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: October 16, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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In School Be Total Produced


( of A letter this week from Roy N:

:: Clewiston The first school monthly shows report that the ALL SERVICE MENThe I Warnock, special performance su- ADDITIONAL WEEKThe
KIWANISJMSTRICT month ended with an enrollment pervisor for the AAA in this area
to all sugar cane growers stated
of five from
: of 370 pupils, a
American Legion Post No.1 that the proportionate share acre-
: in the middleof
enrollment drive
: the peak for scrap metal being
l J. E. Beardsley, a charter member monthly meeting of for, the 1942
the month, several having drop- 93, at the regular I age sugar cane waged by America's Junior Armyof
f i of the Clewiston Kiwanis Club the of Tuesday night at the Inn decidedto mainland cane sugar area wouldbe
ped ont since school children, which was
and for the past three yeras a mem- send a carton of cigarettes ash I the number of acres planted for
school. scheduled to have ended at mid-
;:'.: ber of the state agriculture committee The boys outnumber the girls in a Christmas gift to every boy from the production of sugar cane to be night tonight, has been continuedfor

E was elected. Lieut. Governor'r ) elementary school with 133 against this area who has entered any of marketed, or processed by the pro- another' week by State Superin-
for the eighth ,or southeastern dis- the armed services. ducer, for the extraction of sugar.
school the girls 1
98 but in high tendent Colin English in order that
s'. trict of Florida at the annual state) predominate, 73' to 66. There are The effort will be on a community -, ''This means simply that every)i scrap which has been spotted by
E convention held the past week-end I basis with legionnaires from i cane grower will be permitted to I
frcl- now sixty-two pupils in the first the children and not yet been haul-
i :in Jacksonville. He succeeds Herb I Clewiston, LaBelle ,and Moore Ha-I I harvest every acre of cane he has
grade. ed in, may be obtained and weighed. -
; .Sawyer of Miami who stepped up 29 courses are offered' this year ven, the three communities with I growing without being penalized or \ -
to District Governor for Florida. membership in the post, raising losing any benefit payments allowed -
Senior School.
in Junior and High ( The
scrap metal drive has been
-;... JMr. Beardsley believed to I
was community funds for the purpose. under the Sugar Act of 1937.
tremendously successful in
I the state
have been given this recognition Here funds will be taken from the
: because of his' outstanding work as Bowling Banquet And annual Christmas Tree: fund whichis I I I and the school children of Clewis-
City Will Supervise ton 'and Hendry
I County have madea
x member of the district agriculture raised by the Legion each"year.. I
r. committee for the past three years. i Dance Tomorrow Night Everyone with a son, brother or' r remarkable showing. '
Of Trash
Burning Several hundred
pounds of metal
z Two his work on this
years ago husband in the service is urgedto [
was still piled on the stockpilesOn
committee was recognized by Kiwanis contact member of the committee
\ for the bowling a the east side of the 1
All in readiness school
International. It is the first I -- ----
I as soon as possible. On I City Engineer E. E. Gross stat- grounds
: time that the Clewiston club has banquet and dance which will beheld Wednesday which had not
I this committee Frank Conkling,
I are ed this week that it was hoped been sold to
,i';':' been honored with a Lieuteuant- at1 the Sugarland Park audi- Keathley Bowden and G. B. Thomas. business houses would refrain from the junk dealer but
: Principal R. W Turk felt that it
:: Governor during its ten years ex-I torium tomorrow (Saturday) nightas I The post also adopted resolutionsof burning trash in close proximity to would be taken care of very shortly. -

; istence. The southeastern districtis the grand finale of the SugarCorporation's respect for their departed bud- their places of business thus con- His report showed that a totalof

the most active, and populous district -I dy, Dr. 0.. F. Schiffli, as preparedby stituting a fire hazard to them and 21,563
bowling tournament pounds of scrap iron
of the state and containseight
E.: M. Cornette and W. C. Owenas to othelr business houses.
E-: : clubs Miami Miami Beach concluded last week and had been sod by the, school to thatday
: ,I which was resolutions committee.The -
.a special The city maintains a regular
)I 1,675 pounds of rubber
Coral Gables, Hollywood, Fort Lau- by the Field team. meeting date in scrap ;
won regular garbage and trash removal service)I; 122 pounds of brass 69
pounds of
derdale, Delray Beach, West Palm The banquet will be held from November falls on Armistice Eve but those who have large trash I aluminum- pounds of copper
Beach and Clewiston.Mr. .
seven to nine in the auditorium and Ladies' Night will be observed.The piles which they wish burned may 13 pounds of zinc and three old
Beardsley was' a speaker on entertainment committee has contact the city offices by tele- batteries.The .
which time the winning
: the program at the convention and been notified to arrange a special phone and the trash will be burn- record,
-made by the LaBelle
his brief talk on "What Kiwanis team and the second, -and third place program for that evening. ed under the supervision' of city school is one of the most impressive -

'Should and Could Do for Agri- teams, the Commissary and the employees.. made
by any small school in
culture" was very well received. Personnel, will be awarded trophiesand Attention is also called to City the state.
They now have stock-
<; Although 'brief his points well individual awards will GOOD RESULTS SEEN
.h>> were ,, several Ordinance No. 32 pertaining' to piled more than 100,000 pounds of
t:, made and many of the members of be made. The dinner is open onlyto I licenses for dogs in the city. Dog iron
and have loaded
scrap a car
:,'.' other clubs' asked that should he those who participated in the owners are warned that new licenses -I ,
this week with
IN SCHOOL PROGRAM 50,000 pounds of
Ib,' ever visit their community that he tournament but the dance which I were due on October 1 and I car bodies. In addition to this the

make a more detailed talk along follows will be open to all corpora- that a dog picked up now without| Boy Scouts there gathered 30,000

r this line for their club. tion employees, their wives, hus- PHYSICAL TRAININGPrincipal proper license and impounded will
I pounds just before the school drive
? bands and dates. J the in addition
Attending the convention which cost owner a dollar started on October 5, '

,. convened Sunday in the Roosevelt Statistics compiled on the tourna- I to twenty-five cents for each day Wherever possible citizens are

;. Hotel in Jacksonville were Mr. ment this week show the following the dog is impounded and in ad- urged to bring in their rub-
R. :W.: Turk is elated scrap
:Beardsley, W. C. Owen and W. N. second half percentages of the dition to the 'regular $1.00 license ber metal
rags, etc.
with the progress which is being ropes, ,
Martin. President R. M. Bishop, eighteen team's' competing' : Field shown in the school's physical edu- fee. Should the dog'not be claimed and add them to the schoolyard

: = 'who started ,with them was called .801, Warehouse .778, Commissary cation program: by the boys' :I by the owner within seventy- collection. This will' be a' help in
t. back from Gainesville by the death ,667, Steammakers .629, P. M. groups''I two hours after being thus im-
speeding the drive to a close. The
and feels that the,:girls will also'I
of his father. While in Gainesville 'f t pounded it will be painlessly de
IV S. .552, Electric Department .552, show a considerable improvementin public is asked not .to hold back
;. "' the grqup attended the Flor -- Dixie Crystal l# A52j! Research .519, '\ stroyed. Many dogs are still running -
a single piece of.: scrap that
few weeks the
': *" ',-kv .,, in health after, a more _, '
-AiA1h rftutuall; 'ga'tK : Personnel" :.4s1ReaT.Estate 481, at large 'without tags and .. :-: ,, ,""
government can
I u -
of the training but to date no g -q.1 ,
; ,
: :
a.: Their report on the convention I L. and C. .445, Centrifugal Whirlwinds -'I check has been made, of'their pro,:'I' these should be provided at on'ce. Figuring, as recent surveys indicate -

k/ was made at the regular meeting I .445, Office Scrubs .445, gress. I that about 700 pounds of

::' of the club on Wednesday evening, Doolittles .407, General Office .370, i I I Labor Shortage Is scrap can be gathered from the

i, There were thirty-eight Kit I Sugar 'House Crackers The boys are divided into several I average farm, and 100 pounds from

-wanians from the southeastern district Sugar Blues .259 and Harvesters f groups and their training, during Forecast By U.S.E.S. the average home, the nation's 6-
the one hour period four days each
t: attending the convention, thir- 185.. 000,000 farms can turn up 1,880-
week is strenuous. Their
: teen of, whom were from the ,Coral High individual, averages for the very ,,,000 tons, and the nation's 22,000-
't.' ,Gables club which won the at- season, or both halves of the' weight and height, is checked every A report this week,, from the U. 000 non-farm homes can turn up
;; tendance banner. twenty: days and the recent check S. Employment Service indicatesthat
tournament were: Sandy 'Bell 159, 1,880,000 tons. Together they
shows that virtually all boys,, par-
f :New: members taken into the Olin Waters 157, Philip McLeod a severe labor shortage will could keep the mills going at the
ticipating have gained some weight.
Clewiston club at the Wednesday 1156' ", E. H. Holstine 154, W. D. exist for the cane harvest this yearas present rate for about a year-if

I might meeting were 'J. A. Wolff, Wylie 148, Bud Vaughn 147, C. J. During the physical education I well as for the harvesting off all metal was salvaged.
period the school campus is a bee- ,
I J.' W. Durden, Charles W. Miller, Lovvorn 147, H. C. Kolstad 146, fall .vegetable crops in the' Ever- {I
I' hive of organized activity. The '
; R. H. Knight, C. J. Lovvorn, Rev. Charles Owens 146, P. A. Size- glades. Their estimate is a farm I Dan' Beardsley Is
t girls divided into groups and under !
i6 John N. Montgomery. ,Several more 142, Bill Owen 142, W. Montgomery labor shortage of 3,085 in the stateof I ,
the direction of the high school
1b others) have been elected for membership -, 142 and Curtis Thompson which 2,250 are sugar cane I Elected President Of
', teachers play volley ball and other workers.
141. '
I t;' Other tournaments are expectedto games and are given regular pro This report is evidently ''basedon I His Class At U. of F.
t gress checks on base running (45 the labor availableand
li fj J. W. Bishop Dies start in a couple of weeks and feet), underhand target pitch witha does not take at present into account the I _

I I in the meantime challenge- matches- 'I 12-inch: ball, basketball distance hundreds of workers that are Dan Beardsley of Clewiston was

! f;: At Home Of Son', between ,tournament teams are throw from a six-foot circle, stand- brought in each cane season for the I elected president of the 'Junior Class

I : proving very interesting On ing broad step, potato race, run sugar crop. This influx of workers at the University of Florida Thurs-

t'J.. W. Bishop, 80, died Saturday I Tuesday high school night of this of week the and catch, stunts,. 40-yard dash and I. is not yet underway but sugar I day by almost a two to one vote

i afternoon at the home of his son, sons corporation other activities, which include J corporation officials, while they over his opponent!'! polling 156 votesto
by Eric Thomas
employes paced
R. M. Bishop, at, Ritta. Death was calisthenics and military drill. expect some labor shortage, have 86. The news was contained in
its attributed to the' infirmities of age took two out of three from the The boys are tested each six I not intimated a thought of a I a telegram received by his father,

,1 f and a gradual decline in health Research Department and the Dixie weeks on the discus throw, shot- shortage such as reported by the J. E. Beardsley, today.

since he was invalided by a fall Crystals two from the, Mill Sugar put, push-ups from prone position, employment service. i This student election climaxeda
,which broke his hip two years ago. pull-ups or chinning, rope climb Clearance orders were received political campaign between two

Mr. Bishop was a native of Jefferson from a sitting position, 50, 15 and and issued by the Palm Beach em- rival University parties closely resembling -

f" 'County and was in the turpentine Ration Board Has 100-yard dashes according to ployment office this past week for a race between the two

i: business there for many groups, standing broad jump, running 296 vegetable farm hands in Dade major political parties for state

t years. In 1920 he came to the New Retail Order(I high jump and also calisth- County and a thousand bean pickers offices in "a border-line state. The

Everglades, one of the pioneers of enics and military drill. in Palm Beach County. The two parties are the nonfraternitygroup

the south lake area, and was well At the conclusion of their other !I bean harvest there is now well or the Florida Party and the

and favorably known throughout The Clewiston Ration Board has activities each day the boys are underway. fraternity group.

k the entire lake section. He went received several copies of a new put through the obstacle course, The report says that the weather Although Dan was nominated by

'!r through both the 1926 and 1928! bulletin "How To Apply New OPA sometimes twice, before going to (Continued on Page 4) the Florida Party and elected by

: ,\f hurricanes here and was the only Mark-Up Formula" which refers to their showers. This\ consists of r a sizeable majority, his party only

j :. survivor of nine people in his home) the maximum price regulation No. climbing to the top'of a fifteen Truck Drivers To won five offices out of a total of

1 the night of the 1928 storm. He 238 and offers a pricing methodfor foot fence, and jumping from the twenty-five.

l suffered somewhat from exposure certain food products sold at top to the sand below, vaultingby
c at that time and this may have I retail. These bulletins are on' hand over six stationary obstacles Register On Oct. George Terrell Dies

taken several years fromhis life hand and one copy will be givento then crawling flat on the

as his health has continued to fail each retailer who calls at the stomach through a series of low I Everyone who owns a truck must In Charleston S. C.

I since that time. It was during a office for them. I wooden wickets arranged in a have a Certificate of War Neces- I ,

visit to the home of a son in Rich- Many of those sellers of services, winding course some sixty or sity in order to drive after Nov.

mond, Virginia, during the summerof who were given until September I seventy: feet long and finally con- 15, and registrations will be takenin Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis received -

r 1941 that' he fell .and broke his 10 to file a report with the ration cluding by scaling a fifteen foot counties throughout the states a message yesterday telling of

k hip making him an invalid for the I board as to the prices for such' serv- wall. Oct. 22, 23 and 24, according to the sudden death of George Ter-

, E'" remainder. of his life. ices are delinquent and it is very Principal Turk's enthusiasm for information released by County rell which occurred in Charleston,

The body was taken to Lake important that these delinquentsfile the course is already being sharedby Agent D. H. Ward for the United South Carolina, yesterday morning.No .

Wales and funeral services were promptly and thus avoid pos- many school patrons for it is States Department of AgricultureWar details of the death were given,

'f" held :Monday morning at eleven sible penalties. not difficult to notice the improve- Board. although the message stated that

I o'clock from the Draper Funeral Renewal of supplemental ration ment in the physical fitness of the Registrations will be taken in burial would be in Lake City, Florida

Home with the pastor of the First books is necessary before the expiration pupils taking the course. The children LaBelle by the county farm trans- Mr. Terrell was employed in

[ Baptist Church of Lake Wales conducting of the first period, October too, for the most part, are portation committee made up of the shops of the sugar corporationhere

ff the services. Interment 22. Unused coupons must be turned ,most enthusiastic and are getting John R. Burnett, Earl Murray, W. for many years: leaving about

d{ : was in the Lake Wales cemetery in by that time and new books everything out of the program' they B. Barron, Robert. Waldron and two years ago to work in the

beside his wife who died at Lake issued. Applications should be! possibly can. Grover A. Hill. Appointed as alternates Charleston' Navy Yard. He sustained -

'Vales in 1926.Surviving made as quickly as possible to XK\V CITY EMPLOYEE for the above are R. M. a broken leg and internal injuries -

I t'.i relatives include three avoid any delay after the new Burchard Joe B. Hendry, Jr., E. I in an automobile accident

f: daughters, Mrs. H. W. James, Mrs. period begins. J. Kenneth Rogers of West Palm 0. Collins and Arthur Reckwerdt. I about six months ago. It Is not

f'( J. F. Townsend and Mrs. H. F. <' Beach has arrived in Clewiston to Truck owners have a job to do known whether these injuries were

F' Steedly, all of Lake Wales;, two accept a position as chief book to help win the war, the USDAWBsaid in any way connected with his

'\, ,sons Fred A. Bishop of Richmond, A. Bishop, Oliver Bishop and Alonzo keeper for the City of Clewiston, a the job of helping save tires death.

Va., and R. M. Bishop of Clewiston; Bishop, all of Aucilla, Fla. His position formerly held by S. A. and trucks now owned because it Mr. Terrell's survivors are his

{4 one sister, Mrs. Hattie Sledge ofF brother, Oliver, will- be 96 yearsof Pence.: Mrs.. Rogers is expected '10 is going to be along time before widow, Mrs. Mamie Terrell, anda

:Monticello and three brothers, A. age on his next birthday. l join him this week-end. new ones can be purchased. son, Don. _'-- .r ', "


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STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and Lee's hands flew at her work while Curt stood silent. There were Of(Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Union.Chicago.) Doctor (after painting sore
his wife Lee, are already on their way she talked. plenty of tropical tramps in these .throat)-Three dollars, please. '

to TIerra Libre when he receives a note "Oh, I've found there're quite a quarters drunken, irresponsiblemen Mrs.-Three dollars! Why, I
from Zora Mitchell warning them not to number of nice people here. It's a all of them fugitives, if not Lesson for October 18 had my kitchen painted for Uvofifty -
come. When they arrive In TIerra Libre good 'clubhouse we have, with pool from the law then from themselves.Curt !

they find both Zora and her chief husband engineer and billiard tables, a card room, had sufficient sympathy to give Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected --
dead. It Is Mitchell's Job as Jeff has and movies twice a week." N such derelicts a lift from his, own and copyrighted by International Enthusiastic Antique Dealer
that Council of
for a fruit company Religious Education: used by
pocket, or a little work if he could- permission. !(trying to
been called to fill. Later Jeff's friend Lee heard a chuckle'and looked up make a sale-I can as-
Dill Henderson is also killed, and Jeff to find Curt had returned as silentlyas enough to carry them on to some sure you, madam, that it is the
suspects his employer, Senor Montaya, he'd slipped out. other 'place.' GROWTH IN CHRIST very latest thing: in antiques.

of murdering him and ,the Mltchells'be He picked up his pipe and knockedout But he knew he could place no reliance --
cause they had found a clue to the the cold ashes. His voice was in them, and from the stand- 1:1-8.LESSON TEXT-Luke 2:40-52; II Peter Still at It
afr'-the planta '
tion.strange Other things sinister going figures on are the company careful as he told her of the foot- point of efficiency it didn't,often pay GOLDEN TEXT-But grow In grace,and "How do you account for the sugar
chemist Dr. Toenjes, and the fly. prints he'd found*. to take them on. 'In this case, however In the knowledge of our,Lord and. Saviour shortage" in this war?''
could something in the man's bear- Jesus Christ.-II Peter 3:18. / dunno. There are as fellows
ers, Ryden and Lannestock. Jeff's sus "But, he told her, "while I many
picions are further aroused when the fly- hear your voice just, now, I couldn't ing, drooping though it was, didn't raising Cain as ever.
era and Dr. Toenjes try to keep a dis make out what you were saying quite match the rest of him, and Growth is a normal thing. We

abled U. S.,Army plane from making a from this spot. I was a little wor- Curt was sufficiently intrigued to expect it of the child, and when it ,.
But when Jeff talks to fails 4WOAI
forced landing. been pause. we know that something is
ried for fear we might have
later, Senor' Montaya does not appear -
him to be alarmed. overheard last, night. I reckon not. Emilio unwittingly settled the wrong. Just so there is somethingvery \

NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY Nevertheless, we'll: have to be care- matter. He was standing by, eyes decidedly wrong in the life of :
ful of what we say from now on." veiled. By'now Curt could read the the Christian who fails to grow in I
"And suspect Ines." native's dead eyes, and the disap- grace. If a child fails to grow we '
CHAPTER XH you proval Curt saw there was enoughto are alarmed, but if a Christian does s tARGESTSELIfR A7IQr I'
"Yes. If it were only Ines,
swing his decision; Curt nodded not grow we hardly notice it, or at
Since arriving at San Alejo Curt could put it down to housemaid'scuriosIty. toward the door and the man followed most only express our regret. We
hadn't seen much of his children, But there's this greasy him inside. Emilio broughtup need a revial. \
and of the things he most en- Vargas. I have a definite feeling Movie
one the rear.Lauriano I. Normal Children Will Grow House Names :
joyed was playing with them, let- he's more than a bodyguard-a spy One out of
Duro, the draftsman in (Luke 2:40-52): every motion-
in the field.
crawl on me
ting Chuck and Buddy over picture theaters
charge of the office was bent over in the United I
him. He loved making them squeal Lee said nothing, but her eyes his work.In While Christ was God manifest in States today bears one of the fol.
with happiness. And now little Syl- clouded. Sounds from the kitchennow the flesh, He was at,the same time lowing names: Lyric : '
via Mitchell was an added attrac- ceased. silence Curt selected the maps true .man, and as a boy He devel- Princess Rialto Majestic, r.
tion. So today Curt went home ear- "Well, she's through for the day," he wanted, together with a bundle of oped and grew in a normal way. State or Strand.Beware Royal,
ly, to have some time with them Curt said. "We can make certain.I white flags. He took down from a Unless we meet the tragedy of arrested -

before dark. can watch her leave from the shelf a company camera, 'loaded it development we need haveno
Curt spent a full hour with the bedroom-it's dark. You keep on deliberately, handed the lot to concern about the fact that a" I

children before the clouds let loose talking." t Emilio. child will grow physically, mentallyand Coughsfrom i

with a ten-minute shower, a daily The back door closed and steps "Put them aboard, and get some spiritually. The Lord has

feature so regular they could set descended ,to the ground. The bam- lunches packed at the mess-hall. It'll I placed in the babe in a mother'sarms common colds

their clocks by it. boo drops were down all aroundthe be better 'than what they could put I the potential qualities of the

The shower gave Curt a chanceto living room so that no one out- up for us over,'at the levee camp. man or woman to come. Our chief That Hang On -

calm the children down with a side could see what went on within. See to it ,there's plenty of coffee responsibility is to provide the opportunity -

story so they wouldn't be too excitedfor Curt left the room.: Lee didn't snick- black." Then, as Emilio hesitated, for the development of Creomulsion it relieves promptly because -
supper, and bed, and when Lee he barked, -"Well! That's all! We'veno 'those abilities and qualities which trouble goes to help right loosen to the seat and of the
shooed them expel
called for them up time to waste." the child has, and of guiding that germ laden phlegm, and aid nature

he the remained steps and outside.into the He house.returnedto But I Emilio departed, and this time growth in the right direction. to soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw, tender, inflamed -

the-open basement. For here his Curt definitely caught the flicker of While it is true that we can do Tell your druggist to sell membranes you-

had caught something of inter- eyes that Vargas aimed at Lauriano more for the guidance of physicaland ; a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
est eye during the play which he couldn't Duro as he turned to the door. Curt mental growth than spiritual derstanding you must like the way It

have investigated then without rais- spoke to the stranger. (because that is a matter of the to gUickly have allays your money the cough back.CR'EOMULSION or. you are I

ing the children's curiosity.The "All right, Collins, where you' grace of God), we can lead the stepsof I
living room ran the width of from?" the little child to the house of i

the house across the front, screenedon "Illinois, sir." God; we can teach him to pray for Couehs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis :
three sides-a lanai, had this "How long you been down here?" and to trust God, and we can set an i

been Hawaii. Along the front and "Four years, sir." example of godly living before him.II. .

sides of this veranda-livingroom wasa "Where'd you 'come from last?" Normal Christians Will GrowII Indiscriminate Defense

solid bank of hibiscus, broken only "I've been up at the Rosario ( Pet. 1:1-8). The indiscriminate defense of

by the steps. A cement walk ran mines on the hydraulic pumps." In Christ there: are "all things that right and wrong contracts the un-
derstanding while it
from the front around the side of "Why'd you leave?" pertain unto life and godliness." heart.-Junius., hardens- the

the house to the rear, but a two Ii'I "Fired." There is no need of some added experience -
foot space had been left for the "Drunkenness?" and
or some new striking
shrubbery' between this and the cement "I'm hungry, Mr. Curtis, and I'ma enducement, for all the,unbelievablygreat

floor under the house.' I good worker.' I don't get' drunk possibilities of Christian grace WIutS4/tA?

And ,on the edge of the cement, very often. I can keep away fromit and growth are in Him. We need
inside the hedge, were dried mud honest. I'll promise to leave it only to recognize that'fact and yieldto aches and pans el

footprints! Someone had stood on t alone, if you'll give me a chance. Him, and there will be the full RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
this spot. Why? For only one rea- 1'11-" development of Christian life and I
son. To listen in on what passed "Don't snivel. Here',"' Curt sighed, experience.We .

above in the veranda-livingroom. "let's see what you look like on pa- 97 I
have, in practice, so far departed 1yr
Then who could it have been? The per. Fill this out. Make it snappy,
from the normal in Christianlife
prints were, broad and indicated flat I've only a few minutes to spare."
that hardly believe that
we can
shoes. They weren't large. The r
The man took the application the above is true. In place of the
men in this clime didn't run to big r blank sat down at table and
tl a com- normal Christian life according to
feet Curt knew but he sensed these + .::9'I )
,menced writing. Curt loaded his '
God's standard 'we have establisheda r
were woman's prints. Not Lee's, for ; r pipe while he studied the man's : Large Bottfol! .uu'nj'H2-SmaASlzeGOc] 1 1IT
she wore heels. The cook's? No, i standard based on the average ALl COOD DDDQ STalES ir IT Hill.riciift il Iris : ''I
back. He paced for,a few moments
Christian life. If equal it r
know and we we MCNEIL DRUG CO.,inc.
she didn't
English eaves-
forgot to pull on his pipe, had to 530 Broad
are satisfied, and if perchance we Street-Jacksonville,Florida ,
dropping would have done her no
been light again. surpass it we count ourselves among :
good. That is, Curt had told "Lauriano "
the "more And all,
she knew English.But spiritual" ones.
no "
Ines knew English. Not well "Yes, sir? the time ,the average standard is Tyranny Takes, Over ..
"Here. He handed the native a Where law ends ''
for far below the normal Christian life tyranny beginsPitt.
but enough simple' phrases,
J bill. "Get me a tin of Briggs anda
which meant that she understood it which God not only expects, but is .
couple cartons of candy bars. Any
ready to enable and us to
better. Ines the maid fur- empower
even was
At the bedroom window Curt first kind. Put them aboard the launch

nished by Montaya. used only his ears. and hurry back, I haven't much live.Peter To relieve distress of MONTHLY
tells in this that
Dinner. Curt was quiet and brood- us passage
ing, and Lee caught his eye on Ines er this time, but there was the hint time this morning. the great and precious promises of FemaleWeakness
whenever the girl was in the room. of a smile in her voice as she spoke The candy bars was an old'trick God in Christ are not only to enableus

Especially, Lee noticed, he glancedat of Curt's. It was his theory that to escape the corruption ,of this AND HELP BUILD UP RED BLOOD!

her feet. Lee wondered, but said up."Well, if I could get a date for a the more candy a man consumed the sinful world, but to go on to a place Lydia E. Plnkham's Compound
nothing-couldn't have at the table. dance the first time T talked to thin less alcohol his system craved. where we will neither "be barrennor TABLETS (with added iron) have I

What Curt saw was that the shoes air, perhaps this time I can get The native hesitated, but under unfruitful" Christians. How will helped pain thousands backache to headache relieve periodic with- f' i,

Ines wore to work, despite her flare you started on that collection of the glower Curt gave him, departedin this come about? Verses 5-7 tell us. weak, nervous cranky blue feel ,

for style in dress, were for comfort, orchids for me. After all, you prom- haste. Lauriano 'Duro hadn't the Faith supplies in itself (rather disturbances.ings-due to functional monthly; I

not style. They were practically ised ." pertinacity of his compatriot, Var- than "add to," v. 5), if there is Taken regularly-PInkham's Tab- I

heelless and broad enough for feet At the bedroom window Curt first gas. The screen door had no soon- "diligence" (that is, true Christian lets such help annoying build up resistance symptoms against. Also i,

which had gone barefoot through used only his ears. He listened to .er slammed after him than Curt approached devotion), a number of other splen- their iron makes them a fine hema- I
childhood. the of the at the table. First tic tonic to help build up red blood. :
, pad footsteps going to the man ,did qualities. comes "virtue"really
Pinkham's made
Tablets are especially i
After coffee, Curt collapsed on his gate, the normal click of the latch. "Stand up!" I moral courage, or nobilityof JOT women. Follow label dl. !
shoulder blades in a comfortable Presently came a rustle of shrub- Collins rose to his feet. Curt character. What a fine step for rectlons. Worth tryingl '\

bamboo chair which he pulled closeto bery and he knew his guess was cor- looked him steadily in the 'eye a ward! Then comes "knowledge," j jII

the couch. He lit his pipe and rect. There could be no doubt. moment, then reached out and ., that is, a discernment' which will
blew rings to the ceiling, and ignored On the morrow the weather held ripped open the shirt. It practicallycame give practical skill in effective daily
the stack of papers on the hot and with apart. The man's head jerkedup. T
coupled the everpresent 'living for Christ. Such spiritual discernment -
taboret by his side. Lee recognizedthe Emilio, it didn't, improve Curt's Curt grunted. "Thought so!" will naturally lead to :
mood and got out her sewing- disposition. It was. midmorning Collins' skin was smooth and health- "self-control" something much 1i1/1fllY.

small rompers to mend. She knewhe'd I when Curt and his shadow reached ily tanned-and clean! The flesh was needed by most Christians.The .
start talking when he got ready. Tempujo for their trip upriver. By firm and hard, no ribs showed. The
She took the couch as he'd plannedfor phone from San Alejo Curt had or- man was in the pink of condition, self-controlled" one will always .
her to do. A subdued clatter of launch other have "patience, that is, the en- gtD8YFor
dered the fueled and ready.He appearances notwithstanding.
dishes came from the rear as Ines durance to stand every hardship and
intended wasting no time here. "All right, out with it, and quick.
removed them from the dining tableto trial. We need to be more patientnot
But the need of a map or two took What do you want? Over
the kitchen sink. Then sounds .only with others, but also with
him first to his office. I It was a different voice Collins
from the sink. Curt came to life. As he was about to turn into it a I used in answering, as he tucked the ourselves, even in this matter ol 60 Years'i''
"Lee, I want you to talk to your- figure rose from under a palm and I shirt together again and under'his Christian growth of which we are' .
self for a while, as though you Curt was accosted by one of the belt, a calm enough voice if not assured speaking. I
life' like that is life of "godli- I
were talking to me. most disreputable looking tramps A. a r
Lee shot him a startled look. he'd yet seen in the, tropics. An "Just what I asked for, a job." ness," which will blossom out into

"I want to know if ordinary conversation American, clearly, but the many "Why the disguise?" real "brotherly kindness." There (1 Recommended

can be heard .outside," he days' growth of beard, the filthy A silence greeted this. isn't too much of that in the world 1i'

grinned. rags he wore, effectively concealed "Quick, man, why'd you come to today, even among Christians. Let's by
"Oh." But she stared. what kind of man this was. me?" revive it! Then what? The one ; Doctors!

Curt put down his pipe, went to "Mr. Curtis, sir?" in a cringing "I came to see Mr. Mitchell, but who loves his brother will love the + Many ;

the door, silently let himself out into voice. got here too late. Mr. McInnis, whole world (charity, in v. 8, should TRY

the dark. "Yes," Curt answered shortly. He across the river, told me to see read "love"). Why not? Are we ti ; i I
Lee, with the ghost of a snicker, hated subservience in a man. you." not all brethren, who know Christ, !
sighed and did as asked, keeping her "My name is Collins, sir. I'm "Why?" regardless of race, position or 1 scoffsEMULSION
voice down as though Curt were beside looking for work." "I want a job." creed? i ..

her. Curt eyed the man. The eyes Curt grunted again. "Collins! Col- Let such virtues "abound" (v. 8),
"Well, I suppose I might as'well were bloodshot and told unquestion lins! Sure!1" The name had suddenly and no Christian life will lack in
talk about the people I've met I'll ably of hunger-real hunger. clicked. The man from Hender- rich fruitfulness for God in Christ.If .
get as much attention as if you "Well?" son's home town-more lately from Christian people would let the new

were here. Let's see, there's Mrs. "I'm a good transitman, sir, and the Zone! "You wouldn't want to see life within them grow, it would sur-

Berry, the doctor's wife. She's from I'm good on gas engines or Diesels.I Bill Henderson, toofwould you?" prise us and them what God woulddo 'A;'Great :Y RbUntf; %nfaTHE
Pennsylvania but she's "
no Quaker! heard'you need men. (TO BE CONTINUED) through them for His own glory. -







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About the soldiers]
For extra flavor in dark fruitcakes B.

x-" use cider or spiced. fruit brave .nd boldI

::.I I juices for the*liquid.* PEEVE never thought I'd

; When buttering sandwiches dip i: :::: hive fc. war

t. knife in hot water frequently and j : To br .6. 7k.Douti
U: it will be much easier to spread / '
.r:, the butter. when I got old
//1 yi
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p Sift spices with flour so they will ,

be distributed properly throughoutl ,
kJ the batter or dough. 4

For a flavorful top coating: for '

J. meat loaves, spread with a thin
:', layer of chili sauce the last 20 WNU Features.

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NY dining room may be made \ PICKER-Saves climbing laddersor
A I 4 trees. Gets fruits hard to reach. 6-foot
fresh and smart with built-in handle 100. E. F. Schafer Mff. Com-
little and inexpensive J \\ 0 / pany, 203 East Berry, Ft. Wayne ,Ind.
cupboards, a paint -
t., curtains. But what may IJ Thi
be done to bring a set of out- Valuable PaperWaste

moded chairs up-to-date? The one \\\j\
p sketched at the upper right is'typical -
of many that are substantialand paper is so valuable in
sturdy though scarred by long f England that prizes totaling $50-
000 are being offered'to collectorsof
use. All they need is an up-to-
date frock to make them perfectlyat this vital commodity. On the

home'in a modern dining room. ... other hand, those who burn their
waste paper are liable, on convic-
If chairs do not have the
your : tion, to a fine of $2,500 or three
supports shown at the sides of the
+ -- o months in jail, or both.
seat they will be easier to slip. T '
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i ;. / v ING OLD ROOM IRS DIN \\"T9 YOUR M!ORO liNE.Crm/

POP rYES C :': ;
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1 ) When a man assumes a public
FIT COVER BACK BUTTONS trust, he should consider himselfas

SIDES public property.-Thomas Jef
cuTORcIT 4DI 0'P

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I .; j FRIN6E INSIDE O/ '/

cover. This cover is of medium RHEUMATIC PAINFor

blue .cotton rep with darker blue Quiet
for the bias binding and the cot-
ton fringe around the bottom.

Large button moulds RUB ON.
are covered (Released by The Bell 8yndl ate. Inc.)
with the.slip, cover material for Better Than Old-fashfoaecl
,the button-up-the-back opening. If I Mustard Plaster

you are :not expert at making !
bound buttonholes, snaps may be I Discussing QuestionsMen
used under the buttons. The nar- VOZJTORM R -I MISSED are never so likely to set-

row ties sewn' to the corners of THE LAST tle a question rightly as when they

t the ,inside of the seat. cover hold ONE discuss it freely.-T..B. Macaulay.
: it neatly in place.: I

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NOTE: This chair cover is from Book DoubSePurposeLaxative
5 of the homemaking booklets available ZLc f.'-
to readers at 10 cents each. Directions for
other dining room chair transformationswill I
be found in BOOK 7. together with an By
interesting array of conservation ideas, More SatisfactionDon't
which make use of materials around the J. Millar Watts
home. Send your order to: be satisfied just to relieve your

present constipated condition. Meet
MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS this problem more thoroughly by
toning up your intestinaL system.
6 Bedford Hills ,New
Drawer 10 For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.
Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative
Enclose 10 cents for each book de JWNUI Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa-
sired. tive. It not only acts gently and
I Name................................ thoroughly, but tones lazy bowel

i Address.............................. I VOU NEVER SAW A ? (TAT A DOG?I I PICKED THIS HOUND OUT OF Dr.muscles-gIving Hitchcock's more Laxative satisfaction.Powder
FIVE AT THE KENNELS KNOW helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour
j SET ON Y'CCI4T wrtt, MV DOGSTHIS Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that
o GIVE TEDDY WORK ogl FELLOW IS dull sluggish feeling commonly referred -
OUT OVER AT THE MUCH SMARTER THAN T'OTHERS' to as Biliousness,when causedby
RHEUMATIC I PAIH HUNT CLUB.! Constipation. Use only as di-
M rected. 15 doses for only lOco Large
Need not Spoil your Day-Gel after It Now family size 25c. Adv.
Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve .
pain of muscular rheumatismand : E _
other rheumatic pains. Buy onII -p Ain't It?
C-2223 today. 60c, $1, everywhere. I B -o
Use only as directed. The purchase Gob-What is a buccaneer?
price refunded If you're not satisfied. Pal-A buccaneer is an awful
II l l price to pay for corn.

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Downhill Is Easy E Gp TEDDY! WNU-7 41-42Don't
From poverty to wealth is ,a YJEl

troublesome journey, but the way N -
back is easy.
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AWAY GO CORNS G lll i iAICFIOL i Neglect Them!

By B Nature designed tho kidneys to do a
I Palo goes quick corns marvelous job.Their task is to keep the
' ) speedily removed when SAM NICHOLSWNU flowing blood stream free of an excess of
you use thin. soothing. W Features. \\ toxic impurities. Tho act of living-lift
l' cushioning Dr. SchoU's itself is constantly producing waste
q Zino-pads. Try thorn matter the kidneys must remove from
the blood if good heath Is to endure.
When the kidneys fail to function as
r I Iinlm/ I s fi I NO COMPLIMENT SELF DEFENSE MISUNDERSTOOD Nature intended, there is retention of
waste that may cause body-wide dis-
I tress.One may suffer nagging backache,
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
Three men were sitting in the par- getting up nights, swelling puffiness
! I MERCHANDISER I 1 lor of a country inn, having spenta worn under out.Frequent the. cyea--feel tired, nervous, all

j very good time together. Suddenly ,scanty or burning passagesare
sometimes further evidence of kidney
I a large rat ran across the floor -
or bladder disturbance.The
and scuttled out of sight. All three recognized and proper treatment
it but said word. Is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
R Must Be GOOD saw no one a They
R ft rid of excess poisonous body waste.
just waited and waited.At Uso Doan't Pills. They have had more
i to be than forty years of public approval.Areendorsed
i last one of them could stand the country over. Insist on
: .. R Consistently Advertised 8 the tension no longer. "I know what Tom-I understand that John married Doan' Sold at all drug stores.
"I love than life."
,, you more you fellows are thinking," he shouted. a rich widow.
H BUY ADVERTISED: GOODS & "But just stop and think what a "You think I saw a rat, but I. .Bill-So he understood, too; but it 60.
life you lead and it's no wonder." didn't!" proved to be a misunderstanding.

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we send for assistance. The paint I entirely too cold in Chanute Field, I.waked every morning to a heavy I address 'yet: =413 T S S, Group'
The Clewiston News 1 salesman who had told her how cent writes that it was getting frost and donned a winter uni- C, A A F, P T C, Flight 121 C,

I simple it was, and who so ably I Illinois, for his Southern blood, form, which he found none too Clearwater." '.

demonstrated how a child could I where he finished the air mechanic heavy. '"
Carrol W. Redish, Aviation Radioman -
every September.He
-' of
CLENISTONeNEWS.. anything blindfolded with course on the
Florida, by the 2c, writes
| from ,
Tnc. one arm In a sling, comes to set us was ,kept at Chanute for a Charles L.. '''Roberts, (Rabbit to I us Floyd
right. while, however, and was indeed most of us) got one of those breaksin Bennett Field, and a more sincere
KEATHI-EY BOWDEN Editor But the salesman don't have any glad to be transferred South again I life, which seems_ most unlikelyto I letter of appreciation was never
before the real winter arrived. Vincent to of the hundreds received by anyone. It's mutual,
better lucto than we do, with the happen anyone
as second class mall matter result we have completely disor- says "I really enjoy reading.. of thousands of .soldiers go-] Carrol, we enjoy mailing your News
February 1,Florida.at underPosttheOffice In ganized a gallon of paint, messedup the Clewiston News. It is good to." ing into the army nowadays. Rabbitwas each week Just as much as you enjoy -
of receiving it.
Clewiston, I everything in sight, and con- get news from the good old town. to be'sent to camp for a three
3, 1897.Sub.cription Read Carrol's letter
cluded maybe it might be best to, months' training period, and wasn'tlooking
I employ a professional painter.All I I Raleigh Mock who moved with exactly forward to three "Received your last issue of the
Rate $2.00 Per Year. J wife and baby to Miami a few months away from home and with- Clewiston News, and as usual was
of which only goes to show ibis
Advertising Kate On Application. to for ago, went there to enter out even another local soldier very pleased to .have it. The, Newsto
what happen a
can person
I II not leaving well enough alone. Andif the Air Ferries Mechanical Training along in the same camp. The break me, and I think to every other
I School maintained by Pan was when he found his destinationwas Clewiston service man, is like a
meet with the dumb
and wel- I ever up
Devoted to the advancement American Air Ferries, Inc. He Beltsville, Maryland, and his letter from home. Since I have
and Ilendry County. owl who originated the saying "If
fare of on Saturday, been transferred from Miami my U
completed his course three months' training period coincides -
'ou'want thing done well, do it
) address :
yourself," I'll crown him with a October 3rd, and received his diploma with the three. months has been changing very j
opened bucket of yellow from Major General HaroldL. which his brother-in-law, Gratton fast, so I thought I had better drop
MEMBER George, Commanding General of George, is spending in Johns Hop- you a line and inform you of the
? wall paint, so help me.
The present correct address. I attached
1 the Air Transport Command. kins Hospital receiving treatmentfor am -
NAIIONALmfIORIALASsoaA11oN>19.41N training course prepares the men arthritis. Rabbit is only 25 to. the U.S.S. Monteplier, a i 1-
for servicing the bombers and military miles from Baltimore and Grattonis cruiser and will receive my mail
:N:N:N:-:N.N:N:..:..:N.11:N:NIN. .NIN. :..:N: :M:-:N:Ii.N:H.. aircraft which Pan-American free, to have visitors any time. through the Postmaster, New York. ,

Ferries has been flying to Africa, So if think Rabbit had a "You will find my correct ad- !
(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :N:N:M:11:N..:..:..:..:..:..:. the Middle East and beyond for break, you think also what a break it dress on the bottom of this page. $I.

With I more than a year. Mr. Mock is is for Gratton. Incidentally Grat If you will continue to send this t

t ; now taking up his work in the ton seems to be showing improve paper for me, I promise to get a [
Too Late To ClassifyBy company's regular domestic and ment and we're all hoping his three Jap for every' issue." I

foreign maintenance operations. months' treatment will put him on So if you find the News putting \
RUSSELL KAY ?; Our Boys I the road to permanent recovery.A out special editions or changing toa I

: Carlisle Redish entered the ser- daily, remember Carrol's'prom- j
:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:"..:. i I vice Thursday when he was sworn Lieutenant in the Hawaiian ise! ::
in theService in in Miami as a member of the Isles was the invisible host at a

We have a kitchen and break Seabees, navy construction battal- party given in Clewiston this week. I Labor Shortage- I

fast nook at our house that from lions. Carlisle had been previously Lt. K. C. Hamilton, a few weeks i I ..

the standpoint of comfort, convenience rejected, having failed to pass ago, sent his mother, Mrs. P. A.(' (Continued from Page 1) ,,. i 1
and utility served the purpose his physical examination. Sizemore, a check for a party to generally over' the state has been
admirably. celebrate her wedding anniversary. to crops but that acre- I \

Odors that have come' frbm them I Hooky Avant, home on his fur- The party was a spaghetti supper ages of cabbage, tomatoes and I
through the years have been for :N N N MIM H N N N:N:N:N:M:N:.:N:N N:H N N N N N: lough after six months in the and nearly forty guests enjoyed the eggplant have been materially reduced 'I'favorable :
the most part pleasing and invit- Army, looks like soldiering agreed hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Size- this year because of bad ;

ing, attended by such delightful Vincent J. Oglesby sends his with him, but then Hooky wasn't more and Lt. Hamilton. stason: last year and a threat of a I

sound effects as sizzling from the new address and is quite delighted exactly an invalid when he enteredthe labor shortage. Many seed pota-
.broiler, bubbling from the percolator that it is again at Gunter->Field, service. It is swell to have him Hager Lowe, who recently enlisted toes are said to be rotting in Dade v..

or the friendly tinkle of ice Alabama, where he is a memberof home, though, and he is delighted' was sent to Clearwater, Fla., County because labor is not available I!
cubes in tall glasses. 1 the 86 School Squadron. Vhn'to be here. Up in Fort Knox .hew but we believe he has the fanciest for planting. i ,

From my point of view this particular I

section of the house was '
:.1 I
perfect in every respect. There I +; rir.ff A'.1. I
fiyr,1.'l .
{ ? ,,}:
found life most comforting and :Y.. a. .N... ... w ":
satisfying. There I always felt at :

home, knew my way about, even in I I
the dark. I } I, I ;

the walls dull and -- I' I
True were a :,. '11 ':$
dirty ocher, the woodwork a rather \ c' 1 '

puny: green and .a white patchof J :
virgin plaster marred the ceil- "
.r 1
ing, but these to me seemed minor :,.....,. ...., : i I\

of and these do trival with rooms.defects.the proper and had functioning nothingto I ,. .Y\. (l &!:i r- -.',( }'Ij;j I.

Up until last week it never occurred : fB E HAtr\ if KEPf FAITH Lc'Lc'k. '

to me that the kitchen and 'I'; i'

breakfasts-' nook could ever be any .
thing but a joy 'and comfort in my ; -' '1 J .' ,
life. That only goes to show how := .
.. .
;:''' :
mistaken a guy can be, even about
something he has every reason toI, j I 1-
feel certain of. I : 11
It all started when the wife runs I y'J \ .., ',.. .-. "i:. '. .. ,.,, \ ..,-,

amuck one: morning and disturbs, > /, .
the calm of the breakfast routine T ;

by announcing that she's "stood it I II: ::.J 'Our boys are fighting on the battlefronts rubber and gasoline, shortage of manpower '

as long as she can and something'sgotta .
be done." : :: of the world.: Wherever our due to enlistments of personnel -...__) ..

"About what?" I says, layin' : Marine into in the Armed forces-and faced with '. I
: Army, Navy or Corps go :
down my paper and tryin' to figure i.f'r '

what I have or haven't done. I s Action, Southerners are in the middle :unprecedented demand,' we have increased ( '
"This terrible kitchen and break- I

fast room," she says. "They are r. of the fightHere our production to the limit of Y

dark and dismal and dirty. I hate .' '.' .
the walls and that sickly green at home Southerners are ourcapacitywjth.outsacrificingquality .- "" :; ,:
woodword and the ceiling with that one iota in order to take care of the : ;
.Avi vi .
great gob of unpainted plaster, carrying on in defense work of every .>.>:''. '
They've just got to be done over." t x business that has formerly) gone to '>:'
: with the enthusiasm ,' ,, .:
There is a glint in her eye and her : description same
law is as set as a plaster cast. ,. the competitors who have abandoned this! "Y :': \ -f!{L.'
w showing on fighting ;
: 'f. our are
"But, I says, "painters are hardto '.
all their :
'- market and devoting
are now ;
find and besides I can't affordit -> >i ;, fronts. Every defense plant in the South ',;t :,

right now-maybe next spring." efforts to serving their own home com ... .
"Maybe RIGHT NOW," she '.'. 1 has had to overcome tremendous prob {: <
comes back) at me. "I've got the munities. I-, '.Ii. \ ,
their to ,.t... ; I
I lems in production
paint, a new brush, and you can 1'
do it in a couple of hours. ,Now Realizing that the demands of the' '" : :. I
the record peak necessary to supply the ,
get into some old clothes and don't I :
wartime job create strain and tension' : ;
argue. I ever-increasing demands of war. :.. .
-k Well' that was that-so I meekly r which make all the more vital the need ri i

climb into some working togs ? Here in the Atlantic Company we .
and after carefully reading all the :' i for a relaxing glass of good Ale or Beer Ei !'

directions, mix the paint and pre- the brought '
too meeting problems
pare to attack the unsuspecting l occasionally, we pledge
: .
breakfast nook. the in the traditional Southern :" -,
on by war
make effort humanly possible to
I mounts a shaky stepladder and I' every .. t. ,::1 I'

starts slappin' frantically at the spiritShortages insure both our customers and trade ''V
ceiling with the new-fangled "roll II

er-brush" the salesman had wish- ; of metal for bottle caps, alike.against any avoidable shortage of .
ed on us. The paint lets itself
in a big way-great gobs run down ; restrictions on deliveries to conserve Good Old Atlantic Ale and Beer. :;.

my arm, splash in my- hair and I-

eyes, and a small, a very small, "cr, ,
s : f ; i-
j portion sticks to the ceiling. :: : : y
The law of gravitation seemed to 1 = ; : :

be in perfect working order. No ; ; :
matter which' hand I used or how t -
hard I tried, I would get twice as nky:4: Ci ;,

much paint on myself and the rest t'c :' L
of the less room than as I twenty got on minutes the ceiling.In the. r !L Ht 11 :'

room looked like the wrath of God.
We got paint everywhere but the .k' l i ifx
I ---
right place. Even the cat is dec- C+ )G ij----- --q- -- _juI :. 4 I
orated with yellow jonquil until
1 >
she looks .J
like something you see
in a bad dream. I il1EnNDEER ,

Then I am banished to the wash- v i <,: .
room in disgrace and Mamma takes i J. Y"
over to bring order out of chaos. ( xs' > ,.,
Confidently she ascends the lad- { I eal

der and prepares to show me howit o'

is done. .. '.
She was even more successful Atlantic Co. Brw.tfM h AtiuU. Ctarlott.lFoel......dlYrts *" I
than Iwas in decoratin' the land-

scape. After half a dozen slashes / :< ;:.!; :. .yKy ., G\ :iwAaLl
at, the ceiling she gives up and ,, '" .. -- .. -
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1942 ,

i; ,_ .. W. C. Owen W. H. Lanier W. The hostesses served cookies and quired, andWHEREAS

/ W. Perry, G.' E. Etherton, E. E. coffee to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Mrs. this community, J. M. LOUSE I
i Gross, W. G. Mathis, V. E. Bryant W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. Foy Durrence, State and, Nation has lost a capableand :
r Personals and W. C. Nail attended a meet- Mrs.: L. M. Hutson Mrs. 1.. M. beloved citizen. Counselor :and Attorney at Law

I ing of the Masonic Lodge in Moore Weetman, Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mrs.B. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED Hopkins Building ,

;: Haven -Thursday night Mr. Gross T. Vorhees, Mrs. H. B. Magill,'!1 by Clewiston Post 93, and ,
.. being given his second degree at Mrs. Clyde R. Egley Mrs. E. J. American Legion in regular meet- Wednesdays Saturdays "
I this meeting. Casper Mrs. Fletcher Gardner Mrs. ing duly assembled, that we express 9:30 to 4:00 '
Mrs. S. Bell spent the week G. H. Brown, Mrs. Keathley Bowden l our appreciation for the ,\

end in West Palm Beach. BAPTIST OFFICERS WILL and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson. II, privilege and .many pleasures that

INSTALLATION SERVICEThe we enjoyed as a result of our
R. J. Lee was a business visi- MRS. HALL HOSTESS AT association with him, and

tor in Jacksonville Wednesday and Woman's Missionary Societyof BRIDGE CLUB MEETING BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,

Thursday. the First Baptist Church met that we, realizing our own loss ex- Johnson's Fish Camp
at the church Tuesday afternoonwith Mrs. H. R. Hall was hostes'Wed tend our*' heartfelt sympathies to ,!
:Mrs. Charles H. Settle of Moore I (Near Hurricane Gate)
Mrs. Walker Nail presiding. nesday afternoon to members of his loved ones, and
Haven spent Wednesday here visit-'[ The program was in charge of her bridge club. Mrs. R. C. Wil- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, CIcwiston, Fla.

ting, friends. ,, the Mary Brittain1) Circle. Mrs. Joe son won a hand mirror as first that a copy of this resolution be Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service ,
Rates Reasonable
Eldon Mrs. Leon Bembry Mrs. prize, Mrs. Carl Johnson stationeryas spread on the minutes of this meet-
Mrs. Nonie Parrish is moving to '\T. H. Johnson, Mgr.
cut' ing, a be sent to Mrs. Schiffli
W. T. Wheeless and Mrs. M. A. prize. copy ,
this week from Belle
Clewistou Thomas took part in the program. Mrs. Hall served spice cake I and a copy published in the Clewis-
Glade. Mrs. Parrish is employedat
After' reports of officers were with whipped cream and coffee to I ton News.
Hub Chevrolet Company.Mrs. .
I given the usual business session Mis. W. W. Perry, Mrs. J. W.

was held. Twenty-two memberswere Ezelle, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. New Florist Service
W. T. Wheeless left yesterday :
present. Dave Alston, Mrs. Johnson, 1lrs'Wilson DRESSMAKING: ALTERING,
Ga., to visit her
for Augusta,
daughter, Mrs. James M. Boyd and New officers of the Woman'sMissionary Mrs. W. H. :Lanier and Offered In Clewiston BUTTONHOLE: MAKING
Mrs. Keathley Bowden.
Society will be installedin I
family for several weeks.
a special candlelight service at I Mrs. Inez Pope
the Baptist Church on Tuesday Flowers Telegraphed Direct a
Mrs. E. O. Ward left yesterday
I evening, October 20, beginning at ALSTON HOME FRIDAY service widely advertised, is now Millcrest Near Passenger Depot
for Blackstone, Virginia, to join I I
8 o'clock. impressive service
her husband, Lt. Ward, who is sta- has been arranged and the public,, Harriet and Carol Joy' Alston available to local residents through (next door to Bill Allen's) .

tioned at nearby Camp Pickett. is cordially invited to attend. !I entertained members of their Sunday connections made by Mrs. SarahE. .:r

I Miss Louise Smith, the W.M.U. School class at their home Friday Fountain, local Western Union .-,

Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs., Robert} State Secretary will be present and I evening for the regular social manager, who has been appointed ,
Westmoreland, and Mrs. Charles I and business meeting. 1
will conduct the installation, ceremony -
a florist's agent. 1
E. Bolton were visitors in West I Miss Amanda Tinkle, a I After games were enjoyed and :
i Under this plan flowers 1
Palm Beach yesterday. Baptist missionary nurse, who is in the business meeting completed, deliver-I
the hostesses served cookies and ed in Clewiston cost no
America, on furlough from her work, II SCRAPt
:Mrs.: D. G. Alston, Miss Martha in Africa, will give a talk follow- punch to Carline- Berner Mary if purchased, in person at the I

w Nell Alston and Miss, Margaret Von I ing the installation' Louise Thomas Shirley Owen Pat I I florist's shop. Flowers delivered

Mack spent Sunday and Monday in Bailey, Anne Prewitt, Louise Pre elsewhere' cost only the additionalcost
Miami. I RIB ROAST EVENINGMr. witt, Jo Ann Crouch,.. MaryLois of a telegram to that city this WERE YOU SURPRISED ::1$
I FRIDAY Cushman, Beth and Niven Gardner. cost ranging from' 20 cents to 55
Mrs. Sinclair Knight and Mrs.) and Mrs. Don Plank enter- cents. -

t Merrill Lowe spent the weekend'in ; tained, with a rib roast at their) MRS NIELSEN HOSTESS SCHOOL CHILDREN

Delray Beach_ and West Palm, home Friday evening. Enjoyingthe AT BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs.
Dark-room photo-
Beach. occasion were Mr. and Mrs. A. -'
-- I E. Oliver, Mr. and :Mrs. Ken C. J. Nielsen: entertained graphic equipment including
Mrs. Kenneth= Woodward' return- Swayne Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. members of her bridge club Wed- I Graflex enlarger. Many other

ed Sunday from' a three weeks' Stephens Mr. and Mrs. W. L. nesday afternoon. First prize was smaller items. Priced right. See

visit with relatives in Jamestown,I Brantley, Sr., Flight Lieutenant G. won by Mrs. Otto Larsen and sec- 'I Willard E. Dilley. Phone 141-J.

New York. > ?. ) ,W. Nickerson, J. ,D. Hooker, C. W ond by Mrs. W. E. Dilley. There's Some

I Bing, Mr. Garcia, Miss Ruth Mid- Playing were Mrs. N. V. S. Mum-
$2.00 For
Mr. ,and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford'i dleton Miss Marguerite Middleton, ford, Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. F": D. -
Mrs. J. P. Morrison, It.I Miss Letha Kelly, Miss Evelyn Duff, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. F. E. two-month old puppy answeringto Scrap Around

Hall, Mrs. C. A. Martinez and Junior -; Wester, Mrs. Don Young, Miss Conkling, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. _name of Snappy. Buff color,
: ,Martinez spent Saturday in Betty Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. J..E. Beardsley and Mrs. W. E. black nose curly tail, 4 white feet. Your House I
Miami. I Wenzloff and Bill Shuler. Dilley., Phone 108 Mrs. Frank Morgan.Florist .



Land, Shari Land and Private
R H. Avant were visitors in ,West II i ---- I Parent-Teacher Association AgencyFlowers .
ii,, Palm Beach Thursday. Pvt. Avantis I George E. Crow Jr., 'gavea I will meet in the High School Audi-I
leaving tomorrow for Fort Knox,I' children's party lat her home torium Tuesday afternoon at 4 'o'- delivered here at no

Kentucky. i I I Monday afternoon in honor of the clock. Plans for the Hallowe'en'I extra cost. Other towns, any-

j I I second birthday of her daughter Carnival and other important Matters where in U. S. add only cost of CLEWISTON REALTY

r' Hager Lowe, who recently enlisted -:I I Billie Sue. will be discussed.. The study telegram ranging from.I 20 to

in the Army Air Corps in': The little folks spent a happy!I group' planned for the associationwill 55 cents. and DEVELOPMENT

the_ground crew department is in I'': hour playing with-various, toys on be begun: at the November MRS. SARAH FOUNTAIN
1T training at Clearwater_ for five I the lawn and were later served meeting and will be in charge of Western Union 'Office CORPORATWNFORSALE.

weeks after which he expects to with ice cream, mints and the Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. Day Phone 82 Night 2791 .

a, enter an officer's training school. I birthday cake. Those who attended
I' :: the party were Christine Hutson, GARDEN CLUB TO MEET .i '
---------------- -- ------------------------ -- - ---
'Don Budge, of Miami, famous Beverly Carlton, Ronald and Martha -I
t tennis star and athletic director- Hare, Lief ,Johnson, Lamar Mc- The ,regular October meeting '0\1\ '
Lendon and Catherine I the Garden Club will be held at i
Judy Mary
i ,for all of the flight training fields
Francis, Lovvorn eurrv.n' nnie I the Community: ,Center Thursdayafternoon j
: operater by J. Paul Riddle and as-
I at 3'! o'clock.) The -
Fay Durrence, Glenda Sue Ether- program
sociates, was a visitor in Clewiston .
s ton, Martha June Nowling. Sharon will be in charge of Mrs.. W. I
Wednesday en route to Riddle
r Field.' I Crochet and Corinne Von Mach. I C. Owen chairman of the Community S

I I. I Center committee. _
Private H.: H. Avant of fort .
Knox, Kentucky, arrived last Thurs-I WEDDING DATE I New Johns-Manville Asbestos
for visit with his
day a parents
9:4 5-Sunday School.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant. This is"Hooky's" i 7
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sizemore 11:00-Morning Worship. Siding 30 Squares
first furlough since his I
celebrated their third wedding an- 7:30--Evening Worship.
entrance into the 'army six months niversary Tuesday night, entertaining 5:30-Christian Endeavor.The I Shingles 40 Squares .
a large group of friends at a sermon subjects for Sundayat

spaghetti supper given at Sugar- Community Church are: Morn Pies>eiit value-$8.30 per square. Entire lot offered;
(i John Elmore left Tuesday for
( Camden, Tennessee, to visit his mother land Park Recreation Center. ing-"Formula. for a Disciple." at $5.50 per square in Clewktou to save transportation.

for a short while. Mr. and'I After supper various games were Evening-"The ,Secret Disciple."
played, 'dancing was enjoyed until Community Church invites all
Mrs. Elmore, who closed their busi l \
a late hour and amateur movies those of the community who have
ness, LaMooreton State I
Club on I The OfficeJ.
Highway 25, have moved into the,; were shown the guests. I no local church home to worship Beardsley

,new house near the school building : Mr. and Mrs. Sizemore received.'i with them. The. church is for those
:11 I E. BEARDSLEY, Agent PHONE 60
of all denominations. Let us welcome -
which they recently purchased, many lovely and useful gifts fromtheir 'I
I many friends. Mrs. A. E. you Sunday.The =- -. ,- 'i

Mrs. V. C. Woodward will return Oliver assisted Mrs. Sizemore in I Icntertaining. Junior Christian Endeavor I i

Sunday from a visit with her mother -I I will! meet for reorganization Sunday i I''

Mrs. R. L. Merritt in Sparta, The guests included Mr. and Mrs. evening at 6:30. As a part of the I -

Ga. Mr. Woodward was recently!I: W. L. Brantley, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 1 program of this group the boys )I
;+ accepted: as a candidate for Of-' W Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. and girls will make up a choir I
ficers Training Corps and is awaiting -I! Wenzloff, Mr. and "Mrs. A. E. for the evening service. All boys I ANNOUNCING 1 :

his call to report for duty. He i i Oliver Mr. ,and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery and girls of the junior department Ay
and Mrs. Woodward are residing Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Gid- age are urged to attend Mrs. West I y Af

with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton. I dens, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curt- moreland and Mrs. Heath have ,
New Store Hours :
ner, Mr. and Mrs. ,Charles Carden consented to be the sponsors. :
Fred A. Bishop left Wednesday' and son Weldon, Mr. and Mrs. Bill The 'teachers and officers of the Ay AY

evening for his home in Richmond, Morgan and son, Bob Mr. and Mrs. Community Sunday School are ask- Ay
'' Va., after spending several days W. C. Rainey, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. ed to meet in the church Thursday A

here where he was called by the Turk, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Krueger evening at 8:00 for the, regular- ':: We are open until 11:00 on Satur :_!:

death on Saturday of his father.. Mr. and Mrs. A. Toulis, Mr. and monthly meeting. _
:: ::
and ten
day Sunday nights. at
j J. W. Bishop. He was accom- Mrs. Wilton Broaderick, Mrs. Ruth The session of Community Church :
: ..
I ..
' panied to Jacksonville by' R. M. B. Owens, Miss Lillie Padgett. Miss under authority delegated by the I .;. o'clock on other nights. .;.
Bishop on a business trip. Jessie Maloy, Miss Florence Grah- Constitution of the Church has

am, Miss Audrey Kersey, CharlesB. called for a meeting of the congregation :i= We will close from 11:00 A. M. ::
Mrs. Blanche Bronson left Wednesday Owens Bill Bowden, Ray Brus- after-the evening service .:'
for Roderfield, West Vir- sard and Dan Padgett. on Sunday, September 25, for the :i: until 2:30 P. M. on Sundays instead- of :!:

ginia, where she will reside in the of electing additional elders -
I purpose :;: until 4:00 as formerly. ::
future. Mrs. Bronson has been CRADLE ROLL MOTHERS MEET I and to consider the transferof ,

connected with the Inter County WITH MRS. LARSEN, KNIGHT i presbyterial, affiliation from I ':: STORE OPEN AT 6:45 ,EACH :.;:
Telephone Telegraph Companyfor Southwest Presbytery to Southeast i I ..
twenty-five years and came to Mrs. 'Otto Larsen and Mrs. R. H. Presbytery. All members and reg-I I :*: MORNINGYour ::

Clewiston when the company pug Knight were hostesses Thursday ular, contributors are urged to be ,

chased the local telephone ex evening to members of the Cradle present. :yi i: : patronage is greatly appreciat, :::
change several
years ago. Roll Mothers Club of the Community
Church. The evening was spentin RESOLUTION :i: ed and we want you to visit us often.Art's :;:
; Guy Nelson, U. S. Navy y y
spent sewing on table napkins for the XY
'i'{ ( the week-end in Clewiston_ with his Methodist Orphanage at Benson WHEREAS, Comrade O. F. ,
mother Mrs. W. S. Bowdon. This Springs and twenty-eight SchiffH has been called by the ::: y
is Guy's first visit home in two were completed for this naPkinS\\ preme Commander, and u-I y

I years several previous furloughs The mothers decided to begin a WHEREAS this Post has lost a I :_: Soda Shoppe
' having been cancelled. He has been nursery project for the purpose of loyal and unselfish member, who I
aboard ship most of the time and caring for small children duringthe has given freely of his time and j
, ii has made trips across the Atlantic church hour each Sunday morn- professional, knowledge in assisr- :: Dan Padgett, Mgr. :i:

I ill. several times. Guy left Monday for Ing; In order that their mothers ing disabled members and in securing I; -..-
i 1 his 'home port Charleston, S. C. might be free to attend church. hospitalization when re-


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Gems of Thought ....
Navy Carries War to JapsIn
THE men and women who do

Aleutian Isles for religion are not its
R DOR Fogbound advocates but its witnesses, for
I religion is best expressed in

ON AGESCRE lives.William Lyon Phelps.
W N* 0
passes, art alone
The Japs are in'the Aleutians, By VIRGINIA VALE Enduring stays to us;
found the worst and Released by Western Newspaper Union The bust outlives the throne- '
Washington D. C. where The coin, Tiberius.

FARM .PARITY FIGHTTo most dangerous flying and.sail- I F YOU happen to be anywhere -AUSTIN DODSON "-

Roosevelt advisers the farm ing weather\in the world. How- near where one of the Among the smaller duties of

parity fight was an ominous runnerup ever, our navy is after them, Vox Pop programs is being life I hardly know of one more

of what many of them expect and it blasted the main Jap broadcast, spare no effort to important than that of not
the next two years-IF theNovember island the praising where praise is not
during stronghold on Kiska attend it-you'll have a lot due.-Sydney Smith.
for the
elections turn sour
same day the battle for of fun maybe make some Let
Democrats. It left people a little very your countenance be
worried around the White House. the Solomon islands began.No money, and see one of our bet-' pleasant, but in serious mat-

Up until now the White House has attempt will be made.hereto ter radio programs in action. ters somewhat grave.-George

been confident that the'house' of"representatives tell the continuing story of Maybe you'll have the pleasure I Washington.

would remain Demo- the U. S. navy's heroic efforts of meeting Parks Johnson, who'sa

cratic-despite the warning of Chair- to blast the emperor's little : swell guy; you may be lucky ,..
man Ed Flynn that the Middle West enough to meet Mrs. Johnson, who
and probably. California would go brown men from the fogshrouded goes along. Before the broadcast GIVE YOUR

Republican.So islands that lie off Alaska. t t Johnson stages stunts with mem-

the fight over farm parity wasa "The record," says Secretaryof u bers of the audience, and pays them

shock; and administration leaders the Navy Knox, "speaks for well .for participating. Mrs. John- COLD.THEAIR
from the prospect of facing -
shrink ,
son Duys tne gUts tor me women
bat- itself. Get quick relief the famous Penetro \
that type of congressional on' the program, and rounds up good Nose Drop 2-drop way.Helps open up
tling for two long ,years to come. Right: A. J. Isbell, USN, com- places for the company to eat. As cold stuffed nose. Generous sizes, I I
But, if the Republicans organize the mandant naval air station at part of the audience, you'll be partof 25c and 50c. Use only as directed. \
house, or even if the Democraticmajority I I
Kiska. the program, and have a grand
is appreciably cut, that is time. I
exactly what will happen. ..........._._.._..._......."._, .' < .W t ;' Bad .
I temper is its own scourge. I
Three reasons are given, backstage Rosalind Russell's sponsoringJanet Few things are more bitter than \ "

for the faulty handling which Blair'with a vengeance! First to feel bitter. A man's venom poisons f I
resulted in the terrific farm battle. she convinced Columbia Pictures himself.more than his victim.

1. The President himself, who that Janet was perfect for the title -Charles Buxton. I I
couched his message to congress in role in "My Sister Eileen"; then

terms of such a strong ultimatum she waived the exclusive star clause i
rather than the usual Roosevelt pep-
.... .. Pull the Trigger
"" J '" "
talk strategy at which he is so adept.

Incidentally, the speech was writ

ten in large part by brusque, bull- Constipation with .,
dozing Leon Henderson. I :

2. Speaker Sam Rayburn, who Ease for Stomach tooWhen
dropped his usual kindliness and ,
told congressional friends I
constipation brings on discom- I
that the President had promised him fort after meals,stomach upset,bloating,
not to send a farm price stabilization dizzy spells, gas coated tongue and bad
message until later. Rayburn's at- sLtq breath,your stomach is probably"cryingthe
blues" because your bowels don't
titude was a tip-off in deeds if not move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
words "To vote as you please, the trigger on those lazy bowels, com-"
boys." by 9'r \, y: bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease-
to your stomach in taking. For, years
3. Price Czar Leon Henderson, many Doctors have given pepsin preparations .r I
who was considered the political in their prescriptions to make ,I ....
and bogeyman for whom the medicine more agreeable to a touchy .... -
ogre jJParade : fA stomach. So be sure your laxative contains
farm stabilization bill was being ( ) ; L Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cald-
passed. well's Laxative Senna combined with
Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the
WAR BONDSA Mike Hodikoff, chief of JANET' BLAIR Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
:;yy z i nyroya' visits muscles in your intestines to bring wel-
Aleuts U. S. warship
war sayings bond salesman in come relief from"constipation., And the
Buchanan county, Iowa, was non- in her contract so that Janet could good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative -
plussed when the spokesman for a share star billing. Next she took so comfortable and easy on your
stomach. Even finicky children love the
Janet for a tour of the army camps,
colony of 75 families flatly refusedto ; taste of this pleasant family laxative.
buy. ;even ,:so much as, a 10-cent with the purpose of interesting her Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna combined -'
stamp';. T The salesman was aboutto soldier brother, George. Russell, in.1 with Syrup Pepsin;as directed on ,.
'' I
label doctor..advises,and feel
the actress. or as your
leave but was called back and young world better Get genuine Dr.Caldwell's.It's .
handed $6,450 in cash as the cola --

ny's donation to the war effort I Alan Reed spent two months in
Seeking an explanation, the bewil- Hollywood waiting, to make a pic- No Bargain
dered bond seller was told that the ture th'at'rtever: was started, thoughhe Romantic Suitor-I would"' lay

community was composed of Amish was paid regularly. He collecteda the world at your feet. '

families and that their religious typical Hollywood wardrobe Gladys-I wouldn't care for it,

creed forbids them to make a profit slacks, sports shirts, Mexican, huaraches -I in its present mussed up condi

out of war They were willingto fir. .tw r .7i silver-trimmed belts. Ezra tion.
make a gift of the money, but Stone, till recently of "Henry Al-
could not buy interest-bearing bonds. I drich," ran into Reed in his Hollywood L

Presidential adviser Isador Lubin, I togs, in New York. "Gee," IRRITATIONS OF

after 36 straight hours of hard work, said he, "you're not even a civilian!" S KUID EXTERNAL CAUSEacne

went to bed one morning at nine -
pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
o'clock, slept' until nine the next Young Russell Hoyt, RKO actor, ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
morning. has been trying to make people forgethis miseries with simple home treatment.
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
The .
infantry company at Fort resemblance to Alan
striking healing by killing perms It touches. Use
Devens, Mass., boasts that every Ladd. Now it's got him a job. RKO Black and White Ointment only as di
rected. lOc,25c,50c sizes.25 years success.
member of the is
company buyingwar used him in bits in "Seven Days'Leave" :Money-back guarantee. t3T Vital in
bonds, and'it is 101 per cent and "Here We Go Again," cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
Black and White Skin Soap daily
correct. then had no role for him, so lent
for Gor-
him to Paramount "Lucky
ARMY SHOES don"-he'll play a Ladd henchman

If you are a draftee with high >'1:.) -- who, because of his resemblance to
Vfu' xJ>>
arches or low arches, one flat footor .. F rk.. the star, can create alibis for him. IF FIllS UPTONIGHT
two flat feet, or even if your Tr- alDsr

right foot is a half size Jarger than Alaska marines at Sitka:: take"conditioning" A', o wrCti Claudette Colbert probably,, set a YOUR .
your left foot-it doesn't matter. g' b.'Cf. record recently by being a bridesmaid
The quartermaster will fit you any- hikes weekly, and ht.rrk once and bride, twice, all within Do this-Try 3-purpose VatronoLIt

way. work out field problems underall 24 hours. It was all for Preston ((1)) shrinks, swollen membranes

Even i if no one of the 238 different weather conditions, as shownin Sturges' "The Palm Beach Story"; (2) soothes irritation, (3)) relieves

sizes of army shoes fits you, instruc- picture above, which was takenin Claudette's bridegrooms were Joel transient nasal congestion And
McCrea and Rudy Vallee, and her brings greater breathing
tions to army posts are that every '0C")f R SrH ro-
the rain. You'll
foot shall be fitted, and fitted com- stunt as bridesmaid took place when Y06
it. Follow directions
Right: Maj. B. M. CofJen b married else. She's ;T TRO'
fortably. This order is to be obeyedeven erg Joel someone in folder. VA FiOl
if it means, making a plaster USMC, commanding the marinesat working now in "No Time for Love"!

cast of the odd foot and making a Sitka, prepares a field message KIn '
I'll Find You" Pride of the Uncertain
special shoe from an individual last. while with h
attending conference :tysybL < Keenan Wynn, of the radio's "Shad- Snobbery is the pride of those
In such cases, the individual last
is tagged with the name of the sol- his officers. All wear waterrepellent ow" programs, played a soldier who who ire not sure of their position. ;
masks and steel 1918' machine gun which -Berton Braley.
dier and filed away until he needs clothing, gas operated a
had been blown from its tripod; be-
another pair of shoes. Such service

would cost $25 a pair in private life. I ..........'.., ....,....... .....".,'.w.WN.','"'. .'''''-:om" } cause of the kickbacks weeks., his shoulderwas When '
strapped for two
Army experts declare that a soldier he saw the picture in New York, a, SFIAVEwIthSHELBY I.

with sore feet is worthless. Rtr ,, soldier in front of him said: "Fake! AND ,
wJ You can't fire a machine gun from

NO CELLOPHANE COMMISSION ... .."" .. ".... ..,...... ::.::....:/.,,s, that position." Keenan leaned for- i
Siegfried Bechhold, president of ward and tapped the young man on SHARPER I

the Armored Tank corporation is the shoulder. "Yes you can, brother rC' z BECAUSE j;.
now a private in the army. After ," said he. "I did it." THEY'RE '

making a small fortune in manufac- '14--, t'3 THINNER

turing tanks, Bechhold joined the When Jack Benny and Mary Liv-

army as a ,private, age 42, was sent : ingstone first met she was 12, and or double single edge edge
to Camp Lee, Va. Friends expectedto Jack, calling on her sister disliked
find him unhappy after exchanging Mary as heartily as she loathed I
his soft life for the rigors of him. He was appearing at a local
Manufactured and guaranteed by
the army. But when Bechhold got vaudeville theater, and Mary bribed Federal. Raier Blad. Co., N. Y.
away for his first week-end, he de- 7 j her pals to maintain complete silence -
clared: r c all through his act! Ii II I
'This experience is making a man
of me, and I wouldn't miss it for the Claudia Morgan, recently signedto "
worldt! I've served in other armies, play "Andrea Reynolds" on the II !
but there's no army to compare with air serial, "We Love and Learn," TO WAR WORK <. l
this one. You talk about 'morale'the to. couldn't escape the theater; she's .
soldiers don't need 'morale'; i the daughter of Ralph Morgan, the HOARD YOUR
they already have it. ,v' t niece of Frank, and made her stages PENNIES TO

< ", ... debut on Broadway while in her WARN
"You have to' get out of Washington rry WBUY

to learn what Uncle Sam's army (n : !.: 4 r. .. : : :<4>L. teens. A few years simultaneously ago she was in GS
is really like. If I had ten sons, I .; ,:.>.... ",:;;> ; i playing lead roles
would tell them all to join the two Broadway stage hits and in a tSATAv MPS
army." 1 These men are conditioned for rugged country fighting by weekly hike. radio series. .. ', -'(



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A SOLDIER'S SOLILOQUY up yet. I said "If I swallowed it,
it's up." Talk about your dumb I

His V-Mail Message to His Old Pal people. I said to one of the fel-
if- "Joey"My KElP 'EM
Dear Joey: lows, "I guess we dropped the ROLLINSa f a

The next time the call comes tot anchor." He said, "I knew they'd .. .
-- ,
make the world safe for democ- lose it. It's been hanging out ever -- .- I
racy, I'm taking a crack at the since we left New York." We hada J
,Navy. As you know, I was a victim life-boat drill, and when the boat
r r'if of Class "A". The next time was being lowered over the side of
.I want to be in Class "B"-B there the ship it spilled some men, into ,
( when they go, and B there when the water. Only the 2nd Lt. andI \ -
.' they come back! were left on the boat. The Lt. -r
I remember when I was reg- gave orders to pull the men out M
istering. I went to the desk and of the water by the hair of their
my milk-man was in charge. He heads. f I was struggling with the
said, "What's your name?" I said, men when one fellow with a bald .
'"Young man you know my name." head yelled, "Pull me out." I said
"What's your name," he barked, "Go down and come up the right r.
so I told him "August Childe." He way." ,-
' said, "Are you an alien?" I replied Well, we landed in Australia and 1't
"No, I feel fine." Then he were Immediately sent to the
said, "When did you first see the trenches. After three nights in the "- -
L ,
light of day?" I said "When I trenches all the cannons started to -

moved"to Philadelphia 'from Pitts-/I roar and the shells started to fall.: ;:
: burgh. He asked me how I started to shaking with pa-
:was so I told him "twenty-three triotism. I tried to hide behind a
t the first of September." He said tree but there weren't enough trees
the first of, September you'll be in for the officets. The captain came
Australia and that will be the last round and said, "Five o'clock .
of August.A go over the top." I said, "I'd like } /e/, &!rlf tG a:r y <"?o 1.Y:y il 3 r /r Y '/S'S 1qf/!)/;( i..ZF.d k \ / 1 ..

veterinarian started to examine to go on a furlough." He asked, ,,YuoY% G
1, me. He asked me if I ever had w
"Haven't you any red blood in J st.fYlp H "i r, '
the measles, small-pox or st. viius I you?" I said, "Yes, but I.don't I c., .> >..:yvyd'i yG yij% iy/.a'XtEi:4
dance, and if I took fits. I said, want to see it." "He said, "Where
"No, only when I stay in a saloon do you want to go?" I said, "Any- :
too long." Then he said "Can you I; where where it's warm." He told !
see all right?," I said sure, but !.me where to go. Five o'clock and
.. .I

G. tyfY 'rv)'% ZY d'
I'll be cock-eyed tonight if I
pass. we went over the top. Ten thou q..;{J'/.
V Then he listened around my chest sand Japs came at us. They all
rind said, "I think you have a wart looked at me as though I started
somewhere." I said, "Wart my the :war. Our' captain yelled, "Fireat
neck,. that's a button in your ear." Will," but 1 didn't know any of
The doctor said he had examined
their: names. I guess the fellow
i 140,000 men and that I was the. behind me thought I was Will. He bdjkill'
most perfect physical wreck that fired his gun and shot me in, the %6ri3 Y
he had examined. Then he handedme 'excitement. On my way to the .
a card-Class A.' hospital I asked a fellow where 9 ;\/;:
Then I went off to and I I ,Gf '
camp they were taking me. He said, .o Y. r/: r Gr:k Giy
guess they didn't think I'd live "You're going to the morgue." I
long. The first fellow wrote on said "There's I
some I'm
my car, "Flying corpse 2." I 1i I
not dead. "Lie down, he replied -
went a little further and some guy "do you want to make a 1I OTORllNES
1 said, "Look. what the wind's blow- fool out of the doctor?" Finally I
Ing in." I said'"Wind nothing, the
a pretty nurse came in, winked
f draft's doing it." On the second and said-well, that's another I
morning they put these clothes on story.
,, me. What an outfit! As soon as
4 you are in it you think you can ....
I lick anybody. They have two sizes '
-too large and too small. The .. '., ;.. 'I"
pants are too tight. I can't sit ,' .e-. i
: -
down. The shoes are so big I 4 l' ....,
turn around three times and they
don't move: And what a raincoat o
they gave me. It strained the

: ,dressed rain. I up passed with a the fancy officer belt and all Our men need tanks ss: ar.d ,guns The steel for

c all that stuff. He said, calling ,
after me, "Don't you notice whatI
have on?" ..1 said "Yes, what

are they. you gave kicking me." about, look what .these must be, made from 50scr-ap metal But

I landed,. in camp with 7500. ,
k In ten minutes I was broke. I
never saw so many 3's and 12's
on a pair of dice. No matter what
I did I went broke. Something mills have
went wrong even in cards. One the Nation's steel i don't enough scrap

time I got five aces and I was
r afraid to bet. A good thing I
didn't, the fellow next to had"

R six next crooked kings.to me poker Finally said game., "We're I said The playing this fellow isa ,' on hand to last even 30 days more! Keep 'em

pinochle, not :poker." Everything
d was crazy. If you were a livery '
? hand you were put in the medical

man department., they made If you you were officer a watch-of the running Help uiln a huge scrap stockpile:

day. I saw a guy with a wooden I
leg and asked him what he was '
doing in the Army. He said, "I'm -

it going was to nice.mash Five the below potatoes.zero" one Oh, the bigger the better ;

morning they called us out for r r .
underwear inspection. You talk

4n about scenery-red flannels, BVD's,
all kinds. The 'union suit I had
on would fit Tony Galento. The
Lt. lined us up: and told me to
stand up. I said "I'm up. This
. underwear makes you think I'm Go down into your basement-
E sitting down." He got so mad he your storeroom.. Climb up to
put me digging ditches. A little the attic too. Look at the unused stuff Will
while later he passed and said, YOUR NEGLECT
you're sure to find, and realize how
"Don't throw that dirt "
up here. I important these odds and endscan
said, "Where am I going to throwit
/ ?" He said, "Dig another hole be.Important.

;p' and I was guy put pretty it named in mad there.Jones myself" By and, so that myself another time-I the world.to Important a kid half to way a blue-clad around C 0 S T S 0 M E B R A V E

: drunk a quart of whiskey. Finally, gob-to a flyer, racing to reach the
Jones acted so funny that I ran to target before some knifing Messer-
the doctor and told him Jones was schmitt can find its mark.
I going blind. He asked me whatwe J-
were doing and I told him. So That old metal means steel for these ,
he asked me if Jones saw pink men.. And steel means armor plate B 0'V'8 LI FE \

' elephants. I said, "No, that's the for safety-weapons and ships for S
trouble, they're there and he '
doesn't see them." Victory.

Three days later we sailed
for tt
Without die.
t they'll They're, not
Marching down
the pier afraid of tHat but it's better
'! I had to give '
some more bad luck. I had -
f.. a sergeant who stuttered and it a life for a cause than to be sacrificed' .'

took him so long to say "halt" that by thoughtlessness. And it's better : 7k'_
27 of us marched overboard. They yet to live, knowing that the folks ':., ,- .. A., ,. ,
pulled us out and the captain came back home didn't let them down. :
j along and said, "Fall in." I replied -

i : "., "I have just been in." I And we won't let them down!Monday Watch this paper for details of the big scrap drive and 'what you must do to helpNEWSPAPERS'
the boat
was on twelve
seasick starts our big scrap collection driveandyou'regoingtohelpmakeita
I all the time, nothing going
e, down, everything coming up. I UNITED SCRAP METAL DRIVE .
good one. Don't let because -
leaned over the railing all the up you ,
time. In the middle of one of my see a full junk yard or a brimming This space' contributed by (name of paper)
best leans, the captain rushed up salvage depot.-That's the way they've
i and said, "What company are you r got to be to make sure,the mills

1 in?" I said, "I'm all by myself." won't run out! .- .... THE CLEWISTON NEWSI
He asked
I, me if the brigadier was


;, Power.. (SEAL), J. O. DAVIDSON, NWIA and NVj-NEVl Section 16,
April 15-Feeding the Multitude. Chairman Board of County 'rownship 44 ".. Range 32 ..E.'i..
Commissioners Hendry /
SNWj and NW /t-SWU and
'April 22-Touching All Bases. ATTESTCount\Vlrt'I frT. J4-SEii; Section 22, Township
.. HULL, 44 ,
1 2 Range 32 E.;
Travelogs, ,
April Clerk. NE% and ..
\V1h-SWI.4 NE ;.1SWJI.J ;
'. .
3. 4, 5.. Oct 16.KOTICU \ find S\VV Sand
';' May Preventing' Blindness I 'N"VSE% and E'-SEyi and
.1-SWV-SEI4 Section 28,
'. and Saving Sight. Township 44 S.. '
May 13-Priceless Pearls. OP ..APPLICATION FOIl Stt-NBK-SWK and eSE1SW1ti
TAX DEED Section 32, Township 44 S., Range.
May 20-Sarasota. (Senate Bill No. 163) 32. E,;
May 24-Sugar in the Ever, E&-NWii and. SWV -NEt4 Sec
tion 34, Township 14 S., Range '
glades. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That 32 E.The .
\,1\ Ray C. Hull, holder of Tax certificate assessment .of the said 'prop- .
No. 60, erty under the said certificates '
1 Mntement of the Ownership Management issued the day of issued -
l> the Act OfCOIIKIVMM September A. D. 1936; has filed same was in the name of Unknown.
Etc., Required y
f and I in my office'and has made application Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
7 v} March : 1ICJ3 of The ClewUlon for a tax deed to be issued according to law, the prop- _-,
; at ClewhJ- I thereon Said certificate embraces erty described therein will be sold
I News piibliKlicd
Jb I the following described property In to the highest bidder at the court
I toii, Florida, tor Sept. 30, : "
the County of Hendry, State of FlorIda house door on the first Monday In
I FLORIDA ) ,. to-wit: the month of November. 1942, which
\ STATE, OF )ss All Block 30 LaBelle.. Is the 2nd day of November, 1942.
l The of the said Dated this 1st day of October. 1912.
COUNTY OF HENDRY ) assessment
Se al
( ) .
ni, erty under the said ''certificate Issuedwas < WILLIAM T. .HULL.
Before me, a .Rotary Public in, and in the name of J. T, _Murphy Clerk Hendry Circuit Court of
aforesaid Unless said certificate shall be Florida.
for the State and redeemed October 291623IN
personally appeared Keathlcy Bowden, according to law, the prop-
who, having been duly sworn according erty described therein will be sold
to law, deposes and says that to the highest bidder at the court
he is the editor of the Clewiston\ 'house door ,on the first :Monday in Tim COUNTY JUDRK'S
News and that the following is,' to the month of November, 1942, which COURT IN AND:: FOR IIDX-, .
I I the best of his knowledge and belief, is the 2nd day of November, 1942. DRY COUNTY, rijOIUDA.. 4 "
a true statement of. the ownership, Dated this 1st day of October 1942.
management, etc., of the aforesaid I (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL,
publication for the date shown in the Clerk of Circuit Court of IN RE: Estate of
above caption, required by the Act Hendrv County, Florida. OSWALD F. KCHIFFLI, deceased.
of August 24, 1912, as amended by Oct. 2, 9, 1 G, 23. AOTICH TO CREDITORS n
i the Act of March 3, 1933, embodiedin You and each of you are hereby
\gc ,I section 537, Postal Laws and notified and required' to present any
Regulations, to-wit: claims and demands which.. you, or .
and addresses'I'' either nf you mw have a,,"I..c. + the
1. That the names J\UTIUI': OF
of the publisher, editor, managing TAX AIM'MCATIOX DEEDNOTICES I'OH estate of ;\vatduF. Schlffll, deceased,
I editor, and business managers arc:i ( le. I I teof said County, to thc County
Publisher, The Clewiston News, Inc., IS11HEREBY Judge of Hendrv County, Florida, at
U.3. Treasury Dept,' I Clewiston, Florida; Editor, Keathley J. C. Jackman holder of Tax Certifi- ibis office in the Court House at

old money's all in loaf ransferableciar. Bowden* 2. That, Clewiston, Florida.is: The Clewis- cates 1925 142 of 1922; 27 'of 1924; A of LaBelle months 1 Florida from, within the date eight of calendar the-'
ou&i Juck'i man-my the owner ; 114 of 1926; 482 483 of 1927; first
publication of this notice. Each
ton News, Inc., Clewiston, Florida; 453, 457, 461, 571 of 1928; 30C 308, claim
ponds. M. P. Palm Beach Florida; 315 of '' or demand must be in writingand
ayln s Bryant. 1929; 445?( 417 of 1932; 277' of must state the place of residenceand
S. B. Beach, Palm Beach, Florida. 1933 160
: of
WS-121.c 1935; 222 of 1938; 127, 129 post office address of the claim-
3. That the known bondholders, of 1939 has
; filed same in office
my ant and must be to P
hold- sworn by the
other security
mortgagees, and and has
made application of tax
a claimant, his agent his
or attorney,
ers owning or holding 1 per centor deed to be issued thereon. Said
amount of bonds, or the same will become void. according -
more of cates embrace the following described
Bounty Board To $2,000 had been budgeted to covel'l) NONE.mortgages, or other securities are: State property in the County of Hendry This to the law. 17th day of September '\
defense council operating expensesfor 1942.
4. That the two paragraphs next \Vlh-:"V { and NEU-NWft and (Signed) J::. E. KELLY,
the fiscal year beginning Oct. above, the names of the own- SWVt
and NWSE Section 10, *
To State Administrator of the Estate o I
Give $250 1, but that this fund and others ers, stockholders, and security hold- township 44 S., Range 32 E.; Oswald F. SchiffII deceased.
ers, if contain, not only the
any E-NR'1:1-N\Vand ,NEi-. S > 24 Oct. 1 8, 15;
would have to be trimmed in or- list of stockholders and security hold- I < pt. .22
Fund ----- - -
Publicity der to make an approximate $3- I ers as they appear upon the booksof --
1/ the company but also, in cases I
000 cut in the budget which is where the. stockholder or security o,

J.-- being held up by Comptroller Jim holder appears upon the books of the LI
'(Hendry County News) company as trustee or in any other r
at Lee unapproved since it Is that fiduciary relation, the name of the
The county 'commissioners much higher this year than last. person or corporation -for whom such .
the regular meeting held ,last Tues- trustee Is acting, is given; also that It'sYOURfight
The board voted to appropriate the said two paragraphs contain I:
day voted to contribute the sum $1,200 earmarked for civilian de statements embracing affiant's full
'of $250 from the publicity fund I knowledge and belief as to the circumstances !

.to Florida National Exhibits, Inc., fense. which stockholders and and conditions security under holders -I too

for national advertising 'next year. who do not appear upon" the

In so doing Hendry falls in line Purchase" which_ goes into the Ii-I hold books Stock; of the and-company securities as in trustees a ca-, i ii i Yx= rri;., 4NM4 BUY U.S.

with all of the 'other counties in brary. The Clewiston ParentTeacher pacity other than that, of a bona fide

the state who are said to be sub- Association paid for this film owner believe; and this that affiant any other has no person reasonto } -UJflR J i '.

'.scribing. which was shown yesterday and' will association, or corporation has any I .

The board approved a. liquor li- be held over for the P.-T. A. meet- said interest stock direct, bonds or, or indirect other securities in the BOnDS

v- ense for H. J.. Oglesby who ''bought ing on Tuesday, October 20. than as so stated by him.

the Pete Chagaris store in Clewis- The list follows: KEATHLEY BOWDEN.Editor. from income ....

"ton and also a liquor license for October 15-Care of the Teeth; Sworn to and 'subscribed before me

Julius L. Little, 'colored, for the Our Louisiana Purchase. this(Seal 13th) day of Oct.BERYL-, 1942.BOWDEN, ,.

'Cozy Corner Bar in Harlem: October 22-House Fly. Notary Public. OFFICIAL

W. C. Owen of Clewiston, secre- October 29-Flowers at. Work. (My commission expires ,March 28, U. S. NAVYPHOTOGRAl'lI '

tary of the Hendry County Defense November 5-Land of Mexico. 1945.) 'I

Council, appeard before the November Safeguarding.. Military .1-4.. I

board that t.he' sum of $1- '
to ask Information. NOTICE "..!},-\ I"iF --
'200 be appropriated to cover operating November '19-People of Mexico. Between Sea Battles
of the defense of- In compliance with Section 98.40 '1
expenses November 2 6-MacArthur '
Florida Statutes (1941), notice i is
lice which is located in Clewiston. Bombed. hereby given that the County Com- ....4I

Clerk William T. Hull reported that December 3-Royal Parks. missioners of Hendry County, Flor-
ida, at a meeting held Wednesday,
December 10<>Junior Cattlemen. October 14, 1942, for the purpose of
examining and revising the registration -
:list of 'School December 17-Story of Leather.I books of Hendry County, Florida I

January 7-Ring of Steel. '. erased ,therefrom the names of
all such as have died, or removed
Films Is Given January 14.-Modern. Milk. I from the county, or from one district -
January 28 -Tirst Aid Life! to another in the county, or
who are otherwise disqualified to
Saving and .Resuscitation. vote, as follows to-wit:
February 4-First AidControlof 'I PRECINCT ONE (1) :" ae
of films which
The- following list Care of Minor Ed Elrod, 'V.V.' Hathcock Flor- BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE
the school this Bleeding Mrs,
will be received by ence Hackett, A. L. Hackett, !
'term to 'be used in visual educa-I Wounds Chas. E. Lear, Thomas Jacobs.
:tion was furnished this week by February Travis Cochran Mrs. Sadie Cochran -
Mrs. -Jerome Fugate who has charge'of the World. I W. M. Davidson, Ida :M. David
son Mrs. Rosetta J. Keen. Frank B,
this section of the school work February 18-Bip Goes to Keen,. Roy Toney, Mrs. Roy Toney,
February 25-Chance to Lose. and that the County Commissioners -
'this year. of Hendry. County, Florida, will meel c
Anyone is cordially invited to at- March 4-Drinking Health. on Friday, October 23rd, 1942, at 1(0 l EMIT ON FIIIML
*tend the showing of these films March 11-England's Coronation. o'clock A. M.. at the Court House i Ir
18 First of the City of LaBelle, Florida for thE y.wa '
March Century 'I
at three o'clock Thursday .
which begin purpose of restoring to the sai i!'
afternoons and those interested Baseball. registration books any of the abov
names which have been wrongly 01
are urged to clip this list and March 25-Florida' Fair. erroneously erased or stricken off I II If I I I

preserve it for reference. April 1-How, to Bat Like pig "provided such ,person shall make such
I fact appear to the satisfaction oiI
The school gets these films free I Leaguers. the said Board of county Commis

by buying one, film "Our Louisiana April 8-Horse Sense in Horse I sioners on or before said date.

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? 1 A quiz with answers offering, ??

A NO TIlER information on various subjects J '

The Questions United States when the Monroe
l 1'
sy IWNU Sr/ft 1. What is the number of degrees doctrine was adopted?
of latitude between the
'W'J. J
:: New York Picture Postcard: North pole and the equator? The Answers J.

The 5th Avenue store which ad- 2. A gallon of water spread out 1. Ninety degrees.
in a layer one inch thick will cov- 2. Two square feet.
vertises a dog soap as "Shampooch"Toscanini
r gettihg a bow from er how many square ,feet? 3. A word pronounced like an-
the hips from a 57th Street record 3. What is a homonym? other but different in spelling, like

,Po shop owner The Broadway 4. Natives of what place are of- "hair" and "hare." ,;
which during the ten called Bluenoses? 4. Nova Scotia.
bright lights go on
day and off at night .. The man 5. How many dozen are desig- 5. A great 'gross consists. of 144
leaning out of his 4th floor window at nated by the initials "g.gr."? dozen. I :.';
the Taft Hotel-focusing his binocu- 6. How far is a baseball pitch-. 6. Sixty feet, six inches.
lars on the Winter Garden undress- er's box from the home plate? 7. About 65 miles above the sur- .'

ing rooms The "Queen of 47th 7. Where is the Heaviside layer? face of the earth.
Street"-an old gal, who strolls 8. Who was President of the 8. James Monroe, (1823). /

there after midnight, attired in Gay ..
90s garb The Music Hall

'f'ff lounge, swankier than most high- tHINGS
priced joynts Stop and Go r AKEi110TIFS J. Fuller Pep \

signs along Broadway, which pedes- .

trians ignore like good advice By JERRY LINK
The well-behaved patrons in the for baby dominate this

). Automat and the noisy drunks in -in fact, the entire
the uppity places Wall Street, transfer is devoted to baby. Thereare S

the,, nation's cash register, crowded sprays of dainty embroidery

with some of the-shabbiest buildings just right for wee dresses, slipsor

in town Colyumists hearing a gertrudes and the scallop pat-
= .v wit drop a pearl and tossing a cointo terns might come in handy here

1,111 ',: Serve a aladVin Your. Vitamins I decide who gets it., also. Ronald, the duck, rides a \
{, (See Recipes 6c
I Sixth Avenue auctioneers explod-

It Vitamin Ways This Week's Menu ing vocal Roman candles Art-
r lovers in the museums-and their t \ i
t. Comes winter and fall when vege- Browned Oysters velvet whispers Two lovers
tables and fruits are more scarce Scalloped Peas and Onions juggling their dreams in whispered

..' than during sumIi. Cranberry-Pineapple Salad nothings The photo of a
mer and fall, and wrecked in the windowat
; Jap
Hot Biscuits I Slttln' down In Jed's General
; many a home- Dempsey's The hungry
Store the other day It was kinds
!' \ maker is apt toL Apple Juice Mince Pie I pigeons at 54th and 7th every sun- ";si' kS Impressed on me that the weakera

fall shy on serv- Recipes Given up waiting for the stationery store- fellow's argument Is, the stronger -
the words he uses!
ing her family keeper to feed them The cop's Well,when I get to talkIn'about
these vital body Parboil onions 25 minutes. Drain. horse that accepts cookie,only.from KELLOGG'S PEP and vitamins I

t regulating and Drain peas and reserve Vz cup pea the Roxy show gals near the stage t don't need any high-powered
words. You to feel
.. foods. see really good
i> protective door The slanty penmanshipof
liquor. Melt 2 tablespoons you got to eat right, which Includes -
;- Yet, this is the time when the body butter,,_ rain editing the park's complexion gettln' all your vitamins.
; needs them most. These foods build blend in flour, The man and womaneuversthat And while PEP hasn't got 'em all, '
: up the body's resistance to disease salt and pepper. ( f inspire so many of the Broad- tic rac wave as bib decoration, this swell-tastln' cereal Is extra-
I long In the two that are'oftenest
c. -and keep you, to pick a common Add pea liquor way songs and tragedies.FBI or perhaps he'd make a playsuit extra-short In ordinary meals-B4
;" example, from having a cold as soon and milk and pocket along with Whiskers, the and D. Try PEP, won't you?

: i as, warm weather and sun flee. cook until mix- men glad the "kidnap" scare cat. A cute bunny rabbit is also

Minerals are busy building and ture thickens, o c in Westchester was solved so quickly for appliqueing, and last but not 1ktcpp

; repairing, replenishing body tissues stirring constantly. Pour into cas- "Couldn't spare 100 agentson least'is Paddlefoot, the duck. p

: that get torn down and used up, serole. Melt.remaining butter, stir a kidnap case now-with all I A deltdout cereal that suppliet per serving
daily with every movement you in bread crumbs sprinkle over cas- the other things to do".j,, That These cunning designs are all on one (.1 o;.): the full minimum daily nerd of
I make. Vitamins help you use the serole. Bake' in a moderately hot I was the case of the nurse who al- transfer directions Z9486 and ,suggestions 15 cents, together for their with use. vitamin D;114 the daily rued of vitamin B:.

, foods you eat.Goodtoeat (375-degree) oven for about 25 min- legedly confessed she did it She Send your order to:
'r+ foods help the family utes. will get away with a ten year sen

i take in all these vital minerals and Vegetable Bouillon. tence, perhaps Because she AUNT MARTHABox Deforming Nature

vitamins. Drab, uninteresting dishes (Serves 2) didn't 'leave the state and didn't 166.W Kansas City, Mo. Nature is perfect, wherever we

; will send them off to eating other Vz cup waters hold the child seven days The Enclose 15 cents for, each pattern look, but man always deforms it..

i foods to take the, edge off their hun- 4 to 1 cup juice strained from inside is that she, wanted to "even desired. Pattern No.. .......... -Schiller.
I' ger-wherever they can put their canned ,string or wax beans things" with the tot's grandmother !
r hands;;.,oQl>o.11ething.. ,I, need..,not. 1, bouiU n..cube .., The thing that gave the nurse Name ....................'..........

point out that in this way they may ,2 small sprigs parsley; cold feet was the murder nearby of Address .......eo.................... SONG POEMS WANTED
really be losing out on foods neces- Add water to bean juice and heatto those two children by Haight. S t ToB to Muste*

sary to the body. boiling. Dissolve bouillon cubein Publishers need new songs I Submit
Cooking vegetables well, and do- boiling liquid. Serve hot garnished Leon Henderson, the Man Who Growing Great Jii.one or more of your best poems for

ing pretty things to their appear- with parsley. Rations Your Gasoline, etc., is one ject. Send poem.Phonograph consideration.. Any sub-
ance will help their consumption Ham Hock With Vegetables. of hitch-hikers
Washington's as a Great men, great events, great Record Made
rating. A ,bit of sauce%or extra sea- (Serves 5) result of the ration rules The epochs, it has been said, grow as *' FIVE STAR MUSIC MASTERS
soning will put an ordinary vegetable ZYz pounds ham hock other ayem the Administrator 6C6A Beacon Bide. Boston. Miss
.1 i we recede from them; and the
! over and at the same time insure 5 medium-sized potatoes thumbed a ride and wasn't recog- ,
rate at which they grow in the estimation -
your family of what it needs 1 bunch carrots nized by the motorist "This
Y'\ of is in sort a'
men some Find the Scrap to
most: 5 medium-sized darn old gas rationing," grumbled .
of their
measure -
'Scalloped Peas and Onions. 1 medium-sized head of cabbage with boil- the driver, "gives me no bother Shairp. 9 Eliminate the Jap
hock. Cover
Wipe ham
whatever. I've fixed it I allI -
so get I
(Serves 5 to 6)
ing water, cover and simmer two
need! And nobody is going to stop
1 pound small white onions hours until tender. Clean vege-
or .
t me from getting gas, either! ,d.
1.No. 2 can peas tables, add to meat, cook, uncov- "
"I'm going to stop you, said Leonas sssxssssssssss
3 tablespoons butter ered 20 to 30 minutes or until vege-
he got out. '
tables tender.
3 tablespoons,, flour Fried Squash Cakes. "Yeah?" was the "parting shot. I IN THE NAVY r

1 teaspoon salt Slice squash very thin, being cer- "You-and who else? ff" they say_ '

1 cup milk tain to slice it across. Place the "
3 tablespoons finely crushed slices in salt wa- The"query by Mal Rutt Wanted Y BOOT for recruit
ter, wipe them to know if Kate Smith joined the
I bread crumbs dry, sprinkle with WAVES would they call her a Tidal? 1j HITTHE VECi "forget: on the job

3 ., salt and pepper, The recollection of Ed Hurley .
3t t 3I 3I I .' dip in flour, beaten -about Donald Day, war corre- i 'SMOKIW6&S ur'for smoking permitted

I Lynn Says: egg and then spondent for Col. McCormick, who
'" ) in cracker recently enlisted with the Finns.Day's *
Vital Statistics: There are J CA/W L"for their favorite cigarette
crumbs. Repeatthe dad was John Day, one of
about seven inches in the, Nutri-
the horse writers Al-
twice leading
tion Yardstick which bear check- process Marines and Coast'Guard
O With in the Navy, Army, ,
fred D. McKelvey president of Sea- men
and 'then drop into hot fat for fry-
ing every day in every way so favorite is Camel. (Based on actual -
the cigarette
forth about the work- ,
ing. When they have cooked throughand telling stenog
as to keep and familyin
you your Canteens and Post Exchanges.) _
sales records in
the running: are brown drain on brown; pa- ing in an alphabetical agency .
per and serve.A Seems that one division head (due
The first inch includes milk: 1
t pint per day for every adult and few green leaves of lettuce, romaine to a shortage in office help) hired

1 quart for every child. Of watercress or other salad her to keep ,someone else from get-
course you don't have to drink greens guarantee much of the important ting her She sat around for
but hard-to-get vitamin D. weeks with nothing to do, and final-
all this milk. Use part of it in
cooking. Perhaps, you like the greens plain, ly, to keep her shorthand from grow- sN .< IT'S STRICTLY
or perhaps with a bit of color suchas ing stale, went across the street to
Second honors to meat fish '- '
and took down the
a room proceedings
: cO.l't
or poultry, and this is not hard to .
use up. For lunch or dinner, .Cranberry-P neapple Salad. .Then shed return ana THEY'RE FAR AND
Cut slices of canned cranberrysauce spend the rest of the day transcribing -
whichever fits best for fam- '
ily, one serving per person your shouldbe and top with slices of pine- her notes : The office head, a!:{ : :- AWAYMILDER, FOR
counted. apple. Arrange in lettuce nests. noticing how very busy she was- ::: ONE THING,
At least Soften cream cheese with milk and gave her an ass't! =
egg a day or at :
least four to five per week marks add a few chopped nuts. Shape -AND: THEY

the third inch. Have it for break- into balls and place among lettuce I Memos' of theCongressional wr'v. M; .. : ALWAYS TASTE

fast or toss it in the hot bread for leaves. Serve with mayonnaise. Limited: sva.,,:ya;; .' ; y.
dinner, or custard for lunch.Cereal's Apple Juice Mince Pie. SWELL !
FDR's tax brain
Randolph Paul ,
Makes 1 9-inch
( pie)
important, too. Serveit
in the Mayflower dining roomlooking -
in the breakfast, or a puddingor 1 package orange flavored gelatin so harmless The slow-mov-
even cookies. Bread and rolls 2 cups apple juice
ing cabs and cars. 22 miles per
Vt teaspoon lemon juice I
come under this category, also. hour in the city.' A $25 fine if
1 mincemeat
Fifth inch includes the vegeta- Cream cup cheese I caught going over 35 in the suburbs

bles: two besides potatoes, one WAACs in their smarter look-
l Dissolve the gelatin in apple juice
should be a leafy vegetable- ing Winter apparel Washington -
that has been heated to the boiling
' spinach, lettuce broccoli at night-with no dimout .Jr.'', ;L
romaine point. Add lemon juice and mince- regula- :;y:
i i. etc.-and the other raw. meat. Cook until thick and tions -. The hotel ruling: "Don't 1 LSuyS k yl.,.
I Cabbage is perfect. creamy care how important you are-can't
then into a baked pie shell. S6RVICE'
1 ,., Now, the fruits. Two a day Chill pour until firm, then decorate top stay longer than 3 nights" The tmsrarre
isn't hard to manage. Of course with cream cheese put through a careful checkup on persons visitingthe
I you start off with breakfast, and pastry tube. Navy Dep't "What do you i
then include one for lunch or din- wish to see him about?" .. "Navy
ner dessert. Lynn Chambers can give you expert business" "Can't say that, :

The last and seventh inch includes advice lems. on Write your her household at Western and Newspaper food prob- sorry" The newly decorated

!. butter or some fat rich in Union, 210 South Desplaines street, Chi- Commander, who carries his deco-
vitamin A. This is for, fuel and caffo, Illinois. Please enclose a stamped, ration in his pocket Said he 1 BLENDM
energy. / self-addressed envelope for your reply. wasn't used to it yet-and pals '" oto Rerres
: ; Released by Western Newspaper Union. might think he was peacocking.

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