The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00958
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00958
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Qualified Should' Vote Tuesday -, r It's Your Duty





on Ration Board In Local HospitalFrederick


W. Perry has been appointed Robert Young, 47,

,::' 'HERE NEXT member of the local war price FIRST MEETINGThe passed away at the Clewiston Emerg- ELECTION TUESDAY
rationing board to succeed W. ency Hospital Friday, August 20, I

Martin, who recently resigned after an illness of several weeks. Mr. '

the board. first meeting of the fall Young came to Florida several years
the sea-
:- Driver's licenses for I Next Tuesday, August 31st a
will appointment has been con- of the Clewiston Garden Club ago from' New Jersey and had livedin ,
1943 son
ginning October 1, special election will be held in Hen-
sale at Clewiston Motor by officials_ of the Tampa was held Thursday afternoon in the Miami and in Pahokee. dry County to determine the methodof

Monday morning with Mrs. office, and goes into effect im- ,Community Center with Mrs. W. L. For more than a year he had resided electing county commissioners in

for Lott, newly elected president, in in Clewiston, and had been em-
fowling acting as deputy the five districts of the county. At
Judge R. M. Harris and in Perry, Dr. J. W. Ezelle and charge. ployed as bartender and house man the present time commissioners are
E. Miner now the board, by the Instructor's Club here.
.sales in Clewiston. Reports were given by the various elected by districts, one from each
a chairman will be chosen from Interment was made Monday, Au-
committees and general routine
Prices are $1 for the district, and he must live within the
I mit, 50 cents for junior and $ them at their first regular business was cleared. A new pro gust 23, at' Oak Ridge Cemetery, Ar- district he represents.The .
-= cadia, after a simple but Impressive
the chauffer at the gram' for the year was adopted proposed change would
,Clewiston an additional 10 in the local rationing of- "Landscape Gardening and Lands ceremony at the, chapel of the Van each candidate for commissioner require -
are urging all who expect to use Petten Mortuary. Flight Instructors
be added to all three Design. Mrs. reported that to live within the district he
oil to heat their homes this! Garcia, DeMarco, Feigel and
change $1.10 for the two new booklets are being orderedas represents, but instead of only that
cents for the junior and $ (this includes kerosene heat aids 'to club members.: They are Hall and Link Instructors Blount one district voting on the candidate
) to fill in application forms at and Read acted as pall bearers.Mr. ,
I the chauffer. The state "Guide to the growing of Annualsin he would be voted on by voter
trol is supported by The office has plenty of lower Florida" ,and "Gardening Young is survived by one sister in the entire ,county. every

rived from the sale of on hand for those who have Calendar," both by Dr. K. Dahl- Mrs. Walton Carron- of Ridge- The election is being held as the
the ones mailed them. berg. field Park, New JeI'sey'TAXPAYERS, -
censes. result of a special bill passed at the
R. E. Hamrick, Hendry Three new members were proposedat recent legislature which permitted

,state road patrolman, said he the business session.An '
the change, if the law is approved bya
continue to give drivers CONTINUED I interesting and instructive talk MUST majority of the voters in the

tions at the Hub Chevrolet on fall gardening and garden plant- county at a special election to be

pany for the Clewiston ing was made to the club by J. E. held before September 1st.

:torists required to stand TO OPEN SCHOOL Beardsley. Many club members expressed FILE ESTIMATESOF The Voters League of Clewiston

tion before ,being issued a their appreciation for the Community' sponsored the bill and

This is where Patrolman vast amount of practical help given this group with the cooperation of

:has been, giving SEPTEMBER 13TH them, in this talk by Mr. Beardsleyand INCOME TAXESJohn other civic groups have been activein

Clewiston for more' than,, a hoped that he would talk to. the urging its passage. A concerted

this section examinations are club again at an early' date. effort has been made by the League

.at the courthouse, in the M. T. Stroud will arrive The hostesses, Mrs. J. E. Beards- L. Fahs, Collector of Internal and by the Kiwanis Club to see that'

Drivers who have this Clewiston this week-end to make I ley, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. Charles Revenue for the District "of Florida all qualified residents have registered -

cense, men in the armed for the opening of Bolton served war-time refresh- has announced that approximately to vote in the speciaf election.
those presenting ments to Mrs. G. H. Brown Mrs. E. ,
here on September 13th and 200,000 Florida' taxpayers At the time of the last count of
k censes will not, be required W. Durst, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. will be required to file a "declara registration books (which is not

an examination. New for a house in which to I D. King, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs.C. tion of estimated, income and victory complete because the books are remaining -

those' who do not have a during the school term Prof. J., Nielsen, Mrs. N. V. Mumford:, tax" before September 15th, in orders -, open through today) there
must pass written and ',whose home is in Punta Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, to comply with the provisions of were 1629 registered voters in the

; before being issued a 1944 has. been principal of the Char I Mrs. Gene Powers, Mrs. 'G B. Rack- the Current Tax Payment Act of county. 790 of these1 are in districtone
likewise drivers who have straw, Mrs. J. K. Rogers, Mrs. L. I 1943. (Clewiston) and the others are
permits suspended or Harbor school during the past L. Spicer and Mrs. R. C. Wilson.
divided "follows 2.
I Who Must File A Declaration as : -240; 3-,
who apply for a new I I A declaration must be made by 337; 4-132; and 5-ISO/

the period of punishment is authorities have not 'y tl Rodeo Over Labor Day.1 I every citizen or resident of the Voting' will take place at the' Com-

Anew ruling this year able to complete the school' United ,States !if he comes within any I munity Center, and the hours are

chauffer'spermits 16, years, of' age or older I but are in' touch,, with sev: Week-End Will Be Held pf the following groups: from ,8 o'clock till sundown. Everyone1qualifled -
",.' providing teacher agencies and placement to ,vote .is urged to take

I- "This successfully ruling ::was pass'made the, so"'U1at/ : aus-and hop _,and_)believe that At- 'Okeechobee City ingvith : ]partiin'......... ?--< .. ,this' ';;;.'_important- .".' .'- ',..-.,election-.' ......!...*-'-" .
might existing vacancies will be filled F scribed for:{the making the;decla .
er boys ;, take jobs
the opening date. The vacancies : Magazines Wanted':For:
trucks or other vehicles on .
in the 6th grade and in Eng- Following on the heels of a suc-I fam-ily I

jobs. and commercial subjects in cessful showing of the Florida ably expects to for Cadet Club's Use

school. cowboy Rodeo at Arcadia July 4 (a) gross income of- more than 1] .
Southern Farm and '5, Billy Keen and Oscar Clem-
is with
3)W. a nation-wide shortage $2,700 from wages subject to '
teachers, and few indeed are the ons have announced plans for a holding; or i 1-. Clewiston residents are called
Market Labor Day Rodeo with horse racingat 'I to render ''service that will
I at the present time are (b) gross income of $500, or more
of opening with a complete Okeechobee, three days- Sep-- I from all sources if more than $10P' I cost them_ little_ time and no money

for slight declines However, the period of shift- tember 4, 5 and 6. of such income is from sources other: at 'all. It's merely a matter of being -

Except from one position to another, The Okeechobee airport is to be than wages subject to withholding. i" thoughtful enough to do the
and cotton of
prices occurs even after teachers the scene of the meet which will be (2) Married and living with right thing''' at the right time.
well 'farm products signed contracts and agreed to held at 3 p. m. daily, according to spouse at 'the date prescribed for the What's' wanted this time is magazines -
fairly during the third is the 'management. Clemons, who is for the Cadet Club. The cadets -
to the I over now, and it is likely making _of the declaration, if he had
August, according
"all Florida champion calf from Riddle Field have
Administration. Tobacco teachers will be found available roper, for 1942 or reasonably experts to
fill the vacancies. will serve as arena director and have for 1943- time to read magazines during their;
increased Carolina
in South
will furnish the ,livestock for the free evenings and week-ends in town
," mg'total Type 13 sales has been no consideration (a) ,gross income from wages sub-
show. other time. Naturally thpyaren't
- .,:' gust 19 'to over 46' million n to any plan for postponing the ject to withholding which when any
Keen who has in Madi- interested in last year's Ladies
y' appeared
'an of $$41.22 of school, or to any other added to his spouse's gross income
average son Square Garden five years and Home Journal even though it does
Cotton picking and ginning despite the many rumors which from such wages, exceeds $3,500; or
l" \ week feature New have a serial in
i been was a, ten at the income corking good story
' progress in southern areas heard offering solutions to (b) gross from sources
< York Fair, will produce the show. ; it.
j school problem. other than wages subject to withholding -:
,::1--1 ers are not selling freely.
I ....
Sponsors of the show are the added his They want timely magazines, -
October closed I I which, when to '
_-i; : "" :' on August Okeechobee Civic Club, headed by income such I good fiction, good articles, and none
,:, ,;': 19.81c. The record peanut' 1 Panel Members I spouse's gross from I
. '/. ....' about ready to begin moving I Mayor Raulerson and Zibe Wil- sources, exceeds $100, and also his no later than the Issue you've just
I liams. 'Ruth Keen is official rodeo
southeast. Meet Twice gross income from all sources exceed I completed. The space in the roomis
Monthly Continued S limited and there is no to file
"', <- The week's fruit and ( on Page ) $624 for 1943 or the aggregate gross, way
;; I S movement was mostly to income from all sources of both away valuable magazines for future
; nearby markets. Sweet I Florida FarmersIn spouses amounts to $1,200 or more I reference. What the boys want and
price panel of the war price ,
need is plenty of magazines occupy -
ments 'increased slightly, for either 1942 or 1943. 'I I ,
'' rationing board holds biweekly Need'of their reading time while they
-, are moving in limited v at ,the office of the ration Help ((3)) Individuals, regardless of I there.
are ,
ginia shipped small .amounts at 1:30 on the first and third '-' Marital Status, who were requiredto !
Time, Life, Newsweek, Redbook,
' : "bagas by truck. Prices at file an Income Tax return for
f I in each month. The I
: price TAl\IPA.---.The producing of the Colliers, Reader's Digest, there are
generally advanced. 1942 and whose wages subject to
is composed of Father
, Timothy Florida winter crop for 1943'nd scores of' magazines which just
Although cattle receipts Rev. H. C., Meador and Mis. 1944 is certainly a challenge to the withholding' for 1943 are reasonably answer their need. There are plentyof
, : Southern Region consisted M. Prewitt. expected' to be less than such wages
Commissioner of Agriculture Nathan Clewiston
, 1 homes in where these
r' grass fed kinds, movement I I for 1942.
" The price panel members invite mayo. magazines are read quickly and as
,,\ f yet reached normal levels. The foregoing rules apply also to
: -: ,' -values have tended public to attend any of their The realization that both the residents of Canada and Mexico quickly cast ,aside As soon as you
and particularly to sub- travel workon reading magazines,
, J -producers apparently are Army and industry and whose wages are subject to with- complete these
: :to them any complaint concern- their stomach, is causing Mr non-resident aliens won't you pass it on to the Cadet
1 ing offerings In the hope holding. Other
returns. Medium grade the' price of any article which is Mayo considerable alarm, due to the are not required to file declarations.Mr. Club? Let the boys enjoy them
v by the rationing labor to and while they are still new and fresh.
l' at southeastern markets program. scarcity of help plant Fahs states that his office is ,
I are also invited to attend' harvest the necessary products the
$11.25-13.25. Hogs now in the process of mailing ,these
i to bring in any problem con- Florida farmer can and will pro
ward as receipts decreased I declarations to all persons who filed School Musicians
..... the application of rationing duce.
Arrivals, at Georgia, returns last year, whether or not
Alabama markets included to their business. Praise the farmer all ,you want, they are required to file. ACCOmpanying Entertain KiwanisA

proportion of local hogs Board members are pleased that but unless he has the right kind of the declaration is a short\

early corn fields, but this has been an almost 100 percent machinery to plant and harvest the, form instruction sheet on which group of young school musi-

was small. Tops were: in by merchants of Clewiston, of crops, and sufficient and safely detailed instructions are provided, cians- Harriet Alston, Gilbert Mo-
eastern are-a '$14.50, i ceiling prices. Only two re- trained manpower furnished to;car- together with form for computingthe Leod and Jack Davis entertained

'$14.90, Richmond 1420. unfiled and these have promised ry on the work, much waste will taxable income and a table for Kiwanians at their regular meeting

remained steady to weak on have their price lists ready before occur. estimating the amount of tax liabil- Wednesday night. They played sev-

t 'ally lighter receipts. The next meeting. Commissioner Mayo has done (Continued on Page 8) eral selections which were well.. received -

ed States lamb crop of 31 much to make the life of the farmerin by their audience.

head this year ;is, the Downey' To Preach Florida easier and safer. For RECENTLY, ELECTED OFFICERS President W. C. Owen urged Ki
'1939.) years he has introduced' new safe wanians to take part in the coming

Egg, receipts: continued Sunday MorningDoctor ways to carry on the work: on the 'Officers recently elected by the county-wide election and to see that
the better grades farm so that the hours will be reduced Florida Institute of Accountants at every member of their families and

I ";: :Prices held firm on current and the volume of products their annual convention are: Charles j all neighbors who were qualified to

1 and strengthened further 'E. P. Downey, of Fort increased. I, H. Lindfors, Ft. Lauderdale, President -| vote also took part. Mr. Owen said i
J' ed eggs. WFA announced who has proven such a While the farmer, is faced on all ; O. J. Oosterhoudt, Jacksonville, he was not attempting ,to tell Ki ;
tion of the southern ,egg and popular minister dur- sides by the lack of machinery, tools First Vice President; Lee Sheppard, wanians how to vote, but he did i

program Into 1944 to his recent visits to Clewistou, and labor, he will meet the demandsand St.. Petersburg, Second Vice President urge, every one to consider It his
quate markets and price preach at the ,services Sunday furnish more products than ever ; Rex Meighen, Tampa, Third civic' duty to cast his ballot in the ;

.1} southern producers. Live at the Community Church. -by. working longer and longer Vice President; John E. Loucks, Or- election. '

'1 supplies.. especially fryers, I All are cordially invited to hear hours for Victory; concluded Com- lando, Treasurer and Roy L. Purvis; :_ The remainder of the meetingwas

:' ": (Continued on Page ,I, missioner Mayo. Gainesville Secretary. : occupied{. with routine 'business.Eveyone .


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Little Chap Won His Bet .
Self Is Something You See Here -.
With Both Thumbs Down
Are Creating Day by Day

A self is not something you are J Private Hargrove! Green, who was the local ath-
endowed with at birth. It is some- : letic champion, had been holding
forth at great length. None of the
thing are continually
you Marion Hargrove"6ER.VI ..
you live your day-by-day life. 1-y C E. club regulars could do anything
"Ye must be born anew" is as about it. But presently one of the
in modern psychology as in TilE STORY SO FAR: EdwardThomas a size nine,:; These shoes are to walkin we loaded the cans into the truck. visitors looked up.
true Every resentment Marlon Lawton Hargrove, feature editor not to make you look like Cin Away we went to headquarers com "I'll bet," he said cheerfully
traditional theology. of the Charlotte (N. C.) 'News, has derella. You say size nine; your pany-and painted more garbagecans. "$10 that I can wheel something
that you encourage, every started his story of a private's life In "
foot ten and half. It in wheelbarrow
says a was definitely suppertime a from one street
despondency, every doughboys -
grudge, every the by giving prospective
smug conceit-and on the other ; army some solid-advice on what courseto I We filed down a long counter, by now. lamp to the next, and you can'twheel I
nand every self-mastery, every pursue the days and nights before I picking up our allotted khaki and "Now can we go home, Private it back!" I I
nigh fortitude, every facing of induction. lie advises them to "paintthe denims, barrack bags and raincoats, Dooley, sir?" asked Lisk. I lookedat Green looked him over-not a
naked truth-makes either for town red." On getting into the rmy mess kits and tent halves.- Then we Lisk every time the blindnessleft very hefty sort of fellow. What-
creaking down the self or for he tells them "to keep your mind open"as were led into a large room, wherewe me, and I could see the boy ever the stranger could do he could
the "first three weeks are the hard laid aside the vestments of civil was tired. better.
ouilding it up. est. Like a Job in civil life, says Har "
life and "Taken
donned garments. he said.A
our new The .
private "Git
selfcommandthehabit sighed
For mental grove, it's the first impression that wearily.
of constructive thought-: counts. He has received his own induction While I stood there, wonderingwhat in the truck," he said. Away we wheelbarrow was borrowed.The .
direction-is more important for a notice'and with a number of other I was supposed to do next, went back to our street. We stoppedin stranger rubbed his hands,
wholesome life than physical: soon-to-be-soldiers has completed the an attendant caught me from the front of our barracks and Pri- picked up the handles. "Get in,
soundness.Winfred Rhoades. first day at camp. He is stationed at rear and strapped to my shoulders vate Dooley dismounted. "The old man," he said.;

Fort Bragg, N. Carolina. what felt like the Old Man of the truck driver," he said, "would ap- ---- -

Mountain after forty days. preciate it if you boys would go and

FOR QUICK RELIEF CHAPTER II "Straighten up, soldier," the at- help him wash the truck." KEEP In look.place.Add Tame lustre.that unruly Keep

i tendant said, "and git off the floor. We sat in the back of the truck YOUR hair well groomed-with

D e J!..) A soldier stuck his head through That's nothing but a full field pack, and watched the mess hall fade HAIR bottle Morollne i 25c.Hair Sold Tonic. Large-
such will tote miles everywhere.what
the door of our new dormitory and you many away behind us. Two, three, four
A Soothing S A LV E before you leave this man's army.
ANTISEPTIC gave a sharp whistle. "Nineo'clockI" miles we left it. behind us. We had .
Used by thousands with satisfactory re he yelled. "Lights out and Now I want you to walk over to to wait ten minutes before we could differencea
suIts for 40 years-six: valuable ingredients. no more noise! Go to sleep!" that ramp and over it. That's just to get the wash-pit. It, took us fifteen a
Get Carboil at drugstores or write see if your shoes are comfortable.
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.The "It has been, withal, a very busy "With these Oregon boots and this minutes to wash the truck. By the few cents worth
we got back to the hall
I said to Piel who was bur- mess ,
day, "
burden of I told him firm-
ied with his hay fever in the next misery, we were too tired to eat. But we of
ly, "I couldn't even walk over to ate.
m bunk. the thing. As for climbing over it,
he said. -Salt -
"It sure withal has,
not even an alpenstock, a burro
"What a day! What a place! What a train, and two St. Bernard dogs was through no fault of mine
\\ life! :With my eyes wide open I'm that I kitchen makes
complete with brandy could get me was a policeman on
dreaming! sixth The whole barracksgot
over it. my day.
( l\J "It's" been a little hellish out today There was something in his quiet, the grind. And it was duty, not
I agreed, "although it could
/ We steady answering glance that ,reassured punishment. _
have been actually sawa
worse. It all this KP
me. I went over the rampin was very simple,
a .yOo corporal and he didn't cuss us. short order. On the double, I business. All you have to do is to
We have eaten food twice
Army ,
/ think the Army calls it. get up an hour earlier, serve' the
t and, except for the haphazard way food, and keep the mess hall clean.
: iJ the pineapple was thrown towardthe From there we went to the thea- .
f peas, it wasn't horrifying." ter, where we were given intelli- After we served breakfast, I founda
and gence tests, and to. the classification very easy job in the dining hall,
"I am broken bleeding, office, where we were ,inter- where life is much pinker than it is
moaned Piel. "Classification tests, viewed by patient and considerate in the kitchen. A quartet was
typing tests, medical examinations. corporals. formed and we were singing "Homeon

"And what did you do in civil the Range." A corporal passedby
life?" my corporal asked me. just as I hit a sour note. He put

"I was feature editor'of the Char- the broom into my left hand, the

lotte News." mop into my right .

There was a citizen-soldier from ,....- :;::.
NAPKIN SWIPE METHOD is 0 0 "And just what sort of work did ,,... ....11::
the original faux pas gesture of the 4 you do, Private Hargrove? Just give Kannapolis to help me clean the ,. ,
diner's way of disposing of a fly. A me a brief idea." cooks' barracks. For a time it was ;
fly, perched on the edge of a soup Seven minutes later, I had fin- awful. We tried to con'centrate on ; : i"t:
plate, becomes the target of a ished answering that question. the floor while a 'news broadcaster ; :

swiping napkin attack. Result: you 0 "Let's just put down here, 'Edi- almost tore up the radio trying to ,It costs only about 15c and takes only a
destroy the fly, the dress of your torial worker.' He sighed decide whether we were to be in few minutes to inoculate an acre of
hostess and your own dignity. A the vetch, winter clover, other
sionately. "And what did you do Army ten years or twenty. peas
way is toTANGLEF00T with NITRAGIN it frequently
before all that?" We finished the job in an extremely legumes ; yet -
doubles profits.You get bigger
C'4td ui/ mil I told him. I brought.in, the pub- short time to impress the cor- yields, richer feed. Get NITRAGINfrom

licity work, the soda-jerking, the poral. This, we found later, is a your seed supplier.Write today
theater ushering, and the printer's serious tactical blunder and a discredit for free,legume booklets.,
deviling. to the ethics of goldbricking. -
"Private Hargrove, he said, "the The sooner you finish a job the
r rr army is just what you have neededto sooner you start in on the next.
Ji !is the old reliable that never fails. I A
the burdens of exist- "JO CHECK .
ease your The corporal liked our work, un- It
economical and not-
Look farther Private Har- :
ence. no ,
fctunately. Kannapolis was allowedto
rationed. For sale at drug and
grocery ..stores.CATCHES grove, you have found a home.fa .. sort garbage and I was promotedto !
the pot-and-pan polishing section. ,
The old his face beam- .
THE GERM t sergeant, -
4 I Themos Kokenes' assistant. take 666
A$WELL Ai THE FLY ing sweetlypurred, "You are now This was a. lovely morning. We was ,
He washed and I dried. Later
began at daybreak and devoted all we
members of the Army of the United
States. Now, damn it, shut up." the time until noon to enjoying the formed a goldbricking entente. We Liquid for Malarial Symptoms.
beauties of nature. We had a drill both washed and made Conrad Wilson -

THE TANGLEFOOT CO. sj I think I walked eighteen miles sergeant to point them out to us. dry. to e Soothe and cool away heat
Grand Rapids Mich. c tlohds war through those medical examina- We marched a full twenty miles Pollyanna the glad girl would have p SPi_ rash,and help prevent it.
tions. It's a good thing this is July.I without leaving the drill field. found something silver-lined about 1.1 THE Sprinkle with Mexsana,

would have frozen in_ my treks Lunch, needless to say, was deli- the hot sink. So did I.. "At least," n E R A.1 formerly Mexican Mexsana.Heat.
IRRITATIONS OF with all that walking and exposure. cious. I told Kokenes, "this will give me ,Powder.

S KI N EXTERNAL CAUSE Nothing I had on, except a thin We fell into bed, after lunch, determined back a chance. to recover. from that
little iodine number pn my chest." to spend the afternoon in mop." .

ugly acne pimples broken-out, bumps skin.(blackheads:Millions relieve), and So we quietly went to sleep. dreamland. Two minutes later, that We left the Reception Center mess ,

miseries with simple home treatment. ,This morning we took the Oath. infernal whistle blew. Melvin Piel, hall a better place to eat in, at a

healing Goes to,work works at the once.antiseptic Direct action way. aids Uso One, of the boys was telling me later I guardhouse lawyer for Company A, I Ia

.Black and White Ointment only as directed. that when his brother was inducted explained it all on the way down- =
.IDe,25c.50c sizes.25 success. w"When
years stairs. We were going to be as-
in Alabama there tough old
Money-back guarantee. S3" Vital in was a
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous sergeant who was having an awful signed to our permanent stations.
!'Black and White :Skin : daily.
time keeping the men quiet. "Gen- I fell in and a corporal led us off

tlemen," he would beseech them, down the street. I could feel the

"Quiet, please!" They were quiet California palm trees fanning my ,
during the administration of the face. We stopped at Barracks 17

Oath, after which they burst forth and the corporal led us inside.

again. "Do we go to California; cor-
The old sergeant, his face beam- poral?" I asked. ::l

ing sweetly, purred: "You are now "Naah," he said. I
7N members of the Army of,the United "Where do we 'go?" I asked him,

; *v States. Now, damn it, SHUT UP." a little disappointed. p

I "To the garbage rack," he said. :

,I.. This morning-our first morning "Double quick." He thumbed John-
rFfA in the- Recruit Reception Center- ny Lisk and me to the back of the F'I

began when we finished breakfastand barracks.At .
started cleaning up our squad- the garbage rack we found

room. A gray-haired, fatherly old three extremely fragrant garbagecans.
private, who swore that he had been Outside, we found more. Lisk you finish cleaning those I
demoted from master sergeant four and I, citizen-soldiers, stared at cans, I want to be able to see my

times, lined us up in front of the them. The overcheerful private to face in them."

.! f I barracks and took us to the dis whom we were assigned told us,
: any rate. But KP is like a woman'sworknever
pensary.If "When you finish cleaning those, I. done. Conrad
the line in front of the mess hall want to be able to see my face in really
marked caldron and at
Wilson one
dwindled as rapidly as the one at them! J
the end of the day we found that we
the dispensary, life would have love- "There's no accounting for
A DAD A washed it times.
DAYKEEPSPOnwnv had twenty-two
liness to sell above its private consumption tastes, Lisk whispered. Nevertheless real
cleaned them and Jack Mulligan helped me up the Soldiers are getting a taste
stock. First you're fifteen we ,polished in the raw" on the in-
feet from the door, then (whiff) them and left them spick and span. last ten steps to the squadroom. I eect-riddcn battlefronts. But
;you're inside. Then you're stand- "Now take 'em outside and paintem finally got to the side of my bunk. thanks to FLIT and our other insecticides -

New cream positively stops ing between two orderlies and the ," said the private. "White. Git "Gentlemen," I said to the group the J pests are Retting ".
underarm I- show is on. the black paint and paint 'HQCO- which gathered around to scoop me theirs tool Right in the neck!
Perspiration Odor The one on my left scratched my RRC' on both sides of all of them!" off the floor, "I don't ever want to The Army has found that these ,

1. Not stiff, notmessy, -Yodora spreads just arm and applied the smallpox virus. "This is summer," I suggested. see another kitchen!" "heathen"pestalustas'famous insect-killers blast they knock many

like vanishing cream I Dab it on-odor cone I The only thing that kept me from "Wouldn't something pastel look The next morning we were clas- off many civilized insects at home.
2. Actually soothing-Yodora. can be used keeling over was the hypodermic better?" sified and assigned to'the Field Artillery FLIT is Grade AA. It far exceeds
right after shaving. needle loaded with typhoid germs, The sun was affecting the private."I Replacement Center. Gene minimum requirements of Com

3. 'Won't rot delicate fabrics. which propped up my right arm., think you're right," he said. So Shumate and I were classified as mercial Standards C S 72-38 as .:
4.Keeps soft Yodora does not dry in jar.No From the dispensary we went to we painted them cream and lettered cooks. I am a semi-skilled cook, issued by the National Bureau of j i
waste;goes far. a huge warehouse of a building by them in brilliant orange. they say, although the only egg I Standards.

Yet Lot climate tests-made by nurses- the railroad tracks. The place All afternoon, in a blistering sun, ever' tried to fry was later used as Whydon with you FLIT fifjht? f 1
prove this daintier deodorant keeps under- looked like Goldenberg's Basementon we painted garbage cans. The other a tire patch. The other cooks in- your-Buy pests a bottle !
arms immaculately sweet-under the most a busy day. A score of fitters Charlotte boys waved to us as they clude postal clerks, tractor sales- today!
severe conditions. Try Yodora 1 In tubes or measured necks, waists, inseams, passed on their way to the ball men, railroad engineers, riveters,
iars-lOtf. S0: #, 60C1.. :McKesson & Bobbins heads, and feet. park. Happy voices floated to us bricklayers, and one blacksmith.But .

Inc.,Bridgeport, Connecticut. My shoe size, the clerk yelled from the post exchange.The we'll learn. Already I've FLIT ]

down the line, was ten and a half. straw-boss private woke up, learned to make beds, sweep, mop,

"I beg your pardon," I prompted, yawned and went away, telling us wash windows and sew a fine seam. ,
YODORADEODORANT "I wear a size nine." what would happen if we did like- When Congress lets me go home, will : '

"Forgive me," he said, a trifle wise. He returned soon in a truck. I make some woman a good wife 'H :

CREAM weary, "the expression is 'I wore He motioned peremptorily to us and (TO BE CONTINUED)



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n 1> I Let the dead past bury its dead! 1. In what country did Achilles 9. What is meant by a carte
Released by Western Newspaper Union,, / Act-act in the living Present! fight in the Trojan war? ship?
' Heart within and God o'erhead.LONGFELLOW.. r'
2. In the
what is a four-
Released by Western Newspaper Union. .
PLEURISY THE Tam O'Shanter golf show of Faith has to do with things 3. What is the Land of the Mid- 1. Greece.
mid-July served as a reminderthat that are not seen, and hope with night Sun? 2' A captain. '
;; Some years ago I wrote about an the game, despite its moribund things that are not in hand.- 4. What army branch has a 3. Norway. .
epidemic of pleurodynia in England. Thomas,Aquinas.No 4. The engineers.. '
condition, is still being played in castle for its emblem?
inflammation with 5. Red. '
Pleurodynia is an sections of the man who is in the' wrong -
is said
country. 5. When a face to be
chest. 6. Six feet.
pain in muscles of the
stand against the feller
can up florid what color is it?
is sometimes called Tournament golf has been who is who 7. South Africa.
f false pleurisypainin forgotten. No major sport has been acomin'Capt.right-and Bill McDonaldof keeps on 6. How long is a fathom? 8. Davit.
lower part of hit quite so hard-both from a In what do the Hot-
7. country
the Texas Rangers.No 9. A vessel commissioned iD. .
standpoint of tournament play and
chest and upper partof tentots live? time of to
war exchange
membership participation.The man was ever great with- prisonera
\ abdomen, painon
out divine inspiration.-Cicero. 8. A crane that lowers a life of hostile powers, or to carry
breathing United States Golf associa- boat is called what? proposals from one to the other.HERE'S .
with any movementof tion was one of the first sports or-
chest muscles. At ganizations to chuck the whole thing

that time it was con- right after Pearl Harbor.' The gov-

sidered an infectious erning powers decided to put their Colorful Stitched Wall
t 4 disease, but as championships in moth balls for the I Hanging I h o H !

symptoms were duration.No .
light, lasted but a one knoWs whether the USGA
Dr. Barton short time and no could have made an important con- ?569 Pattern 7569 contains a transfer patternof
a picture 15 by 19 inches; stitches; .
bad effects followed, tribution to the game. But the or- color. chart; list of materials needed. MY
nothing more was heard about it. [
Due to an unusually large demand and AK
It is interesting to learn that an a })))1111Ggrf / current war conditions slightly more timeis
epidemic of pleurodynia is reportedin required in filling orders for a few of
Brooklyn, N. Y. Cases of this the ,most popular pattern' numbers. 4
disease began to appear in the Red Send your order'to: %.

Hook section of Brooklyn in July, z s'Y

1942. To date at the Long Island Sewing Circle Needlecraft I Dept. HAPPY RELIEF
College hospital, 166 cases were observed u ,: 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80 Ill. s
a+ If you suffer from backache
of which 40 were admittedto 1i5 Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to resulting:from fatigue or exposure -
hospital. Apparently there were cover cost of mailing) for Pattern ... if sore muscles or a stilt neck have

more nose and throat symptoms in I No............... got need.you It laid is a up.medicinal..SORETONE, analgesic is what solution you

these Brooklyn cases than those reported I Name.00..............;........;;..... developed Kesson & Robbins in the famous in laboratories of Mc-
in and' Bridgeport Conn.
'England, Norway
some parts of the United States. ; ] Address.......,...........!........!.. right SORETONE where relief acts fast is needed-speeds-gives soothing the relief superficial -

"The prominent symptoms in blood flow to the affected area. Also
helps to prevent infection. Not an animal
adults were fever, severe pain in preparation-made'for human beings. Won-
upper right side of abdomen or lower Our AngerIf derful, also, for sore, tired feet, and for relieving -
itch of Athlete's Foot. MONEY
part of the chest, or both, suf- 'I BACK IF NOT SATISFIED.

i ficient to make breathing painful _____..mm. _.___.__m_ n____...m.M--.._ )'
f and difficult. The abdominal symp- OYg' anger proceeds from a great
toms were frequently so severe that GEORGE S. MAY 1 ; r cause, it turns to fury; if from a I I

; surgeons were called into consult ganization could have made an at-. small cause, it is peevishness; andso mmm
: tion. The recoveries were prompt, tempt. The committee chairmen refused is always either terrible or ri-

often within 24 to 48 hours) though to' do this. i ''ll''I,' I dllll llllgilllll diculous.-Jeremy Taylor.
further attacks of and fever
pain The Tam O'Shanter
was privately
E often occurred." In number of y/W\1
a promoted. George S. May, a Chi- m \
\, these adult cases, headache, dizzi- I I Iply :
cago business man, put up all the .
6 ness, lack of interest and fear of : money for prizes-and it was 'no in- 'y ilUpl JUST Sit HOW

[t light occurred. considerable sum. Admissions were ;

!,. In children, in addition to fever paid through the purchase of war "
; and pain in upper abdomen and stamps. The show cost GeorgeMaya ----- YOU !

I lower chest, there was sometimes substantial chunk of money. BRING color to your home with !1A IPS
f difficult sunflower wall hanging.
very breathing, vomiting Long after the USGA had taken a
but diarrhea inflammation Suitable for it is effective -
[ no severe any room,
powder did in
May a big job keeping -
of the 'throat and quick and and quick to do in six-
tournament golf alive. The national -
complete recovery. In most of the organization lost prestige with strand cotton, rayon, or wool. Em- WIIITtRSM.lrH"S
infants violent convulsions occurred. broider and line it; it need not be
professionals and amateurs alike
Fortunately for physicians, parentsand when: it cancelled its championships' framed.

child, the convulsions quickly at a time when most major sports .ToniCDt /

disappeared. were doing their best to contribute s .. .
I am passing this information' whatever possible to the nation's Army of Photographers TRUSTED FOR 7YEARS' ,

long, as the symptoms are so severe morale.
that the patient suffers as muchas There are 24,000 officers and
The USGA will have a mammoth
if he had heart disease, pleurisy, post-war reconstruction job on its men in the army and 2,800 in the
gall-stone colic or a surgical con- hands. navy assigned exclusively to pho-
dition of the abdomen. That these tographic duty. They not only HORSES
symptoms disappear so quickly and The War and RacingCol. take still and motion pictures on
leave no after effect is much for reconnaissance and observation
Matt Winn took the farsighted
which, to be thankful. trips, but also film bombings and
view when he insisted that horse ( Spots Paints Palaminos Blues etc.
However battles. ,
when these or similar racing can do a whole lot more for
symptoms appear, the family physi- the: war program than it has to date. Unbroke from yearlings up to 5 years old.
cian should, first be called, as an Racing supplied approximately 3 When armored knights met, it

examination will show whether they million dollars in'1942. ,It is ColonelVine's was customary for each knight to HUNDREDS of fillies from yearlings to 5 years old.
'are due to pleurodynia or something raise the visor of his helmet as a
{ contention that the amount
Mareswith colts at side.
more serious. of identification. This
means ges-
should be doubled in 43.
ture has come down through all
Racing is enjoying_ the biggest armies in the form of the salute. \
How to Avoid Saddle Horses Work Horses and etc.
Doom.in history. Crowds, with.pock Traditional, too, is the Army man's ,
t' ets-and purses-bulging, are spend- preference for Camel cigarettes.With .
Food Poisoning eWe horses ordered dealers all the south
mg unprecedented amounts of mon" men in the, Army, Navy, Ma- ship as to over
ey. The conservative element of rines, and Coast Guard, actual and east. You can order a load of any kind with the :
1' In: these days when the need and the turf, world is quite concerned sales records in their service assurance you will he pleased.
value of food is so much on our about the matter. Quite a few in- stores show that Camel is the

minds it is possible that in our ef- dividuals fear a reformer reaction. favorite. It's one of the favorite Horses at Bargain Prices-Write the

.y forts to get certain foods' we may And their fears may be justified: gifts with service men. And though

'!1 P not the foods watch as closely as we' should. Before young Alfred Vanderbilt, there are Post' Office restrictionson BILLINGS LIVESTOCK COM. CO., Billings, Mont.

offered for .sale. former president of Belmont ,and packages to overseas Army Bonded to the U.S.Stock/ards. and Packer Act.
, The danger. signals of food spoil- Pimlico, was' given 'the nod by Uncle men; you can still send Camels to
;'' age are: 1. Cans-with bulging sides. i Sam, he came up with a revolu- soldiers in the U. S., and to men Total Livestock Sales in 1942 6656458.22

: + 2. Glass,containers showing seepage tionary suggestion. It was'his sug- in the Navy, Marines, and Coast Largest Independent Auction Market in, the World,
over; the tops, 3.Food discoloration. gestion that racing give everything Guard wherever they are.-Adv. ,

Because of canned goods shortage above operating expenses and a'
there has been considerable storingof small percentage', to some r war fund. i

canned goods, some of which may The' plan: to put it mildly, was .
be kept for longer periods than in looked. upon; with utter dislike. WOMAN by / 1: j 1

former years. It is then doubly Colonel Winn has a suggestionthat
;:r'' necessary to make, sure that the shouldn't be frowned upon by ., CAMELS SUIT .

can'has not become damaged, allowing the most avaricious. The present ; IN THE WAR A1ETOA *

entry of disease-producing or- racing policy calls for a war-day

ganisms. program at each track. On this IRENE DAILEY, machinist I ALWAYS ENJOY

Suspected foods should never be particular day all the profits are \ at-the Anna Corp., helps
tasted .to discover spoilage, since, channeled into the war kitty. Colo- make instruments for THEIR FULl FLAVOR :;.4

even small amounts of some foods nel Winn believes this should be gunfire controL AND THEY'RE ,k "' t
infested with organisms can cause doubled and that each track give
illness or 'death.Because two days' proceeds.A SO EASY ON MY

of the shortage of cans large segment of the population THROAT
and canned foods, there will be more continues to"'regard horse racing as

home-food canners and home can- a somewhat dubious enterprise, con-
ners are reminded that canned foods nected rather vaguely with pool
must be thoroughly sterilized to halls, checkered vests and broken r dAr

safeguard against botulism, a highly families. The industry should set
fatal type of food poisoning which I an example without waiting for pres-
affects the brain. Formerly it 'was sure from the outside. Other sports TH5ONE

thought that botulism was caused have done considerably more than
entirely by raw or insufficiently racing in proportion to total re .WHERE CIGARETTES ARE JUDGED

cooked sausage, but lately most ceipts.
The "T ZONE"Taste and Throat-is
that -
cases have occurred involved
SPORTS SHORTS the proving ground for cigarettes. Only ''> i % .
vegetables but
; meat and fish your taste and throat can decide which cigarette
were also at times found to be the C. Johnny Cooney played in the ma- tastes,best to you..and how it affects
cause. jor leagues 18 years before hitting your throat. Based on the experience of millions .1% '{?% a' '

! ., ,'. Fatal poisoning from commer- his first home run. of smokers we believe Camels -will suit your, %: s, ';.lh, Y ; : T,;
: cially canned goods, however, ,is actually C The youngest player in the American -/ I "'.ZONE' to a "'." Prove it for yourself ?; awh
rare. association is Joe Garagiola,' a
: '. A further warning is given against 17, Columbus catcher. -

.. buying illegally prepared or distrib- (f. Not long ago Dizzy Dean, who f ir y

, uted meats,a a disregard of the picked the Yankees and Cardinalsfor (AM E. v
j usual sanitary measures goes hand the 1942 World Series, predictedthat t-T.lsiu MsCa Ef
in hand with the sale of such prod- the Cardinals and Browns
' ucts. would meet this year.

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I I sonville, Ocala and DeLand, and I Shoe Stamp No. 18-Valid until cept pianos
The Clewiston News State Patrolmen List at Fort Oct. 31. ), beauty and barber shop _
others are beingset up furniture, store and office furniture,
Name of Some 2,500 Lauderdale, ,Fort Myers and A-6 Gas Coupons Good until and several others.
The state system also will Nov. 21.
Published every Friday In ClewJston, Traffic Violators at Bartow'l Price formulas have been workedout
NEWS, nected with police
Florida by the CLEWISTON for "as is" articles, and for
Tnc. St. Petersburg, Tampa, ,. Book No. 3 Coming Up
those items
The State Highway Patrol has and Miami. Ration Book No. 3 will be used ditioned when rebuilt, recon- I ,

KEATHLEY BOWDE.V, Editor compiled a list of some 2,500 name The system already has proved' its I for the first time Sept. 12,- when or renovated
of traffic violators, showing the 'effectiveness. Recently, near Lake Brown Stamp A becomes valid after -

class mall matter charge against the person involved, City, patrol officers cooperated with Red Stamps X, Y, and Z in Book 2 Miss
Entered as second Betty Larey of Delray Beachis
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in court in which he was convicted, county enforcement agencies: in capturing are used up. Brown Stamp B becomes visiting in
CleTviston, Florida, under the Act of, date his license was revoked or su- two 'men wanted for murderin valid Sept. 19 and Brown as the guest r
:March 3, 1897.Subscription of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers.
spended, and his driver's license Louisville, Ky. Elsewhere, the Stamp C a week later. All of these
number, according to J. J. Gilliam, radio has been used for quick dis- stamps-Red X, Y and Z, and
Miss Hazel
Hate z.oo Per Year. director of the department of pub- tribution of information about stolen Brown A and B expires Oct. 2. her home Sharpe left Thursdayfor
Bushnell after .visit-
.&erlining Rate On Application. lic safety, Tallahassee. This list has cars, or about persons fleeing from Meanwhile, Blue Stamps R, S and ing her brother
H. Sharpe, and
been furnished to law' enforcement arrest for crimes. T will be good through Sept. 20.
Mrs. Sharpe. Mr.
and Mrs. Sharpe
officers, he said. The radio makes it possible for Blue stamps in Book No. 2 'will last
Devoted to the advancement, and wel- took her to Okeechobee to take the
"Wecompiled this list so that in patrolmen in all of north Florida, into 'November. 'I '
ot Clewiston and Hendry County. '
fare issuing driver's licenses, persons ap- for example, to be notified quickly: Replacing Lost Hooks I

plying for new, permits and not be- of any crime, and they can then After Aug. 26, local boards may ,.
ing able to show'Iicer..ses for the blanket all main highways with a issue a replacement of a lost or stolen

NATIONAL EDITORIAL previous year may be checked for revocation dragnet to capture persons wanted food ration book without waitingthe I

ISSOCIATION enforcement or suspension.officers may In check addition this, I for Gilliam committing explained offenses.the radio alsois of, prescribed"extereme 10-day hardship.period" in cases
rn 1 I Where
list from time to time when making used by patrolmen in calling for hardship cannot be shown, regula- :
arrests to see if the person arrestedis ambulances to remove injured per- tions continue to provide a minimum
an habitual offender or if he does sons to hospitals, and for'any other 10-day waiting period to permit
not have a driver's license when ar- aids to the general public. adequate investigation.

.... .. .. .. .... .. .. rested, he may have been driving The patrol's report of traffic Stove Rationing Starts
(.1.: :M: : N : N N N :N: N N : :N N: while his license is revoked or su- deaths continued this month to showa Nationwide rationing of domestic

spended. If that is the case, ad- downward trend, with 28 fatali- heating and cooking stoves, burninggas GREASE IS AN ESSENTIAL

Too Late To Classify ditional charges may" be made ties in July against 30 for the cor- coal or wood, went into effect
against the offender. responding month of last year. Four Aug. 24. Henceforth, all purchasersof MATERIAL FOR

RUSSELL KAY Director Gilliam reported the pa service men were killed in accidents, rationed stoves must obtain a
By trol's two-way radio system now is and 28 were injured. Four persons certificate from their local ration- 'MUNITIONSCLEWISTON '

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:.-) in tions operation and 40, with patrol seven cars control equippedwith sta- engaged 11 were in Injured.war work' were killed and any ing boards store they, which desire may to be patronize.used At' '

two-way'communications. Sta- Fifteen of the 28 ,fatalities occur-.1 New B and 0 Books 'I '' "
Lex Green made it official last tions at Chipley, Tallahassee, MARKETS "
are red in rural areas and 13 in municipal OPA has announced that gasoline
week by tossing his sombrero into Lake City, Camp ,Blanding, Jack- ,areas. Twenty of those.1 dealers will not accept old-type B CAN NOW HANDLE

the gubernatorial ring and papers killed were white persons and. eight'I and C gas coupons after Sept. 1. I ,
to West published -
from Pensacola Key YOUR SALVAGED
I were negroes. I Car owners still holding old-style .
his "face" and a lengthy . t.
statement. He could hardly have .N:N:":NN:":":NN:":":":":NNNN:":N:NNNNNMNWith I Arcadia PublisherTo books should exchange them for I FATS
new sheets of coupons this week. .,
gotten a better break had he appeared '
New coupons carry only the words ,
in a bathing suit with the caption Run for Senate
"mileage ration" plus a large "B"or
"Miss America" ", DO YOUR PART
---- "C. B coupons are printed in
A month ago the dopsters had it )
ARCADIA, Aug. 25-Special--(
green ink and C, coupons in red ink
figured out as a race between :Lex A. J. Dunham, DeSoto County representative as' in the past. .
Green and 'Fuller Warren, but when for the last two sessions -
Fuller entered the service, that up- Our I and publisher of the Arcadia Inde-
2| Boys Fifteen kinds of used articles,
set an applecart and left the field pendent, has announced his candi- mostly furniture, will be brought
wide open with Lex in front like a dacy for state senator from the 27th under specific OPA price ceilings for CLEWISTON REALTY
mechanical rabbit, and bring on the
\ in theService senatorial district. the first, time Sept. 1. >
hounds.- Je Dunham served several terms as Articles to be covered Include and DEVELOPMENT
No matter who may ,enter the race I mayor of ,Arcadia and was chairmanof
Starke used furniture, stoves, bedding, mis-
against the Gentleman from the DeSoto county board of com- cellaneous hardware items hand
they won't find him any pushover. missioners three terms preceding his tools, shovels, wheelbarrows baby
He is a shrewd politician and a great
election representative.
as carriages, musical instruments (ex-
campaigner. and he'll get a lot of ,
votes. He has a vote appeal that f 'A new type of vacuum pump for -- -- '

clicks with his flowing tie and sideburns extracting venom from ,snake bite
I ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:':..: wounds, made of Tenite; a light-I ,

His promises 'have'the, old familiar weight plastic, has been adopted oy .'

ring of the seasoned political as- Edwin Roatb, who enlisted in the the U. S. Army Medical Corps. ,, FOR RENT I
pirant: Economy in government; U.. S. Navy last December, was homeon : :

gravy :for the over-burdened_> and ,a short furlough latter part .RATIONINGCALENDAR. -. :,. ', ,', '> \ t' / ;17 trl 4,. .

downtrodden, old a-ge pensions, aid of the week. Edwin has been pro- ; V -- ,, "
to the blind, square deal for labor, moted to Seaman lc.|

cheaper -automobile tags, more pay His visit home was unexpected as 1,000 Acres of Muck Land or 40 Acre. ,
for teachers,, Cooperation, progress he had not notified his parents, Mr. I

expansion, happiness, prosperity and Mrs. H. J. Roath, that he wouldbe [ (Prepared by Tampa District, OPA) Tracts, West of Clewiston on roadand :
; or "vote for me and write home until he ''Afalked in on them Blue Stamps-R,. Sand T valid

your own ticket." Thursday evening. He'' had only until Sept. 20. railroad.
But Lex will have plenty of comp -' two' days ',to spend at home. His Red Stamps-T, U, V, W and X ,

tition. He won't win in ,a walk I' mother and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery valid until Aug. 31. oJ" ':,;.
for anyone of a half a dozen probable accompanied him to Palm Beach Sugar Stamp No. 14-Five pounds, 'v

candidates can give ,,him- a run for Saturday, and he left to rejoin his expires Oct. 31. F. D. DUFF Agent .', : ,..,,<: ,
his money. unit. Sugar Stamps No. .15 and 16 .

Millard Caldwell, former Conr s Each good for five pounds of sugar

gressman, an astute politician, calm, News from Wilbur McGehee is J for canning purposes;, valid until | CLEWISTON, FLORIDA '

resolute, able, with a strong political ,that he has been transferred to Oct. 31. 6

background and, responsible follow- Laredo, Texas, where he'is still learning -1-- __ __ ____ __ __ - -------------------
ing, would give ,a good account of more and more about aerial .
himself and in all probability will be gunnery. I

in there when the whistle blows. -

Ernest Graham of Miami has not Leroy Hare, who spent months THE OLD- JUDGE SAYS I

announced, but it is pretty certainhe studying in Chicago has been sent to

will, and in a roughandtumbleall Kingman, Arizona, where he is a I'.
out campaign he is plenty good. ,
member of the 15th student squadron I '
He would have an edge to start with, ,of Kingman Army Air Forces.
With a strong following in South !
Florida., Connie Clark is now Sergeant
In Tampa, Rex Farrior, State's At- Conrad T. Clark, if you please, and i l-r J ,i I .

torney with a good background, Is when a harum-scarum like Connie

looked on as a probable contenderas becqmes Sergeant almost overnight, t

is Raymond Sheldon, State Sena- you see what marriage will' really do 'II

tor and champion of Labor and the to settle a fellow down. Connie, by r ,

Old .Folks. Raymond wouldn't Jo the way, is still in New Orleans. I 1\
Lex a bit of good as he would draw *. oZ(1( ti I II

the bulk, of his support from Green's, Elbert Hooker, who underwent an I
pet field'and might weaken him to i appendectomy just about the time } 1

a point where' a dark horse could he thought he was to board ship instead !

beat him. is now up'and at 'em againin
Senator Bill Shands of Gainesville 'San Francisco. '

is a mighty good man and one thata *: *

lot of folks would like to see in Bill Bowden is' back from the H'

the Governor's, chair, but he lacks Army sans '35 pounds which the

color for a race against a man like Army helpfully streamlined from I II

Green, despite his splendid qualifications around ''the middle. Out at Keesler I
and ability in other direc-
Field he was almost continually in
tions. I the hospital fighting asthma, and the
Dewey A. Dye of Bradenton is expected Army decided they'd do without him. ift

to enter the race and he has Since his medical discharge he has .. d

been doing a lot of quiet ground decided that growing sugar cane is

work and'has developed considerable a pretty good way to spend the duration .
support. He: is conservative, has a so he'll be back with us shortly. -
good background, and is the kind of .
& ,chap that wears well and makes .I. '; : '" ,
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friends that stick. I .
t '; '
A young boom in favor of SenatorEd cations, is being urged to enter the
Baker of Lake County ''broke a race. Like Brorein, Arthur would

week or so ago and gained some have to be drafted and the Draft
headway in other' quarters. Bakeris '-' _.' I
Board for Gubernatorial Candidates
able and stack of I left 'Bootleggers must post Ceiling Prices': I',
respected, but it is hasn't been functioning for a longtime "Quite a newspapers you '
i -
doubtful if he could compete with a and gives no indication that it yesterday, Judge. Aren't goin' in the news- 'Federal Agents seize'Trick'Liquor Truck'.

veteran like Green on a statewide i is about to become operative in this paper business are you?" Doesn't that go to prove, Joe, that prohibition

basis. .1, "No, I just enjoy reading different does not prohibit?

The name of Carl Brorein, Presi- race.At the moment the outlook is alf I papers so my nephew'George sends them "I watched conditions pretty carefully

dent of the, Peninsular Telephone Green. At any event, he is the man to me whenever he takes a business trip.I during our 13 years of prohibition in this j

Company ,and head of the State De everyone admits is the one they'll got a big kick out of'some he sent me country. The only thing could see we got s 5 -

in tense Council, has been tossed around have to BEAT. ,A lot of things can ( from several counties'where they still have out of it was bootleg liquor instead of legal 1

some quarters. He'd make a happen between now and next May prohibition. Particularly from some headlines liquor..plus the worst crime and corruption ; ;

doubtful corking if good he would Governor, but it la and three or four"good men in the !I that read'Drunk Driving Arrests Rise', this country has ever known." 01 :, :' 1!
consider enter-
melee might change the picture entirely -
ing the race.Arthur ,' : !,

Milam, able and respected So far the public has shown little I I I ,, '
Beverage Industries,Jne. ,
lawyer of Conference ofAlcotolie .,
Jacksonville, long out of interest and indications are the vote ADVERTISEMENT: ,
politics but with 'admirable qualifi- will be light; no matter who runs.




I ..
r"-------------: .IS t r E. Crow, Mrs. Hansel McDuffie;;I j Dunaway, Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. Leon seven decades of American ''life-
:: Miss Louise Roath, Miss Leah Rich-I I Bembry and Mrs. Don Lamer. from the eve of Black Friday to the
; aud, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. H. J.I rumble of the guns a"t Pearl Harbor.
'PERSONAL i Roath', Mrs. Gorda Collins, Miss'I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Four generations of the Scott fam-
I and SOCIETYfw.VA.V.AA.AA Renee Wethington, Mrs. D. H. Cam-' H. C. Meador, Pastor ily move across its pages. .It is a
'. mack, Miss Florine .1\Ioore" Mrs. J. : magnificent and moving
H I io .1 I T. Paul, Mrs. Art Lawrence. Mrs.I "None are found in the- ways if of American family and business.
, i .. Urey Waldron, Mrs. R. L. Marshall, God but those who have hearkenedto life, packed with drama,
." . .. . . . . .!.j Mrs. Arch Hodges, Miss Doris His word." the clash of
I ,N... . . ...;MSM. .%..%.vv. .NON.N.N....1i. .N.N.N.-.r.o I warring temperaments
- - - - Mis. Paul Mrs.
Hodges, Bussey; B. Sunday School-9:45 a. m. the turmoil and change of business.
Mrs. Hubert Land is spending this. B. T. Vorhees who has been spending W. Hundertmark, Mrs. L. J. Pape Morning "Worship-11:00' a. m. the rise of' new ,fortunes and new
week in Miami with friends. his vacation visiting in California and Mrs. T. L. Driggers. Training Union-7:15 p. m. ideas the coming of sturdy new
and in Indiana, is expected to
Evening Worship:30 p. m. nationalities to the great labor fieldsof
Mrs. F. E. Chalker has returned I return this week end, accompanied PETERS HOSTS AT MEETING OF We extend to. you a cordial ,Invi- Pennsylvania-and all of it is
from a two months' stay in Tampa. I by his mother, Mrs. Laura Vorheesof BAPTIST TRAINING UNION tation to worship with us on' each dominated byMary
Rafferty, one of
Vincennes Indiana.
.] Sunday. A friendly welcome awaits
Miss Marguerite Mizelle spent a The Baptist Adult Union met for your coming, and you will have fellowship on Page 8)
couple of days in Miami, this week. BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES a social meeting at'the home of Mr. with the increasing crowds

sand Mrs. Earl Peters Tuesday even who, are worshiping with us. :
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hall spenUjSat- Mis. Otto Larsen entertained members ing. The affair was a tacky party Have you been to prayer meeting I LOST Young female;
urday in Fort Myers on business.Mrs. of her bridge club at her home and prizes for the best costumes Wednesday at 8 p. ni.? We are II
I Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. E.; went to M. C. Vowell and Mis. W. A, ing some of the best services at hR\r-1 cat. Black & white.

E. O. Ward and Mrs. Joe M. Beardsley won first prize and Mrs.H. Montgomery.The hour in the history of our church. Return Mrs.
Hall spent The week-end, in Miami. A. Bestor second prize. Mrs. evening was spent in games We see new faces each :week and to Lynwood

,- Larsen served chicken salad and iced and contests. Ice cream and cook they are coming back again becausewe Blount, 439 W. CrescentDr.
Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Lutes spent tea to Mrs. Beardsley, Mrs. Bestor, ies were served; to Rev. and Mrs. H., are getting great blessings from
Sunday: in Fort Myers visiting rela- Mrs. Clarence J. Nielsen, Mrs. R. C. C. Meador, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. the! study of the Book of Ephesians. ., Clewiston. Reward.
tives. :I Wilson, Mrs. L. H. Nash, Mrs.N. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Read this short book through at
-' V. S. Mumford and Mrs. W. C. least once by Wednesday and join
I Curtner, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Crawford '
,Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguezwejje I Owen. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Phillipi, others in the study of its message., FOR SALE-4
business visitors in Fort Myers: Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs. T. and 6

Monday. Mrs.members'Glen Etherton of the evening entertainedthe bridge Tanner, Mrs. O. A. Anderson, \ L'j Book ReviewsNew weeks old New Hampshire
-:;- 1 Y. Tucker, Mrs. M. A. Thomas,
Don Burke and Hugh Crocker of club and. their husbands at bridge, Elder and M..C. Vowell red pullets. See L.
Miami were business visitors in combining bridge club with a com books in Clewiston Public Library -
Clewiston :Wednesday pliment to her husband, Glen, on reviewed J. Pape.
__ ( his birthday. '
King, chairman:
Miss ,Julia Dyess spent the week- First' prizes were won by Mrs.. Lottie Moon Circle of theWoman's The Valley of Decision
I!I E. 'Crow and G. H. Small and
end, in Lakeport with her parents,
Baptist Missionary Society Marcia DavenportIt
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Dyess.G. low by Mrs. ,Small. Mrs. Etherton of the First Baptist Church met at By FOR SALE Hybrid
served chicken salad, cake and coffeeto was 'on September 19, 1873, I
the home of Mrs. T. L. Tanner Tues-
H. Brown, G. L. Royal and Mr. and Mrs. George, Crow, Mr. day afternoon. Mrs. Jack Himrod, that Mary Rafferty, not quite! sixteen Amaryllis Sect
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mr. and Mrs.C. and wearing her first ,long
Cess Pete of Belle Glade spent circle chairman, was in charge of Mrs. Fred Topper.
:' week fishing at Lake Eustis. L. McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. skirt, rang' the side-door bell of the
the which subject
program was on the
Small, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Post. Scott mansion in Pittsburgh and
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and Mr. Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and Foy Dur- "Building" a firm foundationfor started work as 'tween-maid" in

and Mrs. J. K. Rogers were visitors rence. youth. the household of the stern and PLACE ,YOUR ORDERfor
Mrs. H. C. Meador led the devotional bearded ironmaster.This .
; in Fort Myers over the week end.
GLENDA SUE ETHEIITON'S 2ND I basing her remarks on novel is Mary Rafferty's Christmas cards with
Mrs. C. L. 'McLendon is spending I BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED several verses in Ecclesiastes. Other story. It is a novel of love and devotion -

;' a few days in West Palm Beach with parts on the program were given by of unswerving loyalty and
Mrs. W. R. Broaderick
j Mis. Ben Bolton, Mrs. Himrod and self-sacrifice .
her mother, Mrs. T. P. Forbers. Mrs. Glen Etherton entertained I the glowing and event-
with a: children's party, Thursday to Mrs.: Tannei. ful record of a1 girl who became the Prices reasonable.
County Judge R. M. Harris, of La- celebrate the second birthday of' her Following the business session, conscience of a family, the true representative very

Belle, was' a business visitor in daughter, Glenda, Sue. Ice cream, during which reports of work done of their integrity bothin Name House
' Clewiston yesterday. i i i 'cake and lemonade were; served, afteran were given, refreshments were serv- the home and in the roaring imprinted.
\ hour of games and amus ments. ed to Mrs. Himrod, Mrs.: H. C. Mea- tumult of the steel mills.
204 Park.
Mrs. R. R. Hooks has returned The guests included Billie Sue dor, Mrs.: Earl Peters, Mrs. Goldie In time the story spans almost Sugarland

from a two weeks' stay in Orlando Crow, Bonnie Faye Durrence, Mar- ...
and Tampa with relatives.B. tha Jean Nowling, Martha Christine
Hare, Lamar McLendon, Eric and \

J. Schroeder is enjoying a two Karl Larsen, Judy and Mary Cathe-
weeks' vacation from Parkinson's!, rine Francis, Babs Lawson, Chris-
store, and is spending a portion of tine Hutson, Mary Louise Cato, Helen
the time in Fort Myers. Prewitt, Nancy Bolton, Penny Brower -
Jennings Ezelle, Ronnie 'Wylie, Impor-tant Notice

C. H. Berner and son, Bob, who Lief Johnson, Lyle Speers, Lovvorn
have_ been vacationing at, Fort Myers Curhe, Donna Gayle Martin, Boyd S
Beach returned to their home here Vorhees, Lyn Vaughn, Patricia Cox, i
yesterday. and their mothers, Christine, June
and Helen Espenlaub, Mrs. H. C.

Mrs. E. M. Cornette and daughter, Post, Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. A. W.
Sue, are visiting Mrs. Cornette's Lawrence, Mrs. F. R.*Maxwell and To All Hendry County Registered Voters

parents in Morton's Gap, Kentucky, Miss Dollie Covert. '.

for a short vacation. I .
'.', '. ,' ) ..
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. King, who FIFTH IHTHDAY'EDXESDAY ',. "
have spent several months in Ely- -- I i ...'. .. ,'" .
sian, Minnesota, have returned to Margery Blown, five year old \
their home in Clewiston.Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. '.' 5 This 31 1 1943
Brown, celebrated her birthday at coming Tuesday, August a countywide -

f 'Arthur Thornton of Winter her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. : election will be held to, decide on electing all FIVE r
Haven arrived Thursday for a visit Brown, assisted by Mrs. C. J. .
with Mrs. C. L. Downs and other Blown, Mrs. G. L. Royal entertain-I 1 County Commissioners, (one from each District) ; by a
friends in Clewiston.Mrs. Cess Pete, of Belle Glade, -
countywide vote instead of each District .voting only for
ed the children with games during I \, "
H. S. Gove, ,Jr., and daughter the. afternoon and served ice cream, 1 .-: Commissioner
one as present. ,
Sandra, of Eustis, visited Mrs.G. and cake at refreshment time. ,. '
H. Brown and Mrs. B. T. Vorhees Favors of story books were givento 'I \.
\ here ,this week. I, the guests, who included Linda ,
and Jane Lee, Joyce and Jay Bartz,
Mrs. C. E. Miner and children, I John Perry, Jerry Bolton, Lief John Since Commissioners are your County officials and

Charles, Rachel and Carroll, are..son, Donna Gayle Martin, Nancy
spending a vacation at Fort Myers Moon, Mary' Jean King, Lamar Mc- direct the operations of your whole County, your support

Beach. Lendon Weetman John, Christine and Georgia Hutson and; Bobby Janet = ,? of this'measure is solicited and requested. To be adopted, '

Miss Frances Morgan, accompanied and Patsy Casper, Billy Nail, Benny 1 -,0, it must receive a majority of the votes cast at this special
by her sister, Miss Margaret Morgan David, Matthew, John and Jerry Pre- '

,? of West Palm Beach, is spending her witt, Jay Carroll Miner, Jimmy Bond ,'.. election all over the County. / _
" vacation and Patsy Meredith of Clewiston and
: at Highlands, North Caro- :' .",
; .;: : lina. Charles Royal of Belle Glade.. J "

... S I|
Mrs. Zerney Meredith ol Miami FAREWELL PARTY HONORS :MISS
.. : :, is expected fo arrive this week end MARGARET' MORROW MONDAY: I| .. Therefore, as a registered voter, you are requested

' ':-" for a visit with her parents, Mr. and --.-- I I' to vote on this day so that a definite countywide choiceS
:. Mrs. J. F. Tippey. Her daughter, Miss Marianne Jones and Miss I .
. ,i > Patsy, arrived last week. Dorothy Knight. were hostesses 11on1day S may be made. The Clewiston Voters League has favored
evening at a party' at the Community -
Miss Esther Galloway of Kathleenwas Center as a ,farewell to Miss this measure and has been able to bring it to a referendumS ,

c.; a visitor in Clewiston Wednes- Margaret Morrow., Miss Morrowand S
: and YOUR and SUPPORT of the measure is
,. day. Miss,Galloway is the new home her mother are leaving next help ,
- J, economics teacher of the high school week for' Nashville, Tennessee, to requested. '" / .<.
'.. ,and was here making arrangements join Dr. Morrow, who has been there I'
;, : for a place to stay during the school 'I for a 'few months.
: term. Dancing was enjoyed Curing the .'

__ I I evening and refreshments were serv-

'. ,'c,0, '<, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and Miss ed lat Miss a later Morrow's hour. friends A large enjoyedthe numberof See That Every Member of Your Family Votes Tues-'
Dollie Covert of Tampa
were guests
; hospitality of the hostess.
this week of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Vote
Etherton. Mrs. Maxwell returns today day. Ask Your Neighbor and Family to Sure on
Miss Covert will remain for
I I Tuesday. N -
Mrs. Charles Adolph Driggers was \, ..
Bill Bowden, of Sebring, was a honoree at a delightful party and
:visitor in Cleiston'the first of the I stork shower given 'at the Berner

'.. week.ical discharge Bill recently received a med-. home Thursday evening by Mrs. Vote for this measure unless you think it-is wrong. BE SURE
from the Army and Clarice Carlisle and Mrs. Berner. ..
month.plans to return to Clewiston next Appropriate games were played TO VOTE. Polls open all day at Community Center. '
," and prizes won by Mrs. A. O. Ward .
".., and Miss 'Evadene Moree. Carline
. Jimmy Paul, son of Mr. and Mr:. Eerner rolled the gifts in a lovely
55 J. T. Paul, and Billy Perry, son of bassinet and presented them to the. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, have returned honoree. -
j to their homes here follow- The hostesses, assisted by Jo Ann
ing the close of the summer sessionat Crouch, served a salad course with Voters
Clewiston League
Georgia Military College; a preparatory "- Coca-Colas to Mrs. E. O. Ward, Mrs.A. .'
school at Milledgeville, Ga. O. Ward, Mrs. T. E. Markette, Mrs. :
The boys both expect to return next John Kettl, Miss Evadene Moree, ,
month for the regular session. Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. George

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Definite Foreign }- -G R U 0OR I rI With little toy/ singing I Ibuqs

I The summer just

Essential to AmericaThe -h a wNUkrci bounds

Washington, D. C.'FATHER' Portrait of a Man They mike b ckgro'und -

BARUCH With a Hammer:
Gaunt Bernie Baruch, whose for the. d cjnely
Issue: Shall Nation Adopt Policy of Par- relentless, gray prodding of the war effort Things that still burn me up and I Of
knock me cold: The G-Men lost -woven \,
Affairs Shall We has saved more lives than any-
ticipation in World or the decision against all those Nazi sounds. V h
one' can estimate, is worried over a ,
Aim at Nationalistic Goal? lot of things besides tanks, airplanesand saboteur accomplices in Chicago rr1CAre! '' -
other The high courts held that the FBI
machine Among
didn't "arraign them .
properly" .
the human
things he is worried over 0
BAUKHAGE problem of readjusting the lives of In time of war yet! The G-Men,

By flooded cities who it seems, must no longer try to
people who have ,
5\J\ )
and Commentator.
News Analyst learn from a spy the names of his
have been- thrown out of joint by
confederates .' Until his arrest is
_1 I s WNU Service, Union Trust Building presented themselves to Chairman the war. announced! WNU Features.
They must "arraign
Washington, D. C. Spangler of the Republican national Sitting on his park bench in La- him"
immediately, let the news-
where he holds "of-
committee. fayette park,
Today America faces its first real fice" conferences, Bernie sees the paper men announce the fact and

problem as a world power. Results of SessionIt thousands of them tip off his confederates-to take it
lies before us. General on the lam.
Italy of the Al- was some time before the results from all over the U. S. A., dumpedinto
enhower, as commander: between Wat- offices into crowded
of this meeting government -
lied forces of invasion, suddenly is soldier.He be-. son and his colleagues and Chair- boarding houses, and wonders Add delicious reading: Going back

comes a statesman. He a he is the man Spangler of the Republican national what will happen to them when the over the files to read the boasts and

can win battles. Now, for di- committee leaked out. Those war is over. threats of Virginio Gayda-the Ital- REMEDY

man ultimately responsible with an anti-Republican slant, wove Baruch won't tell you-but. his ian Goebbels It is mental des-
recting American world policy. ,sert Just good PELLAGRA! (s
the words dropped into a threat- friends will-about how he handled as as the Thirty
years excellence.
? Thousands
world policy successfully -
What is American ened split in the Republican party, a this problem after the last war. speeches of Nazilationists If treated. Write DR. W. E. JEN-
Eisenhower is firm in his deci- KINS. P. O. Box C91-B.! Macon,
drive to nominate Wendell Willkie", He had employed several thousand you throw a brick through a grocer'swindow Georgia.

sions, certain in his oWn procedure, for president.To clerks and stenographers in'his War to steal a loaf of breadyouget

because he is responsible only to the person who tried to be ob Industries board, and after the your name in the papers FEATHERS WANTED

his Commander-in-Chief. jective, it was neither.Mr. Armistice he began:; to worry about If you're arrested by the Dep't of

But who is his' CommanderinChief who Spangler has one job-to keep whether these girls were going backto Justice as a Hitler agent, however, FEATH ERS OLD 1>ric<::8-!rNEw 41 Years-WAKTEO.TO SiUstactoryealing. )
A may .
? Roosevelt.leave the man scene in the the party together, to eschew any their homes ,or would remain- in newspapers mustn't, mention your PILLOW MFG.CO..2219 Cola Street Ship Express,St.Louis or WrJ Mo.

suddenly favoritism for any policy or any per- the exciting cities. name If you attack Hitler 1nm'.R ,

midst of battle, if the American'pub- son. Naturally, these,persistent per- So he sent each girl a letter thank- agents in and out of Congressyouget

lic'so decrees. sons who called upon him were pre- ing her for the time and loyal work panned (by name) in the Cong-
v And then? Has America any firm
I believe it she had her And Record. l
unfettered by partisan senting a problem. was given country. as 7m
foreign policy, that fact rather/than what his critics a hint that she should go back to

political restriction, a clear- said that indicated there was a lean- her mother he suggested: "Anyonewho Badoglio, who never, fought Fascism ': Surprising, _'

marked path that a fighting man or ing toward the "status quo" atti- will apply at my office can re- I is getting better treatm'entfrom and howquickly healing the begins dryness, alter is relieved using -
any other man can follow tude, the desire to ,remain a pur- ceive-.a railroad ticket back home." America than De Gaulle, who medicated, soothing, lime-tested, :.
In a few short weeks from now, a veyor of platitudes and follow the Baruch also attached to each let- never stopped fighting it Among .

group of busy, hard-pressed men are tide rather than to face it. ter a $10 bill. other things we can't get excited RESiN ,
going to sit down on Mackinac island about is how the affects the
This issue-full participation in The railroad tickets were paid for war
and to write what ''Ameri- ;
try : world affairs versus a return to nationalism out of his own pocket, since the gov- stock market.At .

can foreign policy they think ought or isolationism, if you willis ernment does not pay for personal

to be sponsored by the Republican' according to our most earnest transportation, and it' cost Baruch last Goering has a good reasonto

party. non-partisans, the most importantissue many thousands of dollars. He wasa wear all those chest-medals Buys you the
have face the
These men to ques- which has faced the-public and little fearful that some of the girls They're bullet-proof .' Germanyhas

tion of- committing the Republican should not be a political football. might have taken the tickets, then admitted that it torpedoed 'the

party to a definite foreign policy. Briefly, what the men with their turned them in to the railroad. How- Robin Moor. Look back at the files.

And paradoxically, by committingtheir sleeves rolled up at Mackinac in ever, he hoped that he might have The obstructionists blamed it on

party to a definite foreign poli- September have to face is this: helped to get at least a fair propor-I Britain and everybody except Ger- Sid GA

cy, tHey may free both political partie's shall we, good Republicans, come tion out of the city and back home. many *. Those of us who said it a k FIr
of all commitment on foreign I .harocr bcauae
out frankly for world-co-operation or '* was Hitler were called warmongers they're one.thlr .
Fsr if the Democrats frame ] thinner.
policy. dodge the issue? HCL. Add bond slogans: Digginginto DOUBLE OR
similar resolutions they save
The of which the jeans to buy more bondsis SINGLE EDGE
America from vicious split-one What the Watson association demands high cost living your
a r coal miners have complained about' better than digging a foxhole I.!
I is than that and
which, if it is not avoided, will crash more some- I 4fo 1Qc
lines and can destroy the two- thing the Republican national committee recently was substantiated by an Swell novelty song"Hitler's Letter
party OPA of stores inwestern' to Mussolini" (with Benito's replyon Manufactured and guaranteed by
the rock of our de must face: will the party offi- survey company
mocracy. cially get behind a nation-wide cam- Pennsylvania.John the other side).

paign "educate" the people, on A. Fath, who made the sur-
The issue which America, faces is,
simple: shall we, as a nation, under- i the international issue? vey, came back :with'a report of'"ex A reporter named Allan Chasedidn't DON'T LET
orbitant prices and mark-ups" and like the looks of Franco's gov'tin
write which will do
a policy implementour Unfortunately, personalities get
insisted that company stores, whichdo Spain _. .So he went into the CONSTIPATION
participation in world affairs or mixed up in these things and Wendell -
shall we retire unto ourselves and Willkie has become the symbolof no advertising or sales promo- Latin-American countries to learn
the nationalistic policy which the international view. tion, should sell their goods at lower more about-. He found out UP
pursue prices than other stores rather than O When bowels are sluggish and you
You'll find it in his new book,
says in effect: let the rest of the That is why it is essential, if the' higher. feel irritable, headachy, do as millionsdo
"Flanage? and he offers data to
world stew in its own juice? -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
party is to take the issue out of
He found suits selling for $38.50 ;
Until we took the Philippines, move your eyebrows to your hair chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
America able to leave the partisan politics and disassociate it which cost the store $12.50. He founda line Chase is no punch-puller FEEN-A-MINT,,before you go to bed,

was great from any of the individuals aspiringfor shoe box marked $9.95, but inside Names, names, dates and taking only in accordance with package
and vital which should
problems the Republican candidacy ,that directions-sleep without being dis
the box he found the shoes them-
places You'll be surprised
have'no political tinge, outside par- they must record. turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
tisan politics. We have had other go on selves marked with crayon, $6.50. whom you meet in his pages A relief, helping you feel swell again. Try

problems which have remained essentially The, Monroe Doctrine Result of the survey already has one-time household name movie gal FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
and economical.
been a voluntary price roll-back in star, for instance Another generous family supplyFEENAMINT
nonpartisan.The >
Walter 'Lippmann has written a the company ,stores. Now that the person mentioned still sits pretty in i

Problems book called "American Foreign Policy" government has taken over the high gov't office. .coio

and the point he makes is this: mines the OPA is to make
Take labor. A vital question. But until 1900 politics did stop at thewater's
this store roll-back
company price Memory Dep't: Remember the
has labor voted solidly for
ever one
We had
edge. a foreign not voluntary, but universal. Americans who screamed that Fas-
ticket the other? No. The AFL
or policy (or thought we did) 'which RHEUMATIC PAIN
will cast its traditional Republicanvotes was once a storekeeper cism was invincible? Rememberhow
the Monroe Doctrine. Accord-
in the coming election it always was himself in Millville, N. J., home- they urged -you to appease Need not Spoil sour Diy-Qtt after It N.*,
as ing to Lippmann, we were living town of Leon Henderson.: He gave the Axis-because the urgers insist- Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
has. Some of the CIO
mem- under delusion. that pain of muscular rheumatismand
a Namely
we Henderson his first job. ed we were too weak to fight back? .
bers will vote to support the admin- had under the Monroe Doctrine de- other rheumatic pains. Caution:
istration. Others will vote ,as they Remember the names they : Use only as directed. First bottle
clared our whole policy-America HONORS FOR WORKMENThe called Americans who urged that purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
please. for' Americans (period) which implied Office of War Information is something be done to stop the spreadof and $1.00. Today, buy C2223.xTo .

Slavery-really a labor question. of course, that the rest of the hate here? Remember how
That did arranging a de luxe program for
nearly wreck the republic
world could do what it pleased
so next Labor day, hailing the contribu- they described Fascism as the
because it was made a partisan long as it kept off our grass. "wave of the future"? And relieve distress of MONTHLY>
issue when it was not an issue at tion of American workmen in the now I

all! Many of the influential southerners We believed that we could enforce drive for victory. "Producing for that wave of the future is a small.

were just'as' ready to free their that policy ourselves. That,was not Attack" will be the theme'of the program swamp of ,the past. I Female WeaknessWHICH

slaves as the rabid abolitionists I correct. We were really dependingon and it will include inspirational -

heated with emotional fervor, failing, : the British fleet to enforce it. It broadcasts by President Roose- In 1930 Gen. Smedley Butler (win- MAKES YOU CRANKY;NERVOUS!

to grasp the economic significance, happened to be to British advantageto velt and other top-ranking war lead- ner of two Cong. Medals) publicly Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com

to force them to. agree, so there was no trouble. criticized Mussolini After the pound has helped thousands to relieve -
were '
Again, unless a cold, calm discus- Then we mixed in world affairs, ers.However, this isn't the only labor story broke about II Dunce's motorcar period with weak pain,nervous backache, cranky, headache -,

found had to bat- show the OWI schedule this child In the hit-
sion and understanding of the ques- we fight our own on year. crushing a blue feelings due to functional

tion of foreign policy takes place, tles, and did it-took over Hawaii, Another special celebration for La- and-run manner That's what monthly disturbances. This Is due

we may face another split which, the Philippines. But 'we didn't pro- bor, to be known as "On to Victory"day Gen. Butler called him-a hit-and- to Its soothing, effect on one .ofWOMAN'S

although it need not mean civil war vide the means to hold them. Andso also will be observed within the runner In a speech at the regularly-Pinkham's:MOST IMPORTANT oscexs.Taken Com-

may mean a horrid dislocation of disagreeing on the various steps next two months.It Contemporary Club, Philly pound helps build up resistance

our whole political system. necessary to carry out our foreign was conceived by Maj. Paul Mussolini protested via the Italian against such annoying symptoms.

When we went into World War II policy, we failed to provide the Hines, chief of the labor branch of Embassy As a result, the Navy Follow label directions.Worth trying

"isolationism" means to do so-Britain was busy the Fourth Service command at At- ordered a court-martial-but later i

was forgotten. Today it elsewhere, and one morning we lost lanta, Ga., and promoted by Her- rescinded it.Manhattan.

has come back into our vocabularies the Philippines and came within an vey Allen, author of "Anthony Ad- WNU-7 33-43

and is -being batted about, like eyelash of losing Hawaii. verse." Murals: The men in

And face the All war plants will be asked to uniform and their lady friends-car-
qther political footballs, by people so we now necessityof '
who declare an "hour off" on"On'to Vic- rying on in the doorways of Fifth
really don't understand its implications framing a new foreign policy
and are woefully ignorantof which must' include the willingnessto tory" day, at which time special Avenue shops-in the dimout A96;;

what dissension it may cause. provide security for our own "War Merit" emblems will be The blind magazine mendicant,

Politicians want to overlook it. shores and those other contiguous awarded. holding an arm load of heavy magsat Them Cleanse the Blood

They can't. This group of Republicans shores (South America and Canada) Climaxing the "On to Victory"programs the Roxy stagedoor, waiting for I Help of Harmful Body Waste
will be a nation-wide the chorines to buy Sign in a
headed by Deneen Watson, which might be used by an enemy Your kidneys are constantly filtering
and a whole flying squadron of Dem against us. Or we have to take broadcast in the eveningaccordingto midtown cafe: "Dishwasher want- waste matter from the blood stream.But
ocrats too in OWI plans-featuring such speak- ed: Will pay Lockheed wages!'! kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
are insistent that they part prophylactic measurestostop act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
be allowed to "let the people know." the danger to our security in ers'as President Roosevelt, Winston Funniest sight in town: The camelin impurities that, if retained, may
Churchill Generals MacArthur the system and upset the whole
the zoo-with its Summer poison
.Th y. are going to speak their advance. body machinery.
Eisenhower and Doolittle and Ad- haircut The uppity 5th Avenue Symptoms may be nagging backache;
And the :
pieces. ,,
only hope of
lifting That issue once clarified by the mirals and persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
this discussion out of partisan poli- two political parties will leave King Halsey. Joseph buses which have an official name, getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
Stalin General Kai- "
Chiang of
Coaches. the eyes-afeeling nervous
if "Motor under
tics is "settlement you
a out of court, free 'for a good, old-fashioned free- and loss of and strength.
shek of China also be invitedto anxiety pep
may '. The seedy character
,an agreement by both parties on for-all Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
a political campaign, and if the
single foreign policy.Let's take part. All the speakers will (long, black beard and hair down to sometimes burning, scanty or
best man wins, or the worst man too frequent urination.
have for Amer-
get back to that hot and per- wins, his policies can't affect the a special message his shoulders) who is known as Hair- There should be no doubt that prompt
ican labor. The 52nd Street treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
less Harry .
spiring day in Washington late last international, welfare of the nation. Doan't Pill Doan's have been, winningnew
month when Deneen Watson and Failure of both The evening broadcast will con- (Swing Alley) victory garden scare friends for more than forty years.
to .
parties clearlyset clude with the sounding of taps from crow. It looks better than most They have a nation-wide reputation.Are
his colleagues from this the
selfappointed forth their views grateful people
on foreign recommended by
Republican] organization the Re- the steps of the nation's Capitol, in nightclub patrons The gamblerwho country over. Ark your neighborlPolicy
well create third '
cy ,may a party
of our war dead and of in
memory an 'feeds hundreds pigeons
publican" "foreign policy associa- movement which could wreck the answering taps by U. S. buglers in that lot nearby every day-because
tion, walked 7iIi1TT j
across quiet Lafayette
two-party system, the rock on whichour Europe and the South Pacific. I
he thinks it's lucky.
park opposite the White House and Republic is founded. .


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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.. Coal oil will remove adhesive Paint will keep indefinitely in

jiDUUNOLD ,'.! Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. from painted surfaces. good condition if the lid of can is
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Lesson for August 29 from old felt seals it, excluding the air.

..i0. hats and use them under vases, *
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akf.a Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected ornaments, flowers and book ends. upon
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permission. I cover top of the box
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:! .. You Lynn Chambers'IPoint- > can be

;; : HaveDelicious Saving Menu ISRAEL'S SIN AND To serve plain cake at its best, pushed aside when you. wish to
Jv.'; : Meats RESTORATION stir up the dirt.
1 make only one layer at a baking. .*

Meals Broiled Liver Sausage and -' Instead of icing the entire top of A common clothespin, split in
I LESSON TEXT-Exodus 32:7.10; 34:4-9. 27,
Tomatoes the cake, put an inch wide band of half, makes two useful pan scrapers -

Potato Chips Green Salad 28.GOLDEN TEXT-The Lord Is longsufferingand icing'around the edge. Sprinklethe which do not rust or scratch

Rye Bread Iced.Coffee of great mercy, forgiving iniquity and top with chopped nuts. aluminum or enamelware.
4r Chilled Cantaloupe transgression.-Numbers\14:18.

Recipe Given '
God is righteous, and cannot look ,

b'i with approval or in forgiveness upon :- ON THE NO ASPIRINcan

degrees) 35 minutes. Remove from sin until His mercy has been stirred
[HOME FRONT. do more for you, so why pay more?
tins; and serve hot. and set free to act by repentance. \ World'slargestsellerat lOi,36 tablets 20 ,

ets' Green, Lima and Bacon Salad. Then He whose wrath is hotly kindled .. -vznM_ 100 for only 35 Get St.Joseph Aspirin.

(Serves 5 to 6) against man's transgressionshows t RUTH WYETH SPEARS /

2 cups cooked green lima beans Himself% as the tender and

2 hard-cooked eggs gracious God, "keeping loving-kind:' THE upper sketch shows a com- It

rh. I/ cup salted peanuts, chopped ness for thousands, forgiving iniquity living and bed room .
: 2 teaspoons onion juice and transgression and sin."
brought up to date with every inch
: ,. S, 4 strips crisp bacon This grace of God is fully revealed of space used. The cushions (low- L. ,

1 cup diced celery ._ in Christ and the redemption er left) were replaced with a box-

s }E..M.:.f Vi tup chopped pickle which He brought to ,man, but is like compartment for bedding. This

% teaspoon salt, if desired prefigured in the experiences of was made of plywood as shown at

Mayonnaise Israel under the law. the lower right. It was padded

M ,. .C'ti2' IY Combine ingredients, add salt and I. God's Wrath Kindled (Exod. across the front and ends with cot-
mayonnaise. Serve on crisp lettuce i 32:7-10).
ton batting, and covered with the
:. with bits of bacon. There are those who would haveus

Broiled Liver Sausage and think of God as a benevolent oldgentlema'n 7 SAME

W Tomatoes (Serves 4). 'who-is easily hoodwinkedby W NECOVER

Leftovers need not recline on the clever sinners who can talk fast ,
liver sausage sliced
shelf when can pound ..... d
refrigerator you ,
to cover their iniquity. Even if He '
4 large tomatoes, cut in half C MP A l' pliu plC
make them into delicious meat pies 8 slices of onion does see it, He is supposed to be so MENT AND WatnStrowb
like this, simply and easily. Use tenderhearted that He overlooks j. MODERN s nY Blonde"tee fo teelh

leftovers from a roast with a few Cut liver sausage into slices about their sin.Such AT THE ::: I ) Tootb powder

fresh vegetables and gravy to tuck 14 inch thick. Remove casing. Place folk had better rea.sl. these r HI N6ED LID ENDS Caox that stelae.

i inside the flaky piecrust. the slice 'of liver words, "That my wrath may wax P pypER
s s
sausage on, the hot." The wrath of God is a real
. Short on red points at the end of broiling with
pan and awful affection of the divine nature -
the week? There are several answers -
tomatoes; that and it is revealed
to the problem.and'I'm devoting 'c against man
: have been cut in
, ) who sins against ,His holy law.
the column to those suggestions half and brushed SMALL SNAPPY FACTS
The special sin of Israel on this TABLES AND a UNDER BEDDING
today. with butter sea- NO STORAGE SPACE COMPARTMENTcouch
was idolatry which is the
It's a good idea to be smart in soned with salt ABOUT
I setting of material,
up some symbolto
of leftovers and this is material tacked in I
t your use and pepper. Broil place
represent the invisible God.
t particularly true I for about 8 minutes. Liver sausage Moses through, a lath strip. Unpaintedbook
had been with God in the
,, if you've splurged need not be turned. As soon as tomatoes cases were bought to go at riJrRUBBER. o -
II mount for 40 days. He had been
at the beginningof have broiled for about 4 min- the ends, and the lid of the bed- \
the Lord's, representative in their
:r the week by ; \{ \ utes, top them with onion slices, if midst. His presence had evidently ding compartment was painted to
purchasing a desired. match the book cases.
roast. After,using been; the chief stabilizing influence. Scientists have found that rub
4you'still Frankfurters With Potato Salad.
the roast twice, v s Having their eyes set on a man, NOTE-Longer- longer grows the list ber is the only substance that
(Serves 4 to 6) or a material object to take His be stretched tremendously -
have a bit of meat left on that"money won't buy. But bright ideas can

the bones and if fix it with an J4 cup bacon drippings place, they had lost sight of the in- for using the things you already have are and resume approximatelyits
you 'ii cup vinegar visible God.Whatever. not on that list. The one shown here is original form. Too much
eye to camouflage, you can have a from BOOK 10 of the series of homemaking stretching such as in underin- .
1 beaten
savory meal'out of it. egg, I a man puts between booklets prepared for readers. BOOK flated
1 teaspoon salt himself ''and God, even though he 10 also contains more than thirty other tires causes "fatigue"and
meat whenthere's deterioration.The .
Best of
way extending Ys (teaspoon, pepper may at first intend it to be but a things to make from things on hand and -
J little enough of that is by available materials. 'Booklets are 15 cents
1 teaspoon sugar reminder, will lead him away from first manufacture of rubber :
using vegetables "generously. Cut off each. Address:
4 cups cubed,. cooked'potatoes God. footwear outside the United States

the/rhat bone pieces and of meat combine you can these find with on Vz cup chopped green pepper I II. God's Mercy Invited (Exod. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS took place In 1856 in Scotland. :

some lovely, fresh-cooked vegeta- V' cup chopped onion 34:4-9). Bedford Hills New York. If gasoline consumption is a
% pound frankfurters Aaron had only a weak "alibi" to Drawer 10
bles such as carrots, peas, onions, gauge of tire wear, more

.potatoes and perhaps a few stripsof Heat bacon drippingsand add vin- offer. The golden calf had prac- Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 10. miles are run in July and
tically made itself (see ,Exod. 32: August than any other months.Of .

green pepper for flavor. Com- egar, egg, salt, pepper, sugar, po- 24). How quick man is to justify Name...........\.................... the gas used in 1941,9.5% I Iwas"
of onion. Stir
bine all with tatoes and
together some your-: green pepper consumed in and
favorite seasonings and tuck the until thick. Cover frankfurters with himself instead of admitting his Address.............................. August
9.4% in July. February was ', '
whole mixture into these individual boiling water and allow to stand 7 guilt. No doubt our excuses sound the low month with 6.400'of

meat pies. In this way, your left- to 8 minutes. Arrange frankfurterson just as silly as Aaron's in the ears the year's total.RFGoodrjch. ,

overs won't languish in the refrig- top'of potato salad for serving. of God. Blast That Brought Down

erator. ,Here's a lovely, luscious dessert Moses knew better. The sin was

Making Meat Pies. that will "go with any of the above dealt with in drastic fashion. Whenone 750,000 Tons of Granite

main dish suggestions. It's to deals with a wild ravenous
Sift together 2 cups allpurposeflour easy
make and nutritious beast, there is one remedy"shootto
and % teaspoon salt. Cut into very :
kill." Not _One of the biggest man-made explosions -
the leadersof
this za lard with and .., only were
cup spatula the wickedness slain : but ,the on record was set, off in
work until the particles are the size in
the Bonawe quarries Argyll
of the calf
gold image was
of a small pea. Sprinkle 4 table shire Scotland on May 31 1935
put into water, which all Israel ,
spoons water over the mixture, Collier's. Eighteen monthsof
drank. Thus all
were they markedas
'working it lightly with a fork'until '
preparation were required
the of this
sharing guilt
all the particles are moistened, and this blast, which brought down
There is lesson here
a for
in small lumps. Press dough into a 750,000 tons of granite, enough to
America is far from God. We needto
ball, handling as little as possible. five work.
seek His face in repentance. But provide years'
Flour boar4 lightly. Divide pastryin householders !
let, us remember that we (that is, Before the explosion, j
half, roll lightly to an eighth-inch in the near-by towns of Tay- :
thickness. Using a 3inch pie p. ar 'r 4i Christian men and women) are a nuilt removed their pictures, mir-

plate, cut ircles from pastry. part of America. It is our guilt, and to place of I1 G
rors crockery a
and we ought to be on our faces be-
'. :: i Cut %. -fnch wedge from circle to safety. '
fore God pleading for God's
, mercy
'Lc' insure better fit into muffin tins.
\ upon our land.
Press the
". h Moses was now ready to seek
; .
lightly to fit tins
.," ,j the Lord's mercy .for his wayward t t t 1 rou
and lap over 2 2
" people. He is the intercessor, the
'' wedge. Fill with 9 3 s 3 9 3 9 3
: intermediary.Note .
t : meat vegetable, 4 8
4 47G5
: that God has not changed.He 8 4 8
mixture. 1
Roll outremainm'1t 765 S 765'
dough. is the unchangeable, One. His

.- t' cut in circles to fit over top oT each wrath is still hot against man's sin,

.. muffin tin. "Press edges of crust iikl rfriYJriiG.J but man has repented, and moved

tot\ ther. Bake in a hot oven (400 Here are the golden brown, rich, out of God's wrath into His love and

luscious pies being taken from the grace. That too is always being "
shown His obedient children.III.
to .
muffin tins all ready to serve. If 'Bo"
God's Covenant
Lynn Says: you have a fresh fruit salad with Renewed !
(Exod. 34:27, 28).
the meat pie and a beverage, your
Moses had broken the
whole meal's complete. first tabletsof clock

1'\ Tips on Keeping Cool: Acting commandments. The people had

t cool and thinking cool actually Apricot Whip. sinned and were not then ready to

works a magic in making you (Serves 6 to 8) listen to any word from Jehovah.But the

cool. "It's important to plan your now they were prepared to receive '
day ahead so that it runs smoothly 1 No. 2% can apricots it, and God renewed the cov- Kellogg's Corn Flakes are '

and so there will be a mini- 2 cups milk enant as He again gave Moses the of
excellent wartime meal. time
2 eggs an any
mum of confusion-for that always -

makes weather hotter. A cup sugar law.There is no need for despair in the day Quick t fix .extra good. nutritious

Dress cool, eat cool. Dress sen- 1 Ys teaspoon teaspoon vanilla salt heart of the one who deals with God. they ,: tim"e, work, fuel, other foods.

sibly, keeping plenty of clean The missed opportunity for obedi- !

summer clothes on hand-things Drain apricots. Mash with spoon. ence and blessing may be gone for- '

that can be done up with soap and Chill. Scald milk. Beat eggs slightly ever, but God is still on the giving

/ w I,. water in a hurry and need little then add sugar and salt. Add hand ready to meet the returning 3i 1Ydt9R'n1vi

,:: '.', ironing. Crispy salads-even in milk slowly, mixing well. Cook in prodigal, ready to give beauty for

the imagination-cool you off, and double boiler stirring constantly un- ashes (Isa. 61:3) and to restore the

I '. of course, frosty drinks. til mixture coats metal spoon. Take years that the locust has destroyedJoel

.' : : Do your hot kitchen work in from fire, add vanilla and chill. ( 2:25): Amazing grace!

:. the cool morning hours. Make When ready to serve, fold in chilled, In the keeping of these command

: whatever preparations mashed apricots. ments, Israel was assured of, the v.
you can on
the food front and store in the blessing of God. As we pointed out IWI/-AWl.Il1i.W.Y.y HrfA

refrigerator, ready to pull out for // you have a canning problem, writeto last week, the re/il fulfillment of the .. ., .. ..
dinner with a minimum of rush Miss Lynn Chambers, Western Newspaper law came in Jesus Christ, who did- Kellogg's Corn Flakes' are re x+,. ,:1 c:;;: +;.,Y,:. n..u. .s -
.. Union, 210 South Desplaines Street, not set aside its requirements but stored to WHOLE GRAIN NU- : and hurry. Keep things simple, Chicago, Ill. Please enclose a self-ad TKITIVE VALUES of ThiamiaVitamin
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next March 15. At that time, too)' holders are asked to apply at the Judge of: Hendry County, Florida, at
Rook ReviewsContinued MOTORISTS ADVISEDTO his 'office in the .
the' court house at La..
I one-half
must rationing office
taxpayers pay as soon as possibleto Belle Florida within eight calendar
unabated portion of their 1942 (orj have the stamps exchanged for months from the date of: the first publication ,-

( from Page Si j I 194fr, if it is lower) tax liability.I CHANGE COUPONSBY the new issue so as to avoid a last demand of must this be notice.In writing Each, and claim must'or:
'the most lovable characters in I The final payment on unabated taxes! minute' rush and delay. !f state the place of residence and post
American fiction. She Is a living,I I is due March 15, 1945, after which, The old coupons are marked "onej must office be address sworn to of by the the claimant claimant, ,and'his '

breathing person, who becomes more!, collections will be 6n a truly pay-as-- SEPTEMBER 1STThe unit" while the new ones are designated -' will agent become or his void attorney or the same?
according to law. I
-aril more real with each succeeding you-go basis.Assistance. I "mileage ration." Thoseto | This 28th day of: July, 1943. '
chapter of her eventful story. Offered Taxpayers I whom the new books have been
Wishing to offer as much assist- in issued do not have to L. STEWART,
style B and C gas coupons apply for ex- Administrator of: the Estateof
Jeorge WasIunRloii Carver ance as possible to taxpayers, Col- use now has changed, and mo- change.As Elmer Whitfield, deceased

By Rackham Holt lector Fahs announced that each week local torists must begin using the new II stated above, holders of the old Aug.HENDRY 6, 13,COUNTY 20, 27, Sept.FLORIDA.3, 10. 17, 24.
Few men present as magnificent a field' offices will be open 15th issue as of Sept. 1. After that date books will get back as many couponsIn ..
as day from now until September will not accept the '
subject for American biography filling stations exchange as, the former books con-
George Washington Carver of Tus-j and deputy collectors will be available old coupons in exchange for gas. tain. NOTICE OF ,ELECTION

kegee. His genius, patient and to assist taxpayers. Also dur- The exchange, coupon for

pure, ranks him with the great men,! ing the period September 1-lOth, Is made at'the local coupon'l The Nehi Corporation, makers of General municipal election will be
recognizednis deputy collectors will arrange to assist held on Tuesday, September 7, 1943, for
of the century, men who local Royal Cola, has turned to the election of three Commissioners to
I communities not having a
kinship with them and admitted ---- newspaper advertising as the most serve on the City Commission of the
him to their distinguished circle and field office.In alfalfa meal to bring values Into adjustment effective to be found and placed City The of two Clewiston candidates, Florida.
Fahs has receiving: the
gave him their friendship:' Edison, conclusion, Collector with alfalfa hay prices, contracts on July 1st for advertising greatest number 'of votes shall
Ford, Wallace. In the course of his'( suggested that all t taxpayers find out which are at the highest summerlevels in over 500 newspapers throughoutthe deemed the candidate elected for four year terms and
lifetime he was signally' honored ,1 now whether they will be requiredto in more than 20 years. country. est number of receiving votes shall the next be deemed great-
file a declaration and if one is re- elected for a term of two years.
and esteem -
not alone by the friendship The
be to file it on or before! I candidates who have qualified
of eminent men, but by learnedsocieties quired sure are:
Jim Lee Closes Probe I
and scientific and humani- September{ 15th, as severe penalties W.E. E.C. Kelly OwenJ.

tarian bodies throughout the world. are imposed for failure to file within I FDR teujA: A. McGeheei.,
George Washington Carver: never I' the time prescribed. Penalties Of Intangible'Taxes I C. E. Miner ,
slopped studying, never ceased |I are also provided when the estimateis 6/ Payroll savings Is and elected.three of the candidates are to be

knowledgeof beyond the permissible margins. ,.M our greatest single The election will be held In the Com-
learning. His profound : TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 26;-(SpecialOf factor in munity Center room in the City'
botany, ,agriculture, and soil protecting .Building, Clewiston, Florida.' Hall
omitted ;"r.
enabled him to devise ways Rodeo Over Labor- the $358,191 un- ',, ourselves against in- The polls will be open at nine 6''ii i
economy returned, intangible taxes collected flation. clock A. M. and will close at seven 03'
the economically submerged clock P. M., Eastern ":
of helping War Time. ,
as a result of 30 months probing by The
following election ,
South to better of living. officials artJr:
ways '
M. Lee's in I appointed '
State Comptroller J. to conduct the election: :
'Dr. Carver's positive contributions (Continued from Pago 1) will haveto R. G. George, Clerk. Ii r.-?.
vestigators, only $11,9.36
and is handling publi- Mrs. R. M. Hare Jr., Inspector.
'to science are legion and embrace announcer NOTICE TO CREDITOR .;
be refunded under the supremecourt's Mrs. G. H. Small Inspector. ":
: diverse fields of,research. city. Probate Law 11KKJ following
many ficaals alternate election
decision in the case.-
'This 'book automatically takes Its Among special feature acts being ( are appointed to serve in their'
and of this amount only $8,022 comes STATE OF FLORIDA place and stead. If: necessary: _,
place among the major books of all planned for the Labor Day event COUNTY OF HENDRT Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw Clerk. .
time-a 'great American biography. are Cowboy Jack Andrews, bullwhip from the state treasury as $3,914\ You and each of you are hereby Mrs. Charles M. Pirkle, Inspector.,,
will be from due W. L. Lott, ,
refunded Inspector
George Washington Carver was I artist, and his trained Brahma steer"Henry" moneys notified and required to present any By order of the City
Commission '
the Miami firm of investigators who claims and demands which you, or 0(
the '
City of
born In slavery, he was kidnappedwith ; the quadrille team of the ''either of you, may have against the Clewiston. ..i,<
"his mother when he was an infant Silver Spurs of Kissimmee; Alec and were paid a sliding scale for all estate of Elmer Whitfield. deceased, F. D. DUFF, .co
I Mayor.
commissions and expenses incidentto late of said County, to the County Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, !
Rescued, and protected by' his his trained mule; and Keen's fam- Sept. 3. \1
uncovering the delinquencies and .
roman-riding standing jumpingact I ------- I
>owneT, a kindly German immigrant, ous
putting the cash in the state trea-
"who, within his slender means, made over an automobile. '
It possible for him to attend school Nell Lingle's trick ,riding, and sury. The firm of investigators and
trick and roping will attorneys received no compensationfor
and obtain 'books.Dr. Clark's riding ,
'Carver was a splendid human also be included in the program. the current tax payments on
bang whose life was spent in the A show of quarter horses will property they located and subjectedto

service of his fellow men. feature "Big Chief," only copper bot- taxes which was largely respon- 'KYOlfcan't
sible for increasing current intangible
His story is an epic of modern tom stallion in the country."
America. Arena events will include bull collections, nearly $1,000,000 per

riding, calf roping, bronc riding year.Other GO...
and bulldogging. Contests will be .refunds will be due on in-' y;.; .
Taxpayers Must- open to all, prize money will be'', tangibles assessed and collected currently !

$15, $10 and $5 with entrance fees i and will be audited and paid 'BuyWar

(Continued from Page 1) added to finals. when claims are filed through the I

"Ity. Persons required to file who Lt. George Carmen, U. S. Army I assessors.
lave not received declarations may ,Air'' Forces, Orlando, a world champion The court's decision In the Fosdick i Bonds
obtain them at 'any of the fourteen cowboy from Cody, Wyoming, I case held that beneficiaries under y : ? ,o

field offices In the state or by writ- is expected to participate in the I certain irrevocable trusts could not p

Jug the Collector of Internal Revenue events. be taxed provided they had no con- A W
Jacksonville, Florida. The management announces horse : trol or 'voice in the management of 6
Contents of DeclarationThe racing will follow immediately after the trust nor any rights except the
declaration has only these six! each '''rodeo performance with pursesto right to a portion of the income.

3ines: 'for figures: \ }I be announced. A rodeo parade : Where the citizen is a trustee, co-

1. Estimated income and victorytax I is set for 1 p. m. Saturday, and a !,trustee, or where he can change the 1'INSURED
cowboy barn dance will be held in terms in direct
for 1943. or any way manage or r ,
2. Estimated income and victory I the Okeechobee Legion Hall at 9 I the operation of the ,trust or
lax withheld during entire year. p. m. Saturday and Monday nights. i any part of the trust, he must still
pay the intangible tax. :f/1 / 'Y2:Xrl4,
3. Estimated tax after deducting pL.
"estimated tax withheld (item one Southern Farm- yr '' av tP%s} G iAiYrL y tjj y'r"i 2y t % ;
1 "
minus item two.) i wr'.iu

4.' Total payments to collector I (Continued from page 1) J. M. COUSE I .

',during 1943 for 1942 income tax. Open savings account. keep it growing
I fairly liberal.. Best hens and brood( Counselor a .
5. and Attorney ai f.av
Unpaid balance of estimatedtax
er fryers are still at ceiling levels,
(item three minus item four.) with less attractive offerings weaker. Hopkins Building I

6. Amount paid with this decla- All early marketings of turkeysare Wednesdays and 'Saturdays I Buy War Bonds & Stamps
"ration (Not less than one-half of
going to the armed forces, which I 0:90 to 4:00 I II
item 5/) have requested 10 million pounds,forj I I lI!

At the time of filing, declarations overseas shipment. Restrictions on
i must be accompanied by at least one- : civilian use were extended during the I
*half of the amount of tax still due, past week to include turkeys in cold
as shown in Item 5 of the declara- storage as well as live offerings. Johnson's Fish Camp Ii j

tion entitled "Unpaid balance of I The feed ,situaiton is still tight although (Near Hurricane Gate) i t l I I t
estimated tax.' The second half the 1943 cottonseed crushing Clewiston, Fla. '
must be paid by December 15, and season got under way in the coastal' Boats and' l\Jotors-Guide Service 1L I I t I o .
I a final return for 1943, together plain area and supplies of grain by- ''Rates Reasonable, I t nil

"with a declaration of estimated income -! products feeds were slightly easier. W. H. Johnson, M r.

tax for 1944, ,must be filed by Price ceilings were announced on I ..

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