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 31, 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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: :: 21 COLORED MEN Bare Beach Negro SEPTEMBER, 14, SET Dan W. ,BeardsleyOn COMMISSARY TEAM

Killed Friday NightJoe "Dean's List"


i Darden, 30, U. S. Sugar Cor- A Clewiston boy, Dan W. Beards-

: :BOARD FOR JULY poration employee of the Bare OF COUNTY SCHOOLSThe ley, is included on the "Dean'sList" BOWLING TOURNEY
Beach Village, is lodged in the just received by the Uni-

county jail at LaBelle on charges versity of Florida.A '
The July induction call for colored connected with the fatal stabbingof County School Board has place on this list is considereda The Personnel team of the U. S.

men was for twenty-one men Charles Peterson, 36, another set the opening'' date of schools in signal honor for any student in Sugar Corporation bowling league,
I from Hendry County but the ma- laborer in that v1l1a'ge.Officers Hendry County for September 14 the University's General College.
jority of these had been transferred investigating the stab- and 'is planning a full nine-months According to Dean Winston W. leaders of the first half of league

'.since registering and a few failed bing said that, it followed an term during 1942-43. j j! Little, a student is not accorded the ,play into the stretch stumbled

'p ',to report. Others had been trans. I argument which arose when Peter- Three vacancies are reported in high rating of' the "Dean's List" Tuesday night to lose one, game of

,,' ferred here from other places, how son left his house and found 'Darden the local school faculty but all wholly because of superior grades, their match with the Real Estate

ever, so there were seventeen who I there upon his ,return. Darden other teachers are said to have but an over-all view is taken of I team which
permitted the Commissary
:left here Tuesday to report to armed himself with a butcher knife signed their contracts and will return his"academic background, activi- -
Camp Blanding. I and Peterson with a pocket knife for the new term. ties and achievements. For example to jump into first place.

and the fight ended in favor of the consideration is often: ,given, to ..- The Commissary team still had
included in the Miss Evelyn
Those' county The first vacancy was
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larger knife. Peterson was stab- the high school record which' a three games to play in the half
call who left for Blanding were Dan Burhans, third grade teacher, but
bed above the heart and died a student brought to college, and and a loss in last night's matches
Tillman Dunner, Otis Lanier, the board of trustees has already I
few minutes later. this is viewed in relationship to his would have dropped them into a
t t :Roosevelt Davis, Elijah Franklin approved the application of Mis.
progress since enrolling tie ,with the Personnel team but
Boyd, ,Entucker Richson and Napoleon Fugate of Alva for this positionand
ItVI: ''I i Ashley of Clewiston, Cosey Kiwanis Club Hears it is expected that the county they were supremely confident and
had no trouble ,in taking three
' Watts and 'David Junior Taylor board ,will hire her. The two more Tax Assessor Gets
" who came from Fort Myers to Talk By G. W. Tyson recent vacancies are Mrs. Thelma straights from the Harvesters to
win the first half crown.
:'answer the call and Albert Taylor Okerstrom, last year's commercial Railroad ValuationsCounty
who returned from Loxahatchee toE -, teacher and Miss Lucy Bumble who Almost all matches have been

leave with the group. Failing to G. Willis Tyson, manager of taught mathematics and biologylast played ,in the first half except two

report were Fred Louis Baity, Henry Riddle Field, ,was guest speaker at year. Some action will prob- Tax Assessor Dennis that are slated tonight and will not

Williams and Lee Corenia Mariner. the regular meeting of the Kiwanis ably be taken shortly to fill these Small received ''word Friday from materially affect the standings.

t i Transfers were Ruben Morgan, I I Club at the Inn Wednesday even- two positions before the beginningof Comptroller J. M. Lee fixing rail- 'After these are over there is expected -

i V V\ transferred to Colquitt, Ga.; Gus ing and gave a brief but interest- the term from the list of appli- _road and other valuations not list I to be a lull during which

'I I: 'V Ponders, Jr., transferred to Union ing account of the field's set-up for cants now on file in the office of ed in the roll previously as follows -! time the handicaps will be figuredfor

I ''Springs, Ala.; James F. Fluellen, student training.Mr. County Superintendent C. E. Weaver. : each team -and play in the sec-

transferred to Tampa; Robert Columbus Tyson emphasized the fact A. C. L. .........................:....$146,6321 ond half will probably start the

Mariner, Jr., transferred to that there were certain things he Principal R. W. Turk has been S. A. L. .............................. 56,2951 I latter part of next week or the first

Union Springs, Ala.; Candy Doll was not permitted to disclose be- attending the summer session at the W. U. Telegraph, v................ 11,547 10f the week following.

Floyd, transferred to Princess Ann, cause of war restrictions but des- University of Florida but expectsto Ft. Growers Exp ............ 3,126 i I The handicaps which will be

,', "Va.; Eugene Jones Hudson, trans- pite this the talk was most interesting return to Clewiston shortly to -' given the weaker teams will prob-

ferred to Selma, Ala; ,Bennett and informative.. make preparations for the coming TOTAL ........................$217,600The i ably ,affect materially the resultsin
"Budie Duggs, transferred to Amer- V the second half and it is not
[ He spoke of the recent action by a I school term. amount of the county roll
icus, Ga.; Marshall Bell, I less the Smallas unlikely that some team far down
given by
the British government to withdraw II was
:" :red to Selma, Ala.; I roll the list in the, first half will jumpto
tranSfer-I their cadets from this country's air $5,878,770. The county
moore, transferred to IRIDDLE the top in the second half and
[ corps fields and said that many had FIELD WILL now totals $6,096,370.Comptroller
) Ala.: I I be in' the play-off for final honors
q .. misinterpreted some of the newspaper Lee approved the
Transfers to the local board ,articles and thought that the tax roll as submitted by Assessor with the Commissary team.

were Willie McCoy of Raydelle, local field was included. Riddle CONTINUE TRAINING Small subject 'to valuations as I The* standings given below are

Ga., Who ,failed :to report; Guy Field, he said, as well as four other represented not being materially for games through Tuesday night
"Royal Lane, transferred ,from Mi- fields in this country operated on. changed either by correction of I and some of them might be slightly -

:;, ami, failed to report; James Thomas contract with the, British govern ; BRITISH CADETS errors by the Assessor ,or 'by ac- affected by the results of last

: ,Gillis of Soperton, Ga.,, Ralph ment will continue to train RAF tion of the equalization board. If night's and tonight's matches:

Sealey of Cuthbert, Ga., Theotis cadets.In I' material changes were made, he Team Standings

;, Pruett, Union Springs, Ala., Jim closing Mr. Tyson invited the G. Willis Tyson, manager of} stated, then it would be necessaryto Team W., L. Pet.

', Lh Gaines, Americus, Ga., Johnny Lee club, to be guests of 'the field at Riddle Field stated yesterday that re-submit the roll for final and I I ..
Lewis / [i Commissary .... ...:... .19 j 2 .904
of ,Memphis. Tenn., Earnest formal '
s luncheon next Wednesday. this field would remain a tyainingfield } approval ] Personnel ....:...............21 3 .865
:i Davis or utlbert. Ga.,. ,and, : : .
..-,,j _, "William Owens .{>f linens, Ga. Following Mr,:Jjrscrti's, talk: a let- for RAF cadets and that *no, The county ,commissioners- will I)'P.I M. S. _..._._."..':I:........17 4.809"
ter was read froiri the\Miami Beach sit ,as an, ,equalization board Mon General "Office .?:........1,7 7; .700
In addition to these change whatever was
one man, club inviting local club membersto contemplated) day ,morning at 11 o'clock at the Real Estate" ...:....:.....14 1".667

' Willie Lee Kitchens, who should a special meeting there, on at least not in the immediate fU- courthouse in La elle. I Crackers .................:::...14 7.667

have, reported for induction to the Thursday and four members, R. 'M. I : I : Research .................:..12 9 .571

V Glades 'County board, reported here Bishop, A., O. Ward, Dan Padgettand ture.A news story from Washingtonlast I J.' F. Scullen Dies I Warehouse ...............:.:11 10 .524
instead and
sent the local
was with W. N. Martin attended the week stated 'that all RAF cadet i Dixie Crystals ..........-12 12 ..500L.
of ustees. -
group Ind meeting. training at air corps schools in this In Pahokee Hospital and; C. ................-10 11 ,476 ,
The draft 'office states that the I country would be suspended as j '|Whirlwinds ................11 13 .453

original method of classifying 'registrants District Scout Meet soon as possible except at "five Elec. Dept. _................. 9 12 .408

r is again in effect after a schools 'operated by private 'interests I -J. F. Scullen of Pahokee, 78, I Office Scrubs .......:.... 8 13 .381

I few weeks using categories instead in direct contract with the South Harvesters ....:........!-... 7 14 .333
Held In LaBelle 1 and general manager of the II I
=of classes. British government. The article Mill Sugar Blues ...... 7 17 .288

I I named Riddle*Field here as* one of. Florida Conservancy, District for the I Field .....................:._... 4 17 ,.190

Glades County Election A large of Clewiston Boy I i these schools, -with two In Oklahoma -, past fifteen years, died Tuesday Steammakers ........n.... 3 21 .124

Scouts with group their Scoutmaster, J. one in Arizona and one in I I morning in the Pahokee .Hospital I Dolittles ...................... 2 19 .095

l ,' Date Set For Sept. 22ndA H. Wilson, and Commissioner W. Texas. following a- nine month's illness I'I

C. Owen, attended the Glades- .However a story appeared in with paralysis. I Alderman Closes

r Hendry district meeting and Boardof Tuesday's Miami Herald which Mr. Scullen ,has been prominentfor I

A special primary''to name a Review in LaBelle Tuesday even- made it 'appear' ''that all RAF cadets the past two decades In affairsof i Sebring Alleys

I \.;. candidate for representative from ing and three of the local Scouts would be taken from this the Everglades and was well)

Glades County to succeed the late l were given advancements. country to Canada for training In known here. He is survived by his

J. H. Peeples of Citrus Center, will Bruce Beardsley and, Charles order that facilities badly neededby widow and one daughter. J. B. Alderman, who for several

be held September 22 and a second Benbow advanced from secondclassto the rapidly expanding Americanair months has been operating a bowling -

primary, if necessary, will be held I I first-class and Stanley Wright force could be used for training Public Hearing On alley in Sebring, was forced to

a week later on' September, 29. advanced- second-lass from ten- American pilots. Since the local vacate the building which he had

R. Boe, a former representative derfoot. Charles. Benbow also was field was not mentioned and none S.A.L.. AbandonmentThere leased to house his alleys when

P from that county, has already awarded his first aid merit badge. of the other fields formerly exempted the army demanded use of the

\ qualified as a candidate and two It was decided ,at the meeting most people 'were led to building.Mr. .
I others, J. H. Peeples, Jr., eldest, that the two-week district camp' on! believe that this story, also emanat- will be a public hearing Alderman brought the alleys

, son of the deceased veteran, legislator : Fisheating Creek should begin on ing from Washington, superseded I I Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at back here this morning and "is

and Carr Settle, managing August 10th at the Paradise camp the report of last week and that the postoffice in Fort Myers on the preparing to store. them for the
editor of the Moore Haven these schools, also, would be taken of SeaboardAir
,, Demo ground where a well has been dug proposed abandonment duration.' He reports that he had
\ crat, are expected to malte the race. and preparations 'made for holdingthe : over by the American army. Line Railroad service between been doing a splendid business

The qualifying deadline has been I camp. A large number of the I Mr. Tyson pointed out, however LaBelle and Alva, a distance of there during the short time of

set for next Saturday, August 8. local Scouts plan to attend with I. that the story was correct 12:09 miles, and between Naples operation.

The date for the primary was set I Scouts of LaBelle, Felda and in every detail,, as referred to air and Punta Rassa, 27:49 miles.A .

by the county Democratic Execu- Moore Haven. I I.corps schools only being closed to delegation from LaBelle, rep-
the RAF cadets and that Riddle de- Citrus County LeadsIn
\ tive Committee following approval resenting proposed sugar cane
The held
meeting was at the
\* of a resolution calling the electionby I Chamber of Commerce picnic Field is not, an air corps school. velopment officials, city and county
Judge T. W. 'Conely of Okee- Speculation has been rife as to officials and the Hendry County Scrap Rubber Drive

,_ chobee, new chairman of the state de-licious I how the civilian personnel at the'I Chamber of Commerce will attendto

committee. '' ed following the meeting. field would be affected by the file protests against contemplated -
change and all reason for worryin abandonment. Citrus County led all other coun-
this regard appears to be ended ties in the state in the drive for
Arcadia Field Has It is particularly desirable that
This Last Day To by Mr. Tyson's statement.C. railroad service be maintained into scrap rubber recently according to
the office of C,
Its First Fatality Use Here 1 I LaBelle since engineers have declared a report issued by of the state
Buy Stamp C. Codrington, head
of C. Appoints this to be an ideal locationfor
I I salvage committee. DeSoto Countywas
'' section '
\\f a, sugar 'mill and ,
Joseph T. Lane, Jr., of Syracuse, I I Committees for YearThe adapted to the growing of sugar second.
Postoffices have received orders col-
N. Y., was killed near Arcadia ,I cane.-LaBelle ,News. Citrus County's per capita
to return all unsold use stamps to given but DeSoto
when his I lection was
Tuesday plane went out -
the Internal Revenue Department (I I 27.5 pounds per
of control during a routine solo I following committees were'!I SUCCESSFUL TOBACCO County reported
today, July 31, and motorists wishing well
Hendry County was
flight from Dorr Field. He was SEASON EXPECTED capita.
at the regular meeting
one of these stamps after this appointed toward the top of the list
an American Aviation Cadet. along
will be required to order them of the Hendry County Chamber'of pounds per
than twelve
This Is the first fatality at either from the office of Internal Reve- Commerce Monday night at the JACKSONVILLE, July 29 with more'

Carlstrom or Dorr Field since the nue in Jacksonville., Anyone caught courthouse to serve for the coming (FNS-Tobacco sales opened in capita.
beginning of training well over a'' two Florida markets this week,
driving a car without a stamp after year DAHLBERGCarl
Lake City and Live Oak, and a CARL F.
year ago. this date will be subject to arrest Membership Joseph Dougherty I
is anticipated In
and fine. chairman, C. A. Davis and L. JVI. season Dahlberg, 63, a brotherof
of export F.
DAUGHTER BORN spite of the disruption
Jennings; Finance -William T. L. B. G. Dahlberg, president of the
channels by the war, William
i FRATERNITY PLEDGE Hull, George L. Poole and Blitz Corporation and
state markets, Southern Sugar
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn are Wegman; Publicity-Dr. C. E. Wilson, director developer of Clewiston, died Sunday

the proud parents of a nine and R. W. Turk, principal of the Weaver chairman, J. O. Davidsonand has announced. in a New Orleans hospital.
half pound baby girl who was Clewiston school, was pledged and A. J. Evers; Legislative N. "Reports from farmers indicate here that it
born last Saturday in St. Mary's initiated into the Upsilon Chapterof Miller chairman, Earl R. Murrayand they have a'crop of fine quality There were rumors who had died
Hospital in West Palm Beach The Kappa Delta Pi at Gainesville John Cole; Entertainment this year and the cure is reportedto was B. G. Dahlberg

name given to the young lady has recently while attending the summer B. Barron chairman, H. H. McCall be better, on the average, than but a check-up, this morning brother.prov-
; not yet been learned. session at that school. (Continued on Page 8) I I that of last year," Wilson said. ed it to have been his


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CHAPTER I Curt grinned and skimmed over about them. They're rivals Lee." : A PIONEER IN FAITH A little candied ginger, finely
the rest of the letter hurriedly. Lee "I have.a feeling, I can't explain,

Arriving at Cabeza de Negro was saw his growing excitement as he but-" She bit her lip. "No, that'sa LESSON TEXT Genesis 12:1-9; Hebrews tail chopped, salad, gives'or sherbet.zest to a fruit It also cock-is
woman's trick that's not fair. 11812.
in his chair. ,
like coming home. Neither Curt nor straightened added :
the job Finally, with reluctance, she said, GOLDEN TEXT-Fear not. Abram: I good to whipped cream and -.'
"Lee! They're offering me
visited the one-time
Lee had ever am thy used to ...
and thy exceeding great top puddings. Be care-
small fishing port in the old days, of Chief Engineer!" ,He took a deep "Well, at least it wouldn't do any reward.-Genesis 15:1. ful to use just a little of it, how-
but that was the way it hit them breath and went on more slowly, harm to find out more about these ever.

now as it rose up out-of the sea. soberly. "But they say the 'offer's people." Without faith it is impossible to
Once it had been only a collection contingent upon residence with fam- "Sweetheart!" Curt shouted. please God (Heb. 11:6)). The oppo- '
of manaca shacks on stilts, cut off ily for term of contract. Three Her next' words were muffled site is also true, namely, that faith ;
from inland by. fever-ridden years. Of course, if I had the job against his shoulder: "Well, I hope always pleases God. As we read
marshes. An unhealthy spot for I'd like to have" you and the kids I'm not a sugar-and-water wife." the Bible and' consider Christian I r (I

white men. Today all that was with me, but- He didn't see the tears in her eyes. experience, it is evident that God is
changed-or fast changing. Lee rose and went,,around to him, Curt had put in a short-wave constantly longing to show Himself ,
They were up at dawn for the pushing back the table to sit on his phone call for Jerry McInnis, his strong in behalf of them who be- .
and watch the knees and look him gravely, mis- closest the he'd lieve Him
early docking to long, friend during years (II Chron. 16:9).
low blur on the horizon which slowly givingly, in the eyes. Here was a worked in the tropics. McInnis was Abraham was not the first man I
became the Tierra Libre coastline.Lee situation to be handled, one to be now Chief Engineer for' the Associ to walk by faith. Before him came '

caught her breath as that blur nipped in bud. It took her a moment ated Fruit Growers at Puerto Sole- such men as Abel, with his accept- H
took shape. Her memories of it to find the right words."You'd dad. The call came through later able sacrifice; Enoch, with his walk n :
were precious. "like that job; wouldn't you, that morning. Greetings went pleasing to God; Noah, who believedand

True, she'd been happy since, and darling?, quickly over. Then: obeyed; and others.I. :
now she had'the boys. But no happi- It was' more statement than ques- '"Jerry, what do you know about Faith Makes Demands.In .
ness, not even the children, could tion.He the Compania Agricola Tropical?
ever erase from her mind those first lowered his eyes. "Well, I'd- Claim to have that swamp betweenthe the very nature of things, faith
years here with Curt. Hard work- I'd-yes, sure I would! That'd be a Negro and the Masica-" calls ,for action consistent with belief -

ing days for him, in a job for whichhe real job! Just think, Lee. Drainage, "Yeh, I know, only it won't be a "Faith without works is dead" 1 LJid 441I1
was born, romance and beautyin levees, floodgates, railroad, power swamp much longer. They're' doing (James 2:20), that is, not a real faithat
the tropic setting for her. plants-all kinds of projects! And a swell job of reclamation, Curt. all. ''In Abraham's life (and in ;-.

Meanwhile, Buddy and Chuck Well, I don't know much ,about our life) faith calls for
were clamoring and tugging un- them. Guy called Montaya heads 1. Separation (Gen. 12:1). .,

noticed at the ends of their split the outfit. There's a whisper aroundhe "Get thee out" was God's com-
leash-they couldn't be allowed free was hooked up with Cedillo in mand to Abraham. To accomplishHis

run of the ,deck."Anuvver rr Mexico and got out by the' skin of divine purpose God had to take $ Ha
dog wace, Daddy," his teeth when that revolt failed., him out of the heathendom of his
begged Chuck in the fuzzy tones of a But that's only gossip, take it for fathers, and start anew. It is His

four-year old. what it's worth. Seems to have command to His followers today,
He didn't yet have Buddy's clarityof plenty dough behind him, but I "Come out from among them, and 0
speech, for Buddy was all of six don't know where it comes from. be ye separate, saith the Lord."
and quite a man. Old Man 'Moore probably has the Who will doubt that this is ,the

Curt obligingly called, "One, two, lowdown, but you know how tight, crying need of the church today, for I II '
three, go," and ,the children scam- lipped he is." instead of, the church being in, the as R
pered down the deck on all fours, Moore was General Manager in world seeking to win it to Christ, j.
barking'' and pulling their leashes Tierra Libre ,for Associated Fruit worldliness has come into the /D
taut. Growers. church and devitalized message. A

N This play brought Curt and'Lee to "Who's in with this Montaya?" 2. Obedience (Gen. 12:4-6; Heb. l yt

the vessel's stern where their eyes "Don't rightly know, Curt. Mon. 11:8, 9).
caught the flat black smudge in the taya seems the only top man so far'sI "Abram departed, as the Lord .

distance., A lean, low gray vessel can see. There's a couple of had spoken" (v. 4). He didn't know A r I-I
was cutting in toward the coast far- Swedes I don't know anything about where he was going, but he did know f -0
ther to the north -except they hold their liquor and who had called him, and he went.
"Headed for Soledad," Curt mut- don't talk. Youngish guys. And a Faith knows God, and obeys Him I IIW

tered, and the frown returned to his Dutchman-Hollander, I mean-a without hesitation' and without res-
forehead.: chemical man. Panama disease has ervation.
Lee clutched his arm. .f 1T'i' shown up over on our side 'and if Obedience is'a virtue that needsto /"

"It's a destroyer! One of ours, a they're going to raise bananas be revived, in the home, in school, 4 j -'
Jeff! Must be. And it's racing! Do r they'll have to find some means of. in society, and especially in our relation !
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you suppose there wasn't any combating"Yes -" to God, for there surely shouldbe 318

word on the bulletin board ". ." sure. But how come Asso- no disobedient children in the a posie-decked frock in
Curt patted her hand and smiled ciated didn't have that piece tied family of God. He,merits and expects HAVE wardrobe! These easy-

down at her. up? Never heard of anyone getting, obedience. to-embroider your make color.
"Don't be getting any ideas," he ahead of Old Man Moore before." 3. Trust (Gen. 12:7-9: ; Heb. 11: ful accents for sprays dress.
said, and was immediately con- "Well, we've already got plentyof 10). any *
scious he'd taken a second or so ,ijt good land, all we can handle now An. assured reliance on,,the Wordof transfer I- A
too long, in replying. "There's no j. r A VA or in the reasonable future. And God is a part' of faith. God of Pattern 6 motifs 318 ranging contains from a 2'2 by pattern 4 to C
revolution here. Uncle Sam's just this piece'll cost real money to de-' made a promise to Abraham. He 6','4 by 9% inches; illustrations of stitches; -i
paying a courtesy call. We're doing velop. Why all these questions: ; accepted it, and worshiped. Here materials required. Send your order to:

more of that than we used to Curt?" was no questioning, no bargaining,

throughout the Caribbean." "Under your hat, Jerry, they've but simple trust in God's word. In, Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
"But it's speeding! See how the offered me the job of Chief Engi- fact, there was anticipation of even 82 Eighth.Ave. New York

smoke lays flat from the funnels!" "They're offering me the job of neer. Wanted to know more about greater things to come (Heb. 11: Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent, to ll I
"That's caused by the wind from Chief Engineer!" them. Think they're reliable?" 10)). cover cost, of* mailing) for Pattern ItPa

around Punta Cauca, honey. Our "Well-1, yes, Curt, they are, so We need men of vision and that No. .............
smoke would look the same if honey his flamed "a chanceto far's I know. But I'd hate to have n
we eyes means we need men who by faith Name ...............................
were in that position: work 'on that overhead irrigation you make a decision on my say-so. the who "a
Once more, as he stood againstthe system I missed out on when we A wary, reluctant note had crept can city see which hath unseen foundations", can'see even in Address .............................

rail with Lee, Curt went over in came north." into McInnis' voice. the midst of destruction and disor-
his mind the string of events leadingup "Yes, I. know. But yo 'llleave it "Who's been handling the job?" der. ,"In God We Trust" must be
to their here the to to decide won't ?" "Chigger Mitchell."
presence on me ,
: you than motto coins if
more a on our Soothe and relieve heat rash
Pisces-as he'd done so many times "Well-1, yes, Lee," he faltered. "I What: Old Mitch? He's a good America is to survive.II. RJ E AT on you or baby,with cool-
these past several nights, lying guess I'll have to." man. What happened they need an- Faith Brings Results. p THE ingMcxicanHeatPowder.A' .
awake in the dark. She looked a long moment into other?" Ii 1 Absorbsperspirationoften
The world wants to know if a
He and Lee had been dawdlingover his eyes, then pushed a forefingerin "Well, you know how Mitch was thing works before accepting and forerunner of heat rashes. a

a late breakfast, while the children circles through his thick, curly kind of tough on labor. A driver approving it. Well, faith really does A\
-.4 played on the lawn within hair before kissing him lightly."It and all that. And he could sure finda work! It brings Man's LovesA
l range of the open windows. He had will hurt, Bear," she said qui- guy's weak spot and dig under loves his sweetheartmost
1. Blessing (Gen. 12:2: 3)). man
the morning folded to "but you'll have to it. the skin. He didn't get the name
paper handy etly, forget God is always on the giving hand."I his wife best, and his mother -
size and propped against the coffee There are Buddy and Chuck. We 'Chigger' for nothing. Well, he Proverb.aches .
will, bless, was His word to longest.-Irish
urn, and was sunk in a roving re- can't' take them, to a malarial must've made an enemy over there
Abraham not only for Abraham
porter's column purporting to give swamp-and with Buddy'' ready for who wanted a souvenir. Anyway, ,
himself and for the nation of
the progress of bomb-proofing the school this year." his ears were missing when they
which he to be the father but
Panama Canal.It "But, Lee, they cover that here! found him-just a.few. days ago, it was Wh9 :
to "all the families of the earth"v.
took Lee several efforts to They say-" He swallowed hard, was-and they had to use a basketfor and r
break through to him. It was the dodging her steady gaze. "Theysay the rest of him. These machetesare '( 3)). How gloriously that promisewas '" pains

final "Jeff Curtis!" that did it, and they have excellent, accommodations bad stuff, as you know well fulfilled in the coming of Christour RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
he looked up to discover she'd been halfway up the Quebrado enough." Redeemer, who also was a "son rl'E" rd

running over the morning mail. Mountains, including school, hospital Early in the. morning Curt, wired of Abraham" ('Matt. 1:1). "I
There was a 'storm signal in her ,, clubhouse, swimming pool, ten- his acceptance to the C. A' T. peo- 2. Protection (Gen. 12:3): .
eyes and she was tapping the knuckles nis courts. They claim there's no I pIe's New Orleans office. Back' "I will curse him that curseth

of one hand with, a long, flat fever in their settlement-San Alejo, came, overnight; a contract for sig thee." That promise to Abraham is
envelope. they call it-and Lee, we 'ought tlike nature. And things moved fast. still binding and valid. God is not
"Who do I know in Cristobal?" he it as well as we liked Puerto: Curt had less than twentyfourhours through with Israel. The nations and

said easily. "Why, no one, I guess. Soledad." I to wind up all his affairs in persons who have vented their
There's old Jim Bragg over on the Lee got up and stood at the window the States, store the car, arrangefor hatred upon the children of Abra- Large Bottlefe( RekSIr _s1?-Small Size GOc
Pacific side. Letter? Gimme." hands locked behind her. care and lease of the house ham need to take notice. AT All GOOD DRUG STORE or BT MAIL on receipt of prim

"Only mailed from Cristobal." He ,At length, without turning, Lee through an agent, for forwarding of We need to be reminded that God's MCNEIL DRUG Jacksonville co., inc., Florida M \
Broad Street
530 -
read aloud the letterhead: 'Com- asked, "How do you know they're their mail protecting care is Just as sure over ..
pania Agricola Tropical, San Alejo, responsible people?" Their mail! The first batch, re- us who bear His name. We too are
Tierra Libre. Port, Cabeza de Ne- "I wouldn't accept without investi: addressed and sent by air to New "safe in Jehovah's keeping," even l
> gro. Cable, CAT.' Huh. Who do gating them!" Orleans, caught up with Curt. just in what is perhaps, the darkest hourin WHEN YOU WANT
you suppose they are? Cabeza's that "The letter is headed San Alejo, before they sailed. Busy with details the history of the world. THAT NEXT JOB OFPRINTING 11111
little fishing village down the coast Tierra Libre, but it's mailed in a. of baggage and boarding ship, 3. Fulfillment of Promise (Heb.
from Soledad, but I never heard of plain envelope from Cristobal," she he hastily stuffed the handful of letters 11:11, 12).
San Alejo." He glanced at the end of mentioned."Oh into his pocket.It The entire promise to Abraham

the letter. "Signed, 'Apolonio Mon- that's explainable. They put was hours before he thought of hinged on the birth of a son, some-
taya, President and General Man- their mail aboard an Associated shipat it and hauled it forth for inspec- thing which.was, humanly speaking,
ager.' Never heard of him." Soledad, no doubt, whose purser tion. The ship had reached the beyond all possibility. But because ,...
He ran his eye down the first page dropped it at Cristobal for fasterair mouth of the Mississippi; they'd Sara, joining Abraham in ,believingGod ..
and looked up to exclaim: service. It came by air, you dropped the pilot and were headedout "judged him faithful who had Let Us Show You j
"Why, honey, it's a new banana know." into the Gulf. One letter was' a it came to pass.
outfit! Opening up twenty thousand "And the plain envelope?" small plain envelope, postmarked "With God all things are possible" What We Can Do

hectares between the rivers Masica "Well-1 ." Curt fidgeted, "I Puerto Soledad, Tierra Libre. (Matt. 19:26): ). He delights in doing .
and Negro. But that stuff's think that o .
all don't means anything. Inside was a brief note. in to the
the impossible response
swampland! You remember, Lee they were out of Don't
Maybe printed "Mr. Curtis. bring your His children. Apart. from
faith of
send the
that big stretch of swamp across ones. Or perhaps," his voice quick- family to San Alejo, don't come be fearful If you prefer,
the Negro, dotted with a few spots ened, "in mailing it on an Associated yourself. Don't. come! Zora Mitch.. that fact we might"with God" yes order by mail or bring
despondent, but : say
of jungle? vessel they were being wary of ell." !' '
it to the office inperson. .
possible. ,
"All things are
"And the mosquitoes! Associated finding out too much (TO BE CONTINUED I >r

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i1AcL&SCRE1 never-gave man a thing J
OUR do concerning which it I

,were irreverent to ponder how .
'_\. the Son of God would have done '

I I Ii Ir I it.-George MacDonald.If .

you have knowledge, let

By VIRGINIA VALE others light their candle at it.-
------- Released by Western Newspaper Union. Margaret Fuller.
--- .
r H ,..--I'- as if a doffing of hats But ukat if I fail of my purpose here? .
dih I111I SEEMS It is but to keep the nerves at strain,
& .
i \ B ......_ .r tl/_ _- -- I Autrey, who en- To dry one's'eyes and laugh at a fall, (
: EEVE .. listed in the Army Air Corps, And baffled,get up and begin again.Browning. .

is indicated.. "He will not receive .
The grape gains its purple
....: a commission, an- tinge by looking at' another
d nounces the report. He'll get grape.Juvenal.Go .

one, of course, eventuallyhe's = not abroad; retire into

, bound to, because he's thyself, for truth dwells in the

the stuff that officers are inner man.-St. Augustine.
I made of. But when so many men
Ij' of the motion picture industry are
stepping right out as officers at the
I start, isn't it swell of Gene to beginat NONE StJosepn l
the bottom? Reminds me of.one SURER '

I movie executive who told me that WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IV
i I he had applied for a commission as
II lieutenant colonel in the army; if
/ { ) he didn't get it, he'd stay out! P.S.- Easy Road Back
,i He didn't get it! From poverty to wealth is a
:: troublesome journey, but the way

\ \ < / / You really ought to see "Mrs. back is easy.
'- Miniver," if only to find out why
; the world's largest theater, the Radio -
;.:r/3_ _# C\ City Music Hall, booked it for Give Up "Makeshift"Constipation
six weeks running, with 772,983 peo-
3 ple seeing it during the first five Remedies!
rlf weeks-a" figure ..equalling- popu-
lation of Boston, Mass. Why fool with constipation?Why
It \f try to combat the trouble
zFv\\ -;,: alter
ll : It has already made you miser-
f 0 The film version of Irving Ber- able?
i lin's "This Is the Army," the army It may well be that your con-
\ show; which delighted New York stipation la caused by too little
l "bulk food"In your diet,for med
ical science warns that lack of
"bulk" Is one of the commonest
04)v4 causes of constipation.
If yours Is this kind of con-
1t stipation, those purges and cathartics -
> r. y ;rl.agi can give you at best,
il 9/J only temporary relief. Eating
larly,on the other hand,correctsthe

I" .-.- -. .. ., .. cause by supplying the"bulkfood"
you lack and must have I
Enjoy this crisp, crunchy cereal
/j C "'j 7FdY C dally, drink plenty of water, and
like so many others, you'll "Join
I the Regulars" ALL-BRAN Is
;).. I'M A made by Kellogg's In Battle
Creek. If your condition Is not
. PRrSoNER helped by this simple treatment,
J' 5 4 MV' see a doctor.HOUSEWIVES.
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from the moment it opened, will be
A 1 photographed in color, luckily. Irving Are Needed for Explosives

Berlin will supervise the pro- TURN 'EM IN! *
duction, in Hollywood.;
T : -n :'

Robert Donat's first screen appearance -

since "Goodbye; Mr. I595 iCEBBIBE

:H T Chips" will be made in "Sabotage NAHBU KOXOMEIIS.Prio .
Agent." It will be directed by Har- tehfo ItBnnj.frdjll aii Inblwi.
"; d old Bucquet, who has just finished ,,- Want to lur .,,uruuwoy,.
; E "The War Against Mrs. Hadley," w GUARANTEE MONUMENT ca
and will be made.in London.

R Five years ago the Maine Devel- Man's Personality:
: OH-H-M-H, opment association sent Walt Dis- Personality is to a man what
I'M50 .SORRV.1 of ney the two young deer who servedas perfume is to a .flower.-Schwab.

+-IER.E C5 A models for the hero and heroineof
DIME his "Bambi." So a special pre-

. P FOR YOUr miere of "Bambi" was booked for RHEUMATISM I
' Augusta, Maine, following the first
U showing of the picture in New York ARTHRITIS NEURITIS o

0 i r Get McndcnhalT Number 40 from row
; ': mail for $1.25.
druggist or by postpaid
in the
Daisy, who won fame
v Money back if first bottle fails to satisfy
"Blondie" series recently whelpedfive
P pups, all of which are now the 10 Ivansvillo.Indianca
f property of Penny Singleton becauseshe
has a large ranch. She named

! By them, naturally,, for the charactersin TO CHECK

I C. M. Payne ; a the pictures. By the way, this .. RIA
I y is the only film series in which the \5r? 7DAYSf
.j l' yWNU F original actors have worked as a IN

unit throughout Penny, Arthur '
Lake, Larry Simms ("Baby Dum ? take666

pling"), and Daisy., -

Maybe Esther Williams started
DID YOU SAY THERE YES something when, wanting a souvenir
p WAS A that she could show friends who /To Relieve distress from MONTHLY

weren't in the movies, she bought
RATION white satin bathing suit and had it FEMALEWEAKNE'SS
TOVAY autographed in black waterproof ink

t") by every star on the Metro lot. Inci-
dentally, though she's a swimmingstar
0I' Esther really swims in "Andy Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
) Compound to help relieve monthly
Last Holly-
i Hardy's Fling"-usually
:'.r pain backache,.headache, with Its
wood doesn't let an expert do what weak, nervous feelings-due to
c& he or she is expert at. monthly functional disturbances.the
Taken regularly thruout
> : month Plnkham's Compound
1 J JI .,.. :. helps build up resistance against
,. The biggest stride of any regional such distress of "difficult days."
= a}:}%' :.; : radio network show has been made and Thousands women upon have thousands reported gratifying of girls-
by "Grand Ole Opry," the Saturday benefits.Follow label directions.
I A ;Y. night folk music program heard Well worth trying *

over NBC. It was the first of the
by n. 8.11 Synehtty;
.. --- .. -. .. in-person shows to make regular
: 'r
army camp appearances last fall,
under the name of "Caravan." Now
CANNEDPORK there are four road units touringthe
! ; i camps. One master of cere- THE DIE
; ,
i ." monies has landed a network con-
: : Q ., SAUSAGB I/ tract on the new CBS Caravan Hour. IS CASTThe
vrEATj ,
f -,'t

I II To prove that Uncle Sam uses advertiser comes

I ,.JrJ radio talent to the best advantage, out boldly and frank-
take the story of Detroit's Frank ly In print, telling of
# Telford, director of the "This Is Our his Ideals,cervices and
ByJ. Enemy" series heard over Mutual merchandise. Thereby -

Millar Watt Sunday nights. A former script the die Is cast,and
l 1 writer for the Detroit board of edu- he knows that he must'
cation, Telford went to Washington live up to that description -
without network experience, but witha or his advertisingIs .
I ; briefcase fulliof ideas. Now he's of no avail.I .
1.-f made a niche for himself as a radio

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: (..:..:-:..:-:-:..: :..:-:..:..........:-:..:-:..:..:..:-:.....,:.: :-:-:..: :-:..:-:..:-:...:..: --0:. for a moment the cost, in' .. ,equipment -! ed Nation ','must not be subjected' ':.
The I and life. Let them visualize; to anoth I defeat of the Dunkirk, .
I the waters of the Channel running 1 SingapOrE 'Philippines, and East r s'
: TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY %. blood red under a white moon, and Indies v iety A great amount '
Published s't let them visualize _the bodies ofj i of grow ork lies ahead before:
Florida, by : thousands of' British_ and American -. we can really, start a sustained offensive -
i I
inc. soldiers floating in those] drive of any, kind against.
:. waters.. If the persuasive eloquenceof either Germany of Japan.-Indus-
KEAT : '.. the second-front brigade is. followed -I trial Review I r, ,
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no other result is possible." ,
.February Entered as I, By RUSSELL KAY i r This does not mean that a sec- Marine Corps Seeking
Clewiston ::: ond front is impossible. To the
March 3, : Secretary Florida Press' Association :::. contrary, every really informed Enlistment of Men r

: .N.NNNNNNN!NNN. !.NN!NN!NNM!NNNNMNN_ ,N:M.NN:..:.NN:N:NNN':. military man is convinced that one
Adt"rtlslng SubHcrfptlon I. ::: :: :: : ; I: ;Slke': ; they- could- invest- a' few hundred I will not be be opened opened in until time.everything But it can-is ORLANDO-(Special) -The Ma-

counties of dollars in a tax certificate and be ready. That means that, first, there rine Corps is seeking the enlist- ..
with the try- assured of 8% o'n their investment must be many more bombings of ment of men who are now enrolled '' ,... '
Devoted to sufficient with security to burn. Further-I Germany and the Continent on the in, college or men'who have .-
fare of operating more, they could make such an Cologne scale.. It means that recently completed their college .
the millage investment as a patriotic citizen, Allied troops must be given more :' .'
which las a means of insuring lower taxes and better equipment than they I work and hold a de'gree. Such men '.
burden I for themselves and all other honest now possess. And it means that are eligible for Officers' Training" ; .
or collect a taxpayers."There's. ways must be found of causing I in the Marine Corps.College .
of the delin- ..your answer," said the distracting trouble for Germany al I men, married or unmar4'
the books. 1 business executive. "All you need home. ried, and under 30 years of age '
collecting was do is advertise those propertiesand Some experts believe that air-i can qualify for the ten weeks
based on explain to the people of this Marine Officers training at Quan- '
This is power' alone may create a second,
counties county what amazing investment front. They look forward to a time tico, Va., which upon completionwill
rest some of are us accounts had opportunities they represent. Thereis when three, four, five thousand' give the rank of 2nd Lieut. .
: "special tax plenty of money here that folks major bombers will be used nightly in the Marine Corps Reserve. <.'
Class No. arrangement are anxious to invest." in raids against the Axis. Majorde Men who are now enrolled in ,-
Riddle Field receipts in "Don't just list property by the Seversky is the most eloquent" college and enlist in the officer* :,
within a : court costs, legal description. Take a displayad exponent of this doctrine and his program will be deferred' until the "
putting a few 'cents just as a real estate man woulddo. recent best seller, "Victory ThroughAir completion of their college work. '.
training into sha e. Point out the location im- Power" is a convincing work. Men who have a college degree and k. '

.... who let their provements and other advantagesand The problems involved here are enlist will be called' for their _
they could then show how you can invest those production, supply and I training from CO:; to 90 days after -
The city .' ,
the property $743.94 at 8 % interest with a coordination-and the last two are; their enlistment.
ular.walking It's is court house bank building for security, or even more important than the first.)I To qualify for officers' training-

to locate the on the dol- $128.25 secured with a theatre. We are producing planes on an:' men desiring to enlist must have \. ,
of the received a The county'commission and the ever-increasing 'scale. We have not] a Bachelor of Science or Arts De- '
suit filed, school board'of Highlands County yet solved the difficulties that lie' gree -'or an allied degree or a; '
Drop'your I cared nothing decided to buy the plan. Each in taking them, their fuel, their I course of study that will lead to :. ,
the county or standing half the cost of the ad- crews. and their parts to the bat- such degrees. In addition a "C" _
a Jap. I "system" vertising 33 properties were listedin tlefronts;! and keeping them flying.In average must be maintained. .' +
bedstead taxpayer. the first ad. Did the tax col- any event, many of those who The- rank of private first class
around the commission- lector do a landoffice business? demand a second front at once are will be held by the men while in .
pon. Gather I the mill- I'll say he did! A lot of folks terribly uninformed. The High training, however commission will '
to the ; to resort to darn near sprained their ankles Command has not opened a second be made immediately upon success .. -,
unsatisfactory trying to get there first. And front simply because it knows that ful completion of training. The ,
The RAF method. But the county getsALL the money, the time is not yet ripe-and be- pay for a 2nd Lieut. is now approximately -
work now in So the honest' taxpayer the full benefit. cause it also knows that the TJn'it- $200 per month. -
Reich. I of local' civic Congratulations, Highlands!
joined by and tax= nn-- '
shortly and !I them and dis- THIS SECOND FRONT "'"
nothing yet. the Both here and in England mil-

the trouble- lions of people seem to consider : {.
who in themselves completely, qualified experts -
: :":
-i"-MN have _to on military tactics and strat-
commissioners what is a 7 yRkw r
ety. They know precisely
were "be- wrong with the United Nations'
they wanted High Commands, and they are con-
.i vinced that they could remedy mat-
together ters in short order if they were put '
::N N:N NN, :": :":N '. .wa KF l
i. citizens in charge. That widespread atti- H
Our assembling tude underlies_ the aggressive 'demand -
last week I think that the British and the .
copy' for the \ business and Americans immediately open a I

desk. He is t:0{ have taught second front in Europe.In .

Canal Point, problem with theory the second front w ,
the best I judgment. would be of immense benefit to the .. .
several years why it should Allied cause. It 'would divert men 1 civ tsk ,
i4 .
the for a poli- and machines and supplies from ill -
J, -'
visit its debts Hitler's Russian and African of-
relaxation to do fensives. It would give the con- : O iLY
last copy for were just and quered people of France their op- ,...
visits are it ought to portunity .to rise up against their I
expected and when those conqueror and help destroy him. s o3 :, --
be have to pay It would mark the start of a real wL

Just now effort to break Axis power at home
deeply isn't' worth I. -where Axis power must even- c ,Id
which he one individual tually be broken.
some friends some com- So much for theory. In actual 1

the Lake.- this' to be the fact, opening the second front now COt4G' l
write for the delinquent would be one of the most hazardous or
thing, of the i that nobody operations in all military, his- '
velopment of tory. According to all reports, the ..
he declined, practical busi- Germans have done wonders in L 1 1oIUel@
that he satisfied with fortifying their continental posit- ry '

quest. And True they ions. In France alone, they' ,have
ten down may or may about 300,000 seasoned troops '
himself tax trained r ? .
delinquent which have been rigorously .
_, i.
and is, :I the local pa- in preparation for an Allied ,..

amount of tell them invasion. These troops have . . . . . . . . .... ................ ..
first ANN:NN. ..................................NNNMNM. . .-:NNNNN. .NNNNNNNNMNNNNN. . . .N. .ANN. . -N:.
researches descriptions abundant equipment of the ::: :
.,I that his as "un- quality and they have plenty of
curate one. legal descrip- air support. Their supply lines are !
historian," such as "lot secure, and they lie across land CLEWISTON
to be a this and not across water. The Germans
predict he I I have massed a gigantic amount of
few people see the tax heavy artillery much of it taken GOLF COURSE '

tling and and plat book from the Maginot Line, along the / .:.
Ridge. tacks'' and French Coast, and every possible 't'
has a find that hid- invasion point is a fortress.As :: Public Invited

memory,. but appear- military history proves ,again : : y
each phase, 'properties of and again an over-water invasionof '<'<., :: ..
who are that enemy-held territory is the most '. : : :
verify his income-of- difficult of all martial operationseven .:. .. y y

will be an bank build- after their complete victory at + Xy

It is only groves Dunkirk, when British military .
people, who power was all but destroyed the
constantly ; here Nazi generals didn't feel confident :::
fng of had been enough of success to make the at- :_::: Showers installed in l locker ::
should try place to in- I tempt. The enemy positions must

ple record about be "softened" first by days and l y .:.
whys and dwindling I perhaps weeks of artillery fire- : t.

; people. react. ,i here at home and guns do not exist which can .s.X ,,-- .-. ..,......-. .' rooms : -
maKe one I adequately shell the German po- .:, : X_
er-and the "xtonth'of sitions from the British side of the .:. 'y:.
change the war-time, ap 1) Channel. As a substitute ,for : :
The artillery, dive bombers would haveto Greens in excellent condition =i=
-if indeed be used-and their losses. wouldbe

ed-by the ladies have enormous xA

noon hour should be' The losses in men which would \.
parture of organi follow when the stage of landing .t
clubs In- operation reached, is also
When they have staggering. Without artillery support Keep physically fit Play Golf ;*_: ,

from an the Red Cross the landing troops would haveto y

week, the spent the day advance against: completely :y::. ... :k:
real thing'to assigned shielded defenders with a vast ,
side seat head- superiority in firepower. Writingin y i?

distant has done Collier's, Quentin Reynolds, one y
against the the quota. If I of the best informed of war correspondents :: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP !::

Atlantic would take a draws a: vivid and ."
us realize I their should- probably I I II I accurate picture\ when he : DAILY GREEN FEES | .
'question 'of accomplished. says: "Let those who shout loudestfor ,..
Ing out. Baptist ladies the immediate establishment of '.
I -H-<;..:...x-r'r'r-. ",.H
: = << +X-H-
than that. t I let's follow. a second front in/ i'ranc&-visualize ;I :r-<":":"::-<"X"--X..c.( ;




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leaving tomorrow for Fort Sill, are WJAX,. WMBR and WJHP. 'I I

Oklahoma:, to join their son, Captain -
Pony Express Pay
I Personals j' R. J. Bestor, for a four day Miss Beulah Guthrie, daughterof TIN FOIL

l. visit. Capt. Bestor is being Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie andE. ...:.-- T

transferred from Fort Sill to Camp Sinclair Knight, Jr., were mar- JACKSONVILLE, JUY 29 Florida Smelting Corporation,,

Adair, Oregon. __ ried at ten o'clock Saturday evening (FNS-Long) before the Civil War, Jacksonville. will buy tin or lead

Mrs Munselle Stone was a visitor The ceremony took place in a express rider galloped foil. Price ranges f.o.b. Jackson-
in Fort Myers Thursday.Mr. Miss Mary Markette' spent last the Lutheran Church at Delray pony overa ville, from three and a half to four

week on vacation at Miami Beach Beach and was performed by the lonely Arkansas trail, employedby cents' a pound, depending on quan
in Sarasota She joinedfor Uncle Sam: as a mail carrier.
and was tity.
and Mrs. Wilbur C. Mont- minister, the Rev. Hugo E. Hart- -
the trip by Miss Mary Steckle I Last week in Jacksonville the
spent the week-end in West mon
of New York City. The two girls echo of that pioneer trail and fly-
Palm Beach. Witnesses of the ,
wedding were
are "pen friends," having corresponded -' ing hoofs reached through the
----- Miss Christine Bell and Charles
to the metropolitan
heart of
for ten years although years a great -
Stan Reeder left today to spenda I Roberts, of Clewiston, and Mr. and
they never met each other until city when a modern blue- Counselor and Attorney at Law ,
week's vacation at his home in Mrs. How rd McNeece, brotherinlaw -
they planned their vacations together coated postman delivered to Dr. Hopkins Building
St. Petersburg and sister of the bride, of Del- Claude Smith
this year, popular Jacksonville
ray Beach. ,optometrist, a check for $24.32 due Wednesdays and Saturdays

I! Mr. and Mrs. John Lucca are Carolyn Bryant and Mamie Mrs. Knight is a graduate of the that pony express rider. It was 0:30 to 4:00Johnson's
spending today: and tomorrow in Clewiston High School, class of paid to Smith the -
( Trice, who attended the State Bap- as !only living ,
Fort Myers. _, tist Assembly at DeLand last 1942. She has been employed in relative. "..

"I. ,, week returned to Clewiston the the Western Union office herei I No explanation is made of the

Mrs. Maud Hare has returned first of the week. The Rev. and since graduation. Mr. Knight mov-j long delay in payment, but Smithis I
J from visit with Mr. and Mrs. G.I\I Fish j
Mrs. H. C.. Meador also returned ed here with his parents from) proud and grateful for his ,
I I i> O. Wallace "in Okeechobee. I from the Assembly. Mrs. Meador Leesburg two years ago. He grad- pioneer ancestor. (Near Hurricane Gate)

: and their children visited relatives uated from the Leesburg High Clewiston, Fla.
[ Miss Lee Pridgen is leaving Sat- NEW: RADIO STATION WILL
has inducted
School. He recently been -
while Mr. Meador was in DeLandat Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service
: urday for Wilmington, N. C., to OPEN IN JACKSONVILLE
into the and is home
the Assembly.Ed army Rates Reasonable

I il' spend a two weeks' vacation. from Camp Blanding on a ten 'day JACKSONVILLE, July 29 W.: H. Johnson, Mgr.

J James Winn spent a few days Clark, U. S. N., who has been furlough. He will return to camp (FNS-James, R. Stockton, prominent -
at the expiration of his leave and '
stationed at Lakehurst, New Jer-
real estate dealer and presi-
I herethis week with his wife and ,
for the past few months, is at will probably be assigned to another
sey, dent of the Jacksonville Broad-
with his mother, Mrs. A. H. King
r.' home on furlough prior to depar- base. Mrs. Knight will remain casting Company, announced this Our Job Is to Save
, I for the Panama Canal Zone. here temporarily with her parents.
ture week, that radio station
Mrs. H. S. Gove, Jr., and daughter ,
His brother, Connie Clark:, who has with DollarsBuy
watts power, would be
Sandra of Eustis
jl' were guests
ben employed in New Mexico since
of Mr. and Mrs. B. Vorhees .this opened here ,September 1, on a
week.: spring, arrived yesterday for a CHURCH frequency of 1270 kilocycles. Stu-

visit home. Their younger brother -, John N. Montgomery, Minister dios will be located on the ground War Bonds

Bobby Topper, came home from floor of the Gulf Life Building t
E. M. Cornette left Thursday
: Evsry Pay DaySpecial
morning to join his wife and daugh- a month's stay in Tampa. Sunday School- :45 a. m. It will be Jacksonville's: fourth I _

ters in1\ Kentucky on a short va- Church Service-11:00 a. m.Children's .

: r Closing exercises of the Daily
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier are Vacation Bible School will be heldat
for the Red Cross a
Sewing was
leaving tomorrow to spend a two the church hour Sunday. The
weeks' vacation with relatives in project of a group of'l l ladies from I
entire service will be given, over Offerings
the Baptist Woman's Missionary So-
Tampa. to the children and young people t>fj I
ciety who met yesterday at the
the church. Parents of all who at-
:Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Krueger and work room and spent the day. They
tend the Bible school are particularly Saturday and Monday
machines with
brought four sewing
Misses Charlotte and Shirley Krueger welcomed to this service.
spent the week-end at Fort them, served their own lunch at Fifty-one boys and girls are en-
Beach. noon and when they left at five hi August. 1st and 2nd
Myers; rolled in the Bible SchooL Attend-
the afternoon, had completed 10
and interest have been out-
ance ,
robes for the local
Mrs. Sam Young, Samniy and ) standing. The leaders have donea $3.98 Sale Price
Red Cross chapter's quota.

Betty Young left Wednesday to Mrs. V. C. Woodward was in fine work, and many have con- DRESSES .. . . ._ . $2.98
spend several weeks with relativesin
tributed to the of the school.
1"'" charge of the group, which was success $3.98 Sale Price
Dyersburg Teiin.
--.. composed of Mrs H. L..Davis, Mrs.J. meet Junior Tuesday Christian afternoon Endeavor at' 3:30 will in PLAY SUITS : -. . ,. '. $2.98
Mrs. P. M. H. Davis, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. I
McIntyre' returned H. C. Meador, Mrs. Walker Nail,! the church. All boys and girls are SEERSUCKERS: PIQUES, GAY' PRINTS
from 'a visit
Tuesday night, of a $4.98
vPirkle Mrs. Woodwardand invited. J Sale Price
week in Miami with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. M., ,

R. C., Granere, Jr. I I Ir Mrs. C. M. Allen. The Ladies' Aid Society will hold DRESSES : .<: . . ': : . ,$3.98
This is"the third time that the its monthly meeting Thursday, Au- $5.98 Sale Price
gust 6, at 3 o'clock in the Com- '
r ladies met in
Baptist have a groupat
1and Mrs, /G. E. Wenzloffleft munity Center. Hostesses will be DRESSES . .. . . . $4.98
the work-room and their diligent
r Thursday for a two weeks' $6.98 V Sale Price
sewing has accomplished, much in Mesdames Doty, Guthrie, Fuller ....
vacation which they will spend in '' '
:\ 'Vero Beach' and Miami. the tedious work' of completing" the and Robbins.: DRESSES . . .. . . $5.98ALL

i .... .. quota. ,*/ I THE
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Thomas, Mrs '\: 2-Piece '.' Special At

I I( A. W. Lawrence. and E. L. Stewart, FIRST. C.nAP Meador IS'l', Pastor CHURCHH. The Mary :Brittian Circle of the SEERSUCKER SUITS . : -. $2.97

returned. Sunday. from a week'sfishing $1.35 Cannon's New At
I'' Baptist Woman's Missionary Society Special
trip near :Madison.
;' Sunday School-9:45: a. m. met Tuesday afternoon at the homeof VICTORY HOSE . .. . $1.25'I I

': Mrs. Glen Etherton ,and daughter Morning Worship: -11:00 a. m, Mrs., W. ''W. Perry. After the ,$1.79 V Special At

,' Glenda Sue, returned Sunday Training Union-7:15 p. m.. business, an interesting programwas Slips Crepes and Satins $1.49
-' given on the topic "For Lackof . .
I Evening Worship-8:30 m.
from a week's visit in Tampa with p.
$1.00 TWO. FOR
Vision Perish. Those
I A special feature of the morn- ,
:Mr. and :Mrs. F. R. Maxwell
t ing service will be the reports by taking part were Miss Kathleen BRASSIERES. . . . $1.50
Lewis; Mrs. W. C. Rainey, Mrs.
those who returned this week from
Among those attending the J. F.
Scullen funeral in West Palm the DeLand Baptist Assembly, Gordon Bembry, Mrs. W. F. Nail, Only 18 of these new white bags,

I which was the second largest in its Mrs., W. T. Wheeless. Others pres- sale
Beach Thursday were Mr. and regular $1.49, price . $1.00JLee's
,ent were Mrs. Leon Bembry, Mrs.
Mrs. J. E. '
Beardsley. ,and R. Y.
Patterson. Wednesday of this week 'Ave A. H. Vann and Mrs. J. H. Davis

will consider the Priest Hood of i Delicious' refreshments of fresh

left Jesus Christ. Scripture Passagesto peaches topped with ice cream and Dress
.1> Leonard Parfait this week I Shop
:- for a vacation visit with relatives be 'considered will be. Exodus 28 home-imade pound cake were sera

I II i at his old home Wisconsin, before and Hebrews 5. Our prayer ser- ed to the members. During the

::1 being inducted into the medical -I vices are growing and much '''inter- refreshment period a surprise shower Across from Post Office

I 'corps of the Army., est is being manifested.The gift was presented to Mrs.
Cottage Prayer Service will Gordan 'Bembry from the circle.

; be held at the home of Mrs. W. T. -
Mrs. C. R. Beatty, and her mother ......
II ..
,I Mrs. F. E. Chalker, have as I, Wheelis Thursday morning at 9:30. The Winnie Ayers Circle met at .,_._. ..: .
the home of Mrs. G. E. Collier. An
their guests Mrs. Beatty's sister, In the troublesome days whichare

Mrs. W. T. Galvin and son, Edwin upon us it is well for us to interesting program was presented.The \(9y .y

of St. Petersburg. remember the admonition of God's topic was 'or Lack of f. .. .
Word-"And let us consider one ,Material, They Perish." Those I 4

Mrs. Jack Morris and son Jackie : another to provoke unto love and taking part were1 Mrs. Henry L. i

have arrived from Fort Myers to Ito i good works: not forsaking the Davis. Mrs Arch Hodges, Mrs. C'I

join Mr. Morris, who is employedat I assembling of ourselves together, R. Krueger. Also attending
Riddle Field. The family are I as the manner of some is; but meeting were Mrs. C. M. Pirkle and'

residing in the house owned by exhorting one another; and so I I Mrs Hillary' Burke.

R. C. Nowling on Pacific Avenue., much the more as ye see the day I I Mrs. Collier served delicious refreshments -

approaching." If you are out of at. the close of' the

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Daniels, who the habit of attending church read meeting. I

recently returned from Puerto again this important'message to

Rico, and are visiting Mrs. Brown's you and all who are not attend MARY ELLEN DOZIER CIRCLE I

parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brown ing some other church we cor- HAS REGULAR MEETINGThe PHOTOGRAPHl OFFICIAL

/ at South Bay, .were luncheon guestsof dially invite you to assemble withus -- J U.S. ARMY t 1 M.

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop Wednesday and worship with us. Mary Ellen Dozier Circle I IdNAL CORPS y

met for its regular buiness? meet
I __ BRIDGE CLUBS ing at the home of Mrs. A. H.

J iJ i Mr. and Mrs. 'B. L. Thompson I King Tuesday with Mrs. R. J.

,I has as their guests for the weeks Mrs. Ruth B. Owens entertained Blount, chairman, in charge of the VIM A
I Keep to meet rising prices
s end -Mrs. Thompson's parents, Mr. members of her evening bridge club meeting.Mrs. /YY.LYMT

i and Mrs. J. R. Dansby of Tampa,' at the Clewiston Inn on Wednesday King served refreshmentsto
: who were accompanied by their i evening. First prize went' to Mrs. Jack Himrod, Mrs. V. E. and taxes by adding regularly to

Mrs. P. M. McIntyre and secondto Bryant, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. Qo
r grand-son, Harry Poston. Harry
'I :remained for the week and is returning Mrs. -Owens. H. E. Walker, Mrs. C. M. Allen, your Savings Recount here... with
Apple pie a la mode and apple
to Tampa tomorrow. Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mrs. Blount.
cider were served to Mrs. Ruth
liberal earnings and insured safety.
! I Wilcox, Mrs. Mcintyre, Mrs. CharlesE. DANIELS, HONOR GUESTS AT
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson are Miner, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach,
; leaving this.week-end, for a two Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs.: W. E. Dilley DINNER PARTY TUESDAYMrs.
I; weeks' vacation. They plan to
and Mrs. C.. H. Berner. G. H. Brown entertained
visit Mr. Johnson's parents in Sarasota BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HEREJI'II
with a dinner party Tuesday even-
for a few days. The children
Mrs. W. H. Lanier
won an ice ing complimenting Mr. and Mrs.
will remain in Sarasota while Mr. bucket and tongs at the meeting of Ted Daniels who have just returned -
and Mrs. Johnson visit in Orlando I
the Afternoon t
.' Wednesday Bridge to the Everglades after an
and Jacksonville. Club at the home of Mrs. R. C. extended residence in Puerto Rico. I

Wilson this week. Mrs. F. E. Guests included Mr. add Mrs. Nllhii1iWtif

Ed Markette, who is working in Conkling won a novelty door stopas Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nail,

a civilian capacity with the Army cut prize. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr: and

\ Signal Corps in Raleigh, N. C., and Mrs. Wilson served pie a la mode Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. B.
taking a course in pre-radiar train- with iced tea to Mrs. Dave Al-
T. Vorhees, and Mrs. H. S. Gove, Jr. I t I
ing, is. spending the week-end here ston, Mrs, .K. Bowden, Mrs. F. E. With the dessert course a light- 1 ;

; with Mrs. Markette. He was accompanied Conkling; Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs*. ed birthday cake was placed be-

. home by a friend; John. Carl Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier fore Mrs. Gove, hose birthday occurred -
, P. McLin of Memphis, Tenn. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas. the' next day ,

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Smash Summertime's HeatDress ways of is cooling one of off.the nation's:It doesn't favorite make My- pocketbook is very

any difference whether you swim in } Fiat, "

a private pool, a park, river, pond Im always broke as

DR W N lake or sea-it does the trick. I ca.rJoe, :;

Lightly, Eat Little but Often, Relax. The summer sun, in seeming retaliation No. matter what big t'
shows its resentment on

Washington, D. C. Don't Get Too Much .Sun at One Time, crowds Irn in
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PROFESSOR VS. SUBS Is Way to Keep Cool.By worry me.. never '.
Governor Rex Tugwell of Puerto lit .
Rico was flying from his post to the : aa

British island of Jamaica a short CLIFF LANGE I'.
time ago, and just before he steppedinto ; Released by Western Newspaper Union.
the plane, the young naval pilot Don't let the heat get you down! s

said: Don't let it keep you from working, or eating or enjoying your: 0
"I don't suppose we'll see any- from and getting thatso ,
spare time. Don't let it keep you sleeping M"'" ; ,, ;
thing. But we might as well be :1 >' '
ready just in case." very necessary rest. ::> 'r 3 rY / .<1
and 1942 have a long way helpingyou 'k i WNU Features.
So they loaded the, plane with half I Science ingenuity gone "'tv. :y ,; i
a dozen depth charges. It was admall combat the heat waves. Com-< yc ::/' :y< 4

transport plane, had no regu- bine this with the basic aid of for- the tractor; working'in a factory, or ;. :",:1 \

lar bomb bay, so the depth chargeswere getting the temperature, and you'llbe rolling a truck down the highway.Like ""j
merely placed on the seats. well on the way to whipping those clothing, food in the summer- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

Out over the Caribbean, suddenlythe red hot, "mid-summer blues." time has much to do about keepingone
pilot looked down, said, "There True, you can't do much about from being knocked out, figuratively }
she is." Below them with its con lowering the sizzling temperature.You or actually.

ning tower above water, was a Nazi can do a number of things to Don't eat so much "heavy"food
submarine.Both help keep yourself cool as you go even though you do haveto ? RAZOR BLADES

the pilot and Governor Tug- through your daily routine. eat plenty of food, either be- a r ,
well reached for the depth charges, For instance, the first thing to" cause of your job, or your + KENT BLADES ST B,de Value dlltJ
opened the window. But before remember to do is to "dress cool. nature. "Eat but little, but often" .p

they could drop even one, the sub- Don't wear heavy, tight fitting holds more true for summer- 4 I

marine had' submerged. The ex- clothing. time than any time of the year. k
braintruster came home with no Clothing has been devisedfromthe That "little, but often" holds for
submarine scalp in his professorialbelt. time when animal pelts were the so-called light foods which you I Pygmy Shrew I

the style both for man, woman see advertised in your grocery, meat

-Buy War Bonds- and grown-up children-as a protec- shop, fruit store and delicatessen.In The world's smallest mammal
EYE TRICK tion from the elements whethersun the summertime is when "acid ,1 the American
The war has spawned a numberof rain, snow, sleet or biting wind. conditions" get you quicker than cryptotis which pygmy is shrew,
parva, an inch
rackets, designed both to gain Don't use winter style of dressingfor any other season. It is such a con- 3 and a half in length and weighs

deferment for unwilling draftees and the summertime. Shed some of dition which affects you both in your E?one-seventh of an ounce, says Col- r.
to aid others in passing their phys- those clothes! ability to work, and capabilities of lier's. Although
ical examinations. But the most You ladies who are handy a
with the scissors, needle and mouse, it is not a rodent, but an
to date uncoverEdby
ingenious was
thread whip together some insectivore and its litters contain
,the navy department. can I Uuum-Humh! I
yr from five
A Washington doctor has been restoring dandy summer work, play or"visiting" ?,; to seven young, each
dresses easily enough er, yr+fc 0yn x rn .w. >I/fi., about the size of a pea. Incident-
20-20 (perfect) eyesight to
these days. There is still plentyof And this is an ice cream cone. ,.. ally, this animal twitches its snoutso
applicants for commissions y m'" .MWo"wW".u-*>>>? wU;
:, to enable them to their"physicals"by long dress material to be had. It could be vanilla, peach, lemon, rapidly that photographs of it,
enough pass Ready-made dresses are also plentiful tutti-frutti, or perhaps pineapple. It thousands of swimmers. every day even when taken at 1-200th of a '
injecting a high- doesn't. make that much difference, them of second, are blurred. \
powered drug. The trick was and reasonably priced, too. by giving a severe case
brought to light during' an examina- Take a look at your favorite store. though. sunburn, or blistering.
You'll both plenty of dresses, The man behind the ice cream I
tion of a young commissionseekerwith see Enjoy your swim, but don't take
defective vision. and material to make them. cone is important. That man is hot. too much of the sun at one time. GET \
He wanted to do something about it. RHEUMATIC PAIN
He had been examined three There is no reason, either, why AFTER ,
the and old shouldn'tbe He did. He bought that ice creamY Wllb a Medicine that will
times and each time was told to men, young Prove Itself
dressed to combat the,heat. Many who complain. They, too, should be If you suffer from 'rheumatic pain:
go home and practice eye exercises.But or muscular aches "
made as comfortable as possible. buy C-2223 today; .
his eyesight remained 31-9 far, men, when why they are for real .
pain-relieving 60c, $1.
They, too, 'are the ones who shouldbe
dressed so "hot" in the summertime C-2223 at
below the required standard. After druggists. Buy a bottle ..
reminded that what they for-
third the usually give an answer which / today. Use only as directed. Pur-
the test, applicant was told "
merly used to do, "just to help out, chase
seems to suggest they "hadn't price refunded if not satisfied.
he would be
one more "
"were' shouldn't be done in the hot weather.
about it" toobusy"
If thought or
chance. he flunked again, he
For there is effect of
a debilitating
to do anything about it. Mean-
would be
When he rejected.-returned the fourth time, while they continue working with the sun quickly noticeable on the
aged and weak. For Oimy1O/Now
1 he amazed the navy eye doctor bypassing the sweat rolling down their, tem-
One of the pleasures of the sum- '
I with a 20-20 mark Doubt- ples.Men :::= Less thanTwo
1 ing that the exercises had "achieved are slowin changing to new, mer months are the outdoor picnics, :;: Tiiii .4"-

I such a phenomenal result, the doc- even a more comfortable style of the family reunions, the parties and h I
Those that aren't fishing trips both for the youngstersand I Ir
tor decided to make a check. He clothing. so con- tiCfiCpQvL 1u; ,
servative aren't getting shoved the grownups.
sent the applicant into an adjoiningroom
l )4y
and kept him there five around by the heat this year like Although rubber restrictionswill
hours. their more, backward brethren are. C" 1 4 cut down on many of the

Then he was given another exam- They were more willing-i.e., the > >)/ ..:. long auto trips on such picnicsand fi III .

ination. This time his vision was married men, the fathers-to see outdoor excursions, it won'tat a dose
found to be 31-9 again. their daughters going around in s least it shouldn't for the 'i+ m Use only as directed.

shorts, rather than themselves. $ ingenious-cut down on the out- \
The applicant broke down r
finally $ d -
When really it the not the
was men, ings held in the nearby woods,
and admitted that his
I' temporary women, that needed them! or even in the side, or back.It .
perfect vision had been due to a
when in cloth
iI' Maybe, shortages ,
shot in the arm given him by.a' dress goods begins to appear, whichit ag,. .. -, _..; X :. is on such picnics, and side-yard
j Washington doctor. This doctor, he c excursions that real summer time
hasn't, as yet, it will be the
I said', had told him to make sure he usual thing for the men to be wear- I I meals, old style "Dutch Lunches"can WishesIt

was examined within "four or five ing them. What difference does it be served. Meals having sal- is one thing to wish to have
hours" after the injection, as its effect'would ads, cold cuts,' cheeses, lemonade,
make whether they are worn driving truth on our side, and another to ,__
I last only that long. h..icone. iced-tea, iced-coffee, and other'fruit wish sincerely to be on the side
'W a juice drinks.
of truth.
1 NAZI FOOD SHORTAGE I .-King Cold- I He is now about to give it a The little extra equipment neededfor
J Word from inside Germany makes genuine workout. such meals that break the

it clear, that Nazi officials are an- When he was a little boy he monotony of eating indoors all the
I ticipating a hard winter, even if HitTer This method of keeping cool (or learned that this was one of the time is available at any' of the local

j does take the vast granary of cold, if you prefer) is just one of more suitable ways of cooling off. retail stores. It used to be duringthe 1

South Russia. They have already many hundreds of ways available. He also learned that the hotter the not far past, days that it was Get this quick relief.Lifts
completed This young fellow has a look of weather to travel 15 to 50 shoe pressure, soothes,
I arrangements for emer- the more you eat of them, thought necessary cushions the sensitive
gency food distribution, in anticipation doubt, a stiffness of form which and also the quicker you have to miles to a favorite picnic spot. spot. Costa but a trifle. > -

of serious shortages.The causes a person looking at him toM eat them or they drip over your There there would ,be the steak fry tIo

plan calls for community hands. pn the fire pits, or'the weiner roast.

1 feeding throughout Germany. It Today, with plenty of room avail-

1 would mean that families would no enjoying"'your activities during the able, alongside or behind the house,
I longer sit down to dinner in their heat of the day. or in the field or woods near home,"

i own homes, but would line up at a Check up on yourself. See there is no' reason why similar "pic SCRAP
community feeding center for a government how'much' of the food you are nic" equipment isn't available. The, SAVE

.2 handout. eating is "acid" producingIf war hasn't 'stopped, ,in fact, couldn't TO HELP GAIN
9 j Under this system, the hausfrau you arft n't sure, ask your doc stop, American ingenuity. ;

1 would not buy her own provisions, tor. He'll be able 'to tell you Many times, too, in the desire to ICTORYOld
ration cards would be replaced by without much 'ado. A trip cool off there were long trips to .

j meal tickets, and one-dish meals of straight to the druggist from distant pools, or "favorite" spots on I

; the "stew" type would be handed his office in case he has pre- lakes 'and rivers. Today, when rationing METAL, RAGS, 1"

I. out several times a week. scribed for you either to coun- has stopped that' there is \ RUBBER and PAPER

Under this system, the Nazis will, teract,an acid condition, or pre- no reason why the shower equip-
be able to distribute food supplies vent one, is then in order.If ment at home shouldn't be given an

; more efficiently, with greater use of you haven't noticed already, at extra workout.

substitutes, and with equal treat- the druggists you'll see many prep- You know, just because it usedto WNU-7 30-42

ment for all. arations to prevent, allay, or stop be only the kids who had a good
Hitler may not see the irony of 1y.rl. the personal outward discomfortsdue time with the outdoor shower is no

j it, but this system brings him to to the heat. reason why 'you couldn't enjoy one,

communism, from which he pro- Talcum powder, salt tablets, too. Of course if you dislike the
fesses to be so eager to "save soaps, sunburn salves and oils- idea of imitating the kids and en- 0

Europe." 5; '2 37 r7arsa' such are just a few of the many joying the whirling spray, why not For You To Feel Well

-Buy War BondsMERRYGOROUND- / articles available which are almosta rig up'an outfit for you and the rest
lZx / 24 'hours every day days every'
necessity around'the home during of the older persons. week never stopping, the kidney filter
i C. Opening prayer in the senate was the torrid time.It waste matter from the blood.If .
I offered Such an outfit could be dropped more people were aware of how the
recently not by a clergyman is during these hot months when
in the kidneys must constantly remove surplus -
from of the trees yard,
i i but by a member of the U. S. senate the very youngest, and the oldest one fluid excess acids and other waste
tg or attached to a post used for the matter that cannot stay In the blood
Berkeley L. Bunker of suffer the most. Infants, not being washline. without Injury to health, there wouldbe
I Nevada, a former bishop in the Mormon -: able to express their displeasure at better understanding of why the
I the whole system is upset when kidneys fall
church. This war has brought peo-
being uncomfortable in other
any to function properly.
I C. "Whenever I come to Washington zw..: :.. way than their only way, a reason- ple of the nation more closely Burning,scanty or too frequent urination -

; ," says Walter Winchell, "I am able crying spell, or a healthy wail, together than at any time since is wrong.sometimes You may warns suffer that nagging something back
amazed at the number of big men should be closely watched. the advent of the automobile.This ache, headaches, dizziness rheumatic epains
local getting up at nights. swelling.
supposed to be working for the They should be dressed with year there'll be'more You will
coun- ___ .. 'a Why.-not try p.oa1PdlaT
.m N"__.__ visiting, and genu- medicine recommended the
try who spend their time working minimum amount of clothing. Either entertaining, be 1l5inga Doan't stimulate the func-
against each other." wonder whether this is the best next to nothing, or nothing.The ine social life than ever before. tiqn country of tho over.kidneys and help them to
C Curtailment of musical method to defeat the heat of sum- coolest take of flush out poisonous waste from the
instrument side of the house, or out' Common sense will care blood. They contain nothing harmfuv
I production will save enough mer. Perhaps it is just a spirit of on the porch, or in the shade be- most of the heat's oppressiveness.That Get Doan't today. Use with confidence.,
metal to build 12,000 six-ton trucks, contemplation which has overcome neath the tree is the spot for them. which can't be taken care of At all drug stores.DOAN .

; more than 100 big tanks, 500 pieces him-lifted him above all mortals, The old folks even though less should be treated as a matter of

; of hearty artillery, and 50,000,000 away from mundane. thoughts. Or apt to complain about the heat are fact. A matter of, "Well, this is SPILLS

i rounds.af jnachine-gun! .ammunition, is it? more susceptible to_, it than those the summertime. It should. be-hot."-


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l : I Learning to Fly 'Sky Pups' I II Keptfrom a LandlordThe ?f I( ME 1 A quiz with answers offering ? I

landlord was showing a -ANOTHER. information on various subjects |

:.I I The U. S. Balloon Barrage Training Center at Camp Tyson, Tenn., prospective Everything seemed tenant to the be premises.satisfac- MM hhMhhhhhhhhhhMhhMh.-".-"._-..-"._-,._-,._-._-._-._-._-._:-._-._-._-._-._-._-?
provides the'training necessary for the handling, sailing and repairing tory, when the landloid spoke up. 1. Which are the world's tallest 2. A beautiful mythological creature -
, R of the huge bags which are flown as an aerial stockade against attacking "You know, we keep it very'quiet people? ; fleet of foot, who challengedher
t !rl bombers. These balloons are flown in critical areas to prevent enemy and,orderly here," he said. "Do 2. Who was ,Atalanta? k suitors to a race, death being
i. l aircraft: from bombing at low altitudes and can be raised, to great heightsin you have any children?" 3. What is the meaning of the the penalty of defeat, her hand the
:' a few minutes. "No, just my wife and myself," stage direction "omnes exeunt"? prize.
H I .\ was the reply. 4. ,How many states were ad- 3. All go out.
"Do you have a piano or radio?" mitted to the Union during the 4. Two-West Virginia and Ne-

x'a Ct ,b a,ob !+ ... Q'S.a't.'? :. "No." Civil war? vada.
I 7, 5y4: ?aCft.i; ; ';x ntiT.: : i.':;?arc w/Ctt.. "Do you play. any musical in- 5. What are the heaviest things 5. The very faint stars in our
': } /r l/ ,r struments?" known? sky called "white dwarfs." One
a ; a'try'/,1. ,' + '?:Sri/9 4I "No." 6. What is a touchstone? cubic inch of a "white dwarf" may
> :::4;< hv i: "Do you have a cat, or dog, or weigh 500 tons.
rr: a parrot?" The Answers 6. A stone ,used for testing the
: : "No, but I feel that 'in all .fair 1. The Shilluks, living in the purity of goldpr silver. Any stand-
ness I must tell you my fountainpen Egyptian Sudan. They average ard or test for determining the
scratches when write." nearly seven feet in height. quality of something.


RUTH WYET PEARS Medical officers have long rec-

:. \ -- ognized tobacco as an aid to morale -
I fresh 'start. Book 1 In the series which among 'our armed forces.
l'l li i "Alarm! Balloons aloft!" At this command, squads of balloon men t COUCH SAME Mrs. Spears has prepared for our read- Surveys among the men them-
I: rush to their posts, as pictured here. WITH COVER NEW ers shows you__all the tricks. It contains selves have shown that tobacco is .
BEDDING 32 pages of fascinating new ideas for your
their favorite gift. If you have.a
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friend or relative in the Army,
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upper sketch shows a com-

t : that was brought iving up and to date'bedroom with It's fun

every inch of waste space used. I no
The cushions (lower left) were replaced -
with a box-like compart- .- 10 have
ment for bedding. This was madeof
plywood as shown at the lower
t right. It was padded across the .
:E / ..::t.n..: :: :<<< .. .., ,:, ,......_ ..., iAn front and ends'with cotton batting, '
:{+: outdoor and covered with the couch ma- .
being taught
; 'terial tacked in place ''through a
11- how to deflate the bal- I )
.. gas from a lath book
<: strip. Unpainted cases .
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rm ,*ZN h N >' ;; ;; loon into a "nurse bag," at left. 'were bought to go at the ends and

the lid. of the bedding compart-
ment was painted to match these. WlnTfRSMIIM's
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NOTE: A new couch cover, lamp shade, ;
curtains or slip cover that you can make '
yourself may. give--- your living room a I' TOnIC z 1

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Ill" I Albert Kabrielian is shown places. Then they fly in and light on
miles and miles Advice to Young Mothers: Be and
of seams (or yourfood-and YOU YOUR FAMILY
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sickness from that
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To Save Argument
Professor-Can you prove that 4c ,' Af Grocery, Hardware and Drug Stores

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this triangle? TANGLEFOOT Fly Paper"It
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The last words pf the daring Unless said certificate shall be re3rd J day of August, 1942.
Jacksonville Beach ,Has LaBelle Taxpayers I Marine commander before takingoff deemed. according to law, the propDated>I this 3rd day of July, 1942
in defense of America's num- erty described' therein will be sold to (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, I
Drill Asked To Pay Up *terhl eYh.b'afffiPt atMdSJUrtlnh Clerk of Circuit of ri
Practice on the I Gourd
.:Successful ber one far east outpost was 1 month of August, 1942, Ych'Pa the Hendry County, : -
have a well-trained squadron that July 10, 17, 24, 31. ;

asks only to share in the mission.We .
yews '
Beach was having (Hendry COUlity ) .
will strike regardless of the J
for Civil- City taxpayers are going to have
Its practice drill recently ::
ian Defense Council Action Groups.At to come across with what it takesto consequence. '

7:30 p. m. the yellow flash pay up delinquent taxes and They did strike and perhaps they ;

came-unidentified aircraft sighted 1941 'taxes in full and in cash before knew before hand the consequences, .
1st for as Admiral Nimitz said "they '
September r' face payingthe r'I
;. the blue warning light snapped .
on 15 minutes later-enemy full amount thereafter instead of Pearl Harbor. When the
craft identified. Fourteen minutes costs according to MayorC.
later the red signal calling for immediate A. Roberts. crisis came, they were ready." J.:.

action flashed and sirens Elsewhere in this edition of the) In this group was Major Hen- h f
warning from May- Notice To derson, who was last 'seen diving 1 t
Availed their News appears a I j'i
Taxpay-I his blazing, disabled plane into the
port to Ponte Vedra. Imaginary ers, of the City of LaBelle
and heavy bombers should smokestack of a Japanese Carrier.
enemy warships every taxpayer Itl
started blasting vital points and explains that, under the refunding l And Captain Fleming, who though

civilian defense workers went jnto contract entered into ,with H. C. his plane had burst into flames,
of Ha- forced his craft back over the tar- \
action. Crittenden, attorney Winter ;,
Within two minutes streets: were ven, as fiscal agent, the city of La- get scoring, one last hit before \,:. F"vrr
hurling into the sea. %to
'deserted and auxiliary .policemen Belle recently filed petition in ? l
were on duty patrolling intersec- bankruptcy for adjustment and The orders jf the squadron was ii'
its bond debt. "to intercept and attack" the huge : '"
Ambulance drivers hurdled settlement ;;
tions. ; ; ", ,;- ;
theoretical shell holes, doctors and Under terms of the compromisethe Japanese forces known to be approaching :. ?

nurses 'braved a hail of, mythical 1941 city taxes are to be paidin Midway. Waldron's

'bullets to reach the wounded and full and in cash, taxes levied squadron fulfilled all parts of that ENJOY THISCOMFORTS II II

flyins. auxiliary firemen battled 1935 to 1940, inclusive, on the order. They found_ attacked and

raging fires that weren't there.: basis'' of 60 per cent oS the levy destroyed, but at a great loss. The i 3c

Boy Scouts rode their bicycles ;at I and taxes levied 1934 and years only survivor out r"that 'squad- OF 3I I o .

breakneck speed to deliver mes- prior at 20 per cent of 'the face ron was Lt. Gay who was plcke'dup

sages to and from the control amount thereof. ) at' sea. 1IODEnxStreamline
In the words of the official navy ;
room, under a barrage of mythical There is a proviso attached read
report "without protection or sup-
machine gun fire.
ing-If the taxes are not paid be- ,
port of kind, this squadron
Then a flash came through the fore September 1, 1942, the com- '
launched an effective attack so Buses
perfectly working control room. TheCa promise will become inoperative and
a "Marina Hotel had been bomb- the city is pledged to collect all desperately opposed that only one
member of the squadron, and no
'ed. 'Fire, medical and rescue such taxes with full penalties im- Dependable Service
planes back. That's the
forces reached the point within 3 mediately thereafter. Attorney came
story of Marine Torpedo SquadronNo. J
minutes, despite the pombed' Crittenden as fiscal ayent has the 8. Low Fares -

streets.. Casualties were rushed to right to institute foreclosure pro-
and decontamination Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida ;
.:the hospital ceedings to enforce 'collection if the
squads were cleaning up a few city fails to do so. Spend The Winter In I and the North. r"NorthboundCroMBState

:Toiirrutes: 'later. Therefore, it is to the best interest -

Then there were theoretical traffic of city tax payers to pay up 'Florida and Save Fuel to Tampa

jams, unexpected bombs, fires before September 1, the Mayor said i Lv. CANAL POINT 5.20 AM 10:30 AM 1:10 PM 3:30 PM: :
9:30 AM 3:25 PM
iI 6:15: PM 8:25 PM
-md explosion of a poison gas I JACKSONVILLE, July 29 Ar. TAMPA 10:50 AM 4:30 PM 7:20 PM 9:30 PM

bomb> which were all taken care C. of C. AppointsContinued ..(FNS-Estimating that the aver- S'outhbo1Jnd-Golng
'of with the precision of well trained -
age family in the "North" requires
workers. Lv. CANAL POINT.. 12:15 AM 2:00 Pl\r" 3:50 PM 4:00: PM 5:55 PM
approximately 1,800; gallons of fuel Ar. MIAMI 3:55 AM'' 5:30 PM 7:20 PM 7:30 PM 9:40 PU
Then there was, a real casualty! ( from page 1) oil to keep warm during the winter ""- I' ,

A call came through to Boy and Dennis Small. On a special months, Harold Colee, executive Returning

'Scouts 'headquarters: "Send a Boy road. committee are Joseph Dough- vice president of the Florida State Lv. MIAMI 2:00 AM 7:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 12:01 PM
Ar. CANAL POINT 1i:20 AM 10:30 AM 12:20 PM. 1:40 PM 3:30 PM
-Scout to take care of a' snake bite erty; John Cole, Dr. Weaver and Chamber of Commerce, has urged

'at Prather's Drug Store." 'J. O. Davidson.It federal petroleum officials to per- Northbound to TnllnhnNNt
The order was relayed ,by the was reported at the meeting mit those who are in a position to Lv. CANAL POINT ......__._...._12:20 PM DRIVING Q
to Ar. ORLANDO __...-..._..-_"._._ 4:35 PM lliunii .. ..,._,.....;. 1.f0 3.3
do in g '
Scout Master: "Report to Prath- so spend the winter Flor -
that satisfactory progress is being -,' Ar. OCALA ..._.-_._...._......-..--..-... 125 PM
er's Drug Store to treat, a patient made by agencies at work on prospective ida. Ar. TALLAHASSEE ___ .:....__ _:; AM J"ckso"ille ..._ 4.:>;) 8.20 <-
'I'nmpn ...__._.__.... -.:>:t 4.60 i iI
tfor snake bite. sugar cane development in Colee points out that the small I Northbound to Jacksonville LnkchU1f1 ,___ ..10 3.8

''Yes, sir," came the answer and this section.The I I amount of gasoline they might use I Lv. CANAL POINT ......._._...12:20 Pl\ Orlando ...-........... 230 4.15
Gmt the Eagle Scout went. auditing, committee madeup in driving' south would be offset AI' JACKSONVILLE-....._._.....12:01 AM Tn1lahnssce _. 6.35 11.45

In 20 minutes he was back, "I of William T. Hull, Joseph many times over in the saving in : (Via Orlando) I.nke City _.,_ 4.60 8':0

treated the patient for snake bite, Dougherty and D. H. Ward reportsall fuel oil, coal and housing in, areas Lv. CANAL POINT __._.._...._._ 5:20 Al\ Atlanta ..._._._.., D.It '16.:>0
Ar. JACKSONVILLE _..__....M__. 4:00 Pl\ SnHmnnh _.. __ 6.35; 11.60Via
sir such '
he where
reported. records' as being- in excellent shortages. are really I ( WInter Haven) Birmingham _.. 10.80 19.45

The telephone rang: shape. acute. Lv. CANAL POINT .....-..__.............. 1:40 Pl\ New York ...... ,17.35 31.55
"Mr. Scout M.aster/' said a voice, For example;. a _family in. a I Ar. JACKSONVILLE h.._.___ 1:15 AM ,Direct Connection At Jack-
"I, want to commend your Scout on Here's of The northern defense area, not engaged (.Via Winter Haven) "on'.III .r'I'nllllhIlIlMee and bake .r'
Story ,
City With Greyhound Lines
the capable way he handled this in defense 'work. could rent Lv. CANAL ''POINT __..._..,_.... 3:30: PM For All Points ;North and
;snake bite. This little negro boy their house t6 defense workers, Ar. JACKSONVILLE ..._..._.___ 4:45 AM West.
Battle of MidwayCourage (VIa Lakeland)
was rushing home when he was helping to relieve the 'housing sit-

struck by a snake. All the doctors uation, and at the same time the DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
coal or fuel oil they might have
'Were at the auxiliary hospitals a '
willingness sac
f distance away. Somebody brought used could go to heat the home fora

him here and there was no one rifice their all, this is the storyof defense worker.IS -
t EE;
who could do anything for him. a small group of, Marine Corps

The Scout did a mighty fine job. I aviators who stood out in the YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? rI --

think the patient will recover." story of that battle at Midway and

LaBelle has a Boy Scout troop today are assured of a top spot on

with Scout Master Frank A. Taylor 'the nation's roll of honor, as told NOVICE OF TAX APPLICATION. DEEDS FOR )fsratr r

as leader, which is fast becoming by the Marine Corps state head- ( nnte Bill No. 163) aY

'one of the most progressive groupsin quarters of Orlando
the Glades-Hendry district of Squadron No. 8, led' by Lieut. Lillie Richards, holder of Tax
Sunny Land ,Council. Its membersare Comdr. John C. Waldron, was the cate No. 115 issued the 6th cerufl-I
June. A, D. 1938, has filed
advancing steadily and
: taking Marine group that defended' Mid- my office and has made ,
honors on accomplishments. One way against some 100 Japanese for a tax deed to be issued
member, Joseph Dougherty will Said certificate embraces the thereon'l
while other American ing described property in the
"soon be.up for Eagle Scout and forces were out seeking contact of Hendry, State of Florida,
those who are keeping with his Lot 16 ,WY Block 49, Perry.. C. I I
l up with the Japs-and there were on- Hull's Subdivision, LaBelle. _
'advancement feel certain h.e will ly 15 planes in torpedo squadronNo. The assessment of the said property -
make the grade. 8. under the said certificate issued I
was in the name of Jim Goe.

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