Harbor. Should climb Bridgeport Connecticut.
':: when peace comes, our synthetic now. we higher?
(;" rubber plants will be just as vital "Only, I don't have time to gloat There wasn't much point because if
,, : to the security of the American long, for something approaching us we did, that overcast layer might 4YODOA5DEODORANT ".,
people as they are during the war from ahead catches my eye through thicken so that we couldn't see the
period. They say that the amountof the windshield. It's practically fly- r target, and we'd have to come down
post-war synthetic which will be ing our course and our altitude except # below it to unload. CREAM
made In this country after the war R III
will depend upon the total world that it's off to the left. But am I "But where's Bill Bohnaker? I
demand for rubber and upon the I! seeing a ghost? It can't be what I look back and see that he's very

crude prices established by pIano think it is, a Messerschmitt 110, the S slowly peeling off. I wonder why. Sale! Men's Work ShoesRebuilt
; tation operators. kind that Ernst Udet told me all Probably supercharger trouble. ThenI

' about in Berlin when I visited therein ; think to myself, 'There he goes Sturdy Soles Army and Shoes.New Heels. O49 a
t7RHEUMATIC 1934. There can't be a Messer- and I'd hoped maybe at least threeof All Sizes Brown Only

schmitt 110 in this 'hemisphere, us could go in together.' Becausein DRESS Send OXFORDS$1 with order.$1.99
M but what else could it be with that my mind is that rain-check idea Satisfaction or Money Back.i'roeNewblg1amUycatalo&-..
tail -the score isn't settled and if j : .!
split ? yet FARMERS MAIL ORDER HOUSE r
"He doesn't alter his course andI that target is open at all, I've madeup 628 Broadway. Dopt. 10a
4a don't alter mine; and after he's The gallant Dutch are burning up my mind I'm going in. And I New York 12, N.Y.

passed the point where I could setup their Borneo oil ,fields. think to myself, 'Here we go again

a collision course with him I be I would get lost and have to go Jim, just you and me.' Invest in Liberty ftft

begin to come to my senses, to realize over the target alone which by now "About this time I hear a gusvrvsr
that I'm the pilot of a Flying we knew was a dangerous business, on Combs' ship-they've broken radio Buy War Bonds

Fortress and my job is to get home !. I'd say to him, 'All right give me a silence, which means they're on
safely with these boys and this little more mercury now-about four the target-saying, 'Lots of enemy
plane, which was never designed to inches.' Then when I'd catch a fighters sighted!'
in dogfights with Messer- "But they're still far ahead out
engage glimpse of the plane ahead I'd say: -
'. PEPTOISMOL
D schmitts. I 'Okay, now you can bring it back to of sight. Here we are again in '

"We got back to Malang feeling i thirty inches. We're sitting okayIcan a staggered attack-the stragglersto
pretty pleased with ourselves," said see him fine. And I could for a bear the brunt of it.
Frank, "and I personally felt I minute or so. "The 'weather gets crazier and '
had made headway settling old crazier-these enorm.ros tufts not
my "Without warning I break into the -
; PAIN Philippine score. But in Java we clear. I haven't climbed over that stratified at all, but flouting around
found there were troubles ahead at almost any altitude. And my copilot -
cloud, but instead have flown out
Need not Spoil your Day-Qst after it NowDon't to be fascinated 5Znu
and the least of these that seems by a c
was our of one of the walls of an enormous O .
off to
put getting 0-2223 relieve A7 ,
Navy was accusing us of bombing big black one that isn't shaped quite
pain of muscular rheumatismand cloud canyon and am now flying '
other rheumatic pains. Caution: their ships. They didn't say any of around in the clear air between the like a thunderhead. It might be 46 ups '
Use only as directed. First bottle them had been hit, just that they'dhad precipices. one of those Dakota tornado funnels.,
back if not satisfied. Be gentle with upset stomach.Don'tadd
purchase price
only it doesn't revolve.
beat off '
to attack
an and it
60c and $1.00. Today buy 02223WOMENY "Ahead of me looms the other can- to the upset with overdoses of
he
: occurred to that this "Then suddenly says staringat
me might explain it's antacids or harsh physics. Soothing
wall. Maybe thirty miles
yon it: 'Hell Frank, that isn't a cloudat
all those fireworks which came PEPTO-BISMOL. is not laxative, not
whooping up under our chins through away, maybe fifty-you can't ever all-look!' I follow his finger, and antacid. It helps calm and soothe
DI the overcast that night over the judge the distance of a cloud, be- down at the base of that cloud, on upset stomach.Pleasant to the taste
: R'4.0s cause they don't come in standard the is -children like it. Ask druggistfor
Celebes Sea. But we were never ground, a crackling flamingoil your .
,_ sure. sizes. But cloud canyons like this field! The gallant Dutch are PEPTO-BISAIOL when your stomach &

"'. Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? "So we said, 'Then why don't you one are one magnificent sight that scorching the earth for fairburning is upset.
never see any place except in A NORWICH PRODUCTIRRITATIONS
If you suffer from hot flashes, feel ell us where your ships are goingto you up their Borneo oil fields rightin iN
all weak duo nervous to the, a functional bit blue at"middleage" times- : be?' but it seemed that had never the high skies. the face of the advancing Japs,
period peculiar to women-try- been done-a ruling from the Navy "I am wondering if old Jim is millions of dollars' worth of it. Imag-
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Department in Washington. I guess also looking at all this when sud- ine all of East Texas crackling and I OF
Taken to regularly-PInkham's relieve such symptoms.Com- those guys must take some kind ofa denly his voice comes out of no- pouring black smoke'into the sky. SP..K U b EXTERNAL CAUSE _

a pound helps build up resistance oath to where into my earphones. "We to watch billion '
against such bomb-sight never tell anything can't stop a Acne pimples, eczema, factory derma- .'
Plnkham's annoying Compound symptoms.Is made to anybody who doesn't wear 'Connally to Kurtz,' he is call- dollars go up in black smoke. titis,Simple.ringworm, tetter,salt rheum,
especially for women-it helps nature black shoes. ing. The Dutch are doing their job and bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
: and that's the kind I out skin. Millions reliovo itching, burn-
F of medIcIne '
tt to buy Follow label directionsLYDIAEPINKHAM'SSS. "But plenty more was going on. 'Kurtz answering Connally I' we have ours, which just now is ing and soreness of these miseries with
(:t developed that our smash at the say. scanning for fighters. I realize that simple homo treatment. Goes to work at
Jap fleet in Davao had been al- 'Have you broken into the clear in this weather and so close to the once. Aids healing, works the antiseptio
Usa Black and White Ointment onlyas
to most too successful. Because Davaowas yet?' he asks. target they might be anywhere, only way.directed. lOc, 25c. liDo sizes. 25 years'
no longer a safe base for them 'Into the clear, Jim at 14,500. for some reason I never think of success. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin

; FOR QUICK RELIEF they had apparently boosted up Now I'm turning onto 270 degrees.' them when my No. 1 starboard en- cleansing Black and is good White!Skin oa.p. Soap Enjoy daily.famous -
their schedule by two or three That means I'm turning west to fly gine starts jumping around in its
, :, '" weeks. Our reconnaissance went down that canyon to see if I mount, rattling the whole plane."I .

Soothing, r clear up to the Davao area and reported can't catch sight of Jim, whose voiceis only curse' my luck and ask, 'If
i"A ANTISEPTIC S A LV I;. nothing there; then we found so loud in my ears. Suddenly we were going to have engine trouble ?II IuS
,' :Used by thousands with satisfactory few out the whole'gang had moved out I see a single Fortress ahead therein why in hell couldn't it have t rot MIIOI scat AID fins OF
,,' suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. together and they were off the coastof the canyon. I pick him up when been on the way home instead of RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
:;- Spurlock-Neal. Get Carboil Co.,at Nashville drug stores, Tenn.or write Borneo, moving down into Macassar the reflecting sun hits his uptilted now, when we're about to begin our ,uy _
Strait, and it was clear they wing. He is circling. run over the target?'
" intended to clean out Borneonotonly 'I think I see you Jim,' I call. "I watch the oil pressure drop MCNEIL'S
because of our advance bases 'Continue to circle.' I head toward sickeningly, and still it doesn't dawnon

SALESMAN WANTED there, but ,because they wanted the the plane and fall in on its wing me what hit that motor. I'm
rich oil fields at Tarakan and Balak- continuing the long slow circle in- just sore at it for letting me down.
A man with agricultural background. papan on the eastern coast of Bor- side the canyon in the hope we'll pickup And-also, what will I do-nurse it
willing organization travel.has Large opening,nationally for capable known neo, where the oil is so rich they say some of the others, and won't along by feathering it, or see if I
intelligent man. Good opportunity for you can pump it right into the bunk- have to go in on the target alone. can't give it maybe 1,000 RPM's Large Bottlel SIllS nni.=i)'122-Small SUe 60c
adranccment.Salary and expenses. ers of ships. Of course they'd built Meanwhile the radio operators of (revolutions per minute) while I push *CAITUI) : DIE OUT IS CHECH*
Box 234 Western he-vpaper Detroit AT 111 COOO BUDS SIGHS if IT VAIl.lictlft II(|tlciXelEll
Union l up big oil reserves which they had the two planes have started talkingto the other three up to 2,600, : Slit CO.. I.e.JKHOimiE t, FLOtlOtf
bought from us before Pearl Har.c each other by winking their Aldis (TO BE CONTINUED),



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1 J ANOTHER e information on various subjects ?

; ,' .' By CHERIE NICHOLASi' ., ., .,. .. .
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GE SCREEN ADIQ The Questions 7. What bird is mentioned most

frequently in the Bible?
By VIRGINIA VALE 1. Approximately how much of
Released by Western Newspaper Union. the total land acreage of the Unit- The
Answers __
of the war's most incred- ed States is covered with forests?

ONE ventures, the drive of 2. What is a peccadillo? 1. Approximately one-third of

I General "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell 3. When was FDR first inaugu- the United States is covered with
rated? :lorests.
i to retake the ,Burma road, is 4. With what group of men is the 2. A petty fault. '

I shown in this month's "Marchof name Ethan Allen-associated? 3. March 4, 1933.

Time." It's called "Back Doorto 5. What physical force throws 4. The Green Mountain boys.

Tokyo." You'll see American people off revolving turntables at 5. Centrifugal force. .

boys flying the "hump," the amusement parks? 6. Both were admitted to the

world's most dangerous air route; 6. What state, North or South Union on the same day, November -'.
you'll see Merrill's Marauders on Dakota, was admitted to the Union 2, 1889.

the attack and General Chennault first? 7. Dove.

with his forces. MOT's ace camera-

turned man, Victor in an Jurgens outstanding, has photo-again You Can Easily! Make This ComfortableLawn

graphic scoop, portraying a mili- I
tary feat so gigantic that it's an Chair; Has a Removable Back: .

important historical event.
,,
..Jia .-
HIGH HEADREST BACK fortable ,to sit in and good to look;,
"Days of Glory" isn't a world- MAY BE LIFTED OFF at. The removable back makes iti.
beating picture, but RKO feels FOR WINTER { '
STORAGE easy to move around and to store'
pretty sure that it launches a new for the winter.
rrr rcs'i' / /
male star-Gregory Peck, who "has'I i 1f .
ears like Clark Gable, and is too j
NOTE-Mrs. Spears has prepared a.
tall and broad-shouldered to be
/il. /ri com-
r large sheet with working diagrams; com-,;
WIDEARMS plete list of materials; dimensions and:
step-by-step directions for cutting and as-'
sembling this chair. Ask for Design 269
and enclose 15 cents. Address:


,
:.. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
GOOD (Bedford Hills New York ,
PROPORTIONS !: i" COMFORTA8.ESTRAIGHT
Drawer 10 j I
CUTS TILT TO !
EASY CONSTRUCTION SEATnot Enclose 15 cents for Design No. 269. !

< 43 : WHY make a week-end Name ............................... I I

project of putting together a AddressVACATION ...............,.............. .
I /3 '404 y/,. / ti. couple of comfortable chairs with iA iJf j
J the special features shown here?

!f: .:., .{s 0sY /s' You don't have to have a fancy ,
I ;;o' 4.. y. r workshop. The whole job may be
c :' ;::; f done out in ,the yard or on the l
7 COO 1 1J
cut comfortable arethe
porch. Just three stock widths of
f, \ shorts costumes which are 1 i. lIl lumber are needed; all the cuts 1I

i regarded as being both practicalt" ; are straight and the pieces maybe I I
and
eminently style-correct for nailed or screwed together.But I
sports and leisure this "'.w''.v"<' h U .w. """ ""'>;
wear sum- I
the
: really important thing
, mer. The widespread enthusiasm sleeved and short-sleeved shirts, I about this chair is that it is com- '
I for these utilitarian outfits is part which have the practical advantageof GREGORY PECK
:I of the back-to-the-sun movement so retaining their.original whitenessno f

I notable ia this year's warm-weather matter how often they are tubbed, fortable in,, an ordinary chair." i

i fashions. or cleaned. These white classics are Proof of, his drawing power is the I
I Designers are styling this season's with shorts'in
I frequently teamed fact that a wave of excitement ran
, shorts outfits so cleverly that linen-textured spun rayon in solid through the studio when he appeared -

becoming versions are provided for pastels or high color. They are and Ginger Rogers asked to I
all figure types. These smart abbreviated also shown with shorts of plaid or have him in one of her pictures. J I

r.4 costumes for busy or idle plain checked taffeta, printed or ",,

hours follow the current theme of monotone fine rayon shantung, and Metro is cooking up another of
slenderized lines with nicely in- mannish corded rayon weaves.,
spun those pictures in which various episodes -
dented waistlines for figure flattery.A Centered in the group pictured, will be written by famous I
characteristic feature of this summer's crisply tailored shorts of gleaming ,
authors, with Metro's biggest stars
I;,i shorts is that they are cut taffeta; checked in red, white and appearing in each. Called "The
on fabric-saving lines. The new- slack combine beautifully with the "
Common Sin, it will have Carey !
this-season types are no wider than newly popular classic shirt in snow- Wilson as producer. The first writer

your hips, whether they be pleated, white rayon to make striking costume signed for a single episode is IN COOL, SCENIC GRANDEUR ABOVE THE CLOUDS I

slightly flared or boyishly creased ; for either active sports or for I. A. R. Wylie. SWIM, GOLF, RIDE HORSEBACK, DANCE, HIKE
-' front and back, so as to achieve the loafing decoratively outdoors in ",. Come, live and enjoy the refreshing luxury of this WORLD FAMOUS ,
much desired tapered silhouette. --;;. RESORT. No need of your own automobile.Lookout Mountain Hotel..
warm weather. After years of diligently preparing cabs meet all trains and buses in nearby Chattanooga.Swimming pool,
: Fabrics play an important role in The eye-thrilling shorts costume, himself for that elusive motion golf, archery,tennis, beauty and gown shop. America's most beautiful.."
the success of the new shorts cos-' patio open evenings with dancing beneath starlit skies to the famous
shown
the left
: tumes. Fine rayon weaves and attractive to presents a most picture break, a young Oakland Lookout Mountain Orchestra. Rates $14.00 and up daily,including
..". intriguing novelty in way of a Junior college graduate got it; he'sGreg meals, tennis and swimming privileges. (Special family and seasonal
mixtures of rayon and /wool short-sleeved shirt which has a McClure, 26, and he 'landed rates.Write to Lookout Mountain Hotel, Lookout Mountain,Tenn.

or rayon and cotton provide a wide new and striking target-back motif, the role of John L. Sullivan in LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL JOHN'NearChaHanooqa.TennesN
variety of materials. Plain fabricsare LlTTLEGREEN.ManageJ
the same achieved by a clever cut- I Bing Crosby's production, "The
teamed with
print or woven
pat- ting and manipulation ofdeep Great John L." He's worked as a
tern fabrics for I
interesting con
green and white striped fine rayon salesman, longshoreman, laborer on I
trast. Note with what chic the trio
crepe. This target-designed shirt a railroad, and farmhand; finally he
of shorts
costumes illustrated make teams nicely with tailored shorts of. went to dramatic school at night
fabric contrast their
theme. Fine
corded rayon and cotton weave. and worked during the day.
rayon crepe in a novelty striped Some of the most flattering shorts :E--
print of russet tones against white
costumes for women who wear
Because film babies allowedto
makes are
the attractive '
vagabond skirtof
larger sizes, as well as for young-
work before the camera for only '
the
pictured slender to the silhouetted right. The costume slightly sters who like to keep their dress- short intervals between long rests, _& "80.6 of sufferers showed
ing problems simple, include sepa- Warner Bros. is saving productiontime
li flared skirts of
are spun rayon rate skirts of either 4
matching or for
by casting twins a single
basket cloth in a solid russet tone.
.
contrasting fabrics, which button on in "
r role in "Christmas Connecticut, c
Snowy white rayon crepe is a to make the outfit do double duty the Barbara Stanwyck-Dennis Mor- : ; CLINICAL IMPROVEMENT
popular medium for both long-
for boardwalk
shopping or
wear. gan comedy. The twins, just eight
Fine rayon jersey, which resists months old, are Sandra Lee and

wrinkling and packs beautifully, is Susan Lee Taylor.

Accessory Lure a tile favorite vacation medium costumes.Sun for. these versa- ;: after only 10-day treatment

September will be ,a busy month
with
worshippers trim
figures for Xavier Cugat, who's heard as.
,J and with an urge to get their full "Your Dubonnet Date" maestro with
T 7 7 rf daily quota of vitamin D are at- I
over MBS Wednesday nights. He'llmake f.'i J.lllill]
ar team tracted brief to shorts trousers outfits with pretty which two one-week theater appear- I : !

halter or bra tops of romanstripedor ances, open at a smart Hollywood
night spot, and begin work in
r//Pi floral printed fine rayon jersey, Metro's "Week-End at the Wal-
flatter Foster D. Snell, Inc., well-known consulting -
cleverly draped to and with "
dorf. chemists, have just completed a test
straps that can be slipped off for .
with of and 'S.
;:< a group men women suffering :%
all-over shoulder tanning. from Athlete's Foot. These people
were
remember
Ever to the
try namesof
Released by Western Newspaper
Union. told to use Soretone. At the end of only a
'
those fantastic characters Garry ''
ten-day test period, their feet were examined
r Moore talks about on the Moore-
Flower : by a physician. We from
I Trimming for r/; quote the
II I Durante airshow? They're Twinkle- report:
toes Gooch Rancid Crumknuckle,
Charming NecklinesIf Elvira Smoop, Arbutus Cronksquodgit ; p; "After the use of Soretone according to 4

fa.: r/ Schmilldwidder Funk and the directions on the label for
there is one thing more than '';.'::{' a period'
another that should be considered in Farnsfinsendindles Crud! --i :o:; /: > < of only ten days, 80.6% of the cases
--7r--
H v r choosing a new frock, it's a flatter- ";;"]1:0'\ : 11; showed clinical improvement of an infection '
ing neckline. No detail is Alan Young, who's heard Wednes-
more essential :' "
.
than a neckline that is that day nights on NBC at nine, EWT, 'l f il .tj *. which is most stubborn to control. .

_u_", ,wrrren.4It's becoming you're sure to look your crashed radio 'at 15, in a 15-minute ft::.r 4ft1; Improvements were shown in the symptoms
:
prettiest no matter how simple and show for which he was paid $2.50a .] J7.. >;.;..: .fL:. :{:, of Athlete's Foot-the itching, born
accessories that count this inexpensive your frock. Dresses this week. He played dozens of charac- '' '..if%:' .:He': log'UUess,eta The report says: : \
season. One basic black gown and summer noted for their ters, got a raise of 50 cents after .. .>. '
are charm- ::'>
f "In' Soretone is of .
f .i our opinion definite
?
a generous supply of lovely lacy ing necklines. If you have a frock 26 weeks, asked for more, and was .. .... ,.J::::?::" very
S. neckwear together with fetching with a simple low-cut square or fired. He formed a vaudeville act ? \r.11 .,) benefit in the treatment of this

jewelry accents, also artificial flow- deep U-neckline, with a little in- with his sister, things went well, {;:. disease, which is commonly known as

ers galore now that the vogue for genuity you can add little touches then she married. He returned to % 'Athlete's Foot':"

wearing flowers has been revived, : to it that lends to its charm. For a radio, and real success came quickly S'
: and one can dress to occasion with pretty effect try a flower-trim. Makea after that. So if Athlete's Foot troubles you don't temporize '<
Get SORETONE! McKesson Rob-
perfect ease and assurance. This lei of --X &
flowers by sewing one ,
bins,Inc.,Bridgeport,Connecticut
.fJ:', year it's the rose that is the favor- single blossom after another alonga In addition to his newly-won sing-

::, ite flower of fashion. A rose on your wee tape or cord. Flat daisies are ing laurels as host of the "Broad- 4r:

hat, in ,your hair, at your waistline the easiest to handle but you can way Matinee" airshow, baritone
. or worn as a shoulder corsage is use miniature, gardenias or roses. Ronald Graham will probably win
, playing a glamorous role in adding For gala occasions you can baste some more when hiv; latest film
the touch that tells to milady's this chain of flowers about the low venture, "Ladies in Wcshington," is i--1_

summer costume. neck of your dress. released. _



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Too Late To Classify- gling to provide him with tools and (1033 XO'l'ICF.TO Probate Act CRKDITOKS Sees. 110, 120) I I his BORHENPOHL wife. Oakville and, Illinois DALLA; GUST BOR- way ..._...__.. _.-_:..,.._..,...._._._.._..is 43 33
another is busy SE% of NEW, less right of
machinery while I RT3NPOHG. his Wife, MARTHA way --....?...-.-......... .. 15 43
Continued from Page 4 sending every available plow and IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY BORRENPOHL MARQUARD and NE% of SE%, leNs--- riehTof 33
( JUDGE, EDWARD MARQUARD her hus-
Russia Timbuctoo. The HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA. way and less
railroad
liow much to plant. His needs in tractor to or IN Pn0"l'.TE. band, and WALTER BORREN of way ....-. ... right.. .._t 43 "-
sthe of farm equipment and supplies Board of Health fights to keep him In re: Estate of POHL and ELLA BORRENPOHL, SE% .of SW%-, leTTrfght ",of 33 :

way determined by a flock of well and on the job and another bureau JOHN ELMORD Deceased.TO his CLARA wife, Venedy, Illinois ; and way -.-.........-.._....____._.___15 43 33
are ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS BORRENPOHL TWEN- NEy4
of
SE1A,
won't let him have. a battery less right ofNW3
'College professors and university HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS HEFAL and PAUL TWENHKF- \ -.-.---...... __._15 43 33
for his flashlight so he falls and AGAINST SAID ESTATE: AL. her husband, Gorham, Illi- of S E'J4, less------
into
work themselves right of
graduates who breaks his leg, tendin' the cows on a You and each 'of you are hereby nois, as thc heirs, of \VilliamBorrenpohi way .._..-. -.--- .. _____16 013 33
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a lather humped over a flattoped notified and required to present any deceased; the heirs, S\V1j ofWay SEy,, less
desk or slumped in a chair in a stormy night. For everything he claims and demands which you or devisees, grantees creditors or _.- ... .right.. of_.16 43 33
can do there are as many more that cither of you, may have against the other parties claiming by, through, I SEW of SErVs s 7feht of
conference room. estate of John Elmore, decease late under or against William Bor- way __._..... IK
he can't. There isn't a one of these of said the renpohl, deceased 43 33
The 'only trouble with all this County to : Tract 8A as 8 shown on TrYSuV?
that countless boards or bureaus but of Hendry County Florida, at his office GEORGE AZOO who is not division plat .'recorded In
paternalism is there are so need In the court house of said Countyat known to be either dead or alive, Plat Book 2, '
many good folks "looking after" the what can prove the imperative LaBelle, Florida, within eight I and if alive MRS. GEORGE dry County Records page 68. Hen-
of its service' and convince any rea- calendar months from the time of the AZOO, his wife, and if dead, the In being
farmer, all operating independently SWyt of _,.._.:...__.____. 7 43 ti
that without them, first publication of this notice. Each unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, Tract 21.as shown
that their efforts conflict. Two or sonable person claim or demand shall be in writing, ; grantees, creditors: or other par- Farms Estate on National -
three concerned with "helping" him the fool farmers would go broke ina and shall state the place of residence ; ties claiming by, through, underor recorded In Plat Book Plat 4,
and better His week and starve to death.I and post office address of the claimant I against the said George Azoo; page 61, Lee County Rec-
.produce more crops. the and shall be sworn to by the WILLIAM H. WOODWARD and ords and
urged to "double" his yield plant thought I had heard all claimant, his agent, or his attorney MRS. WILLIAM H.. WOODWARD, I Plat recorded re-subdivision In Plat Book

more food raise more pigs and hatch i complaints and gripes the farmers and any such claim or demand not so his wife, 140 Valley Road, Webster 2. page 68, Hendry County w
filed shall be void.ELTHEA Grove, Missouri; ,
could think up but last week I en- Records ___ 7 43 34
Others wishing to '
more biddies. ELLIS ELMORE. AH claimants under any of the has been filed against _
protect his market, insist that he countered a new one. A Lake As administratrix of the Estateof above parties and all parties haying The s"Iia pending you.the Circuit
farmer up in Pasco County As executor of the Last Will or claiming any interest in Court of the Twelfth
Linsey Judicial
If he Circuit
plow under. every third row. raised and Testament of John Elmore, ( or to the real poperty. herein- of 'Florida in and for
went ahead and Hendry County
needs help to harvest a crop afterit claims he I deceased. after described: and Is styled "Sugarland
is produced the Employment Ser- more food crops like he was urgedto July 21, 28, Aug. 4, 11.IN BE ADVISED that a suit for the District, a public quasi corporation Drainage
foreclosure of the lien of
do but the government with its Sugarland under the laws of the State of Florida
vice will send him all the men he I Drainage District taxes outstanding Plaintiff, v. J- ;
B.
Hendry et aI.. Defendants
-
needs. But before any of them can ]I Chinsegut Hill Sanctuary and the against the following described land ." "
TILE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE situate, lying and being in IT
Hendry IS
Use Land Projectare ORDERED
reach him, another agency has taken Withlacoochee TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County, Florida: in that you. the defendants -
inducted raising and protecting so many FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ,HENDRY the suit are required to
them to a war plant or they are S. T. R file an appearance in such
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY Sth of N% of NWU ..__._..12 proceeding
in the armed services The chicken hawks, owls opposums, NO SW% of NE% south of Nine 43 32 on that the In 21st day of August, 1944 and
; is wild cats, coons, and skunks that Mile Canal default of your appearing, the
wild life bureau busy protecting less right of allegations of ".
fish and game 'so he can go hunting they've got all his biddies, eaten up SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT a SE way ...---.__....;...________._.n 43 33 of taxes filed the In said bill for cause foreclosure-will be

I.. for food, whileanother his Victory Garden and left him at public quasi corporation under the Mile% of NE%, south of Nine I taken as confessed by you; this order
.and fishing Canal, less of
right
laws of the to foe
published
State of Florida, ,
:agency keeps him from accidently the point of starvation. He can'tget Plaintiff, way .--...____.__..__...__._ .ll 43 33 consecutive weeks once In a THE week CLEWIS-for four
himself or deliberately shells to shoot them or flash- v. NE U of SE>4 south of, Nine TON NEWS
shooting

Committing suicide by not letting light batteries to hunt 'em down at J. B., HENDRY, Defendants.et al.. way Mile .Canal.....--.._less_.__right__._of_.n 43 33 Office'DONE City AND of ORDERED LaBelle, at Florida the Clerk's, this

shells for his shot night nor even rubber for a sling NOTICE TO APPEARTO NA.. of SEU, less right of 15th day of July. 1944.
him have any at way "..__.._. ..__.___...??.._.....__.._.11 43 33 (CLERK'S SEAL
shot and he's thrown every stone : :PAUL BROWN LAND COMPANY )
The marketing bureau helps SWii
gun.: of SE14, less Road .._11 43 33 I WM. T. HULL
'; him get a better market and make 'em he can find on his place, and a dissolved Florida corporation, SEii of SEi/i less Road _...11 43 33 I. Clerk of said Circuit Court.
;. and the unknown assigns, suc- NEVl of NEU, less Road and
whether he
to know By INEZ
more money and the OPA puts a now he wants cessors in interest, trustees or less right of way ..._._,.___.15 43 33 EVANS MERSIION MAGILL& SAWYER Deputy Clerk.
i veiling on his produce to keep himr should go on relief or 'write his con- any other party claiming by NWM. of NEVi less.Road and I Miami. Florida ,

from having to pay too much income gressman in an effort to get some through, under or against: said less right of way >._...:__..15 43 33 Solicitors for Plaintiff ,.
where he named dissolved corporation; S\V1% of NEJ4, less right of I July 21, 28 Aivg. 4, 11.
kind of government job,
tax. Another agency is, strug- a PAUL BROWN 818 Olive Street, I
can spend his time annoying other St. Louis. Missouri, G. A. RAD- ,

folks for a change and not have to FORD 3234 Weisberg Drive,

-- worry himself to death trying to North. M,, KELLER St. Louis, ,4 Carrswold Missouri ,andA. St. 11lH'!' lIIIIIIIIIIIIII M IIII!!111/111/ i lIIiI HilI I!III'' IIIIIIIIIIIIII 'r;:;IIIIII! II III II i1fti 1111111111- II I i Vt..11 n"IIIIIIII II 11111 IIIIIII ''fi III!

Louis Missouri, as Directors of .
make an honest living.
T. M. WEEKLEY'S said dissolved corporation, and ..: :
Trustees of the assets thereof; Y
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NOTICETallahassee JOSEPH J. FISCHER, Who is ,. ?

: FURNITURE STORE Florida, June 10, 1044 not and known if alive.to MRS.be dead JOSEPH or alive, J. :: Help Provide Mote Guns :

r FISCHER, his,_wife and if dead
NOTICE is hereby given that the the unknown spouse, heirs, de- :k y -
TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT ,
visees ?
grantees, creditors _
or
Y/f /k/ .
State of .. r'S '
Dealer in NEW and USED Florida, offer. for FUND sale of to the be sold to other under parties, claiming by, through, ,... 'l.I '...'
bidder, in Tallahassee, or against said Joseph. J. f
the highest ? ,
+;. :I FURNITURE Florida; at 12:00 o'clock: NOON, Au- Fischer; .. BUY 'f' .\.,
gust 1, 1944, the following lands. In THOMAS LYNN R. C. HEALY ,f. 'l. "
t' Dell Trade HENDRY C Ilf TN3)ateof Florida: and L. M. VREELAND, Trusteesof f 2A :l. ..' 'f
Buy, or North Section the National Farms Estate, '.' WAR f ,
.. Three (3), who are not known to be either ,o.. ? ;..,
:k' South Half (S%) of Section Thir- dead or alive, and if dead, the unknown R 'f'
r a Spring Construction Velour teen (13), I spouses, heirs, devisees, :; -. W\ 1 :?: '
Upholstery Living Room North Half (N%) of Section FifTownsh'ip grantees, creditors or other par- BONDS 'r
teen (15) ties claiming 'by, through, underor 1
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,' Suite Forty-six (46) South w 'l. I
against said named parties: '_ from income
{ ; Range Thirty-one (31) East, NATIONAL FARMS ESTATEand X "
l Centaining 960 acres, more or y ?
i; LAWN SET the unknown Trustees thereof -
less. and all parties claiming by, X Xf
This Notice is published in com- PM r "
through, under
ROOM SUITE Sections 253.12 and 253.12, or against National 'f' OFFICIAL 2 ,J'f'
( 8 PIECE DINING pliance with Farms Estate including .gi. .;
PHOTOGRAPH "
Statutes 1941. .
Florida The Trustees reserve the right to reject persons who operate. or do busi- 'f' C. U. S. ARMY i ). : \
DRESSERS WITH .l\. rnnoRSr' ness or have operated or. done "
i any and all bids. :_: SIGNAL CORPS fnt ";
BY ORDER of the Trustees of the business under said name; I .)
;: Next To Carson's Store Internal Improvement Fund. R. C. HEALY, L. M. VREELANDand :f: Wi & '. 4i
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, THOMAS LYNN Trustees ,iI {. ':
;,. LaBelle Florida Governor. who are not known to be either
Attest: dead or alive, and if alive. MRS. :f: 'i' _' .:'1
F. C. Elliot, SecretaryTrustees.. I R. C. HEALY. MRS L. M. VREE .f. 't' :"
June, 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, 1944. LAND and MRS. THOMAS LYNN, .

(" ________________ ---- i their wives, and if dead, the unknown }.f.. ..7Y
i spouses heirs, devisees, i
f' ; SURF COTTAGES NOTICE TO CREDITORS grantees, creditors or other par-
1033
Probate Law Y
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ties by, through under or against b
::' RIGHT ON THE OCEAN said named parties; .. 'f'y

:' : Vacation spot close to home. STATE OF FLORIDA R. H. JOHNSTON, who is not .f. 'f' "'-iii'
Nine miles north of the Palm COUNTY OF HENDRY known to be either alive 'or dead ,f. ..__"' 'f' '
Beaches, on U. S. Highway No. 1. You and each of you are hereby. noti- and if alive MRS. R. H. JOHNS- .:. 'f' /'!ol'i'

Our Coast Guard lease has i expired fied mants to which present you any, or claims either and of you de-, TON, his wife,.,and if'' ,dead, the .. :>... J' ::: :.
,
and '
we are- now open. unknown heirs f
spouse devisees,
may have against the estate of Hiram ..
Due to conditions we will oper- Gill deceased late said grantees creditors or other parties .. 'f' :"''.'5
Angus of to- I
ate on the American plan. Reser- (
claiming by, through underor
Hen- ,.
County, to the County Judge of .
vations will be with -'f. I
a
necessary against said R. H. JOHNSTON f. ,
of dry County, Florida, at his office in ; 'f'
minimum a 2-day reservation.Our '
O. T. RUSSELL and O.
20 the court house at LaBelle, Florida, MRS. y
capacity to 25 guests. I
T. RUSSELL, his wife, Manhattan -
within eight calendar months from the y
You will the food
enjoy rest relaxation -
f swimming and surf fishIng date of the first publication of this Kansas; y
:; along with the home atmos- notice. Each claim or demand must be JOHANNA BORRENPOHL. widow -
i I phere. in writing, and must state the place of William Borrenpohl. deceased ?

:. RATES-2 in a room, $4.00 per residence and post office address of Hoyleton, Illinois IRENE y
the claimant, and must be to y
sworn
day per person, $25.00 weekly per BORRENPOHL KASTEN and
person. 1 in a room, $5.00 daily by the claimant, his agent,-or his MARTIN KASTEN, her husband YI
$32.00 weekly. torney, or the same will become. at-// Hoyleton, Illinois, HARRY BOR-
Also 3 furnished housekeeping according to law. RENPOHL and MINNE BOR-I o Y ,
cottages, silver linens This 29th day of June 1944. Y
except and I RENPOHL, his wife EMMA BOR- y
$30.00 weekly. DOROTHY S. GILL, [ RENPOHL BROCKMEYER and Y ,
For reservations, write SURF Executor of the Estate of AUGUST BROCKMEYER. her hus- Y

COTTAGES. 623-30th St., W. Palm Hiram Angus Gill, deceased. I band, THEODOR BORRENPOHLand I .f. 'f' .. '
i Beach, or phone 8940 W. Palm Beach HENDRY. COUNTY { EDNA BORRENPOHL. his Y
. W. A. Bound :Mgr I STATE OF FLORIDA.. wife. and WILLIE BORREN- y
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