The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Guests To AuditoriumThe By Falling Tile


regular, auxiliary and junior Another narrow escape from

members of the Sugarland Park serious injury was' recorded last
: 11 recreation center, composed of em- I Sunday by H. T. Frierson while

I __ ployees of the United States Sugar driving northward on the Trail from !
Corporation, their wives and chil- Fort Myers when his car was hit -
Fourteen young m'en, left Clewis- O. Ward, Clewiston memberand A total of 580 "A" books were
dren, will in the future be permitted by a 600-pound culvert tile which
ton Tuesday morning by bus for chairman of the Hendry County issued to motorists during the three
to invite guests to enjoy the fell from a passing truck.
I"3 C : Camp Blanding to be inducted into School Board, stated this week that day registration for gasoline rat-
recreational facilities, it was decidedby The truck, carrying tile for
the U. S. Army, one of the largest many contracts had been signed by ioning, coupon books at the school
the committee this week. use on a Fort Myers airport proj-
i groups yet sent by the Hendry Clewiston teachers of'last" team I house last week, about seventy less
.II ect was going south and ,the loose
I : r County Selective Service board. This will apply to all activities and that little difficulty was expected than had been estimated.,
tile chose the moment of Mr.
, il I' They were joined at Camp Bland other than bowling. Since theeighteenleam to be encountered in findinga Frierson's passing to fall from the 1 The rationing beard will meet on

ing by one other for a total of tournament is now full faculty to start the school, truck. It struck the bumper and! Monday to act upon applicationsfor
fifteen from this Two of on and the members of these teams term in September. service
j" I I fell back the radiator rations for trucks and
I keep the four alleys busy most of ,
; these ,were transfers from other busses
Mr. Ward said that he. could not badly crumpling the front end of non-highway uses and
boards while two of those selected the time with matches or practiceit : will
remember those who had and had delay temporarily acting upon
II the car but he carried the tile for:
:; will be impossible as yet to invite -
from this county had been transfer- supplemental
not signed contracts but that he fifty-seven feet before it fell off ration requests. It
I ;, Ted elsewhere. Two others secur- any others to use the alleys. had looked over them in the officeof and stopped his car.Had is hoped, however, that all of the
However will.be admitted
guests to
ed temporary deferment. County Superintendent C. E. the heavy piece of concrete many applications may be taken

i II, 4. Those reporting for induction the building as spectators.. \ Weaver in LaBelle and was well struck a few feet further back it care of in time to prevent any un-

I''I 1// were: It is necessary however" that all pleased with ,the response. would likely have crashed throughthe due hardship ,to anyone after rat-
Burton Wagar Hundertmark visitors be accompanied by and ioning starts
: j The regular monthly meeting of windshield and caused serious next Thursday morn-
: Clewiston, who was already at vouched for by a member. ing.
the board was held on Wednesday injury or death of the driver.

Camp, Blanding. night of last, week and the prin- I __ Dealers will be required to reg-

Charles Lee Roberts, Clewiston. Palm Lake ,AssociationHas cipal business transacted was the Few MadeIn ister next Wednesday morning and

Alfred Elmo Perry Bellamy, ,appointment of ,two bus driversfor Changes should bring with them an inventory -

Clewiston. Meeting ,At Baptist the Felda route and the appointment of gasoline supplies at hand.
Lawrence Stanfield Enloe Clew- Team StandingsBy This will
of Miss Jean Moore .as apply only to service station -

'\ iston. Church On WednesdayAbout principal of the Felda school. Miss operators, licensed bulk deal-
I Charles Leon Brewer, Clewiston. I Moore is from Lake Helen and is Bowling Games ers not being required to register-

Woodrow Wilson Hathcock, Clew- Upon registering they will be furn-
I a sister of Rev. John A. Moore,
iston. seventy people from Clew Baptist pastor in Moore Haven. ished with all necessary forms
I Joseph Aubrey Duncan, Clewis- iston and the other communities There were few changes made in I i I which include acknowledgement
ton. I within the Palm-Lake Baptist dis- I the standings of the eighteen teamsin I I forms for delivery of gasoline to

Sinclair E. Knight, Jr., Clewiston. trict attended the Palm-Lake Associational j the Sugar Corporation's bowling I U. S. Army vehicles, etc., gummed

meeting here on KIWANIANS HEAR' tournament by the matches held on pages upon which to paste the

,i' Leo Fussell, LaBelle. nesday and enjoyed the four wed-I Thursday and Friday nights of last various types of coupon books, ap-

Samuel Ferris ,Langford, .LaBelle. ial services and the dinner week and Tuesday night of this plications for justifiable shortagessuch

Malcolm' LaFayette McQueen, was served at the Community Cen- TWO TALKS GIVEN week. The Personnel team is still as evaporation, fire loss, etc.,

LaBelle. ter by the ladies of the local church. in the lead with the Commissaryclose and others.

Matthew Crawford, LaBelle. The afternoon session was be- behind and it how seems almost The local ration board office
Coley Cornelius ,Mimms, LaBelle. gun ''with the Woman's Missionnary: ON 42 OBJECTIVES a certainty that one of these j also now has on hand application

i" The transfers leaving with this Union hour at which associational teams will capture the first half I blanks for the purchase of bicycles

group were Frank, Lee Laniui, reports were given and routine -- I crown when play in this half is which will be rationed to those

transferred from Louisville, Ky., business transacted. While this Members of the Kiwanis Club over the latter part of this month. who can show need for them in

and Arthur Louis Burke, transferred was taking place the executive were again treated to two excellent I Next half play will give the carrying on their business.

,' from Everglades. Charles Her- committee held its business meet- talks' by members of the club at the teams in the lower brackets a bet-

bert Lawson and Edward Merville in another % regular weekly meeting ,at the' Inn ter chance for handicaps will be
' ,ing room to make plans July 4th Hottest Day
;, Manley had applied for transfer to for the annual meeting which will on Wednesday night. These talks figured according to showing madein

Tampa and Chicago respectively be held at Delray Beach in the were carrying out the present plan- the first half. As some of these : Of Summer Here
': and will leave on ,the next call fall. ned program 'of Kiwanis objectivesfor bowlers are new and are constantly

from those places. the year. improving it may well be that
Following the Missionary hour
Deferred temporarily were Napoleon 'Martin' some of the lower teams now may
W. N.' spoke on the ,subject Despite the general impressionthat
the SundaySchool hour at'
'i I, :-o-.J. ,.- -- Spires jai.il }.re&'.W- ,Davis .was which "time M 's: S:,;'B'Jordaii. of "Cooperate .:with ,Constituted 1 be'- the leaders in the second half. several, ,days this week have

both of ClewisTon. \ Canal Point gave ,a most inspir- Authorities to Combat... Subversion" Last Thursday night Sugar been the hottest of- the' summer, a
and A. O. Ward's .subject was, House Crackers took one and the wea'ther
ing talk on "Teaching Methods. glance at the records kept
RAF Dance To BeHeld "Building Friendlier Relations I'Office Scrubs two, the Personnel the
This was followed by a general dis- by United States Sugar Cor-
cussion of Sunday School work. With Our Neighboring Countries." team took three from the Har- poration show that this summer is

Tomorrow Nite More than fifty people were Mr. Martin told' of the great I vesters, the Real Estate team anything, cooler than previous
took two out of three from
German organization which was
served by the ladies of the Clewis- summers.!
._. the General Office and P. M.
f formed for the of spread
ton church at the dinner hour, an purpose i The hottest temperature yet recorded -
All is in readiness for the dance false and S. took three from the Doolittles.
excellent meal having been prepared ing rumors lies in most in this portion of the 'glades
P to be" held at the Sugarland Park and served in banquet style. countries of the world and to as- I On Friday'night the Warehousetook served by the sugar corporation
Auditorium tomorrow (Saturday) 1 sist with sabotage at the three straights from Research;
The Training Union and Brother- proper stations ranging, from. :Benbow ,to
night which will celebrate the anniversary time 'and their was given On Tuesday night Warehouse' took "
hood hours were held that nigh'tContinued power Azucar: ,was at Clewiston ,on July
: of'the founding of Rid- considerable credit for, the downfall three from the Electricians, 'Real : '
4 when the mercur '-climbed to 99
( on Page 8)
dle Field miles Estate won two out of three from
eight west of of Czecho-Slovakia, France, degrees. This was several degrees
Clewiston.An Poland and other countries. They Dixie Crystals, the Crackers took
higher than from
Army Air Corps band from Time Extended For spend 300 million dollars a year two out of three from the Field I,other station that day. any

Morrison Field in West _, Palm and have a membership of 600',000 and the Whirlwinds took three

:: U Beach will play for the dance which Paying Stock Tax with agencies in every country. He I straights from the L. and C. I The 96 recorded next highest at Bare reading Beach wasa on

'Is scheduled to begin at nine o'- then pointed out how American' The ten high. scorers in the lea- .
June 16 and 95 has been recorded
clock and end at one. Plans area should cope with sabotage and learn gue at this time are* as follows
I' also being worked out fora, Rid- John H. Maloy_ Jr., deputy' collector to keep our mouths shut, to helpto with their average 'scores: Lefty several times, once during the past
week However there were three
dle Field band to take over at one of internal revenue for the keep these foreign agents from Holstine 155, Sandy Bell, 152, Louis !

, and play for an additional hour. West Palm Beach district, stated finding out anything for they are (Continued on page 8) successive days in June when ,tem-
this week that his office is in : I peratures of 95 were recorded.
i// Squadron Leader George Bnr- receipt well trained and never recogniz-
Clewiston's highest reading this
'. dick is making arrangements for I of a treasury decision which Continued on Page 8) Held
Legion Meeting week was a 93 degree reading on
the affair and stated today that it provides for a blanket extension I

'., was rather difficult as yet to fig- I until September 29, 1942, for the Sunday.
Agriculture ClassesTo On Tuesday Night
ure the size of the crowd. Most : filing of returns and the paymentof

r of the cadets from the field, some tax in connection with Capital Mrs. A. C. KrumseigDies

two hundred, are expected to attend -': Stock Tax for the ye;,r 1942. Have New ShopA. The chief business coming before

as well as personnel of the This concerns the returns for ''the the Clewiston American Legion In Palm Beach
Riddle organization of Clewiston fiseal ending June 30 of this
year Post at its monthly meet-
-C. Carlton is supervising the, regular
and Miami. year and should be of interest to
night at the
construction of a new vocational- ing on Tuesday
The admission will be one dol- the payers of this tax 'in this area. agriculture shop adjoining the class was the discussion of the forma- Mrs. Aline Blandford Krumseig,
lar for singles and a dollar and a 56, a resident of Belle Glade for'
room on the east side of the school tion of a woman's auxiliary.E. .
-' half for couples. Everyone Is many years and well known in
cor- Dan Padgett Returns grounds and the structure will prob- M. Cornette, as chairman of
dially invited to attend and tickets: Clewiston, died at her home in
ably be ready for use by the agriculture this committee, gave a detailed report :-
Palm Beach last Friday aftera
may be purchased at the ClewistonInn West
State and recommended that since
From MeetingDan classes when school ,con-
of two
or Seminole or at Riddle Field. lingering illness some
venes in September. there are so many
.... The' only decorations, Mr. Burdick ganizations at this time that an I years duration.
W' stated, will be the' RAF flag, the Padgett returned last week- This is an eighteen by thirty- auxiliary should not be considered.I Funeral services were held Mon-
Union Jack and the Stars and end from Gainesville where he spent four foot structure with It was then agreed by the post that day at eleven o'clock from a Cath-
Stripes draped at one end of the all of last week attending floor and is being built in accordance should be olic Church in West Palm Beach
a con- financed organization plans
, big auditorium which has been donated ference of state vocational agricul- with federal plans and abandoned for the time being. andinterment was in a West Palm
I by the United States Sugar largely by federal funds. Beach cemetery.Mrs. .
ture teachers and taking a short Mr. Cornette was presented witha
Corporation for, the affair. course in repair and maintenanceof In Moore Haven, where a shop I past commander's button by Jay Krumseig had been in fail-

Refreshments ,will also be avail- farm machinery.Mr. had already been constructed, a W. Moran. ing health for the past two years
able. twenty by thirty-four foot class and had spent considerable time in'a
Padgett says that present The latter part of the meetingwas
I I, r plans call for classes being held room is being constructed in the devoted to a discussion of plansto hospital in West Palm Beach.

''i Nail Is Promoted To among farmers of the area in the same program. That work is being increase attendance at meetings. When it became apparent that her
fall to pass on these pointers on supervised by W. L. Bellamy. death was only a matter of time

i Associate Engineer farm machinery up-keep and to as- .BEARDSLEY IN SERVICE her husband purchased a home
sist them in making such repairs DR. RIGBY AND LEONARD there and she spent the last three
I'' PARFAIT TO ENTER THE months of her life in this home.
as may need to be made. James W. Beardsley, eldest son
!:i W. C. Nail who has been in Robert Hodges of Clewiston and ARMY MEDICAL CORPS of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley Mrs. Krumseig wasa native of

: charge of the Clewiston sub-office Stanley Wayman of Moore Haven and a second lieutenant In the artillery -: Kentucky and came to Florida in

i of U. S. Engineers for the past were chosen ',to accompany him and Dr. Orville J. Rigby of 'the Clew- reserves, was accepted for 1922 settling at Moore Haven. During -

I several weeks since the entrance of attend the State Forestry Camp at iston Hospital will' leave the latter service last week-end in. Orlandoand the 1926 hurricane she performed -

; A. H. Reed into military service, Camp O'Leana north of Gainesville. part of this' month to enter the left Tuesday for active serviceat such splendid work in behalf of

last week received notice that be This is a two weeks' camp at which I Army Medical Corps. He was reg- Fort Bragg, N. C. Jim had the storm sufferers that she became

10;. had been promoted to Associate Engineer the boys, one representative from I istered"in Miami and is. being inducted twice been rejected after physical known as the heroine of that disc

well toward the top In the each of the state FFA clubs, are from that place. examinations.' aster. A year or two after the

civil service engineer ratings. He : given interesting training in for- Also leaving about the same timeis storm she married Mr.: Krumseigand

\ had previously been rated as' construction estry along with a planned recre- Leonard Parfait, registered male AWNING BUILT shortly thereafter they movedto

engineer.In ational program. nurse at the sugar house who is Belle Glade where he has becomeone

receiving this promotion Mr. Two boys were also chosen from being inducted from St. Paul, A new awning is being' constructed of the most successful produce

Nail was jumped over the first the two schools to attend the FFA Minn., his former home.. He was along the west side of Art's farmers of the Everglades.She .

two engineer ratings' that of Jun- convention in Gainesville but Hous- given one deferment but the ,second Soda Shoppe which is designed to was a life-long member of

ior Engineer and Assistant Engineer. ton Burke of Clewiston was awayat was refused. shade the' store from the hot after- the Catholic church and had been

There are three higher classi- the time and Roy Donald Lundyof The sugar corporation is' now noon sun and to provide shelter here many times to attend servicesand

fications, Engineer, Senior Ear Moore Haven was ill when the making every effort to replace these during rains. The work is being activities of St. Margaret's.

gineer and Principal Engineer. party left. I two very important men. done by J.: F. Tippey. Church.

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THERE is nothing more uni-

versally commended than a
/1 I fine day; the .
reason is, that
Ji SYLVIA I TAYLOR' WN-U-ReVrascJ people can commend it without
----- I Shenstone.At
the I obtained on "All too clear," Paul said. "You /IYVU$CNICf
"From papers '
CHAPTER XVUI the ship," Paul continued, "I leave me no choice but to accept." first laying down, as a fact funda-
this hideout was. I Karl bowed slightly. "Congratu- Letter to theGermanAmerican ,
where That
"I can't,bear having anything hap- guessed Jim-that's the radio man's lations! You have courage, Mr. Bund nothing with God can be acci-
told : dental.
pen to Sybil," said Joan. for help O'Malley, and sense enough to know
send a
Paul name-to message Thanks for betraying yourselves. -Longfellow.
think I feel?
"How do you had to when are beaten.
location here. I you
answered. His face was grim. stating our time element-how long Paul's face was expressionless as Some of us have been hollering all There are moments in life F.
"Oh, darling, don't blame your- guess would be in Mazatlan and whenwe he said, "One thing I must be sure along that the Bund was a school worth purchasing with worlds. I '
we for traitors. The FBI snatched
self," Joan comforted, taking his would arrive here]. So the mes- of and that is Sybil's immediate just -Henry Fielding.
eight saboteurs from Berlin who
hand. "We'll think of some way release." Neither
until do I
didn't out today. acknowledge
go the
sage confirmed it.
is sim- That was very help-
out. Karl laughed. "That quite right of '
afterus Plymouth
send someone to the
"Then they'll ful. It shut the mouthsof whole
"Karl's clever," Thomas reminded ?" Thomas asked eagerly. ple. She is waiting on the porch certain may even American rock. No, the rock underlies all
them. "He always wins in the now. You see, I anticipated your distinguished America it
"Yes. But help' can't possiblycome decision. dopes, but don't bet on it. From the ; only crops out
end. -Wendell
"But he can't go on like this," before tomorrow. "Syb!" Joan cried as the door beginning we always argued that Phillips.11NEWIDEAS.
"Why did you tell him not to sister. you had to be a sneak and a cutthroat
Joan insisted. "As Paul has toldus opened to admit her
send the message until today? to get into the Bund. We fig-
they were
even Karl must make a mistake Laughing and crying,
sooner or later." Joan inquired.' in each other's arms. Joan did ured 'that a guy hired to sell out a
"There was no use of their arriv- not Karl and Paul leave. country that sheltered, fed and wel-
"Why don't do it Karl's way, even see
Mr. O'Malley you?" Thomas urged ing before we did. In that case Karl Thomas was listening as intentlyas comed him had to be a 100 per cent

"After all, what else can you do?" and Mulford" would not have been if it were his personal concern, no-good. The dopes claim you .

Paul looked here either. and Joan: felt sorry for him. He were nice guys-just misunderstood.So =:
moment as
For a he would strike him and "But we're safe," Thomas insisted. had nothing, nobody, to care about.So thanks again for coming forward By RUTH SPEARS
though "If help is coming, there'snothing before the and proving yourselves.
the three, of them sat
into chair he
then, sinking a i
more to worry about. fire and talking explainingthe P % .,r PAD
groaned. "There are some things smoking -' ONE END
Paul "
"It isn't as simple as that, had taken OF STRETCHER
chain of events that iI
you don't understand. said. "Karl may have been suspi- All eight of the dynamiters un-
"I understand!" Joan cried. "You place since the sisters were sepa- der arrest Bundists I
cious of Jim, in which case that were they DRIVE
mustn't consider me, Paul. You did not get through. Evenif admitted. So you see where that NAILS tN
must do what feel is right. I message Thomas told how he rfcid come' leaves don't ? It puts THENFILE I
you it did, we must stall until tomor- you, you OFF .
became involved 'with Karl throughmy row. There is still time for Mulfordand I from Germany and obtained a job, the official Nazi stamp on your HEADSSTRETCH ,

own volition. It was no fault of Karl to close up this place and hoping to save enough to send for activities. It comes out that the

yours. And I don't want you to feel or worse than that, take us his wife. How Karl had put an end Nazi consuls in New York, San TACK AND
escape, WEBBING-
responsible." with them." to his hopes by telling him that she Francisco, New Orleans, etc., TRW END

,"But I love you," Paul said quietly. "So now we must wait again," would be put into a concentrationcamp. directed you. It doesn't jell with TURN LEAVING UNDER,".

"You do believe that, don't Joan said. Thomas was sure now that your claim that you ganged up RAW END AND

you?" "If things look too bad," Paul his wife had died. As he talked, for athletics and to improve TACK AGAIN
"Of I do darling." Joan was surprised to note that he German-American relations.But OVER AND
course told them seriously, "I'll have to UNDER CROSSWISE -
Thomas retired to of the bed- was a man of more intelligence -
one make Karl think I am accepting his PIECES i
education than she had thought. Be-
rooms so that they were alone now.
fore Karl Miller had broken his then I suppose you can get a UPHOLSTERY repair work is
"I didn't" expect Karl to arriveso spirit, Thomas undoubtedly was a few laughs out of fooling those dis- costly hand labor. How-
soon, Paul said. "Ive got to tinguished American Those if
l'117r"q different person. He was an exam- dopes. ever, you can clear a corner
play for more time.Mulford If I can do / ple of the havoc Karl had wroughtin so-called good citizens who squattedon where you may work on it a littleat
that without making suspi-
Bund platforms and orated how a time it is
the human soul. Could he con- easy to do. Use
cious,"my plans may come out all tinue to dominate and destroy the wonderful you were. I'll bet you felt boxes or an old table to rest the

right. lives of others? Tomorrow that ques- good that night in Madison Square piece on at a comfortable working
"All right? Oh, Paul, then you do Garden when right out '
\ tion might be answered. they came height. Remove the outside covering 1
have a plan? for you.' Remember the incident? first, keeping it whole to use
"Of course I have, honey. Youdon't Dorothy Thompson (the canny girl) as a pattern then
Joan and Sybil continued talking ; remove ,pad-
think I'd walk into a trap
for threw
spotted you sc.umyou ding, springs and webbing writ-
long after they had to bed. ,
this without planning some Way out gone
her out. You must been
have proud ing down everything want to
They could hear Thomas' shuffling you
of it do ?
you of the tamed those Ameri-
way you remember about how
about the living room, apparentlytoo were
"Then what are you worrying 1
I cans, who roosted the rostrum
on 'placed; also' the amount of webbing
restless to sleep."He's -
about? and let you get, away with it. They used. When j
the last tack .is I
time element Paul pathetic Sybil said.
"It's the ex really ,
even agreed that Miss Thompsonwas out, re-web the bottom of the seat,
plained. "Karl has made him that way.
trouble-maker. 'That must
a as shown with
"By the way, how did Karl get Oh, Syb, when I think what a foolI have killed you: Americans calling bing and ,a homemade strong new stretcher.web-
here anywayJoan asked curiously. made of myself over Karl Miller!
Dorothy Thompson-from a ,Bund Use No. 4 tacks! or regular web-
How could I have been so dumb?
platform yet-a bing tacks, and a tack hammer.
"Probably landed the coast and "
up "You were just inexperienced, '* *
flew." Sybil said. "And now that
NOTE: You will find
"I have a hunch everything's go- love Paul, you mustn't think about, How do you like that $170,000 the clearly sketched some in Book upholsterers'tricks 7, and

ing to be 'all right," Joan comforted the past." tight saboteurs carried over here? the new Book 8, of the series prepared by

and Paul, ,kissing her tenderly, Joan wondered what Karl and That's bad. They had to explain it Mrs. Spears for readers, shows you howto
make 1?;a.simple chair frame. To
wondered at the confidenceof bribe know to get
supreme : as money, you pay
Paul What
were doing. was happen- a- copy send your order to:
a woman in love. It was true ing in that other house? "I wonderif off the subversives for help to blowup ,

he had made arrangements beforehe he's all right now," she said un war plants, bridges, stores, etc. l\IRs. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
'left the ship for a message to easily. That looks like something that involves Drawer 10

get through to his superiors, but "He can tell Karl almost anything you Bundists. You can bet Bedford Hills New York

Joan knew nothing about that. The / tonight. Karl won't have a chanceto your dialects that if the saboteurs Enclose 10 cents for each book
message would not be received know subversive people they ordered.
until tomorrow, which meant that I/i find it's out true before or not.help And comes tomorrowwe whether met them any at Bund rallies. See Name.................................

help could not come until the following should be out of here." where it leaves you? You have no Address.............................I..
day. How long could he stall 'idea of the record'Mr. Whiskers has .. t
Karl and Mulford? If they suspected But Joan's uneasy feeling pre- of you chumps. He used to jot down
after she heard
vailed long Sybil'sregular
anything, they would make him 'your license number when you came

pay through Joan, his only vulnerable breathing at her side. Mov- to meeting in your car. Ach! Dot' FAMOUS ALL-BRAN
not to disturb
point. ing cautiously so as Hoover!

"She's so brave," he thought, Paul was staring out at the other her sister, she slipped into her coat

holding her close. But she didn't house. "I'd like to know what's goingon and went into the living room. MUfFINS. EASY TO

realize the horrors that might be in over there," he said. "So you can't sleep either," Thomas The hell of it is this: You don't

store for her. She had 'a childish said. know just' how much J. Edgar MAKE. DELICIOUS! !'

faith in him that wrung his heart. proposition to turn traitor. That "No. I wish I knew what was Hoover has on you. lie's so wily,

What if he should fail her after all? will hold him for awhile." going on. I'm so worried about that Hoover. He puts out so They really are the most delicious muf-
"But if help didn't how Paul. Karl might do anything if much to the then holds
What if the message didn't get come, papers fins that ever melted a pat of butter I
through? If flying conditions were would you get out of it?" his suspicions are aroused. out quite a lot to work on. That's Made with crisp, toasted shreds of

bad, that would' mean another de "That's something I'd rather not Suddenly there was a sound. why you don't know when your texture KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN, they have a

lay. And each moment she was in think; about! The important thing is "What's that?" Joan cried, step- front door is going to be kickedin famous and all over flavor America.that have made them

danger-she and Sybil. Even Thomas to get through this day." ping back.Thomas. and you'll have to explain KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN MUFFINS

would pay if his plan went wrong. But the day passed peacefully stood motionless, listen- how come. It was a bad day 2 tablespoons "% cup milk

Three lives depended upon his judg- enough. Lunch and dinner had been ing. The sound came again, followed for you, wasn't it, when you shortening 1 cup flour

ment. brought, and now fresh logs were by a soft clicking noise at chummed up with'those eight? yt 1 cup sugar % teaspoon salt I

"What are you thinking about, heaped upon the fire as the fong the door. Joan extinguished the The minute they're in trouble- 1 cup egg All-Bran 2/ baking teaspoons powder t-

darling?" Joan asked. shadows of night fell. light. The door slowly opened anda boppo-they drag you into it. A Cream shortening and sugar; add egg

Holding, her closer, as though she "If this goes on until tomorrow, figure entered. fine way for the Master Race to and beat well. Stir in All-Bran and
be safe Paul behave. milk; let soak until most of moisture
we'll commented.But >
were something very precious, Paul "
"Paul! Joan said in a tone whis- taken up. Sift flour with salt and
replied, "I was thinking that I love Karl Miller had no intention
per, reaching for the light switch. baking powder; add to first mixture
you now-more than I ever have before of letting it go on until tomorrow.It "Don't turn on the lights! Paul And don't expect a lift from Hit- and stir only until flour disappears.Fill

." [ was shortly after eight o'clock commanded. 'His flashlight broke ler. You Bundists are cheap labor. greased muffin pans two-thirds full and

The next day dawned bright and when he arrived for his answer. through the shadowy night. "Well, He can buy you in herds. He uses I about bake in 30 moderately minutes. Yield hot :oven 6 large((400 muf-F.)

cold. Joan, Paul and Thomas wait- "Youhave been thinking over my 'they've come! Sooner than I expected you, but the minute you can't take fins, 3 Inches in dlameter.or 12 small

ed in the living room. Paul was star- proposal?" he asked'Paul. but I think we can make it." care of yourself he throws you to muffins, 2}4 Inches in diameter.
ing out at the other house. "I've been thinking about it "
yes. "You mean help has 'come! But 'the wolves. What makes you think
1 "I'd like "to know what's going on Karl rubbed his hands together. where?" Joan cried in amazement."A you punks mean anything to him fa I!: Soothe and relieve heat rash

over there, he said. "Good. Then I suppose, you are several miles from here. when he butchers his own generals p 'AT onyouorbaby.withcooITHE ,
"Probably just 'as well you don't willing to come in with us." plane, when they fail to deliver the goods? I.B ing Mexican Heat Powder.
know Thomas told Now listen to me- very carefully.I re A 1 Absorbs perspiration often
him as he "I haven't 'yet. And look how he left Fatzo Fritz
n If;M
deck of want you to go out through the forerunner of heat rashes.
spread a soiled cards on Joan and Thomas watched him, Kuhn out on a limb. Fatzo was
bedroom window and down
the table. knowing' that upon this interview straight worked hard. Worked
dumb, but he
the road to the There's nothing -
Joan went to Paul's side, said, depended their safety. gate. minute
like but the things
a dog,
to be afraid of. All the
"Don't worry, darling. You said Karl's attitude changed immedi- guardsare went wrong what did Der Fuehrersay CAI10USm$ r.log r.
out of the 'I'll meet at
way. you
last night that you had a plan. ately. "I've had enough of this! ? He said: "The Reich cannot
the gate. To relievo painful callouses,burn
i The cards fell from ,Thomas'hands. Make up your mind right now. failure."
itself with stupid
"You're not going back to that concern or tenderness on bottom of feet I
I "A plan? Why didn't you There are important things to be See? He wouldn't even send you a and remove callouses-get thcso
tell me? What is it?" done. We will not waste any more other house now? Joan asked. of Social Justice to while away thin, soothing cushioning pads.
I Paul frowned and Joan knew that time, Mr. O'Malley." "I've got to, honey! There are copy k1I t
' the time in jail.
1 he had not intended to tell Thomas. "Suppose I do join you?" Paul 'I'' some papers I want to get.
"But Karl and Mr. Mulford will
sorry, she said. parried. "Will you assure me of '
"It doesn't matter. He may as Joan's safety?" hear you!" And have you been reading: about

II well know." "Safety, yes. But if you want her "Karl and Mulford are out like a all the ,Bundist suicides right herein \
Paul said. "I New York? And can be sure fJ (, Jt'
Thomas' face was lined with emo- sent back to San Francisco, you are light, put a coupleof you "" ''
tions-"Tell me!" he begged. asking the impossible-for obvious sleeping powders in their 'drinks. they were suicides? Lots of the ; W'II'I/c.J"PIJ"aches and pans of

I reasons. You are not buying Joan's They won't come to for awhile!" Bundists are better off dead, espe- ,

"Do you remember the radio operator release; you are merely saving her 'As Paul slipped noiselessly backto cially since the FBI's roundup. They .; RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

on ,the ship?" from ." the other house, Joan went into had too much to tell, in case the I

"Sure. He didn't speak a wordof Paul silently' clenched his hands. the bedroom to rouse Sybil. law reached' them. So they were

English." "Let us stop stalling," Karl said The small house was directly be- found in the river. Or maybe they MCNEIL'S

Paul smiled.I "He's played his impatiently.. 'In a few simple hind the larger one and no one fell eight stories into Yorkville. How oSvr VVii--*>'iArl;wv c

part well. But, he is a government words, this is the' situation. If you could see the three figures as they about you, Fritz? And you, too,

agent just as I am." do not give us your assistance and went down the road. Paul was wait- Hans? Are you too informed? Be 1

Joan was as surprised as Thomas. the information you have about your ing. There were two other men with very careful.. Some bosom pal is iB- FU*=-Trc N*G'S. ;-.B.. LE,--*S'* S EphRLarge

She remembered the night Paul government's activities, Joan and him. going to drop in some night and

went to the radio room, not heedinga Sybil, too, will be taken to the coast "This way," he said, taking the shoot you right through the square Bottled! nttftrotBaiJ]' -Small Size 60c
AT All GOOD DRUE STORES er BY MAIL on receipt if price
warning from Thomas, but she tonight and put aboard a ship for girls by the arm and leading themto haircut-and blow all the data right MCNEIL DRUG CO.,inc.

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Clewiston News .'. part of a carefully-prepared plan ty commissioners will sit as an

..s.. f and that everything has a bearingon equalization: board, hoping the tax.:
.:. TOO LATE TO their grand strategy. It will roll will be' approved by that time."

Published every Friday in Clewiston, : be hard to drive the Japs out of Tax Collector R. N. Miller said
:Florida, by the CLEWISTON' NEWS their Aleutian footholds. The Axisis that between 600 and 700
's' = parcelsof
Tnc. '..''. CLASSIFY | seeking to encircle this countrynow land were sold so that there
.:. and it has made
.. :: gigantic pro- were numerous changes to be made
KEATIILEY BOWMEN, Editor .:'. X gress. That circle must be broken, by Assessor Small on the roll.
.. I -Industrial News Review. Collector Miller said that six anda
Enter .:. RUSSELL KAY f fPresident : half nercent of the 10-11_ I'nn"hr
as second class mall matter .. By :_: -- v. "'v"u .1
February 1, 1927. at the Pest Office in .:. County Tax Roll tax roll was sold at the delinquent:
Clewiston Florida, under the Act of .:'. Florida Press Association :3: sale July 1, amounting to 2986. _
!March 3, 1891.Subscription ..
.!. ..,.,.... ...._.,............_. _. .. ,,,, -, : I' Not Yet Completed 46. In all, Collector Miller was i
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Rate $2.00 Per Year. To date we are losing the war 1 I I showing In collections
America wants to win the war, on the 1941
Advertising Rates On Application. BUT- rather than winning It, and unless (Hendry County News) I county tax roll. Heaviest bujers.

Congress wants to win the war, you and I and a lot of other folks I Tax Assessor Dennis Small stated at the sale July 1 were ,Lykes-
win get off our BUTS and concentrate Brothers, C. C. ,
advancement and welfare BUT congressmen want to Wednesday that he had not Cook and J. E,
Devoted of Clewiston to and Hen ry County. votes and influence voters and on the job we've got to do, it will completed the county tax roll since Beardsley.

with elections coming up finds It be too late. reports of the delinquent tax sale'!

difficult to put the war first and as of July, 1 forced him to make THOUSANDS STILL ENJOYING

the question of reelection second. WE HAVEN'T STARTED I certain changes in the records.He SILVER SPRINGS' ATTRACTIONS-

MEBER Labor wants to win the war, BUTat FIGHTING"As said he had received a form
;/ FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATTON\*\ the same time make full use of from Comptroler Jim Lee which is SILVER SPRINGS, July 15 ;

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION T the emergency to consolidate her a nation, Americans haven't to be filled out and mailed backto (FNS-The desire on the part of 9

19..1 i gains, secure higher wages and been fighting this war-not by a him and which when completedwill thousands to see "Florida's Inter-

more complete control of industrial long shot," said Life recently. "A supply information desired on national Attraction," lets Silver

Congratulations to Riddle Field:, employment.' comparative handful of boys and the total amount of the tax roll Springs prevail in spite of the war

on its first anniversary and the Labor leaders want to win the officers have been fighting bravely and the breakdown. This form and its attendant rationing of tires

splendid record made during_. this war, BUT object to any move that and eagerly. But at home the will be filled out and sent to the and gas.Direct.

first year.Figures. might interfere with their racke- fighting hasn't even begun. Mostof Comptroller not later than today, bus service from Ocala to

teering methods of collecting America is earning big money, i Assessor Small said. bthe Springs has become so heavy
aren't supposed to lie from the worker bet that more frequent schedules were
enormous tribute eating well rolling up new i Meanwhile, a date has been set
but perspiring residents who read for the right to work and fatten- ting records at the horse races for the equalization meeting. necessary to meet the demand. On

the temperature reports this week ing' their purse at the expense of dashing around the country on Sundays and holidyas service .on the ;..
may have a different idea. 1 the taxpayer. rubber that... is absolutely irreplace- "We are setting Monday morning hour every hour is now provided d
August 3, 11 a. m., in theclerk's
with frequent, schedules 'I'
The vast-growing army of bureaucrats able-The only battle the U. S. on other
office the courthouse
Don't feel too downcast about the want to win the war, BUT citizens have won so far is the bat- as days.

eight Nazi saboteurs now on trial. I they deeply resent any effort to tle of the newspaper headlines. ----------- ----

If you'll remember Bruno Haupt- I curtail their tremendous expendi- Meanwhile the Axis pushes in, N N i N N N N:..:N N N N H N N:N N N:N:N N:N N:N:N..:N:N N N N.i N .... .N .... .: ..
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finally executed after non-essential activities or accumulates : .N. .N.N. .N. .N.11.N.N.N.N. .H.1 .N.N.N.
mann was tures on rings us with steel, .t
the show was over. curb' their duplicated effort, waste, strong bases. Report of Condition of ::

inefficiency and ever increasing That is a pretty tough statement, 1,

While various sources are being I. powers. but the facts certainly bear it out. ;; FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON :*.'
studied for a rubber supply we Industry wants to win the war, TIle incredible optimism concerningthe

wonder if anyone has ever paid BUT at a profit and seeks to curb war that still seems to prevail : of Clewiston in the State of Florida ::

any attention to the type of rubber labor and strengthen its own. po in some quarters is not shared by .?

tree which grows prolifically in sition. real military men. As General ;; at the close of business on June 30, 1942 1 !

this area. There are many of themon The great banking and corporate Somervell the Army's chief of S

the ridge here. interests want to win the war, BUT supply, said in a 4th of July speechat ASSETS X
sure at the same time tighten their gripon Detroit, the United Nations, have _::- Loans and discounts (Including $132 ::

Congress to pass the the nation's resources and safe- taken a terrific shellacking in every : 439.92 overdrafts) none .____.....__....:.- 132439.92 ::
bill providing for the forty-four guard their complete control corner of the wrold. And most of 'i'_, United States Government obligations, .:.
million dollar North Florida canal direct and guaranteed ..... SO,100.00 .:."
interlocking corporations .m..m
through us, he added have no idea of the :s:
and of you who are good at I. : Obligations of States and political sub'i"
any and combines.The of the job
esti- 'I cartels magnitude and difficulty divisions ...._ ...................................000.. 14,-is 0.00 :::
compiling such figures can farmer wants to win the war that lies ahead. The hard truth is : Cash balances with: other banks includ'i' F

mate how ma'ny guns, airplanes BUT won't stand for any ceilingon that Hitler and his brother ,dicta- ._: ing reserve balances, and cash items ':'

gas masks or.other war needs are his products and wants the top tors have done more to. change the ::. in process of collection ..............000... 399,631.69 s- 1
being thrown away on this politicalboondoggle. dollar regardless.The map of the world than any con- 's: Bank premises owned 2600.07, furn'i.\ .

: housewife wants to win the querors in modern history. .i: iture and fixtures $2.761.93 ........ .,' '5,362.00 X
BUT she don't see why she _. (Bank premises owned are subject. i i', :::
'-:-:-:-:-:-:":-:-:":":":":":":":":":!":":":-:-:-:": war, The Russians showed great valor : to no liens not assumed by bank .:.
can't have all the sugar she needs in the defense of Sevastopol. They .t; 'i'
: Real estate owned other than bank

; or why she should worry about were hopelessly outnumbered in'i.. premises ............................................ I... 2,573.81 '.:'.
RAMBLINGS .' saving fats and other materials. both men and equipment, and after :;.. Other assets .........._.._.............................._ 408.84 :t!y
F The war department wants to win !1 the first few days; the Luftwaffe ::

By B. B. the war, BUT won't eliminate the had command of the skies. The.;, TOTAL ASSETS "'''........'''',... $634,996.26. :!:.

::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:-:..:..:-: -:..:-:.:..:. brass hats and red tape or worship' Red Army made the Germans pay ::; LIABILITIES .' '? ::
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of form. \ l rs ,
tremendously for their victory, and, ; b. 'i"
Clewiston lawns are looking their The motorists wants to win the according to the Moscow account :; 'Demand deposits of individuals partner- .*. ; :

usual well-kept neat selves again. war, BUT he can't get along with- Sevastopol was left a pile of use-I .:?. ships, and corporations .............:.....: 454031.74 :.::.
out his car and feels that it Is an less ruins. But Sevastopol was a :_;:' Time deposits of individuals, partnerships .
The labor proposition became s': and corporations .........._....000. 57.00 :i:
imposition to expect him to go vital position and its loss is -i j
extremely .
more acute; the weather conditionswere ;. Deposits of United States Government sj

just right for rapid growthof without gasoline or tires. important. Now Germany :.j:: (!including postal savings) ......._... .r 10,000.00 :i:
The business man wants to win can release many battle-trained sol- ; of States and subdivisions X
grass and all green things; the I :. Deposits political :
mosquitoes became a real menaceto the war, BUT he wants to do busi- diers for service elsewhere. Sevas- :;;. ............................................ 106,373.23 'i'
ness as. usual and thinks that price Hitler's Other deposits (certified and officers' ':'
out door work or pleasure; all topol is, a key point in :r '
happened about the same time, and ceilings and priorities are un drive to seize the oil resources of .::: checks, etc.) _..................................... 181.88 :.: t f

for a little time our lawns suf- necessary. the Caucasus, and to shatter the :;_[. TOTAL DEPOSITS ............___.....$570,643.85 ; ..
fered. The period of adjustmentis The dollar-a-year men want towin' U. S. supply line to Russia. That .;C: Mortgages or other liens none on bank : :::

over; we've quit searching fora the war, BUT they can't for- is why the German: commanders j :;. premises and none on other realI' :

yard man; have bought new get ,their old connections. and obli- figured_ it must be taken, no matter I :; estate.

lawn-mowers or had the old one gations and their decisions in con- how great the cost. ;::t. Other liabilities.-Dividends payable ."'.000' 750.00 :;::

renovated;; the mosquitoes have nection with the war effort are At this time It is impossible to .;_r! TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including .:.

about disappeared; and it isn't governed accordingly. explain the British defeat in Libya :i':i: subordinated obIi'i' .:
Mr. Henderson wants to win the ._::: gations shown below) ......m 571393.85 ::: ,
half-bad. get out once a week and -the facts are not available; and .'. I
give the old lawn the going over. war, BUT he wants to crack down the Cairo censorship has been ::_!. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .:.
-- '* '* like Simon Legree regiment and complete. As Mr. Churchill frankly -
The house-work regulate everything and everybody, admitted the British had the :i'i: Capital* m..m..mm..m..m 15000.00 :i:

; has gone througha 'establish Gestapo and do the job ;. Surplus ........................................:-........... 30000.00 .:.
a in and in The ..
period of adjustment, too. We've edge numbers arms. ;_' Undivided profits m..mm.m....... 18602.41 .:.
found it's better to get all that right. fate of Libya was settled on a.:. :
done 'in the early morning hours The W. C. T. U. :wants to win the I single day-when 300 heavy Brit- :' TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 63602.41 ::

before the sun gets hot and then war, BUT is more concerned over. ish tanks went into action and on- ,3 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND ..i.i .

take it easy during the middle of a return of prohibition.The ly 70 ,were left at nightfall. No';i: CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........ 634996.26- '::::

the day. In fact isolationists _want to win the comparable losses, Mr. Churchill s ::
' we rather favor I :: *This banks' capital consists of $ None of capital notes and :
\.. the method of the war BUT they think we should said were inflicted on the enemy. :
: tropics; a real: :' debentures; first preferred stock with total par value of $ None 'i'
i siesta after lunch every day. It confine our efforts to the protec- Rommel seems to have lured the : total retirable value $ None; second preferred stock with total :i.

seems to us that an. hour in the tion of the home front and let the British into a trap. The British 3.:. par value. of $ None total retirable value $ 'None; and common .:.

early morning. is worth two after rest of the world go hang. commanders seemed confident that :: stock with total par value of $15,000.00.MEMORANDA :i:

lunch. Why don't the, stores take The old folks want to win the Rommel could not;. fight an offen- :i:
advantage of that siesta business? war, BUT they demand greater sive action in the desert heat. But .'i. : '

Think how wonderful it would be security and bigger and better pen- Rommel did. ::: Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value) : :::

to have two solid hours at noon. sions. I As yet we have not fully ap- :_:' (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed :x i:
You could change Into The young folks want to win preciated the extraordinary fan- ;,:: pledged to secure deposits and other .:.

; enjoy a leisurely: lunch somethingcool and the war, BUT don't want to let it ticism of Axis leaders and troops. .,i. liabilities ..................................................$ 64500.00 .'i'!.

take a bit of a nap before time to interfere with their jookin'. I With them it is "win or die." ;:'so:;:. (b) Other other assets liabilities pledged(including to secure notes deposits and bills and :::

get back in harness again. We It seems that just' about every'body They take incredible chances. They :;: rediscounted and securities sold under re'i'

don't expect anyon'e to subscribeto wants to win the war, BUT fight under the worst climate and ::: purchase agreement) .........m..um.......... 12,000.00 ;:;
that proposition, but it is a selfishness, greed fanaticism or geographical conditions. They violate "y:

pleasant day dream anyway. .. .i intolerance wield such a tremen- classic rules of warfare. The ,: TOTAL ..............................................................$ 66500.00 :' :
*' dous influence that very few folks commanders are, apperently, com- :'s :s:
Wednesday morning when are willing to put them aside and pletely callous when it comes to :x: Secured and preferred liabilities: .;-
: all out for victory. ,;. (a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant ':;
opened the Miami Herald who go shedding the blood of their com-I': to requirements pf; law ...__mm.......'............ 66500.00 :!:
I should great, us on the society patriots. These Axis hordes can be t

i page but Renie Lanier? Mrs. compared in many respects to the ,;. TOTAL ......... ...........,.......__..........__...................$ 66500.00 's'I I
j:I Lanier and Mrs. Stewart went to I of the Clewiston News may' not brutal hordes of Ghenghis Khan. ;'s' Subordinated obligations: :x: :

Miami for several days this week know Brown but the chances are To stop them to defeat them will _:: (a) On, date of report the required legal reserve .;. :

I to take a Red Cross course in surgical he knows you,-your name, initials require a comparable fanaticism ,;., against deposits of this bank was ............$114,128.77' ':' .
i dressings. Youll correct spelling and all. For' the held in different onl I ;'s' (b) Assets reported above which were eligible as :::
hear more past two Brown has been a very cause ::: legal reserve amounted to .........................479731.69 +_
I about that later-in fact, in the years en- the, part of all the United Nations. y

early future. The Clewiston chap- gaged each Thursday; and Friday in ,From the U. S. point of view, the ,;. ".I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier of the above-named bank, do ':'
ter has been chosen as one of the putting the Clewiston News together Jap landings in the Aleutians can- 's' solemnly swear that the above statement Is true, and that it :::
20 smaller chapters in the state He began as printer's de- ::: fully and correctly represents the true state of the several matters .:.
not be
passed off casually, as some
which will be permitted vil in the office of the Glades ,;. herein contained and set forth to the best of my knowledge ;'i's
to make optimists have tried to do. It is ::
surgical dressings. We'll be Printing Company while still in :: and belief. :
,soon true that a few rock islands,
allotted a quota, so let's get busy high school. He's worked there i shrouded in fog off the tip of x':::' Correct.-Attest: x .;-
and get caught up with this sew- ever since-except for a short flingas Alaska aren't important in them- _. ELBERT L. STEWARTC. Ys
ing. and knitting so lineman at Riddle Field. He L. DOWNS ::: I
everything will ::
selves. It is also true that Aleu- ..
be out of the way and soon went back to his accustomed x C. V. PARKINSON _
decks clear- ..
tian and Alaskan outposts could be ; I I's'
ed for the work of making dress- type-cases and presses and now i. '' .
used for devastating raids on the Directors. :.
ings. has left to serve Uncle Sam. It'sa ,. : .
U. S. General Billy Mitchell '.' .1
proper. ,s.
t': far cry from a printing office' in once said, in effect, that who- 3. State of Florida, County of Hendry, ss: .:.

And speaking'of ,pictures on the ,Everglades to an amphibiantank would win the ,s. day of July ''i' I
ever controls Alaska ,;. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th !
carried Wednesday pictures also the of five Tampa Tribune ''corps school in' New England.We next war. There is no reason to ::: 1942 and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director. I::: :
Moore 'Ha- ..
Brown suppose that the Japs raided Dutch of this bank. : 1
ven lads who had enlisted hope ; likes the tan sand i
in thearmy's Harbor and seized remote Attu and Public.- :i:
KELLY Notary
amphibian tank corps. In- that the tanks like him, and :_: (SEAL) MARJORIE H. ; _
Kiska just for the sake of what 18 1944.X :;:
cluded in the know he'll be ;;; My commission expires March _
group was 21 year we one of Uncle military men call a diversion. The I .:. t j
old Brown Waller. Now, readers Sam's best soldier boys .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. MX..X"X4H..X-X*.XMXTHE" .
.. <
Jap, commanders have shown, all :::-: :-: :..:..:-: : : :..: :-: : : : : : : : : : : XK XK X


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Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., left-i lege, term Bill has been on a train WEINER ROAST IS ENJOYABLE IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID

I Monday to spend a two weeks' va- i ing cruise with the naval unit connected EVENT SATURDAY :SIGHT I

cation at Miami Beach. with Tulane. WAXTED-Waitress behind bar. ,
rr r----Personals Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompsonwere
J JR. Cpl. Ray Bass left this morning MARTHA JEAN HOWLING: HAS hosts at a weiner roast, at Steady year round work for on&

: to return to Camp Davis, N. C., PARTY OX 2ND BIRTHDAY their home Saturday evening., The who can qualify, with good pay,.

after spending a short furlough marked Apply Clewiston Bar Clewiston
Mrs. R. C. Nowling entertained party the birthday of Mrs. *.
here with his sister, Miss Sylvia
M. Bishop made a business yesterday afternoon with a party Thompson. Various, outdoor games Florida. Itc,

trip to Palatka);: this week. Bass. celebrating the second birthday of. were enjoyed, and games were play- ,
ed in the living also. FOR RENT-3-room duplex apartment
I Eugene Goodbread of Camp her daughter, Jean.
Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Beardsley Blanding is home for 'a thirty-day The children enjoyed playing Rain forced the party indoors Unfurnished. Reasonable.
in Miami. await for and Mrs. Thompson served a supper I Inquire Clewiston Dry Goods Co,.
spent the week-end furlough to assignment to with various toys an hour or ,
-- some special branch of the serv- longer. Mrs. Nowling assisted by : of weiners, baked beans, coleslaw Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Gardner I ices. Eugene has been at Bland- several grown-ups served birthday : and dessert to Mr. and Mrs.
r I Manning Keen and 1Irs.V.. I. FURNISHED bedroom for rent. C
were Saturday visitors in Miami.Mrs. ing for some time awaiting assign- cake and ice cream to the young-I Air. *
Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Ferrill Cochran M. Jarvis, Royal Palm Avenue.
.I ; ment. sters. Favors were seashore sets
H. C. Post is spending six of buckets and spades. I and daughter, Sandy, Mr. and Phone 102.

weeks on a vacation trip to Colo-'. Mrs. 'A, H. King, Mrs. Mary The little guests included Mary Mrs. Carlisle Reddish, Mr. and Mrs.
Small and Miss Marcia Avant spent Billie Paul Mitchell: Jack Morris, H. C. FOR SALE-Two wicker chairs and
rado. Teresa Seegars, Sue Crow,
yesterday afternoon in Fort Myers. Post, Barbara Lawson, Bernie and settee. Good condition., 'See Mrs,
Bonnie Fay Durrence, Glenda Sue
returned They visited Mrs. H. A. Land in the Gene, Thompson. Rackstraw, opposite Catholic Church.
Mrs. G. H. Small Etherton, Jane Lee, Christine Hut- .,.
Lee 'Memorial Hospital.Mr. ----
from a visit, with relatives in Atlanta son, Patricia Skinner, Beverly Carl-

and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., Mrs. ton, Eleanor Vowell, Tommy See- EVENING HOME BRIDGE OF MRS CLUB MIXER MEETSAT J. T. RUSSELLBox

I I. S. Bell, Sr., and Mrs. Ned Hager gars, Windsor Meador, Jerry 647 Belle Glade
t d Miss Mildred Durst spent the visited Mr. Hager in Miami Sunday.He Vowell, Lamar McLendon, Eric Lar-
f week-end in Miami with her uncle, was recently transferred from sen, Karl Larsen, Lief Johnson, Mrs. C. E. Miner was hostess to Authorized Distributor
members of her bridge club Wednesday
J. W. Hunt.. Key West to Miami. Jennings Ezelle and Warren Brown. I Singer Sewing Machine Co.
Ii evening. Mrs. Carl Bernerwon
Grown-ups invited were Mrs. C. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Weaver are Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rohlin and E. Nall, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, second prize and Mrs. Miner

Ii at Delray Beach for' a two weeks' Mr. and Mrs. John Allen of Fort Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. H. H. first prize. ...

, vacation. Lauderdale spent several days at Turner, Mrs. L. A. Osteen of Fort Home made ice cream and cookies

Ij'j the Clewiston Inn, enjoying the Myers and Mrs. O. L. Osteen of were' served to Mrs G. H. Small, I I J. M. COUSECounselor
Mrs. Josephine Knight Mrs. W. E.
l' Mr. and Mrs Otto Larsen and I II bass fishing in Lake Okeechobee. Fort Pierce. ,
I' Emmett the weekend Dilley, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. P. and Attorney at Law
l Shelley spent '
I ;11 Mrs.: E.. M. Cornette, Miss Edythe : M. McIntyre, Mrs. M. E. Von Hopkins' Building
Nell and Sue Cornette have goneto Mach and Mrs. Berner.
,j'it- CHURCH Wednesdays and Saturdays
Kentucky to spend their vaca-
I Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs. E. John N. Montgomery, Minister
tion visiting friends and relativesat 9:30 to 4:00
L. Stewart are spending several Morton's Gap and Hopkinsville. :N.H.NON. .H.NON. .N.N.N:N:N:N.N.N:N:N:N:N.N.N:N:N:N:N:M
1 days in Miami. I I 9:45 Sunday School.

Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Mock and 11:00 Church

The Rev. and Mrs. John N. daughter, Evelyn, who 'spent the Sermon Topic, "The Sinners'

:Montgomery were visitors in Miami past week visiting in Lake Placid, Friend." WithOur Johnson's Fish Camp ;

the first of the week. were in Clewiston Saturday en The Sacrament of Infant Baptism (Near Hurricane ''Gate)

n route to their new home in Miami. : will be administered at the Fla.
C. V. Parkinson returned Saturday service Sunday morning. Parents
from a stay of several weeks Charles W. Benson of Tampa desiring this ordinance for their Boysin Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Waynesville, N. C. spent the week-end in Clewiston. children should speak to the pas- Rates ReasonableW.
H. Johnson, Mgr.
Yeoman Benson was recently tor before Sunday.We "
... ---" theService
Mrs. O. L. Osteen of Fort Pierce transferred from Jacksonville to the welcome all who will to

spent yesterday here visiting ,Mr. U. S. Navy Recruiting Station in join with' us in worship and studyin I _

and Mrs R. C. Nowling. Tampa. the Sunday School and in the

church service. If 'you are look- 'ctr
Paul Slonaker, who. has been
:; Mr. and ,Mrs. Ben Bolton have ing for a church home, become a CONSIDERABLE -
stationed at the Naval Air Sta- r THERE IS 1
returned from a visit with relatives member of our church family.
I tion in Key West, spent the week- ACTIVITY IN
in Dawson, Georgia. Junior Christian Endeavor will
end, here visiting. He was en routeto meet Wednesday afternoon at 3:30in ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: I
Norfolk where he has been trans
Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfordand the church. Mrs. Wallace Arie i Clewiston '

son. Van Mumford. were Sun- I ferred. I is the leader of this group. All From 2nd Lt. Stanley McCorklethis I

day visitors in Palm Beach.' Mr. and Mrs. Asa D. Brown have boys and girls of the, communityare week came the first camp pa-, Real Estate
I invited. per we have received from any of ,
moved to Jacksonville, Mr. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wheeless being transferred} there by the U., The Community Church will hold the boys in service. Lt. McCorkleis I .

ond Mrs. E. W. Durst left today to S. Engineer office. Mrs. Ruth Wilcox its Daily Vacation Bible School stationed at the Ordnance Train- '

spend the wek-end in Sanford. I is moving into the house which during the week of July 27-31. ing Center, Aberdeen Proving I

the Brown's vacated. There will be five morning sessions. Ground, Maryland. Appropriatelythe

Mrs. William N. Martin, Elsie, I Plans, are being developed. Look camp paper is named the NOWIS

Danny and Donna Martin are spend- Miss Ruth Knight, who has been for complete details in next week's "Flaming Bomb."

ing this month with relatives in employed as stenographer in the paper. All boys and girls 4 to 15 Lt. McCorkle writes "I ,enjoy THE TIME TO BUY

Stuart. Navy Yard in Key West, has accepted are invited to enroll.. Count on reading the News,. specially the --- 'THAT LOT YOU BAVE-

,I I a similar position with the being present: Monday, July 27. articles about boys from Clewistonin BEEN THINKING ABOUT

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and Navy and is employed in offices in The choir will practice Thurs the service and hope that you f

daughter, Shirley, are spending twoweeks' the DuPont Building 'in Miami. day evening at 8: 00 in the church. : will keep the good work up. We I

vacation on Fort Lauder- All singers of the community are : that are in the Army like to know CLEWISTON' IS NOW A
Mrs. E. M. Cornette and
dale Beach. daugh- invited. where the rest are going, also .how I DEFENSE AREA
: ters, Nell and
Edythe Sue, left ''Prov
they are doing. Here at The
,: ---;- Saturday New members received at the
; Wing Commander K. Rampling Cornette's a visit in Morton's with Mrs. service last Sunday were: Mr. ing Grounds I see lots and lots of I ; BUILDING WILL
parents Gap, ,
and Flight Lieutenant G. W. Wallace J. Arie, Mr. and Mrs. J. men from all over the United
Ky. Mr. Cornette plans to drave INCREASECLEWISTON
Nickerson spent the, week-end in F. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Gideon i States. There are several from
for them in of
up a couple weeks.I '
J' Palm Beach. :Brown, Dr. and Mrs. John A. Florida but so far none from Clew-

Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and chil- Morrow, Margaret Morrow, Mr. and iston. There are two of my old
I ....
Mrs. Mary V. Christian has com 1 dren, Ronald and Christine, left Mrs. C. R. Egley and Mrs. John N. camp buddies from years gone by

pleted the first session of the Tuesday for a visit with Mr. 2nd Montgomery. here, so I do not feel like a

l Florida, Southern College Summer I Mrs. Jimmy Wynne in Macon, Ga.:, stranger. My family and I miss the

'I! Term ''at Lakeland. and with other relatives in CordeJp. BAPTIST LADIES HOLD old home town and wish we could REALTY

f![ I Mr. Hare plans to' join them for REGULAR ,MEETING TUESDAYThe be back. We will _some day when

+ 1 J Mrs. Ruth B. Owens is enjoying part of their vacation. the war is over." and DEVELOPMENT i

a vacation in Tampa this week. She business and program meet- *

is visiting her son, Thomas B. Mrs. J. E. Taylor left this week ing of the Woman's Missionary G. B. Rackstraw has just had CORPORATION ;

Owens and family. for Buffalo, New York, accom- Union was held Tuesday afternoonat news of promotions of both his

I -----' panying her mother, Mrs. Hughes, the First Baptist Church. ,A {
r Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dottery, Jr., who has spent a short visit here. very interesting program was given (Continued on Page 8)
left Monday for Fort Lauderdale Mrs. Foy Durrence accompanied by the Mary Ellen Dozier Circle. --- -

where he was transferred by the them to West Palm, Beach to I board I Mrs. R. J. Blount presiding. The I "' '

U. S. Geological Survey. a train. I theme of the program was "

soever Things Are of Good\vhat-I \11n9 a .. "ih '
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Himrod and Rev.. H. C. Meador and Misses port." Those participating were m o :

p 'family have moved out on the old Carolyn Bryant and Mamye 'Trice Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. R. J. Lee, Keep pekense .....r .;I.: ...;
Moore Haven road, where they are will attend the State Baptist As- Mrs. V. E. Bryant, Mrs. V. C. b ylflg : : : ::

constructing a new home. sembly in, DeLand next, week. Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. J. V. Turner. Mrs

-. Meador will accompany them to C. R. Kruger led in prayer and I

,Raymond Thaggard of Fort Winter Haven and visit with, her the business meeting followed with I

Myers spent this week in Clewis-I parents there while they are away. Mrs.' V. C. Woodward presiding. j

ton visiting his uncle and aunt,. Mr. Attending were Mrs. G. E. Collier,

and Mrs. B. L. Thompson.P. Mr and Mrs W. C. Prewitt are Mrs Ben Bolton, Mrs. Arch Hodges,I
returning this week from .a trip Mrs. Jack Himrod, Mrs. A. H.

A. Sizemore has been takento through the Western states. Benny, : King Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Mrs. E. "-

Good Samaritan Hospital in West David and Matthew Prewitt, who E. Cannon, Mrs. W. F. Nall, Mrs.J. .

Palm Beach where he is expected have been visiting their uncle and T. Paul, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, Mrs. PHOTOGRAPH OFFICIAL a : '
: ;p to undergo two operations.Mrs. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R.V.. Watson -I W. W. Perry, Mrs. W. C. Rainy, U.S. ARMY

in Columbus, Mississippi, will Mrs. W. T. Wheeless and Mrs. A. SIGNAL CORPS

L., A. Osteen of Fort Myers return with their\ parents. 'I H. Vann.

, I arrived yesterday to spend a few ,
' days with her daughters, Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stevens and I KEENS PURCHASE HOMEMr.

C. Nowling and Mrs. J. L. Whitaker. family moved this week to Fort
Keep prepared to meet rising prices
----- Lauderdale. Mr. Stevens was' and Mrs. Manning Keen this
'I' I transferred there on the U. S. week purchased from Mr and Mrs.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Lehman I
visited Mrs. Lehman's brother and Geological Survey. The Stevens A.' Stone the residence on Poncede and taxes by adding regularly to
family lost their entire (household Leon Avenue adjoining the J.
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. \0
,.:. & Reid of Miami, the past week- furnishings when the van moving E. Ezelle home. The house is now your Savings Recount here... with
end. them to Fort Lauderdale burneden' occupied by the D. B. Allen fam-

route'' < > ily. liberal earnings and .insured safety.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, their Jo Ann Crouch, Carline Berner,
Eons, Bill and Johnnie, Miss Kath- Pat Bailey, Grace Ward, Mary DINNER PARTY THURSDAY
leen Lewis and Miss Bessie Lewis Louise Thomas, Louise Prewitt and

: : -made an overnight trip to Miami Shirley Owen returned Monday The Gideon H. Brown home was BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HEREI
Wednesday. from a week's stay at the Presby-
the of an informal dinner I
terian Camp for Girls, which was
party Thursday evening, when Mrs.
Mrs. Walker Nail conducted at the Red Coconut,
and son, Brown entertained of
11 Walker Fort Myers Beach, under 'the direction -
have returned
from a friends. The centerpiece of ,the
of the Rev. Alexander Linn.
visit of several
weeks with her table was a sectional bouquet in
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Littlein The camp had an enrollment of 42 red, white 'and. blue flowers., Other
Pensacola. campers and a staff of seven
accessories were in a' patriotic
,, C
--- W. C. Owen, Jr., has returned. theme. 7,
Mrs. Dave G. Alston and Miss from New Orleans where he Is Guests were Dr. and Mrs. W. D.

Martha Nell Alston returned Tues- a student at Tulane University and Wylie, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd T. Vor-

day from a week's stay in New is spending the summer with his hees, the Rev. and Mrs. John N.

ihi York City. They made the trip. parents, Mr. and, Mrs. W. C. Owen. Montgomery, and Mr. and Mrs.

? up and back by plane. Since the close of the regular col Carl E. Johnson. i .
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I TVA 'Demountable Homes' I THE CHEERfUL CHEI\UB '

WIt7IMIO1G I thought that details '

And now, under the grim necessity of war, comes the demountable, G spoiled my life ,
tfi movable home that can be moved from post to pillar, and which is builton That I would riseabove

an assembly line as the craftsmen of Detroit used to build automo- all these. _

R0 F EN biles. Uncle Sam got his idea from the Tennessee Valley Authority who GE E I dropped a collet-

first used, the demountable home. button then ,
Washington, D. C. Released by Western Newspaper Union. went tj.ll

BEHIND RAF RAIDS TARRY PARKS, young Columbia my theories.CLASSIFIED. ..
Few people outside the inner circle L 'Pictures' leading man, q.1'CAI'4'1! 4
but the recent bombing
know ,
and other lads who
raids on Bremen, Cologne, 1
have been accomplished in part ii: : making their first bid for screen
through the farsightedness of Ed fame have taken over the, 26-

Stettinius Jr., who, long ago saw the room house once owned and occupied -
importance of high octane gas and
demanded 'that the administration' by the late Thomas Meig-

start large scale production. han. Larry, who heads the group, WNU Features.

Stettinius has taken it on the chin ; has an important role in the

regarding the slowness of aluminum Astaire-Hayworth musical, "You ...
production and has admitted he was al Were Never Lovelier." He says it
wrong. (Real reason for the tragic cost only $14.75 to furnish the houseit
error was his reliance on Aluminum JOn cost Meighan more than $9,000!
Corporation of, America figures). They've thrown four rooms togetherand DEPARTMENTRAZOR
But on two other vital commoditieshe built a theater in which they
was way out in front. rehearse parts for pictures comingup.
One of 'these was rubber. Stetti- There is a large portrait of Tom BLADES
nius was the first to see the need of Meighan over the living room fire- Shaves One
razorClean Blade
building synthetic rubber factoriesto place-they picked it up in a Holly- for conditionerWith Is guarantSThe .send
for the fall of Singaporeand wood prop house. on.c GLOVER prepaid sample CO., ana agent's proposi-
prepare began dinning on Jesse Jones; the assembly line at Muscle' Shoals, Ala. The houses being built -;.," Chattanooga, Tenn. ,.. "
could made 'in uniforni'Sized portable sections and can be to- I ,
for nearly a year before he here are put The sponsors who, seven years
get Jesse to move. gether in about four hours. ago, were farsighted enough to see new steel helmet just adopted -
The other commodity was high octane the potentialities of an obscure radio by the Army is no longer calleda
gasoline, without which the cur- couple and build them into the "tin hat." It's a "head bucket"and
rent bombing raids could not take famed Fibber McGee and Molly, when you see one you'll know
place. One bomber takes about give radio another innovation this why. Our soldiers have changed
1,000 gallons of gasoline to fly from summer; they're substituting a much of their slang since the last

England to Germany and back, so ....".. .:.::, war, but not their preference for
with 1,000 bombers staging a raid, :.': .". ..:......:.::. .:'..: Camel Cigarettes. Now-as then (>
.1,000,000 gallons of fuel is used up -Camels are the favorite. They'rethe
in one night. favorite cigarette with men in
the Navy Marines and Coast
U. S. PRISONERS IN BATAAN Guard as well, according to actual
Ex-Undersecretary of the Interior sales records from service men's
; Jack 'Dempsey has taken up with 1 stores. If you want to be sure of
the American Red Cross the prob- p your gift to friends or relatives in
lem of getting a Red Cross repre- ; the service being well received,
sentative in Manila to look out for stop in at your local dealer's and
U. S. prisoners from Bataan and send a carton of CamelsAdv.HOUSEWIVES .

Corregidor.So .
far, the Japs have not permitted -
a Swiss Red Cross representative .
in Manila, though they have ad- !
mitted Swiss representatives to j,

Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong. ..._w.J ,..__N>.._ __..____v>..?...,..,,,8.=,p.fn ft No excuse has been given by the
Here is the first "slice" of a demountable house being in placeon
Japs for not permitting a Swiss put Metro news commentator and a mu-
representative in Manila, but U. S. its permanent foundation. The lady of the house will be able to sician in a half-hour replacement : *

officials presume it is because they cook dinner in her new kitchen within a few hours. program while Fibber and Molly Your Waste Kitchen Fats

don't want anyone from the outside ,._.'__9oaC-"-.,...,.,.,.,.., '" ___. ... ..___>__U..m..hn____ vacation. The commentator is John Are Needed for Explosives
world to see what is going on there. Nesbitt, the1musician, Meredith
'Meanwhile, however, the treat- Willson. The program combines mu- TURN 'EM IN! *

ment of U. S.:> prisoners in Japan sic with snatches of history, literature -
and China is reported to be good. and current events.
The Swiss representatives make -"- A VEGETABLE
regular reports, state that American -
Walt Disney, whose "Bambi" will
prisoners have no complaints, %i't p'v;>w.. ,4/ '"> YFw soon be released through RKO, has Lxative
that sheets on the beds are changed to a.
acquired the screen rights Major 1:
i For Headache
ii ,
frequently, and that married men
Alexander P. de Seversky's "Vic- Sour Stomach
are allowed to go to see their.wives Air Power and will jk iT2NC E '
tory Through D 'i and Dizzy
every week-end.. make it into a feature picture for Spells when
exhibition sometime this fall. V caused by Con

ROYAL PRESS CONFERENCEAt -;. stipation. Use i..
King Peter's conference with only as directed.
the press, the Jugoslav monarch Imagine Charles Boyer producingand fi'r'' '' 15 doses for
was completely poised, though ad- acting in something called only 10 cents.
"Flesh and Fantasy." It will be his F
mitting the camera men fazed hima '
first production for Universal; he'll
bit. With characteristic zeal they
monopolized the proceedings with star in one episode. Edward G.
popping flashbulbs.A Robinson in another, and let's hope
reporter asked Peter what his they change the title! t-

outstanding impressions were of the -;,
,13.5. Capt. Hewitt Wheless, the army / To Relieve MONTHLYfEMALE "
"One that stands out is your The lady of the demountable Framework of a demountable, flier who was cited by the Presidentfor

friendliness," he answered promptly. house finds that, except for soap house of the type built for TVA his exploits in the Pacific 'war, PAIN

"Everywhere I have gone I have. and towels, the bathroom is all and now adopted by the govern.. will play himself in a short subject,
noticed that." ready for the master to take a tub ment. The wheels enable the house i "Beyond the Line of Duty," which It you suffer monthly cramps backache -

"Does that include photogra- when he comes home. to be rolled along the assembly line. Warner Brothers will produce for "Irregularities", nervousness to distress functional of

phers?" _................._._ ................... ....... ._...._ __.....uu.. ........ ____ ........ ....... __. the army air corps. monthly disturbances-try Lydia E.Pinkham's .
"Well, they are persistent, aren't ..... i.YThis Vegetable Compound at
"' /"' ;> :'::; : :::':: :,::" once! Pinkham's Compound Is one
: k.::. : :
L.i" : : 9Y :} : :.q :
they? I wouldn't mind if they didn'tkeep : : :; .... shortage of leading men has medicine you can buy today made ,
, t shooting off things in my face." .,. proved too much for Harold Lloyd.He's especially Taken regularly for women.thruout the
-r. produced two pictures for month Pinkham's Compound
;, TANKER-SAVING PIPELINE RKO, "A Girl, a Guy and a Gob" such helps symptoms.build up Follow resistance label against directions
;r., American automobile owners don't and "My Favorite Spy" and has worth trying
r know it, but indirectly they had the left the studio. His next picture LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S co iPounn
\ British to thank for the final deci- would have been "Butterfingers,". a
/ sion to build a new pipeline from the football comedy.

South to the Middle West. ;--

. r Secretary Ickes had been urging Samuel Goldwyn will select six of TO CHECK, > ftA
construction of this pipeline for talented it
the loveliest and most sec- !.4
more than a year-always being retaries of Washington, D. C., for \ } IN 1DAYS,

rebuffed by the War Production _...... _- n- ___m__ ._____ __ ._._-.mmu..._.....suV.x roles in "They Got Me Covered," co- .
board. starring Bob Hope and Dorothy La-
Part of Ickes' argument was thatit Workers are preparing to load a section of a demountable house on mour. The story brings out the part # take666WNU7
was foolish to waste American a trailer truck (right) at the end of the assembly line. that Washington secretaries play in
tankers by having them oil
carry helping to run the government; it's
0 i all the way to England from the ,.;. .:..: '"hy : / said that they arrive in Washingtonat
Gulf of Mexico. If, on the other +i%:' y3' t; vl/a;! r Yi4 a rate of 5,000 daily! 2S-42

hand, tankers could load oil and -.."
" gasoline at a Middle Atlantic port, l"f,.. >YIi.y ;
:. they could save 1,000 miles of The biggest all-star lineup ever
'.: travel and reduce the exposure to gathered for a summer radio show -
submarine attack. Tankers are get- is the one that Bob Hawk's sponsors t1 .. "
booked for Friday nights; it'sa 4 Ii
ting scarce these days, and the have
60-minute show featuring Xavier Don't Neglect Them
shorter the distance they have to
orchestra, Connie Boswell Nature designed the kidneys to do a
steam, the more trips they can marvelous job. Their task is to keep the

make. #; @ijJ It .... ...... .. ......1 and Margo, Lanny Ross and a new flowing blood stream The free act of of an living; excess-liftitself of
'<<' :: ; ': comedian Herb Shriner. toxic impurities. !
Ickes put forth this argument em- W 1 t ; i- .. ..... { } .4.o:1::1 is constantly producing waste
phatically at the last hearing before '.,.:.IIf ; '; '. : :<<{W ;l:"x;.. ..; :...:. b.\ : matter the kidneys must remove from
;; '. '" ; ."' the blood if good heath is to endure.
. the War Production board, but was >' Richard Denning, male lead in When the kidneys fail to function aa
.rebutted by Lieut. Gen. Brehon Som- : : .; :j. '1'i: ;; i li f. ". .: "Beyond the Blue Horizon," has waste Nature that intended may,cause there body-wide is retention dis-of
ervell, head of the army's service of -J ..... filmdom's stars in his
P < -" 4' r 'k;<$ 'W held many of tress. One may suffer nagging backache,
supplies. Somervell pooh-poohed the o :..' : : F': { made the test with Veronica persistent headache,attacks; of dizziness,
:: ia;1: ..: ;'' .,';1li i0futit; 4. arms. He getting up nights swelling puffinesa
idea that England was hard up for lit. '' :,1. 6. ., >..'0 W,:. 4N.== .@<::f.1 ;;:<' : '> Lake which won her her role in under tho,eyes-feel tired nervous all r
oil 'gasoline, said he had just re- i ;" .:;: j.1 '/;:,!= .:. V ,. ft .V' //t: '.!,}; "I Wanted Wings." Paulette God- worn out.
J) or burning
} Frequent scanty
turned from there, and that Ickes'argument ?." ;. tA 3 ; .. : )11'i( >..' :WAj'K... : dard got her Paramount contract sometimes further evidence passagesare of kid-
was pure'poppycock.Ickes ', I .. ls- ..i'...;:'" I ] ; ? } I-t L ; > ..' '. :'".. : j:: : ::\::> after making a test with him; Ellen ney or bladder disturbance.The .
1I ); m4vt1 ; : :;/ : 'IJ and
}* ; ; : : *... h ..;N/: : .'.. .... recognized help treatment
made no immediate reply ,. .(.. ,;:;"".' i'" ." ''!, ..,' : <->>;:;,, Drew's test set her for "If I WereKing" is a diuretic medicine to the kidneysget
:;: :: : : < : r < i. ",<'7. ,',.. : 'i'@ }.
: : '" : H'I:: : :,'> :: x"' :> her into rid of excess poisonous body waste.
. ; but cabled the British government. tFaaIu3/\ "J ,, .. ,'%dDi/m ; Mary Martin's put Use Doan'a Ptlla. They have had more
',,' The British were boiling mad, and .';' 0/, ; : l, :>...::" :: .: 1 ".;' : & %! it'? .'Vj.,4;: :;dHl !\ "The Great Victor Herbert," her than forty years of public approval.Are
the reply he received clinched the ; _,, :';_.1.. ...h.Y':/ ......-;--!&!".' -- first film role. A closeup of his chest Doan's.endorsed Sold the at country all drug over.stores.rmiii Insist. on
. '. matter. The War of Bob Hope's
Production board I substituted for one ;
decided'Somervell didn't know much Everything but pork chops! A few hours after the first section of his back did the same for Bob

r about British oil .supplies. The pipe I the "demountable"; put in place, milady enters the kitchen and finds Burns'.- Now he's getting a chance, ,
: line was ordered built. it completely equipped and ready for business. all of him, in the Lamour picture. I


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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. Split It Retaliation
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
# (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Doctor-I'll examine you for five Lady-r-Johnny, why are you
dollars. making faces at that bulldog?
Patient-Go ,ahead. If you find Johnny (wailing-He started it.
I PROCESSING Lesson for July 19 it we'll go halves.

I Vegetable Preparation Required Hot Wafer Bath Pressure Cooker It is easy to believe in evolutionif
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
I Minutes Minutos Pounds lected and copyrighted by International 'Jumped the Gun your neighbors have children.
Wash, precook 3 minutes, Council of Religious Education; used by
/ Asparagus 180 40 10 permission. Mrs. M.-/ got your letter yesterday,
pock./ but was surprised: to see that it was What He Said
I Beans Wax Siring' Wash precook, sIring 5 mlnules.,i cut or leave whole, 180 40 10 CAIN AND ABEL: A CONTRAST dated next week.. Jimmie-My Uncle Larry's got
Mrs. R.-My husband must have exclamatory rheumatism.
Shell, grade,wash; precook 5 minutes, 55 :Genesis mailed it the
Beans, L'lma then pock. 180 10 LESSON TEXT- 4115. day I gave it to him. Johnnie You mean inflamma-
GOLDEN TEXT-By faith Abel offered
Beets osh, ;cook 15 minutes, 120 40 10 unto God a more excellent sacrifice than tory rheumatism, don't you?,
slip skinS,pockem Cain, by which he obtained witness that he Folks who follow the old adage, Jimmie-Nope. I mean exclam
"' Brussels Sprouts Remove outer leaves,wash; precook 120 40 10 was righteous.-Hebrews 11:4. "Think before you speak," find it atory-every time he tries to move
' I Cabbage 5 minutes,odd Fresh waler. hard to carry on a conversation." he yells and cusses.
( Carrots Washh poleol; precook 5 minutes, 120 35 10 The weed of sin is fast growing,
and brings forth bitter fruit. The
Caull'flower 4 Remove mlnules, oulor, pack.loaves,wash;precook 150' 35 10 disobedience Adam and, Eve re
sulted in their being put forth from
Remove husk, precook 5 minutes, A
Corn on Cob pack. 210 80 10 the garden, but that judgment did

cob precook 5 minutes, not terminate the awful plague of
; 80
Corn tom 210
Pu '
Whole-Kernel sin. We see it in this lesson showing

Greens Wash, seem to will, 180 60 10 forth in their son, as it has in all
all kinds t
pock loosely.
the sons of Adam down through the
Parsnips, Turnips k '_pare, precook 5 minutes, 90 35 10 centuries.It .
is dark picture and which
a one
t Peas Shell', grade {use only young}; precook 180 60 10
i 3 minutes, pack loosely. would discourage us did we not
pieces, steam or bake until lender, know that redemption has been
( : Pumpkin, Squash pa k t 180 ,60 10 wrought out by "the second man, @@w Flies pick up dirty disease

1- Sauerkraut 'Pack cold,Qdd salt, 30 the Lord from heaven." germs and drop them on

I no water. I. Two Sons (vv. 1-7). your food. Then and the
. i The birth of a child is always an you
Vegetable Preparation, and Processing Guide exciting occasion, and one can read- children are sick.

ily imagine what it must have meant -
Stock Those ShelvesWelljustified when the first boy ever to be born -l'--_ STOP SICKNESS NOW !
THIS WEEK'S MENU put in his appearance. What joy, 'low-cost
I pride is yours if you Raspberry. Cherry Fruit Cup what concern for :his welfare, what Buy TANGLEFOOT
. + # can gaze at the summer's crop of Lamb Steaks puns for the future! And then, what N Fly Eaper-"It.catches the

vegetables, nicely Creamed New Potatoes disappointment and sorrow! Germ as well as the Fly!"
put up on your But before speaking of that, let
canning shelf for, Buttered GreensOnionOrange us observe how he and his brother .; Sold at Grocery,Hardware end Drug Stores

comes the winter, Salad differed in their interests and per-
you have but to Raisin Bread sonalities. T1ii

open one of those Custard Pie Beverage Abel chose the work of a shep- _
brightly colored herd, much honored in the early
jars with toma- history of man. Cain became a till-
toes, peas, beans, Cooling the Jars. er of the soil, which with the pas-
beets or carrotsor Proper cooling is, important to the sage of time has come to be more i'4me' aces AI tUae4: .
any of the oth- good keeping of canned food. Do not important than the other. e

er vegetable favorites set them in a draft, but rather away They also had a different view- PRODUCTION and
and partof from one, with jars far enough apart' point on worship. Cain was a religious -
'h, that well ball to allow a free circulation of air man. He apparently was
"""- anced meal is around them.Stacking the first to worship, but he came in MORE PRODUCTION

planned and on its way to the table. the jars or covering them the spirit of one who recognized God
Safest method for canning vege- with a cloth does not allow for free only; as his Creator, the One worthy
tables is by the pressure cooker. circulation of the air. Jars should of his homage. Abel came also witha'
Your concern here is to be sure to not be packed in boxes o'r in the gift, but his ''attitude was quite

process the exact length of time canning cupboard until they are different. His offering spoke of sac- ii JUST III
the vegetable requires, as indicatedby properly cool. rifice, the need of a covering for sin ; HOW -
the table at the top. If not prop- ,I When the jars are cool, test to (cf. Gen. 3:21). It was more than 'f,
the food will spoil. see if they are sealed properly by t
erly processed, homage, it was a, plea .for forgiveness. -
taking a spoon and tapping the lid t J
Selecting Vegetables.
Young, tender vegetables, freshly gently. If they give off a clear, The Lord's acceptance of Abel'ssacrifice IT HELPS YOU I
! (r)s gathered, give you the best finished ringing sound, they are properly made Cain angry (v. 5). r
product. Canning cannot remedy sealed. If the sound is low and dull, Here again he differed from Abel,
over-mature produce so 'do there's a leak somewhere, and you for there
tough, was no angry response on -
not expect it to. Nor, should you would do best to re-can the food, his part. Abel had recognized God's -rAKE! .

expect to can what you cannot dispose and prevent spoilage. desire in worship. Cain not. only
of at the table while fresh. Sterilizing Jars, Caps, Lids. failed to do so, but rejected God's
Commercial canners use vegetables To dip the jars,. lids'and caps in instruction and His plea (vv. 6, 7). WII1URSMITH'S'
grown to order, not leftovers, so it hot or ,;warm water is not proper II. Murder (vv. 8, 9).
behooves you, homemakers, to take sterilization. Before placing in ster- Instead of repentance and correc- ,
f a -tip from them.Cleanliness .. ilizer, wash all caps and jars and tion, the anger of Cain carried him
is important. You'll lids in ,soapy suds, then 'rinse thor- to the awful conclusion of hatred, TOflICt&ZTRUSTED I
enjoy letting cool water trickle, oughly. Place in a pan on a rackor the taking of life. We.tend to thinkof '
trickle, trickle over the vegetablesto on a cloth laid on the bottom of murder as a crime which only a FOR 74 YEARS F

free them entirely of every trace the pan and pour warm water over desperately wicked man would com- ,
I, of soil. Any soil left on the vegetable them. Bring to a boil and boil for mit. We hardly think of the "respectable" -
can bacteria, and thus bea 15 minutes. The equipment may little sin of be- FJ'W-
carry envy .as < '
major factor in spoiling an other- stay in the hot water longer, until ing the root of murder. :;: : %t
wise good product. you are ready to use it. Actually there is no little sin, for
Process the jars of vegetables as Speed Is Necessary.The it is the genius of sin to grow, to .

soon as they are packed, never allowing time from which the vegeta- increase, to go step by step, yes,
them to stand around until bles or fruit are picked and canned often by leaps and bounds, to its
you get to the serious business of should be pared down to exceed not horrible fruition. "The heart is deceitful -
canning. more than two hours. Changes take above and
r all things, desper-
t Spoilage Factors. place in 'the composition of the food ately wicked: who can know it?"
I Mold, yeast and bacteria cause which makes it less desirable for (Jer. 17:9). Why trust it? : na
; food spoilage. They lurk in air canning, each hour it is allowed to The deceitfulness of Cain's heartis \\AME4//

soil ,and water stand without being canned. shown by, the callous evasivenessof
and must be destroyed Packing the Food. his reply to God concerning his
, r by proper Sandwiching the food down in thejars' murdered brother. His sin brought
:' processing if the too tightly prevents the heat God's question. It always does. Do
food is to keep in from getting around it and will re- not assume you can hide from Him.
perfect condition. sult in improper processing. Espe- "
"Am I my brother's keeper? is
Then to assure cially important is a fairly loose the perfect expression of the selfish
food keeping well i packing with vegetables like corn, and indifferent attitude of the world.
r be sure the jar peas. greens and lima beans. Human beings are regarded as
l Jil cover is fastened as tightly as pos- If liquid boils away or evaporates simply those to be exploited, beings
. sible. This you can do by any during processing, do not replacethis upon whom they may prey. For
number of available devices.It other liquid before sealing the example: Just to make money, men
is also important when packing jar. Even though all the vegeta- are willing to destroy a fellow man
the jars, after vegetables have been bles or fruits are not covered with with intoxicating liquor, or break
11 precooked and you are spooning juice, they will keep perfectly well, down his decency and morality by
them into the jars, to wipe off any provided the contents are cooked selling him indecent books or maga-
excess before fastening on the cov- properly and sealed well. zines.

er. Any small particles which lodge Since tomatoes are technically a Murder having taken one of the
between cover and jar will cause fruit and are acid, they are canned two sons, we find that the remain-
spoilage. differently from vegetables.
ing one is just
Tomatoes. III. A Vagabond (vv. 10-15).
Scald tomatoes in boiling water 1 Judgment for sin made Cain a
minute. Soak in cold water 1 min I
Lynn Says: wanderer and a fugitive. Never
ute. Peel and
,core would he be able to get away from
How many jars will it take?
pack into steri-
s the of his brother's blood (v.
That's the question many home lized jars. Add 1 10). No wonder he said he could not ,
canners are asking when it comesto teaspoonful of salt
bear it. But notice that his cry was l II.
figuring the number of jars to each jar and J) 5
'i she should have. not one of repentance or contrition % (
i Here are hints on some of the water cover with or tomato boiling but only of fear, of retribution.So _
God shows mercy, forbiddingthe
common goods: juice to within Vz

, quart Tomatoes jar.String :: 3 pounds yield a inch of the top. Put on cap, screw Vengeance judgment belongs of men to God upon, and Cain.in

tightly and place in pressure cookerfor this first murder He reserved judg-
Beans 1 bushel
: yields 10 minutes at 5 pounds, in a hot
ment to Himself. Later He put upon
17 Greens to 20 :quart 1 bushel jars.spinach yields water bath for 35 minutes or in the man the responsibility of judgingand yC With men in the Army, Navy,

11 13 pints; 1 bushel dandelions oven for 75 minutes.If punishing murder by death Marines, and Coast Guard, the fit

. yields' 15 pints. the directions for the vegetables you (Gen. 9:6), but here He put His pro- favorite cigarette is Camel. I ? l
Corn: 100 ears of golden Ban- wish to can are not given in today's column tecting hand on Cain. (Based
actual sales recordsin
tam makes about 14 pints. or if you have any vegetable canning Yet, to be a fugitive, with no real on
Beets: 12 pounds yields 6 pintsin problems, write to Miss Lynn Chambers, abiding place on earth, and every Post Exchanges, Sales CornmissariesShip'sServiceStores

the stalk, 2 pint jars, if cut in your explaining letters your to her problem at Western to her.Newspaper Address man's hand against him, was in- : ct i4Y 0
deed One rl" $
pieces. Union, 210 South Desplaines Street, Chicago a heavy punishment. Ship's Stores, and Canteens)
Peas: 1 bushel pods yields '14 Illinois. Please enclose a stamped could have wished that it had
pints. self-addressed envelope for your reply. brought repentance, but it did not.
Released by Western Newspaper Union. May none of us go the way of Cain. j

THE CLEWISTOtf! NEWS rx;!:, : FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1913
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Western Union's blanks which fea- Unless said certificate shall be 3rd day of August.
iston church, then gave a report on deemed according to law, the re-I l 1942.
Florida Plant May of the Baptist Seminaries and tures messages to service. men. Each :rty described therein will be sold to rqT&V? thIs 3rd WILLIAM day of Julv"-; 1H2.
one T. HULL It
numberand 1 the highest bidder at the court house
short message has a Clerk of
training.This Court of
the methods of door: on the first Monday in the I
Prove Solution To the company will send them to ; of l"en2ty31C-Unty' Florida
was followed by a business month August, 1942, which Is the July 10,
session and a sword drill put on any service man anywhere for.-----------
Rubber Shortage of twenty cents per number. At the
by sixteen boys and girls, one
Rec- receiving station the numbers are
the highlights of the day.
ognition was given the first four turned back into the original mes-

JACKSONVILLE: July 15 _I winners, the first three places go- sages. Imagine a message to I f

(FNS-A Florida plant that tests Ing to Canal Point boys and girls Australia for a dollar! Then there's ,

:ahoy produces from 3 to 10 percent and fourth to Wilma Tingle of the special blanks which the. government

:pure latex, may prove a solution Clewiston. provides through its post

':to the nation's rubber shortage During the Brotherhood hour i offices. Letters are written on

"problems, according to the research Rev. J. E. Dillard, pastor of the them and sent to a central point
"division of the Florida State I photographed and
Belle Glade Baptist Church, gavean where they are
"Ch'auiber of C mmerce. inspirational address on "Turn- then sent to the men abroad. II i I ,

The name of the plant, isJryptostegIa ing From Our Own Ways To Thoseof is a system that makes one mail I
commonly called the of of / r
< God's." pouch do the work scores s a '
""purple allemanda. It is native to The service closed with a song mail pouches, and saves valuable \ '

Florida and 'could "be grown herein and announcements of associational space in transportation.. \. ,. ,

:quantity. activities. *

Experimental work is' :now. being Mildred O'Steen, sister of Mrs. \

carried on by both the research ; R. C. Nowling, who has visited :,

division of the State Chamber of Kiwanis- here often, has volunteered for .

'Commerce, '{directed by'. !' H.. I. Moss- foreign 'service Mildred is ,a .

tarser, and the U. S. Department, need for nursesso
from 1) R. N. and with the
Continued page rs r
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bureau of chemIstry loco
'Of Agriculture's able as spies. He also pointed out great her offer will probably be 'w r :

and engineering. soon accepted and we'll be hearing
to the Clewiston area
or the danger ENJOY THECOMFORTS @@I 1
So enthused is H. G. Knight :
from her In places. ly
of the various points
and (
the Department that he claimed he *
for sabotage when II II'k
be ripe
would -solve the rubber problem in ;
the right moment comes. The priv- John A. Perry has completed his
four months through the use of thisrubber OP
ate citizen's part, he stressed, was basic training at Kessler Field and .
producing plant. Experi-
not to attempt to seek out these has been stationed at Moore Field, JODERNStreamline: A'
mental 'plantings are how growing
i'n foreign agents but to cooperate with Texas, three miles from the border.
in Dade County and the Ever- I
law enforcement officers and the He says it's a swell field, and that S: ;': N
glades. ;.,. ::.,, ,.. .
FBI by reporting any suspicious he will be there for "a while.
The State Chamber was informed action. And to remain always on Buses
this week by John L. Colyer: ,
the alert to keep from giving out Dick Hooks, who enlisted in the
president of the B. F. 'Goodrich
information.Mr. Naval Reserve the same, time Wil-
I Service
Rubber Company, of the inventionof Dependable / -
'a revolutionary heavy-vehicle Ward centered his talk on bur Goff did, is in the same camp ,

the friendly relations between the Wilbur His address is
tubeless tire which is destined to as now. Low Fares
save tons tof "rubber now required United States and Canada and par- R. R. Hooks, C.M.lc., 15th Batt.,

for inner tubes and flaps. Collyer ticularly how closely the two Co. C. Plat. 3, N.C.T.C. Camp Travel 'via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida T

said exhaustive tests prove the new neighboring countries have worked Allen Norfolk, Va. You see the and the North.

tire 'capable of standing up under together during the war. He toid Navy 'really uses the alphabet.

all .sorts of road conditions. of the ''bill now before Parliament Northbound-Croas-State to Tampa .

at Ottawa which would make ,an This 'column welcomes news ol Lv. CANAL POINT 5.20 AM 10:30 AM 1:40 PM 3:30 P-p.['
outright gift to Great Britain'of Clewiston's men in the armed Ar. LAKELAND 9:30 AM 3:25:: PM 6:15: PM 8:25: PM:
:Bowlit three and a half billion dollars Ar. TAMPA 10:50.AM 4:30 PM 7:20 PM 9:30 PM
services. If your brother, son or

which has been patterned after our husband is in service and is not .., Southbound-Going .
bill and of how the
(Continued: from Page 1) Lease-Lend receiving the News, it's your fault. Lv. CANAL 'POINT 12:15 AM 2:00: PM 3:50 PM 4:00: PM 5:55 PM
Canadian government, when a draft It is our pleasure to mail it each Ar., MIAMI 3:55 AM 5:30 PM 7:20 PM 730 PM: 9:40 PMReturning
Kelly 150, Phil McLeod 150; Olin found early
lottery was necessary week to the boys in service, as longas :
Waters 149
149 Bud Vaughn ,
this year, used our draft setupexactly
Charles Lovvorn 148, .Cy Size- I for theirs. He told also of newspapers can be delivered to Lv. MIAMI 2:00 AM 7:00 AM 9:00 AM:: 10:00 AM 12:01: PM

more 147, M. E. Von Mach 145, how the United States had copied them. We particularly welcome I I r Ar. CANAL POINT ,5:20 AM ]10:30 AM 12:20 PM 1:40 PM 3:30 PM
and S. L. Crochet'' 145. The ten of their war measures after news of their promotions, i Northbound to Tallahassee''
many j
etc. Give us their addresses, and I COSTS JUF S THAN DRIVING;
high team averages are: Commissary 'similar measures tried and provenin Lv. CANAL POINT ..._...-........._..12:20 PM
663, Personnel 655,' P/!M. S., Canada and of how both ,then keep us posted concerningthem. I Ar. ORLANDO _.__..._"....____._._.. 4:35 PM Miami __.._____._ $ 1.R0. 3..i
coun- .. __ ..._. ._.. .
Ar. OCALA ..... :__ _._ _? 7:25 PM .
632,' Real Estate 621, Research tries are working side by side to Ar. TALLAHASSEE _....-...__.....12:10 AM Jacksonville _.,;; 4.:0:0 8.0
620, 'Warehouse 609, Crackers 608, manufacture implements of war. Tampa : ? 2.:;:; 4.60
'General Office 607, Office Scrubs NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING 'OF Northbound to Jacksonville. Lakeland'. .,2.10 3.80

606 and Harvesters 601. Excellent material on the subjectwas LANDOWNERS. OF CLEWISTON Lv. CANAL POINT: _....:______._12:20 PM Orlando ..._?.___. 2.30 4.15
contained in a bulletin from DRAINAGE DISTRICT Ar. JACKSONVILLE ............._.._.12:01: ,AM Tallahassee __ 6.\:0 '11.45:
Standings of the teams,as of Wed- which Mr. 'Ward read excerpts (Via Orlando) Lake City .'__ 4.60 8.. O
nesday of this week were: Notice Is hereby given that, pur-
which come ,to him monthly froma suant to call of the Board of, Super- Lv. CANAL POINT ___._..._._.. 5:20: AM Atlanta -._.-____ 0.13 16.-.0
'Team W. L. Avg. friend he met while attending visors of Clewiston Drainage District,] Ar. JACKSONVILLE, ..........----- 4:00 PM Savannah _. ...._ 6.45 11.60
Personnel .................. 14 1 .932 the Kiwanis, Convention in Atlanta the annual meeting of the, landowners -I (Via Winter Haven) Birmingham .,._ 10.80 19. 5

Commissary. ...'...:....... 13 2 .866 last year.With the of year Clewiston 1942 will Drainage be held District at the for Lv. CANAL POINT ___'.......___...._ 1:40 PM New York ..:__ 17.35 31.25
::I: *, M. S. .....................11 4.733 office of said District at Clewiston,I Ar. JACKSONVILLE _.____._ 1:15 AM Direct Connection At Jack' lit.

:Real Estate .............. 11 4 ,733 Hendry County, Florida, on Wednesday (Via Winter Haven) ftontllle With, Tallahaanee Greyhound and Lines liake
July 29, 1942, at 10:00 A. M. City
"trackers ..................... 12 6 .666 Our, Boys- o'clock. Eastern War Time, for the I Lv. CANAL POINT _.?_..._.._._. 3:30 PM ,For All Point North and

'Warehouse ................ 11 7 .661 II purpose of: Ar. JACKSONVILLE Lakeland-._. 4:45 AM West.
I 1. Electing a Supervisor; (Via
"'Centrifugal ................10 8 .555 ;;- ;; 2. Receiving Annual Reports and
'General Office ........ 8'0 7 .523 IContlnuePage' 5) II taking action with respect thereto DR. H. B. MILLER Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE

.Research ..................:. $ it.7 .523 boys. Gaynam, who is in the armyat as the: and landowners may determine PHONE 3321 CANAL POINT'

Dixie Crystals ..........:. :.8 10 .444 Camp Bowie, Texas has been I 3., Transacting such other busi-
ness as may come before the
Electric Dept ......;.....: '8 10 .444 promoted from Corporal Technicianto meeting. ECGE

Mill Sugar Blues .....,' 6 9 .400 Sergeant Technician, which is BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ..
I pretty fast work for lad. And CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy
I/ and C..11 .389 : F. D. DUFF, President.
Office ,Scrubs. ...........:: 5r'10: :.333 his brother, Larry, who ,enlisted in Dated July 1, 1942. -

';Harvesters ..............::... .4T:.14 ..222 the navy and was sent to. the.Naval July 10th and July 17th.

Steammakers ......*..:..;>> 3.: 12 .200 Air Station at Banana River, has: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR : kaPCru ernsJ

Doolittles ..........,.._.... ._. -2' 13 1133 been made Machinist Mate, 3rd TAX DEED
class, which is going right up the (Senate Dill No. 163)
ladder, too. .
LillIe Richards, holder of Tax Certifi-
*Lois Knight Williams' cable- cate No. 115 issued the 6th day of
I June A: D. 1938, has filed same in
(Continued from; page 1) gram from her husband, Lt. Paul my office and has made application
Williams which reported his safe for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
with Rev. John A. Moore, pastor Said certificate embraces the follow-
arrival in Australia, arrived Tuesdayand ing described property in the Countyof
"of. the Moore Haven Baptist Church, was the first message of any Hendry, State of Florida, to-wIt
.leading the devotional service during Lot 16 W% Block 49. Perry C.
sort from him since letters which Hull's Subdivision, LaBelle.
the training union liour. Rev. arrived June 20th. Lois The assessment of the said prop-
:5T. C. Meador, pastor of the Clew- goes erty under the said certificate issued
around these days with one of was in the name of Jim Goe.

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