The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1944
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:01006
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Close One MonthParker Dies In Miami HospitalRobert

ADVANCES STEP H. Mills, 37, a brother of I
Wilson, manager of '
E. C. Mills of Clewiston, died Tues-
': druggist at Alston's Drug Store, announces CLEWISTON ROADThe day at noon at Jackson Memorial GREAT ADVENTUREThe

TOWARD FIRSTCLASSPostmaster this week that the store Hospital in Miami following an extended -I

' -I' will close on August 9 for a periodof illness. Mr. and Mrs. Mills I

bias a month during which time Mr. board of county commissionere were called to Miami Monday after- following account of the experiences -
A. 'w. here this '
at a meeting in LaBelle Satur- noon when his condition became of Lt. William Girardeauof
-r. short from Miami Wilson will, receive medical treat- '
week on a leaje critical and with shim
day morning adopted a resolution were at his 'Jacksonville who was shot down
t1;,::: : where he Is based 10JI the Army, ment at Johns Hopkins Hospital in petitioning the State Road Depart- death. over enemy territory and finally

k:;: :' reports that the office cleared Baltimore.The ment to pave three miles of Road Funeral services were held Thurs- rejoined his outfit in Italy will be of

{:::.:, '.. one more hurdle |n its advance management urges every- 279 from the highway to the sugar day afternoon at the Fort Denaud considerable interest to friends he

.!".,." >.. toward a first-class office by being one who needs perscriptions filled house, through Hooker's Point to cemetery with a Baptist minister. made here while working for the
} ; given a higher seco d-class rating connect with Road 25.' from Miami conducting the services. United States Sugar Corporation before
!;t. at the beginning of he new fiscal regularly to have them filled, and Many friends ,
; ." The resolution set out that this of the family from entering the service The
: ; 1. Thi is the fourth sufficient supply to last, be-
year on July get a Clewiston attended the services.
short stretch of road now carriesa story, taken from the Jacksonville
:,:." step upward in the even-step sec- the date of closing since there Funeral
i fore very heavy traffic of workers arrangements were by Glass Times-Union, Is as. follows:
:. ond-class gradings. will be no, perscription service during -:; from Hooker's Point to the starch Funeral Home of Miami. Lieut William Girardeau, former

Comparative figur announcedths this time. mill project, the sugar house and' the Surviving relatives include his Jacksonville Army Air Forces Navi-
V for the first six mo of 1944corresponding feed plant and that this traffic widow and one son, his mother, Mrs.T. gator who' was reported earlier as
with those for the While the store is. closed it is might be expected to Increase con- H. Mills of Marco; three ,sisters, missing in action, since has workedhis

;I period in;,'1943 show at there was planned to completely redecorateand siderably after the starch plant Is Mrs. R. H. Mills of Lake Worth, way back from enemy territoryto

1 .I a forty-five 'per increase in renovate the interior of the in operation.. Mrs. Claude Albury of Marco and rejoin his unit in Italy, it 'was

';. gross receipts. stamp sales. store and it is promised that when Road 279 is approximately four Mrs. Clifton Scott of Miami; five learned here from his aunt, Mrs. II

':'. The figures were for the it ; in September it will be miles in length, the first' mile along brothers, L. B. Mills of Miami, ,J. D. I Hardy Croom, 1729 Memorial Park I
p r". six month period Cft i 1944 against reopens Pacific Avenue having been paved Mills of Crossett, Ark., Albert Millsof II Drive.In .
$10,233.00 in one of the most up-to'-date drugstores Florida pity, David Mills of the letter '
several years ago to the sugar house. a to his father, Lieu- \
period in 1943. in the Lake area!.'. The remaining three miles from the Army Air Forces in foreign service tenant Girardeau credits his life

r. The number and :vilue of money -1-- Barracks through Hooker's Point and Eugene C. Mills of Clewiston. "to the mercy of God and pure i

orders issued has alp increased inn Legion CommitteesAre I was' built of marl and this piece has good luck," adding that the day I

almost the same oportion with t deteriorated rapidly under heavy Local Rains Are before he was shot down, "I attended -
14,069 being!, sold fcp a total value Named By New traffic. I church services held by the

of $212,566 and $20 3 in fees from Conkling J. O. Davidson, chairman of the i Causing ,Slight Chaplain in our briefing room and

January 1 this ye r, to June 30 Commander county board, and _Asa Townsend, received the Holy Communion for
L "
against $12,315 dt ing the same 1.-1 board member, took a copy of the Lake Level RaiseThe the first time since leaving the

'. ,:1 ', period last year wib. a total value The fol of Clewis- resolution passed to Gainesville states."

r : of $158,840 and fee of 1275. ton American Legion .Post: No. 93 Monday and presented it at a meeting water level in Lake Okee- Explaining that due to censor

r In the postal sav gs department have been named by ommander of the state. road departmentboard. chobee which dropped to a dangerous ship he was unable to reveal de-

there were 533 depositors\ as of I Frank Conkling as mem ers of the They were asked'to leave minimum of 13.62 oil July 11 tails of his experiences in enemy:
, it.,... July 1, this 'year wth. 'a total of several standing' committees for the the resolution there and, told thatit has started a gradual upswing occupied territory, 'he proceeded to

$164,541 on deposit" ainst 462 de current year: j would be taken up for consideration through rains which have 'occurred describe his descent from his dam- '.1

positors at the same time last year Americanization: James M. Couse, at the proper time. They left during'the past two or three weeksin aged bomber, "Jliss-B-Having Min ,

with deposits of $108 71. chairman; Dr. B.:,A. Bourne, C. H. he meeting feeling that favorable the lake area. At the end of last nie." ; ,,ti. ,

irk- There is no bette indication' of Berner, G. M. Ford, R. N. Miller. action would be taken. week the level. was recorded at "We had already dropped our .
the condition and gro th ,of a com Civic Affairs: F. Deane Duff, 13.69.It bombs on a target in Austria and .
: munlty than is"-show by increase chairman' ; E. M. Corn tte, R. M. is pointed out, however, by were lucky enough to ,come through ..,"..., !.;..K;

in post-office busin The in- I Bishop, J, W. Moran and Charles BLOWLING TOURNEY engineers that there is little hope of I the flak without any injury. tVe :r/" )
.9.'f. crease so far this year ver last year Bolton. t any substantial raise in the lake : were soon attacked by a large amber -

f.:. .:::,: has been little short? If sensational House and Finance:' "V. C. Owen, level until heavy rains begin to fall of Mel09's!) and it ,',wasn't 'long J

f. and the growth ,has een, steadily chairman; N. V. 'S. Mun ford, J. F. IS UNDERWAYVITH in the Kissimmee River and Fish- before it was obvious that .: we 1

).;: upward for the past ,sareral years. lorrison, C. V.: Parkinso:1and O. A. eating Creek valleys since these are would have. to abandon the ship.
:' ., Although the local st-office has the principal inlets to the lake. Unusually "When the alarm bell was'' rung.
,. .' '. been badly handicappp at times Jones. G.I'I NINE FULL TEAMS dry weather through the and the order given to bail' out, 4
.I.t .;:;:{:;llI OUgh a sliortagfeW. 'c rks and the I Membership. and Atte dance: '
: :. '; hairman central Florida area has done more I snapped on my 'chute, pulled the
I Ocil Jack-
B. Thomas. :
; Postmaster ;
V .t.. .; :Itry of as into the to reduce the lake level than the emergency escape hatch open and '
\' 1 man, Frank' Woods, J. ;[. Rogers '
:. service, work has, keen carried : / The 1944 summer bowling tournament dry weather' in the lake section. jumped. As soon 'as I left the ship
/.,.. ', '.' on most,l"eft'.-'E'nt1r b Mrs. Sias, and Joe VanDe Velde.: '\
: at the Sugarland Park alleys 'More. than..two inches of rain has the wind 'rolled! >,nie over a few '
: jI. AW, j,' .VI ; 1 'tb.ejii.corp'. ,..' j Ber\\E 't-',... rQft'wiTl'be.'''-. o/ ants"\ ::f.oI. :': 'noted that, only one La- nine teams participating, all, being :week the heaviest"fall being last undignified position .and all ,sense ,
-- ...- ; < ,Bel.le. member has been named on employees of the' U. S. Sugar Corporation Monday when' 1.31 inches was recorded of falling disappeared. ,

New Trucks, Parts these committees. This is due to with the exception of the at Townsite. On Saturday "I looked down ,at the ground

.. 'the' fact that the LaBelle members team composed of guards from the .63 inches was recorded and .16 on and could 'see fields and houses 4

And Tires Harder are affiliating with the new post Prisoner of War camp. Wednesday. The highest tempera. way below me, then ,I looked back

t.; To 'Obtain which holds its organization mee'ting All teams have not as yet met to ture was on Monday just before the and could see poor 'Minnie' nosing ;.

,. there on August 1. Many; members select their captains but this will be rain when 96 degrees 'was record farther down'and a few more chutes
:. ] of the local post plan. to attend done before all teams have been ed. leAve her. I was the first man out

Operators of commercial motor this meeting.. matched. Starting time of tourna- About three-quarters of an inch I found out later. I looked back

Tehicles were warned by the Tampa ment play will be at 8:00 and if of rain will be needed 'during the down at the ground and watched the {

'." 'District Office of Defense Transportation Sharpe Reports play, does not start until five minutes" next four days to bring the month's fields grow larger. After a few ;
yesterday that 'the manner in after eight the first game will be i. rainfall to normal. A deficiency I more seconds, that seemed like min-

which they operate and maintain equipment Secured forfeited. If mot started by 8:15 of .96 inches was ,noted Tuesday with utes, I decided those fields were big
their vehicles ,In conformity with the full match will 'be forfeited. / a total deficiency since January 1 I enough and pulled the rip cord. A
good maintenance practices may bea During Past Month Customary ru es at the alley re- of 10.154 inches.: stream of white shot out in front of ,.
factor in determining whether or I garding fowls tc. will be adhered rainfall me and then I received a hard but
Despite the fact that
I ,not they are entitled to new equip- M. II. Sharpe. vocational agri- to in tourname t play. been light in this area it has been satisfying jerk. There I was, hanging -

ment. culture teacher in the Clewiston The team ro ters are as follows: : much heavier on the west than on in space with a' huge'- canopy' of
to evidence Mill Laboratory-Sullivan, 'Holou- white over my head.
There, continues be school, Thursday reported to the the east side of the lake. The sugar
.:.. that many motor trucks and motor county school board the acquisitionof beck, Bludreaur', Doty DeValcourt, corporation's eastern division reports "We bailed out at 13,000: feet andI
-." '. truck tires are being abused and almost seven hundred dollars O'Brien and Moone. Mill Whites very dry conditions and little estimate my chute opened at .. J

(! prematurely worn out by some truck worth of equipment and tools during Trice, P. Thielen, Westberry, Thomas rain during the past few weeks. about 5,000, which means I made a 1
rck d, operators even,, though the great the past month as j part of his sum- Riley, Barton :and Lutes. Mill --. (Continued on Page '4) I

" majority of the operators are doinga mer activity. 'I i Reds-Daigle, Muller, Anderson, C. ..; .
very good job in conserving their The greater part;; of this was can- Anderson, Elder Harris and Hodges.: Toulis To Build Roy M. WaldronAwarded '"

" equipment, Ed Rowland, ODT District ning equipment which will be placedin Mill Blues-Reid, :McCorkle, A. J. New RestaurantOn
r Manager at Tampa, said. the canning dpeartment of the Thielen, Wheelisl; Poole Topper and Purple Heart }

l With the new streamlined proce- proposed mew school when it is com- Newman., P. Mi, S. Reds-Wiley, Pacific AvenueMr.

; dure for allocating trucks by the pleted and' includes a power meat Curtner, Kruger,I.Gericke, Brantley, Sergeant Roy M. Waldron of ,
r ODT district offices, each of which !, can sealers J. T., Walton and Peers. P. M. S.
grinder two ,
power Field
and Mrs. A. Toulis, who have Clewiston, a member of a :-
has a maintenance specialist on its No. 2 and two No. 3 Whites-Montgomery, W. R. Brant- = '
two pressure with the
Cafe, in the Artillery Battalion serving
I :staff, the ODT is considering an inspection cookers and one home dehydrator ey, Bowden, Olden, Benbow, McIntyre operated the Clewiston
1 building south of the Sugar Office Fifth Army in Italy, was recently
condition of old Harris." Office Reds
of the i and J. for
kit. ,\ for the several and announce awarded the Purple Heart "
trucks which are to be replaced with Vorhees, Swayne, Yoder, Parker, past years '
"' In the line of shOP equipment an the closing of this restauranton wounds received due to enemy action
new trucks! in order to determineif Jr., Rosenberg, Thompson and Lov- -f.
acetylene generator, an acetylene of the purchaseof '
July 31 because
I the past maintenance work has vorn. Office Whites-Woodward, I ,
generator truck and a half-ton chain the' Palm Beach Washington
that building by Son of Mr. and Mrs. .
been ample. Operators must con- McLeod, Driggers, Hare, Sikes,
hoist are listed. Inc., plan to No. 1 Clewiston ii
Liquor Distributors, A. Waldron of Route ,
, trucks he McLendon. Army-
! serve present em- Thomas and .
As miscellaneous replacementtools erect new building as soon as Sgt. Waldron has been in the
" '
phasized, and operators who do not Capt. Arnold, Lt. Fields, Malone,
\ he lists hammers, rulers, drill possible and continue the operationof Army two years and two months. :
do so should not be granted new Fortuna, Nash, Petrina, Fountain, :
i, vehicles. bits, pliers and other similar itemsto Gross, Major, Bassett and Davis. their restaurant.The Before entering the military service ,
the value of $28.00, making a
building site is two lots in he was a commissary managerfor .
f Many items can be used as criteria total expenditure for these items of Clewiston.
Highwayand U. S. Sugar Corp.,
Block 453 Sugarland
on :
r In judging the quality of main- 69610. I New Drivers' Licenses :
Pacific just west of
tenance on an old vehicle, he pointed -
Received Monday By the Gulf Service Station. A con- AIR SCOUTS ':
out. An operator who has very
Girl Scouts Will crete block building is expected to tl'

poor results to be with a serious tires offender can be assumed insofar -- Entertain LaBelle County Judge HarrisThe be started very shortly to house the i HOLD MEETINGThe .. ;

new Clewiston Cafe.
\ as overloads and speeds are M
concerned. Evidence of insufficient Scouts Here TodayThe new 1944-45 drivers' licenses ---- Air Patrol of Troop 23 held

and irregular lubrication to be ob- were received Monday by County Palm Beach Man its regular meeting Tuesday even '',{

served directly on the old vehicle'. Clewiston Girl Scouts will Judge R. M. Harris. All are of the ing at the home of Danny Martin.

. (Continued on Page 10)) entertain the LaBelle Girl Scouts same color, pink.. To Preach Here 'The meeting, under the direction of
I M. S. Wright, Squadron Leader, .1
licenses are on
here today and over tonight. While the new ofa
t1' AT not sale until John I. Leonard: Superintendent was taken up with a discussion
LOCAL BOY Among the things planned for today hand they do go on trip to
and a
for the patrol J
weather permitting, is a boat August 15, and motorists have until of Public Instruction for Palm name
! of ice cream
P STATE CAMP ride on the lake, a soft ball gamein October 1, which is the deadline Beach County, will deliver the reg- Arcadia. Refreshments

'f k t --- the afternoon and a dance tonight to purchase the new permit. After ular Sunday sermon at the Clewis- and cake were served. were FrankConkling :f'

,'/ Dean Holland of Clewiston and The girls also plan to camp that date the license now in use by ton Community Church, accordingto Attending Charles the meeting Benbow, Raymond .'1\
W. N. ,
overnight on the ridge but if weather operators, junior operators and an announcement made by .
.. Roger Lee Norton of Lakeport left Trice, Stanley Wright Danny Martin 1
invalid Martin chairman of the Pulpit Sup-
a become ,
O'Lena Lake and mosquitoes prevent this theyplan chauffeurs will '
. Sunday for Camp near Toulis and George De-
i Billy
local church.
said the cost will ply Committee of -the 'i
'f. City where they will attend a two to make their camp on the floorat Judge Harris
heretofore; for Mr. Leonard will speak in the absence Vane. >l ,,'
$1 l
.l weeks' conducted by the State the recreation center. be the same as,
X Forestry camp Service. Following this '\' operator, .50 for'junlqr" : operator, of Rev. David C. Hancock, The purchase of Bonds is stillw. ,.1

':, the boys will attend the state FFA If you haven't already: bought $1.50, for chauffeur and. $1.50 for wlio left Monday on his summer va requested by jour Uncle Sam.
t' Convention. '' your "E" bonds, do so
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Midwest i 'Nationalist' View 4e Tibetans Worship Huge ;

'. SdYU Images of Gods in Butter .

Result of 'Honest Doubt'Isolationism UND .fr One of the strange- and fascinating -. Jl-,

customs of that still unknown' *
A ONI and mysterious land of Tibet be- 'r

yond the Himalayas is the Butter
Is "Head in iWNU Serer festival.At .
in Prairie States Not
Washington D. C. The New York and this festival there are erected

Sand" Viewpoint; Stems From Fearof ORLEMANSKILANGETALKS Hollywood Scene: 10foothighimages of the gods,

Entanglements.By WITH STALIN Faces marvelously modeled-in, butter.
A5x Glammerville: Al It
is made from
Two of the most important diplomatic Jolson the milk of yaks
spellbinding a squad of U. S. and supplied
reports ,of the war have been Marines at the Beverly Hills Hotel All the by the worshippers. '_

BAUKHAGE received at the White House recently pool .. Bette Davis and Sec'y statues are illuminated
by thousands
News Analyst and Commentator. not from any trained diplomats, Morgenthau thrilling the uniformedmen which of butter lamps,

but from two private American cit at the Hallywood'Canteen slowly but surely melt the .
Trust Building, presidential nomination-was reallya of Dinah butter so that, by the end of' the '
(iVNU Service, Union the izens-Father Orlemanski Spring- Short thrushing nine ditties'for f'
Washington, D. C. part of the first, made in field, Mass., and Prof. Oscar Lange, them Bonita Granville festival, they: have 'become ,just .
lazi- hope that Bricker's middlewestern Polish-American leader and a teacher showing meaningless masses of fat. When
the White House Joe Wade the cine-
The flag over flavor -
ly embraces its staff; squirrels and atmosphere and Dewey's mixture eastern pala- at the University of Chicago, both, magicians. He's all mended from everything thrown ,is over;, the butter is I'
the could produce a of whom had interviews with Stalin. that New away for the birds to
starlings loaf on the wide lawn; Guinea crackup Ella feed on. ,
table to all.
east gate is still locked but the pac- convention I set out to Although less widely publicized Logan's real tears as she micro- ,
After the
ing sentry is gone and only the so-called midwest iso- than Father Orlemanski's interview, phoned "That Old Feeling" to the -
look into '
friendly White House police and secret when I first heard that Professor Lange had a long separatetalk China-Burma-India sector via the
lationism for
service men guard the western don't want to be iso- with Marshal Stalin and, per- Mail Call program, which isn't

portal and scrutinize'the credentialsof phrase "they didn't quite know whatit haps because he was not circum- heard by the public here MHXSANA
lationist" I
visitors, most of whom they know. meant. Later I think I found out.I -scribed by church superiors, his report Veronica Lake, tiny as, a doll, floating JOOTHIHG MEDICATED POWDER S

There is "no admittance except on spent the evening in a private on the whole, has been the to the rhythms of Emil Coleman's :Sprinkle heat rash Irritated skin

business but these days, as the home of two middle-class middle' more penetrating and helpful. and Phil Ohman's crews at Vith Me>aana. Cools burn. ,(. 8
delegates to the Democratic national retired engineer and New conclusion drawn from the the Mocambo Lovely Mari- 1 Soothes.Save most In big sizes.Use J
convention meet in Chicago, much of westerners, a Lange-Orlemanski reports is that anne O'Brien of the Warners' factory -
college-bred prairiefarmgirl.
the "business" here, as elsewhere, his wife, a Polish-Russian relations, one of the surrounded by Marines in the

is most troublesome problems of the Clover Club Miriam Hopkinsat I
host first showed me the prog- .
Some things of political significance My of war, are on the eve of a wholesome La Rue with her constant com- for Toppieces
of his Victory garden, one
have happened since the Re- ress the wide rapprochement, probably. beginning panion, who never was itemed as Derby hits are being used as j
publicans chose their candidates in many that crept up over suburban about'now.. her favorite male. He's a Greek "incentive pay" to get Panama 1

:the sweltering heat of the Chicago lawns of the with comfortable its corn and beans, It was shortly after the receipt of biggie Bob Hope and his John-' natives to bring in raw rubber,

Stadium, now warming the blood of community, I said the Lange-Orlemanski reports that ny Weismuller hair-do. "No Derbies art their favorite barter ,
and parsnips (ummm, "
cracks, he with threaten- items.
their opponents.By President Roosevelt began a seriesof warns a
this time it is clear that the fried parsnips, we can't get themin three conferences with Polish ing finger, "I'm doing a pirate pic
Washington). ;
Democratic meeting, always a more We stopped: in next door where Premier Mikolajczyk Washington, ture.
spirited affair than the Republican works in the results of which exceeded ex HEARTBURN
who a
lady (
the neighbor
Marshal Rommel (according to .
serious undertone, pectations.If -
conclave, has a war industry) 'was just preparing a Britishers Relieved in 5 rtnutes or double money back ,
who made their
even though "the Democrats love a Polish-Russian relations can escape When excess stoiach acid '
dinnerI causes painful saffocat-
of currant jelly. /
back to our lines) has of ing g&!'.soar stomth heartburn,doctors
be a sense
Donnybrook, as one of them just settled amicably, one of the j proscribe the Dually ,
) fastst-actum '
about to medicines known '
( was just say supper for ;
reminded worst obstacles to postwar humor, he thinks : He made symptomatic relief-medicines like those I n Bell-ami "'
there were thick, luscious pork several Tablets. No axatfe. Bcll-ena brings comfort Sn a ,
will removed. Po- ;British officers attend his jiffy: or Arable you
There is one outstanding reason peace be money back on return of bottle '
chops and apple sauce and tiny to us.26c at all drgatsts.A .
frequent lectures which he
for the need of some very careful fresh land, for a hundred years par- during ,'1
onions from the garden, ,
green .affected, a 'pose that the Battle of
planning on the part of the admin- tially governed by Russia, hasa
crisp and sweet. I was,. of course Africa
though of the was a sporting event. He
deep-rooted suspicion
istration supporters even
"back home in Illinois" and felt it
they feel confident that the countrywill since I left. Soviet, while the Russians, hav- would give these prisoners a testimonial -. .Dab x
not "swap horses in the middleof was only yesterday ing borne the main brunt of the dinner with all'the pomp he .a
On the porch, under the blossom- could
muster the desert.
on Big en-
a stream. European war on land, naturally -
ing catalpas, I did as much listen- trances, place cards introductions keepsPo:5ay '
feel '
entitled to '
they areas (
One veteran politician, ;
too agile tongue would per- '
ing as salutes
: my from and so on. And then,
anti-administration but too long a forcibly wrested'away -f
mit. We started talking interna- while the German staff dined on excellent : ,
in the. to let his them after the last war. :
laborer vineyard of _
tional affairs. I heard plenty cuisine, the British prisonerswere a ,
emotions run away with his hard references to Swing and Lippmanand DISCUSSES served CUnderor ''
a meal consisting of Perspiration_ Odor) f'
sense, said to me: "This time the and the Atlantic monthly POLISH BOUNDARIES A'Rll .
Harpers their
have ticket that the In their separate interviews with ovn K-rations captured with I..... ,.....1./111. \ ,,;:
Republicans a but the whole conversation ? ; .
across them. |Rommel also delighted in .::fZ.*<:; ;fS Zi'? ,
people who don't want Rooseveltcan the that blows Stalin, the two Polish-Americans, ;::% I felt bitter wind :'
pointing out their and : ',
errors why : :
vote for." That seems faint from the Tribune tower-I know of Father Orlemanski and Professor :$'Y', :, .? -ffj_.,p
they were captives. He asked "
praise but it was not meant to be no in the country whichthe Lange, heard the reassuring words o _d '1 / .. :t"f'
newspaper by 'a corespondent: "To what do li ti iT
damning.Of profession (feet up, after "30") from the strong man of Russia that you crelit your success? How will

course, you don't have to be a criticizes as sharply, including its his government wants a "strong, in- the enemy ever beat you?" ": ?
dependent Poland after the
cynic to admit that the vote which own alumni, but there is no ques- war-a With agleam In his monocled 'eye
usually wins a presidential electionis tion that the Chicago Tribune is as Poland which will be strong both Romme| replied: "The German YOFJQll9 L

a vote'against the man or thet much a part of the prairie state as internally and externally, but which Army is great' because "of its 'greatorganization. S

party in power. The preponderance the wind that ripples its broad green Soviet will be Union.favorably" disposed to the l I know exactly whenI DE.D0RAl1TCRERIR( "
of that vote is motivated by the fields of corn. will enter ;'a*";' 1.One-' month "" "
idea that in Stalin went even further and said have' -=Isn't-jwtff or sticky! Soft- it .
good old American gov- ahead I know,what suite I will .
An Honest Doubt that he was ready to help create a spreads like face cream ,u l ,
ernment, variety is the spice of the in which':hotel. If, however, some I' >
nation's life.' Since Hitler started on Of International SetUpI new Polish army.. day, I march into a place and go, to -is actually soothing! Use rigit
( shaving-will Vhaslightpleasantscent.No
"I am ready to build an for not
the rampage a purely artificial situ- army my suite and fl 1d'another, German
ation has'existed which tended to am not citing this family, normal Poland, equip it fully and arm it general-then I will know weare sickly

nullify that natural trend. And the Republicans, for their economic with the best guns the Soviet Unioncan licked!" smell to cling to fingers or clothing
views but to show what Midwest' make -will not spoil delicate fabrics.
one, big imponderable in the coming he told Professor Lange."I \
election is the relative weight of isolationism is: namely, an honest will do this for at least 1,000,000men. The ''Oklahoma" cast is reported ] Yet tests in the tropics-made by nursta

those two ancient slogans "throw doubt that any strong international ." doing so much ad libbing that "theyare I -prove that Yodora protects under tr ,
the rascals out" and "don't organization which in any way"com Stalin also discussed the questionof spoiling the show." Guild ex- ing conditions.In tubes, Ian,JOe,25c,60t
swap" mits" the United States to act in Poland's future boundaries and McKesson&Robbins,Inc,Bridgeport,Cono., \
horses while crossing a stream. ecs shrug and say: "Look at' the
the foreign field in close cooperationwith revealed that theyhad, already been \
Because the Republican leaders box office" The New York Post
either Great Britain (who discussed in some detail at Teheran.In .
Office has broken' all records in the
realized this tried subordi-
they to they fear "leads us by the nose") doing so, he let drop a important it GET PAIN'With
very district. To ,date this year has
nate all other efforts to the end of
Russia whom the RHEUMATIC'
the of or they regard as point that, at Teheran,. done business totaling 103 millions AFTER
minimizing importance
any- "heathen Chinee" of Bret Hart
thing which administration stands Roosevelt and he had agreed to The book now on FDR's bed- a Medlcloi that will Provo Itself

for, which affects the war and inter- noted for "ways that are dark"- the breakup of Germany after the, side table is "Rendezvous with Des- If you suffer from rheumatic painor
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mony was achieved as it was not "head-in-the-sand" it is Caution: Use only as directed. First
viewpoint, Stalin said: "and should also
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vention and
,forces why fiercely con- doubt. And if the intellectuals man territory, up to the Oder river, has appeared on it yet .
flicting were silenced behind feel that consider how those "
' way including Stettin.
Hepburn's newest interest, they say,
closed doors the .
leaving delegates who don't get the "other side" feel, NOTE-This would give Po- is a famed polo player Add

a on the floor as harmonious as a Hay- to say nothing of people like the ones land practically all .of Pom- ditty similarities: "Time Waits for t. .. .
den string quartet. who tried to storm the Bricker head- erania ,. ',
a great stronghold of No One" and "Tales from Vienna .,
The real job was to keep the convention quarters at the convention, led by Prussian militarism. Shortly Woods" Lana Turner won't .;' I' ,

,,t from producing a foreign the lunatic fringe of'the screaming after Teheran, this columnist reported bark about it until she sees it here, ,

plank which would anger the isola- isolationists. that the Big Three bad but those delicious canapes Ray J /
': tionists, which would make it possi- These.people aren't worrying halfas proposed giving Pomerania, Bourbon served with cocktails the A SINGLE FLY \

bIe for the Democrats to say, "as much about not swapping horses East Prussia, and Silesia to Poland other sundown were made from dog MAY CARRY A; r

i( far as world affairs go, you won't crossing a stream as they are about in order to separate the food R-R-Ruff-Ruffff! QrMANY /

; benefit by making a change, and I getting out of,the stream. Prussian ''junkers from the rest / AS _

.: you might" affect the war, or the And so what the Democrats are of Germany and stamp out Ger- The Late Watch: Shirley Ross 6,000,000 f V

peace. having to consider is this: to what man militarism for keeps. and her husband, Kenneth Dolan DISEASE GERMS

'Nationalist' degree will this attitude affect the Stalin told his visitors that he was (who parted last season), are hap- .,

Strong large "throw them out" element and not sure whether Poland should get pier than ever. They reconciled aft- I' I "

Feeling In Middle West thus overcome the "don't throw Breslau (in Silesia) or not. er he was quoted here as saying the To CON1AMINATE -

: '{ How strongly ."nationalist" the them out until we've got across When these plans for Poland had fault was all his because: "I neglected -

j Middle West is is not realized. One the river" feeling? come up at .'Teheran, Stalin disclosed my wife instead of my clients" v YOU* FAMILY':

Republican who has done as much Democrats will tell you that they President Roosevelt had There will be a copyright war <

as any to try to work out a compromise : have what they need: the,"liberals", been in complete agreement, but over U..S. rights to the song popular FOOD

between the Wendell Willkie the labor vote, part of the farmer Prime Minister Churchill had hesi- with the troops, "Lili'Marlene" .

philosophy of foreign relations and vote and enough of "just votes"- tated. Douglas Miller, who wrote "You

:. the isolationist viewpoint said to me the kind that kept Roosevelt in of- "He asked me: 'Who is to guar- Can't Do Business With Hitler," INS

," when the tempest in the subcommittee fice after the protest-support which antee the security of this new Polish told OWI chiefs that the war with

; drawing up the foreign pol- put him in had worn off. I wouldn'tbe state?' I answered him simply: Germany will last at least another AND CAUSE

icy plank was having its fiercest con- surprised if that were true.. But 'The armed might of the Soviet year and with Japan two T.
.: there border-line Citizen editor, SERIOUS
flict: are many Repub- Union. Casey, the B'klyn

"You have licans, and discontented, fairweather POLES IN RUSSIA has written two songs with Johnny ILLNESS no idea how the isolationist Democrats who feel the had and Ladder Co. 117
sentiment out may way Professor Lange been permitted Tucker of Hook

z in the last few weeks.here has grown my politician friend did when he to visit with the Polish army in Astoria All major networks DON'T TOLERATE FLIES

don't want to be These people said there was a ticket which the inside Russia which is fighting side banned the song, "Don't Change
but if people who don't want Roosevelt by side with the Red'army. He also Horses," which has nothing to do
they are forced to go on record witha could vote for. has been networked Ci11u
had talked with various Polish with politics. It ,
choice they will choose ,
that way. At the present convention thereis leaders inside ''Russia, and he told since April. The authors wrote f

-, This of was New when Willkie, Governor 'a very careful consideration of Stalin that he was deeply moved by ''Mairzy Doats." 1 1I 1j
Edge Jersey and others
these factors. When Senator Pepperof the splendid treatment given the Polish ANGLEFOOFLYPAPER

were demanding stronger languagein Florida, ardent New Dealer, army by the Red army. Quotation Marksmanship: Noel I a aIt's
the plank, seeking to commit the sounded the warning to the revolt- Several Days after Professor Coward: The most terrifying thingto

Republican party to more positive ing' southern ,Democrats, he was, Lange had arranged with Wanda a man is a woman who cries in the old reliable that never fails.

postwar program of international co- perhaps, giving voice to a deeper Wasilievska, head of the pro- advance E. Hemingway: The Economical not rationed. For sale at

operation.That distress. He said va split in the Soviet Union of Polish Patriots, saddest thing in the world is the af- hardware drug and grocery stores. 4

was finally avoided. Partly Democratic party would assure the to better the living conditions of fection of man and woman; the most

by building up a "world state" election of a Republican. What he Polish refugees in Russia, Sta- fortunate ending is by death .

straw-man and knocking it' over, may have meant was that a lot lin informed Mme. Wasilievskathat J. Porter: She. whines him around nI

partly by insisting on phrases capa- of folks whose political feet are better war conditions now her finger Mable Bandy: Eye tpV 1k

ble of wide interpretation, and turning itching have at last decided that permitted better living conditions lashes that could sweep the cobwebs

i. the interpretation over to the most of the "shootin's over" and and that Polish refugees trom any man's heart L. Corn

... candidates. The second compromise they,think it is safe to hunt a "bet- should share in the improvement ing: Low clouds on the verge 'd

< Sticker's acceptance of the vice ter 'ole." tears.

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1. Who originated the idea of whom?

odd and even house numbers for The Answers

Lesson for July 30 different sides of the street? 1. Napoleon.
2. The new word "disestablishmentarianism" -
2. It pertains to the annulling of
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- means what? (
' 'ected and copyrighted by International the establishment of the church-
3. The United
Council: of Religious Education; used bylcrmisslon. States and Russia generally
Jams including disendow-'
to Help
: Lynn Says ; are how many miles apart in the ment. '

t-1 Save on Butter GIDEON'S FAITHFUL FEW Aleutians? 3. Three and a half miles apart.'
! Taste-Tested Tips: Old-fash 4. How many civilians are thereon 4.
Jf Next Winter ioned potato salad is a treat made the federal payroll? Approximately 2,800,000.
5. The
LESSON TEXT-Judges 7:4-7. 1521. nose is one-third as
1 I with boiled dressing, seasoned There is restraint to 5. What are the dimensions of
"' -' GOLDEN TEXT- no long as the face, points
,f : 1. with dry mustard. Try a sprinkle the Lord to save by many or by (ew.- the ideal nose? 30-degree angle-and out at a
I" '' the'tip
I '.:; of paprika over the top, and serve [ Samuel 14:6. 6. .The business of engraving at a 95- gree -angle up

i .?.. with crispy, broiled bacon. and printing securities of the 6. Paul Revere.
iI I Eggs are still plentiful and 'are Man power is said to be the secret

a treat when served curried with of victory. Our nation is concerned

a rice or noodle ring.. Green peas about the shortage of man.power in Here's the Bag, for You If You Read
or beans with baby onions are a critical manufacturing centers. The
I good accompaniment. armed forces are calling for more In Bed
; Practical and Easily Made J JIf
Salads are refreshing as lunch and more men and women. x
That will all ,make it a little
main dishes. You'lllike
I eon or supper PIECE FOR THE PROMT, with a touch of red in the pattern.
I vitamin C filled oranges strange to study and teach the lesson BOTTOM AMD BACK gzzzI3'2"X27" The red
was in
repeated the
sliced on" lettuce with one of the for today, for here is the story T 12'- lining. The sateen
I gives all the
r following salads in the middle: of a crucial military campaign in dimensions
and shows.how the lining .

Chicken, tuna or egg salad; cot which the leader, Gideon, was told and the
outside .
tage cheese mixed with slivered by God to cut down his forces. This made. A coat part were ,
hanger was cut .
seedless grapes; or, cooked happened again and again, until he down to
measure 12 inches
prunes stuffed with peanut butter. had less than one per cent of his : .
end to end and
was placed between
;original force, which was none too .'
the lining and the outside.
large humanly speaking. .
quickly. Paraffin hot jam at once. ? *
singular thing was going on J
Conserve is very much. like jam, NOTE These .
God was at work and He did not directions for making a
but usually has raisins or nuts or bedside bag are from BOOK 8 of the : i
look of
to the
aId Israel
want to arm
Berries for \
jams need
both in it: series of booklets which Mrs. Spears has '!
picking over to remove the toosoftor flesh but to Him. prepared for readers. This book also '
wormy ones fromlthe good. Use Peach-Cantaloupe Conserve. Three questions are raised and contains illustrated directions for more i
colander and large pms to make an (Makes about 5 glasses) answered in this interesting story: than1 30 other useful things to make for .-

asy job of this prclminary step. 1 pint prepared peaches I. Quantity or Quality? (7:4-7)). you are one who likes to take your send 15 home cents and with for name gifts. and To address get a copy to: .',.!j

').\,. 1. pint prepared cantaloupe The Lord is looking for men to do an assortment of reading matter
Next winter when natter and other Juice and grated rind of 2 lemons His work, but He cannot use men to bed, sick or well, you will enJOY MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

", fats are scarce, youll thank your- 3 cups sugar who are afraid 'or careless. This a bag like this.. Its; hanger Bedford Hills New York

t .--.... sei for nuttine!: ut Yz cup English 'walnuts was the lesson Gideon learned, and hook may be sewed to box springs Drawer 10 .

a generous supply Wash 'and peel peaches and dice. it applies to our day as well. and there you are with everything Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 8. .

of Hams, ,jellies, Remove seeds from cantaloupe When Gideon started out he had at hand. ;
butlers The bag shown here was made Name ............................... '
and mar- pare and dice. Combine all ingredients 32,000 men (Judg. 7:3). Not willing ,,

ma'ades to help except nutmeats. Cook slowly that they should glory in their own of a remnant of heavy cotton upholstery Address ............................_ .
I sprlad bread and until mixture boils. Boil rapidly strength and knowing that many of material in tones of green :

rojiFluits.' until thick and clear; Add'nutmeats them were' cowards at heart, the .?
and berries and pour into hot sterilized glasses. Lord told Gideon to let those who

!are plentiful Homemakers who are hunting for were afraid, go home. When the T HI ? .1iI

now! and good new combinations for jellies. will like mob had left there were only 10,000 / ,

spreads 1 can be these. Use the long boil[;method in
:' made without using tte one cup 'of I preparing them. I left.How sad it is that so many are '

': sugar for one cup of ruit, in case ."fearful and afraid" (v. 3) when it MALARIA MOSQUITO :
\ your canning sugar is a\\ a premmm.In comes to going into battle for the .
fact, in many casej you'll find Lord. They sing cheerily "Standup -- fIS

that three-fourths of a ,up of sugar stand up for Jesus, ye soldiers
to one cup of fruit will vork perfectly of the cross; let courage rise with AFTER YOU I IJ

\ ly well. I ,., I danger," etc.; but when the bombs .

.l To assure success Jin making of Satan begin to ;fall, or the bugle ', :.'
jams and jellies, watch looking time calls for an advance into the ,.: "

carefully. Inmost casis, the juice enemy's territory they have disappeared

\ ". from tie fruit or berry/is/ extracted to places of comfort and .
.J .. ___slowly, but wh n.'juice--.Qnd..su: nr' safety. What good are such sol Get her with FLIT. before she has a chance .,:
are 'combined, cook quickly to finish diers? The Lord told Gideon to send to spread chilling-burning miseries from a sick :' -: ;:
so Hat none ot the bright color of them home; perhaps the church man to you. Spray FLIT in dark corners and ) 1. ',-J. ::"

the :'ruit is .sa rificed.. should do the same. on stagnant water where the malaria car-: ,1 ,
rier lurks and breeds. it t
Spray on every mosT
I .. hen low Then the second test which
the fruit or berry is in came quito :you see. It's a quick and easy way to
L na/ural pectin, use a commercial appears in our lesson. Those who wipe out all mosquitoes. Buy FLIT today!
fo'm and follow directions for sugar took the comfortable and easy way 1
I' aid juice. to drink (v. 6)), were nprt alert and kills flies, ants,

If i; Ripe Sour Cherry Jelly. ready. Down went the'number to ,L I T moths, bedbugs and

f (Makes 7 medium-sized glasses) 300; but these,were men who were all mosquitoes.Copr. .
'. 3 cups juice ready to obey land who were alert.II. .IMI.StaacDlli beeipmUd

4 Man's Power or God's Power?
cups sugar .
1 box powdered fruit pectin (vv. 15-18).
I Strange as was the plan for recruiting
To prepare juice, stem and crush
of battle
the plan was even
about 3V2 pounds fully ripe cherries. The last step in jelly and jam
Add l/z cup water bring to a boil, making is 'an easy, one. Pour paraffin more unusual. Lights blasts, broken pitchers
and simmer, covered, for 10 min over the hot fruit mixture as soon and trumpet are hardly
as it is ladled into glasses the accepted \{ eapons of.warfare,
utes. Place fruit in jelly bag and and
nor does the method sound like military
: squeeze out juice. If there is a skimmed. rs
r shortage of juice add little strategy. \
!1 to fruit in bag and, a water Jelly Combinations. This was no time for questions, \
squeeze again.
for for the usual
Juices Used I Sugar Needed logical arguments,
Measure sugar into a'dry dish and organization of war for now God
: set aside. until needed. Measure Currant, 2 cups J 4 about work.; He to
CUPS was to was ready
juice into a 3 or 4 quart Red Raspberry, 2 cups
<. saucepan. show His power quite apart from fOOliWS
Place pan over hottest fire. Add Plum, 2 cups | 4 ,the ability of man, and He had: a
powdered fruit pectin and mix well. Crabapple, 2 cups right to work as He would.

Continue stirring until mixture Apple, 2 cups I Wise and blessed is the church
comes to a hard boil. Pour in sugar Pineapple, 2 cups. 3 cups which knows that! there comes a

at once, stirring constantly. Con Crabapple, 2 cups time when the thing to do is to put
tinue stirring, bring to a full rolling Cherry, 2 cups I 3 CUPS plans aside and let the Lord work.
I boil, and boil hard % minute. :; Observe on the 'other hand that it

Remove from fire, skim and pour For' those who wish to make jellies was "the sword of the Lord and of

quickly. Paraffin hot jelly at once. out of fruit juices, canned this Gideon"...;.not just the sword of the

Dried Apricot and Pineapple Jam. summer, there is a simple procedure Lord. God is all-powerful. We must ,
t (Makes 11 6-ounce glasses) to follow. If there(Us: not enough not hinder His glorious working. But '

r -- 4 cups prepared fruit sugar to fill all your canning and He works through men, do not forget ..,

7 cups sugar jelly-making needs, then the best that! He used Gideon, and He used

r. 1 bottle fruit pectin way of assuring yourself of jelly, is Gideon's little band. Foster'D. Snell, Inc., well-known consult
to put up the juice and make it up God's must accomplish
power ing chemists, have just :
To fruit add 2 completed a test
I prepare cups water into jelly when you do have the God's work, but that power flows with a of
\ to Vi pound apricots. Cover and let group men and women suffering
t I stand overnight. sugar. out to the world through yielded and from' Athlete's Foot. These people were :'

Drain fruit, grind Follow directions for preparing obedient men. told to use Soretonc. At the end of only a ,:
or chop fine and fruit or berry juice as in jelly- in. Running or Standing? (vv. 19- ten-day test period, their feet were exam
mix with juice. making recipes. Do_not add fruit or 21). ined in two ways: I.Scrapings were taken

Crush well or simmer unless recipe directs it. Aft The enemy "ran and cried and from the feet and examined by the bacteriologist. "
grind 1 medium- er juice has been extracted, place fled." The sword of the Lord and of 2.Each subject was examined by a

sized pineapple in jelly bag and squeeze out the. Gideon had put them to rout. Well physician. We quote from the report:

"or use No. 2 can juice. may the enemies of God be terror- "After the use of Soretone according to
crushed pineap- Fill canning jars to shoulder and stricken when He begins to work
; plea ivieasure sugar ana- fruit- into seal according to manufacturers' di through His servants. the directions on the label for a period

: large kettle filling up last cup with a rections. Place jars into a boiling All this was done "by faith," for of only ten days, 80.6% of the cases I

r water if necessary. water bath (180 degrees) with water we find Gideon's act of turning "to showed clinical improvement of an infection .
reaching an inch or two above flight the armies of the aliens" list j
to a full rolling boil hottest "
. fire. Stir constantly before over and the jars. Keep water at simmering ed among the exploits of faith (Heb' which is most stubborn to control. j

, 'I'Bring Awhile boiling. Boil hard .1 minute. temperature and process pints oi 11:34). Improvements were &howa in the 'symptoms 1
\ Then remove kettle from fire and juice 20 minutes, quarts 30 minutes. Now, see what Gideon's host was of Athlete's Foot-the itching burning

.., stir in bottled 'pectin.: Skim. Pour Remove jars and finish sealing, ii doing while the enemy ran (v. 21), redness etc. The report says:
necessary. Cool as !rapidly as possible "They stood every man in his
1.':/ but, avoid a draft. place." No need for frantic hurry "In our opinion Soretone is of very def 'J

To Make the Jelly. with them, no fear, no excitement, inite benefit in the treatment of this "

;;, G Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving When you desire to'make the jelly God works that way. Remember disease, which is commonly known as
Menu use your favorite recipe or those the children of Israel at the Red 'Athlete's Foot'."
with the commercial pectins. Sea? The water ahead, and Pha J
I- Chicken Salad with Cucumber I raoh's host to the rear. What to do? So if Athlete's Foot troubles you don't temporize ..f
'r t and Tomato Garnish // you wish additional instruction foi "Fear ye not, stand still and see the with this nasty, devilish stubborn '
French Fried Eggplant canning fruit or berries, write to Mist salvation of the Lord." (Exod. 14:13). infection. Get SORETONE! McKesson &
r Rye Bread and Butter Lynn Chambers 210 South. Desplainet Perhaps the word Is coming to us' Bobbins Inc., Bridgeport Connecticut.t .
Street Chicago 6, Illinois. Please
1\ : Pecan Custard Pie enclost just now Trust God rather than the
stamped, self-addressed envelope for'
Beverage reply.. youi power of man I Stand still and see

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The Clewiston News ..x.-:..:.. :..:.:.. ..x.-<..:..:.:.. Flier Who Worked 2.. not What are the two advantagesof JUNIOR G A.'a MEET ->
painting a warplane? (2 WITH MRS. W. A. MONTGOMERY
-- points). /\
(Continued from page 11
PubIlshell every Friday in CleirlBton, WithOur 3. What is the name of the The Junior G. A.'s of the Baptist
NEWS free fall of 8,000 feet. After my
Florida, by the bombsight used on a B-17 (Flying Church met Wednesday
evening at
Inc. chute opened I saw 'Minnie' crack
Fortress) ? (1 point). the home of their counselor Mrs.
into a hill and explode. I looked ,
second class mall matter down again and could see the hills 4. Which U. S. Army plane now W. A. Montgomery, for their pro-
Entered as
February 1, 192T at the Post Office In Boys below all green with grass and is armored with a 75 millimeter gram meeting '

Cfewiston. 1897.Florida, under the Act of trees, and began to wonder if I cannon? (1 point). j A very interesting program on
March ,,3, i
would land in a tree or where. I 5. In what class are the follow ("Hawaii, the Paradise of the Pacific"

in theService landed in a small grassy space. ing planes (Ex.: Warhawk: -fight I I was given and the girls were all

CARR SETTLE, PublisherSabscriptloa with quite a thump. er) : Skymaster, Marauder, Airaco- [dressed in native costume. A song

--- "There a new part of my adven- bra, Superfortress, Mustang? (5 by Christine'' Dunaway and Peggy

Rate-$2.50 Per Tear ture started, but one I.can't. tell points). l Powell was greatly enjoyed and Iris ,

Advertising Rate On Applleatloa. you about now. You can realize 6. For what is Avon Park Army ,Ann Wright Nadine Andrews, Hel-

how I felt though, because I was Air Field, Florida, chiefly noted? en Espenlaut, and Barbara Moore

advancement and wel- on the ground in enemy occupied (1 point). gave the history of the first missionaries -
Devoted to the to the
fare of CMewiston and Hendry County.MA' .' ..:-:.. :..:..:.: :---X..:+: ...:.: territory and could look up in the 7. What is meant by celestial prayers was Islands. A "lei" of
sky and see our planes getting Offered for the mission-
navigation? (l point).
smaller and smaller in the distance, I way, Peggy Powell, Elnora Tanner
That service men in the South 8. Name four positions at which ing hands aid
as they headed for home. forming, a circle.
AL6DTTORIAISSOCIATtOM' Pacific with a little time on their ; Lieutenant Girardeau said that gunners are stationed on a B-17 I After the program a social hour
likely to get into Flying Fortress? (4, points). '
hands are just as of indoor
[ after seeing what people In an occupied gapes and music was en-
if they were at home was I 9. What is meant the I
trouble as country have gone throughhe by flying 1 joyed and lefreshments of pink
../ItuJIL definitely proven recently when Dick is even more appreciative of term "Tail End Charlie"? (1 point). 'lemonade ant assorted cookies and

Hooks and Wilbur Goff, Sea bees, what he has in this country and 10. Name the three general j' fruit were served by Mrs. Montgomery ,( ,

and Marine Jimmy Elmore who are the life he looks forward to returning types of U. S. Army training planes. Each 'oje present was given a

stationed on the same island, got to. (3 points). I cut-out ukelee! as a favor.
Possibly the new weapon Herr hold of a boat some place and set .
made his "I have seen village after village I Present wre, Iris Ann Wright.
Goebbels says "almost out to visit Owen Winn five or six FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. I Nadine
completely demolished bv fire or Andrews Christine Duna-
bomb .
the ,
heart stop beating"was 'miles away on a neighboring island. C. Meador Pastor I II
under Hitler. bombs, and children without clothes. way, Peggy well, Elnora Tanner,
planted last week They hadn't travelled far when a Lots of young girls shouldering ,a i i i June Crews, Shirley Benbow, Barbara -

Clewistonwill squall came up, their boat was cap- rifle and carrying pistols, knives Sunday School, 9:45a., m. j I Moore, Joyce Tanner, Mary ,
At the present speed post-office in sized and the three Clewiston boys and grenades. I made friends witha Morning,'Worship, 11:00 a. m. i I I I I Faye Andrew and Helen Espen- .

have a first-class We'll predict were up a lagoon without a paddleor young boy that had a big scar under Training Union, 6:45 p. m. I[.laub. All gins between the ages of
three more years.. ( 'a boat). Dick writes that they one eye. He had been wounded Evening.Service, Wed., S:30 p. m.l I j[ nine and tweve are invited to join
that we won't wait that long. were in the water five hours but twice and had killed two Ger- The two Church Ordinances of I; the auxiliary 'for their program of .y..

I just what happened to them during mans. I even talked for a few minutes the church. Baptism and the Lord's missionary wcrk.CARE .
No marriage licenses were issuedin the remainder of the twenty-four with a 20-year-old German Supper, will be' administered at the I "

two days in West Palm Beach. hours they were out wasn't explained. Messerschmitt 'pilot who spoke a evening services this Sunday. I OP THANKS /1

Strange we hadn't heard that the Anyway' they never did get over I little English and if he wasn't the Officers and teachers meet Wed-I _.

Army had moved out. to see Owen. All ,are quite well, typical Nazi that we have always nesday evening at 7:45 p. m. Thisis We deeply appreciate the many '. ;)

; he says after' a little rest. read about, he was as close to it as a very important meeting and the kind expressiolS of sympathy and ':
Most people seem to think the war I ever hope to see." Sunday School superintendent Is floral offering; of Clewiston friends 1 1

is almost over but we're afraid the Oliver Martinez, over in New Lieutenant Girardeau said he anxious that we be there one hun- i{lat' the death )f our brother, R. H. .1'.1I

;fi.. GI's in Normandy would be hard to Guinea, has' had a tough break but had not flown since rejoining his dred percent. This weekly prepa- I Mills.

;-,: sell on that kind of talk. it doesn't seem to be bothering him outfit, and then was preparing fora ration period coupled with the con- Mr. md Mrs. E. C.. Mills.

greatly., On second thought maybe week's stay at a rest camp whichhe sistent visitation program which is I
Another hurricane' petered out we'd better call it a lucky break fora hoped would be the one oper- now underway should produce a CLEAVISnON COMMUNITY: _. "

down around Puerto Rico: and the I fifty-caliber shell exploded very ated by the Fifteenth Air Force on high efficiency In our Sunday School. CHURCH '

Fort Myers' News Press thinks it's I close to his hand with no greater : the Isle of Capri, just off the coast Let all be,' present. I David C.Hancock: Minister ;

,'..,.. because it's'sun too early for .the I damage than a'cut in the hand.: from Nalpes. "The Hour of Power" is a recent -- ,
sawgrass to bloom. Where the tough part comes in Is designation of''the mid-week prayer
Sunday School, 9:45
Before entering the armed forces a. m., Dr. C.
that a day or two later he was sent service. Truly this is what it shouldbe. E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes.
he worked for the United States
We're glad to learn that some attention to the hospital for the removal of a It is the powerhouse-. the for all ages. 1.2
'Sugar'Corp.. in Clewiston, followingtwo
I is being paid to the paving troublesome appendix. Says he's years during which he attended Spiritual life of any church. Let us Morning Vorship, 11:00 a. m. A ..7

of the road from the Barracks to getting along fine however, has Stetson University in DeLand. His increase the spiritual power of our nursery for small children is con- .

Hooker's Point. Maybe the 'other the best of medical care and at- church by, large attendance at this'I ducted by be Mothers Club at the
father, W, M. Girardeau formerly I ; ,
lane' on the highway through town tention and should be up and at 'em service at1 1 8:30 Wednesday. Circle CommunitY 'Center. .
worked for the Barnett National \ ,:
can be thrown in at the same time. again in three or four weeks. this date 'In} red. Be present.As .
Bank here for He ---
several, years. io.\
our custom is we again remember ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL ':
now resides in Winter Park. :
T The government has ruled that Probably the most disgusted man our service boys in this CHURCH" >'
He has two other aunts in Jack-
hotel guests must content' themselves In Uncle Sam's Army right now is sonville. They are the Misses midweekservice.\ If you have '
with one bath a;day Couldn't, that some recent word concerning the ::.
Cpl. Hooky Avant who is home to Rosabel and ,Agnes Girardeau, of I Services. ;every S inday-at 8:30
,'' be changed to once a ,week ,and. the spend .a week's furlough with his the' 'Park Drive' address. following, bring, it to this serjriee, ,. a, m., ,'af', Clewiston Community..... 's"Church.
r ,Memorial .
/ ::, scope greatly widened. folks: Five times Hooky has been I share it with' us and let us pray for : t ---------.-!'

slated for overseas and five times KNOW YOUR ARMY AIR FORCE, these bOYS Boys to be remember- I Rev. S. D. 'Mason, R\ctor.\ ;
.: State conservation' officers say has been among the few left behind.He I ed this week are: Robert Kelly, J. ,;
f the supply of game and ,fish In_ the I took it all in good-natured stride D. Hooker, G. M. Waters, Jr., EarlE. \
'Answers on Page 10) WANTED
" state is building up rapidly. Gas' until the fifth time when he are Hingson and Edwin Roath. By q\iet
was so "
I This is the second of a series of
and ammunition rationing are,, after sure that he Sunbeams meet Thursday morn-
was that
going he sent
quizzes compiled by Avon Park couple furnished house
all effective conservation at"9:30. ,
very all of his clothes home. But againno Army Air Field, Florida. Anotherset Ing I
sures. luck, he : To all new-comers to our community No drink-
being one of ..
a mere of ten questions will be published or. apartment. \. j
handful left we extend a very cordial in- ,
behind. I
Now \
Hooky I'I'I next week. Test your scoring T:
The downward trend-of the lake says he's the best trained soldier method:' 17-20 points-excellent; I vitation to worship with us' at any i ing, no pets, good .recom'mendations. '

level has apparently stopped and a I Uncle Sam has (thirty months of it) 14-16 11-13 points-i l of our services. Sunday SchoolI '
points-good; Call Mrs\\
slight rise is shown for the last I and can't set, a chance to use his I I classes for all ages. Training Union ,
I fair; less than 11 points-poor. I and I ,
week. The level has dropped dan- training. He's still. 'up at Camp groups for all ages, a spiritual Phone 73.
gerously low and "since almost McCain. Miss. .;. Second Installment } worship service both morning and i Bullington, \
1. The nose of which fighter' evening and Wednesday night. Get !P,;
everyone feels that a high lake level .g J t .
shark? ((1 ). p
plane resembles a point habit. -
the church-going !
would be beneficial to the whole Pvt. John Bledsoe who is stationat ; .

lake area, why not- take steps to Camp Pickett, Va., is spendinga --- \ -
have it held at a' higher level if it furlough here with his brothers,

ever builds back to that point. M. D. and Dawson Bledsoe. '
-- .. THE OLD ,
A Postmaster A. W. Sias was another -

of those who dreamed of gettingan ,
Sportinglround i'
ocean:: voyage at Uncle Sam's expense ., .'', :t
' By Bernard Myers hut appears destined to re- 'I1 -,
:7 '; main at Miami Beach for the dura- f 14 .. ) 1 .(_ ,

, The U. S. S. C. summer bowling tion. He, too, was all set to go, had )
league got under way this week passed his overseas physical ,with

with a good enrollment of nine teams. flying rolors and awaited impati- '
.. The teams are manned on the basis ently the orders to start moving. I &., d';) 4-5'1cA.2' .0 1:? ,- ;
, : ) of their work with the Sugar Com- Then, very suddenly, they lowered

: pany. The guards from the prisoner the age limit and Si discovered that

''; of war camp also have a team en- he wasn't as young as he once was.

, :'0, rolled. Matches are to be played Remaining at Miami Beach has its N

" twice a week, on Tuesday and Thursday advantages, it would .,appear, to us, \

. evenings. Each team bowls but it's rather difficult tp make Si '

"f three games 'on its scheduled night. realize that. H&'s home for a few

I The financial arrangements for the days leave this week and is getting .

league are really: reasonable when caught up on his fising. I r t.
S h' V ,4
you consider the fact that bowlingcan v ( -
be an expensive pastime. Each Aviation Cadet Dan Beardsley is

player posts a dollar as an entry fee still sweating out his flying courseat

and pays thirty cents an evening Helena, Ark., and writes that if \ I1
when they play. his luck just holds out.a while longer -' I !

Thursday night the Mill Whites he may be, some of these days M

really got hot and bowled 'for a team wearing a pair of silver wings. And, .

score of 842, which any follower of take it from Dan those boys who do

the game will tell you is pretty fair win their wings have every right to :I "-

47 7 pin pulverizing. Eric Thomas roll- strut over the accomplishment. Dan 1 ..

ed a 225 for the high. score of the visited recently in Memphis,. did not
night.: have the address of Pat and Maurine : 'j

'McGehee, and was thoroughly put \ff\, "

The high school won its hotly out when he received the address .. '
A,: I conteste4 series with the PWD and two days after his return to camp. I
now mythical Glades softball
champion. We won the second Otis F. Ricks, with the U. S. "Mary and I were j saying, Judge, how "I was very much interested the other day '

game 2-1 on good pitching and Navy and stationed at Norfolk spenta lucky we are herein America that we have so in reading a statement made by a high gov- ,:

fielding, and the third game in a short furlough here recently with many natural resources to help win the war.'' ernmentoffitialonsyntheticrubber.Inithe"That's I ".:JI

walkaway 17-3. A little of the his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. T. right, Jim. When war broke out said'It is fair to regard the rubber manufacI I }

lustre of victory' was taken from the Ricks. He -expecting to be assigned I we had oil, we had steel we had food, turedtodateasbeingalmostsolelytheprodlumber "j
last game due to the fact that the very shortly to sea duty. His aluminum..practically everything uct of the beverage distilling industry.' ''

guards were minus some of their brother, W. W. Ricks, also with the we needed. There's one thing we didn't "He also said that, in his estimation, the
regular players.If Navy, is still stationed at Miami contribution of distillers' indus
: Beach .have...Tubber. enemy had that. 4 tremejKtym
Gaines Ricks has brother, Pfc. "But that didn't bother for long. Soon trial alcohol to the synthetic rubber program
you see me going around these been in action in
days with a predatory gleam in my North Africa and Italy for several American brains and industry had synthetic had not'received the recognition which it I

eye, you'll know that I'm on the months. rubber by the tons rolling out of plants*That deserves." ,

it lookout for some nice husky young .. filled a critical need. you can't win a "We certainly. learned something today,

lfjz\ high school boys who like to play manpower standpoint if the boys we war without rubber." didn't we Mary?"

football and plan to be in Clewistoq. have are still'around this fall. I'm

this fall. Our' eleven man football keeping my fingers crossed on some Tku wlisemtsponsowiaycosiest.ojAko lt cucsdaoteindwh. J*./ne. I
program will fare alright from a of them. .__ : .:.'"

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WI RATIONINGCALENDAR NOTICE TO CREDITORS' his wife. Oakville, Illinois; GUST way .. __._
purposes. Act, ----------- 15 43 33
(1033: Probate Sees. '110, 120):: BORRENPOHL and DALLA BOR SE
& of
NE'4, less right of'
ill 'I RENPOHL. his wife MARTHA way -._-.....--.-_.__.__..15 43 33
Maximum mark-up which. may be IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY BORRENPOHL MARQUARD and NE"i, of SEU, less right of
to base prices by persons JUDGE. HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA MARQUARD, her husband way and less railroad right .
I added has IN PROBATE. and WALTER BORREN of way --.--...--..-....:...-.-__..15 43 33
: (Continued from selling watermelons at auction POHL and ELLA BORRENPOHL, SEU of
Page 5)
: i In re: Estate of SW'/i less right of
J two-tenths cent his wife, Venedy, Illinois : and ... .
:3istratlon, pointed out today.. been adjusted to JOHN Er.. IORE. Deceased CLARA way ---------_15 43 33
.. .
,"-' ', The ceilings set by OPA follow per pound. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS HEFAL, and PAUL TWENHEFAL way -----.-_._.__.____143 33
The action, Office of 'price Ad- AGAINST SAID ESTATE: her husband. Gorham, Illinois NW& of SEH. less right of
traditional practices of the trade, he as the heirs, of
: William .
ministration said, was taken to pro- You and each of you arc hereby ----- 15 43 33
old J and represents a season averr notified and required to present any Borrenpohl deceased: the .heirs, SWV4 of SE" less right ofway
There vide a maximum under which per- claims and demands which you or devisees, grantees, creditors or __.__-__ -__.___,_15 43 33
? are no
age paid by buyers. selling through auction mar- either of you, may have against the other parties claiming by, through, SE% of SEii. less right of
:maximum: for individual sales. sons for the estate of John Elmore, deceased, late under or against William Bor- way --------_, ..__.15 43 33
II 'Hence the buyer can go overboard kets would be compensated of said County, to the County Judgeof renpohl, deceased; Tract 8A as shown on resub-
fees. Florida GEORGE AZOO, who is not. division plat recorded
'costs of agents' Hendry County at his office In
; to buy a choice. lot of' tobacco, but' In the court house of said Countyat known to be either dead or alive, Plat Book 2, page 68. Hen-
must buy equivalent amount at LaBelle, Florida, within eight and If alive MRS. GEORGE dry County Records, being '
! Local ration boards have been calendar months from the time of the AZOO. his wife, and If dead, the In SWJi of .:.... 7 43 34
Ii j, below-average price to balance out notified that supplementary' Band first publication of this notice. Each unknown spouse, heirs devisees, Tract 21 as shown on Nat-
': at. the.ceiling average.t claim or demand shall be in writing, grantees creditors or other par- ional Farms Estate Plat
''I',' C rations for home-towork drivingare and shall state the place of residenceand ties claiming by through; underor recorded In Plat Book 4,
I -:-- Hot renewable on more''than a post office address of the claim- against the said George Azoo; page 61, Lee County Rec-
I I ,Advance announcement of maximum basis after ant, and shall be sworn to by the WILLIAM H. WOODWARD and ords and re-subdivision
f to be established next 30-day "probationary" claimant, his agent, or his attorney, MRS. WILLIAM H. WOODWARD, plat recorded in Plat Book
f prices August 1 unless the car owner and an- such claim or demand not so his wife, 140 Valley Road, Web- 2, page 68, Hendry Coun-
'fall for lima beans, cauliflower, 'I IF membership in a car-pool club, filed shall be void.ELTHEA ster Grove. Missouri; ty Records r_..--._,- _. 7 43 34
shows All claimants under
of the
any has been
I filed
ELLIS against
s 1 you.
f celery, eggplant swe peppers I Chauncey W. Butler, district direc- As administratrix of the Estateof above parties and all parties hav- The suit is pending in the Circuit
'tomatoes',have been \jmade by the of the Office of Pries Administration As executor of the Last Will ing or claiming any interest in Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
Office of Price Administration. tor and Testament of John Elmore, or to the real poperty herein- of Florida in and for Hendry County
1 1i I
r after described
\ said. deceased. : and is styled "Sugarland Drainage
i The advance announcements were I "probationary" ration, July 21, 28, Aug. 4, 11, 18. BE ADVISED that a suit. for the District, a. public quasi corporation
made in compliance Y' with amendments The 30-day foreclosure of the lien of Sugarland under;the laws of the, State of Florida,
; out is to ----- ------------- Drainage District taxes outstanding
act it was pointed provided Plaintiff, .v. J. B. Hendry et al., De
to the new stabilization against 'the following described land fendants.
I providing. that newer lower maximum'Dr'ices'for I enable motorists to form a car- IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TILE situate, lying and being in Hendry IT IS ORDERED that you. the defendants -

sharing pool in their neighborhoodif TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County, Florida: In the suit, are required to
? .all props planted I exists. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR IIENDRY S. T. R. file an appearance in such proceedingon
after'July 31, 1944, must "be established none presently COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. S% of N& of NW& _.._.__._12 43 32 the 21st day of August, 1944, and
OPA at Greater car-pool participation, NO.-- SW/ of NE? south of Nine that in default of your appearing, the
and announce< by
| I
Mile Canal
., less right of allegations of the'bill for
\ least .15 days prior to the normal Mr. Butler said, is necessary to conserve way ., ..----_..____.._?_.__.__ __11 43 33 taxes filed in said cause foreclosureof will be
I dwindling supply of usa DISTRICT a SE% of NEVi south of Nine taken
j the as confessed by you; this orderto
planting season. public quasi corporation under the
Mile Canal less right of
Slight increases in f.o.T prices ble automobiles. Cars are being laws of the State of Florida, way ---_; __...____.11 43 33 consecutive be'published weeks once in a THE week CLEWIS-for four

"Jor: eggplant and peWrs noted in scrapped at the rate of 4,000 a day Plaintiff. NE4 of SEJ/i south of Nine TON NEWS. -
will not change and the result is further demands on J. B. HENDRY, et al., Mile Canal, less right of DONE AND, ORDERED at the Clerk's
fie tmnouncement. way -----___._.__._11 43 33 Office City of LaBelle, Florida, this J I
retail prevailing during the the already overburdened public Defendants. NW'i of SE&, less right of 15th day of July 1944.
systems. Greater NOTICE TO, APPEARTO way -____-_.........____11 43 33 (CLERK'S SEAL) 'I!
past 12 months. | transportation PAUL BROWN LAND COMPANY of __ .
: : SW/i SETA, less Road 11 43 33 WM. T. HULL I II
I sharing of cars is the only answer a dissolved Florida corporation, SE?4 of SE14, less Road __11 43 33 I Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Small operators [who normally he asserted. and the unknown assigns, suc- NE>,i of NEiJ, less Road and By INEZ MAGILL. Deputy Clerk. I
cessors In interest, trustees, or less right of way ____._.15 43 33 EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER I
... use a sizeable portion of these tires, That the situation serious and any other party claiming by, NW* of NE'i. less Road and I Miami, Florida i iI
size 8:25 and larger: will find their requiring imperative action was evi- through, under or against said less right of way ____..._...15 43 33 Solicitors for Plaintiff.
named dissolved SWU ,of NE*, less right of July 21,
corporation; ; ( 28. Aug. 4, 11.
unable to supply replacements 23,000,000 cars
"ration dent in that only PAUL BROWN 818 Olive Street, I __ :
in many cases due to remain usable in the nation and it St. Louis Missouri, G. A. RAD- r111I1I

increased m' itary ,demands. estimated a serious transportation FORD 3234 Weisberg Drive,
; :greatly is North, St. Louis, Missouri, and IIIIIIHIIIIII ( lilillllllllll K\\r\ IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII ''t)1I111I1I1II111 (i III IIIIIIIII Vi 111111111111I1 jlllllllillllll
National allotmentof! the large breakdown will result* when the A. M. KELLER, 4 Carrswold St.

... tires :have been supply to less_ than 'number depreciates 'to 20,000,000. Louis said dissolved, Missouri,corporation as Directors, and of: .1.:. S

half the normal Trustees of the assets thereof; .:. rHe
'rTo avert a cripp ng breakdown, N0TICI3Tallahassee JOSEPH J. FISCHER, who Is U.. ;" '
small operators wer urged 'to get Florida, June 19, 194-1 not kl''own to be dead or alive i' 1pProvideIHoreGuns '
\s and if alive, MRS JOSEPH J. i ir
L : "every::last mile out f present tires -given that theTRUSTEES FISCHER, his wife, and if dead .. : t
, "by"weighing each pr osed usage in NOTICE is hereby the unknown spouse, heirs, de- ._. +y'Syrrp Yr a.Y.! yw ny: '
OF THE Statebof visees, grantees, creditors or "
J't terms. of furtherance of the war effort PROVEMENT FUND of the sold to other parties claiming by, through, :;: "I .
; to use other n eans of transportation Florida, offer for sale in'toj Tallahassee be tinder or against said Joseph J. .:. I" ;',
the highest bidder, : '
; and to abiae by tire conservation FlorIda, at 12:00: o'clock( NOON, Au- Fischer; .:. BUY c i.
: lands in THOMAS LYNN, R. C. HEALY
1 J gust i, 1944 the followIng .:.
rules."Effective HENDRY COUNTY, State; of Florida: and L. M. VREELAND, Trustees
North Half .(N&), of Section of the National Farms Estate, :: WAR

I I 1 July 29, cry commercial T South Half (S%) of Section t Thir- I I who dead are or alive not known and if dead to be, the either un- 4

to field bean seeds are exempt from teen (13), : known spouses heirs, devisees, BONDS
control. North Half (N%) of Section Fifteen I grantees, creditors or other par- :
'price (15), ties claiming by, through, unde .:. .t.
Lifting price is expected Township Forty-six ((46) South said from
.I or against named parties: : Income
'to aid the War Foot Administra= Range Thirty-one (31) :East, NATIONAL FARMS ESTATEand ::
.1 Comtaining 960 acres, more or a
tion's dry edible bean rogram and less. and the unknown all parties Trustees claiming thereof by-, ._. a I ix ix.t.

enable farmers to obtain premiums This Notiee with Sections Is published 253.12 and In 253.12 com- through, under or against Nat- .:. OFFICIAL Y t

':tor certified and prem m grades of pliance Florida Statutes 1941. ional Farms Estate, including all ''IS f" PHOTOGRAPH '
Trustees reserve the right to reject persons who operate or do busi- v U. S. ARMYSIGNAL 1 1I
(flU II dry .edible beans suitable for seed The any and all bids. 'r ness or have operated or done :t: CORPS <,, X
.: I BY ORDER of the Trustees of the business under said name; I
r w... .............. d u Internal Improvement Fund. R. C. HEALY, L. M. VREELANDand 'i' 4 L 4 1 '.
r Governor. who are not' known to be either .
I :: :
Attest: dead or alive,' and if alive. MRS.R. .. ,
:; ; : WEEKLEY'Si' -' F. C.' Elliot, Secretarv, Trustees. I C. HEALY. MRS. L. M. VREE- .1. ; "
H-- T.. M. June 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, 1944. LAND and MRS. THOMAS LYNN, v

their wives, and if dead, the un- .f. X
ORS- known heirs, devisees, (.
NOTICE:: TO CRED TI grantees,spouses creditors or other parties :!: I 1 S.1 : J
Probate Law 1033
i' I i. FURNITURE STORE ,- by, through under or against .. .} tY
said named parties; ._. I 1 1
R. H. JOHNSTON, who Is not
1 in NEW and USED COUNTY OF HENDRY known to be either alive or dead, .:. ::1_:
f i Dealer You and each of you are hereby notified fV
VI and if alive. MRS. R. H. JOHNSTON v
I I' I i to present any claims and de- his wife, and If dead, the S:;' ._.
either of ,
mants which or
you you
; t, may have against the estate of Hiram unknown ,spouse, heirs, devisees, .;. .:.t.V .
Angus Gill, ,deceased, late of said grantees, creditors or other parties ,2 ..
t Buy Sell or Trade County, to the County Judge of Hen- I claiming by, through underor V't. ._
against said R. H. JOHNSTON .
dry County, Florida, at his office in ; :
the court house at LaBelle, Florida O. T. RUSSELL and MRS. O.
CASH PAID FOR GOOD USEDt within eight calendar months from theaate T. RUSSELL, his wife, Manhattan l
of the first publication of this Kansas;
notice. Each claim or demand must be JOHANNA BORRENPOHL. wi- V t
t t ; FURNITURE in writing, and must state the place of dow of William Borrenpohl, deceased V .
? residence and post office; address of I Hoyleton, Illinois, IRENE y
the claimant, and; must be sworn toby BORRENPOHL KASTEN and y
i l 8 PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE the claimant, his agent, or his attorney ; MARTIN KASTEN, her husband, y
p or the same will become void I Hoyleton, Illinois, HARRY BOR
; : 'DRESSERS WITH N ERRORS according to law. RENPOHL! and :MINNE BOR-: .v-
This 29th day of June, 1944. { : .. '
Executor ofj the Estate AUGUST BROCKMEYER, her husband y'
t LaBelle Florida Hiram Angus Gill deceased I THEODOR BORRENPOHL .:- ...

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: TOO LATE TO f Blame For Robbery; Already In Existance every Rationing car owner, rules write now require his license that -1.

Loot RecoveredHendry number and state ,on all'-gasoline. ,

I ORLANDO, July 26-(FNS) coupons In his possession, as soon.... J-
: In a talk to local Kiwanians here as they are issued him by his ration '"- _
1i CLASSIFY ( News board. '
County ) this week, Harry Voorhis, prominent -
Cpl. James Mounts was turned
attorney declared that "If Wash-
-- :( over to military authorities Mon- ington continues to establish bureaus After July 26, farms and other
at Field for trial non-institutional
day Buckingham employers'of
fi we are apt to find our supplyof sea
By RUSSELL KAY f:tu after he assumed full responsibilityin alphabetical combinations ex- senal workers may obtain allot-

the robbery of the Highway Inn hausted," he points out that there ments of rationed foods for feeding
Press Association ; last Wednesday night, according to temporary hired
u.:1: : : J I are 2,241 known bureaus already, in' workers for termsof

,.,- v- 0- 90- 9- SK'-'- Ii'- 'rr"-.'.. "'-, .....""" ..........,.."..J_4v4I 4.1MO A4 ,.. --- Deputy. _Sheriff" .J'u".. Powers..ciiiuauve : '__u existance and others being created '. employment up to 60 days,-
r. : 10 me restaurant:: was: almost daily.Condemning. I' Chauncey W. Butler, District Director -
I like, immensely, the attitude ,of I j seeking such jobs, who are' successful gained by removing a screen and of the Office of Price Admin

Governor-elect Millard Caldwell toward and busy in their own right and raising the window. E. O. Collins, the practice of turning istration: said today. _
his :new job.-Since the elec- who could only assume such State to the federal government for
I sacrifice to their who owns the business, discoveredthe financial aid and handouts, a dangerous Previously allotments were avail-
ition last :May, he has taken advan- duties at actual able only for
desire advancethe place had been broken into whenhe t practice, Voorhis contends workers employed 30
itage Of every 'opportunity to ac- own interests, in a : days or less. :
I that Employers must. continue -
State. simply
the means
tquaint :himself with Florida's many welfare of opened up at 5 a. m. to collect ration :points from
-problems.-Getting into every sec- Such major problems as highway Reported as missing were 22 car- greater -centralized control And regu- workers employed for more..than 60 ,
conservation oil lations and the creation of bureaus
I water -
tion of the state he is meeting and I construction tons of cigarettes, 1 box of cigars days. .
State institutions, to supervise activities within
leases, conduct of
with in all walks of G.
'talking people I. Joe is
1 carton of going to get more
chewing gum, besides the state. gaso-
j are being given
life, studying local conditions and!I finance and
'generally' preparing himself to take I close) and thoughtful study'' by Mill-'' $13 in cash, which was kept in a Admonishing( that there is now a line.After July 25, all service: men oa )

'over the trying duties of Chief Ex- ard Caldwell.-His Inquiry and Investigation cigar box under the counter ,all of bill before Congress to establish furlough 'will get a gallon of gas a

'ecutive with a sound background of into such subjects is not which has been recovered, Deputy socialized medicine which would day. up to 30 'days, 'rather than the .

authentic' information that is up-to- limited to conferences with a few Powers said.Registration. kill the initiative of the medical 5 gallons flat, per furlough, allowed r-:,'
date and gained at firsthand.As industrial or political leaders.HeIs profession and regiment doctors, I previously "
getting out among the people Voorhis warned that. unless the "
peo- Office of
Governor-elect he finds socialites Price Administration officials -
big business executives ando themselves to ascertain first hand Books To ple awake, they will find every activity said the increased furlough. ._
their views on these and other vital of their '
ficials eager and anxious to "makea Open August 7th daily lives controlledby allotment is Designed to aid the
subjects.-He is gathering ideas and
government edict and
: fuss over him.-They would like fighter spending a week or more at
suggestions from farmers, workers, regulation bureaus.It '
:t8 lavishly entertain, throw cocktail I of home, and at the same time, reducing "
housewives, and clerks as well as Registration books will be open was to awaken the people and the '
and gasoline allotment
parties stage mass meetings Y
bankers and bigwigs.He in the office of John L. Hall, bring '
coun- forceably to their attention of those ,.
special events in his honor.-Millard I on frequent 3 or.4 day .,
has carefully avoided that sort of places great faith on the peo- ty supervisor of registration, In the this very danger that Florida Votersfor : week-end furloughs.
thing. I ple as a whole. He contends that courthouse three days a week Au- Constitutional Government was I ;

state problems' are problems of all gust 7-Oct. 14, inclusive, for the organized earlier in the year, and Nothing in tine price control act rk t'
Last week he attended the joint the people not of :any one click or'group benefit of persons who may wish to through a statewide advertising and prevents the farmer who raises

meeting of the Scenic Highlanders, and that their solution lies register to vote in the coming gen- publicity campaign, it has done muchto superior crop'or flue-cured tobacco a -,

Bee Line Highway, Central Florida, in greater interest on the part of eral election. acquaint people. of the staet with from having tie same opportunityas t

Inc., and 'Orange Blossom Trail as- every citizen, backed by a willingness Hall said the days he would be the dangers that confront us if the always of getting a better price
sociations at Silver Springs.-He to assume the obligations of in his office to registrations
accept .
trend toward -State Socialism con- than: paid for(an inferior ,crop, r'
tmade no speeches took no :part in citizenship as well as enjoy its ad- are Monday Tuesday and. Wednes- tinues unchecked. Chauncey_W. Butler. District DIrec- 'r I
the( deliberations, simply sat in the i
vantages.He day, and the hours are 9 a. m. to 12 tor of the Office of Price Admin- .fJ
back of the room modestly quietly J points out that government is noon, 2 to 5 p. m. {Continutd; [
aniI'learning.. Cordial and :
listening 6)f
the "people" and it is within their
,friendly was his greeting to old acquaintances f :
power to demand and secure the Survey Started On CALENDAR 'U
leaving them'with the ----------------
kind of government they desire. In- .
pleasant impression "He's the same LaBelle Short Cut -
dividuals may be wrong, he points
old iiniard"-While maintaining a PROCESSED FOODS
out, but the composite citizenry is Look The
quiet dignity and a certain' amount I going to be right and government in To HarrisburgHendry Blue A8 through A5 (Book 4) to .
of reserve he manages to avoid'any! now valid at 10 points each, for use ,
degree of self-importance, his hat our democratic sense means ultimate with tokens. Good indefinitely.. i Future '
Individual citizens. He
control by
( County News)
still fits and he commands respect MEATS AXD FATS
reminds us that the legislature is A of started the
from all who contact him with his group surveyors Red A8 'through Z8 (Book 4)
subservient to the will of the peo- survey Monday of a proposed road
genuine sincerity, his): poise and his now valid at 10'points each, for use
charm. ple and that what it does or does from the bridge at LaBelle to Harrisburg with tokens., Good indefinitely.
I not do is based on what it, as a on state highway 67. This SUGAR
He hasn't had much to say since feels the people most desire.
body, would be a short cut to Palmdale. Sugar stamps No. 30 and No. 32
the election, but I like what he has It thus becomes the duty of the individual Venus, Sebring and connect with (Book 4) good for five pounds each After The War
said. He talks straight from the citizen to take an active other paved roads north. indefinitely. '.

shoulder and gives the impression interest in state affairs and make The distance on a straight north- CANNING SUGAR You Will Want To ;

a man who has his feet on the known his wishes. east line from ,the Caloosahatcheeriver Sugar stamp No. 40 good for fire
ground but"'who realizes he faces a Florida is fortunate in the choiceof bridge here ,to Harrisburg is pounds canning sugar until Febru-

.. big job and is determined' to give it her Chief Executive. Millard 12% miles, as against the round ary 28, '1945.: Apply to local. boards, Build A Home _J. ,
his best. Caldwell should make an ,outstanding ''J
about 34 miles now necessary to for supplemental rations.: .J ;
If he means what he says, and I Governor but he-- wilt need help, travel to connect with the same ,SHOES L_ ; -

for one, believe he does, he offers all of '
sincere, unselfish help point.
Airplane stamps No. 1 and No. 2 \
little encouragement to political us and this he richly deserves.If The Hendry County Chamber of (Book 3) valid indefinitely. :>

liangers-on, who possessing no real Commerce brought the matter of a FUEL OIL It-WillPaYYOU'Td\ .,. ..t
; :ability or qualifications, hope to secure you are not helping your coun- short cut before the county board Renewal applications for nextseason's \\ .

good paying easy jobs at ,the try by buying Bonds then you,should three, years ago and since that timeit fuel oil rations will be (or f
taxpayers expense. Millard made no has been taken up for consideration have been) mailed out. As soon as NOWCLEWISTON
promises during the campaign and start today.IS both the
occasionally by county coupons are received, fuel oil tanks
"he tells us it is his intention to pick board and state road departmentwith should be filled. Period 4 and 5
the best and ablest men for postsof I no definite results until now. for current i
coupons season good until -
responsibility men who are not YOUR SUBSCRIPTION "" ;,
: September 30. Period 1 couponsfor of
.. .
Soldiers To VoteIn next year now valid. (Alabama, "-.
- & . & &.. . .... . Mississippi and Tennessee not af- .
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November; ElectionHendry 'ected.) REALTY ..

J. E. Beardsley ( County News) coupons now valid in Georgia and DEVELOPMENT '.,

County Judge R. M. Harris said Florida, the Carolinas and Virginia -

Monday that Hendry county soldiers Expire August 8. CORPORATION -
Real Estate who wish to vote in the coming No- A-12 coupons n'ow valid in Tennessee (
] Mississippi and Alabama.
vember general election must first r ;)

obtain a request blank from their ,;,'
Ruth R. BeardsleyInsurance commanding officers.' This is to be

filled out and sent to, R. A. Gray :_: .. '.. ..fil
secretary of state, at Tallahassee,
who in turn sends the request to :k t

' Judge Harris, who mails the ballotto :

E. L. Burkhardt M. M. Fowler A the soldier soldier.must be eligible in' order :I| Alston's Drug Store I;

to vote absentee ballot. Flor- :I .

ida law requires that the soldier !
Hopkins Building must be 21 and properly registered :

i before he can vote. :} i

'; Phone 66 or 27R2 Absentee ballots are to be mail- :I:j: WILL BE CLOSED FOR :f

ed to soldier applicants during Au- :? x
and They must be $_ :
) I,' .:..:H..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..H...K"THANK:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. gust received by September.Nov. 7, which is elec- :( t

i"I :. tion day.Advisory. Committee ::.1. 30 Days Beginning Aug. 9 J.f f

i i Is Formed ::. x *

... .. .[.: While ,Parker Wilson, manager and druggist, =|
.. TALLAHASSEE, July 26FNSJ. ) .
..f. .* Colin English, State 'Superintendent :;|:' is. undergoing medical treatment :&:

-+ ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:.............................................. .;. of Public Instruction, an- -

.t:: .:. nounced this week, the formation of :}. : : I<

; = and all =ITo = an ,advisory committee on education this the. store will be thoro- ;
:j: : our many friends, patrons, to g concerning Florida's resources, :;_= During period ::

_: the people of Clewiston we wish to express :|: whose handbook first duty for use will in be junior to ,preparea and ::_: 'ughly renovated, altered and redecorated.' *.*

::: our thanks for your support and patronage :;|:; senior high schools. :: Those having regular prescription needs :*_:

:_:. during our tenure of business here. We wish jjjl Dr. W. H. Carothers of the Flor- : month's before the date
& ; ida State College for Women was :i: should obtain a supply f .

:.l| to announce that the Clewiston Cafe will close :;_.: named chairman of the advisory: ,iJ
group. Other members are Dewey : of closing. .!..'

|: midnight, July 31. i Hooten, executive secretary of the : .' ..t.. +
: 1
State Planning Board, E. B. Brown- \
ing, President of the Florida Edu- :F :
":J:* Anyone haying trade. cards please bring t cational Association, C. C. Strode, :|t When we re-open in September we willj :;:

.. :r. principal of the Sarasota High :: : 4
be able the ef'-
?.. them in to be. redeemed.: '?.. School, Dr. W. W. Little, Dean of j: to give you same courteous, .

. .,:' '..ti.:.. 'i the University General, Dr.College Doak of the Campbell State, :?:. ficient. service,. from one of the most modern :&):

Mr.' & Mrs. A Tours president Foster, dean of of FSCW the ,education Dr. Charles school R., :.Z: stores', in the Everglades. :.i:

-} University of Miami and Dr. W. T. :
r-. 5
f .!, :!: Edwards and D. E. Williams of the ,.
I State Department of Education. i-

1 1I I '.

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----- O>V.u'" -- TAM ajitrluenZr 'sponsored Y'f /eenuoiirooa Dttnan, in*lUVTBa.
grogram> will fare alright from ajof them. I : __* f

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lit Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Bruce "flying order and weather report,"

Beardsley returned today from a and this was that a shower was pre- VIKING 'HOTEL

\ visit Washington, D. C. Mr. dicted.' With .that the young ladies

; Luella Robbins, who accompaniedthem assisting brought out a large clothes 31st & Collins Avc.BEACH .

I SOCIETY remained to.spend the remainder basket which was refilled many' ,MIAMI

PERSONAL of. the summer at McClain, times before the last gift was open Carlton Brown, Mgr.
Virginia.. ed. Efficiencies & Hotel Rooms
}4 block to bench and bullet '
.;; The complete
couple received a SUMMER RATES

1Ii 1- Sgt. Arthur Delaney ana Cpl. ; set of china, much crystal, pottery, Former operator Churchill Hotel

Carl Conwell, who have been with : linens pyrex and ,other articles for

the Prisoner of War Detachment at their new home.Refreshments .

Ii Billie Blount 'was in the hospital Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Liberty Point, left this week .for of fruit punch and

; this week for a tonsillectomy.Miss I children, and Mrs. R. M. Bishop Camp Blanding, redistribution cen- Individual cakes were served to
I I were Saturday visitors in West ter. Mrs. Delaney accompanied her about 150 guests who attended. G. M. FORDCivil

Ruby Saunders spent this'I Palm Beach. husband and Mrs. Conwell left for
I.J Engineer and Surveyor
1\\ week-end in'Fort Lauderdale.Mr. I her home in Illinois. MRS. OWEN HOSTESS TO
I L. W. Wethington, who has been BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. Specializing In Everglades
and Mrs Bob Dacey were |quite ill in the Fort, Myers Hospital, Rev. and Mrs. David C. Hancockand I Surveys

Sunday visitors in Miami. I returned home last Thursday and is children left Tuesday for Or- Wm. C. Owen was hostess to Phone 66 Clewiston, Fla.

I reported to be improving' rapidly. lando. Mrs. Hancock and the chil- the meeting of her bridge club at

will remain in Orlando visiting her home afternoon.Mrs. .
M. H. Sharpe was a business visitor dren Wednesday
Mrs. Walter Jenkins of Fort with relatives, while Mr. Hancock
in Miami Saturday. I F. Deane Duff was awarded
Beach is here for a two i
attends the Presbyterian
high score prize and Mrs F. E.
Rogers weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. in Chicago.Mrs. .
J. K. business visi- Corikling won the second high prize.
Alston and Mr, Alston.
tor in West Palm Beach Tuesday. Roy Others playing were Mrs. N. V. S.

'- R. N. Smith and children Mumford, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.

Mrs. R. R. Walker and childrenare 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Royals ofIMoore I bobby, Howard and Sally, arrived Otto Larsen, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs.

visiting relatives in ::Wauchula. Haven spent Sunday here Wednesday from Jacksonville to Clarence Neilsen and Mrs. G. B.
I with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Greenberger. spend few days, visiting old friendsin
;. a Thomas. Mrs. R. N. Smith and
1 Matinee 3 P. M. ,:Night 7-9 P. 51.
Mrs. F. Carl Long and daughter, Clewiston and are stopping at the daughter, Sally, of Jacksonville, Sat. and Sun. Continuous
Clewiston Inn. Capt. Smith, who is
tn -
Saturday :visitors were tea guests.
I Jo Ann, were of Jen- 3, 3 7 9 P. M.
, I 1 I Mr. and Mrs. W. Escott : with the U. S. Corps of Engineers .
Fort Myers.!! >
I sen spent Tuesday and Wednesday stationed at Fort Leonard Wood
Mrs. Charles Christian.and daughter -I as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mo., is expecting to leave 'momentarily HONORED WITH SHOWERMrs. j

i!Bailey. ?' for' foreign duty. SUN. & MON, JULY! 30 & 31K5ITil'tOP4E1
Mary Nell, spent Saturday in I ,
l Charles B. Owen recent
, J Fort Myers. l} Cpl. Halson Avant of Camp Mc SHOWER ON THURSDAY
bride, was honoree at a surprise [ \
I A Cain, Miss., spending aj( week'sfurlough '
HONORS relish shower
left last week for aManchester given Thursday night
! E. E. Gross here with his parents, Mr.
vacation 'in I I by Misses Laura Bailey, Florence .
i two weeks' and Mrs. H. C.'IA van t. f rI !
\ Vermont. Mrs. John Donnelly was guest of Graham and Margaret Von Mach at BAIL 1

I -- t honor at a stork shower..and lunch- Mrs. Owens' home.

'' Mr. and Mrs. Larry Walden spent (t{I Mr. and Mrs. J. Dwyer and, Jake Miss eon given by Mrs. Malcolm McKay Games and contests appropriateto niCK POWELL ct T I
I ; City visiting Allie I Proctor Driver, Jr., at her home Thursday the occasion were played and
In Plant
! last week-end Patten the week-end in -Also-
, relatives. \ IVan I Following the delightful luncheonMrs. prizes were awarded to Mrs. I. S. : Shoit and Carteon :' :
I \ I Boca Grande. i Donnelly opened and displayeda Roberta '
H__ Bell, Jr., Miss Spicer and
, -- i large number of attractive and Mrs. Lou Place. TUES.'V D., AUGUST 1 & 2. '
E. M. Cornette was a business 11
: visitor in Jacksonville from Tuesday -I Mrs. J. J. Geiger'' was admitted to useful gUts.Enjoying. Guests spent the latter part of the Double FeatureEI1JE81JNDER .
: -I' '
I J' to Thursday of this week. the Clewiston Emergency Hospital"last the occasion were Mrs. evening hemming tea towels and :'r
: S i i'i week for an emergency opera- C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. L. H. Nash, Mrs. dust cloths for the bride and Mrs. ,

i Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Driver, Laura tion. Charles Bolton, Mrs. G. Pitzen, Mrs.J. Thos. E. Markette was awarded the : r .

t.' .> Ann Owens and Eminent Dugger I :i: F. Tippey, Mrs. Ed Seeger, Miss prize for the best 'handwork. .\

; spent the week-end in Miami. I II Miss Miriam Nail, accompaniedby JuJianne Oglesby" and Miss Laura Refreshments of ice cream and .

i I I I -- t I her cousin, Peggy Stalls of Moore Ann Owens.CELEBRATE. cake were served by the hostessesand ;" '

! Mrs. ,Agnes Pittman and daughter Haven, left Tuesday evening by --- umbrella cigarette holders were

! : are spending a few days this week I train for a visit of several. days in ANNIVERSARY given as favors to the following L' "f'.-.'

I in Miami. \ Lake Wales. >:( WITH SUPPER THURSDAY guests: Mrs. Bell, Miss Spicer, Mrs. : .

---- I Place, Miss Lela Brannen, Miss
)i iI
Misses June Dunaway and I Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Ward, Mrs. Mr., and Mrs. Wm. H. Burkhardt Laura Mattison, Miss Evadene ?

[ Annette Hoffman spent the weekend Foy Durrence and Bonnie Faye: celebrated their fourth wedding an- Moree, Mrs. Markette, Miss Renee '

in West Palm Beach.! I Durrence are leaving Sunday for a niversary''' with a buffet"supper at Wethington, Miss Gloria McDuffie, I iUurAiis' : r1j

Io f' \ two weeks' vacation at Signal Mountain their home Thursday evening. Miss Leah Richaud, Miss Dorothy

1 .r Bernie Thompson made, business Tenn. j Guests at the supper were Mr. and Knight, Miss Allie Proctor Roebuck j f, 1
{'the week- Miss Flora Bell Humphries, Mrs. I '
I trip to Fort Myers. over Mrs. Robert B. Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. "
I ), end. 1. I Mrs. J. Willingham' of Moore Frank 'Veltri, Mr. and. Mrs. Wilson Curtis Thompson, Miss Martha" Nell I .. ;,,.,'

\ )- I Haven and MrsFloyd. Shlelabarger Dozier, Mr. and' Mrs..' Robeit Ruet, Alston, Mrs. L." A. 'Wolff. Mrs. RuthB. THE BATTLE : ,. :#
J ""'- -I o f rt'1VIyers were week-end visitors Owens and Mrs. J. O. Pearce of t .,
$-_,--- Mrs. J. M. Fountain"? returned Mr. and Mrs. James Cheyne, Mrs. FOR I'k i "'
I I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Okeechobee. 's, ."'
Sunday from a two weeks' vacation Joe Walker and Martin Walsh. I 1 NEW BRITAImiUIIMII ,', I II
Roy Alston.
in Highlands, North Carolina.joe I '
__ CARD OF THANKS datjk '

I Schroeder-, Jr:, is spending I\ Mr. and Mrs M.. T., Hook, who ATTENDING CAMP k yRr "

".i i a few weeks in Miami with Mr. and have been visiting here since April Mrs. Gene Powers ,left Monday I wish to take this means of expressing +- S ,
I with their daughter, Mrs. E. E.
my appreciation for the A5I
\ Mrs. T. B. Shelley. with a group of children to spend -
t. I I Kelly, and Mr. Kelly, have return- the many, acts of kindness shown me
two weeks at Catholic summer
i !i? Pvt. John Bledsoe of Camp '!led to their home in: Concord, Ga. camp, Camp Wingman, near Avon at the sudden death of my beloved I

'.' Pickett, Va., is visiting his broth- j husband. -
I Park. IT TIE IIITII !1IH ILT ndIAL I C1111. -
k Dawson Bledsoe. \i Postmaster A. W. Sias returned Elthea Ellis Elmore. ,r BUI At ID TMBOU4M O/f ICI.0N'A.."ORMATIOM.
r ers, M. D. and The children who are pnoying the AXO OUTIIIiUTIO IY BI10 .RADIO.ICTU11CIXC. .
'r I jto Miami Beach this morning where
: -- camp are Patsy Meredith. Jo Ann --- '
,: is stationed with'the U. S. Army, -Also-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Pirkle 1 jhe
Pitzen, Nancy, Buzzie and Timer JANE EYRE"
left Saturday on a vacation trip to i after spending a three-day leave at'' Powers and Nada and David Thie- EQUIPMENT FOR --

I Lake Worth and other East Coast his home. --L 1 len. i TI1URS. & Fill., AUGUST 3 & 4'
" I RENT Also contract
points. I -
: 'J'j '. Mr. and Mrs. ,H. C. Hill and chil- "Coney Island"Also
.. --
their home in Tif- Waldens Honored plowing and discing. -
returned to
!t Mrs. I. S. Bell;. Jr., and Miss dren TAt Cartoon and XewsSATURDAYAUG ? r
Marion DeLozier spending this e ton, Ga., Thursday after a visit here t
are Shower' GivenIn Phone 106-W J Clewiston
ST 3THfosuiiiiao .
week-end in Tampa visiting rela-,1' with her sister, Mrs.iE. M. Cornette ,

tives. .. and Mr. Cornette. I t Plant City !: after 6p.m. 1 l tcJohnson's
r s
Ers ,
.- I. -- Miss Mary Louise". Thomas left .1: nos j
( J. E. Beardsley was guest speaker -
Monday for New York City where Mr. am1 Mr-C-Larry T. Walden.
'p at a Ladies Night meeting of the -
Jr., of this r'fv ware; honor guests at ffEWYog.u
she was met by an aunt who is tak-
Moore Haven Lions Club last Thurs-
day evening. ing her on to Connecticut for: a few a shower given t'en'weeks!' ago tonight Fish Camp I a : .

weeks visit. ,1 J.Mr. J. in Plant Citv. where they were (Near Hurricane Gate) \ .
three'H'nrl with rela-
spending :
Glen Davis has been dischargedfrom ---- Clcwiston.! Fla. I ;
the hospital here where he I and Mrs. W. D Wylie are the tives. The following:', account of the Boats \fotors-nnide: Servlre t WEI Sm LLEf I'1A99EEIi

underwent an appentectomy recently I parents of a baby girl born Monday affair is taken from .the Plant City Rates Reasonable John Sheffield Virginia Grey Charles Btckford
Pad Kelly Chill
Clewiston Courier Wlllf Dk.ct.d by RICHARtt.
morning at the Emergency : "'. If. Johnson.FOR litT. I IT THORPE Product by Fndnitk Stochonl
II l
Hospital. The uaby weighs 8 Mr. and Mr!?, Larry Walden, Jrt, also CARTOON and

Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hundert-, pounds, 13: oz., and both mother and of Clewiston were honor guests at a
I nicely.. shower Friday night at American I
mark returned Sunday from a two- daughter are doing
.s .. ............ .... ........ ...... .,........ .. I
I weeks' vacation which they spent in I -,- Legion Home on Lake Thonotosassaroad : : : : : : : : : : : : :..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : i ir

< ..' Palatka and at Palm Beach. I Mis. Ruth B. Owens spent several given bv Mesdnmes Alva Hic'IcB.Emery :i: :
days this week on business in Sparkman: Marvin Sparkman I ?
.1 .:
Mrs. Luther bwens left Satur, Tampa. She returned by Okee- and Mis. ,S. B Poarkman. Tho cou- :: TAXICABS ::: ,

day for a month's vacation withrelatives ,I chobee and was accompanied home nle were married '. on July 2 at ..;.. DAY AND KITE SERVICE :i: hhapteror .c
in Arkansas and Miss by her sister, Mrs. J. 0. Pearce, who Clewiston. !hp' being the former t .nano uuln n
issippi. 'I will remain here for a visit. Miss Doris Hodges of that city. \, :i: PHONE 18 :: -I

--- The Legion home scheme was attractivewith :.;:-.....-...-.-..:-.-..."...n.. ...._..__.:.u..._.:.._._..._._.............. .._,.._,.'u'..._...._...'._._.'._._.'._.'.:.' I "'UIa1 .'

I a pink color roses :_ :. ,.,..--.-.... .. .j.jI
) - zinnias I begonias and pink ----r.-
_. -_ _-_:', ,- -_ ._ '. .- : .- : _., : =:- .;.. .t." candles being used effectively.Mrs. _.

S. B. Sparkman: greeted 'Todo"s-- i

i guests at the door and in the receiving I CQiVii-GRAPH ,,. PetersGuaranteed ]1 1

.> line were the honor guests
Seminole Liquor Store other hostesses! and Mis. Larry
Walden. Sr, Martha Sparkman and '

Betty Sabeniak presided over the

bride's bonk and Jane Maxwell. 1 Automobile, ,
Anne Novak Marvin Pparkman and 1 r ti.r''s .-" A".
Jean Barker assisted in seating
guests and taVine the gifts. Repair Work .1

LARGEST SELECTION OF LIQUORS Miss Betty Zornes played a number I
of piano !selections' Mr Dtp : .J-j

Tracey sane ''A Perfect ,Day." with HENDRY

: AND WINES IN THIS AREA Miss Zornes as accompanist; Miss ,I
Cleo Carter gave la musical reading a

.:j. "That Old Sweetheart of Mine" bv u COUNTY

Free Wine and Drink Recipes James Whitcomb Riley, with Miss I MOTORS.
Delva Walden f\?: accompanist Laterin
the evening, Miss Carter cave two E.

and "Ain't Nothin1 to Laugh At" 1

Miss Walden played a medley of .
'IJ .
songs on her accordion.
Arch Simmons, Prop. Mrs. Alva Hicks called for Mr. "Here is today's diet Dr.Jones prescribed for me. and I

f Walden ,,,who Is instructor for Em- bring a juicy porterhouse'steak along too!" i

bry-Riddle Company: air field at '.. -

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I:love the vum 'outdoors l '""-,.

PROUDLY: ? is the
5 0 mucK, .. best
gift of mental
The ever-chznginq -- .WHITE 6 ?f7Iti: /& W.N.U.TEATURE deficiency of heart is power the ,cause and ;' ._1'of /

and blue I many men never becoming )
THE STORY THUS FAR: Llent. Col. all the flying worn-out as we were all great. I
they had to send us. Sometimessix -Bulwer.
I Feel for Kurtz, Flying Fortress pilot, tells I
so sorry Frank but at least we didn't have to keep would start out from God
of that fatal day when the Japs struck In Tampa hath no regard to the :
Fee.t stations on any other plane now, or Field and maybe two would arrive
my the Philippines Eight of his men are multitude of words, but to the
Shut op -a.ilfey killed fleeing for shelter and Old 99 Is have the nightmare of maybe crash- at Malang. During the whole monthof purity of the intent.-Molinos.

demolished before It can get off the ing into someone else. January we got only half a dozen."

< in stiff / ground. Kurtz escapes to Australia, "Then suddenly we had a breather "We were in the old 7th, which How beautiful is youth! how bright

dark shoes. spends Christmas there, and then flies a for the clouds vanished behindus came out to reinforce you," said With it gleams
Fortress to Java. On a mission to Master its illusion s,aspirations,dreams!
ti.1'CAru! and we were floating free out Sergeant Charles T. Reeves,
Davao In the Philippines their squadronhits into the abyss of a cloud canyon- the bombardier. He had been sit- r -LONGFELLOW.We .

a battleship, and sinks two cruisersand from the same old one. Peering down, I ting beside the pilot; under the often read of the motherof
a transport. They take off genius
seemed to see the wisps of that plane's wing. but seldom realize
0 Malang Field for a target off Borneo, that back
and fly through terrible fog for hours. canyon's bottom practically trailingon "So was I," said Master Sergeant est inventions of many of our great-

Then they pull out of It they' see a the dull-green jungle-clad moun- Rowland A, Boone, the gunner, who is the inspirationof

WNU Features. frightful black cloud which proves to be tains far below. I doubt if there sat next to him. Mother.

smoke from burning Dutch oil fields in was even a thousand feet of ceiling, "On the day of Pearl Harbor, the

Borneo. Dutch had fired their fields. so, we ,kept on our course. When we 7th was sitting on Hamilton Field,

finally cleared the weather-we were I California-poised, waiting for one

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT CHAPTER X out over the Java Sea south of new plane to'come off the Boeing

Borneo-we were so far out that I assembly line before we took off 1RIPlE 512E
"I finally decide to give it that realized we'd passed the point of across the Pacific for Manila. Of 1

thousand, and if I get back, let no return. The only way we couldgo course the big news from Hawaii

BIRTH CERTIFICATESBirth them jerk the wreck and put in a on now was towards Java, which canceled that trip. We'd have to go I

new one. With that extra thou- was the nearest land. around the world another way. Taxed Windows tit

Certificates-Send 50ci for blank sand now, maybe I can get over the "When I finally saw Surabaya "Then they put me to work ferry- In France in the 18th century
end full information for any state in the Field had less than feet of ing E's from the Sacra- '
Union United Birth Certificate Service target-we're about to begin our we 1,000 factory to all windows were taxed.:
:05 Riepler Bid;., Little Rock Arkansas. bomb runs-and bag a cruiser, which altitude left and I didn't dare think mento," continued the Gunner. "I

is a good trade for a ruined air- how little gas. So I didn't try to was picking 'them right off the as-

FINANCIALSEND J plane motor. circle-just dropped my wheels, sembly line, two or three a day.It .

"Now we're approaching the exact asked for the wing flaps, and set would have been wonderful if we SNAPPY FACTS

37 STOCKS FOR THIS WITH LIST position of the, target, and I be- her down on that short runway, and could have had that many in Java.

BRIGHT PROFIT PROSPECTSWe gin to realize the predicament I'm But the bottleneck then was pilots ABOUT
see enormous profits ahead for these -the
companies. Following successful invasion in. Because if I lose another motoron planes were all stacked up I

Jremendous markets will open up leading the same side, I'll have little IIJ1 I waiting for them, and no matter how
10 highs in Great profit I
new earnings. pos- fast
build Fortresses can'tjerk
sibilities in these 37 stocks. chance of getting this plane home. / you you dJARUBBER
$1 for this list, tear out and mail ad with a kid out of a Beechcraft trainer -
four address and $1. Free with this offer "All the time Jim's doing his best
? and
next 4 issues of The Outlook, a service for put him in a Boeing. And by
Investors. Offer open to new readers only. to stay with me, but I continue to the way, when we got back to the
STANDARD i POOR'S CORPORATION fall back. And just then Harris my
J15 Hudson St.A-369-FNew York II, N.Y. States this summer, the bottleneckwas Add (
bombardier, peering down throughthe still pilots. They still had sev- new rubber-producing
broken overcast, calls, 'Target eral plants: ,the ficus pumiia linn .' '" oJ',
dozen E's stacked up orr the
-Bay War Savings Bonds"w&'j ahead.' I'm glued to the PDI needlenow and the Chronemorpha ma-
field for
factory waiting men to fly
but when my bombardier startsto them. crophyllq. Both widely grownin

make his run and the bomb-bay China, if anyone is inter-
"I'll never forget first look at
. ested in these
doors their extra dragon tongue twisters!
come open, the E-model Fortress. She had that (J
the air slows me down still more 'i
rii big dorsal fin, and she looked a lot The peoples of the world should
and I fall further behind Jim as I
bigger-more deadly, too. Becausenot the ultimate beneficiaries of '1'be
fi Gt trim the ship both to compensatefor <
only were there tail guns, but the wer.born,large-scele compel!* ,;
those open doors and to keep 'frr ;
much better side guns. And a whole tion between natural rubber and '"ri!
the wing which carries that limping
: stack of power turrets. On the old synthetic rubber In the opinion of f
... :J
. engine from falling. D model, the angle of fire from the John L.Collyer, president of B. F. .'n '..

"Then over my earphones Jim is 1 1ca11ing' radio guns and the belly guns had Goodrich. He anticipates that this .
: ,
: 'Bombs away, Frank-I'm been very small, but this was benefit.may be In the form of '"
turning off the target,' and far aheadI corrected in E and the '.'
r the top tur- lower-cost materials to the public ,
can see the sun glint on his up- '
!: ret was. a honey! and the wider use of rubber made' :
cocked wing as he heads for home. I
SIMPLE I "It doesn't hurt to talk about the possible by Its low cost In many t
But I'm still on the PDI needle, t
D model, because the enemy have new applications. ,
bombardier has picked a

my beautiful target-a gang of trans-up more captured secret plenty than of the them.Model T It's Ford.no .:

T MREA ports and a cruiser down through sit7rB.FGodn "; ':
: But in those days the E was a sur-
: the; overcast, the sea is laced with
prise package-like the new F modelis
their curving wakes as they try to now.i a .j

get away-but he can't seem to hold
** tl "And, when something Is reallynew _
{ '- anyone of them in his sights long
the combat boys who have to
,'," : a io't enough to make a good run. take it,"up' 'don't want it blabbed I 3",1

L..H j "Finally Harris, in desperation, around. For instance when we were

- When somethingyou've eaten causes pleads over the interphones, 'Frank, still out East, a copy of an American .

simple diarxhaa, take soothing I just can't hang onto that cruiser- magazine arrived which gave a

, PEPTO-BISMOL.It brings prompt relief let's turn east.' complete diagram of the E. It ,' '

,r to upsets in stomach and intes- 'Can you just hold it, Frank?' showed everything-the angle of fire '
tines.Tastes good and does good.Askyour pleads Harris over the }interphones. iII of every: gun, even the break in the ;

druggist for PEPTOBISMOLwhen Just hold it, and we'll hang out fire angles for the propellers. There
stomach is .
your upset.A one in just a second!' got Col. Eubank on the telephoneat weren't many blind spots on the E

NORWICH PRODUCTIRRITATIONS "And then Jim where an enemy fighter can sneak '
Connally, 'For Malang. He was :most anxious. ee
God's sake, ,drop your bombs and in, but this diagram showed every

come on, Frank!' I can see Jim in could be thankful the Japs had left
the distance, getting smaller and me my hydraulics so that my brakes gang talked over that

SUIN OF smaller. would stop me on that strip. damned picture for days. 'Holy

EXTERNAL CAUSEAcne "Harris the bombardier "We taxied into our revetment arid Smokes!' Ave said, 'why don't they ,
pimples eczema: factory derma- down from the navigator's compart- I got Colonel Eubank on the tele- give the Japanese a. set of blue- 1, :(Jf J[

titis,ample ringworm tetter salt rheum, phone at Malang. He was most prints!' In addition, it showed the
bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken- ment, couldn't see. anything when A Soothing
, out ekin. Millions relievo itching, burn- his bomb train hit the surface. But anxious; I was the only one he'd exact position of every man on the ANTISEPTIC SA nv u;.

fag and soreness of these miseries with the tub heard from. I could only tell him plane, so the Japs could work in
'gunner, peering straight
Used by thousands with satisfactory .o'
simple once. Aids home healing treatment., works Goes the to antiseptic work at down from the belly of the ship, what I thought were the results of through the' blind spots and pick us suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi re.
turned out later that ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write
the mission. It
tray. Use Black and White Ointment he of them smack
only swears saw one go off."It Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Term.TO .
r as directed. lOco 25c, 60o sizes. 25 years' down for a direct hit on a Jap the other planes had all come downat was all stuff we knew the

success. Money-back' guarantee., Vital cruiser. Kendari and Samarinda Japanese didn't know, because all ::;

in cleansing is good soap. Enjoy fa- "He told me to take my crew the E's we had lost up to then had ;:
mous Black and White Skin Soap daily. "With my limping motor, I could
of sit back and really begin to worry.I and stay overnight at the hotel in either dropped in the ocean or CHECK E& 1)t) jAi 'f

tried to level off, but of course I ,Surabaya and come back to Malangthe burned after beaching.,'My God' the r'.

couldn't. I knew we were somewhere next morning. It was the first other gunners said. 'They're sell- i % IN 7 DAYSeahe666

altimeter showed we were 24,000 feet port metropolis of Java except from just as well take the guns off the

I t\ rot MIIOI cm HID run OF high, and in spite of everything I the air-months since we'd seen any plane ,and let the Japs shoot us

uu RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO was doing we were dropping 100 big city. Here were stores, and glit- down!' That picture' knocked our .

rl' feet lower every minute. I thoughtOf tering bars, movie houses, and the morale for days.

the picturesque natives and the Dutcha "Let's get back to the trip over," ..p
field .
landing on camouflaged
't East. said the Bombardier. ';In planewe .. .
Borneo but pageant of the Far But we my -
,. here on we might be "'
L C /J ,
words left the States December 28. I'd ,
rl' r a too low even to bail out if we nosed were tired beyond any I ,'". .,',. .. ,',:_ \ .; > '
Christmas-missed din- cr.
those eleven had
have to tell, from anda a ; !"
this dense e-
down through weather }_..::: ri t

and couldn't 'find the field at once. half hours in the air. The longest' ner because we' were mind out testing TaVLeIl.-.. ...,. ,.... ." >':t "':'J.. ....,
100 mission I'd ever flown. The, man guns-but didn't' much, be- Those with tanned dark skin L.' : w.'." {
dropping feet
"Now a minute, itching to externally canaedwhowant it i
of this big hotel wanted to cause we were get over
Large Bottleli ou m* aj'l22-Small Size hoc if can keep it from falling ager lighter, smoother softer should'
you no occasion of it. and into it. try Dr. FRED Palmer's Skin
make a big
JItClITIa. : m OUT AS CISECUB- Whitener. .''
faster than that, at the end of the UseYdays redirected :
IT ALl CCOO DUG SICKS it Bt Kill.receipt tl price "As we were approaching Brazilwe If not satisfied MONEY BACK. r
first hour you'll be down to .' t Zpc nt druggiau. FREE Samplo.
MCNEIL 18,000; hell of front
: page co..i 151.JKISOIHUE 4. FLOIIDa ran into a a couldn't Send ZepoBtafto to GALbNOL.
the second hour, 12,000; the third "We soon got our first reinforce- get over it so our navigator could Dept. S, Box 2&J. Atlanta,Ga ''. <

hour, 6,000. So you see how it is. 'If ments," Frank Kurtz continued. take sun shots'and find out our posi- Dr.FredPalmer'sSkinWhitenerTo 'i'Y"

WNU-7 29-44 you've got gas enough for four hours "They were Fortresses of the brand- tion, weren't sure where in hell we

.' you've got barely enough altitude to new E model. We'd heard them were. My pilot, Captain Duane MONTHLY
" / relieve distress of
',' make it back to Java, I argued with talked of in the States but I'd never Skiles, first went up to 15,000, but

myself. seen one. There were many improvements there wasn't a break. Then he went Female WeaknessAlso

"But it was going to be tough on but most vital of all back down through it, staying just

! the other boys. We'd been on oxy- were the new tail guns.. The old D 100 feet above the Atlantic. We Fine Stomachic Tonic)

j gen for four hours, and ordinarilyafter model which I flr.w had been almost hoped we were headed right for our ( 4Lydia
And Your E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
", Strength and a fight in the high k air, whichis defenseless there; if a Zero field at Belem, but we didn't know. Is famous to relieve periodic

Energy Is Below Par a'strain on everyone, the first came in directly on your tail, you Finally I'' called to him over the pain and accompanying nervous
I It may be caused by disorder of kIdney thing you do is bring her down to the and said that in weak, tired-out feelings-when due
h function that permits poisonouswaste had to depend on cross fire put interphones my old to functional monthly disturbances. '.,
,. to accumulate. For truly many 12,000 so everyone can take off his out from the plane flying next you on geography book, it said you could Taken: regularly-Plnkham's Compound .
people feel tired, weak and miserable mask and relax. Only I had to hang the helps build up resistance '
If were alone the line where yellow Ama-
i 1 when the kidneys fail to remove excess your you you see against such annoying symptoms
I ', acids and other waste matter from the onto my precious altitude, and it were a goner. zon mixed into the blue Atlanticas Plnkham's Compound Is made
I! '. blood.YOJI may Buffer nagging backache would be another two hours beforewe "The boys who flew these new E's far as four hundred miles out to especially for women-it helps na-
ture and that's the kind of medicine
1 rheumatic pains, headaches dizziness had fluttered down to 12,000.: were old friends of ours, the 7th sea-maybe he could pick this up to buyl Follow label directions.

" getting Sometimes up frequent nights, leg and pains scanty, swelling.urination I "But it seemed it was the only Bombardment Group-friendly rivals and follow it in. LYDIA
with smarting and/burning is an- thing: to do, so I told ,my navigator in the Air Corps to our 19th "Sure enough, we found this line rrsIrpnunrRIPCVGETABLE
t other sign that is with
the kidneys of bladder.something wrong : Walt Seamon, to set a course for i Group. We'd competed with them at between yellow and blue. But we

There should be no doubt that prompt; Malang Field. Then it was up to I maneuvers and in practice bombingat were farther out to sea than we'dfigured.
treatment is wiser than Use
Doan' PiU. It Is better neglect.to rely on a me. I tried every trick in the book Muroc Lake back home. By the time we hit shore,

; medicine that has won countrywide ap- and a few I'd heard of to keep that "But in January the reinforce- we were plenty low on gas and an ( .,
proval than on something less favorably :
known.Doan' have been tried and tc$-; rate of fall from rising, because if ments were a little thin trickle of hour overdue. It was getting dark, "

ed Get many Doan't years. Are at all drug stores. it went to 200 or 300 feet a minute the thousand planes we hoped for. and there are no lights in that jun- "
today. ""
only for a few minutes I knew we'd Of course they were then terribly gle-now and then you'd see a glint "Cio-Bnish'AppIiutor i ,

lose the plane. The automatic pilot short of seasoned pilots, and often of a native with a torch down there. JUST A L mates"BUCK U F 40GO '

was out (a little gadget had busted, quickly trained kids were flying We couldn't pick up Belem, and we DASH IN FEATHERS.. MUCH FAETKO*

and of course we had no spare them, and cracking them p' all had just twenty minutes' gas left. OR. S P R E A D !: iRg.Og jsr

parts), so my co-pilot and I had to do across Africa and Asia. But it was (TO BE CONTINUED)

,/ .




r j Sun Fashions, Jumper Dresses .

i 1. f Reflect the Pinafore Influence o-pp :

looking at
i/; ... a. "-" -

i I'I'i I By CHERIE NICHOLAS HOLLYWOODAFTER When you purchase brown sugar When men buy their work pants

place it in a glass jar and put in a have them get the longest length
small piece of bread, which will leg. Cut off at the desired length .
dry out and the sugar will stay and save pieces for patches. In
11 years and 50 pictures soft. this way you have material of
I II under her mahogany tanned same color wHen needed.
midriff Sheridan afford to
Ann can
The window sills will be easier *
sit down and reflect on her life
to keep clean if wax them
you To
remove paint from
in Hollywood. Seemingly your
each time after
I washing.
Ann has plenty to reflect on. try fingernail polish re
*, *
I I'I Hollywood holds no secrets for the mover. It works like magic and
'I flame-thatched Annie. She's been Those rubber rollers on your does not leave an odor like turpentine
around. She cooks. washing machine are precious. If does when you use it. I
they have begun to lose their grip, also find polish remover just the .
"If this town ever gets down on ,,
me'," Ann. says, "it will have onl: rub them lightly with coarse sand thing for taking off the gum left ;::1
paper to remove the glaze. Then on your skin after removing an ."
1/ Itself to blame, 1
/ liecause it was wipe off with a damp cloth. adhesive band ge.
1f .
1r 1i" Hollywood ;
( )poked me up;

f rot the other way Smart Crocheted Calot

I r ':sound."As a"matter offact. and Bag I ,

I was mind .:,j
I _' ing my own business spring accessories colorful .' .;
studying to calot with smart ,bag to match.
be a teacher at & This daisy pattern is easy to mem ,:
Northwest StateTeachers' orize. '
i ,
college Ann Sheridan "
in Texas, when I Pattern 770 contains directions for hat ,1
and purse; stitches; list of materials required. ,
got word to pack up and leave for ';

Hollywood." Send your order to: ;'
What happened was this: In 1933 .

Paramount studios conducted a Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. :]
highly publicized "Search for 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, 111. .
,.. when they wanted 15 of '
Beauty, Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to ;
the'prettiest girls and 15 handsomest cover cost of mailing) for Pattern ':]

lads in the land. No_ ,t I

Surprise Beginning, Name .j''

r Unknown to,Ann, her sister, Kitty, Address I
rf.f.: submitted her picture to the con :,',
test's Texas district office. John
; 1\\
Rosenfield, drama editor of Dallas '
News, served as the district judge.It YOU CANT BUY !
more in aspirin,than the assurance'of ;
was he who telephoned Ann at
quality and purity guaranteed when you '
nearby Denton, Texas, and told her buy St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest ."I j
) to catch the next train for Holly seller at lOji. Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.Every&ody : :

' tr !r Z t4 Al 1 1I wood. That's how the whole thing .:
1' happened. It should be noted that of ,.. i'

I, t .., THE word "pinafore"" is cer- the 30 youngsters who made the trip, ....}:.
having a tremendous influence Annie was the only one who stuck, "

in the styling of the pretty- cinematically speaking. .
pretty wash frocks which are the frocks and playtime dresses and Annie's birthplace, Denton, Texas, 'i :
pride and joy of every woman, child party gowns, that material glazed' is a, hamlet-40 miles from Dallas.To ,:r {
and teen-ager who has a yen chintz, in colors so delicious, fruit save tune-wasting questions, MEDALLIONS crocheted to look '
: ; for the daintily feminine in'dress. and flower patterns so tempt Ann has often said her birthplace full-petaled garden daisies .<;
r A pinafore used to be just a pinafore ingly realistic and lovely, that was Dallas, but Denton it was, andshe's combine to make thrilling

described in the dictionary as they really must be seen to be appreciated proud of it. She manages to 4
r "a sleeveless apron protecting the for mere words cannot get back there at least once a year "
tf! front of a child's dress." But now describe them. And the good news for family huddles with her mother,
\ the question is, when is a pinafore about them is that this season they Mrs. G. W. Sheridan, her three sis
I a pinafore for not only are are processed with an everglaze fin ters, Kitty, Mabel and Pauline, and Loves Them
young givls taking to, wearing the ish that stays crisp and lustrous brother George. Her dad died a few ,
..' f-; must charming.pinafores eye e'er beheld through repeated launderings. Rosy years'ago.'Probably. ja*
:.\ '. as'.sun'frocks,...bufc.thi eurrTrner-: "recT apples pattern the chintz that the big difference between
1 the pinafore influence is going that makes the charming sun fashion to Annie and her Hollywood sisters ( iIJ/P '
-" strong yoii see it Deflected in many the left, and, for the other model, under the makeup lies in the ,
OA the mc'st bewitching wash dresses it's the full-blown rose that lends fact that when the studio that '.
'.1'.1''I that ever graced a, summer fashion indescribable loveliness to a most brought her to Hollywood unceremoniously FLAKES
>'. picture. charming sun frock. tossed her out, Ann CORN
$ The'two lovely-to-behold sun fashions The fashion these days is for didn't go home crying for mother.
,', i pictured in the foreground of mothers and their small daughters Annie stuck it out, taking what "The,Grains are Great oods"-16K L .
It- the illustration, have gone decidedly to wear jumper frocks or pinafore ever parts a number of dog-meat Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you p
t. pinafore in their, styling-but they frocks alike in everything but size. companies tossed her way until, in nearly all the protective food elements
really are dresses.- It's just such be- You will be entranced with the cunning 1937, she struck pay dirt-a good of the whole grain declared essential COHN"
guilingly simple (frocks as these mother-daughter companion role in "The Great O'Malley," with to human nutrition.
made of the most fascinating cottons frocks and also aprons that are Pat O'Brien, Humphrey Bogart, and F LA K E S
f and other delectable washables making such a fascinating showing a fine supporting cast at Warner's. .. %
t that ever one might hope to see, in the season's style parade. The Barring one instance in 1941, when
*hat are taking the fashion world by mother and daughter twosome a salary dispute led to a brief suspension

( storm this summer. shown above in the picture is typical Annie and Warner have
If there is one material beloved of the now-so-popular trend. been lovey-dovey ever since. She's VERONICA lAKE
more than another'!this season for never for
Here again we see the, pinafore influence stopped delivering profits speaking :
f the making of pretty little garden reflected in the styling of 'em. ,.

these attractive jumpers. Made of Never Misses Co-Starring in "50 PROUDLY WE HAIL/'a Paramount Picture.

sheer cotton seersucker, these Seasoned and mature Ann
;. Black Magic today,
dresses are as practical as they Sheridan has proved to her bosses 't:
are good-looking. Notice how the that she '.
can playa great variety of .$
,_ ,,, ,.,... j jtJ
: f< 'rI W f. l<<;< h' ) :>'*j'z<:;: ; ;WM:>:: W$ Y""MW paisley stripe has been used like' a roles. As Randy in "Kings Row"and
: border around the waist and
as as the Norwegian patriot in
I shoulder straps on the bibs. The HEdge of Darkness"! Annie laid solid
blouses are of fine "cotton batiste ,claim to a reputation far removed
"dolled up"I too pretty for words from her original oomphie (and how
f : with ribbon- drawn: embroidered she hates the word "oomph") roles.

beading. j At this writing, she's a brittle, tJ tJl'
You can get the loveliest seer amusing, sophisticate in "Dough- tJr
f suckers this season that make up girl ." In "Torrid Zone" she was
to a nicety in the new pinafore sun hot :and sultry, but not plain. She
fashions, some with florals in gorgeous fairif sleeked her way through "The
colorings, others in the new Man Vho( Came To Dinner." Name f
11 11t fashionable stripes and all thor it andi i Ann does it. :r
oughly practical in that they can Th two attempts Ann has made 4:
be washed in a jiffy and require I at a happy marriage both found ;;
I little or no ironing. ered. She became Mrs. George
t You'll love this season's cham- Brent on January 5, 1942, and was t
I brays which come in exquisite divorced from him a year later. ,
pastel monotones, in stripes and Previously she and Eddie Norris,
[ sometimes prettily be-flowered. now overseas, had a whirl at mar .
These are made up with all sorts of riage which also cracked at the
( frills and furbelows and arc often seams. Those close to Annie swear
plentifully adorned with laces or that she's about to take off with .f.fl
eyelet embroidery. Then there's Steve Ilannagan, the public relations
pique, don't forget pique! Perfectly expert. As I write this, she's .fj l
Jo.t shinning are the apron dresses of joining him in Florida. Maybe, by
pique so primly starched and so now she's Mrs. Steve.
handsomely trimmed in eyelet pique Square Shooter j
bands and
rufflings. But if Annie and marriages don'tseem
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to get along, she at least is 1
tremendously popular with all the A dentist's dentifrice
White for Gloves Hats
--- Bags men at Warner's. From cameramen I
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Sheer black is certainly holding The vote for white accessories is to press agents, they're solidly Calox was created by a dentist for per
.; t r. its own in matter of high fashion overwhelmingly in the majority this behind her. They like her. She's sons who want utmost brilliance consistent 1
;; rank this summer. Here is a pretty- summer. There is widespread call down to earth; completely natural, with utmost gentleness. 1
as-a-picture short black dinner for large hats in white straw with and can joke along with the best of Scrupulous cleansing.Your teeth have {
frock. It is a perfectly new 1944 very little trimming save a band them-and does.I .
.:; :.I summer creation that is made with and a bow Hats of stark white think Annie gets along better a notably dean feel after using Calox. .""" -""':;;;'_ .. "'''
'toc fJ'
-.' a bl use of exquisitely sheer black starched lace are ultra smart also. with men than with women. Her 2.,Calox gently cleans away surface >r POWO" 5:
j lace, posed over flesh-color chiffon. Shoes either of white suede or very own sex often gets Annie peeve stains, loosens mucin plaque. I'; ('iiII. < 'f i$'I
.,, :f This unique midriff treatment is entirely fine white kidskin range from She knows their little tricks and .
.1 new and the dress is made bare-toe and bare-heel pumps also duplicities and doesn't like them. 3. Made by McKesson & Robbins, :: 't.t:
f distinctive with this sophisticated dressy sandals to play shoes of She comes clean and expects others Bridgeport,Conn.-a laboratory with V" '' ,: #'''i
.! styling technique. The rayon crepe, every description. Gloves are either to do the same. When they don't, over 100 years'experience in making :"''''M+\' i
:. straight, slim skirt and the pert: pep- "shorties" or of the long cover-arm she letei l them !know it Don't try fine drugs.I' ;So j
; lum are very modern style touches type. Yes, it's a white season for any devious tricks on Ann Sheridan.
also. accessories. She'll ti/ike your hea d off. I


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ANSWERS TO LANDend- MRS. THOMAS: LY ;N. : P )HL and ELLA; BORRENPOHL' way -..._..__....__.__......._..___.?..__.11 43 33 lonal Farms
their wives, and if dead, the un- : :.is iv'fc, V 'ncdy Illinois : ind- SE14 of NEVi south of Nine recorded in Estate Plat
IfJS'OW YOUR ARMY: Ant FORCES known spouses, heirs, devisees. '"L'TIA RR'SNPOHL TWEN-1 Mile Canal, less right of page 61, Lee Plat Book 4,
(c (1 Installment grantees, Ted: '"rs or ot"0 I' pr sties HKKAL and PAUL TWENHHF- way ...-.___:.._._.....___...._._...._._..11 43 331! ords and County Rec-
claiming by through nnder" AI her ht.sb'jnd, Gorh In
1. P-40 (WarHawk). or against said named parties; '" T: Mile Canal, less right of I 2, page 68 Plat Book

'2. Greater speed, less weight. R. H. JOHNSTON, who ;5' not I Po, renpohl.: deceased; the heirs.1;' way .....+..__.___...__,..______11 43 33 ty Records, Hendry_..._.... .-....._-.Coun-.. __....... 7 43 34
known t" l'"1 el"' -r nl'oOf' '"" --i, devisees, grantees creditors or NW % of SE'4, less right 01'I has been filed
"3. Norden hombslght. and If nlive. MRS. R. H JOHNSTON I other parties claiming by through: way _..______..._.?.........._..__.._.11 43 33S'V14 The suit is pending against you.in the Circuit Z
4. B-25 (Mitchell). his wife and ir'dead the under or against William Bor- I of SE 4, less Road _11 43 33 Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
Skymaster-cargo, Marauder-, unknown spouse, heirs, devls-es, I renpohl deceased.GEORGE ; SEVi of SEJ/4, less Road ....11 43 33 of Florida: in and for Hondry County
5. grantees creditors or other r. r- AZOO, who Is not'''II NEVI of NE% less Road and and Is styled
-medium bomber, Alracobra-flghter, ties claiming! by, tluo-igh under I I known to ba either dead or alive, less right of" way ......-._.._..-,-15 43 33 District a public"Sugarland quasi corporation Drainage:

'Supertortress-heavy bomber. Mus or agflnst said R. II. JOHNSTON: I. and If alive MRS. GEORGE WVi less of NE'4 of less Road. ... and..._. under the laws of the State of Florida
AZOO. wife _
O. T. .RUSSELL, and. MRS. O. his and I if dead, the right way 15 43 33 Plaintiff: v' Jt B- Hendry, ct ,al., De-
tang-fighter. ui.xnown spouse, heirs, devisees, S'V1of NE%, less right ofway fendants." .
6. For its'unusual bombing range T.tan: ,RUSSELL Kansas;, his wife Minhit- grantees, creditors or other parties I, .-..- ... .. .. .......__... ...15 43 IT IS ORDERED that you the de-
claiming by, through under ,, SEyt of 1'f.e ; right of 33\\ fendants In
for B-17 combat crews. The range JOHANNA J3CRRENPOHL. widow I' -aerainst the said George Azoo; way _._.... ___..__...___..___15 43 file an appearance the suit in, such are required to
features simulated enemy. targets, of William norrenpohl, de- .; WILLIAM H. WOODWARD and NE% of SWVi, less right of I on the 21st day of August, 1944, and
ceased. Hovleton. Tilino's, IRIiNSBORRENPOHL MRS. WILLIAM: H. WOODWARD, way and less railroad right that In default
'fixed and movable. KASTEN and his wif, 140 Valley Road, 'Webster -I of way _____....,..__.___15 43 33 allegations of the of your bill for appearing foreclosureof : the
7. Navigating a plane by the sun MARTIN KASTEN, her husband, I Grove, Missouri: ; SE% of SW14, less right of taxes filed .
Hovloton. IllinoIs, H RRV .0;- All claimants under any of the way _?._______._.......____..__15 43 33 taken as confessed In said by cause this will be
and stars. RENPOHL and MINNE KOR- i! above parties and all parties hav-i i NE ,4 of SEt., less right of to be published you; order
8. Ball turret (bottom of fuse- RENPOHL, his wife EMMA BOR ine or claiming any interest in I i way ___._'_'_'___'.___.._15 43 33 consecutive weeks once in a THE week CLEWIS-for four
tall gunner (tail of plane) RENPOHL BROCKMEYER and I or to the real property herelnaft"r '".NW, of SE%. less right of I TON NEWS.
lage), AUGUST BROCKMEYER. ___.__
her'hm- described: way -__ ._15 43 33 DONE AND ORDERED
waist gunner .(side of fuselage) top band THEODOR BORRENPOHL j BE ADVISED that a suit for the SW% of SEt 4. less right of Office, City of at the Clerk's

turret gunner (top of fuselage). and EDNA HORRENPOHL. h!*i,, foreclosure of the lien of Sugarland way -_._..___..__.._._..___.._...15. 43 33 15th day of July LaBelle 1944. Florida, this "
wife, and WILLIE BOR'""!*T :-j I Drainage District taxes outstanding: SE% of SEi;. less right of (CLERK'S SEAL -
9. The last plane or planes in- a POHL and ANNA BORRENPOKL. | against: the following described land way ....r.j.__.__._...__...__.15 43 33 WM. )T. HULL.
bombing formation. his wife. Oakville. Illinois; GUSTBORRENPOHL I j situate Ivinc' and being in Hendry Tract 8A as shown on resub- Clerk of said Circuit Court.
basic advanced and DALLA BORRENPOHL County, Florida: division plat recorded In By INEZ MAGILL
10. Primary, I Clerk..
his wife. MARTHA S. T. R. Plat Book 2, page 68. Hen- EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER
trainers. 'I" I BORRENPOHL MARQUARD I S'/G of N>4 of NWVi __...__,_..12 i3 32""II dry County Records, being Miami, Florida
EDWARD M"RQtT"PoD. her husband S'V14 of NE>i' south of Nine in SW% of __.n 7 43 34 I Solicitors for Plaintiff.
and WALTER BORREN- I :Mile Canal, less right of Tract
Trucks Parts- as shown on Nat- I|! July 21, 28 Aug. 4, 11.
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The operators' purchases or requestsfor I

new parts to replace parts which .,

broken or obviously -.l.I .
have been ,. "': .
abused may be another indication of

maintenance and abusive oper

Says $3.25 t Per Crate The pnouc/esf/ title

.. Is Unfair for Celery


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State Representative L. B. Mann, '

'one of Seminole County's oldest r- in Thelrmj ;
growers of celery .and other vegetables -

, after analyzing the OPA
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ceiling price on celery declares that *'

$3.25 per crate is "unfair" and f $: ... 1,88 1.
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based on the cost of production two CONSISTS of two simple words. 1 1

or Mann three years calls attention ago. to the fact < <: ><: h' r '{> M > ) Yet every soldier who's worth his salt covets it.

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that hundreds of acres of choice r
: \ This title is
celery was plowed under in this QIS ,
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prevented :
', area because regulations > r "Good Soldier. 'f

growers from harvesting it profIt- -
f/ -
.' ably. He estimates actual loss of It isn't just happenstance that so many women

i on the part of local > "'YY r > ptt < w'
, "O operations > in the WAC have earned this title-the proudest II{,. ..

', growers at close to $300,000. Cost -
, in the
" "- of labor and materials, Mann states, Y Army. ,',

increased two or three times :FJ : arf'r : :: r:lk;;n tir ..
,.:;.. \a a For wherever Wacs are working, both here and
( what they were when the OP A : ...

6r;.: :: gathered cost data on which thet' '{ ..' { '' overseas, there you find a job well done. And done ,

'; ',' 'present ceiling price is based. I s.i:! ':; with a spirit so gallant and fine that high Army

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p k Rev and Mrs. H. C. Meador, Lucille ; r'"c officers everywhere say of the WAC."They're a
>: and Laurie Rogers and Peggy ,+ I rt f.. ...! ..
soldiers. Good soldiers '" ,''''i
Powell attended the quarterly Associational r .

' meeting of the Palm-Lake !" .
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( .r :} Y.S"wC; a ''M', <"t't'Z' ,' .. ,
I Baptist Association held last ''Thursday g f--P+.tTl'Good'Soldier" ... rt'J I" '' ): t. } ;:i.115. J
!CF I', j' n; .
at the First Baptist Church in th 'i.. '. r #7 .

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Beach. .
Delray .
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r t.: Alfred and Windsor Meador re- t .. .. \ oI" .. ..".P ti r P ,..
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r':,. turned Saturday from a two weeks : <;ne '-t: ..,.,.\ : S>,,... .,.:,. 'lx., ; '7AYa' .1.: } .
: visit with their grandmother, Mrs ;:: ")"; .t..;.. !,'..."(. :-="".$''<'1i'! / ?''i! ..,
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t.. Lester. Windsor, in Winter Haven. \7; $>:I,. -q 1'
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'Monday, August 7th: 1944. at 4:00: ".- r 2t .t"f 't \
\ P. M. United States'Eastern War Time, \ \ 'J':0:' :

is fixed as the date and time when, ..: :....t.... '
:and the City, Hall in the City of Clew .. : \. \.
iston Is designated as the place where, I .' -; .;.'. '
the City Commission shall hold a public I it.. 1.' J:; ,
Sjs.y.fii/k {Gt4v { :5<:s:;
meeting for the purpose of con- : ,. tt1.hJ -t: ,; ;:.,;,{.1. {l.,{{ azA

sidering ment roll and, of acting acting upon as:1 the Board assess-ofEqualization J : ..-. : '( :.; ::

of hearing complaints ."
and .receiving testimony as to the value T ,
of any property, real or personal as
fixed by the Tax Assessor, and per
fecting reviewing and equalizing the
. 1943 tax assessment.
This notice dated this'24th day of .a',.
July, 1944. !

MALCOLM W. BIGG bY %aaoev' I
'{ City Clerk of City Clewiston.Commission'Y 'SV :vba wa'sF ...,.., Y'h c Yary+rywr :, .yc.S.y!

dU 1 y 28, Aug. 4.i .

------- Good soldiers. {;k" i {!. ,! ..v .. \ )
"TV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "THE I ;r}\: i'( :Siistr4x'r: f. ; !

XO._ 1: i'.ii.y {i:,Y;.rY,y'k v Ylti'''C$+? d'V p:

r 4.dcraf., ; M"rtk'Ch.{. v. ),'.4:;:: :$:!k'{x;}},.
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-SUGARLAND: DRAINAGE DISTRICT a .x ; : { ;{:{:;;ifii: 3! :' '

';public quasi corporation under the
laws of the State of Florida,
.J. Plaintiff.
(. v:. e ::... ,

J. 'B. HENDRY,'Defendants et al. Making strategy 0.

NOTICE TO API'H\R far combat ..
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al a dissolved Florida corporation, .w.! : b....'V ,'\lt-. r. '
and r .
the .unknown .ftk f' "
assigns, suc- ', r.:1.0 -
cessors In interest, trustees :" : > '. .
or ; ,:. ;
any other party claiming; bv. 'r' ARMY CORPS ; :
through: under or against said I )11 ,.
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St.t1amed PAUL dissolved BROWN l 818 corporation Olive Street; '';:) .;7".0': ,, o'i"i't' :

Louis.Missouri G. A. PADFORD ,
3234 Wei'sberg Drive. : :< .:; ,: .
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North '
St. -
Louis, Missouri and FOR Women's Corps to : } .c :<; ;' :: : : : /
A. M. KELLER Carrswold, St. :: : 1 FULL INFORMATION about the Army go your :, ;

saId Louis; Missouri! as Directors of nearest U.S. Army Recruiting Station. Or mail the coupon below. .

fdlssolvedu corporation, and
the assets thereof; fo
\ JOSEPH. FISCHER who Is Checking-pilots
not known to be dead or a'Ive. and from
.and If alive, MRS JOSEPH I war zones:
J. .
FISCHER his wife, and I if dead. ARMy C

c-. .the,risees unknown* Eranteescreditors spouse, heirs de-' -.8 Post Oft ::ING STATIC; ..:,::, tiI..

f other parties claiming or b. ...:.:":':-.::?::'::"'.
by, through. Miami '
under Please Fla. .....: .::::
: or against '
said Send
Joseph J.
I 0' Fischer: th 'new Jl me, without an 'PIE'ase nswe "yes" <.' i. .... .. L
THOMAS '. Ustrated !'lation Or "no" H '
R" C- HEALY about book1c "
" and; L. :&: yKEELAND. Trustees the Jobs the about tF ell' n n I" part, th t o. each of c -
of pay Y do }
the National Farms Estate officer sal how tlleY 1i.e: s..teJjng: ti ol.owing qu eso. : ; 1 Y : i ". '
who Ons
ectons their :
are not known .
dead to be either ete. training, ': sw' '
Or alive and if dead,.the unknown -
1". : spouses heirs, devisees. NAME: you betwee
.:. grantees, creditors'or other parties ___ I (w) 20 and 50? \
r: claiming)". through under -
: or against said .
r named parties ..
PARIS ESTATE You an y chJ.dren ;..
and the unknown under .
Trustees thereof 14? ,
and all parties claiming .
by -
through, under or against National :- Have
Farms Estate, Including an STAT least You had at \...
'Personsnho operate or do busi PyON 2 Years of
or have h
operated or don school
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business under said
name; -- .. .
,and THOMAS LYNN Truste-e" \ ,
who are not known to. he pH",. ;
dead Tl alive, and If alive :MRS.:! :
n. C. ; rv m M: K ttld
HEALY. MRS. L. M, VREE- 4 ) _


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