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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I ;, -VOLUME 14-NUMBER 1 CLEWISTOX FLORIDA 'FRIDAY1, NOVEMBER 27, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR '.



.r SCRAP DRIVE NETS -Young --Inductees May 'PUERTO RICANS MAY Small Farmers Can I COFFEE RATIONING :j i




; SCHOOL CHILDREN i Get Some DefermentThe 'MOVE SUGAR MILLS Obtain FSA Help WILL BE STARTED .i y


local selective service office Clemmie B. Williams, of the

MORE THAN $109 announced this week' that all eigh- !TO EVERGLADES AREA Fort Myers office ot the Farm Se- ON NEXT MONDAY "

old
P- teen and nineteen year reg- curity Administration, is changing

istrants are now being reclassifiedand I -
I the policy of his office to out :;
Paul Emrich, local salvage dealer they will be apprised of their I The Miami Herald reported 'on carry All sales of coffee are frozen In '

,and chairman of the county salvage new classification' very shortly.No Wednesday of this week that plant the six-point war time food pro- the United States this week, from

;. PrincipalR. official announcement has as to move Puerto Rican sugar mill gram recently stated by Secretary; November 22 to, the 29 in order
-- committee, paid to
W. Turk $109.15 the first of yet been made regarding the reg- equipment to Florida are now be- of Agriculture Claude R. Wi kard. that, dealers may replenish depleted

the week to pay for scrap collected I istration of those who have come ing discussed by wealthy island Farmers, even those on a small supplies and beginning Sunday

by children of the local school eighteen years of age since the,June :I sugar land owners who have Informed -, scale, who can make a contribution coffee will be sold only on presen-

during the recent three-week drive. registration but it is expected ,that various persons in Washington 1 to the food production program ;are tation of the proper ration stamps.

., these will be registered during De- that they consider an invest- being given consideration in their Stamps to' be used will be those
;;:r-,;. Bruce Beardsley topped the students -
not in poundage collectedbut cember. After that each youth ment in Florida's potential sugar application for loans, providing I from sugar ration books, Nos. 20

in quality of the salvage and will register upon coming the age production possibly desirable at this they cannot obtain their financing to 28 and each stamp will have a

received defense stamps in the of eighteen. time.An through other agencies. 1 one pound value. Only those books

amount of $17.14 in addition to Deferment will be granted to I offshoot of the policies of Vital crops are snap beans, showing an age of 15 years or

the $2.00 first prize given by the those in this age. group who are I Gov. Rexford Tugwell, which will lima beans, tomatoes,, cabbage' mid 'more will be valid for purchase of ..

Kiwanis Club. He had 4,852 In the latter half of their school (I make virtual public utilities of the English peas. A 10% increase in I coffee and the first ration periodis

pounds of scrap. Second place for year at a high school ,or similar institution sugar mills and cut down large lond the production of chickens for meat for five ,weeks ending January

I boys went to Richard Griffin, fourth of learning when they are holdings in Puerto Rico'; the pro- has been called for, and small 3, 1943. Stamp 27 will be the first

: grade student who collected 1,366 ordered to report. They will be I posal to move to Florida has been farmers who have equipment and I one used and No. 28 will be used ,;

pounds of, metal and rubber and permitted to complete that term mentioned by interested Puerto experience in handling poultry; i for the second rationing period.

} was paid $3.58 plus the one dollar I lof study. This means that he will Ricans to Sen. Claude Pepper and can be given assistance. !I This is because of the position, of .
be allowed to graduate only when Bitting, president of ..
Clarence R. the
; second prize from the Kiwanis Those farmers who are in a position stamps on the sheet. The
such call comes during the latter United States Sugar Corp. .
; Club. I the to make a greater contri-! length of rationing periods may be

Junes Espenlaub was high for half of his senior year. Mr. Bitting has pending before I II bution to the nation's food production changed after the first of the year, 4
The classification procedure will.I the WPA an application to expand possibly shortened if stocks
f girls and was really high for both program but are limited, as are
boys and girls in poundage collect; I be unchanged. Registrants 18 or 1 I his ,facilities in Florida, including to financial resources should immediately greater or lengthened if stocks are \
19 of'age will be classifiedand synthetic rubber plant and a smaller.
years ,a
ed.. She had 6,143 pounds for make application to Mr.
1; if found suitable for military The is
which she received $15.66( in starch plant. application Williams' office in the Post Office Rationing applies to any coffee,
1 I service will be ordered to report for I under consideration but there is no I"
stamps plus two dollars from the Building, Room 208, Fort Myers packaged unpackaged, bean or
induction in accordance with their decision will be
indication when
: Kiwanis Club. Mary Louise Thomas I a Florida, office hours from 8:30 ground, whether or not decaffeinated -.

and Jo Ann Crouch pooled their order number without regard for made. A shortage of power ma-, a."'m. to 5:30 p. ,m. and to any mixture of coffee and

scrap collection and took second military training.CHURCHES. I chinery and an adverse report bya chicory, cereal or any other sub-

, place for girls. They had 4548" department agriculture. officialare stance so long as real coffee is one

pounds and received '$13.21 plus deterring factors.It of the components of the mixture.

k one dollar from the Kiwanis Club. HERE ARE could not be learned at present KIWANIS CLUB HAS! There will not be a rationing of

for his whether either' Mr. Bitting or Sen. coffee
p' Every child was paid concentrates, liquid coffee

!r collection of scrap, no matter how Pepper has encouraged the Puerto extracts or any similar substance

f, small, each collection being weighed ADDING TO PROGRAMFOR Ricans in their project. Pepperhas TURKEY SHOOT AND I made in whole or in part from
been seeking sugar mill equipment I '
: separately by Mr. Emrich. The coffee. .

t:. ", amounts ranged from one cent up- in Louisiana to finance a BARBECUE TUESDAYA The second war ration book will
CHANGING TIMES co-operative sugar venture in Flor-
wards.
be issued in January and there will
ida but has' not obtained the necessary
,: The total collected by the school "be very few exceptions to the rule
federal cash for this operation -
I f :I) was 35,731 'pounds and included Everywhere churches are feelingthe large group of Kiwanians and< of allowing those to get Book 2

: 33,067 pounds of mixed iron, 208 I visitors enjoyed the turkey shoot who do not have a Book 1 to turnin.
strain of war-time effort, and -
., pounds of brass13 pounds of zinc; Clewiston churches with others in and outdoor supper which was held All those who have not reg-

, 2,302 pounds of rubber, 81 poundsof i on Tuesday night on the ridge at istered for Book 1 must do .so be-
k '
the nation .have only strengthenedand
aluminum, '61 pounds of' copper to their to NELSON ASKS LOCAL the Boy Scout barbecue grounds. fore December 15 at the office. of
added programs
I
and three old batteries. This event took the place of the the ,rationing board.
meet the needs of changing times.In '
f I usual Wednesday, night dinner meet- Those who may without question
each of the local churches are FARMERS TO UNITEIN
: NewBowling Tourney : rolls 'of honor inscribed with the ing. receive Book ,2 as,,"'an exception to

There were three turkeys givento the above rule are those who have
.who
' ..,..' {" To'Start Next WeekA names from this of local' 'community p1 en- "Into hare gone the I' NEW SCRAP DRIVEThe the best/'or, luckiest shots. In been out" t>fytheJcountrysoldiers '

armed services. -. I the Kiwanis'group G. B. Thomas no longer eating in organized

i was the winner, in the visitors messes, persons discharged .from
The Woman's Missionary Societyof
new bowling tournament is I group Capt. T. Pursinger was the< hospitals who did not register previously -
News in ofa
the First Baptist Church is the : was receipt
slated to begin at the Sugarland winner and in the entire group of and babies born after Dec.
first to provide its church with a telegram Wednesday from DonaldM. I I
1 r.: Park alleys on Tuesday night and both Kiwanians and visitors F. E. 15. In all of these cases application -
that American
Nelson urging
service flag. It is intended to con-
while all final details have not as Conkling was the winner.A must be made within_ fifteen
f tinue the flag, adding a star for farmers devote the remaining' weeksof
:
E yet been completed it appears that .410 shotgun was used for the I' days after such change of status.
each enlisted man. Rev. H. C. 1942 to an intensified hunt for
}r there will be at least sixteen teams shooting with a 4" target at twenty
Meador, the Baptist pastor,' has I scrap. The farms are considered
1
i participating. yards. Each man was allowed on-
the best sources of these scrap materials -I Thanksgiving Service
P added to his usual duties 'a weekly .
These sixteen teams will be divided ly one shot in each class so each .
visit to Riddle Field, where he and for this reason this appeal -
into two leagues to be called two: shots if
finally permitted
{
was \
holds brief. services and visits In-, is being made directly to the I Highlights Holiday
the National and the American. One I he cared to make the try. Each
formally with the cadets each Tuesday I farmers. -
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will be cost
I r of the eight team leagues trial 35 cents.
I evening.In Mr. Nelson's telegram follows:
made up of workers at the sugar I The barbecue supper was pre Highlights of the Thanksgiving

house. The other will be from the I the vestibule of the Catholic "The government is asking the i pared by the Sea Scout troop under observance in Clewiston was the

t'' office, the P.M.S. and various: departments -:I Church is a mounted service roll of American farmer to dedicate the the leadership of E. E. Gross and union Thanksgiving service held at

r of the corporation out- service men. It is unique in that remaining weeks of 1942 to an in- in appreciation of their efforts the the Baptist Church Wednesday
: .
side of the sugar house. I following each name is a gold seal tensified scrap hunt. Steel mills Kiwanians and guests made up a evening with Rev. H. C. Meador,

, It is probable that every team bearing the insignia of the particular need more -heavy scrap and the purse of $4.25 which went to the pastor of the church, in charge of

L "will meet each other team at least, branch in which that. 'man is serving farms are one of the best sourcesof Sea Scout making the best shot at arrangements with Rev. John N.

twice during league play. The winners -! ., The Catholic Church is plan- this type of metal. We need the target. Robert Hodges was the Montgomery, pastor of the Community -

j in the two leagues are expected -I ning a program 'of entertainmentfor your further help in this farm drive winner. Materials for the supper Church, preaching the ser-
I
to meet in the finals. the service men and RAF cadets and in aiding our salvage committee were furnished by the club. mon. Special music was given by
'
Riddle Field under the direction to continue this effort throughout I
Matches are slated to start at at At the regular meeting at... the the Baptist choir.

6:30: and at 8:30 Tuesday evening. of its pastor, Rev. ,Timothy the next few weeks. All salvage Inn[ next Tuesday evening LAC I The service was well attendedand
I committees are being instructed
(Continued on Page 8)
j Kerr of Riddle Field will be the
to continue to make available to was a most appropriate beginning -

Christmas Mail Must Be the farmer all their transportation speaker and ladies are invited. This I for the holiday period.
Kerosene Forms ReadyAt couple of I
f program vas arranged a
facilities and manpower and to cooperate Schools dismissed Wednesday: aft-
weeks but had to be cancelled
Mailed By December in" every possible way. The ago ernoon following a program at the
. The Ration OfficeThe because the meeting came when the
nation is looking to the American auditorium put on by pupils of the
cadets had their week's leave between -
farmer. I am sure, with your help, intermediate grades which gives
The bulk of Christmas mail he ,will come through." ; courses. the pupils and teachers a four-day

must be in the post offices by December local ration board offices an- Donald M. Nelson. The Kiwanians are planning to vacation.

1 this year if deliveries on nounces that application forms for attend morning mass at the Catholic -

time are to be assured, according purchase of kerosene or other fuel Church next Sunday at 10:30 The weather was crisp on Thanks-
James Winn Saved giving morning making it an ideal
to Smith W Purdum, Second As- oil for heating and hot water arrived D'clock. They will meet and go to
day for hunting and fishing parties
this morning. I
sistant Postmaster General. the church in body. _
: a
while
and for outdoor activities and
> "It is physically impossible These forms will be given out at From Sinking ShipMrs. Visitors at the meeting Tuesday I gasoline and tire rationing kept

I for the railroads and air lines, the local ration board office (sec- I evening were Sandy Bell, E. E. I Many at home who would otherwise

burdened with vitally importantwar ond floor, Hopkins Building) only. Kelly, F. E. Conkling, G. H. Mc- stilla
A. H. King received a have made_ trips, there were
materials, to handle Christ- Users of kerosene for heat and I Duffie, Otto Larsen, B. H. Thompson -I their
message Wednesday from her son, great many who had saved
I for water heating have been per- George Van Hyning, Dr. W. O.
mailings rapidly as in norm-
; as
mas James Winn, stating that he wa"ssafe I gasoline and were able to drive
al times," Mr. Purdum said. "If mitted to continue to purchase' the and well following the recent Rigsby, Frank Rodriguez, S. L. elsewhere for the holiday.

: the bulk of ,parcels and greeting kerosene for that purpose but have Crochet; G. H. George, C. L. Mc-
sinking of his. ship. Most business houses of the community -
I cards are held back until the usual been required to sign for each pur- Clendon, George Crow, W. H. La-

time.-the period of about December I chase and must deliver 'to the storeor James has been in the Navy nier, J. K. Rogers, Lt. A. G. were closed for the day butit

[ 15 to ,23-they simply cannot be filling station coupons for each since, last spring and has been Shubert and Capt. T. Pursinger of was business-as-usual with some.
I serving aboard a mine sweeper. Flying continued at Riddle Field,
distributed in time, and thousands purchase.Mrs. Riddle Field, C. Bjornsen, Mr.
When the sinking, occurred was the Selective Service office remained -
Gt of gifts will reach their destina- R. C. Nowling, clerk for the Sharp, Bill Walker and E. L. Smith.
; not disclosed by the message but open and some departments of
tions after Christmas. ration board, has had additional
James said that he was uninjuredand the sugar corporation found it impossible -
mail volunteers this weekV Mrs.: H. A. Mrs. W. C. Rainey Is
In 1941, about 21,950 cars
in the water only a short time. to take the holiday. It is
Bestor, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Bob Pat-
required between December ,
were understood also that the U. S. Engineers -
terson, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. R. C. Winner Of TurkeyThe
12 and 24 to deliver Christmas I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Martin and were deprived of their
Wilson and Mrs. E. W. Durst. The
mails-enough cars to 'make a train I family are spending the Thanksgiving usual holiday, there being no holidays -
'270 miles long. This year, r the work on the coupons will require week-end in Stuart. turkey tournament being;' for these federal employees

t: extra cars needed to move holiday still other workers and any who staged for wives of sugar corporation during war times.

i mails are largely being used by the would be willing{ to help are askedto : employees at the Sugarland) ---- .

armed services, and a severe short- volunteer this next week. The Park bowling alleys was concluded I WEAVER TO SEA-BEES

t age is in prospect.The work is not hard, but is very slow. I Tuesday with some thirty women'
II MEETING
I MASS CALLED participating. At the drawing held
postal service usually borrows K. Weaver received his
\ ENLISTS IN SEA-REES --- that: night Mrs. W. C. Rainey was Jomes
tJ'... about 2,500 trucks from the A mass meeting of all citizensof the: lucky winner and received a order to report this morning for

Army and other Government agen- Clewiston has been called for turkey. induction into a U. S. Navy construction -
Nelson Morris, driver of a Riddle big Thanksgiving
cies, and rents about 10,000 from Thursday evening at eight 0'- held without unit at Miami next Friday,
bus, left Monday for Miami to be The contest was
private owners, to handle the clock in the Community Center. made by December 4. He will be sent to
to the scores
regard
inducted into the SeaBeescon- any
Christmas mails. This year, it will The meeting has been called by Camp Peary, Norfolk, for training.
requirement
the ladies. The only
be 'extremely difficult to obtain struction ,unit of the U. S. Navy. ;
Carl Berner, who urges all to at-
that they bowl at least three
enough of these vehicles to meet ,He enlisted last month and has was
tend. and then put their name in Invest 10 percent of your weekly
been In Clewiston awaiting his games
substantial part of the need.
even a I
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Ae Gems of Thought



'ILfl1QORW'EA for RUDDer BE NOBLE, and the noble-,
Pinch-Bitting famine
rubber ness that lies in other men,
of a of
,
midst much sleeping but
: in the never dead, will
*""" wheels, is rise in
United States on keen interest majesty to meet thine
OI1 The ;,,, moves wheels, This E SCREEP own.-James Russell Lowell.
rubber rubber. AD10
is a
As this fought on of synthetiC crude rubber Make two grins grow where
is being production vital By VIRGINIA VALE there was only
war a grouch before.
Washington D. C. the in the replace wift
everywhere e""pected Japan's s Released by Western Newcpaper Union. -Elbert Hubbard. -
through
felt off
BRAZIL AND U. S. OFFENSIVE artificial substitute which was cut HARD up for leading men as "When people once are in the wrong, A
supply of lands, Each line they add is much too long
Though the landings on North Africa the rubber and more of the fa- ;
Who fastest walks but
walks
Asiatic ,
were a carefully guarded mili- conquest of The first quantityvhenthe, mous stand-bys go into the army, Is only furthest from his way astray"
tary'secret between' high British and not neW' War ,
is world These Hollywood is busily recruiting -PRIOR.
American officials, one other coun- rubber in ,
Brazil.In Synthetic the Germans rubber supplies newcomers to the screen, and The great pleasure of a dog
try let in on the, secret was made bY natural is that
their you may make a fool of
was
fact, Brazil, through Foreign tion ,_.,,,",M cut off hoping that you'll like them. yourself with him and not only
Minister Oswaldo Aranha did some allied P1U\; "" -- what Columbia will introduce the pub- will he not scold you, but he

Important spade work for the United photosdoneinalarge yOU A ; 45f lic to Robert Hymes, formerly a will make a fool of himself, too.
States in regard to vital Atlantic \ isbeing I 1 singer with Freddy Martin's or- -Samuel Butler.Beware '
synthetic ,
islands, the Azores and Madeiras. 0. \
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chestra in "What's Buzzin'
These lie along the route of the roes to break ,
American supply line to North Africa plant ottleneCk'the Cousin?" with Ann Miller, Phil'Harris '

the Madeiras close to the African rubber b and his orchestra, and Roches- Coughsfrom

coast.Therefore. C ; n :4 f4t ter. Metro's signed James Davis,
it was considered 'possible I a Kansas City oil salesman; he hasa colds
common
that the Germans might 'attempt supporting role in "Salute to the

to use these islands as sub- Marines," and the male lead in That
"Swing Shift Maizie." Hang On
marine or even air bases, or that

the United States in turn might need -7E-: Creomulsion relieves promptly because -

the islands. for emergency bases. ) ; Y Meanwhile Franchot Tone's-agent it goes right to the seat of the
v- trouble to help loosen
Both island groups are Portu- has said: "When Franchot wants to germ laden phlegm, and aid and nature expel

guese. So, long ago, Brazil, which work for nothing he'll work for the to'soothe and heal raw, tender In- i--
looks to Portugal as its mother coun- government." Tone had agreed flamed bronchial mucous mem-

try, made informal diplomatic Fs.: ', orally to make one picture for War a branes.bottle Tell of Creomulsion your druggist with to sell you /P'

soundings to make sure that these Y l : ;
islands would line up with the United N t i fd ing forbids him to make more this quickly allays the cough or you are
Nations in case of emergency. year than he did last. Last year to have your money back. "

he was idle several months becauseof CREOMULSION'i
9 ;% illness he's earned al-
SOLOMONS vs. AFRICA ; already
for
i Coughs Chest Colds,Bronchitis
most this he did
much
skin Above: Carefully selected as year as
One thing that got under the soap
last. He'd be able to
of high U. S. army officials duringthe is used in the making of solutionsfor keep just
$20,000 of that Warner money, and Truth First'I I
the North African
weeks just before -
the manufacture of synthetic rub would have to work the rest of the Socrates is dear to me but dear. ..
landings was navy's policy
ber. This worker is for "Old er still is. .
regarding the battle of the Solomon mixing a solu year nothing. Acquaintance" truth.Aristotle.'S

Islands. tion in a tank. Left: Polymerize was the picture, involved.

Though all the details had not l \ r tank, which converts the raw materials ,".,
T 'JA.9'.4 IRRITATIONS OF
been worked out, it had been def- y of synthetic rubber into latex. Georgia Gibbs recently signed a Ki"n
initely agreed with Churchill and '13 week contract as the new singing EXTERNAL CAUSEacne

the Russians to start some kind of star on the CBS Caravan Hour, but pimples, bumps (blackheads), and

second front operation this summer. she was more thrilled when Producer ugly miseries broken-out with simple skin.home Millions treatment.relieve

However, the navy also claimed that I Bill Bacher gave her a chanceto Goes to work at once. Direct action aids

it could start the Solomon Islands I act. She'd never spoken lines onGEORGIA Black healing and by killing White Ointment germs It touches.only as Use di-

campaign simultaneously without .t t rected.30c.25c,50c sizes. 25 years success.
taking any ships out of the Atlantic JraP. ::1lp\ lN ..K'R :Money-back cleansing is guarantee. per Vital In ,
I Y.'{ good soap. Enjoy famous
or disturbing'the Second Front prep- Black and White Skin Soap daily.
arations. The admirals promisedthe

war department that the num- t.
ber of ships used in the Solomons Unbroken Word
w4 d 1t No word He hath spoken was
would be very small indeed.
ever yet broken.D9ublePurpose'.
But before the Solomons opera- : > :: t
tions had lasted many weeks, the t

navy had used several times as

many ships as it expected-some of e"s. '',

them sent to .,the bottom of the flyY / rl3g /

:'" Pacific. Ships were taken off the edcc hh '. Laxative Gives
supply lines to Russia, despite definite ; \s
' promises made to Russia. Ships I More Satisfaction

r. were also taken off the supply lines I,
I) Don't be satisfied Just to relieve your
to England to such an extent that present constipated condition. Meet

r' supplies to England dwindled to a this problem more thoroughly by
:i. driblet. toning up your intestinal system.
r: ::v; ? .: :. 'e 'rdP For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.
Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative
;:-. LESSON FROM ALEUTIANS GIBBS Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa-
,: Inside the it is tive. It not only acts gently and
navy pointed out
but tones lazy bowel
thoroughly
f that one of the best jobs Admiral any stage before. So she was prac- muscles-gIving more satisfaction
'
t,. Nimitz ever did was to let the Japs tically breathless when the big mo-. Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative Powder t".

get into the _tip end of the Aleutian s/n.. ':aHy ment came: Lanny' Ross asked: helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour
." islands. This proved to be a beau- 'I "Do you conga, Miss Gibbs?" and Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that

( tiful decoy, like flies to molasses. These workers are removing rubber crumbs from the perforated Georgia replied: "Of course I con- dull sluggish to as Biliousness feeling commonly,when caused referred -

.-;; The Aleutians were too exposed for boxes'below the coagulating and extractor tanks. The rubber drips into ga, Mr. Ross." Momentous! by Constipation. Use only as di-
'- the Japs to defend safely too K rected. 15 doses for only lOco Large
near the boxes from the tanks and
r our bases. water previously added to dissolve the family size 25c. Adv.1IJ1uJSuf.
soap in the solution runs off through perforations the box. This rubber Myrna Loy doesn't cad"a about
r As a result, the Japs lost 10 de- making more pictures, since her recent -
"':: '. stroyers-a big chunk out of any will now be prepared for the wash mill. marriage, so she's been, turn- 1'

rj-:, navy-and we are continuing to ing down all assignments, and Metro /A?

k" whittle them down with no loss to has engaged a new wife for William aches and pains of

': ourselves. U. S. bases are now so Powell for the new "Thin Man" I RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO ]

'" close to Kiska that U. S. planes picture-Irene Dunne.
,, _
bomb '
W the Japs every day without '"-

i\, ; fail-and bomb them so badly that Beatrice Kay, who sings those P\\ ;:

y.: recently no Jap fighter planes have ballads of the past on the air's
r X''
?, been in the
; put air. Apparently
"Gay Nineties" show, has yieldedto
;:, Jl'y
they all
; are smashed.
.'- the call of Hollywood, and will
:,: But in the other end of the Pacific, J; make a picture laid in old New Or- -!'

' I army strategists fear that we may leans early next year. So all the

,", have got ourselves in the same posi- people who've thought she was an Large Bottfeb wtdilrallaf1) ?-5maIl5lz.At .60 (."
tion as the Japs have in the Aleu- ; old lady-and 'a lot of radio listeners All GOOD DRUG HUES ir 11 MAIL 11 ricilpl if price |

'; ; tians-with our necks so far stuck ; do, because of the songs she MCNEIL DRUG co.,inc.
(. out that 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville.Florida
despite
current successes, sings-are going to find out that
we have .lost more ships than the ,) she's both young and pretty.

Solomons were worth.CHRISTMAS ; yf y ry. ---*=,
S '' r. 'r; %., Leslie Brooks has' ,been studying ft

TRAVELThe fny'a/ S ;;* ( LDS
lFfL jiujitsu to such good effect that U

railroads have been negotiat- she's been asked to tone it down. OF

ing' with the schools and colleges to Told to put up a good fight in. a cjuick4i wee ,

extend their Christmas holfday pe- scene with Linda Darnell, Doris LIQUIDTABLETS

riod so that it will begin before the After the milling process, where Dudley and Glenda Farrell in Co 666 SALVE

usual Christmas home-going dates crumbs of synthetic rubber are lumbia's "City Without Men," she 'NOSE DROP

; and extend beyond the usual return- This sheet of synthetic rubber pressed into sheets,. then trimmedto tossed 'em around like bean bags! COUGH DROP

a ing dates. The purpose was to get coming off the rolling mill in the size and colled, the sheets are K
rid of the school and college traffic Charles has five leading WNU-7 47-42
before plant at Akron, 0., is now ready for placed in these charging and dis Boyer
f taking on the burden of the, ladies in "The Constant Nymph";

furlough movement of soldiers, go- I drying. charging vacuum dryers. in the order that they hold in his
-
ing home for Christmas.This affections on the screen they are

. ,, longer vacation would be Joan Fontaine, Alexis, Smith, Bren- "Yo'
, {...'. okay with a lot of girls and boys, da Marshall, Jean, Muir and Joyce 'i : .
a a mmam Mttaafwi '
but most of the schools and col- Reynolds and
And Your Strength
:
leges have turned thumbs down. :
:;. They said they could not change At the ;:request of the council of Energy Is Below Par

:',' their schedules. chiefs of the Navajo reservation, ney It may function be caused that by permits disorder poisonous of kid

;: Result is that the Harry Carey will film a series of waste to accumulate. For truly many
American rail- people feel tired weak and miserable
roads will carry the greatest bur- shorts dealing with the history and when the kidneys fail to remove excess
den in history during the period traditions of the tribe. He speaks acids blood.and other waste matter from the.

from December 15 to January 5. Navajo, and is one of our best You may suffer nagging backache;
: The peak will authorities on the tribe. rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness
come between Decem-
getting up nights, leg pains, swelling.!
ber 20 and 24, when the railroadswill 'ice K Sometimes frequent and scanty urination -
r C'r
la
and burning another -
with smarting
have to carry: Jane Wyatt, whom you'll see In sign that something ia wrong with
i, (1)) Home-going students "The Navy Comes Through," has the kidneys or bladder.
(2) the )
; There should be no doubt that prompt
usual heavy civilian Christmas trayp. sold 5,000 feet of 16 mm. color film treatment is wiser than neglect. Use .J:;
\ el; (3) soldiers on furlough (4) sol on birds to RKO; they'll release it Zoan' Pills. It Is better to rely on a
. ; medicine that has won countrywide approval
diers on week-end passes; (5) the as a two-reel short. Ornithology has than on something less favorably
'; normal been her hobby for years. The film known. Dean's have been tried and test- .
troop
movement which
will ed Are at all drug stores.
.;: '. not,be suspended for Christmas. .. shows the life and habits of virtually Get many Doan years.today.r' .
.
'.. So between December 15 and -- all western birds, including sea

January 5, civilians are asked to Newly rolled sheets of synthetic rubber are cut to size for the dry. gulls and eagles; the color pictures
stay off the railroad! I ing pans. she's sold were several years in

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Second Contestant W-as
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Runner-Up to the WorstBoth iIequhil,


were very proud of their

vocal abilities: for months they

had squabbled over the questionas

to which possessed the better Easier Way How It Happened : J
I
voice. At last, to settle bets they 'Tm musical. I'm always breakinginto "My dear, I was struck dumb. '_

4-cam Ch e4sF'NiSr' had made with each other, they song." "Oh, is that the explanation?"_ 7
arranged to give a recital beforean "If you sang in key you wouldn't

eminent professor and abide by have to break in." Few men would mind if their

his judgment. A man never growls when he wives lost their tempers-provided -

When they had concluded, the gets the lion's share. they never found them again.

; ha2iai?s;:, professor turned to the first, shak-
: : .
\ !? ':,
l ; ah ): a
Qy. }; :a:.; .i:: ing his head sorrowfully. Fewer StillTeacherTommy Taking No Risks "-
V
$ ::fit \' "You're the worst singer I've how many A youth came to a farmer 'to borrowa

'4.ryv. ever heard," he said. make a few? lantern. At first he refused to say
:;.+.tr2..t.. ::. .'.. ry' ''K >. why he wanted it, but eventually',
'//4f; Rt; ;;;. .. :M .::. .;?.3:: a n.Fv j "Hurrah! shouted the other. Tommy-Three or four.
"Come on! Pay me that fiver!" "How many make a dozen?" fessed that he wanted it to go courting.

i\ : : "One moment, please," said the "Twelve." The"I farmer did my was courting scornful.without a lantern.

professor, quietly. "You-er- "How many make a million?" "Yes," replied the youth, "and look
well, you can't sing ,at all!" "Very few." at your missus."

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t!1--- Ode to Yuletide Plum Pudding and Fruit Cake which will give you colorful panholdersfor impossible for talent is genius.-
your own .kitchen, for gifts or for
f r (See Recipes Below.) 1 bazaar items-inexpensively. Send your Henri-Frederic Amiel. .

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1 Cakes 'n' Puddin's
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This Week's Menu .DL4 : L
I AUNT MARTHABox
r Home is where the heart is and Tomato Juice 166-W Kansas City Mo.
Fried Fish Fillets With Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
..4 Christmas is what tradition is. And 'i

that tradition is Lemon Garnish ry desired. Pattern No............. ,.
Broccoli Au Gratin l

to a large extent Mashed Potatoes attractive eco- Name ...............................
,
what foods you CHEERFUL

serve. If you real- Perfection Salad practical-here is a Address'Sissy'...................!.........
ly want to makeit Apple Brown BettyBeverage new group of panholders perfectly
described by those words. An ani-
a seasonfor
starry eyed mated pansy and rose, a kitten Parachutes I E
1 nutmeats broken
cup ,
brightness and 1 cup all-bran *b)
honest-to-goodness good cheer,
: plain Vz cup juice, from prunes Most people will be surprised to
have, a holiday with all the food IVz cups butter or substitute USEHOIDITS know that the first recorded case itmv:.
trimmings like frosted fruited cookies '
IVz cups sugar of a pilot "baling out" _of a com- CANDY r'o'
dark spicy fruit cake and a
t 4 eggs, beaten IHr bat plane took place on October COATED
plum pudding mellowed to wonderful -
;; 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 19, 1918. The authority for this i
goodness. 2 cups soft white bread crumbs statement is the celebrated Lieut. or REGULAR I IO 10
for
F Begin these preparations now
3 flour
cups 1
Col. H. E. commanderof
' Hartney, In NR Nature's Remedy) Tablets
the ingredients of Xmas cakes, pud- 1 (
soda
teaspoon
Don't forget that matching cur-
the 'First Pursuit of
Group
there chemicals minerals,
no no
are no
dings and cookies take on a charm-
" 1 teaspoon salt tains and slip covers will make a U. S. A. Air Service in 'the last phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif-
f. and flavor-with age. Preparationscan 3 teaspoons cinnamon room sprightly in,spite of its age. World war. ferent-act different. Purely vegetable
.be a snap if you budget a day 1 each cloves
teaspoon nutmeg,
*
He writes in his book, "Up and combination of 10 vegetable ingredients
for cutting up fruit and nuts, an- ginger
A of salt addedto At 'Em," that on the above date formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoatedor
and teaspoon celery
\ other day for mixing baking, Cut prunes into small pieces, com- action
candy coated, their is dependable -
of his shot down
one "boys" a
t and a third day for packing. bine with other 'fruits and all-bran. cracker crumbs in which oys- millions
thorough yet gentle, as -
Fokker but the German pilot
Fruit Cake. Add prune juice, and mix, well. ters are rolled before frying improves of NR'shaveproved.Geta l0E Con-
made safe descent behind the
a
(Makes 10 pounds) ,Blend butter and sugar thoroughly, their flavor. vincer Box. Larger economy sizes too.
- Allied lines with !
. add a parachute
and
eggs flavoring. Add bread
1 pound butter or other shortening crumbs He also adds that during 1914-18 [NT 1 l I.llf Pf.#t'1,:I!}:I:l'I\'M:'.:II tI:,.
and flour sifted with
1 pound brown sugar -- spices. Some meat loaves call''for bacon -
'chutes scorned airmenas
Blend in fruit mixture. Stir until were by
',, 10 eggs, well beaten, all fruit is well distributed. Fill strips on the top. To preventthe "sissy-boy things.But rea-
1 honey bacon from becoming too Receiving Only
cup greased pudding molds twothirdsfull son has won, and thousands of liv-
1 cup molasses brown before the loaf is done, arrange their lives to that That man is worthless who
; cover and steam 31h to 4 hours.I ing pilots owe
Vz cup sweet cider it during the last 20 minutesof wonderful invention the knows how to receive a favor, but
think the spicy.lemon sauce goes para-
1 pound sifted cake flour baking. not how to return one.-Plautus.
chute 1
well with the bland pudding. You'lllike
!' 1 teaspoon baking powder this *
one:
r Vz teaspoon cloves In iodine for the medi-
Lemon Sauce. buying If you smoke, you know how wel-
: teaspoon cinnamon CURtiS GD FASt
" (Makes 1A cups) cine closet never buy any solu- come it is to receive a Christmas
teaspoon mace
1 tablespoon cornstarch tion stronger than 2 per cent. A Carton of Camels or a pound of Pain goes quick, corns
candied
t Vz pound pineapple Vz sugar 2 per cent solution is specified by speedily removed when
cup
-L.4 '' rich-tasting Prince Albert Smok-
, Vz pound' candied cherries you usa thin soothing
V teaspoon salt the Red Cross First Aid Manualsas cushioning Dr. Scholl's
ing Tobacco for your pipe. That
i 1 pound dates. seeded and sliced
1 water strong enough for those other Zinc-pads. Try them
1 raisins cup works both ways. For those smok-
pound
1 2 tablespoons lemon juice than doctors to use. ers' on your list, send them the
pound
i, e Vz pound cu.rrants.citron, thinly sliced 1 teaspoon grated lemon favorites. You'll have your choiceof

Vs pound candied lemon and orange 1 egg yolk Geraniums should be kept in a Camels in the gift-wrapped

peel 1 tablespoon butter very sunny window if you wish Christmas Carton or the gay "Holi-

/ { Vz pound nutmeats, chopped Mix cornstarch, sugar and salt them to live through the winter. day House"containing four boxesof X-To relieve distress of MONTHlY
r thoroughly. Add water. Heat to "flat fifties:" Either
way you
I 4a Sift flour once, measure, add baking Female WeaknessAND
boiling and cook until clear and give 200 mild, flavorful Camels.
, I powder and spices'and, sift To broil steak, the rackof
thick, stirring constantly. Add lemon grease Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco is
[ again. Cream the ,juice, rind, and pour slowly over the broiler. Place the meat on richly packaged in the pound can- I HELP BUILD UP RED BLOOD!

1 shortening thor- beaten egg yolks. Cook another min- rack close to the heat. Sear it ister. None of these packages requires Lydia TABLETS E. (with Pinkham's added Iron Compound) have
r add
oughly, sug- ute and add butter. quickly on one side, season with any ether wrapping. And helped thousands to relieve peri-

ar gradually, and Ever hear of putting a raw appleor salt and pepper, turn and sear on don't forget the men in the serv- weak odic ,pain nervous, backache, cranky, headache blue feelings with-

cream together slice of one in the cookie jar-or other side. Lower the rack or the ice. Cigarettes are their favorite due to functional monthly

until light and tin-if you still heat to allow steak to finish cook- gift-Camel their favorite ciga- disturbances. r

i fluffy. Add eggs, have one ,to keep J '. ing. Season and add. a piece of rette. Your local dealer is featur- lets Taken help regularly-P1nkhJun's build up resistance against Tab- \.

1 fruits, peel, nuts, : r 4 cookies fresh? butter before serving. Rare steak ing them now.-Adv. such annoying symptoms. Also
honey molasses their Iron makes them a. fine hema-
You've no idea is juicy and flavorful and is often tic tonic to help build up red blood.
and cider. Add flour gradually. how delicious Plnkham's Tablets are :made especially -
preferred to well-done steak. Do Find the Scrap to
Bake in 4 8 for women. Follow label di-
(8 2 inches
;t. by by ) pans,
these fruity cook- not pierce center of steak when rections. Worth trying
,. lined with greased paper, in slow ies will taste if cG9i turning. Eliminate the Jap

oven (250 degrees) 3 to 3% hours. you follow the -

Plum pudding gets my vote as above prescription. -

being highly desirable for the fam-. Made-with-honey cookies are

ily feast at Christmas. much akin to fruit cakes and plum

Plum Pudding. pudding in that they need to ripen .

(Makes 3 1-quart molds) and mellow: TASTE AND 1IHROATTHAT'S ...;

2 cups prunes, cooked Christmas Fruit Nuggets. (

I, ,.'- IVz cups currants Vz cup* shortening THE"T-ZONE" WHAT COUNTS WITH

1 cup ,raisins Wz cups honey
lYz cups citron, chopped 2 eggs 0 o ME IN SMOKING. I FIND i

%)cup preserved orange peel 3 cups cake flour WHERE I
CAMELS SUIT ME BETTER
1 cup candied_cherries, chopped 3 teaspoons baking powder

teaspoon salt %f'' CIGARETTES ALL WAYS. THEY'RE
each cloves
Vz teaspoon cinna-
Lynn Says: mon, nutmeg SWELL!

Let's Decorate! The fruit cakes Vz cup milk ARE JUDGED !

and puddings, of course I A clus- Vz cup candied pineapple

ter of candied cherries in the mid- 1 cup each, candied cherries, ht
dle with leaves fashioned of artificial raisins, nuts ROSEMARY GREGORY
d The "i-ZONE"-Taste and Throat-!. Defense worker,
.s rose leaves makes an at- Cream shortening, drizzle in hon- a r aAc.athe
proving ground for cigarettes. Only ,
tractive cake. ey and cream together. Add beaten t
your taste and throat can decide which 'S"**.v -- **WIK tf&I.
You'll be praised for a rose eggs, and mix thoroughly. Sift dry cigarette tastes best to you. and how .: j'

garnish made of gelatin candies ingredients together and add alter it affects your throat. For your taste

shaped like lemon and orange nately with milk. ,Chop fruits, mix and throat are individual to you. Basedon

segments into thin, lengthwiseslices. together and dredge with flour be- the experience of millions of smoke < '? :% ; .: ,! .
Roll a slice tightly to fore folding into mixture. Drop by ers, we believe Camels will suit your .r > >' z -xr

form center of rose and press teaspoonfuls into greased tins or -ZONE'toa T.Prove it for yourself 1
other slices around it to make tiny paper cups. Bake in moderate Sl.Le4Y .

petals. (375-degree) oven for about 15 min

Simpler decorations can be utes.

made of almonds or other nut- Lynn Chambers can tell you how to dress

..t ,-, meats forming flowers with can- up your table for family dinner or festivities
died peel as petals or centers.. give' you menus for your parties or
tell you how (o balance your meals in accordance
To store cake, place it in airtight -, nutritional
with standards. Just
t container for several weeks. write to-her, explaining your problem, at
Sound apples may be placed in Western Newspaper Union 210 South Des-

container, and changed as they plaines Street Chicago, Illinois. Please

become ,shriveled, to provide. enclose a stamped, self.addressed envelopefor
moisture. your answer.
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FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS --FRIDAY., rOVEMBER 27, 1942 I II I


importance in his field. All his)I ful hot dish; meat loaf, a good way less village streets-from the roar- .tor T gasoline purchases was reducedthe
The Clewiston News life he has had things pretty much to 'use cheaper' "cuts; ground beef ing tumult of In'dustry-and a fish first of this -week from four'

his own way. When he wanted to broiled on toast, for a neat serv- erman hauling his nets. I gallons to three gallons in the .
place a long distance call to Bill ing piece. It is the heart of" a nation giv- Eastern states now under the ration. f'I
,
Florida published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON in Clewiston NEWS, Smith In Chicago or Tom Jones in And here are the recipes: ing humble thanks. For blessings I ing program. This includes all of I
Tnc. Seattle, all he had to do was pressa Stuffing. Use mashed potatoes, we cannot measure. For gifts we I Florida except the counties west of:
button and instruct his secretaryto bread crumbs, or cooked rice, and cannot appraise. It is a people- the Apalachicola River and here

KEATHLEY BOWDE.V Editor get his man on the wire. season as you like it. Here is one saying in one reverent voice: the reduction will be effective when
Being a reasonable man, he recipe for a savory stuffing: Cook "Thank God I live in America." netion-wide rationing begins on

second class mail matter would wait ten minutes, but if the I J/4 cup of __chopped celery and It is a people aware, as never December 1. All holders of coupon
Fe bruary 1927 at the Pest Office In call hadn't been completed by that, leaves, 1 tablespoon of chopped before, of the greatness., _of 'their books are now being required to' '
Clewiston 'Florida, under the Act of onions and 1 tablespoon of chopped nation. The wealth of her
1897.SubKcrllttlon time he'd start, howling like a re identify each coupon ,by signing his
March 3, Hollywood wolf at a sorority party: parsley in 2 tablespons of far sources. The riches in her lands. name license number and state of:

"Miss Smith, how' about my call to for a few minutes. Then add 2 The strength and courage and unityof registration of his car on the back 4
Rate $Z.OO Per Year. Seattle? It's been fifteen minutes cups of soft bread crumbs,' % tea- her people. A people giving of each coupon in ink.

Advertising'fatal On Application. since I placed it. Good Lord, you spoon of savory seasoning, and salt thanks for a nation built from a The local rationing board announces

ought to be able to get Timbuktu and pepper to 'taste. Stir until wilderness to limitless power. To that those people who have'not
in less time than that!" well mixed and hot. This recipe stand firm against those who would \ received the lower
welfare
half
the advancement and .- I of theirtire
Devoted to makes 5 to 6-pound plunder.and steal and enslave. And I
of Clewiston and Hendry County. "I know it, wails the frantic enough for a registration (or mileage ration-
girl, "but I haven't been able to pork or lamb shoulder. I thanking a beneficent God for His tog) form should call at the officeof
get Long Distance." "What?" Veal or beef birds. Have the gifts. the board
.as soon as possible.
screams the boss, his blood pressure II) meat cut into strips 2 to 3 inches In a world, long suffering from These will not be mailed.
MEMBER mounting. "Well, damit, call the wide. Spread with stuffing. Roll, the barbarism and cruelty of war
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION v I Some fuel oil registration
.i Telephone Company and tell 'em and tooth-pick into neat packagesfor .--we have lived in a land of peace-I cou-
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION+ pons have been mailed out and it
19--t-1 you want a line and want it now." individual servings. Brown in ful sky and earth. There has beenno I
is expected that
all will
In desperation the poor girl fin fat, add a little water, and braise ceaseless horror in the heavens soon be.
ready for issuance.
ally gets the Telephone Company. slowly in a covered baking dish above us. No endless devastationto I \

Didn't you find plenty to b. "I've gotta have a line; I've just.I until tender. Serve 'with gravy. lay our lands and homes in I M.-

thankful for yesterday? ,' GOTTA have one," she cries hys Stews go well in cold weather. waste. No despot rules that our -
aWe tericallY' "It's for Mr. Big and When the amount of meat is limit- children shall starve and die. Opportunity:

feet as though Superman will he's furious." I ed, be more liberal with the vege- We are free. Free in a world

reach Berlin in time and that Santa "I know, dearie" replies al tables. For a good stew, brown ,the of prejudice and intolerance. Freeto Knocks'

Claus will appear this Christmas as patient weary voice, "but there is 'meat in a' little fat before you add live and speak" and act and work V

usual. a war on and all our lines are busy, water. And remember not to add I and worship as we choose. Free to ;

you'll just .have to wait." your vegetables until the meat is I elect our own leaders. Free to I

Better do your Christmas mail- By this time Mr. Big is in the almost tender. You can extend the live by the laws of our own mak- .

ing very: soon or it's possible that same frame of mind as a caged meat flavor in a stew by' using I ing. Free to decide our own des- I
(I
the recipient of your gift may bob-cat. He's got everybody from dumpings} or serving it, as short-;I tinies. For this we give thanks-IJ J I II

consider it an Easter present.A I the janitor to the chief clerk, on cake, between rounds of biscuits, : and pray that God may guide us
the verge of a nervous breakdown. I or on a platter with a border of in the exercise of this freedom-

move is underway on the part But what about the line he wantsto mashed potatoes boiled rice, or that others of the earth, :now I READ the ADS s ,

of some of the young folks to open use and can't? If he could just I hominy grits. slaves, may share it. That in the

the community center' three nightsa listen in on it for a few minutes Meat pie for six can be made end-they may again be free;

week for the cadets from Riddle he'd forget all about his call to 'with a pound of lean raw meat. First America gives thanks, for the
Field. We don't know just how far Seattle and he'd personally break make a stew, then top it with men who saw 'with clear; unflinchIng ''''''I

these plans have progressed but we the neck of anybody he caught try- pastry crust. If you wish, bake eyes, the nation to be. Who INVEST 10 OP"
% YOUR
., fl feel that it is a' commendable un ing to cut in on it. individual pies in small dishes. fought as we fight In the cause of I ,

dertaking. I The Army was using that line and Meat loaf. Have: the raw lean freedom and humanity 'and brotherhood INCOME:: IN

I the conversation had to do with an meat ground fine and season it well. And for those who now

There seems' 'to be little doubt I immediate action necessary to Combine it with such binders and fight-knowing that history has

now that the entire nation will go protect the lives of thousands of flavor extenders as bread crumbs, given few men the privilege of

:- under gasoline rationing next week American troops enroute to a cer-I cornmeal, boiled rice, mashed potatoes fighting for so great a cause. War Bonds

despite the frantic efforts made by tain destination. Every second or oatmeal. Meat loaf, This
then, is the greatness of
midwestern to prevent counted. sliced cold is for
congressmen a perfect filling America.
And in our prayer of
t it: Had they been able to getaway But, unfortunately, Mr. Big could sandwiches. thanks-there would be the voices
with this there is every rea- not listen in. But the Seattle dealis
f' Ground
beef broiled toast of
on all who share this nation's glory. lit'>
son to believe that the whole rationing important. He decides he'll hopa catches every, drop of the flavorful II'' All who now work and save and

t', system would have broken plane and fly out there -himself. juice. One pound of ground raw I fight one-that. no power, how-

.down.- I So he had his secretary make a beef mixed with 2 or 3 tablespoonsof ever great, may ever be allowed to AFTER THE WAR YOU

:.. reservation for him on the next milk, seasoned with salt and assault or plunder this freedom
: We told that soon virtually plane.At '\"ILLV Al'\T TO BUILD "
are pepper, will cover 6 or 8 slices of that is our lives." \.t
item of food will be rationed the airport he is all smiles.
every
bread.
First, toast the bread \
on The Saturday Evening Post. YOUR OWN HOME.:: CON
F":', because of the blows struck at food He needed a little relaxation anyhow one side and spread the meat clearto

production by loss of manpower and and looks forward to enjoyinghis the edge on the untoasted side. Commercial SIDER INVESTING PART
-'; farm .machinery.' Our own farm- air journey. His baggage is Then dot with fat and slip into CouponsNo

_: ing area is suffering from a short- weighed in and he is just about to the oven to broil. Serve at once. OF THE REMAINING 90.%
.;. age of manpower in the production board the plane when an Army Good Next WeekAll
OF YOUR INCOME IN AHomesite
f.::' of vital foodstuffs already rationed. truck rolls up. FOR WHAT GOD 1IAS GIVEN.
6/ A food administrator with the authority A moment later an airway official -
AMERICALet "S" coupons and bulk cou- !
ff. and courage to act is badly taps him on the shoulder: : TI
pons for the purchase of gasolinefor
; needed. "I'm sorry sir," he says, "but we'llhave I ,
Us Be Thankful
Truly commercial vehicles 'will expireat
:t.. .; to cancel your reservation on "There is a prayer we would midnight of Nov. 30, next Mon-
: CHRISTMAS SEAL TIME this ship to make room for a gov-I ....
utter now-as Thanksgiving comes day. The new "T" coupons will go I
ernment shipment. Already sev-
,; again to America. A prayer we into effect at that time. '
;.: In mail eral bulky packing boxes are being I
your Thanksgiving was
live and feel and know-but cannot Those truck drivers and others;
i.' letter loaded on the plane and Mr. Big, CLEWISTON REALTY
brobably, a containing sheets I find the countless words-the mil- who have not received. their certificate -
t: '. of Christmas Seals from the Hen- along 'with several other passengers, I
lion and voices to of
tongues repeat.It I war necessity at that
::.: ( finds he is "al! dressed up and no
dry County Committee of the Flor- and DEVELOPMENT
comes from the centuries that I time should apply to the local t
,: place to
-I goo"I I have molded this nation-and made rationing board for emergency sup- -
f"; "This is an outrage," he shouts. her great and strong. It comes plies until such time as the application CORPORATIONTHE

should not go unanswered this :year I "I'm an American citizen; I've got I from the canyons of towering cities is accepted or rejected.The .

1\. ;' for it is more important than ever. my rights; you can't do this to ,me." -from the echoing quiet of count value of the "A" coupons
:: F. Deane Duff, who is serving asF But they did do" it to him and i tI -

.. Christmas Seal chairman for this here's why: At a certain
debarka-I
county as he has for many years; tion port a huge convoy

points out that "Tuberculosis in to sail. It couldn't leave until a I I OLD JUDGE SAYS f-:: l j

war time is an obstruction to vic certain shipment of vital parts, ar I .. 17 ", ) ..
tory. It is like sand in the gearsof rived. If shipped by freight it ..;,./,: t

production. In Florida where would take a week more but ,
or by _t _r 1,. a -
mass migrations of armed forces, plane only a ,few hours. So they .

:__ construction workers and their went by' plane, and the convoy \ flJ' ? r1-c!

families have caused over-crowding moved, carrying the precious sup- 1 }! ikf
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: stress and, strain, there is a job to plies to a group of hard pressed I \

do." Marines on a faraway island. I

The sheets each contain one But Mr. Big had no knowledge of II

hundred seals and sell for a dollar. this and no one could tell him, and
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There is no better place for you to :so he is still grouching about the II I

put a dollar or two than in the dirty deal the airline pulled on him

envelope which accompanied the 'I and how he'll make 'em pay for it. I < l

seals.With But if he really knew the facts,
he would have been the first
Thanksgiving season turning -! guy
v our thoughts to the many blessings to step up and knock the block off I 11

R I which we enjoy, let's be thank- of anybody he caught trying to I [ I t-

s :;' ful also.to. have a small part in grab a seat on that plane and interfere -

'r hOlding. the gains we have made in with, the shipment.
I
the war against tuberculosis.: And so it goes. More and more,

private citizens are going to en- I

counter like situations. There, will -t "

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I they can't do, increasing restric- I ,I _
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tions and inconveniences all foreign ) \

h ; Too Late To Classify J 1 to anything they ever experienced.] :':." '.' .
But in most cases there is a REA-i
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By RUSSELL KAY SON. The extra cup of coffee you .: '

I I don't drink, the new tire you turn- : :. 1.
ed back, the 'phone call that was / ,
iN, :N:N:N"N":MN:N NON N:N:N:N: :-':N:"NON N: M:' .' .
..I delayed, the plane seat you were '_. a : : .
There are stories behind mostof denied-all are a part of your con- : T. :( ;/,' I ...
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the inconveniences and hard- tribution toward winning the war. I
ships confronting the private citizen = ., -
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today, stories which if known and I ( .t .. J.i .

understood would give the ruffled I I I I I .- --$$

individual something to think about I I / HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I would have \f; ,
"Quite a discussion some of the boys were prohibition or the government .
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beside himself and would make him I t
down at lodge meeting last night to make the money some other way.And
view the imagined "imposition" asa I Weekly from Home Demonstration I I i having up ( ,
:t "privilege" and accept it with I Specialists, Tallahassee l"STRETCHING" I Judge..you know, in the anteroom before there's only one answer to that-more taxes.\I j
li would add to?.. r
', pride. and a, feeling of patriotic service I JMEAT' the election of officers. '_ You know what that up
'II i -SL I. 'Sure was..and Herb was dead wrong about $25 more taxes a 'year for every, \
: ... and in the country. In other
The alcoholic beverage industry does ac* man woman ,

ies Unfortunately cannot"be ,told most and of these the unin-stor- SUPPLIES ,, count for more taxes than any other indu *: words you and Sue would ,have to pay I
in office this about $50 more in some form of tax. I '" "
I checked the figures
7 formed citizen, his feelings injured, There are many ways of stretch- i try. my .. out
bevy'i about the only ones who'd come
howls his head off, denouncing nig your meat supplies. So, here area morning. Why the figure on alcoholic guess i
everybody and everything from the few: Stuffing, for boned roastsor V erages Is pretty close to a billion and a" half ahead on that deal would be the bootleggers '

.,. President on down. bony cuts; veal or beef birds, to *, dollars a year. Lucky thing :we haven't got and gangsters'!, :i1;
Consider the business executive, make a savory blend of stuffingand '. '; _, .A

? accustomed to giving orders and meat; stews, to make good use -
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having them obeyed a ,chap who of tough, cheap meat or small tender : : "flflft( fHr! !'i. -

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Sandra Cockrin, Jackie Morris: Jean{ FOR SALE -Model A Ford. Good; 1
: YorkBeardsleyMrs. homes of Mrs. Charles Bolton, Mrs. : \I
Delores Murphy, Marjorie Brown, running condition. Five good; !
r : Nancy :Moon, Tommy" and Mary W. C. Owen, Mrs. O. A. Jones and tires. $75.00.; Box 1306, _.Clewis- Y
Mrs. E. L. Stewart. The hostessesfor
[ Personals ] James Richard York of Pa-) Teresa Seegers. ton, FIa.ROSES10. I
i-. the meeting, Mrs. Josephine
hokee announces the engagement I '
and approaching marriage of her BRIDGE CLUBS Knight, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. ',I
I W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Otto Larsen
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.. r daughter, Hannah ,Orr, to, Lieutenant for $1.00-Send only
4 and Mrs. W. L. Lott will serve .
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:. J. E. Beardsley was in Miami on James Wayne Beardsley son, of Mrs. G. B. Thomas entertainedher' tea at the Stewart home. $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMING, 2. I'
Mrs. James ''E. bridge club at her home Wed-
Mr. and Beardsleyof
business Sunday and Monday.
field -i
: this city. nesday afternoon. Mrs. F. E. Conk- Mrs. Clarence Nielsen will serveas year grown plants. Shipped :,I
treasurer for the Garden Club freshly dug. GUARANTEED to '.;!
ling won a tray as first prize and
Rev and Mrs. John N. Montgomery Miss York attended Florida .
Mrs. Bowden double for the remainder of the year, Mrs. reach in planting condition.
spent Thanksgiving in Southern College in Lakeland for Keathley a you :
W. W. "
Perry having resigned.
.. ami. Mil two years and was graduated with deck of cards as cut prize. Other bargain offers. FREE roses :
I Chicken salad, hot biscuits and Hostesses Thursday were 11rs.V..
honors from Florida State College
T described in our free folder.Sendnow
D. King, Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle
Mrs
for Women in 1941. She is al,coffee were served following play to.
Owen Winn, of Miami spent H. R.. Hall Want LOADS of flow
II Mrs. O. A. Jones and cut
t: Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs.A. member of Alpha Chi Omega so- Mrs. L. C. Miller, of Mayport, aj Mrs. E.
E.
H. King. rority and was elected to ,former member of the club, Mrs. W.I Kelly.ShareThe ers? Then plant TYLER roses -
: member-I
I il.:.. ship in Kappa Omicron: Phi, Omi- H. Lanier, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs./ r- send $1 NOW. TYTEX ROSE

: :Mrs. Lida C; Short of Moore cron Nu, and Phi Kappa Phi, hon-! H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Meat NURSERIES, Box 532, Tyler,
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Conklingand Texas. (30th-20th inc.)
, : Haven was a business visitor in ary fraternities. For the past two
/ Clewiston Monday. years she' has been Home Economics Mrs. Bowden Meeting CalledThe
instructor in the local high
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BAPTIST -
FIRST CHURCH
f Miss Mary Markette is spending school. '
H. C. Meador, Pastor Share-The-Meat meeting will t For Your
her James W. Beardsley, Second
this week in Tampa visiting .
father, T. A. Markette. Lieutenant in Field Artillery, is be held at the Community Center HUNTING LICENSE
; Monday, November 30th, at 4:30in I
now stationed at the University 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.
1042-43
I for
the afternoon. Mrs. F. E. Conk- season se.en.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .
Gainesville Florida assistant professor
Mrs. J. L. Daughtery of as,
ling and Miss Hannah York who C. NOWLIXG
Ofl 6:15 p. m.-Training Union. ,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Military Science and Tactics. I
: Ralph M.' Bishop, and Mr. Bishop.Mr. majored in Horticulture at 7:30, p. m.Even1ng'Worship.. called the meeting for lost Monday, I Hendry County Motors, ClewistonJ.
,z ___ University of Florida and was, Secretary O. K. Radford. Mr. were forced to postpone it becauseof '
Radford will speak at the evening failure of 'data and material to I
and Mrs. Lee Rigsby of graduated with honors with a B.. S.
Okeechobee spent Sunday here visiting degree in Agriculture in 1941. He service Sunday. He comes to leadus arrive.

;.:' their daughter, Miss Nettie was a member of Alpha Zeta, Ag in our Training Union Revival, All block wardens, Garden Club

,':.'. Pearl Rigsby. I Club, and Presbyterian Student as Training Union Secretary for the members and others interested are I M. COUS"EI
I Session; in his senior year he was state of Florida, he is well fitted" urged to attend. The purpose of
for the task and has had the Counselor and Attorney at Law
I. Mis. Ruth B. Owens left \Ved- student assistant in the Plant I meeting' is to explain the organization I
Pathology department. perience. "of" the campaign, which Hopkins Building
nesday evening for Tampa to spend j Ir
A Thanksgiving with her song I Both the young people grew up TRAINING UNION REVIVALWe the government hopes will be a I I j Wednesdays and Saturdays ':
: are anticipating of Mr. Rad- successful curtailment of
on Lake Okeechobee. James is ai voluntary
Thomas B. Owens, and family. 9:30 to 4:00
; J genuine Everglader; he was born I under the leadership of Mr. Rad meat consumption, and to obtain I
I ford. Assisting him will be Rev. volunteer workers to assist in distributing
t' E. W. Durst left Monday for on the Beardsley Farm in the set- -
I Warren Capell, pastor of the South the information to
con-
Ritta.
tlement of
has -
; Panama City, where he accepted f
4::" employment with a large con ,, The engagement will be formally -I Bay Baptist Church and Rev. J. E. sumers.

.'. struction company. announced at a lawn party to Dillard, Jr., pastor of the Belle

t. I be held at the Beardsley Farm to- Glade Baptist Church, and one local Government Asks Johnson's Fish CampNear

1st Sgt. Ray Bass of Camp night. A large, number of friends I teacher. This revival starts at
[.. of the couple will be 7:30: each evening during the com- ( Hurricane Gate)
Davis, N. C., is spending his fur- young pres- For TypewritersThe
other'com ing week, Monday through Friday Clewiston, Fla.
I
lough here this week. Ray is with ent from Clewiston and -
We hope to reach ,every Baptist in Boats and Motors-Guide Service
i' a Signal Corps detachment. rmjnities. Among those invited, I
'f:. --- from out-of-town are: Mr. and Mrs.J. the community. Let us work and government is ,badly in need Rates Reasonable

.., Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. W. H. M. Couse and Miss Emily Couseof pray together that God will richly of typewriters and the War Pro i ,Yo H. Johnson, Mgr.

Lanier, Mrs. P.. M. Bishop, Mrs.J. Moore Haven; Mr. and Mrs. bless our lives during this coming duction Board has announced a

L. Daughtery, and Mrs. H. R. Browning Roach, Mrs. J. R. York, week. quota of 3,000 for the state of i
: Hall were visitors InVest Palm Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Caudill, Mr. FOREIGN MISSION DAY OF Florida.
Beach Tuesday. and Mrs. Frank Hobson, Mr. and PRAYER will be held at the church The machines needed are 1935or
I Mrs J. M. Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. beginning at JLO a. m. Friday. All later models and the govern- I DRESSMAKING: ALTERING,

4:, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Taylor have J. F. Colson, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. ladies of the W. M. S. are urged to ment will purchase through regular BUTTONHOLE MAKING

purchased one of the new group:: of I Shirley and Van York of Pahokee.s attend. A covered dish lunch will licensed dealers paying more than I
!". defense houses near the research be served at the noon hour. I[the list price for second-hand ma- Mrs. Inez Pope

. y laboratory and are moving' in this I Ir' SHIRLEY KRUEGER: chines. .
e week-end.. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY BAPTIST LADIES HOLD Millcrest Near Passenger Depot ,
MWNNWVVM.W VVWasted --
STUDY GROUP AT CHURCHAll (next door to Bill Allen's).

I r:" Mrs. E. .M. Blake of Asheville Mrs Clarence Krueger entertained money Is wasted
: North Carolina, arrived Thursday with a party Friday night at her three circles of the Woman's lives. Don't waste precious v

t to spend the winter here with her home for her daughter, Shirley, on Missionary Society met at the lives. Every dollar you can

i daughter, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, the occasion of her 12th birthday.The church Tuesday; afternoon. The t spare should be used to buy
and Mr. Mumford. evening was spent in playing purpose of the meeting was to War Bonds. Buy your ten

;: games and several prizes were study the book "If Two Agree," per cent every pay day. Florist Agency

! Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller and given. which was taught 1 by Mrs. H. C.

'"L 7.- Ollie .Edwaids/vof<( vMayport: who Apple pie and lemonade were Meador. .' Flowers delivered' here at no
\" have spent 'a week here with Mr. served to Callie Davis, Carline Cookies and a Cola drink were extra cost. Other towns, any-

: and Mrs. Munselle Stone will return Berner, Clarice Cannon, Nadine An- served to Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. I where in U. S. add only cost of

; tomorrow to Mayport. drews, Joan Erler, Judy Echols, Fred Topper, Mrs.\ Arch Hodges, Mrs. M. A. ThomasAgent I telegram, ranging from 20 to

Bobby Knight, Dub and ,Gene Mills, Mrs. ,I. E. Cannon, Mrs. O. A.' Clark, G5 cents.

<, < Paul Slonaker arrived Monday for Stanley Wright, Raymond Trice,) Mis. C. R. Krueger, Mrs. C. M. for AVON Products MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN

:: a surprise visit with his parents, Emory Campbell, Harold Broaderick Pirkle, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs: I Western Union Office

r. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Slonaker. Paulis I,, Jesse Driggers, Byrl Ingram and) Joe Elder, Sirs Leon Bembry, Mrs. II Box 438 Cleis.ton ) Day Phone 82 Night. 2791
If:' attached to the U. S.. Naval Air 'I Clifford Beatty. Jack Himrod, Mrs. H. Phillippi, S
Station in Norfolk. I'I. -. .V, I I Mrs. Clark, Senior, was a visitor. I

; ; t I It' I NINTH GRADE PUPILS ,ARE - -----------

Billy Perry 'and Jimmy Paul, who I GIVEN WEINER ROAST I Garden Club Makes -

t attended Georgia Military College in I '

Milledgeville, Georgia, arrived yesterday Ninth grade students, were entertained -I Plans For ChristmasSeveral
, : to spend'.a short Thanksgiving -I with a weiner roast at the rI The WarEliort
I: holiday with their parents I home of Mrs. M. A. Thomas, 9th :- : ., :

here. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Paul met grade room representative, Friday I ne members were accepted : f
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i the boys in West Palm Beach. evening. Miss Mary Neeley, home at the Garden Club meeting I ii- sr

fj, -- room teacher, was joint hostess I for November, held Thursday
:'. Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and son, with Mrs. Thomas at the party. afternoon in the Community Center,

'" Charles, B. Owens, had as their Those attending 3were Margie with Mrs. W. H. Lanier presiding.The .

.<; guests for the week-end Mrs: Mar- Nell Cook, Shirley Brantley, Betty new members are Mrs. Gene HELP WANT'EDo
: guerite Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. I| Stough, Carolyn Bryant, Dorothy Powers, Mrs. J. M. Frazier, Mrs. o

.:' Louis Johnson of Miami and L. F. I Sealey, Barbara DeVane, Mamie John A. Morrow, Mrs. G. H. Brown,
: Scharfschwerdt of Okeechobee. i Trice, Bobby Topper, Lewis Blount, Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mrs. Joseph MOTOR LINES' continuing contributions of its
:, -, )IE. j. Bussell, Frank Conkling, David Robbins, Mrs. H. A.V.. Hedke, trained men to fill key positions in the armed forces has

Zerney Meredith, Mrs. J. F.r" ond Eric' Thomas. Mrs. A. H. Vann, Mrs. John 'Mont-1 opened desirable and important positions in this essen-

Tippey, Mrs. H. A. Land and Shari I gomery. tial industry. This is a War of Transportation and
Land were visitors in West Palm AIR SCHOOL CADETS ATTEND Chief item of interest at jhe Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit supplying -

Beach Tuesday. They met Mrs. PARTY AT CENTER SAUKDAY I meeting was ,a talk by Mrs. Vera vital transportation to all phases of the war effort.

Zerney Meredith who returned from I -- I Walker, nutrition consultant of the I The opportunity is now open fo YOU to join this war- --
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t a visit with her sister,' Mrs. R. II. I; A group of ten Clewiston girls, I state board of health, who spoke I essential group. ,', .---

[.' Rowan in Jacksonville. [(including Misses Renee Wethington, of the' urgent necessity of conserving t ,: ,. ...'.(
t. ,Margaret Von Mach, Martha Nell the meat supply of the nation. .
:' Mrs Eddie Curry and daughter, Alston,. Leah Richaud, Bobby I Mrs. Walker discussed meat sub- FOR MEN*

i': Lovvorn, of Gainesville, are visit-II Spicer, Myra Rice, Laura Bailey, stitutes and their value in the
:. ing her sisters, Mrs. C. ,J. Lovvorn Florence Graham Gloria and Bet- diet. She asked the cooperationof COACH OPERATORS: Age 21 and up; good "-

. 1 and Mrs. B. B. Wilson, for a short ty Jean McDuffie, sponsored a the club in the ,carrying out. of driving experience (heavy equipment preferred),
tit while. They are en route to Fort I party at the Community Center the Clewiston "Share-The-Meat" 5 feet 7 inches, 150 pounds, minimum 8th grade '

Myers to join Mrs. Curry ,who is Saturday' evening;. program. The club members votedto education (High School, preferred). ,
stationed at the Gunnery School I Guests for the evening were a sponsor the local campaign. .
.
Stewards Garage Employees
there. large group of Clewiston girls and
There was some discussion of the
twenty-five cadets, both RAF and
I annual out door Christmas decoration -
Mr.: and MVs.. ..Henry C., Kolstad j I U. S. Army Air Force, now in contest sponsored by the Gar- FOR MEN and WOMENTicket

and son, Kim, of Moore Haven and training at Riddle-McKay Aero Col den Club. Although in many localities ,

Mrs. G. M. Sears, Sr., of Shellman, !I lege.The this might be considered a
" :: Ga., arrived Monday to spend a I girls served a hamburgersupper I I waste of electricity 'that would Agents, Baggage Clerks, Bookkeepers, Calculators -

few days with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. and afterwards dancing otherwise be voted to the war i Stenographers, Typists, Clerks, Janitors '

: Stewart before leaving for Shell- was enjoyed till a .late hour.-. -.1)effort, it was pointed out thatClewiston's and Cleaners. '
p man to make their home until Mr. -
Kolstad WARREN BROWN CELEBRATESHIS electric current is It has always been our policy to give preference in em-
enters the Army. I I .
t: produced locally, that there is' no -
; BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY ployment to men and women living along our routes.
of here and
shortage electricity ,
OLIVERS HOSTS SATURDAY ... that practically all of the decora- If you are interested, mail postcard or letter, giving
AT SPAGHETTI SUPPER Mrs. G. H.\ Brown entertained I I tive material tied: will be material name, address: age, sex, and indicate position you are
t. best suited for to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR FLORIDA
with a children's party at Kindergarten already purchased-and' on hand. For ,
Mr, and Mrs. A.O. Oliver were Monday morning to celebrate -(I these reasons the cl'ib decided to : MOTOR LINES, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. An application
hosts Saturday evening at a the third birthday of her continue its annual bctdoor deco- I blank will be Mailed to you, and if you are acceptable

Spaghetti supper at their home, en- son, Warren. I I rations contest and to awcrd:. prizesas I and position is open, arrangements will be made for a

;, tertaining for Mrs. Marguerie Games' were played, and favors in past years. *''i I .. personal interview and further consideration.

, Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Louis of American flags and paper caps The December meeting will be in I

Johnson of Miami, who were week- were given the children. Mrs. charge of Mrs. Elbert Stewart, who I s 11l lllr 1,,
end guests of Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. Charles Butler, Mrs. L, M. Hutson announced the following plans:
,. ,r The visitors, Mrs. Owens and Mrs. and Mrs. J. E. Morris assisted Mrs. The meeting will be held at 4:30

Oliver, were formerly associatedJn ,Brown in looking after' the children Wednesday, December 23rd, and i iI

WPA work in Miami and ,In serving) ice cream and cake. I(will be in the form of a visit to I flORID MOYORJINES DSTINp1 0S0 St 1 i
Other guests at the supper were Those who attended were Chris- several homes to yiew Christmas SVtSY I
l L. F. Scharfschwerdt of Okeechobee, tine Hutson" Ronald and Beverly I I I I decorations.. Members will meetat

Mrs. Owens, Charles B. Owens andE. Egley, Janet Casper, Bobby Weet- the home of 'Mrs. G. B. Rack- ... "' .,, "' ,,. "
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:M. McCoy ,' man, Allen Lingham, Sandra Jones, II straw and will visit In succession I
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r SUNDAY Keeping up with the changing

GRANVILLE CHURCHSERVICE [Lesson times, we think the army's new

t 1. / y v time system deserves a note. The

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. army is now operating on a 24-

THE STORY SO FAR: Jell Curtis and off the table lamp and move catliketo to chance it," he said reluctantly, Of(Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper'fhPc.tI'l/mon.T o. hour-clock system. Four digits-

his wife, Lee, are already on their way the door, reaching for his gun. "can't take all night. Anyway, these 0000 to 2400-represent the 24
to Tierra Libre when he receives a note Then Curt struck. The butt of his explosives will do the job on the hours from midnight to midnight.Six .

from Zora Mitchell warning them not to own gun caught the native behind planes in case I can't set the bombs Lesson for November 29 a. m. is 1600; noon is 1200;

come. When they arrive In Tierra Lihre the ear. Emilio went down withouta for explosion. Yes, make it one- 11:35 p. m. is 2335.
they find both Zora and her husband t
sound. thirty. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
chief engineer
dead.for It a is fruit Mitchell's company Job as that Jeff has Curt hauled the unconscious man "Okay, got it," said Monahan. Council lected and of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by Live Mouse Traps -

been called to fill. Later Jeff's friend into the bedroom and shut the door. "Another thing," Collins went on, permission.
Bill Henderson is killed, and Jeff suspects He closed the hinged bamboo shut- "once you men get the dynamite Irish fishermen have a novel
his employer, Senor Montaya, of ters over his window, then turnedon planted you'll have to clear out. I'll THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH method of catching mice in their

murdering him and the Mitchells because the light in the adjoining shower finish priming the bombs a one. shacks. They live oysters!

they had found a clue to the strange room. and left that. door open a Then if anything goes wrong wewon't LESSON TEXT-Matthew 18:15-17; Acts These are scattered around and
things going on at the plantation. Other 1:8; 2:42; 6:1.4; 11:27.30; 13:1.3: ; I John 1:3.
the chemist crack: all grow halos. You'd be no GOLDEN TEXT-As my Father hath sent when a mouse sticks his nose

Dr.sinister Toenjes figures, and are the flyers company, Ryden and There was no rope available, so use to me anyway." me, even so send, I you.-John 20:21. or foot into the half-open'shell the
sheet into to bind
Lannestock. A man named Collins arrives he ripped a strips Nothing happened to impede oyster closes up on it.
from the Canal Zone to see Mitchell the man's hands behind him, tie his them. They reached the foot of The church is the greatest institution -

and Jeff hires him without arousing1lonta'a' feet, his legs. He soaked these the Quebrados in good time, despite in all .the world, with the most --
$ suspicions. A talk with Jerry strips in water so they couldn't pos- running without lights. There widespread membership and influence -
that Montaya is part worked loose. He fashioneda
Mclnnls discloses sibly be
That is true from
purely
Monahan melted into the night to a
German and is dealing with the Nazis. the teeth securedit
pried
gag open ,
Collins reveals his identity AS a U. S. in Then he 'picked the grope his way up a trail. secular or worldly standpoint. Then F
place.
naval intelligence officer. When he and up As Curt and McInnis were load- when we realize that here is more WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
inert form and tossed it the bed.
Jeff discover hidden German bombers, on ing themselves gingerly with ex than a human organization, for it
he realizes that there will be trouble. He Before snapping off the bathroom plosives-the dynamite and two cans is in fact a divine organism; that
to let Lee light a glance at his wrist showedit I Time Is Long
has just persuaded Montaya of powder-Collins spoke up. it is the means through which Godis
and the children leave "for a few days." was ten-forty. He'd better get this toward Time is infinitely long, and
"It won't take all three of us to now manifesting power -
NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY the crew together. Jerry should be every' day is a vessel into which
break in. I'll be planting this last men, we see the supreme importance '
on this side by now, to meet Mona- 'can to knock out that bridge behindus. of understanding the much may be poured, if we fill it

XVin han upriver away from lights.On church and to it. up to the brim.-Goethe.
CHAPTER Have that much done. our relationship .
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Sunday nights Tempujo set- "
"Good. This week 'we stress the missionof

"Bueno, bueno," Montaya finally tled down earlier than on Satur- Curt cut a length of fuse for the the church. We note seven things.

said, more smoothly. "There is no days. Already most of the resi- job, took the rest of the coil, and, I. Holiness of Life (Matt. 18:15-17). I Acid Indiggesti@DI '
need of this heat. It will be only for a dence lights were out, and only one with McInnis got under way for the In a time when general standardsof

day or two. But understand, thisvisit end of the mess-hall showed activity. hidden hangars. and low I Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back
His now adjusted to the decency honesty are When excess<< stomach acid causes painful,suffocating
must not be used an eyes the fence and Curt
as open- They reached and no one wants to be his broth- ;gas,sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usuallyprescribe
for regular contact with dark, Curt could see through the led the cautiously to the spot tho fastest-acting: medicines known fore
ing wedge
way
er's keeper, the church needs to be ptomaticrelief-medicines i I like those In Bell-ans
the Associated people. That I will screen door what looked like two where he'd broken through last Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort in a
reminded that part of its missionis jiffy or doable your money back on return of bottle
not have during our construction pe- trunks to the palm tree in the yard. night. He played his flash along the to Ufl.25e at all druggists.
to maintain holiness in life and
riod." "Collins?" he called softly. ground. Good. The leaves and debris -
the of to another.
His dignity recovered, he turnedto "Yo." scattered over the soft fill of relationship one
Notice that man's attitude toward -Buy War Savings Bonds-
Emilio, who had been standing by, Curt picked up a camera and flash the hole he'd used before was undis- .. '
staring incuriously into the distance. bulb he'd set apart earlier, then turbed. his fellowman is first a matter for

"Help to get Senora Curtis and let himself out and down the short "Yeh, but I don't like this, Curt. personal attention, then it becomes ,

the children across to Riverbend." path. Looks too easy. I can't believe they of real interest to the church, andif D lOti W1 E"Q UBI i\1TS"

"Si, Senor." For several minutes neither don't keep some kind of watch. no response is found there, the

Curt mounted the steps. At the spoke, then as Curt was grumbling, you would, I would, they're not offending individual excluded. and relieve

dispatcher's office he put in a call "Wish they'd hurry, I'd like a dumber, are they? You could have put in the hands of God.II. iOCDS

for his house at San Alejo. got through. last nght by sheer Witness in Divine Power (Acts

"Hiya, Lee. Surprise. Pack for a luck." 1:8). BY

yourself'and the kids. You're visit- "I know. It's been in my mind, The witness bears testimony to RUBBING( ON

ing Jerry and Marta for a day or too. But there's nothing we can do that which he has experienced, and ,4.

two. They're having an anniversary about it except keep alert." in the case of Christian experiencehe

dinner tonight" McInnis' words were prophecy. It is assured of divine power in

"But Jeff what anni-" was as they were hauling at the carrying' out his sacred, task.

"I'm sorry I can't go. As I told I strip of corrugated sheathinganoisy The world would have laughedand .

you, I'm completely tied up until t job itself!-that they heard ( possibly did) at the idea of a

the new shovels are in operation. the running feet. So there was a small group of humble believers

Anyway, you have a good time for patrol maintained! The two men making the gospel effective/ simply

the both of us. I'm sending the car jumped away from the wall and fell by telling others about the Saviourbut

for you now. Can you be ready in flat in the dry grass. The feet it worked, because God's power -

forty minutes?" / pounded around the end of the build- was in it. ....

"I think so, dear, but-" 1 ing, a '''flash played back and forth
"No 'buts I can't and that'sthat. i III. Unity in Faith and Practice
go and picked out the hole in the fence,
.. If wait for (Acts 2:42)
'- you me you may the sprung sheet. ,
never see them. There's no telling The guard lunged for the fence, The early'church had not yet been lA

when I can get a day from the job." but there came a shot from beyondit split up by the philosophies of men

He hung up. This last should tell from the other side. Collins! A and the vagaries of doctrine, which "

Lee the urgency of the situation quick 'stab from Collins' flashlight have since divided God's people. It

without giving the operator-un- showed the German close to the was His purpose that His people
his the
fence, arm upstretched, man VITAL ELEMENTS TO HELP BUILD
chew r should recall before divide them
on. ready to spring. Another shot, and we
But Lee reached Tempujo by the man went down. just to promote some theory of in- RESISTANCE TO COLDS. .
noon. The kids bounced about in terpretation.
"Finished my job at the tracks, Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion con-
excitement, clutching at Curt. He Unity is not only a matter of be-
Collins called anxiously, "and heard tains the natural A and D Vitamins
turned them over to Emilio, together lief it must reach into the practice
rand
this guy as I neared the fence. Then often needed to help build stamina -
with the three small bags Lee of daily life. resistance! build
the shot. Are you okay? I Helps strong
had brought. 1I "Yes," cried Curt. "There's a IV. Service, Spiritual and Social bones) sound teeth too! Mothers-
Then he held Lee close, whispering give cott's Emulsion daily.
;. hole in the fence, Collins. (Acts 6:1-4). :

"Don't while look pretending so anxious, sweet.to kiss Keep her, r He raced around the end of the The church rightly put the emphasis .. Recommended by Many Doctors

e clear building and to the front. He had a on the spiritual. The leaders
, I a face. Everything's under I who' had gifts for ministry of the
end
clear view to the other of the rte
,
control and I'll be with o
you sooner
than think." field. A few night lights showed, as Word did not permit themselves to
you Under of be diverted into social service. Too i
1 they had last night. one
He managed to into her
slip
':. note folded tightly. "For Jerry.palma these, the one outside the clubroom, I'I many in the church have failed at'I I.e
stood like statues. 'Men that point. Even the good be
: Curt then handed Lee into the two figures 1 I may
.- seemed to the mortal of the best.
I r ; listening. Presently they enemy
boat and watched the crossing. He
relax. They moved out of the light, At the same time the early church
saw her met on, the other bank-
: not fast as though alarmed, and did not neglect social needs. Men
/ that would be Jerry, God bless him! 0
i. -and they waved across at each Emilio went down without a sound. the clubroom lights snapped on. Curt were appointed to care for them.

', other. relaxed, too. The shots had been In all too many instances the mod SNAPPY FACTS

Monahan had been all day at the smoke,". Collins touched his arm behind the buildings here, the soundswouldn't ern church has failed to minister to

'. tractor-shovels. Their had and pointed in the dimness. have carried sharply to the the social needs even of its own peo- ABOUT
progress
,". ... been slowed today by more difficult Curt grunted. "Yeh, that's them." other end-he hoped. He returnedto ple and has weakly (and one fears I

terrain. More filling, more matting Two figures were making their the others. gladly) turned them over to social :

ll. had been necessary. He returned to way toward the bungalow, taking Collins and McInnis had forced agencies. What a pity! ri'JfIRUBBER.

Tempujo along with Curt and Emit advantage of every patch of heavy entrance to the hangar. All three I V. Love-in Deed as Well as in

-, lio, and after the three had showered darkness. The four men joined had flashlights tonight, and Curt Word (Acts 11:27-30).

..:. and changed clothing, they had ,forces. found McInnis taking a quick look- I Talking about the need of others,
Collins "Lee and the kids see for ,himself. Collins was at the In the modern automobile there
supper together. was finish- ? were Curt's wishing them God's blessing, say- are 32.5 pound of rubbor In ad-
ing his at a table by himself. lIe first words. bomb room door, forcing the lock. ing a desultory prayer asking God dition to that mod in tire and

looked a good bit fresher than he "Okay," McInnis answered. "By : Curt and McInnis joined him. to bless and help them, is not sufficient tubes.

had this morning. He'd shaved and luck, the San Timoteo's taking on Inside the long partition they spem in fact it is not Christian at Last summer's national scrap rubber
dnvo brought out 6.87 pounds per
it was clear he'd slept all day. fruit. They're aboard now. The a moment studying the layout. The all (see James 2:14-17). capita.Evan this gratifying amount

After supper Curt went to his of- Old Man's given orders' to speed cylindrical casings were pointed at I, Love acts. It gives. It serves. aurfaco represented of tho only a scraping littering of tho tho

fice, followed as usual by his body- the loading ,and be ready to pull the bulkhead, which was constructedof It proves faith by works. It trans- backyards,cellars scrap and cities of tho .r-::"

" guard. out at daylight with whatever load thick planks. When assembled, lates the gospel into a language an country.'

: Eight, nine, ten o'clock came, they have by then. He'll get heck there'd be a space of about two feet unbelieving world can understand. There: are come 3,065/000 mile
of the bombs of roads In tho United State of
between the noses
and still Curt applied himself. There from Distribution, .McInnis chuck- VI. Obedience to the Holy Spirit which 40% are of the surfaced

was plenty to be done, he might as led, "but I guess his shoulders are and the heavy wall. (Acts 13:1-3). highway type. More improved
it'll work Collins road than other country In
any
"Okay, men, ,
;; well do it. Emilio looked in on him broad enough. God has certain plans for the the world.

' once, annoyed but making no com- Monahan stopped them'at a.cache said. "Get busy" on your jobs, I'll work of the church' in the world, Thero are more than 10 motor vehicles

ment. Curt merely looked up, then he'd prepared earlier in the evening, handle mine. wired with and be sure that they are no smallor for each mile of highway in
'. back at his desk again. and all four shared the loadthebig The room was could lights. indifferent plans. His mighty tho Sundays United made States.this Pro-gas ratio seem rationing like

Ten-thirty. Curt rolled up what bundle of dynamite, the three Since Collins no beam the'escape switch out-and agent 'iii'bringing His will to pass 10 cars to each 100 feet of road.
snapped
;t, prints he'd been using, stacked his cans of black powder, the fat coil side, work :-in* the world is the third person of In 1940 it was estimated that tho
Immediately got to on a study I market value of passenger cars in .,,,,
He came to the of fuse. ;;;J
papers. door of of the first tail fuse at hand. -. the Trinity, the Holy Spirit. If the tho U.S.was 7.209000000;trucks ,
the drafting room, stretching and Getting to the motorshed and run- "Huh he said dismally, "they'rethe i church will respond to His guidance had a valuo of $1,165,000,000. "
,
:: yawning. In the middle ning a car outside the
of the yard limits His control the
arming vane type. Well, guess and be subject to ,
: stretch he stiffened. ,Emilio lookedup unseen proved easy. Once under unhindered.But .
I[ can revolve then: by hand. Nose work of God may go on
instantly alert almost way, Curt sketched a quick picturefor
friends the
suspi- piece, I understand that well just there, Christian ,
cious. Curt's eyes, without McInnis of what they'd found
I
having
the pin and they'reset church has most ingloriously failed.
enough. PuJ.1 .
turned his head, seemed to be pierc- last night, what they were headedfor. for irp act." VII. Fellowship (I John 1:3)),
the darkness .
ing beyond
the
porch. These, bombs were designed for Here is the great secret of spiritual -
i
He banked Emilio's McInnis grunted a couple of times I
on
drowsinessto assembled fellow-
but
life and growth-Christian
loading
on planes, ,
keep him from realizing immedi- and at the end said, "Okay, what's On I the
not set for explosion. releasefr6m ship. And notice with care place
the ?
ately that no one can see into dark- program the plane, the arming pin of for it is in the church. If we do not
Curt went
ness from a lighted space. In a over it. At one. point the nose fuse would have to be come to the church we deprive our- 0
Collins
low voice, keeping his lips stiff Curt interrupted. pulled, to free the mechanical restraint selves and others of the opportunityfor ?
said, "There's somebody there "We'll get there about e
out midnight.Monahan's that prevents the fuse from fellowship. The matter of church
out behind those palms. Size andshape job is set for one. Not firing" the'detonator.. In the case attendance (and twice on Sunday is .

looks like-"Collins, I'd say. sure that'll be time enough for me. of the ,tail fuse, however, that not too much) needs to be put on'
Put out your light. Got to study those fuse mechanisms.! "brake"vould be released
auto- absence -
lest by our
consciences we
As he spoke Chances are they'll be our
he'reached behind simple matically by the revolution of the
' him inside the door of the draftingroom enough; but I can't be sure." arming vane as the bomb feY bear an anti-church But testimonybefore even

and switched off the lights "Okay, another half hour, think?" through the air. our neighbors. of
need
our
more important is own
there. Emilio's reaction was to snap Collins considered. "We'll have
(TO BE 'CO/VI'INUED..I fellowship with God's'people.

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3. What name is given a narra- Brown stains can be removed my woes,
i-. William the Conqueror. stews, soups and boiled meats un-
tive heroic poem? 3. Epic. from the kitchen range with a til after they are cooked. If put And seems just like fc.

,. 4. The highest and lowest points 4. California (Mount Whitney in cloth dipped in turpentine. A lit- in at first it toughens the fiber of

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fruit be cleaned
of those.
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called what? fected by the 20th ,amendment to use only new cloth and good,
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armed forces in wartime is one that melted of butterl I
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KEYHOLE
3. WITH A of the principal duties of the Made with crisp toasted shreds olKELLOGG'S
be conceited, but he never is. ALL-BRAN, they have a
SAW THEN TACK American Red Cross.
.. The between texture and flavor that have made them
difference perseverance TO CHAIR Immediately after the outbreakof famous all over America.KELLOGG'S .
and is is will
obstinancy one a strong
the world in in
war Europe
ALL-BRAN MUFFINS
i and the other a strong won't.Give '
September, 1939, more than 500 2 tablespoons % cup milk
many your hand but few USE THISPATTERNVA shortening 1 flour
4. "- Red Cross chapters throughoutthe cup
your head.It nation % cup sugar teaspoon salt
began making large
1
egg 2y2 teaspoons
is a good plan to tell no more
quantities of surgical dressings for 1 cup All-Bran baking powder
of yo'ltr own troubles than you wantto SEAM FOR our army and navy. In addition, Cream shortening and sugar; add egg
hear about other people's. THE COYER a large number of dressings were and beat well. Stir In All-Bran andmIlk
; let soak until most of moisture
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made to be used Red Cross
: 2. by Is taken up. SlIt flour with salt and
'L''. And So We're Overloaded ILJI MAKE relief organizations caring for the baking powder; add to first mixture

.J, We are so busy asking to be suffering civilian population in the and stir only until flour disappears.Fill

J\- given more than we have that we A PAPER I war-torn countries of Europe.As greased bake In muffin pans two-thirds hot fulland
: moderately oven ((400 P.)
;r haven't time to ask to be able to PATTERN the war progressed and about 30 minutes. Yield: 6 large muffins -
I : 3 Inches In diameter, 12 small
appreciate the things we have. spread to more and more or
muffins 2V4 Inches In diameter.
To say nothing of your enemies implies WORN nations of the world, this pro-
what you think of them. CANE gram of surgical dressingswas

Housecleaning to a woman is a SEAT CUTAWAY gradually enlarged and Quick Reward

good deal like cleaning up his desk extended to Red Cross chapters How quickly a truly benevolentact
Itt /7j \\ jJ -Z1))
is the consciousnessof
is to a man. % in practically every coun- repaid by

Say what you will about blunt ty in the United States. To- having done it-Hosea! Ballou.
b'
_..' people, but they usually come to e 1'ti C OOf7oq oc day more than 3,000 Red
TAPES oAr Cross chapters are busily engaged -
the point.
c: SEWN TO in making surgical Pull!! the Trigger on

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r navy according to standard with
Constipation
@tJI ftpC I ru specifications and methods ,
NONE
all confidence
A BATTERED side chair, a NOTE: We may gain new
these days by learning to do things that furnished by them.
I scrap of plywood, part of a we have never done before. Book 5 of Ease for Stomach too .
More than two million women
of flat and 'of ,
can paint; a can the series offered with these'articles,
' delphinium blue enamel;' a pieceof shows how to remodel other old chairs. throughout the nation are now
i5IfI Book 6 gives'directions for repairing and making surgical dressings for our When constipation brings on discom-
blue and white ticking and a fort after meals, stomach upset,bloating
I : various of furniture.
; strip of coarse white material that making Copies are over 10 cents each pieces postpaid. Order armed forces under this program.By dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad
the end of October 1942 breath, stomach is probably"crying :
they your
was raveled out to make narrow direct from: .....
the blues" because bowels don'tmove.
your
"', fringe.. Combined, these odds and had made more than a hundred It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
Guiding the: Child endsmade attractive chair. MRS. RUTII WYETH SPEARS million dressings of all kinds and the trigger on those lazy bowels, com-

I r::. ,. Some teachers of child guidance The old chipped white enamelwas Bedford Dills New York were embarking a very large bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease .-,
that to Drawer 10 for the to your stomach in taking. For years
punishment means coming
say year.
rubbed with coarse and then program Doctors have given pepsin
'f.";' look backward at what a child has fine sandpaper until smooth. The sired.Enclose 10 cents for each book de The making of surgical dressingsis many rations in their prescriptions to prepa-make

r done, whereas guidance- means new seat came next; then flat Name................................ a very important work in which medicine more agreeable to a touchy
to look forward to what it is hopedhe partici- stomach. So be sure your laxative con-
I i:: paint which was allowed to dry 24 nearly every woman can
he will do inthe future. hours before applying enamel. Address.............................. pate, no matter where she is located well's tains Syrup Laxative Pepsin.Senna Insist combined on Dr. Cald-with

f. Next, the cover was made with I a or how little time she can Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the
!ir Laxative Senna wakes lazy and
straight two-inch fringe trimmed spare.Many thousands of volun- up nerves
muscles in intestines to bring wel-
band and ties around the uprightsof Raise Your Right Hand- teers are needed for this work come relief your from constipation. And the
Of Y@UfJ
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the back. and every one of the 3,350 Red good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa-
Raising the right hand while Cross chapters participating in tive so comfortable and easy on your

\\ $ S UP'TONHGU' / taking an oath in court originatedin this program in nearly every stomach.taste of this Even pleasant finicky children family laxative.love the

the days when a person who county in the United States needs Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna com-
I Lucky PorpoisesSailors I had been convicted of a felonywas help. bined with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on
label doctor advises, and feel
barred witness Collier's. or as your
as a mil-
h says During the past month, ten world's better.Get genuine Dr.Caldwell's.
As such an individual had lion surgical dressings made by
Put 3-purposeVa-tro-nol up each generally believe that the letter "F" branded on his
volunteers in American Red Cross
J nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen porpoises bring 'luck when they
te* membranes, (2) soothes Irritation, palm, every person, before takingthe workrooms were sent to Russia S
'. follow a ship. This is a old CJl !
.- (3) relieves transient nasal con very stand, was required to expose for Russian soldiers wounded at =
gestion and brings greater story. It dates from the days his hand to prove he was not disqualified Stalingrad. :
breathing comfort. when people believed in a sea-god
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: in folder. \7A.'RC.N L the spirits of the winds. This sea- by the soothing medication of

god was supposed to be attended
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Understanding One's TalentsIt dolphins, so if a sailor sees S\1/LQ!
iJr' : is an uncontrolled truth: thatno' porpoises gambolling about his i / to Forgive.

", man ever made an ill figure ship he knows the sea-god is for It is easy enough to forgive your

fr' who understood his own talents, the time victorious over storms enemies if you have not the means

.V. nor a good',..one who mistook them. and gales, and therefore the voyage r..;..,--_ to harm them.Heinrich Heine. ...
-Swift.
will be :
prosperous. Ain't It So? Lathe Know

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RHEUMATIC PAIN Giddy Men's Styles that wrong? gers of modern foods, and with a SHAVE with SHELBY

ain't went dramatic gesture pointed an em- AND
Mead net Spoil your Day-Get after It New Pupil-Because you
Freakish men's rather har-
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Don't put off getting: C-2223 to relieve out yet. hP
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t"-'" Use only as directed. The purchaser When relative friend was in deep disgrace, and
no or would I
price refunded if you're not satisfied. try as he would, he could not geta time or other, yet it's the worst
wear his weird creations he hired
smile out of his wife. thing in the world for us. What is p i'/3 THINNER
men to them and "
put on stroll
it I Do know?
,
say. you
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Disraeli always sported a came home with a black eye
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TAG: EIGHT THE OLEWIST NEWS FIUDAI' 1\OVEMfER 21. 1942

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O. D. T. Warns I II their rationing board and be i against Is that old' boogabear, the nizing the increasing difficulties of I they wish to insure that their
I i granted an additional "S" ration to incorrect address. Even with the obtaining domestic help, conduct a ,friends will not be disappointed at
Truck Owners t! last until December 1, 1942. incorrect address'every effort is chur h-tfmc' nursery at the Com- Christmas. ;-d- .:
made to locate the soldier but often munity Center each Sunday morn-

i I Exercise Care In by the time he has been located thecookies ing, caring for young children so City Xmas LightingIs
of trucks i are in a sad state. their parents may attend church
Hundreds of thousands PerishablesTo "In the present program for con services. ,
and other commercial motor vehicles Sending servation it is urged that there be Clewiaton Out This Year
i churches have
in all parts of the country In : no waste of food. When any food joined in recently
December -I Men ServiceMothers the national Special War
'Will be without gasoline after I goes to waste it is not just an Individual -
Emergency Campaign and have The War Production
1, unless applications for I matter, but it is that Board today
I raised
a sizeable sum which will asked
Necessity for I city officials, civic clubs,
of War much less from the nation's
'Certificates sup-
friends
and girl are be used to additional
submitted to the provide ma- chambers of commerce, merchants ..
these vehicles are at urged to exercise care in sending: plysaid Captain McCormack, terial for chaplains in the armed and citizens generally to '
dispense
Office of Defense Transportation today. perishables to that man in the "and everyone is asked to cooperate. services, for aid to war prisoners I.I with outdoor decorative lightingthis \
warned
.ODT officials Certain foods be sent'without
once, may and for'
Ed service. return of missionaries from Christmas.
repeated warnings, of spoiling, but it is advisablethat
"Despite I
fear ,.
Manager, de- While there is no law that prohibits I countries where the war has :made WPB pointed out that Christmas
::Rowland, District I foods be mailed that will keep their
commercial motor I sending perishables within I continued work impossible. lighting requires the use of, critical
clared, "Many for at least a week, preferably
district the continental limits of the United j materials, electricity, and
this manpower
Vehicle operators In \longer. It will be wise to note this,
-still do not' realize, apparently, that I States, there are many coningencies with Christmas facing us." Christmas Mail- I and is not in line with general con-
must have Certificate!, :of WarNecessity I that may arise to make what would servation programs already under
tliey I eats today not so good this
be good
vehicles.
for will their it be impossible time next week-and it may be next Mechanical Loader Will (Continued from Page 1) I way.The attitude otVPB toward
"Not only week before he receives them, according Christmas lighting
for commercial The Army needs its own trucks and was announced
to purchase gasoline R. H. McCormack Be Tried R. E. Kurtz because of
after December 1 to Captain By private owners.are reluctant to:: let numerous inquiries that
motor vehicles '. assistant to the Adjutant have already been received from
Certificates,:but the someone else Use their tires.
without these General, Headquarters, Fourth ; city officials, chambers of commerce "'_..
Certificates also will be'needed to Service Command. Atlanta, Ga. I I R. E. Kurtz, largest independent I Railroads are cooperating byl and civic clubs asking what

,purchase tires and spare parts. 1 For this is war, and while your ;i sugar cane grower of the area, converting some .hundreds. of steel\ they should do this Christmas in
"The' valid period of "S" rations husband or boy friends may I has been in Louisiana for" several I I box cars and similar equipment for regard to outdoor decorative light-
'twill be extended to December., son weeks studying mechanical loading I mail transportation, and Joseph B.
today, he may
certain I
be at a camp !
1942. All "S" books which are be ordered to another tomorrow, or operations and is understood to I Eastman, director of defense trans ing.WPB is not asking that indoor
dated to expire November 21, 1942, have purchased one of these mechanical portation, has ordered that un-, Christmas lighting whether
in the
"S"l he may be on the range or temporarily -
:and in which there remain thee' 'away from the post,. and by cane loaders and to have necessary travel be curtailed to the I home or in'stores, be eliminated,
coupons, should be taken to 1 the time that cocoanut cake or fried it now ready for operation. I limit during the holiday season. but it believes that outdoor light
local board for a change of the chicken has caught up with himit With the worst labor shortage' But these measures cannot assure I ing, such as festooned store fronts "'

expiration date from November 21,1 will be in a most unappetizingstate. I ever known in the farming 'areas deliveries of gifts on time unless and decorated 'streets, must be dis- '
to December 1, 1942. [ the I the public cooperates by mailing
1942 I independent cane growers are pensed with in war time.t .
will have sufficient conjoins of early and thus spreading the transportation -
'" operators The Army postal officials do all now working under a handicap
last until "T" coupons become "-third load over a longer period '
to bit having only about on enough
December 1, 1942. in their power to deliver every than usual. Adolph, Benito and Hirohlto
effective not sufficient of mail to the soldiers, and they labor for harvesting. The mechan- -the three blind mice. Makethem'
Those whose rations November are 22 seldom fail-provided he is there. ical loading operation is expected In view of all these handicapsto : ; run with ten percent of

to last from-' apply to Another thing that they warn. i to relieve this labor shortage to a the service, postal patrons should your income in War Bonds
"until December 1 may \ partial extent. mail their gifts, by December 1 if I' every pay day.

-" -- Mr. Kurtz and his associates are .
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also making 'an effort to reduce .

the amount of labor needed in the
.We Can't Equal Their Sacrifices, but We Might Tryi lettuce fields this fall by planting

directly in the fields instead of in

seed beds. This will then be YOUR
; It's I
I ., thinned as cabbage and the plants. P i Y f. -

taken out planted in other fields. fight, too!

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More Negroes WantedIn ;;: r..yf r T\;. ; ;t? 7t: S )>",r3 ftv

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1 c.Y 'urrt% fC' ?:.' nrM yy.t3y:H i".tj?' Zr..o ..r rjvysS{? BUY U.S.
The Marine Corps I

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The United States Marine Corps
wants' more 'negroes for service in v

the Marine Corps Reserve, accord- from income

ing to an announcement from Ma- .
rine state headquarters. 4: {.r

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Negroes to be eligible for en- OFFICIAL
% U. S. NAVY
listment in the marines must be PHOTOGRAl'UBUY I
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between the of 17-30
I ages pre-
II ferably high school graduates and
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must be free from tubercular and Sea Battler ----' .. -::
Between
j venereal diseases.' In addition they ,;-''t......,"',3 _
must 'have no criminal record.


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J. Geary. The ladies of St. Mar-

.. garet's Altar Society serve break- ,
''. f .L1 fast in the manse after each 8:30 ..>_i

mass for the men from Riddle YOUR WAR, BONDS HERE \

t- Field who come in to mass.

It. i IF ALL THE J REST of US SACRIFICED EVERYTHING TO'BUX; MORE: BONDS I Rev. John N. Montgomery, min- SALES ALREADY THIS MONTH EXCEED
V.'C COULDN'T THE SCORE. ---
EVEN ?:: :: ister of the Community Church,

rX: r has been named as honorary chap- $1,000't
lain of Riddle Field. Two ''Sundays

:,'.7' during each flight training periodare ELIOfflli II
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k kn;> Tr1i Sundays ,and"the cadets attend yrd's I
services conducted by Rev. Montgomery -
at the Field at 8:30 on:

those mornings..
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