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: September 17, 1943
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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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'VOLtiaiE 14-NUMBER 43 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, '1943 rsuBscRrrriox-$2.00 PER YEAR'

: '.' KIWANIANS ELECT Soldier Found Safe After COUNTY IS LAGGINGIN I! Fountains Buy Royals' SCHOOL OPENS WITH \

Being Missing 20 Months Apartments, FurnishingsMr.


and Mrs. J. M. Fountain have
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomerywere '
made happy this week by the WAR BOND CAMPAIGNClewiston's purchased the Apartments of' M. D.
STATE MEETING message that their nephew, Logan Royals and will continue to operate

Jack Sullivan, Jr., of Toledo, Ohio, ,. it as formerly. The property, all of

who has been reported missing since War Bond Drive is which was purchased .in the deal, Clewiston's.elementary

J The. Kiwanis Club Wednesday Bataan fell to the Japanese, 20 off to a' good start, but there is_ still consists of two lots with three I school and high
evening elected delegates to attend I opened Monday morning with
frame buildings. The buildings
interned in
months ago, is safe and much work to be done before a really
_ the state convention in Jacksonville, in Japan. contain five apartments. Principal M. H. Stroud in charge anda
/ a prisoner of war camp creditable showing is made on the
October 10th and 11th. President The soldier is the only son of a quota, in the opinion of those ,con- The apartments were operatedand I faculty three teachers short. There /

W. C. Owen is automatically a delegate I sister of Mrs. Montgomery, and the ducting the campaign here. I II cared for by Mrs. Royals before are 371 pupils enrolled in school this
and elected to go with him her death the first week in August.
from the Adjutant General committee 227
message The ladies organizedby year; are in elementary school;
were E. M. Cornette and C. E. I Mr. Royals, who is enlisted in the
stating that the report had been Ralph Bishop, is making a house- 106 in junior high and 38 in senior
I er,_ with alternates E. L_ 'Navy obtained leave to return home '
: 1\Iin-1 I made through the American Red to-house:: canvass this week, and by high school. _
and G. E. Etherton.J. of'
Cross is the first message concerning this week end a report will be com- and dispose the property. A. large number of
Paul Bartz made a talk to patrons
The apartments are located across '
I the boy since the War Department's piled on the'progress 'of r the cam the school for the
cattle feeding opening Monday
Kiwanians describing the ,
the highway from Motor I
report after the fall of paign.W. morning
project of the sugar corporation. I very brief program was
:Mr. Bartz substituted for ,Sidney L. taan. C. Owen, vice-chairman of the Company. held in the auditorium. The invo-

Crochet, who was scheduled to make I I War-Fund Committee, made an appeal I cation was given by Rev. H. C.
in the Theatre Sunday' evening, ,Meador, pastor of the First
'the talk but was unable to be pres- Baptist
VOTERS LEAGUE TO and various organizations are help- DRAFT BOARD TAKES I Church W. ,C. Owen, school trustee -
ent.Mr. the drive over, by calling at-
Bartz discussed four impor- put : introduced the principal, who
tant 'considerations in raising beef tention to 'it at their meetings. in turn introduced the other teach-

,cattle,) breeding,' management, sani- CONTINUE WORK OF ,Karl Lehman, Executive Managerof INVENTORY OF ALL I. ers to the audience: Mrs. Marie
the State War Finance Committee Peers first
tation, and feeding. He touched grade; Mrs. M. H.
briefly on management, which Is says "This is the world's big- Sharpe, second grade; Mrs. Harriet
concerned with all phases of the ex- CLOSE COOPERATIONA gest and worst war. Because Italy LOCAL REGISTRANTSThe Weeks, third grade; Mrs. Lavinia

periment. He said that there are has surrendered does not mean that 'Holstine, fourth grade; Mrs. Helen

advantages in certain types of cattle Italy is out'of the, war. These next ,Ziler, fifth grade; Mrs. Mabel Ma-

for' beef production,' experience meeting of the Voters League of I two weeks will cost this country the local selective service office gill, sixth grade; Mrs. Mary Baker,

having shown that the Brahma furn- Clewiston Community_was held "In most in lives and in money of any I is taking inventory this week. Mrs.:: Mrs. Marjorie Bjqrnsen, Bernard J..

ished a large frame, the, ,Hereford, the school auditorium last night 'I week yet." Katherine Dozier, chief clerk and Myers and bI'H. Sharpe, In the high
Miss Martha Nell Alston, assistant
'Short Horn and Angus furnished a I school. E. M. Cornette, school board
with Carl H., Berner, chairman, clerk, are checking through the I
i was on the
:heavy-bodied short frame, and that stage and re-
presiding. Mr. Berner reviewed the files of who registeredwith '
every person
to introduction.The
the best results have been obtained RED CROSS WANTSTO .
talk he made to the group, at the the board in this count They
from crossing Brahma with one of school needs another teacherIn
organization of the League several must compile a list of each regist-I' '
the heavy-bodied breeds.Mr. the elementary
grades relieve
i month ago outlining advantages rant, his number, his address, his i
: Bartz said that experience COMPLETE46000 some of the overcrowded rooms, and
I of the voters of the Clewiston area birth date, his marital status, his '
:had shown that' cattle in a clean, : a commercial teacher and an Englishand
in banding together. classification and the number ofprePearl '
'..sanhary'p'en fattened faster than I library science teacher in the
like cattle'on the same feed in neg- '" Mr, Berner called'on E. E. Kelly, BANDAGES BY XMASThe Harbor children. high school. ..

'lected surroundings. Sanitation also I a member of the board of directors, This Information gathered through .,
The English classes are all being
: partially solves the problem ofF I who expressed the, appreciation felt ,-- boards all over the country will, give instructed, Principal Stroud'teaching
the board ,at the splendid I an index to the amount of manpower -
-disease prevention ,and insect control I by cooperation Clewiston Red Cross Surgical : all but thirty minutes of each school
he said. ; ,.- : shown in the special election Dressing Room has shipped a totalof I available to the armed ser-
.. 'I day, in an effort to keep the classes
,:' :Mr. Bartz pointed out that, until : held on August 31st when the Lea 198,000 surgical dressings to vices. progressing until a teacher 'is ,ob
l:: a few years aS$;the ,West was the gue's bill providing for county-wide Army Supply' Depots for use in field The selective service office reports tained. Trustees are still trying to

(:":;- :;'.\;:great beef producing,, area;, due ,large: election of county commissioners hospitals of the United States. These two men who recently ,were obtain a commercial teacher but the

:---; .- ::fY: to the fact that, corncontaining) received an almost ::100 percent vote dressings include several types of sent to Camp Blanding have been commercial 'classes are not being or-

: ',;'" ''.Carbohydrates and, protein; for cattle;I in Clewiston. bandages.The' accepted. Oliver 'Martinez, who; reported ganized until a teacher is secured.

;z" feed', was, produced a1undantly.and' Jack Sigler was then called on by,II local chapter has no hand. at on September -2nd, was ac- The ,school is also faced with the

", ,< cheaply: there., The sugar: .corpora I Mr, Berner, as being a former resident the present' time material for' 46-; cepted into the Air Corps and will problem of overcrowded roms, since'

" -, tion's experiment! has ,proven that of the Western end of the, 600 bandages, which must be com- leave' on September /24th for service. many of the rooms are hardly' large

':.,,''''' ''''.' ,mofyssefurPsh, \ ; the i itYlle .1iem:1 l'county, who had worked for the pleted' and shipped. before December Melvin Courtland ,Lowley 'left Sep- ,enough to seat all the pupils in ,that

, '::L" J'2:: Cmil eaa cr.ry'.r p,. !iiPJtcombined' :YvtOr. ;Jjeiajsy* and'-its 'measure! ,.Jn ;, 31, according ,,.to Mrs* W. H. tember Jt4th for induction into serv- grade... ,, In the-first-grade: are 39

, with "roughagt1- 'such a
lemongrass, pulp' ,',and supplantedwith Mr. Sigler told of his, experiences in .. I, three weeks furlough, home. '! 46/fifth, 26; sixth, '31 ; seventh, 40;

soy' bean' meal and peanut meal' making c'ontacts'an'd' specially praised The ''War Department has called The Blanding authorities did not eighth, 28;' ninth, 38; tenth, 17;

'makes a-n ideal./-food., ,Mr. Bartz..said I I Dr. C. E. Weaver for the 'cooperation for the completion of all quotas assigned -I I, accept' for service Tommy Guy and eleventh, 14 and twelfth, 7.

. the feeding, ;records show that the 1 I I given by him and called, on through October. before the Edgar Fertic of LaBelle and Jack: Classes begin at 8:55 'each morning -

cattle on the new molasses feed fattens people of Clewiston..to continue their end ,of this 'year., It is not known I Burkette of ,Clewiston, a transfer I and' all pupils are urged to be
as rapidly as the cattle .in other cooperation saying "We work by what
just the requirements of the from Montgomery, Ala. on time each, morning., At noon the
,sections on the corn feeding.: He the whistle, We quit by the whistle, War Department will, be in the future
; Two transfers. from the local first grade is dismissed at 11:30,
: howed pictures of cattle, before 'and let start voting the
now us by
but those in charge of the
board were 'listed this week, Paul the second at 1L:40, the third at
/ after, the 120 day fattening period, ,,:whistle." work
: both in Clewiston and in area
Ernest Burney, transferred to Los 11:50, the fourth, fifth and sixth at
and predicted that more and more I Mr. Berner then expressed his-headquarters, know that there will
. Angeles and Willie Andrew Wells, 11:55 and all above the sixth at
i! Florida: cattlemen would use the molasses -i ij satisfaction at the overwhelming be increasing demands and need for transferred to Wauchula.A 12:04. In the afternoon the first
f' type feed to bring their beef victory'in the election and said that bandages as the result of the in-
: group of negro' selectees went grade is dismissed at 2 o'clock; ,the
, to ,prime condition. I' "Although there are only 20 here 1 creased tempo of war. '
( to Camp Blanding August 23rd. Of second at 2:15, the third at 2:30 and
,, tonight I htave no doubt but that the+ Because individual manufacturerswere I them these ,have been accepted: all others at 3:30.Governmental.,

',rSeaboard To Render 'I'people of.,.Clewiston will back up 1 "unable to supply war-time demands David Junior Taylor, 'transfer to

I any: action we may take in future for bandages, the War Department Fort Myers; James Gaines; John Costs

Best Possible Service I elections as they did ,in the past I requested the Red Crossto Henry Taylor; Eddie Lee Robinson, ,

", .-. I I election." assume responsibility for making transfer from Ensley, To Be Surveyed
A meeting of the League was' an- them. This work is being done all Willie Frank, Shelton, Alabama'i I

NORFOLK, Sept. 15-(FNS) -!I nounced for Hooker's Point Monday over the United States by Red, Cross Nantucket. Mass., and Stockton

The creation by the Seaboard Airline evening at 8:30' in the Holiness volunteers, and the Clewiston chapter I Coward, Jr., transfer to Luverne, TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 15-FNS' )

Railway of a committee of Research -]1 I Church. Mr. Berner urged a large "' .is contributing an important Ala. -Looking into state expenses and

Planning and Budgetry Con-:I attendance from Clewiston. part to this work. I possible economies, ,a six member
'trol with L. L. Knight, appointed i
Additional workers are needed. legislative 'committee last week, instructed -
chief, was announced by L. R. Agricultural
"' ''J. Edwin Larson To Be The local Surgical Dressing Room the State Planning Board
Powell, Jr., and Henry W. Ander'son -. I
needs, and Could accommodate, ten Committee To Meet and State Auditor as investigating
receivers of the road Candidate I
for Re-election times as many workers as it has. agencies to prepare a complete sur-
"The purpose of the creation of
These dressings are important to the vey covering governmental costs of
this committee, the announcementsaid
"is to deal with the develop- TALLAHASSEE, sept' is lives of American boys, and it ,Is ,a SARASOTA, Sept. 15.FNS) various state departments, boards
privilege to take part in making vice chairman of and bureaus.
ment and improvement of the Sea-I (FNS-State Treasurer J. Edwin Loring ,
board, so that it may render the Larson announced this week that he them. the Florida Vegetable Committee, The committee will use this infor

best possible service to its patrons I would be a candidate for re-election, The Red Cross room is open Mon representing 200,000 acres of win- mation as a basis for its report and

and to formulate methods of 'effectively subject. to next year's' democratic days, Tuesdays, Fridays from 25p. ter 'vegetable production in Florida, recommendations-to the 1945 legislature -

and economically meeting I primaries.Just m., and on Tuesday evenings 7:30to has been invited to attend a meet- on such subjects as budget

present and prospective transporta-I completing his first term, 9:30. ing of the House Agricultural com- control, continuing appropriations,
tion conditions." mittee in Washington this week and central purchasing of supplies, travel
Larson claimed a recordof substantial -
"' ; ,also confer with Food Administrator expenses of state ,employees, salary
'pespite the fact that the'Seaboardhas' progress, including a reduction Livestock Industry To j :
Marvin.Jones and Chester Bowlesof classifications of employees and
an enviable record of achievement
in annual compensation insurance I I
it must be recognized that the rates justified by experience 'Meet September 24 the OPA. '\ I possible consolidation of departments -

problem which, will confront the of companies operating under the The Florida Vegetable Committeethis I and agencies.

railroad after .the war will require workmen's compensation act. week warned Florida growers

the exercises, of a high degree of Larson was recently honored by Ed R. Rowland, District Managerof against "blind plantings" in the face F.F.A. To Hold Third

initiative on the part of the management being elected southern zone chair- the Office of Defense .Transportation of existing uncertainty and unsatis-

? man of the National Association of I Motor Division, today an- factory price ceilings. Annual Cattle Show:
Miv Knight enters his, new field 'Securities Commissioners. He is nounced that a state meeting of the Secretary John Ford of the Vegetable

with a wealth of experience gained chairman of the Florida "SecuritiesCommission. I livestock industry of the state of Committee said: "Apparently-I
ARCADIA, Sept. 15-U'NS-
during 34 years' association with the I Florida, will be held September 24th I Washington has realized at last, if I! Future Farmers of America resid-

,organization Larson served six federal at 2:00 p. m., in the Chamber of the nation is to have fresh vegetables -
years" as ing in DeSoto, Hardee, Lee, Charlotte -
collector of internal' revenue for I,. Commerce Building, Orlando, Flor-I j this winter, Florida is going Highlands, Sarasota Manatee,

-, 'Community Church Florida and has served in both ida. All producers, motor carriers, Ito I have to be the chief producer." I II Glades and, the south half 'of Polk ,

houses of the state legislature. dealers and processors who raise! I i counties are invited to participatein

Calls New Minister' His announcement is the second buy, sell''are, transport requested or to handle attend livestock this- !! Miner Is Chosen As' I the Third Annual Cattle Show to

made by a cabinet member. At- be held at the State Livestock Mar-

,':.'',, \I torney General Tom Watson an- meeting. Ration Board Member I ket in Arcadia Oct. 2021.A .
: The Community Church congregation -l nounced for re-election several I The reason for this meeting is to special class has been set yp
at a business meeting held weeks: ago.Directors. I make possible cooperation of all interested -
for the exhibit of calves by FFA-
after services Sunday, issued a call 1 in the livestock industry and
I C. E. Miner, one of the new members boys and no others! will be permitted
to the Rev. David C. Hancock, of the Office of Defense Transportation
of the Florida War of the ration board, was chosenas to enter in this group, officials
Kewanee, Illinois, to become the in the transportation of such live-
minister of the church.. Fund, Inc., headed by Governor Hol- stock by motor truck in such a man- chairman of the board at its said.

The Rev. Hancock has been In land as Honorary President, met last ner as will result in conservationand meeting Tuesday night.Other board Any boy entering a calf must
correspondence :with the church'pul- week and mapped preliminary plans, provident utilization of motor members are Dr. J. W. Ezelle and have owned it for three"months priorto

pit committee, and has indicated for conducting a state campaign In, vehicles, and as will provide, insofar W. W. Perry. entering.: Further information

that he will accept the call and will I behalf of the National War Fund. as possible, for the prompt and continuous Other than the selection of a' and show premium list may be secured -

move to Clewiston during the first' Florida is asked to raise $125,000000 ,- movement of livestock ,by chairman only routine business was from the Arcadia Chamber of

':.., .. .part of October. 1 for the benefit of 17 agencies. such vehicles. handled by the board. : N Commerce. __,...;, ,">".


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History Written at Quebec; U the weeds sorry :i iThi.t

J Only Time Will Reveal It LbiELiLca tThJWashington WNuSeni It mOVJng ruthlessly. Ira :'-

D. C. seems ?.. shun,

FURY IN THE AIR With Apologies theyW come to this -

Military Experts Satisfied With Results of U. S. air operations out of Eng They spent -

land are now by far the most exten- By JAMES M. LANDIS

Roosevelt Churchill Conference; sive and toughest operations of the (National Director of Civilian Defense.) such effortsgrowing. \

U./ S. air forces. Fliers who have
Political Angle an Enigma.By seen action in four theaters-China, In war every'threat to our country i .

the Pacific, North Africa, and )Eu- is a war threat. Enemy action at It"rCI'.....

rope-say the first three are child's sea, sabotage, fire, flood, hurricaneand )

BAUKHAGE play compared with the current flak- civil catastrophe stem our fight- &

News Analyst and Commentator.Mr. and-fighter opposition of Germans.The ing power as truly as an air attack
-that IS why Civilian Defense is not WNU Features.
first flight a was
year ago
bedrooms where 300 mili- limited to protection against
750 some made without the loss of a singleU. raiding
Baukhage has written to- tary and technical experts were im- S. plane. The Germans were bombers but has answered the Na- r

day's column from Quebec, site molated. Canadian Mounted police, caught off guard by the daylightraid. tion's need in countless other emer-

of the Roosevelt-Churchill confer- tough British marines and hefty Ca- But such things don't happenany gencies. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I

ence, which he covered for news- nadian veterans of Dieppe guardedits more. It is no secret that U. S. PROVINCETOWN HELPS IN

papers affiliated with Western portals. The inmates, like us, losses on each raid over the conti- SHIP DISASTER COCOANUT

Newspaper Union. were virtually incommunicado.When nent are high enough to hurt badly, GROVE FIRE PROVES' CIVILIAN

they dared take .a oneday'sriver though not high enough to stop the PREPAREDNESS VOLUN-

WNU Service, Union Trust Building trip one officer said, "it was operations.War TEERS AID TORNADO VICTIMS Business OpportunityLET

to prevent an outbreak of claustro- MIDWEST FLOODS FIND
Washington, D. C. correspondents in Britain declare ME SHOW YOU now to make the
EMER- football season profitable.
Now that some of the deep secrets that U. S. airmen who fly these GORDON. Box 152. Shreveport Louisiana.
which surrounded the most impor- Invisible Ink missions are the ,greatest heroes of
conference so far held by the ,the war. They have to face more -
know :
did not
There is much
firm of Roosevelt & Churchill, pur- when we arrived. There is more we I fighting fury, and face it; with more :MARKET. PARTS

veyors of victory, are beginning to still do not know of what occurred I skill, than any other men in this

be revealed in action, one can lean war-whether fighting on land, sea
after the conferees met. Historywas I Cape Cod.
Early on a Spring
back at this remarkable ad- I or in the air.
gaze written but it was written in morning last Provincetown at
year ,
venture in history in the maldng-
invisible ink. the tip of Cape Cod, got news that
i Now some things can be told. In it would soon receive an unknown
I cannot help recalling the eve- There was one thrilling bit of un AND SUPPLIESARE
the first place the event was, per- number of survivors of torpedoed
ning of Sunday, August 22, nearly told history regarding the Allied .
haps purposely, perhaps unwittingly AVAILABLE
ship. the TO
I During day, out of fog and
a month after' the actual prepara- in landing in Sicily which only now can
played down in, Washington the crash of surf the town receiveda
tions for the conference began, the advance. Before I left the capitalI be revealed. A division of U. S. dark commitment, ot'dead and COLEMAN_ DEALERS

purpose of which was then un- assured the conference would parachute troops actually stopped
whose about divisions which half-drowned men. A hotel was com- See them for Parts
guessed even by the people two Nazi were and Suppliesor
probably end about the Wednesdaya mandeered
do the work. I to the to await Al- auxiliary police ropedoff Service
job was to spade week before it did. I had hopedfor dashing seacoast the streets from the landing on Coleman Products
sitting with Edgar Mowrer, the lied landing barges. Mail
a quiet half-week's vacation.But us a postcard today for
point to the hotel, and in three-hour
Michael ..
well-known newspaper man, no sooner had I arrived on the This occurred the night before the shifts the, wardens and other de- .Free' booklet "HOW TO

Barkway, representative of and the Sunday preceding ,Roosevelt's_ arrival landing barges arrived. Had 'the fense workers transported the sur- KEEP 'EM WORKING".

British Broadcasting company, the next Tuesday, than I saw paratroopers not succeeded in hold- vivors to safety. They were cared

--"-*',. -:: -' '- -Wilson'/Woodside' commentator for we'were all wrong. I felt sure some- ing up the Nazis, U. S. troops might for by emergency medical forces I COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO.

', :-.0- :',;' |the Canadian' Broadcasting the had system.broken thing had happened when the Presi-' have landed literally in blood. and were clothed and fed by Civilian 401 North Broad Street
tThat morning news
dent and the prime minister had What happened was that the workers.For PHILADELPHIA
that Ambassador Litvinov would not para- Defense and Red Cross 8, PENNA.
-;' their preliminary talk at Hyde Park. troopers, coming down mysteriously an outstanding record during
return to Washington. was
_," earned: ] that a virtually unknown Something did, for I am sure_ there at night, not far from the Nazi disaster, Provincetown was given .

had been no intention of producingthe divisions, fooled the into
member of the Soviet diplomaticcorps enemy national recognition in a citation Persian Pastime
parade of cabinet officers and thinking he outnumbered. Actu-
was from
the U. S. Office of Civilian
who had been their represent- Medieval Persians used
other brass hats who kept droppingin ally, a paratroop division is far inferior Defense. to wa-
ative in Ottawa to replace the the of
was ger a finger on outcome one
from the skies and elsewhere one in numbers to a division of
adroit Mr. Maisky, Stalin's expert of their The loser would
after another. But I learned that ground troops. But the Nazis could
lieutenant in London. Boston.-The work of the emergency lop off the finger and cauterizethe
the length of the conference was not tell in the dark how many Amer-

.' Woodside had learned, quite by planned to a "t" by the President icans there were, got the impres- Civilian Defense medical wound.
services at Boston's Cocoanut Grove
accident, that a little while before, long before it began. He knew it sion that the sky was packed with
the representative of Tass the offi- fire was hailed as "an epic in medi-
would last precisely as long as it paratroopers.So .
cial Russian news agency, who had did for he timed his Ottawa trip in they decided to camp for the cal ,history." Volunteers rushed to IRRITATIONS OF
the to administer first aid and S fIN
been an active participator in the advance so he would be back in night and get ready for a fight the EXTERNAL CAUSE
assist in
removing the injured to
press conferences had suddenly de- Washington on August.26.: He knew next morning. But by daylight UV.S.:
hospitals, where 202 casualties were acne plmD esnmps; (blackheads and
midst the
from severing
parted our : 'what was coming and that is why he landing barges were safely ashore.LUDWIG'S ugly' broKen-out skin. Millions relieve
last shadowy link with the Kremlin.' slipped off for that fishing trip, given blood plasma. from OCD'sblood miseries with simple home treatment.
bank. A master file system, Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
A few days before, just as a rumor which was just that and nothing WARNING healing, works the antiseptic way. Use
setup by local Civilian Defense officials Black and White Ointment only as di-
that the conferencehad conferenceitwas
was circulating ahead of the
Emil Ludwig, famous German author : to operate during bombing rected.be,25c.50c:sizes.25 years success.
agreed upon the division of a health measure pure and sim- and biographer, recently had :Money-back: guarantee. 42T Vital la
raids functioned
a. check
Germany into separate states as one ple. Churchill and his midnight cigars as a on casu- cleansing Is good soap. Enjoy famous
unique session with the army'sschool alties. In service to the firesufferersand Black and White Skin Soap daily.
of the post-war steps, the text of a are something to prepare for, for military government at the
public, the defense forces
broadcast from Moscow was printedin the wee sma' hours are the big mo- "
Charlottesville Va. as to what the
showed that the work'they had been
an American paper. It was made ments for this human dynamo.
Allies should'do' with Germany after
trained to do for war could be used
by the so-called Free.Germany com- -
Then the "something" yet to be' the war. for a large-scale civil emergency.Akron.Leaving .
mittee and of could not have
revealed, happened. Churchill hailed Ludwig gave a series of lectures *
voiced views to the
any contrary his foreign minister from London on how to prevent another Hitler
will of Stalin. It urged that the a path of wreck
and with him came not only Infor- from arising and plunging the world
German army be kept intact after I mation Minister Bracken, who into another'war 20 years hence. age and injury in its wake, a tornado THAT SPREAD DISEASE*
the war! struck northeastern Ohio the
played no part as an informer but ,Based upon years of studying Bis-
night of April 27. Within 40 minutes; KILL 'EM warn
Stalin's AbsenceOf nevertheless was of cabinet rank, marck
Hindenburg and the Kaiser, 1,500 'auXiliary policemen and fire-
but also the permanent head of the the German: historian urged that > Efficient ,
course Stalin's absence from men were entering toppling build- 65 YEARS
British foreign office, Sir Alexander there be : RAT*ROACH PASTE
a strong army of occupa > Economical
the conference had been widely discussed ings to rescue Auxiliary
in Quebec. To say the leastwe Cadogan with the accent on the"dog" tion by all the United- Nations for police rerouted traffic, recoveredlost AT YOUR DRUGGIST 3Sf& $1.00
pronounced (though Secretary at least five years.
were four very confused mem- property prevented lootingof

bers of press and radio, and I think Early"could never quite master it) "The German people should know the stricken areas. In the morn-

our feelings were typical-two of us "dug. for the first time in 130 years," he ing, Civilian Defense volunteers

had covered international confer- Of course ,Hull had to appear to said, "what a foreign authority looks staffed the property relief office 'to DoublePurposeLaxative

ences before. Was Russia runninga match Eden; then 'another cabinet like. Only thus can they be broughtto help those needing repairs for their

competition show tothe one staged member, Secretary of War Stimsonto understand that they have been homes., Emergency squads of aux- Gives

on the heights of America's Gibraltar match Bracken and then Secre- defeated." iliary firemen helped make tempo-

? The shudder we shuddered and tary of the Navy Knox for good Ludwig pointed out that German rary repairs on houses, patching More SatisfactionDon't F

which spread out over the telegraphlines 'measure, perhaps to give verisimilitude militarism always had come from windows and repairing small roof

and airwaves bounced back to to the talk that the Pacific was Prussia, while Germany's culture openings. In all, 5,000 Civilian 'Defense be satisfied just to relieve your

the walls of the Citadel where the I not being neglected. Then just be- nad come from the south and west. workers saw Cleveland, Medina this present constipated more condition.thoroughly Meet by
top-men were conferring. At an fore Stalin made public his gestureof Therefore he proposed splitting Ger; and Akron through the tornado. toning up your intestinal system.

eight o'clock conference that eve- withdrawal (recalling Litvinov), many up into two states: (1) Prus- For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.

evening presidential secretary Ste- T. V. Soong, Chinese foreign minis- sia, small and isolated; and (2)) Ba- Ohio.-Air raid control systems Hitchcock's Powder-an All-Vegetable Intestinal Tonic Laxative Laxa-

phen Early announced that the recall ter more or less permanently in- varia, Saxony, and the.smaller Catholic from northwestern Ohio to eastern tive. It not only acts gently and

of Litvinov had been known to stalled in Washington for some time German states which are not Oklahomaalerted Civilian De- thoroughly but tones lazy bowel

the conferees long before it hap- past, appeared. Then there was the militaristic and which would be 25,000 muscles-gIving more satisfaction., %
fense volunteers for flood duty as
pened and had no influence or effect excuse that a big drive on Burma joined with Austria. This would put Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative Powder
the Wabash and its tributaries over- Spells, Sour
the conference. was in the wind. the Catholics in and the helps relieve Dizzy
on one country
flowed their banks last May and the Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that

Meanwhile all sorts of speculation The Big DriveMeanwhile ; Lutheran Prussians in another. flood crests swept south. OCD volunteer dull sluggish:; feeling commonly referred -,

about the effect of the absence of No 'Poor Misguided' Germans. offices rushed the recruitment to as Biliousness, when caused di-
the had blown Constipation. Use only as
the Russians, the ominous "empty hot and then press cold "Leave to the Germans all that of additional workers, while wardensand rected.by 15 doses for only lOc. :Large

chair," had been pouring out of Que- immediate very invasion very of Europe on from an other nations have," Ludwig recom- other defense forces mannedthe family size 25c. Adv.

bec, perhaps comforting if not aid- mended, "but take away their levees, evacuated river-edge
Britain. I don't know whether the
ing the enemy: and probably makingno that the smash weapons, supervise their education! families and helped feed and house WNU-7 36-43
reports big was com-
one happy Stalin. and give them ,
even political guardian- flood victims. Civilian Defense aux-

Could this and 'the other unfortu- ing was but a part I of the that Allied the war folks of ship. If you do not and if you speakof iliary pumpers, mounted on barges,
nerves, am sure
nate things which were written have the 'poor misguided German
were sent in to give protection to
who threw cold water on it were .
been avoided; were we, in spite of people,' then 20 years from now districts the regular fire equip-
sincere in their belief it just couldn'tbe
ourselves, evil muses? started before your sons will be fighting anotherwar ment could not reach and thus

-- I said to one of the willing but spring.I against them. guarded against the fires that accompany v.

rather futile and frustrated men who sat with a general whom I have "What I fear," continued! Ludwig, flood. Many industrial
of Disordered
were supposed to provide us with known for a long time, a real soldierin "is that on the day' after the deathf kept in operation. May
plants were Action
facts: if we could have just had a World War I as well as in this Hitler, the Junkers, the generals Kidney

little guidance wouldn't it have been one. Here's what he had to say: will kowtow to you and say, 'We Detroit.-Riots Irregular Modem habits life with, improper Its hurry eating and worry and

better? "We haven't, got the men yet. We love Americans. Come, let us be are a particularly drinking-its risk of exposure and infection -
harmful threat to the war effort.In throws heavy strain on the workof
He admitted that was true, but, he must drop bombs upon bombs. brothers again.' I fear that some Civilian Defense the-kidneys. They are apt to become
the Detroit riots
added, "When an information man There is a lot more softening up of you will say, 'Now let us make over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
volunteers with the red, white, and and other impurities from the hfe-siving
asks the higher ups for information to do. peace. They are good people, these armband blood. j
blue unharmed -
they are so afraid they ,will say This man was on the peripherynot generals.' emergency You may suffer nagging backache.
through battle scarred headache, dizziness getting up nights
more than they ought to that we. on the inside. I am sure that "But they are not. They are not leg pains swelling-feel constantlytired
victims and helping
,get nothing." the technical experts, the officers- one whit better than the Hitlers. areas, rescuing ,nervous all worn out. Other signs
them buy food. Volunteer nures'aides of kidney or bladder disorder are some-
More than 200 press, radio and and we had them all, probably the They merely have better manners," help in times burning, scanty or too frequent

news photographers were here. We greatest aggregation of military Ludwig declared. gave emergency urination.

filled to bursting the little old Clar- brains and real experience, too, ever Note: Ludwig paid tribute privately crowded hospitals. Through OCD, kidneys Try Doan'e to pass Pill off harmful Doan't excess help body the

endon hotel, with its narrow corri- assembled anywhere they were to the excellent job the army 172 units of blood plasma were sup- waste. They have had more than hall a .

dors, its lobby turned' into a telegraph 1 sure. They were. certain. And when was doing at its school for military plied the for riot recent victims.In one-day. rioting in century mended of by public grateful approval.users everywhere.Are recom- I I

office, and its modest bed- : the conference was over they were government. He said he had sel- Ask your neighbor I
Harlem New York volunteer civilian -
rooms made into press room and satisfied. As to the political side, dom met such an intelligent, pro a

broadcasting studios. Two blocks that is an enigma and will be one gressive group oilmen, with such a patrol of 1,500 residents, most-raid ; .
away was the spacious Chateau as long as Russia remains one. And grasp on the world's future prob ly Negroes, augmented by

Frontenac, a Normandie palace with that she is. tern 0 wardens helped restore .the peace.

rf i: 1L


t 1 But for Courage, Henpeck

?f ASK ME 1 A quiz with answers offering Might Never Have Known

! ? ANOTHER.informationonvarioussubiects Desperately need of 50 cents

! Mr. Henpeck finally got up enough
. .
courage to open his pay envelope
Questions 7. In what year was the first before taking it home to his exacting -

woman elected to serve' in congress wife. Somewhat mystifiedat

: 1. What is a campanile? ? what he found therein, he hur-
ried back to the cashier."You've .
2. What name is given to an or- .
The Answers
given me ten dollarstoo
nament worn as a charm against
evil? 1. A bell tower, especially one much, I'm afraid," he stam

I 3. What kind of ship ,was the separated from a church. mered.
Constitution? 2: Amulet. i The cashier counted the bills
I For Shelves and coins, then replied
Pickling impatiently
4. What is the, approximate, atmospheric 3.. Frigate. -
'" *Spiced Cantaloupe pressure per square 4. A pressure'of 14.7 pounds per : "It's quite correct. I supposeyou've
,:, *Apple Chutney inch at sea level? square inch forgotten that you got a
*Green Tomato Pickle ten-dollar raise last month." ,
5. The whirlpool Chary'dis is off 5. Sicily.
*Bread and Butter Pickles Mr. Henpeck placed his hand
6. Mexico is
the coast of what island? City 7,415 feet
{:: Recipe Given above level. across his eyes, shrank into his
6. How high is Mexico City sea collar still farther
and said faint
7. In 1916 (Jeanette Rankin
above sea ly: "My wife never told me."
f" used for canning fruits and vegeta Mont.).


:' Spiced Cantaloupe.Peel Courageous T. 'R. First NEW' EFFECTIVE HAY'
rind and cut cantaloupe into FEVER RELIEF FOR \
1-inch pieces. Soak overnight in President to Ride Auto Hay fever, which annually causes AND \
::" <*<...,,,, ,, .; ,.,. SCRAPES\, PETROLEUM
< W ""'- ";:;;: vinegar. To each 7 pounds of fruit more sneezes, more inflamed noses JELLY @

; ', Fruit pickles take less time tof' add ,,3 pounds of sugar, 8 sticks oi Theodore Roosevelt was the first and more red, streaming eyes than
cinnamon, and 1 tablespoon whole any other scourge, may have its '
take President of the United States to
,'" prepare, vegetable pickles may cloves. Cook about 1% hours or final big fling this September, all New Heavyweight Star
f' weeks but automobile. The '.
several days or even ride in an event because a Pennsylvania electrical
until fruit becomes transparent.Place A new star weighing 100 timesas
both contribute to brightening winter took place at Hartford, Conn., in 'I. engineer was served a dish of corn
1 in ,sterile jars and seal. much as the sun has been discovered -
1902. Behind meal
menus. September, the pres- mush which was entirely too
*Apple Chutney. idential followed horse- salty. by astronomers.
car a
..::: Pickling Time .2 quarts apples, cut in small pieces drawn vehicle-in case of an The engineer, sneezing, and with
2 pounds'granulated sugar all other hay fever manifestations,

('/' Summer has slipped by and with 2 cups seeded raisins emergency.Wrote .one editor: "Roosevelt'sdisplay stopped at a hotel where he was
served dish of mush which he
Rind of 2 finely chopped a lJlfJOlllANl
# it has passed the time of putting up oranges of courage was typical of
considered sending back as it was
:. fruits and'vegeta- y cup strong vinegar ,him." ,
much too salty. Finally he ate it,
:.i' bles. But canning Yi teaspoon ground cloves Road maps were not availablein however; the hay fever attack lessened FOR GROWERS OF
.., -_" is not yet over, 1 cup pecan meats, chopped fine those days. Motorists used a ultimately ceased. 'Next day

Q.....I) I. for fall brings Boil all ingredients together until Blue Book Traveling Guide con- he had three meals, all oversalted, VETCH WINTER
I with it many apples and nuts are tender. Pour directions such "Go and experienced his most comfort- ,
...... fruits and vegeta.4' into sterile jars and seal at once. 'taining as: able time in years in the "hay fever
red barn. Turn
23/.1 miles to
: "
Green Tomato Pickle PEAS
bles season. CLOVERS
which homemakers -
Go 4 miles to covered ,
.f; like to 4 quarts green tomatoes bridge, His analytical mind quickly
2 sweet red etc. grasped the, possibility that the Here are typical reports from
use for pickling and preserving. peppers saline substance in his food was farmers who inoculate legumes with ,
Pickles may be of either the fruitor 2 small onions i responsible for his relief. NITRAGIN:

vegetable variety for there are a 2 teaspoons ground cloves What is the most welcome gift About this 'time, Dr. E. E. Sel- "My Austrian peas inoculated with

great ''many varieties of pickles. 2 teaspoons ground ginger you can send to a man in the I leck a graduate of Columbia Uni- NITRAGIN were a good stand, grewt
Fruit pickles can be made in a 2 teaspoons ground allspice service? Well, surveys among versity, met the engineer, made fast and made good yield.
short time, but those made from 1, tablespoon ground cinnamon service 'men themselves show that notes, and when he returned to his : The uninoculated side of the

vegetables require a longer time- 1 tablespoon dry mustard one of the favorite packages from home, began experiments. Today -field made poor growth and
sometimes as long as several weeks. teaspoon celery. seed home are cigarettes. And first Dr. Selleck declares he has founda was yellow all season."
1 quart vinegar choice certain means of relief for hay "I always inoculate vetch,
: The best cucumber pickles take among men in all the serv-
1 pound brown ices is Camel based fever and is supported in his con- clovers and peas with NITRAGIN.It .
several weeks in order to completethe sugar on the actual tention by other medical "
experts, insurance.
is mighty cheap
pickling process and make them % cup salt sales records in Post Exchangesand and a nationally known chemical crop "

crisp in texture, dark green in..color., Grind' coarsely the tomatoes, onions Canteens. Though there ,are manufacturing concern, the Hol- "My neighbor tells me it t. .
the difference of
made ;
""' Sugar is introduced gradually to the peppers. Put spices in a small now Post Office restrictions on lings-Smith Company, at Orange- and "no crop ... -"
., cucumber after"?it has had a prelimi-" bag and boil in the vinegar with salt packages to overseas Army men, burg, New York has taken over a successful crop. ;r"I ;

nary treatment in brine or vinegar. and sugar, for 10 minutes. Add the you can still 'send Camels to soldiers making the remedy, which is called 10 bushels increased peanut acre. yields J',
Crisp Pickles. ground vegetables and simmer for 1 in the U. S., and to Sailors, Nakamo Bell.Describing per
hour. Remove spice bag. Pack into Marines, and Coast Guardsmen the experiments Dr. It costs only about 15c an acre and
How does one get crisp pickles is ,
few minutes to inoculate
Selleck said, "After I was sure I only a
the question most frequently asked hot sterile jars and seal. wherever they are.-Adv. had found a means, of quickly relieving legume seed with NITRAGIN-the

in pickling. Select fresh, ripe rather hay fever through the chlor- oldest,most widely used inoculant for
than over-ripe vegetables and ide group, I tested it in the most all legumes. Get it from your seed
fruits for pickling: Over-mature and GET practical way I knew.: I held a supplier, just ,ask for NITRAGIN.,

stale vegetables will shrivel during +r.? '. .. AFTER RHEUMATIC PAINWith three day clinic, to which many THE NITRACIN CO.,21U'N.BOOTH ST.,MilWAUKEE,WIS.:

:". the hay fever sufferers responded,
pickling'process.* ; a MedicIne that will Prove Itself
,. : from ages ranging from 10 to 60 FREE
-- <* .
: spices Hid .low''grade vinegar If you suffer from rheumatic painor ,Each -
*--'fl, ; are, other causes' pickle fail rut4 muscular aches,buy C-2223 today years.tablets with person a little was water.given'two'Some BookletsHow
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1.
( ure. It's important to use vinegar' t
to all within ten min-
Caution Use only directed. First How to
: n i It grow
t" which: has"a strength of 40-60. Cider bottle purchase price refunded by utes. Reports on these cases dur- bolter
vinegar is usually preferred because:/ druggist not satisfied. Get C2223.A ing the ensuing weeks showed r legumes.
a t '' of its mellow flavor. As a rule on- practically a complete cessation of Writ. ,today;
:" ;:: ions and cauliflower,which are light, symptoms."-Ad v.

r. : require a white vinegar to make a FOR QUICK RELIEF
f.. :>,' light-colored pickle. Both types of T Our Books in RussiaSince '
r ', vinegars serve to modify, the taste e uu

r:.' of the product and also to preserve 1917, Russia has published

-_ it. ANTISEPTICUsed Soothing S A LV IE 15,000,000 copies of books by / O --OUR=z
:. : Salt for 4 American "CepBrujh"AppIicetormakes ,
Pickling. : by thousands with satisfactory fe- writers, over 6,500,000; "
f' Good quality salt is indicated for suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. having been the'works of Jack A +TMEaJUSTSFFHOW

:,:' :: good pickles. Table salt or dairy Spurlock-Neal. Get Carboil Co.,at Nashville drug stores, Tenn.or write London and 2,000,000 those of I DASH IN FEATHERS.GOMUUFU

k':: f salt (used for L.W-- At summer's end, you can look Mark Twain.
!' J: butter making) with pride on your canning 'shelf
I ;,:. are good, but salt if you have been busy putting up

I :: f to which a lot of fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies DON'T LET

. '" is chemical has been pickles and relishes. CONSTIPATIONSLOW

-:. added to prevent
;1' it from caking is *Bread and Butter Pickles. YOU UP i

.:, not recommended. ] 25 to 30 medium-sized cucumbers O When bowels are sluggish and you ."L 0TIOEPSYOU !
Chemicals 8 large'white onions feel irritable, headachy, do as /millions
,- interfere 2 large sweet peppers do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
d'r with the
pickling proc- ''y salt chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew f( rslAKtJ,.
m' ess. cup '. FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
: Soft water*is-also best for pickling 5 cups cider vinegar taking only in accordance with package p

y... f.- ."':. as hard 'water may cause a soft 5 cups sugar directions-sleep: 'without being dis- WI YfRSMITH"STon
? ; pickle. Large deposits of lime in 2 tablespoons mustard seed turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
]' 2 the water teaspoon tumeric
may interfere with :Tastes
.. proper FEEN-A-MINT. good, is handy
WXf', .. pickling procedure. Do not use"greening" teaspoon cloves and economical.A generous family supplyFEENAMINT 'lIto1' u41TRUCTED
I : 7:). salts to bring'about the Wash cucumbers and slice as thinas i I C In

: ."" ',', nice ,green colors of pickles. The possible. Chop onions and pep- cOio
', color is pers and combine .. .. FOR 74 YEARS ,
,I&' ? green brought about by .. .. !11 _-
: : ,," proper use of salt and vinegar. with cucumbersand -
I .=:";'r, Crispiness is also due to proper use salt. Let this ffjr9if0r
, 'i;': of salt and vinegar and large stand 3 hourS:
;4"I1 i amounts of alum Drain. Combine
? : are discouraged to
.;,.." bring about crispiness. vinegar, sugar t ;. : FOR STEADY PLEASURE-
--: ,., ,
and 'spices in
Equipment. a
.; Pickles may be cured in large large preserving l II IIto
: stone crocks, if desired. They are kettle and brine IT TAKES i

'. __ '' usually stored in glass jars with a boil. Add drained cucumbers.Heat .

,:-, caps, of the same type that are thoroughly but do not boil. say :
.r, Pack while hot into jars and seal they "
':'.' :1 I Ripe Cucumber Sweet Pickles.
ttARDVlAR6for }
:: 8 large ripe cucumbers .*** {'y ',' Lynn Says: V& pound stick cinnamon '( medal0 % ri '? YkU'.> 'v

:..' : You Can Do It, Too! Readers 1 ounce whole cloves IIf rc
: write that they have.hints to pass IV-i pints vinegar .'HAPPY'barber ;% $ruiarra/y!r y.9'v' Afs, ,

on to other readers, and I'm'sure 3 pounds sugar y.lr'

',:,.. you'll like them for your own Pare the cucumbers, take out !or company Q"WINDJAMMER
'c"" foods. seeds and cut in quarters. Cut quar- qY
Careful seasonings make for ters into medium-sized pieces. Scaldin for bugler

good cooking-and that means salted water (2 tablespoons salt.to
first of all salt and pepper. Mixed 1 quart water), then drain and sim- ,I "CAMEL" Wt
poultry seasonings add accent to mer in clear water until tender. Tie arette f

\ stuffings and stews. Bay leaf, spices in a bag and boil them with I; for the f avoriteag. Army 7'.,{ < :{ x..: ., "{:z
> -- thyme and sage are also good in vinegar and sugar 5, minutes. Pour the

stuffings and meats. this mixture over cucumbers, cover w
Spare the hand when using cur- jar and set away until the next day. '- YOU BET! CANT BEAT

ry powder, but do use it in any Then, pour off syrup. boil syrup for : ;!jI 'e THAT CAMEL FLAVOR
meat or fish dish if you like the 10 minutes and pour over cucum- .r
curry taste. It's especially good bers again. Flavor is improved by AND MILDNESS

, when you're using any of these repeating this process several times. <.
foods with rice. With last heating, place pickles in ..rz .

,I A pinch of nutmeg is indicated cleaned, sterile jars and seal at 3 '
I once. The favorite cigarette with men ., v'In
for for
spinach, that occasional
scalloped fish or oyster dish. Are you hating a time stretching meats? the Army,Navy,Marines,and
Write to Miss Lynn Chambers for prac i: '' '"
Coast Guard is Camel. Based '
Clove and cinnamon blend well tical help, at Western Newspaper Union, ( on
with smoked meats-use in cook- 210 South Desplaines Street, Chicago III. actual sales records.) ? : '. F rro 'r W jcxcAnsrr
ing smoked ham or shoulder cuts. Don't forget to enclose a stamped, self-ad -... :}> :A
dressed envelope for your reply.
Released by Western Newspaper Union.




The Clewiston News "A-7" coupons will be detached that weather and salt water won't Funds, have been ,
ODT HAS DECIDED from the new books. Motorists will rot it. Florida followers of Isaac approved to f

begin using "A-6" coupons on the, Walton may go fishing with glass provide complete tuition, fees, ,

Published every Friday In Clewiston, DEEPENINGIS date the new' book becomes valid, lines after the war. Nylon fishing stipends, maintenance and uniforms
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS. CANAL which will be announced. lines replaced Japanese silk just for an anticipated 10,175' student !

Tnc. prior -to the war-now glass may members of the U. S. Cadet Nurse '

NOT JUSTIFIEDThe Ceiling Prices On Bedsprings prove superior to either silk nr Corps. Over 500 accredited schools .'
KEATHLEY BOWDEX, Editor Ceiling prices for metal frame nylon. I of nursing are participating in the-

bedsprings have been set by OPA program

Entered as second class mall matter today at levels which will save the "As I
... In deepening of the Fort Myers- stood In line at one of the
1, 1927 at the Pest Office
public from 25 cents. to $1.50 each .
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Stuart canal to a minimum depth of War Exhibits of machine'guns, aero-
March 3, 1897.Sobscriptlon 8 feet appeared little more than a in comparison with' maximum prices planes, bombs and other death dealing

possibility this week, when the ODT I for wood frame bedsprings of simi- machines, buying a bond, I Johnson's Fish Camp '
lar type. Retail ceilings ranging
Hntc $Z.OO Per Ycnr.Adtertlftlnfir declined to approve the work. wondered how many realized that (Near hurricane Gate) .
from $8.50 to $12 have been fixedon \
The office of defense transportation more people are killed on the home Clewiston
Fla. t tt
II n ton On Application. five models of coil and flat steel
(ODT) advised Sen. Claude bedsprings with metal frames. front. in accidents than have been t Boats and Motors-Guide Service II I
Pepper, Florida Democrat Monday killed on the battlefront in foreign I Rates Reasonable I

Devoted to the advancement and wel- that it could not recommend as a lands" stated Asher Frank, directorof I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.AMERICAN.
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. war measure the deepening of the More Sugar for Bees the Florida Safety Council.; -1 '
I cross-state waterway from Punta Because some beekeepers are fac-
I _.
ing of their bees due to the lack .,
I Rassa to Stuart, from six to eight loss '
I feet. of sufficient natural food, OPA has ;

NATIONAL EDITORIAL J Glenn E. Taylor, director of Inland i authorized additional sugar' allot-I !

m iSSOCATION' waterway transport division ments to beekeepers registered as ; 't

(for the ODT, wrote the senator: industrial users The additionalsugar BY LEFF f, ;.), '
"This office has studied the oper- allotment, which is limited to

ation of boats on this canal and a 'maximumof 15 pounds per bee i iI

the advisability of using it in the colony per year, is necessary be-

war effort in the transportation of cause' of the short blossoming season -

(..:--:..:..:..:..:..:N:-N..:N:..:..:..:..:..:-:-N-: N.H petroleum products from Texas in certain parts of the country._ .
ports to the Atlantic seaboard., 1
]I Retailers ,who during March 1942 I
"Our various studies invariablywind
Too Late To Classify gave away book matches to pur- I,
up with the conclusion that 1 l I (
chasers of cigarettes, cigars and tobacco -
the open water from Carrabelle to I 1 \
RUSSELL KAY must continue to give away j I If
By the western end of the canal would : ,
I I the matches when sales of these ar-
interfere seriously with any at-
...... ................ ticles now are made, OPA says. At
.;-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:,: : : :-:-:-: : : : : : : : ) tempt to move a large volume of
the same time OPA set ceiling'prices _
oil via this route. Our investigation -}I
sales of book matches at 14 cents
From somewhere on the far-flung shows that it is true that certain I Ion
per box of 50 in independent stores
Pacific battle front came a message tugs can make the run from
and 13 cents in' chain! stores. Two
written on the back of a blue and Carrabelle to the west end of the 1
packs for is' the ceiling
gold label torn, from a can of FlorIda canal. However, when there, is penny
price on small unit sales. Sales
grapefruit packed months ago in rough weather, it would be necessary .-
made through vending machines are
a Florida citrus canning plant. to stop the movement entirely -
J included in the ruling.CONTRACT .
Said the ,writer: "The contents of or materially retard ,same.. In

the can'-from which this label was other words the proposed .operation f .

.removed by the writer, today were i is possible, but neither feasible

fist'.-delicious! s You may be into I nor practical as an every-day prop- LET' FOR
(ested kivw that this FJorida osition. MoiaSa5FF z. a' {

ro'duct-! s over 9,000 miles from "We have consistently promotedthe

A. : poinfof packing. policy of maximum utilizationof SURFACE TREATMENTOF
"One' of my: fellow officers, a Three Jape killed with one bullet was the score of Marine Pfc. Nicholas Sileo
our inland waterways in the interest while defending a small Tillage somewhere in the South Pacific. Sileo droppedthe
,. California boy, helped me consume of conservation of other forms trio a* they approached Indian file and then bagged two more before the
.': 0;, :i-'the contents of this can and he ad- of transportation, but we really .10 HIGHWAY HERE swarming little men's rifle fire put him out of commission and he had to be
:f mitted it was a fine product. You hospitalized. Our boys are making the best snot the ammunition which yon
not feel that w ecan recommend the ,help buy when you invest in War Bonds. Help past them more of it. f--ii ;
'Too Late ToClassify' ? "i
tell readers of
Y may use of critical materials and manpower -' "4" s fm iS} i -W > #'
that it makes us Cracker, at this time for the deepening 'Resurfacing of the highway be- ; ,J. \ .::; .

boys mighty proud and happy to of this canal as a war measure."' tween Moore ,Haven and State Road ., ---r----1
find such products from our own 25 will be begun shortly, the state

great state here on the outposts and RATIONING road department having recently leta [:..:..:"...X..XK..XK..H..K.....................,......................... ............ ........... .................. .. ........._...... ...............r..,.
in the front lines. I contract'to' the James H. Craggs ,.:. (
"The lable instructed us to chill I Construction Company of Ocala for X: "

before serving, but somebody for- CALENDAR this 'work :
got to send us a Kelvinator and the Included in the contract the re- ::. '; ,. :

iceman 'doesn't come around our surfacing of -a three mile section on s: '.V} '., '. .'. L' Ust, .: -: :;: i:
the Blue Stamps-R, Sand T good }. .' )' .. ". ...' 0<. :.: -
jungle home, so we punctured road 25, 'beginning approximately T y.-' 0.11- I:: ,.;-..)1'r' :,1 ..
can and drank* her down' luke warm. until September 20. U, "V and;'W. five ,miles west of road 67. 'This ..T'1. (' r ",: "t"1.* J .....ftft 1It1.f i=:'{ttt ...

Of all the citrus juice I've ever had good until October 20. work is applying a surface treatment :t .' ; '!% Subbh' You Wilh.11- ; ?: 1::
and .
delicious refresh- Red Stamps-X, Y Z good un-
none was more ,
called a "wearing surface" to : :
ing or more appreciated than this.,. til October 2. the present road and is ,in the line t !a// 3.

"Take it from me, this kind of a' Brown Stamps-A, In Ration' Book of' routine maintenance .of roads of ;i : 'IN

message from' home is even more 3. became valid Sept. 12 for meats, this type. The total' resurfacingwill ,. 5' ::. .._..

helpful. than guns and ammunitionfor I-fats, cheese, etc. be 9 miles and the contract is .=. .. .,':)y' r"' ..S.1 ..

it lifts a fellow up and reviveshis Sugar Stamp No. 14-Five pounds, in the amount of $28,381.00.: ..::.. ':"_ / :, .- ......
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old fighting spirit like nothingelse expires Oct. 31. : \ S
The road department is not doing .
in the world. I Sugar Stamps No.. 15 and 16 construction :_: WINDOW. CARDS :::
work, but road men .
any: '
"As I drank my share of the Each good for five pounds for can- have referred,to the work to be done '::: : ; :!:

:precious juice I could see the beautiful ning Shoe purposes Stamp''No.; good. 18-Good until Oct..until 31. here 'as' comparable to putting a 'new :;: :',':/' ,-' RULED FORMS 1 .r' :i:

orange and grapefruit groves, coat of. tar on a roof. Unless the -: ) ;
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Oct 31.A6 ; : ;;; : ;
the packing houses and .
great busy "wearing surface" of the' road is '." .
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canning plants' ,. my home town and Gas Coupons-Good until kept up it soon becomes underminedas :_: ( : '

my friends and all the things I Nov.: 21. .' water ,penetrates- the top layers. i ; t. : ':: F -- 1 1s
knew and loved back home. And I \
knew what I was fighting for. Renewal Of A Books PROHIBITION ,-'_' ,\. ,' .'"' ,. :
::: : : .I ... ', t..,. :s:
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-- "Keep that fruit and juice com- Detailed instructions for mail 1 ,* ;
re- .:. .,1 : : > ; .:.
ing; don't-let us down on the home newal, ,, of "A" gasoline ration books I I They're at it again in America, ; ;::: B ILL I-I E ADS. ..' \:

front and you can bet your bottom in 17 eastern states have been forwarded I and even as in the days of World i : t ; : t

dollar we won't let you. down on the to local rationing boards War I we may yet hear that Amer- ,} HANDBILLS A
.. battle front.." with the suggestion that application ica is 'Dry.Most + ".; -, ,; .:':., ;\ ,:< ;
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forms be distributed as soon as possible of us in the I'D. S. armed ; : : .' "
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You know ,-' folks, that thrilling OPA has announced. Local forces ,could not be classed as viol- : .. '/' '. .. TICKETS i' / .

message; penned laboriously on the boards will begin distribution of the ently opposed to liquor control' for :i: : '. .. .1 ,v"U' :: >- : .:;: .

back of a can label, hit me right new books this month, and boards most' fo us believe in moderation.On ( .. ., '
between the eyes. like a lot, of other in many localities are nearly readyto the other hand, there are a*few :J: : : ,' ETC :' ::

,folks, I've been Inclined to discuss mail out the renewal; forms. of us who could be included in the ( If

and take for granted the magnifi- The renewal procedure will be group of Americans who felt "the 2
:;: At a lowV j:
cent job being done by our farmers simple. In some communities mo- noble experiment" was a huge success price surprisingly

and growers our packers and ship- torists, may obtain renewal forms at ;.

pers and above. all our, great canning places to be announced by the ,I It is with alarm therefore ,that = ift

industry boards. In other localities, boardsare we learn of the growing' political h
I had been thinking In terms of. planning to mail out forms to strength of the antiliquor( crowd in :;: A V,

ships and guns and ammunition. motorists now holding "A" books.In the United States.., = i II '

/ While these things, of course, are either ,case applicants for renewed Taking advantage' of wartime con- .:. r .i.ih

plenty important we should not rations may mail the forms ditions and restrictions the new ''v?
lose sight of the fact that food, all back : ....
to the board. The applicant prohibition group is working night

kinds of food, is even more so.' Starving must be sure to attach (1)) the' back: and day for legislation which will _*: l

hungry men can't fight for long cover of, his present "A" book prop- give America prohibition in fact if Gualit'Printing _

no matter how much ammunition erly ,signed, and (2)) a current tire I not in name. Using the tactics of o y:

they may have at hand. inspection record showing that the Farm Block, the ,anti-liquor 5: :!:

Picture that boy somewhere out proper inspections have been made. crowd is tacking on amendments to .2. .i

there in the steaming tropics when After checking the applications to, practically every military appropriations : I. ;.

he received that can of citrus juice make sure that the motorists Is en- measure in a desperate effort + >

from his own home state. Can't titled to a new "A" book, the board to secure prohibition or the nearest .. .. '

you just imagine 'the'thrill it gave will issue It through the mail. All ; thing to it they can force: through ; :1C
him? Then to be able to quenchhis Congress. N :: PHONE 39 =

parched throat with that de- Rationing is playing Into their A A

licious juice and brag on it to his the grove or in one of our great hands and gives them a good ex- = OUR REPRESENTATIVE :i:

buddy who, though, a Californian canning! or packing plants is doingas cuse, and no opportunity is missedto :: ':

had Somewhere to admit it in was mighty good. big and important a job toward use this excuse ,in their effort to WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU,"' ',' ::
someone winning the limit .
war as are those who the production and distribu-
carefully tended a bearing grove lend their talents to the building of tion of liquor of all types. ,.. ::::

then later came pickers who har- ships or planes or jeeps. 'We can remember the days of '

vested the fruit'which eventually Organization and enterprise can prohibition, when, moonshine whiskey ''. ,Jj::: }

found its way to one of our can- send 'arms ,and ammunition from made quick fortunes for bootleggers, or '
.neries. There workers prepared it most any state "b"ut life-giving, crooked politicians and dishonest :;: ; LET US ESTIMATE ON ,:{.,,. 1 :i::
i for shipment and finally it found its ; .;-
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health-producing ':
citrus juice can on- police officials. As a result we '
destination. ly come from Florida and one or claim we know what we want in the :: .. YOUR NEXT ORDER ", '.:_Ir i:
If the millions
of fighting men all two other points. Because of this way of liquor legislation and feel .:. \ .:.

over the world who have been receiving fact our responsibility is great and those at home should wait until we X .s.. :

our :products could all have every Floridian should take pridein return before. initiating further leg- J: '," .... I IT

their .say I know they would rise as the fact that Florida enjoys the islation on liquor control. The 0.

; one to bless each and every man, privilege of making so great a con- Stars and Stripes. !
woman and child here at home who
tribution to the war effort. I I IoW
is carrying. tilling the soil ...
pick- Don't
worry, Soldier. We are Kite strings made of glass are being ; I '

ing so that, hauling the boys, packing at the front and canning can en- keep backing those you canneries all the humming way. We'll and Force used fliers by to the send U. S.up Army box-kites Air :3;:! ;; ': THE CLEWISTON NEWS:. .: .:::

eoil.joy these products of our favored the fruit and juice you want and with radio antenna, when forced, .

need coming in a never ending down at sea. Glass yarn is used because ,

The man or woman who works on I stream. ''Florida won't let you down. .I of its strength and the fact x************,.1******* -x..x..x-x-( ooo( +ePAGE -<

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.. SEPTEMBER 17, 1943 .-- -
place of responsibility in the church, Clewiston in the same order in
I BirthsMr. .: . . . . . which written let-
"I can't do that, you had better get they were so the

some one else?" The Devil has' ter telling of Wilbur's "close call"

[ Personals j jJoe I' and Mrs.: Gideon H. Brown many ways to cheating you of the got -here before the- three which he

are parents of a baby boy, who arrived spiritual blessings which are right- With wrote each 'of the three days WUPU

Monday, September 13th, at fully yours. This is one of them., Wilbur was so ill. It was quite a<

the Clewiston Hospital. The baby Why not accept God's promises to 'relief to know that the "close call''

weighed 6 pounds 10 ounces and has you? Paul says, "I cant do all things. Our was from something that was safely
Garcia, and Bob Ahern spent I been I through Christ who strengtheneth Boys over, and not from some Jap raiding -,
< named Jack Leroy.
I' the week end in Miami. I I A son, who ,has been named Ed- me.". Your deficiency can be fully party that might be repeated::

Hospital met by God's sufficiency if you will each night.
ward Michael:: was born at the :
Mrs. G. B. Thomas were in the *
Mr. and
September' 14th, to claim His promises. Get joy out .nf -
Tuesday, .
Beach I I
business visitors in West Palm ', Mr. and -Mis. E. M. Peters. The your Christian life! Trust' God.- Hervey Bourne who has been tak-
Tuesday ing flight training in the U. S. Naval
10 Serve God.
also 6' pounds \
baby weighed
I The Ordinance of Baptism will be Service Air Station in Jacksonville, has been

Mrs. W. C. Nail accompanied by ounces.Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cain are parents administered at the evening ,service I !1r chosen with 19 others'.... the Station -

Mrs. S.; C. Stalls of Moore Haven nf a girl. who was born in the I Sunday. You are invited to worshipwith G to go to New York for a course
spent ],Monday in West Palm Beach. I p" in Flight Engineering given Pan
I Thursday. [ us at all the services of our by
_. local hospital yesterday,
church and join in strengthening the American. Hervey will be through
i Miss Marcia Avant and Miss Or- : The baby has been named Sandra 14 1I | spiritual, forces in our community.We ......:....:........:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;:; his training in Jacksonville next
7 pounds
Louise and weighed
villa Hoperich are spending i are going to reveal a great week, and will go directly to New-
Waldron who
ounces. :Mutt was recently
week at Fort Myers Beach. I York. was
Hervey quite disappointed -
Mr. and Mrs. O. ..J. Shelfer are mystery in our prayer service next advanced to Yoman, 2nd class, and
at 8 is at first to find that'he had to go
night It
Wednesday m.
Kenneth Rogersare parents of a baby boy, who was born p. who had put in an application for
Mr ,and Mrs. J. through nvaal training of much,
ought to know about.
this week in Eustis, I in the local hospital, September 1st, something you sea duty, had his wish granted re-
spending that he learned at Sparton Aeronau-
'- i and has been named James, Larry.A I:Let us advise you to read the Bookof cently, and after several months
Florida. .. tical College'in Oklahoma
son, Walter Thomas Eden, was I Ephesians before you come. It service in Miami and later in New,'

and Miss born August .30th to Mr. and Mrs will help you to understand this York, he is now at sea. His changeof enlisting. However, his Sparton,
,Miss Renee Wethington mystery. Many have gotten the training may' have been a help !in,
J. M. Eden.- address came to, us this week and
Leah Richaud are spending _winning the for
opportunity flight
A son, Daniel Richard, was bornon prayer meeting this summer. ,it's one of those in care of fleet
vacation on the Coast. engineer training which is the ful

Have been one of them? Thisis
August 25th to Mr. .and Mrs. W. you post office. '
S. a rich service, to attend, and you a I filment of Hervey's ambition.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., I Bishop. will really grow spiritually if you r _
have returned from 'a two weeks'visit I Launita George nas completedher
in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.Mr. BAPTIST YOUNG; PEOPLES attend. "I basic training as a WAVE at Last .Minute Rush _
I HOME The Auxiliaries of
PARTY HELD AT ROGERS Hunter College, New York, and now
On Drivers Licenses
will meet at the church at 3 p. ;m. I ;
and Mrs. John Lucaa and is Seaman 2I|c. She has been as-
1 All Juniors and Sunbeams i ito
are urged
Mrs. N, V. S. Mumford were visitors ,,' The weekly party given by the signed to the U. S. Naval Air Sta- ,

.' in. Forty Myers' Monday: i i i ladies of the Womans Missionary attend. ]1I tion at Jacksonville, and perhapswill There is every indication of a

: Society of the Baptist Church for |I be getting a long enough leaveto last minute rush on the part ot

Mr.' and'Mrs.. W. H. Lanier were L the young people, was held Friday' Book Reviews '' visit Clewiston. drivers in Hendry County to securethe .
(evening at the home of Mr.and Mrs. permit which driverof
business visitors in West PalmBeach new every
I, John D. Rogers. Mrs.W.. A. Montgomery a 'motor_.vehicle must possess by
Louis Burke, who has been stationed -
Saturday. New books in Clewiston Public Li- "
.. was in charge of the entertainment -
Oct. 1.According.
at Fort Benning, Ga., has been
:- DeaniKing
and the guests enjoyed brary-reviewed by Mrs. W.
to Sergeant the promotion to' a yesterday-
promoted report
Miss France,;Morgan teas returned the Treasure Hunt. Lucile Rogerswon I chairman:
after spending a vacation in first prize at the hunt. I becoming effective September< 9th, made by the county judge's offIce
Highlands North Carolina, and at Refreshments THE STORY OF DR. WASSELLBy after only 50 days as corporal. only 232 licenses have been sold at
to the guests were '
I James Hilton' Louis is stationed at the Prisonerof LaBelle and 66 in Clewiston, though
,Fort Myers I I served by Mrs. John Rogers and
Beach l War Camp at Fort Benning. He the Clewiston report was dated last-
Mrs.:. H. J. Roath. This Is a simple true story of a
Redelsheimerand and his wife (the former Elizabeth!! Thursday evening and more prob-
Mr. and Mrs.**', W. ,M. The party next Friday evening r Navy doctor from Arkansas, who Winn) and baby are hoping to come ably were sold over the week end:
guest; Mrs. Eudora Coleman, will be held ,at the home of Mrs.
to Clewiston time in there.
Clewis- I got his wounded men out of Java some October
Miami in
of spent a: few days H. J. Roath 'and'all peopleare
friends.Mr. young through the turmoil of the Japanese as he is asking'for leave then. The LaBelle report itemized shows
ton invited! to attend. invasion.. Not' a novel in the ordin- Louis sends 'his best regards to all 13 junior permits issued, 186

ary sense, it is a narrative based on Clewiston boys in service, and adds operators and 33 chauffeur. 'Clew-
and M. W. Bigg left the MOTHERS CJ.JUIEETIXG
.. Mrs. fact but told in fiction form, but the hope that they, too; can soon iston report itemized shows no junior
first of the 'week for New York HELD MONDAY EVENINGThe y
with no exaggeratiou-of the simple be home. I 58 operator and 8 chauffeur..
.: where they are spending their vacation heroism ''which won for its chief I The total number of licenses sold;
o' ." ,>' Mothers Club of the Com-
character a tribute from President A cablegram sans origine\to Betty last year in this county was '2,424'.
munity Sunday School met for its
Roosevelt. It deals with one episode Bell this week brought the happy'| County Judge R. M. Harris is.:

Joe Rae, Sylvia and Marilyn regular meeting Monday evening' at in the life of Dr. Corydon news that, Sandy Bell has arrived' urging' that all drivers purchase the-

'. Clark of .Sebring, have returned to the Community Center. I Wassell, fifty-eight, at' the time safely overseas. 'I new license as quickly as'possible

(I : their home after visiting their grand- Mrs. A, H.. Vann was in charge of Lieutenant Commander, U.S.N.R., to avoid 'the last day rush when

mother,' Mrs. Fred Topper, 'for a the program, and gave the de- and his understanding of the needs. Carrol Redish, who has been tak- many may be disappointed because,

:,. week. votionals. Mrs. Glen Brower and and moods of the handful of Amer-j''ing pre-flight training at Louisiana they will not be able to be served:
Mrs. J. W. Durden assisted on the ican sailors from the HOUSTONand State Normal College, will completehis No extra help will be provided to.take .

.' ., __. ; Mr. and' Mrs. Glen' Etherton and program, which was on the'topics the MARBLEHEAD by whomhe course there in about three care of a last minute rush; and*,

; daughter, Glenda Sue. accompanied of food; food, spoilage and nutrition.. stood in a Dutch inland hospital weeks, and will then be assigned to since ,no extension of time will be-

by Mrs. Harvey _Ethfrton of Moore Mrs. J. E. Taylor' and Mrs. H..R. when' the Japanese threatened Java, 'some nvaal air "station for "training. granted ,beyond.the Oct. 1 'd'eadlhie.,

Haven, were visitors Jn. Miami Tues, Brinton were hostesses and, served. and ,whom he got safely off the is- He and his family are keeping their according to State Road Patrolman

day.'f : refreshments _after the meeting. iland'. when the Japs invaded. I I fingers crossed, hoping it will be I P.. E. Hamrick, many motorists will

I Attending were Mrs. Glen' 'W.i The author's royalties will be j Opa-Locka. Carrol has the rating be without their permit and face-

.' Mr. and' Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw er Mrs. E. J. Casper, Mrs. J. given to the Navy Relief Society. of radioman first class, and receiv- possible arrest after that date.

have returned from a vacation, during -I Durden, Mrs., Foy Durrence:', Mrs.J. I ed that training at. Opa-Locka, Drivers licenses are on sale at
., Ezelle Mrs. Carl Johnson, SWEET BEULAH LAND office in the
which they ,visited St. Petersburg W. which is one reason he wants to be;! the county judge's
and other points on the West 'Mrs. W. N. Martin, Mrs. J. E. Taylor, By Bernice Kelly Harris I sent there. Another slight reason courthouse and at the Hub .Chevrolet -

: Mrs. W. D. Wylie and Mrs. A. H. Company at Clewiston.
Coast. for liking Opa-Locka is that it is
... Mrs. Harris' first novel, PURS I
-' LANE, presented a picture of the near Clewiston.,
;F Mrs." Jeanne Bailey, who operated ,. Cooperating in the nationwidebond
modern American South, as seen in I
"Jeanne's Home Cooking" last sea- BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGS selling campaign, the Neht
II 1 significant miniature from the view- Wilbur Goff, who has been with -
has decided not to this -- Bottling Corporation has authorized;
reopen I
point of a small Southern town. the fighting Sea-Bees in the Southwest -
i :: fall and moved this week to 'her Mrs.",A. W. Lawrence was hostess I local bottling companies to publisha
In her second novel PORTU- Pacific for close to
,a year, s
former home in Lakeport. Tuesday evening to members of her large and unusual War Bond' advertisement ;-
1 LACA, she deftly displayed the life' out of danger now, but he surely
-- bridge club. Mis. R. M. Hare, Jr., in local papers.
i of the small-to: vn bourgeoisie. had a close call," according to a
i Mr. and Mis. T. Buigner have won first prize and Mrs. R. C. \
letter received Mrs. R. R. Hooks
i returned to Chattanooga after Nowling second piize. Pie and iced Now, in this powerful novel, by

\ ::': spending some time in Clewiston. tea were served by Mrs. Lawrence SWEET BEULAH LAND, the basic::1 1 from her husband, who is in the
social elements of Mrs. Harris scene same outfit with Wilbur. It developed J.CO'USE
Mr. Burgner was here. on business'and to Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. George
I Mrs. Burgner joined him last Crow, Mrs. Nowling, Mrs. Hare, Mrs. converge upon each other, collide, that Wilbur's close call was
I from an,_ emergency appendectomy, 'I Counselor and Attorney at Law,
-' in fact. Alicia Donner is neither
week for a visit with friends. Foy Durrence, Mrs. J. E. Taylor, and
Mrs., C. McLendon.. purslane nor portt laca. Proud, and there were three days that it Hopkins Building
delicate, and cultured, she is a was nip and tuck with him, but he's
,.. Seaman and Mrs. James Winn of Wednesdays and Saturdays
graceful aristocratic. figure' as she well on the road to recovery n wand .
Key West arrived ;yesterday for a Mrs. Dave Alston entertained I 9:30"to 4:00
rejoice with him.Dick's ,
entertains in the worn old plantation 1
visit in Clewiston with his mother, members of Tier club Wednesday \
Mrs. A. H. King. James will return afternoon. Mrs. H. R. Hall won a house, attends the holiday partie letters did not arrive in I I

as' given by the dwindling circle 'ol ._----------------- ----------------
next week to his base at Key West, crystal cigarette set first prize and -------- ---

\ but Mrs, Winn and the baby will Mrs. Keathley Bowden a leather quasi-aristocrats and exceedingly of the town.'independent Unmarried .:.N:N,:N N:.:N:N:..:.:NN:N:M:N:..N:.:N N NNN:N:.:N:N:MN:N N:N:Ii IN:N:N:M:N:N N:N N:1N:N:NNN:N N:N:..,:.
remain for a 10000gervist.. memorandum and appointment bookas .
cut prize. The hostess served a I she runs the plantation with

/ : Bell-Wolff salad course. Playing' were Mrs.,I',the helP'of the plantation hands. CLEWISTON :_

"' ,, :-, R. M. Bishop, Mrs. Carl Johnson' There is also Archibald Hart- ::

< Mrs. W, 'H. Lanier, Mrs. G. B.J' cynical, domineering, ambitious -

, .' -. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell of Clewis '''I' Thomas, ,Mrs., Bowden, Mrs. Hall, who wants to marry Alicia-moie GOLF' CO.U 1!

ton announce the engagement of Mrs. Alston and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. truly. he would like to, acquire her j RSEf

their daughter, J I ___ ______ ___.__ to grace' his: home-but he also i .

\ Christine, CARD OF THANKSOn would like ,the acres which are in
.. P =., .:..
I ; t. hername.. I 1.=. oJ. __.\ 0 .:..
". <" "Lucian A. Wolff. this first opportunity I have One clay a vital, crystalizingi I: ..:=.. ':'-, : r ..i".

No date has been set for the hadto, be at home since the.death"of agent appears in the person of[ Z I :I .::a

J wedding. :I my wife, I wish to thank all of our Lan, a grave unlettered man of the

Miss Bell is a graduate of the I friends for their kindness to me and fields.. Lan's predicament touches Il i iy

.. :Clewiston High School and is employed -I! their expressions of sympathy,' made Alicia's heart, and she befriends him. The Number; of Golfers Is SteadilyIncreasing

in the office of the commis-: to me in various ways. These are Gradually she realizes she is in love .. .. ..
sary department of the sugar cor- all, greatly appreciated.Mack: with a man she cannot marry with- = '
I :=: :!:
poration. D. Royals. '
out unleashing concerted social _. ,,
Mr. Wolff is ,the local manager of hostility of her, little world. This .:. I .:.

,' the Inter County Telephone and I P.-T. A. MEETING TUESDAY, NIGHT situation, a highly personal one between :. ..:..:.:.:..:.:..:.:..:.:.:..:.:....:..:.. .i.
Telegraph Company. these two. causes reverberations .. .' ...

1- The Parent-Teacher Association I which enable Mrs. Harris to ::=: '-. :i:
: MRS. LARSEN HOSTESS ATHUSBAND'S J I is combining the annual Teacher's
I IS show completely the significant lit
I BIRTHDAY PARTY :! Reception with the first Parent- tle world which. she has chosen us :i: Good Greens ::

I I I Teacher meeting of the year, and her .. i ;.

... Mrs. Otto Larsen entertained with will hold the event next Tuesday canvas x ..

,, a bridge party at her home Satur- I I evening, September 21st, in the Rev. Dodge To Visit ,.==.. .............,.................,.................................., ..:;:..
: day school auditorium, beginning at 8:15 '
{ night, complimenting her hus- ; .:.
band, Otto Larsen, on his birthday. All patrons and friends of the school :.: .:.
Church Here
/ First .prize for ladies are cordially invited to attend. Sunday
was won by :;: ::
I There
Mrs. W. C. Owen and first for men 'Meet Your Own Friends


I : The hostess served sandwiches, C. Meatlor, Pastor The Rev. Richard D. Dodge of I I

I!'\ drinks, birthday cake and coffee. I Miami will conduct services at the I II I :: ::

'The guests included Mr.' and Mrs. "Man's deficiency -can vanish in Community Church here Sunday i! ; r :

I W. M. Redelsheimer and their God's sufficiency." morning. Rev. Dodge has visited .=.... .:.

guest, Mrs. Coleman, of Miami, Mr. I Sunday School-9:45:- a. m. the church on .several occasions cluing .:. i'v

I I and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Morning Worship.-11:00 a. m. the past few months since the '

I ; '. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. L. 'H. Nash, Mr.' Training Union-7:15 p. m. minister of the church, Rev John YEARLY MEMBERSHIP ::f

and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr. and Evening Worship-8:30 p. m. N. Montgomery, entered. military .. ..f.I

Mrs. W. E. Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. Did you :ever feel that you were service. :
t FEESxH :
r C. J. Lovvorn, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. incapable of doing the will of God? |

I I McLendon. and Dr. and Mrs. J.- W. Did you ever say to those who cameto I I .:.' . .. ... ... ... .. .. . ......................................:..................-..:..-".
I Ezelle. you to ask you to assume some IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?. .................................. : H : XK": :**,*. **.;: : :. : : : .
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Private Hargrove! I
SUNDAY Lesson gal5:

Marion Harcrrove"c j
: by '
n.v i c. a. By
Mo dyDBib
Of The' Institute of Chicago. egotists meet, l'te noticed its
THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marlon mental value than the top sergeant. Private Sher is the goldbricking (Released by Western Newspaper Union) an 1 for an I.

Hargrove, former feature editor of a The jokes about Army cooks being champion of Battery A and always When you worry, remember
North Carolina newspaper has been inducted shot at from both sides are not knows what to do in such an emer- this: Tomorrow you won't be ,
Lesson for wore
Into the army and has spent September 19
based upon fact. gency. rying this matter at all but
some time In- training! at Fort Bragg. ,However, friend cook has to greet We both draped expressions of fatigue about something else I
In his story he has given prospective Lesson subjects and Scripture texts scmlit I
Inductees considerable advice. Immediately the morn before the morn gets there. over our faces and the sergeant ? an d <> tented by International Stubbornness at least lessens the i
before Induction he advocates a On the days when he works, he has skidded to a halt before us. He rmfJslon. Rellloua Education: used by number of yes men.

period of "painting the town red." Once to get up between 3:00 and 3:30 reached into his hip pocket for the A of
gem thought is
In, the new soldier should "keep an open o'clock in order to prepare a sub- little black book and aimed a finger THE SIN OF MOSES AND AARON by a bad often impaired
mind" about what he learns because stantial breakfast for about two hun at both of us. setting.

"the first three weeks are hardest." dred healthy, growing boys whose "Bums!" he shouted. "Bums! I LESSON TEXT-Numbers 20113. 27. CO. Misfortune doesn't change a man-it
Private Hargrove has been missing the GOLDEN TEXT-Be only shows him up for what he is. {
appetites are exceeded only by the worked my fingers to the bone yes ye angry and sin
of of his essential trainingand not.-Ephesians 4:26. Art be
point some
as a result be has had considerableKP size of their mouths and the powerof terday morning getting this platoonto is usually may too long short at times, but it 1

duty. Some of his friends have been their lungs.Yesterday pretty up the barracks for inspec- Sin is a serious matter, and even ends meet.SLAVE. to make' both

advanced to Corporal and his Sergeanthas we started to school, tion. Comes inspection and two pri- though men in our day not call
asked why he was not promoted. with cookbooks and manuals and vates have dirty shoes lying it by its real name it is as much
loose-leaf notebooks for our home- sprawled all over the floor under here it
ae was in the days of Moses
work. The only way in which it their bunks! Private Hargrove and -and it is just as awfully sinful as TO PURGATIVES j
CHAPTER V differed from public schools was that MISTER Private Sher Report to ever.

the naughty boys didn't have to go Corporal Farmer in fatigue Sin is universal it
"Me?" The idea had never' occurred and sit with the girls. Also, the clothes." only the ; appears not FINDS FREEDOM' !
among people but also
to me. "I'm just not the executive dunce seat, instead of being in the We reported to Corporal Farmer, among their leaders. God's,

type, I suppose. Back at the corner of the classroom, was said to who looked at his list of jobs. "As with it is the dealing

News, the boss told me that if I be behind a large sack of potatoes in much as ,you don't deserve it," he privilege, on greater basis of "greater" Feels 20 Years Younger, He

stayed there sixty years, I'd never the battery kitchen. said, "you two goldbricks are in line No leader responsibility. Says!
especially in God's
get promoted. I'm just not the type cause,
for canteen
The only hope for an time in police. -
easy can expect special consideration of
that gets promoted. class was gone in this school. Mr Private Sher and I walked up his weakness. He must meet God I

"Let's look at the record," said There's no percentage in bringing a the battery street toward the can and answer for his sin.I. Everyone who has despaired of !,
the sergeant. He pulled his little teacher whX teen. ever finding normal regularity
red to
shiny apple a The Unbelief of the should
People (vv. read this
black notebook from his pocket. has the key to at least one well- "Is this canteen police business 1-5). letter:

"On the drill field Saturday morn- stocked pantry. good or bad?" I asked. It 'is well to bear in mind that Id"Six taken years many aeo so-called I was quIte'cures'Constipated., but It was

ing, you pulled forty-eight 'boners -ta "Oh, so-so," he said. "You haveto the people of Israel who were now the had same to be old story.It seemed that each dose

out of fifty marching commands. clean up the papers, and cigarette at Kadesh-Barnea, on'th'e borderland tried KELLOGG'S stronger than ALL-BRAN.the last. Then Soon I I

Everything you did was backwards. in the kitchen, they tell us, all butts around the post exchange first of Canaan, had been here once was 'regular' njrain.with: none of the old
the cleaning-up work is to be done &riplopain' I'm 50' but feel :younger
morning fell out for thing in the morning. Then you
"Friday you before-40 years before. Here they 20 years ngo when I was a victim of
reveille without your leggins. Satur- by the kaypees, so that' the cook come around and check up three 'or had rebelled'against God in unbelief common constipation.,"''Mr. A. Bousfield.
426 S. Villa Avenue.,Villa .
day you had your leggins but no may be doing more important four times during the day." because of the report of the spies Park'Ill.What's i

field hat. Monday morning neither things. This unfortunately, doesn't I stopped, aghast. "What do you' concerning the land. Because of the-1 secret of such reports \

of your'shoes was tied and, none of"A apply to the daily task of cleaning do between times?" their unwillingness to take God at results of? It's ALL-BRAN's wonderful :
The simply this: Lack of
the: stoves thoroughly. stoves,
"Just be inconspicious," said Sher. His word, they had been sent to certain cellulosic elements in the
here in books thecook's
it says are "That's all there is +o it. Please wander 40 years in the wilderness diet is a common cause of constipa
tools and he must do his own
pick up that candy Tapper o**? until complainers had died. Read tion. Scientists say KELLOGG'S

grinding.It there. My back aches.' that graphic 'and instructive storyin ALL-BRAN is a rich, natural
isn't worth the time to wait for source of these
-.,.r We cleaned up the grounds arouna'the Numbers 13 and 14. .
the stoves to comfortably cool help the colonic flora do their
... get post exchange and sat for a Now they were back at Kadesh- job
before the beautification -lightening and fluffing the
twilight accumulated -
while in the shade, watching bat- and a new generation shows that waste for
infernos.In easy, natural
of these
overgrown tery going through calisthenics.With the spirit of unbelief and distrust evacuation. ,ALL-BRAN is not a
order to avoid the rush at the
beautiful precision, the soldiers has a hold on humanity, and makesson purgative! Not roughage that
=:; heater, and to let the kaypees off swung their rifles up, down, to like father. acts by "sweepingyou out"! It's a

.3 early, start work now. the ,right, to the left. They went They had run short of water. The gentle-acting, "regulating" food!

The stoves must be cleaned inside through the quarter, half, and 'full spring which had served their fathers Eat ALL-BRAN regularly.

i and out-thoroughly. First, knee bends and, the shoulder exer- i on the previous visit to Kadesh Drink too plenty of water. See if you,
shake down the fire. All the live don't find the relief you've
cises and the rest of the routine. had run dry.II. dreamed of! Insist
on the genuine
coals must go into the ashpan under "Those boys seem to be improveing Tile Answer-God's Power ALL-BRAN! It is made only by
the That much is sim-
G grate. Mr. Sher," I said. (vv. 6-8). Kellogg's in Battle Creek
ple. Then remove the ashpan, red
Moses'and Aaron old
"Result of hard work said now men
coals and all. It must be dumped ,
but still God's chosen took
I leaders,
'Maury. "Personally, get awfully
into the ash can out on the garbage
tired watching this. We'll wear our- their sorrow to Him (v. 6). It was
This entire shouldbe
Q ack. procedure
selves out. Let's go over to 'my the right place to go, for power be-
simple, too, it says here. All kitchen and handshake for a bottle longeth unto the Lord (Ps., _62:11).
mess sergeant, according to you, have to, do is catch the front Instead
of milk." :- ot punishing. ,the_,people
military legend, is' a cook whose 'handle with a heavy glove and'catch "No," I protested. "We, must go 'for their unbelief, God'calls, upon
he"little hook in the with the'
brains have been baked out. rear to kitchen." His servant Moses to show them r
far end of lifter. Here my 1. I
your cap we
that He (God) is able. At a word
"To avoid a tiring argument, sug-
your shirt buttons were buttoned. go from Moses, the rock would bring For relief from the torture of simple
Tuesday morning it was without leg- Carry the ashpan well in front of gested Private Sher, "we will go to forth water before their Piles.PAZO ointment has been famousfor
both our kitchens. We can't be eyes. more than thirty years. Here's why:
gins again. you. Ain't it hot! When'you get to Is not that the perfect ,answer to First.PAZO ointment soothes inflamed
low-rated the mess thrown out of both of them. areas,relieves pain and itching.
"And then you the door simply open it:with the toe all man's questioning and lack of Second.
PAZO ointment lubricates
sergeant's recipe for creamed beefon of your shoe. Like this. Like- After successful forays on both faith-the revelation of the omnipotence dried parts-helps prevent cracking hardened.and
toast and told him his chow was doesn't seem to work. Try again. kitchens, Private Sher began to soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tendsto
the worst in the Army. And the that with boredom. "My dear Har- I of God? reduce swelling and check bleeding.
you Try pushing right screen so yawn But God's purpose is defeated (at Fourth it's easy to use. PAZO oint-
said you was going to start eatingin the left one will swing slightly' toward ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application -
least in a measure) by the simple, thorough. Your doctorcan
the next: battery. That hurt his you. Ready? Slightly push III. Unbelief of the Leaders (vv. tell you about PAZO ointment.
feelings so bad that he burned the the right screen. Something seemsto IIII 9-11). "
potatoes for the next three meals!" be' wrong; here. '
Instead of taking their place as
I promised to apologize to the During this time, you will become the servants and subordinates of
mess sergeant. The sergeant read increasingly aware that the glove
S God, Moses and Aaron claimed that
out of his notebook for five or, six over the ashpan handle is becoming they would provide water (v. 10).

minutes more, enumerating the hotter and hotter. Just as you get Instead of showing God's power by

things I had consistently done your toe into the door, the heat speaking to the rock, and His mercyin

wrong. penetrates the glove and you de- providing for the people they ut-
"Now do he asked
cide-very suddenly-that perhaps
tered rebuke and then by smit-
a ; ,
wearily, "why you don't get the red it's best to drop ,the whole matter.
the rock took to themselves the
ing ,
'stripes when they give them out?" Drop it slowly, carefully, tenderly- honor that really belonged to God.
"I suppose I'm just not the execu- if: you can. Do not drop it upon
Let us also note that if the pun
tive type, I, told him. the wooden floor. ,Look around, ifyou
ishment seems severe, we
!;a- think you-have time, and locatean broken-
had of
( 9 'recall that they type a.
A mess sergeant, according to mil- overturned boiler on which to set Christ. Christ was ,the Rock. He
it. Whew that hand's hot! No boiler
, itary legend, is a cook whose brains was to be smitten at Calvary, that
? Then it !
have been baked out. This does not drop anyway the water of life might flow forth.

apply to the mess sergeant in our You will find that dropping the -- But He died once for sin (I Cor.

battery, whose feelings are easily ashpan, even though you did it gently 10:4) and.is not to be smitten again.

'hurt by cruel remarks and who [ has released a small amount of "He's already seen us. Look tiredas We need now only speak to Him in

weeps tears into the mashed pota- floating ash, all of which will be if you'd already done your part! faith and receive life. i

toes when he's picked on. absorbed into your mouth and nose. of the work." In Exodus 17:5: 6, Moses smote I

All of us rising' student cooks are Patience, brother. See that the ash- the rock, presenting the first half

eligible to become mess sergeants, pan isn't lying where it will burn grove," he said, "we must stimulateour of the type foreshadowing the work

Staff Sergeant Adams told us in anything, such as a perfectly good minds. Let us adjourn to my of Christ; now he' was to speak to

our first cooking class yesterday wooden floor. Pour cold water on place for a game' of checkers." it, fulfilling the type, and in unbeliefhe

morning. Then we can sit out in the glove, wait for the resulting Private Sher's "place" was only one destroyed God's picture or type cf

the cool dining rooms and yell back steam to blow away, prop open the flight of stairs removed from my redemption. It was a grievous sin.

orders for the cooks to yell at door as you should have done in squadroom, so we adjourned. IV. The Answer-Judgment (vv.

,the student cooks to yell at the kay- the first place, and try, try again. After two games of checkers, Private 12, 13, 27, 28)).

pees. This time: you will almost reach Sher waved his arms. "This is Moses and Aaron were not to be

This is not the beautiful goldbricking I the garbage rack before the glove folderol," he said. "You are no permitted to enter the promisedland

life that it seems, though. The again gets hot. Slide, Kelly, slide! checker player, Hargrove. You haveno because of their failure. No

mess sergeant has to make requisi- You won't get there without dropping idea of tactics. Let us sit by doubt it was true that their depar-

tions and keep records on all the the whole pan into the clean the window and watch our comrades ture to be with the Lord was in a

rations, he has to make out the road, but at least you tried. drill. There is something stirringin sense "far better" for them; and

menus, see that the food is pre- Beat the pan against the ash can the sight of fine young men per. yet it cannot be denied that there .

pared properly and supervise the several times for sound effect. Return fectly executing a marching order." was ,disappointment in not seeingthe "Four"Dive Motor"BomLing"flies-are mosquitoes just two of

, work of the cooks the student cooks, to the kitchen, where the mess While we were sitting there being conclusion of their long and arduous the insect-enemies that wage war on

and the kaypees. Besides this, he sergeant, who was watching you stirred, another corporal disturbedus. labors. our soldiers on many battlefronts...

,must listen to all the gripes about through the window all the time, ,! He wanted us to go with him The lesson is clear. We may serve and two reasons why the army uses

his food and to the threadbare jokes will direct you to return and cleanit to; haul coal. God long and faithfully, but that is such vast quantities of FLIT and our

about cooks who get drunk from up. ; "Much as we would like to help not any excuse for "letting down" in other insecticides.For .

lemon and vanilla extract.All By the time you have finished you haul coal, my good man," said our closing years. We dare not these super-slayers kill many

this he must do, with his brains and look about you, the kaypees Maury, "we are now actively engaged presume, as though our intimate vicious down foreign household! pests just insects as tbeymoW' here

baked out. have finished their work and are in the work of policing up touch with God and place of leader et home!
The cook little sitting around gaping at as if ship us an "inside track," a
lucky rascal that you the post exchange. Feel free to call gave FLIT Grade AA. It far exceoda
he is, also leads an ideal life. He you were a steam shovel. A very, upon us at any other time." right to take it easy, spiritually or minimum requirements of Commercial I

is allowed to believe that he knows very black steam shovel. The corporal placed his hands on morally.Sin Standards CS 72-38 as issued

more about cooking then the mess Isn't gas a wonderful fuel? his hips and stared at us. "You're is always sin; and it is espe- by the National Bureauof

sergeant will ever know, althoughhe Private Sher and I were sittingout being punished," he asked, "with cially grievous in one who has the Standards. ._

is not supposed to tell the mess on the back steps to dodge the canteen duty?" privilege of high position and of Buya bottle-today! .

sergeant that he does. He worksone cleaning work going on inside when "There's no need to be vulgar," power with God.
day and sleeps the next two. God buried His workmen; but His
we saw the sergeant bearing downon said Sher. "If 'you will excuse us, rra V
,If the cook is not feeling cheerful, us from the other end of the bat it is time for us to go again to look work went on. For Aaron there was Y

he can pick on at least one student tery street. for cigarette butts around the post his son Eleazar (v. 28). For Moses

cook and at least five kaypees. Onthe' "It's no use scooting inside Har- exchange. Coming Mr. Hargrove?" there was a Joshua, "full of the
Deut. 34:9). It is
of wisdom" (
battlefield he is in the safest grove," said Sher. "He's alreadyseen "Coming, Mr. Sher. And a good spirit

position behind the lines, since the us. Look tired, as if you'dalready day to you, corporal!" always so. None of us is indispen i!

food is endowed with more senti done your part of the work." (TO BE CONTINUED) sable.

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When the linoleum is particu- When cutting a large onion with goodness of God. William. Boy's Choice Sh-h-h-h
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kerosene in the pail when washingit it, cut it so the remaining piece I like? started half an hour ago. Go in
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best if ironed when almost dry. mechanism and you will notice an nor a future. Thus they enjoy Doctor-So you are sick, my Lou-Excellent! And have you read

r. Press garments on the wrong side immediate ,easiness in the way it the present-which seldom hap- boy. And where do you feel the it yet?
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were exerting every effort to put an Saturday, Sept. 18, from 9:00 P.' M. late of Hendry County, Florida, OITAA.I'P D FOR
to the lIon. R. M.
end to the illegal employment of. TICKETS: Single, $1.50 Double $2.0O \ Hendry County Harris: and file County the Judgeof same '(Senate Hill Ne. 163)
children in Florida "which is one'j in his office in the' County Court-
house in Hendry County, Florida,' NOTICE IS HEREBY -
of the causes of the estimated drop GIVEN That
within eight calendar
Jesse D.
months from Thomas holder ,
In school enrollment this year from ), the date of the first publication here No. 154, issued the of 2nd Tax crtlficate -
students to ..Sugarland Auditorium of. Said claims or demands to contain September, A. day ot'
anticipated 402,000
'an the legal address of ,the'claim- in my office and has Omade same
only 390,000." CLEWISTOX ant and to be sworn to and presented for a tax deed to be issued thereon.;
explained that the State as aforesaid, or same win be barred. Said certificate ."
They See Section. 120 of the 1933 Probate described tybInatheeCountyi
laws, among other provisions, require Act. Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: of. .
employers hiring minors' to Dated September 14. A. D. 1943. ..
W11x of wiz of NWy of -
NEVi ,
have a certificate for each .child em- DOLISKA JUNIA TYSON, Sec. 27, Twp. 45 S., Rge. 29 E. f.

ployed. The certificates may be and As Executor Testament of of the George Last Willis Will The assessment of the said :

obtained from County School Superintendents Tyson 'Jr.. deceased. under: the said certificate issued property

by the minor who I You might as well 1943-First: publication on' September 16,I in Unless the name said of certificate R. L. Lowe. ( was

must be accompanied by a parent or Sept 17, 23, Oct. 1, 8. deemed according to law, the property

;guardian. I described therein, will be sold to the
highest bidder at the
: court house door
"The County Superintendent determines on the In the
"tWoM n.aay month of
that the ,employment- is not NOTICR OF TAX APl'I.DEEM)( A'I'IOX TOR October October, \94433.Wl"Ch Is the 4th day ol.'

contrary to law before issuing a II Senate Dated" this 3rd
( Hillo. 163) day of September,
1943.SEAL. -
certificate," they said. "Children Confess f ,-

under 14 may not leave school to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,. That ( ) WILLIAM T. HULL, ..;. .
work under any conditions, and 'j" A. L. Reese, holder of Tux Certificate Cleric of Circuit Court of ..
No. 251, issued
the 1st day of September Hendry Countv. Florida.
Children 14 to 16 obtain em- 'A. D. 1941 "
may has filed same in my Sept.. 3, 10, 17, 24.
l iloymentcertificates: only in cases .
Almost everyone likes a myscaptains of Industry, even the
(of urgent need. tery-almost everyone enjoys President' of the United States
"For work during out-of-school the thrilling excitement of all like their mysteries. In
tracking down a criminal with fact, millions o.f Americans
"hours or vacation periods-except an ace detective. But some are reading more mysteriesare
for agricultural or domestic work-. a little ashamed to' admit today than ever before. Why?
reading mysteries. Well Mainly because these fast-
-children' under 16 must have aspecial -you needn't be. paced, easy-reading storie
employment certificate. are _both relaxing and re
Maybe you didn't know that freshing. It is for them '- If YOU
"Their combined school and working many college professors, bank and for you-that. we are PUb
time cannot exceed eight hours 'a presidents, great scientists, lishing ,

"day. Ellery Queen's Mystery MagazineEdited I tant 6).. wy, c 3?i
"Minors over 16 are not compell-I: >3' 'y; .

ed to attend school by: law it.l I i t- J";" "i'a'a':_ _ _
', by Ellery Queen, Queen are to be found in
between 16 and 18 must have an age _
I famous detective-of the radio, But stories are selected on
certificate before being employed, the movies, and ,best-seller their merits, not on au thors" Buy : "
domestic books, it is devoted exclusivenames, Tough and suave, _____
in ,
*except in agriculture or ly to the best in detective casual and swift, comic and X
crime short-story literature. mingled with,
service. tragic they are War Band r
And we mean literature. The ,refreshing variety and stimulating -' f ;
Williams stated that six inspectors fact that a story owes its plot change Qf peace. Rare' < 4iiN.xynr
of the Workmen's Compensa- to crime and detection need gems, fit for the most critical .
not prevent its being well delightful to the most .yM1 .
tion Diyision of_hiss agency recently written. Short detective ficnaive.. You will find the new i: <'a{ rr.e. ( :

completed training in the enforce- tion that is well written is magazine well printedsharpnot
too readily' aval able. But and clear, kind to the. eyes.
ment of the Child Labor Law and we, are finding them-in You will find the size-same
JQOW were stationed throughout the books, in magazines, in the as The' Reader's Digest-convenient
files of famous authors-and to hold, to, handle, to
.. Estate. by arrangement with other slip into your pocket. You
publishers as well as with au- will find the cover as pleas- '
The chairman' added that the Industrial thors, ,we reprint in- the flp-r ing to look at as a book II'INSURED
Commission," which was proved Reader's Dlge-st manjacket.. And you will find the
ner the best- detective fiction contents the most satisfyingquarter's
.given the task of administering the to be procured.; ,-, worth of good' entertainment
law by the past 'session of the legislature Such masters: as Dashiell you have found ,
Hammett Agatha Christie, in many a day. On sale at all
: administer -
would vigorously Stuart Palmer and Ellery good'newsstands25c a copy.
'and intelligently. "However,"
::he stated, "the law: is broad enough'to Special lOc, Offer To Readers Of ,] n':4 :+ ::}: {ti K 'YLY orM
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Superintendent English urged we want you to know detective stories new and old .- ---., '!!"!'" ---,.- ,---..
parents to make every effort to see Ellery Queen's Mystery Maga60,000 words of thrilling
zine we will send you a copy mysteries-for only lOc, the
:that their children attend school.
of this anthology of the best cost of postage and handling. War Bonds &
'"'If children quit school to work, .. I Buy Stamps
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Here's 'my lOc for which please send. :,nie a copy of Ellery
the seriousness of the problem "*. .
Ijy pointing out that approximately Queen's Mystery ,Magazine. : I ,

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