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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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i THE CLEWISTON NEWS



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"'OLUME 141'IBER 40 CLE\VISTON', FLORID." FRIDAY, SEPTEIDER 3, 19-13 HTTR"CRTP'I'Tn._ "'no. ___ _
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"Lum and Abner" Will I Shoe Shop Moves I
MOBILE X-RAY UNIT ELECTION TUESDAY I CLEWISTON WINS BY

Appear In Show Here To New LocationJ. I

TO VISIT SECTIONIN FOR 3 MEMBERS OF 133 VOTES TUESDAY

"Lum ,and Abner," that comedy C. Williams who ;
II recently mov-
EARLY OCTOBER team which provokes many mirth CITY COMMISSIONA ed his modern electric shoe repair
ful hours on the radio, will appear I LARGE VOTE CAST
in a full length comedy feature a shop to Clewiston, has located it in
-
1 the Dixie Crystal Theater September the building next door to Christian's -
The following liter has been received A city election will be held in
8, and 9. Barber Shop, since he had to vacate The proposal to
.. nominate
"" from Dr. Paul Coughlin Clewiston next Tuesday, Septemb and
J. relative
__.r I The picture is titled "Two Weeks the room in the Baker Filling Sta-I elect county
7th, to erect three members of the commissioners in Hen-
to Mobile unit which
a X-Ray to Live" and these two small-town tion where he first opened. ,
City Commission. The four candidates dry ,on a county-wide
basis
; as to visit this section in October: I boys on a spree in the city is good for I Mr. Williams hopes those in needof won in

I -fir. Keathley Bowden, Editor scores of laughs. There's nothing qualified for the office are E. J shoe repair will find it. convent Tuesday's special election by a vote
E. Kelly J. A. McGehee, C. E. Miner I
1 ent to call at his of 492 to 359
deep or chesty about the picture, but new location, and a majority of 133
: lewiston News, and W. C. Owen. :
those who need a bit of relaxation he will endeavor to continue with excellent votes. The bill :was
: -Clewiston, Florida. I will find it one of the pleasantest in Mr. Kelly and Mr. McGehee are service in all kinds of shoe Voters League sponsored by the
present members of the commission of Clewiston Com-
i Dear Sir: many months. repair work.OVERSEAS.
whose term expires at this, time. The munity and it was the vote in the
The Mobile X-ray Unit from the I
: third member whose term Is expiringIs Clewiston precinct that put the vic-
\ .Florida State Board of Health willie
F. Deane Duff, mayor, who would tory across.
coming into our territory during JOHN H. MALOY TO XMAS
not become a candidate for the commission 'The Clewiston 'precinct
voted'
the early part of October to take : 420
.X-rays of the people in these terri for another term. for the new law and 14 against it,

tories.. It is a wonderful" oppor- BE HERE SEPT. 6TH The election will be held in the GIFTS. SHOULD BEMAILEDBYOCT.15 an overwhelming victory for' the

tunity to have a mass survey made Community Center room of the City League's measure. In the western
Hall Building, and polls will be end of
open the county the four remain-
of the chests of our community to
from 9 a. m. till 7 p. m. ing precincts voted 72
determine the amount of tuberculosis TO HELP TAXPAYERS for and 345
present.Tuberculosis. I The two candidates who'receive against the measure.
the greatest number of Totes in the I East
has often been called LaBelle's vote was 19 for andy
election will be elected for four
the white plague. From time im John H. Maloy, Ji., deputy col terms and the candidate year j I Christmas gifts may be mailed b 89 against; West LaBelle was 31 for

memorial the rate of tuberculosis has lector of internal revenue, has ad the next receiving I parcel post to Army men and women and 145 against; Denaud precinct
greatest number of votes
jumped considerably during 'wartimes. vised the newspaper that he will bin e will overseas only between September 15 voted 9 for and 63 against and Felda
be elected for a two term.
When people work extra the Post Office at Clewiston on Election officials appointed year the and October 15. After the latter. voted 13 for and 48 against.

hours, work at more strenuous jobs; September 6th. commission Robert by date, such parcels may 'not be mailed, A total of851 votes were cast,
are George,
living conditions become cramped I I Mr. Maloy; is making this trip Clerk, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and unless a written request from the making 426 necessary to win the

;and proper nutrition becomes a through the territory in ,order to assist Mrs. G. H. Small, inspectors with soldier for the article is presented ll election. The measure carried by

problem. We should all be con- taxpayers in the preparation of ,the following alternates, Mrs. G. B. !|with each parcel. No soldier should Ii 492, or 66 votes more than the required -
scious of the fact that' these conditions the filing of forms 1940 ES as of the have i to ASK for a Christmas gift; margin.
Rackstraw
15th of September 1943 under the Mrs. Charles M. Pirkle [so gifts must be mailed !
now exist and tuberculosis Jand on time.j The Voters
|! Mrs. W. L. Lott. I League in arguing for
should be suspected, when patients new current tax payment act for' the I _____ ; The Navy also urges that gifts be!I the measure urged citizens to vote

have a cough, which persists over year ,1943. mailed between September 15 and and said "Since commissioners;

three weeks, sudden enexpected loss Mr. Maloy will be available at this! October 15.Reasons I your county officials and direct the are

of weight; coughing up of blood or. time, and since many persons are COUNTY WAR BOND for the early mailing operations, of your whole county,

persistent' pain in the chest still little confused no theirrespon- dates are: The vast distances that your' support of this measure is solicited -

Anyone who Is subject, to anyone sibilities in connection with this the parcels must travel to reach our and requested. To be adopted -

of these conditions ,should 'consult form, It is hoped that all who can QUOTA IS PLACEDAT men at war fronts and stations the it must receive a majority of the

his family physician im will take advantage of the oppor world over; frequent transfers of -votes cast at this special election all

mediately. People should not be tunity for: help, offered them. HALF thousands of men from one locationto over the country."

afraid of ,tuberculosis::in 'the" ,sense e, Taxpayers: are advised, however,, MILLIONHendry another, which means forwarding The county commissioners
that they fear a ,hopeless condition. that In: order to complete this decla of the mail and consumes additional the Western the from'

'T bercul6sis'can'be'c red ,If diagnosed ration, they must, have certain information time; the necessity for giving Davidson, George end of county, J: O.
County has been L. Poole and A.
assigned
.' : that has not been heretoforrequired' preference to reinforcements, arms,
:J.O' early, and it is, when symptoms e J. Evers
a goal of $502,310, in bond argued against the
measure -
war purchases munitions 'medicine
in
In the'preparation | and food allotment
first begin to appear that the of In-
, during the Third War Loan : and in a form letter sent out
Tax returns. of shipping space\; which
'patientS should consult their fam come The following i i. to
: : 1 an outline' of the information campaign which opens September 9, often means that the shipments off all voters said: "We feel that the
ily doctors, ,because ,jit is .the family requir-| people living within
and C. V. ,Parkinson the district are
chairman o
gifts wait.
ted must And it.
physician who first 'sees the patient and localdeputy collectors- have #js Dost '
I
' and j the drive for Clewiston, said todaythat urgent that gifts be delivered to the capable and qualified to judge who
requested ,
can dOth most for him.: taxpayers to be ,sure anbringhis d can and will '
In spite of the :;b neficial ,climate [ ..: Information' with them ,it will take the supreme effort men IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS., tokeep We also feel that best'represent them.
of all Hendry County citizens to raise Hendry County is
d that exlsfsOn*,this ''territory : '!J.a.0, ?I,ptjsUng"asslsiance: _. '] ? .theirrspirit, high.
: ; we stnihave this quota in this drive. still part, of. 'a Democratic country '
a lew: -tuberculosis 1'. ESTIMATED "VICTORY The' only way.;to insure against I
cases of that TAX} Mr. Parkinson Is, chairman of the I and :it should not, be necessary for
have been discovered. and it has'been WITHHELD. This is the 5% tax) committee for Clewiston and a disappointment for the fighting men any of our law abiding citizens to see
is to _
estimated that there are five cases which has been withheld from wages'between separate committee is being appointed buy at once and mail early and pledge himself to any, one group,

of tuberculosis'undIscovered for January 1,- 1943. If th ed by state headquarters with members mail your gifts as soon as poss'lbleafter company, or corporation and receive

every case that has been discovered.It .' taxpayer has not kept a record of in the Western end of the coup date. the September 15 starting their blessings before becoming a

is well for us to keep these these amounts or has not retained ty to handle the campaign in Lan 'I candidate for election as county

things in mind during intensive efforts his pay check vouchers showing th 1 I Belle, Denaud and Felda., Since Gifts' may have to wait until vitally commissioner. The compensationfor

to win the war and remember amounts, it will be necessary for him gasoline rationing makes travel between needed supplies and equipment this position, is small, and a

that, persistent cough, unexplained to secure this information from his the communities difficult it have been shipped, to assure victory county-wide campaign is not justi-

fever, unexplained loss of weight; employer. This Information is not ,was decided that the committees and to save the lives of our men. If fied. A candidate could win in his

pain in the chest or persistent hoarse available at the Office of the Collector could function better if they were i the parcels are not 'mailed early that: home precinct by ,a hundred or two

ness should prompt any individual of Internal Revenue. I organized, separately. 'Katrl Lehman, delay may prove to be just enough to I:1 votes, but where the county-wide

,' to see ,his family physician 2. ESTIMATED INCOME TAX \ executive chairman of the Florida prevent their' arrival by Christmas: vote was in he could be defeated by

, PAUL J. COUGHLIN, WITHHELD. This is the new with- war finance committee, made a visitto Day. with consequent "disappointment a large majority. This would cause

:,.': \ Assistant Surgeon (R) holding tax which took effect on Clewiston and to LaBelle a couple to the men who are offering: a lot of dissention, sectional fights

U. S. Public Health Service., :July 1, 1943. In most cases the of 'weeks ago to assist with final their lives for their country and"I and hard feelings between different -

Y amount ,can be arrived at by taking I:preparations for the campaign, and. | ours.A. sections of the county, and would

Welfare Board the amount withheld from any one committee chairmen were named for: disconsolate soldier or sailor,not be for the best interest of the
Is
Aid payroll period and multiplying this j I the two committees. who thinks he has been forgotten at county." .

In by the number of such payroll periods | Mr. Parkinson has named several I Christmas obviously is not at his There' was an unusual amount of

Dependency Cases occuring during the six 'months'periOd j'sub-chairman to work ,on the campaign best. So the gifts MUST be mail interest shown in this election, as

from July 1, 1943, to De- plans with him. '"These are ed on time so that. they can arriveon special elections usually do not at-

FORT (Continued on page 8) W. C. Owen, vice-chairman and time. tract a large percentage of the
MYERS
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Sept. (
Special)
chairman of campaign promotion; Rules for Christmas mailings to, voters. There are 1675 voters qualified -

-Visitors attached to the social i j!Ralph j Bond's Nephew E. L. Stewart, chairman of bankingand the fighting forces overseas were I ,.in the county and the fact that

work staff of the District 8 Welfare ( investment division; R. C. Wil made public in June for the guidance 851 'of them voted in this election

Board have made investigations of i j Is Victim Of Murder son, chairman of payroll savings division of early shoppers. They include I indicates the interest shown. Manyof

the dependency claims of 503 selec ; E. M. Cornette, community : the men voters are in 'military

tive service registrants, according to I division (including schools) and R. The parcel must not exceed five service and were not, able to vote in

announcement today of C. Parke Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bond were M. Bishop, chairman of organizing pounds, and must not be more than the election.

Anderson, chairman of the board. called to Bartow this week to attend a woman's division. 15 inches, in length or 36 inches i in -"

Investigations, which now number 'I services for Eugene Matthews, 14- I length and,,' girth combined. It Drivers Licenses Sold At

nearly 4,000, were begun on a year-old nephew of Mr. Bond, who Florida Ice ProductionIs should be marked. "Christmas par-

state-wide basis In 1940 in conformity had been- murdered there on August cel" so that it may be given special Hub Chevrolet Company'

with federal draft regulations L- 3rd. The lad was shot in the To Be Stepped Up attention to assure Its arrival beforeDecem'ber

and at the request of State back by a companion, Edwin Mar- 25.

Selective Service headquarters, authority L- tin, 15 year old youth, who confessed MIAMI mailed in any one week to the same Driver's licenses for 1944 are on
Sept. 1-CFNS)-In an
: for this purpose having been the crime and led officers to effort to member of the armed forces by or I sale at Hub Chevrolet Company and
granted by the State 'Welfare Board.. the body. The boy said that Eugene step up production from in behalf of the same mailer.: will continue to be sold at that location -
existing ice manufacturing facilitiesin
The inquiries are confined to dependency had "turned 'me in after I robbed The parcel must be well and for the nextmonth, accordIng -
claims alone, and no a filling station two years ago, the state Coleman Rogers, secretary strongly packed, in a container of to State Highway Patrolman R.
of the Florida Ice Association
commendations are..made by staff I and I wanted to get even." The two has been (Continued on pave 8) PV: TTnnirfrlr.. who has made the arrangements -
appointed production
coordinator
members as to whether or not the boys were trying out a gun about a for the sale in Clewistonas
registrant shall be accepted for military i half-mile from town when Edwin by the Planning and Production Kiwanis Plans Next a convenience to Clewiston motorists -
Committee of the ice industry
-
service. seized the opportunity to shoot his!' of Florida. I who might otherwise have togo .

Recognition of the value of the companion when his back was turned. Program On AgricultureAt to, LaBelle for their driver's li-
service is shown by requests by both The slain youth was a son of Mr. Rogers has completed a survey' of censes. .

federal and state draft authorities Bond's sister''. Mr. and Mrs. Bond the northwestern section of the Motorists 'are already beginningthe

that the State Welfare Board assistin went up to Bartow for the services state and will report his findings to the Kiwanis Club meeting Wed- purchase of licenses, which will

screening out those selectees whose: Tuesd y- and returned yesterday.c a committee meeting early in September. nesday evening, C. E. Miner gave a be ,in force for one year from October -
Following this, he will
history indicates a possibility f talk 1st. Last
---- to Kiwanians expressing ap- year there were,
mental instability.Richard Stores Will Close of complete the state.his survey on the balance preciation for their efforts in gel- 2424 licenses purchased in Hendry

ting out the vote In Tuesday's elec County and it Is expected that as

1 Dodge To Speak Here Labor Rogers states that he has received tion. He, said it was unusual for as many will be bought here again this

j Day splendid cooperation from ice manuI I large a percentage of voters to cast year. A large proportion of these,

1 At Community Church -- facturers in the area visited and has their ballots in a special election as are Clewiston residents, so unless mo-
I
Stores bank already brought about considerable voted in this one, and he gave muchof torists do take advantage of the op
1'j- ______ offices in Clewiston, and most business improvement in areas where the Ice the credit to the Voters Leagueand portunity to shop early for, their licenses .
will
be closed problem
t,;. Richard Dodge, of Miami, will be all day Monday, September 6th, in i had become acute. to the Kiwanis Club which cooperated there will be a terrific rush

t ; the speaker services' at the Co observance of Labor Day. The in efforts to get everyone toward the' last of the selling period.
" munity Church here Sunday morn United States Sugar Corporation office While it may be too'early to start qualified and out to the polls on election I "Mr. Hamrick is giving{ driver's

',,.. ing. Mr. Dodge is not a minister, force will enjoy a long holiday I I preparing a landing place on your day.: licenses at the Hub Chevrolet Company :-

,: but is associated with the work ofthe weekend since the office will be garage roof, aviation authorities It was announced by W. C. Owen, every Saturday afternoon. If a

state parole board and is a splendid closed all day' Labor Day. I I contend the helicopter will replace president, that C. A. Thomas, of the person had a license last year, he
arid worth-while-speaker. the family: car for distant travel after agriculture committee, will be in needs only to send In his old license ,

The'public is cordially invited to There has been no special observance the war. Nash-Kelvinator haveplans charge of the program next week to be issued a new permit,
of the day planned for Clewis for
mass production
of "fam-
'r and will conduct it
;' attend these services. ton. on some phaseof Thus one person may-get permitsfor
fly type" helicopters after the war. agriculture. .
' 'x,,l ./ 0- the entire family.i .
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; %,:' 'I'; Private Hargrove! 5weet corn is very .

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z.hA"n Smart Fella "by Marion Hargrove ftCRVI W.M.U C*&. Y I I nice like. to'the e2t.rows of* i


-WIy to did his Sam wedding invite?" only married THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marion you an exercise that's so simpleit's corporal: .,sweated for forty-five min- kernels net -- I I
people Hargrove, former feature editor of the almost ridiculous. Even I can utes.
that he figured that all
the"Well presents in would u'ay be clear profit Charlotte (N. C.) News, has been inducted do it. Now, I don't want to hear "Are there any questions now, Pri- I ?4Jbys take my ;
Into the army and,has completedthe he's vate "
there admitting
anybody down Hargrove? bites the
first few days of bis training at camp. StW\e
in worse shape than I am. If I I thought for a while. "Yes sir "
,
A draftee called for examination He has given prospective Inductees advise
up
And
claimed exemption on the to "paint the town red" before ,can do it, you can do it-or else! I said. "That is, 'yes, corporal.' mzlte my dinner

of eyesight and getting Into the army and once In he He outlines the exercise and you What use,will I have for a rifle? I'm like I
ground poor evidence. tells them that "the first three weeks are begin wondering how a contortionist ,going; to be a cook." a gzme. \ ,
his wife I ,
brought along as the hardest. He has gone through the happened to wind up at Fort The corporal mopped his brow. :J'C Q, Q

experience of the army physical exam, Bragg. This self-styled "fat and "Well' Private Hargrove," he said,
One of the Many has been fitted with a uniform been flabby" calisthenics master doesn't patting' me lovingly on the shoul-

May-The artist says that 10,000 classified as a cook and has had a good have any knees or elbows. You der, "you'll find use for it. Ha! ha! r 0
had
won't buy that picture he has on so taste much of KP of the duty.latter In fact that, his he sergeant has stand there waiting to hear his spine In[ the first place, you can peel potatoes -

exhibit. is beginning to despair. ,So Is Private fall apart under the strain, but he with a bayonet. And in the

Sam-I'm one of the 10,000. Hargrove. He has completed a KP session comes up all in one piece. second place-if you're as good a WNU Features.

,'and returns to his quarters. "That's the way I want you boysto cook as you are a soldieryou'llneed

do it," he says, beaming cheerfully it every day. After breakfast,
SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN lunch, and supper you'll need it to
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
M OOL9kE 50 CHAPTER IIII "One. Two. Three. Four. Five. protect yourself from murder at the
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Six. Seven. Eight. One. Two-" hands of your comrades in arms."

WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY tiptoed into the squadroom so The first three or four times are -
that the wouldn't notice
sergeant the hardest. After that, you get the
that I was wearing fatigue clothes. "See here, Private Hargrove," the
swing of it. It's really tame stuff, PHOTOGRAPHY
Sensitive Dogs His voice rang out to me as I sergeant sighed. "Can't you try

_ The German shepherd dogs that passed his door, and I slunk in you"The decide.next exercise," the ser- just once to do something right? 8x10 portrait enlargement, August special
says
accompany coastguardsmen on guiltily.The Don't you want to be a credit to the from any size negative. In frame 93c.
detect the geant, "is what we call the quar- Nn-Tone Fobs, Box 105. Pottstown. pa
night patrol duty can sergeant's face showed that platoon? You don't want us to be the
ter, half and full knee bend. It
presence of a stranger within a' he was hurt. "You were on KP worst bunch in the battery afterI111
goes like this. He shows When
surrounding area of 350,000 square again today, weren't you, Har- you. REMEDY
you see it, the corners of your mouthgo _
yards. grove? in a of derision (unless
up sneer
PELLAGRA!
"It was all the corporal's fault, I
the corporal is looking). Ho Hum, x Thirty years experience. Thousands successfully -
sir, I said, looking around to make treated. Write DK. W. E. JEN
jo sure that the corporal wasn't thereto you say to yourself. Why do they KINS P. O. Box COI-B, Macon Georgia
SUC'AR t EEDED
defend himself. "Just because I take up time with this play?,

"Exercise one, two, three,
right-faced a few times when I was, OPPORTUNITYDO
!Ir EASY-YO-MAKE supposed to left-face, and I zigged four- Quarter, half, full recover.
Your knees get That Tired Feeling YOU WANT A BUSINESS of your
when I should have zagged and be-
? Big profit business by mail.
after the third time. After the sixth 3c
'ALL-BRAN MUFFINS cause I forgot and smoked in ranks } 1 brings details. MVATT THOMAS
-and a few other ,things like that." time, you feel your eyes getting Box 192. Fittsboro. N. C.
glassy. After the ninth, you're float-
I Here's already favored recipe "
an "And
said the sergeant shakinghis
that's gaining: new wartime fame head turned ing in space. By the time the exercise Air Speed by Knots
,ALL-BRAN Muffins without sugar! See sadly, "you just is over, nothing matters any The air '- speed indicators in
;for yourself how the flavorsome crispness around casually every time he or- more.
!1 of KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN gives these dered 'about-face.' And you kept Before many navy planes show the rate
I delicious muffins a texture and taste watching your feet all through drill. you have marched off the of velocity in knots instead of
: all their ownlKellogg's! drill field you notice that you still statute miles per ,hour.
And of all
you stayed out step morn- haven't collapsed. In fact, you find
All-Bran Muffins ing and you took those plowhand to your disappointment that you're

,X shortening tablespoons 1 ft cup cup flour milk e strides of yours and walked all beginning to feel good. All lim- 'w
salt over the man in front of you. And bered
%
% cup corn syrup teaspoon up.
1 egg 2} teaspoons you sassed the drillmaster three
-I zi- "In the first place peel
can
1 cup Kellogg baking powder times. And you generally spoiledthe you /
%
All-Bran potatoes with a bayonet.
Cream shortening and corn syrup whole morning's drill. Why can't By the time Congress says I may / pI ,

thoroughly; add egg and beat well. you be a good boy and .learn the go home and be a mere civilian we've been the best for so long, do
Stir in All-Bran and milk let soak drills?" again, I suppose I'll be the best soldier you?" ,
until most of moisture is taken up. "I don't to be bad sir I at Fort At least "
Sift :flour with salt and baking powder mean Bragg. I seem "Please, sergeant, I begged him,
; add to first mixture and stir only said. ,to get more.individual attention than "couldn't I just stay inside for this

until flour disappears. Fill greased "And that's another thing," the anyone else. Private tutoring, I always once? They'd never miss me at rifle

muffin pans two-thirds full and bake sergeant moaned. "Why must you tell the boys. inspection. I'd be very quiet and
(400 F.)
In moderately hot oven
about 30 minutes. Yield:'8 large muffins say .sir' 'to tHe noncommissioned of- We were at work the other morn- nobody would ever know."

3 inches in diameter, or 12 small ficers and forget to salute the com"That's ing learning how to handle a rifle. He ignored the request. "Try hardto

muffins, 2i inches in diameter. I I The sergeant was putting us through remember, privatethese few I

our paces. simple things. When the officer

"Hargrove," he said with infinite reaches the man next to you, open
Praise From the WorthyIt
sweetness, "where is the balance of the rifle. When he grabs your gundon't ".
is the possible praiseto Q
greatest' d your rifle?" : hang onto it or "you'll have a Warner Bros. pid ,
who is him-,
be praised by a man e
y reJLi "This, is all the supply sergeant bellyache for two weeks. When he star of reCO' retch
the fot
self deserving of praise.-From gave me, sir," I' said. "I thoughtit throws it back to 'you, don't catch it : i "5trowbet

Latin. was all here." with your chin. And when you getit Calox

( V\; The sergeant slapped his foreheadand back, snap the trigger. And heaven liats ue.pQ1pDER

xYOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM mumbled something furiously help, you if you ball this thingup 1'
.
under his breath. "Wonder-child," !" .,

he said, "this (pointing) is the bal- The forces of Destiny placed me

HOT flASHESIt ance of your rifle. I can't imagine second in the front rank at inspec Alcohol Candles

why they call it that, unless it's be- tion. We stood at attention for three

you suffer from hot flashes dizziness cause when you hold ,the rifle there minutes before the inspecting officer Alcohol can be frozen by liquid
distress of "Irregularities", are air into candles that burn like the
with one hand, it's balanced. He approached. For seconds afterwe

weak times-due nervous to Irritable the functional blue at 1111DI 1h1 11i then went on for a few minutes, explaining brought our rifles up for inspection ordinary variety.

"middle-age" period In a woman's a few of the things I had a fly which seemed to be a lit-
life-try Compound-the Lydia E. Plnkham's best-known-Vegetable i still failed to master. tle larger than a June bug landed on

medicine you can buy today that's "Now do you understand it?" he my forehead. The sergeant shot a

I made especially women.Pinkham's asked, beaming at me with a look warning glance across my bow andI
thousands Compound thousands has of helped --- made of' all sweet accord. decided to humor the fly. It wouldgo
upon women -
to relieve such annoying symp- all, Hargrove," he said, "No, sir," I said. away soon, I told myself, although / I Cap.crash= Apprcaior-= ,
toms.Follow label directions. Pink- mopping'his brow; "you're not sup- The sergeant sighed wearily. I knew it wouldn't.- makes"BIACN LrAF4D"
ham's Compound Is worth trying posed to salute a non-commissioned JUST A couuu+ rARrxta
"Private Hargrove, he said, "right The inspecting officer still had not DASH iN FEATHERS..
"
officer-just go to bed. ; down by the next barracks there's a begun his rounds. He was waitingfor

I missioned ones?" He mopped his I group of young people who are prac- us to get off our guard. The
Ii
i forehead wearily. "Do you know ticing with rifles for the first time. fly demonstrated its impatience by
They haven't had theirs for three stepping up to double-quick in its
what the top sergeant told me today Get Your War Bonds *
?" days like you have. Run along pacing. "Oh, if I only had you ;

"No, sir," I, said, twisting my down there and see if you can keep alone!" ,,1 thought. The itching nose i To Help ,Ax the Axis
"
and up with them. became more insistent. A gnat mad '
cap awaiting the worst.
I tried. There was some confu- a three-point'landing on it and began
"He said-and don't 'sir' me-that sion about the orders, however. At playing about the left nostril.

when the the battery commander had the end of 'a movement where ]I I gave the sergeant a glance o tHECk "I A
on carpet yesterday
you you wound up with my rifle on left which said "This ..
my distinctly, can't .
stood there the table and ,
a shifted leaning feet on eight times., shoulder, the rest. of the detail had go on much longer. Something's go- \- IN 1DAVSTd
you your
theirs on the right. I noticed also "
ing to pop! His return glance said, b.
4 And saluted four times duringhis
you
"
that I usually finished a command in italicized words, "Bat just one ""
talk-and when saluted
you you long before the others. eyelash and I'll break your ,neck!" tape
a European heel-click and
I gave bowed. And when the captain dismissed The sergeant in charge of the detail Suddenly the inspecting officer for Malarial Symptom
commented on this, "You know, grabbed the rifle from the hand of
.
!
told him
(7irPr' you, you 'Thank "
Shorty, he said, "you have all of Grafenstein, who stood beside me.
i! you, sergeant' and forgot to salute
4I1 N these routines worked out much bet-
when left." His lightning swoop on the gun, cou- With Time
you ter than the War Department was pled with the speed with which Graf Time makes more converts than
"Was there anything else, sir?" I able to do them. Where it took enstein relinquished it, completely reason.-Thomas Paine.

,I II I asked in a whisper. them sixteen counts to complete the paralyzed me. An almost inaudible

V "That's all, Hargrove," he said, sixteen-count manual, you always groan made me look at the sergeant.I 34 44

1 i-ti1wI wiping great drops of perspirationfrom manage somehow to complete it in He was making furious grimaces at WNU-7

,I his forehead. twelve." me and his face looked as if he was i
The TROWEL SWAT is the handiest ,I was still blushing modestly when burst blood
II "Thank you, sir, I said. I saluted going to a vessel. He
i method flies while to employ on bothersome clicking my heels, and turnedto he called the corporal over. He kept wagging his eyes down to the sAnd

i First allow fly victory gardening. go. said something to the corporal, who bolt of my rifle. A split second be- ,
to rest on hubby's
self then, swing trowel in an osten- "Hargrove," the tired voice said. took me by the elbow and guidedme .fore the officer reached me, .I man- .

sibly devastating manner at the "You're not supposed to salute a gently around the building at a aged to pull the bolt. I Your Strength and

perched pest. Results are stunning noncommissioned Never mind, spot where, he said, the battery offi- I could see the sergeant unload-I ParIt
causing swollen muscles and marital Hargrove. Just go to bed." cers wouldn't see me drilling and ing freight carloads of potatoes for Energy Is Below: Wd-

i .rifts. A better way to get flies,is to -Ja'- thereby be discouraged."This me to peel. I could see the next any may function be caused that by permits disorder poisonous!of

," he said, pronouncing each weekend, with me restricted to quarters waste to accumulate. For truly many
Catd Ht uiIL "Just look at me," the exercise syllable slowly and distinctly, "is while the rest of the platoon en- when people-the feel kidneys tired fail weak to and remove miserable excess

I sergeant roars in a voice that wouldgo what we have come to call a rifle. joyed themselves in town. acids and caber waste matter from the

four miles against the wind. "Just I R-i-f-1-e. It is used for the purposeof The officer reached me several ,blood.You may suffer nagging backache;

; TANGLEF00T look! I weigh two hundred and eight shooting. Primitive man, we 'are lifetimes later. He looked at my rheumatic pains headaches dizziness,

j 1 pounds and I'm in the worst physi-, told, did not have a rifle. Primitiveman face and sighed wearily. Then, with getting Sometimes! up frequent nights:: leg and pains scanty, .weU urination nr-

i cal condition I've ever been in! I was forced to bring down his infinite tenderness, he gently lifted with smarting and burning Is another
The old reliable that
fails.
Economical not rationed never, for sal* ought to be busted for the way I've supper with a knife, a spear,, a the rifle from my grasp. He inspected the kidneys sign that or bladder.something is wrong with

.t drug and stores.I allowed myself to get fat and flab- stone, a bow and arrows or his own it and handed it back to 'me as There should be no doubt that prompt
I
grocery
by I I'm ashamedl"You treatment is wiser than neglect.:: Use
I little primitive hands. though he was laying a brick on an Doan't Pill,. It Is better to rely on a
I look at the exercise sergeantand I nodded automatically and paid orchid or giving a hundred-pound medicine that has won countrywide ep-

wonder what he's leading up scant attention to all this. weight to his aged grandmother. He proval.than loan's on have something been tried less favorablyknown. aDd tested -

to. To you he looks like the "after "Today," he continued, "civiliza- sighed again and passed on to the many years. Are at all drug atoms.Get .

i\ taking" part of a malted yeast ad tion has been improved upon to the next man, whose rifle he grabbed Doan today.

s'r vertisement. He could probably lick extent that-" and he went on and with the confidence that the man

j\ THE TANGLEF00T CO. ZUar)3wq his weight in police dogs. on. After that we began at the be- wouldn't fall apart when he snatchedit.

J Grand Rapids, Mich. bonds His' next statement explains ev- ginning of the manual of arms and .

er 'hr.g.: "Now I'm going to show took each command slowly. The (TO BE CONTINUED)

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i Jones looked coldly at his friend ANOTHER.information on various subjects ?

(Lesson Smith. "A short time he ,
pPORrS ago, ....... --. --.........................................MMMn. .. .- .- .- ... .- .- .- ._.
rJI said, "I thought you never meant - - hMr .hh R.MhhhNA NN hti - -

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. 'anything you said. Lately I have The Questions 6. What is the scuttle butt on a
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. "
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) changed my mind. ship? ._
i i / Z i "Oh," replied Smith, somewhat
"and what caused 1. What was the most important
NewspaperUnion; surprised, you The Answers
: Released by Western Lesson for September 5 to change your opinion of me, mayI naval battle of World War I?

I TN HIS rough dismissal of Bucky ask?" 2. What was the population of

A Harris as manager of the Philadelphia Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected "You remember borrowing five this country when Washington was 1. Jutland.

Phillies William D. Cox, Council of Religious Education: used by dollars from me?". President? 2. The'population was 3,929,000.

club president, showed a remark- permission. "Yes." 3. what is the approximate cost 3. For a trained pilot, $27,000.

able lack of common decency. ISRAEL CALLED TO BE of training a U. S. pilot? 4. It is 4 p. m.
That fact called rather forcibly "You said that if I lent it to you, 5. The average length of time
'r. L<;' to Cox's was attention when the A HOLY PEOPLE you would be indebted to me for- 4. If it is 7 p. m. in New York, spent by an American soldier at
what time is it in San Francisco?
ever.
his meals is minutes at break-
;" E r> Philadelphia players LESSON TEXT-Leviticus 1914. 11-18,32.
" : issued an 'ultimatum r-' w'u. 34. "Yes." 5. What is'the average length of fast, 19 at dinner, and 17 at sup

which forced the GOLDEN TEXT Be ye holy; for I an "Well, you're keeping your word time spent by an American soldierat per.

\F '" president to apolo- holy.-I Peter 1:16. like a man." his meals? 6. A drinking fountain.

:. gize. It had. been officially -
announcedthat Labor Day, 1943, with a war-torn
world, finds us facing a social order
the ouster fol- deeply divided regarding the rights Acid Indigestion
lowed action of the 4 BETTER
and wrongs of the relationship be-
, :. club's board of di- Relieved In 5 minutes or double money back '
o tween man and man, especially cap-
But inasmuch When excess Btomacl.acid eanses painful suffocating -
rectors. -
,ital and labor. gas,sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
as Harris was DRESSMAKING prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known fore
'" ''For these many years we have ytomCHerelief-medicines like those in Bell-am
? : a member of the Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ans brings comfort in *
talked of a planned economy where jiffy or double your money back on return of bottle
:' board it was obvious to na.lie at all druggists.
;; kindness and justice shall control jail J e! 7CKt4 WtfttA Speau
that the move was Harris
Bucky dealings of man'with his fellow man.Butt .
r taken on a quorum
; '" basis. Harris could not be expected to accomplish such a result \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \\X\\\\\\\\\ When the word went out that
,':;' ,', to take part in his own dismissal. apart from the hand of God to guide soldiers overseas wanted pack: '_.
and restrain has proved to be im 1 3 .
,
' The disagreement between Cox ages from home-the response was ---"

, and Harris was a long time' grow- possible. ______ o so overwhelming that ,Uncle Sam
.' ing. Cox was a newcomer to the Selfishness and sin control too 7 -I B' A' reluctantly had to call a halt.' Today

baseball world. The early successof much of the thought and action of A \ due to shipping space, there
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the Phillies spoiled him. They our world. We need to be reminded --- are Post Office restrictions on

, gave him a false slant on his ma- as was Israel in our lesson, that packages to overseas Army men-

" terial and caused ,him to raise his God has called us to, be a holy, peo- J but you ,can still send packagesto
ple. His holiness is ,not just some- 3&=S $=5SiB : in the U. S. and
financial' hopes beyond all reason. p .. .. .. .. soldiers to
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He couldn't understand it when the thing of which- one'sings in a hymnor .n._-. .. '...., ." Sailors, Marines, and Coast
team slumped and the crowds fell talks in a sermon. It means Guardsmen wherever 'they are.

: off. among other things, real social jus- : & When you do, remember-one of

;, 'When Cox saw his club take six tice.Our : MO: 1 :rl::' :; %1. their favorite gifts is cigarettes,
lesson first of the -
speaks and the favorite brand is Camel.
;r.,. straight toward the end of May and '
,." double foundation of all social justice. Sales records in ,Post Exchangesand
then draw 37,176 at a Sunday ,
header with the Pirates," it gave hima I. Holiness .Heart ,Before God Canteens show that Camelis
too-optimistic feeling about the (Lev. 19:1-4). : first choice with men in,all the

whole'thing.Unhappy. Because God, is holy, His peoplewere ..m., ;... .m.. 'services. So send him that cartonof

,to be holy. It was not a mat- l4 M Camels today.-Adv.

., Day! ter of choice. or impulse. They ,be- -

Then' the Phillies lost six in a row longed to a holy God, they .were to ""w'I'
and 10 out of 13. Newcomer Cox be a holy people. = GET RHEUMATIC PAIN

was distinctly unhappy. There is an idea current in the \\v\\\v\\\\ AFTER
All during the time the Phils were, church today which has served Sa-, With a MYdleln*. that will Frtvt Hull

playing over, their heads, Harris, tan well, namely, that holiness .of' 'I N If you,suffer from rheumatic'pain

ever a realist, didn't,permit: himself life is something which is ,not required !?fAr. ,;f;.:.\\j/J!/(; : 'l'fi:: :;w.[rY )( fto/:: or for muscular realpain-relieving; aches,buy help.C-2223 60c today, $L

,0 to believe his club was going far ; that it is expected only of a Caution: Use only as directed. First
: beyond fifth place. He attempted to .few folk,who are:'spiritually ,minded v \\X\\\\\\\ \ \ \ \ XXX \\X\\\\ bottle purchase price refunded by
tell. Cox that he didn't have enough and that the other professed"fol :druggist if not satisfied. Get 0-2223.
,; of clothing be eyelet at outside end. The process ,of
couldn'tbelieve
ball Cox lowers of Christ
good players.. may go on living a CONSERVATION'' reinforcing a buttonhole slit' with long
that. ,worldly, careless, ''poyerlesslife.: It an ounce of'prevention. stitches and overcasting 'is shown at A
One of baseball's most able observers is the devil's ,own lie. ,God expects .- 'When we'think of where gar- and 1 B, in Sketch 1. The position of the fOR QUICK RfalEF y
;' Shirley Povich of he'Washington every Christian to be holy. ''ments wear out'first, buttonholescome needle and thread in making the purled
buttonhole stitch is shown at C. The
. ',: Post, said in.a recent column, Such rightness with God shows itselfin to mind. blanket ''stitch used for,the bar Is shownat

that Cox was far too'devoted torah- a Tightness with others, .which. The buttonholes of ,old garmentmay D.. Sketch 3 shows the method of
: : ':.' rah tactics. In part, Povich said: we-'note' as our second point: be reworked; those of inex marking? the tailored ,buttonhole at A: ,ASoothlne ANTISEPTICUsed -Q rl A I ftW Y/KT fci

:. ;,:,>'' ""Harris discovered that Cox was II. Holiness; of L Before- Men pensive ready-mades may be reinforced eyelet stitching, at around overcasting.marking,,'at D;B;method punching of by thousands with satisfactory re*-

r' :", calling in players for inspirationalpep (Lev. 19:11-18, 32-34). ; and those in ,new' gar- holding reinforcing thread,E and,F. The suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi
ments may be made both smart bar,at the inside end is shown at G. ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or writ
talks and invaded the dressing,, .
Nashville Tena.UNITED
How intensely practical and work- Spurlock-Neal Co., ,
and substantial with,evenly purled
room at will. Cox once wanted to able in daily experience were the

deliver a lecture on the bench, but ,laws here given to Israel. They are stitches. NOTE: If you are interested in having
R's' Harris talked him out of it. Coxwasn't Three types of worked buttonholes are more and better clothes for,yourself and
just as apropos to our 'present day. shown here. 1. The buttonhole ,with fan family, learn to sew. Today's lesson is ---
doing' the team or Harris 1. Honesty (vv. 11-13)). No stealing stitches at the outside end and reinforcingbar one of hundreds in the new 256-page book E'Dr
any good by sitting in'a box seat and at inside. 2. Buttonhole with bar at BETTER DRESSMAKING, by Ruth Wy-
perjury lying
,, no ; no no,oppression '
hurling insults at the umpires, of both ends.3.. Tailored buttonhole with eth Spears. Every phase of dressmaking: STATES
no withholding wages, none -cutting, fitting, tailoring, remodeling is
'meant well but
<, either. The man ; DNDSSTAMPS
could tolerated
of these for they explained with clear, easy-to-follow draw-
it was no way to run a ball team. dishonored God's name. Think what ILocksmiths Not TaughtIn ings and text. You will want to own this
"Before the season started, Cox the elimination of dishonesty' in beautifully bound lifetime reference book. "

; got some grandiose ideas,, about his dealing between men would accom- Schools; Experts Few Ask offer.for Address complete: MRS.information SPEARS'and, DRAWER special 'III :

: S-' Phillies. He thought about calling plish. Most of our social problems 12, BEDFORD IIILLS, NEW YORK.

t- them the' 'Commandos a name I, would be solved overnight. ,,Mer- ,
made-the Although there are 50,000 establishments "
that would have perennial
':: : chants would do well to' read verses
'l., last-place club even-more ridiculous. 35 and 36 in this connection. in the United States -
fun
:, L ': He told Harris that he wanted Commando which can duplicate a key, there Its no
2. Kindness (v. 14). The deaf
; bona fide locksmithswho
are only 2,000
: f-.: training for the players in the
cannot hear what we say about Il .
,':.:-:.. spring along with their hitting and have mastered the secrets of .ohaMALARIA
them, nor can the'blind see what we
all lock combinations. There are
fielding practice. Harris didn't like \
l' ','
a do. But the eternal God hears and '
it." no schools for locksmiths, no tradeor :: !
,,> sees, and He expects us to ,be kindto correspondence courses. The .

: Critics Answered them. art of locksmithing usually is : ", '

?;; Harris has a reputation for being 3. Fairness (vv. 15, 16). Some passed on from father to son, and -f' KiJ-

:4';;::<' one of the most patient managers assume that a man must be right the secrets of the profession .are

t :: baseball has ever known. When'the because he is ,rich. Others are carefully guarded. Locksmithing WHITCRSITH'S'TOflIC71J

; ':s Phillies chose to cometo the 'sup- equally sure that the poor are always requires great skill and sometimes I

'' :. "' ,/' port of Harris in his war with Cox worthy of sp.ecial'considera- :courage, particularly when a safe i

11.f". : ':.. it answered the critics who failed or tion.Note must be opened after being
k: &I refused to understand why base- the condemnation of the tale- "spiked" with nitroglycerin by unsuccessful .

!.: 1'b: II's wise men regard Bucky as a bearer. Every gossip who reads thieves.
y :!,, good manager. They knew he these words knows that'' God condemns -
't :; : wasn't getting a fair shake. that evil practice. Nor does
: & && ?? % '., 4 'v'k',?:Sry.,.;. "
. .: He countenance indifference :>Na. :;nn
:; ::1.-." Fred Fitzsimmons, the former to the ;"J I,
': "f.j; : Brooklyn pitcher named to manage welfare of others. Their blood cries [rt'f- ?y_ .V
:, r.-..:, the Phils, is a well liked player, but ,out to Him for deliverance (v. 16). CORPS

. /.:- his ability as a manager is unknown. 4. Love (vv. 17, 18). "Love thy i THE p\f'AIEt
';, :ct, Harris his "
: proved capabilities dur- neighbor as thyself. That is the 1f4
:,'; ing 19 years ot managing big-league, standard. How much have we doneto i :
teams. meet it? they say

: Fitzsimmons has two heartbreaking A rebuke may be necessary, but f

>' jobs ahead of him. He must try love ''will not permit grudges, or the \\6ENDTHE11IROTTLE

; r to suit Cox, who has proved his in- sleeking of vengeance, even when we Il

,. ':','' experience, and he must make have been wronged. WIND"or in a pr
i
a ,.:: something out of the Philadelphia 5. Respect (vv. 3, 32). God's "DOWN
club. Either job requires the pa- Word always ,stresses the need of a ; < bed
:': tience of a Job and the wisdom ofa right attitude toward parents. Chil- uSPIN IN"or go to ;.t, s's."' .
Solomon. need learn Wlth men
dren to anew the lessonof arette
"
ag : '
For a while the Phillies were giving verse 3. :.>> "C''AM.. for the favori !

more than they were able to and Then there are the aged (v." 32). I I tk in the service

time found them out. They got by Old age pensions doubtless have i;"'_ _* _A'Y'7'o/Y THE SERVICE

on hustle,and near-desperation. their place in our complex social or- FIRST IN

wore off and they were no longer der, but perhaps they would not be >,'j,"':'' "Z,
able to tear themselves to pieces. needed if men and women honoredthe Thefavoritecigarettit the :'",:""', :,:,

Cox couldn't realize that. He was hoary head and the} face of an in the Navy,the COast Guard t :;::t:'::.::1iis
,and f :
wearing rose-colored glasses and be- old riarines actual ,
man. ," CAMELS
.
lieved there r Camet. (Based on ,';j ::{W>,..n: ;
T
were no rough spots or
I A pension does not take the
)
placeof records- kV'v" ,
'<
detours the E sales >::<> ;
on road to success. honor and love for the aged even RATE FIRST PLACE

$, Harris club had realized-all definite to well-that the though it may pay the bills. God t k THAT
limitations. He has high standards. /t'il ME
I knew the day of miracles had ., v IH
: passed. 6. Consideration ,vv. 33', 34). The ; F FLAVOR AN DCA'M
j man who knows God will not be
Cox, a Johnny-come-lately, al- party to taking advantage of a, MILDNESS
EXTRA
lowed himself to be stampeded into
stranger. He remembers that he too

ill-advised reasonable action.amount Only of timeanda common has been a stranger. To meet with E L CANT BE BEAT .
loving kindness and tender care
sense-can remedy the situation.
when is in
one a strange place
Time, in his case, is not the important ,.
factor wise.should inspire one to go and do like- 4@?Mt t1 &fftw?:&}{;:r.<'WbfWi1






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,THE OLEWISTON NEWS I
PAGE FOUB FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 1943
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The ;Clewiston News (..:..:,:,,:,,:,: :,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,:,,:,,:"-:":":":":":":":":":" would stopped have the killed fight.the the cobra.mongoose as is the for same August over, which the United also means States, that government you just sayin'had that a letter your from son Jim the -

S OPA explained, that some motorists
is layln' dead in one of them furrizrheathen
Published evtry Friday In Clewiston. .Jim Bpardsley has given a sub- may have to accept used or recapped lands. it just ain't fitten.".
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS With scription to each of his boys in tires In September even though they Effie May leaned on the hoe and '
THC. service, so they can keep up with may be eligible for new ones. New looked at her neighbor with bleak
old home town. truck tires will be scarcer in '
happenings in the September level eyes. "Friend "
she said, "I ,
KEATIILEY HOWDCX, Editor Our Young Jim of course, is still in too, the OPA said. know you mean well, but you just ::
Boysin ,
'IP Gainesville as military instructor at I don't understand. This Is Jim's land
University of Florida. Dan is a September Meat Quotas
Entered as second class mall matter and it rejoiced his heart to see
February 1, 1927. at the Pest OfOce in private in the Field Artillery at Fort The War Food Administration has things growin' because it green

March/Clewiston 3,, 1597.Subscription Florida. under the Act or the Bragg, N. C., and Bob is Corporaland indicated little change in the Sep- his maw and the young'ns meant would that be

attending Officer Candidate tember allotments of beef and veal, eatin'. This is his hoe, and when
School of the Field Artillery, Fort but a decline in the pork quota. I'm hoein' I can almost feel his "big
Rate Z.OO 1'er Year..AdTertl"lng 4q1y Service Sill, Oklahoma. Mr. Beardsley said There may be larger allotments of strong hands under mine and hear-

Kate On Application. both the boys had written him to lamb. After the WEA makes an his voice sayin' 'That's good, Maw,
send them the News, so we are put- allotment of food to the armed forces that's good.' I can't afford any
them mailing list. and and to our allies under
ting
Devoted to the advancement and wel- on the lend-lease, stone monu-ment for Jim. Workin/
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. sending a few back' copies so they the remainder is turned over to the not weepin', Is the only head stoneI
M:"NNNNN NNNNN NNNN:":N N-:":":": ":':N: can catch up on "who Is where" of OPA for distribution through point can give him. So if you don't

the boys in service. rationing mind, neighbor I'll do
t my grievin'in
A new WAVE is included in our "
my own way.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL column this week-Marie Robbins, From Aberdeen Proving Ground Time :To Change Points

a former Clewiston girl, has enlisted comes word that Stanley A. Mc- Food stores will be granted an
m ssoclATiaNToo in the WAVES and reported last additional Florida Holding Groundin
Corkle has been promoted to cap- day's time, effective Sep-
I week at Hunter College, New York] tain. The promotion in rank be- tember 8, in re-making the point

City, for basic training. Marie is came effective about a month ago. values of rationed foods when the Fight Against Cancer

a niece of Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Congratulations, Stanley. point values are changed. Previously -

Joseph Robbins. She lived in Clew- OPA ,has required stores to remark -
iston with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. -- TAMPA, Sept.FNS)- Mrs.A. .
".x.--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. E. Robbins, for several years and Carl Mrs.Hansen Broaderick's, writes from brother Port, Lt.of become point effective values which as soon placed as they 3- Malcolm Smith State Commanderof

from school here. the Florida Division of the Women's
graduated high -
Spain, Trinidad, where he has been burden on many stores.
The Washington, D. C. Post carried Field Army of the American
stationed for time. He
some says
Late To Classify enlistment.It Society for the Control
Marie's of Cancer
a story of he is getting along fine now. He Ratio-Free Shoes I ,
is headed by an excellent pictureof announced ,today that Florida is determined -
was injured, and sustained a broken '
Non-leather
KAY snoes with
RUSSELL soles containing -
By with to hold the
ground gainedIn
Marie sounding a bugle a
leg, but he gives no details of how a small percentage of '
be- reclaimed the fight against
bugler from the regular Navy cancer.

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,..:..r_ ;_"_;"A;"A;";_"_;".;"."""".'..J..>",.'u'"."'H'. .. side her. The story says: I, was the injury at the came time.about He ,likes or where the climate he-: grade friction. rubber,scrap, or ,made from be sold low As a direct result of knowledge-

- Made my first trip to Miami in I 'You've got to get up you've got j I in Trinidad, says it isa, grand. ration-free, OPA has may announced. concerning the dread disease that
to get up, you've got to get up in the has been disseminated by the Wo-
at
island
nearly two years and while I was although hotter than Flor- Such shoes would have soles made
it decided to "go the whole hog" and morning'-and that goes for Waves ida. However, the happiest day will principally of wood, rope, 'fabric, or men's Field] Army, hundreds of lives
To make of this, the Navy have
too. sure been saved
she said.
in the be ,
when he to Clewiston
take
visit Key West and returns fibre, containing not more than 15
services of
Shands Sub-committee hearing. yesterday enlisted the which seems to him now like a little per cent of reclaimed rubber. Mrs. Lucy R. Milligan of New-
Nature didn't build me for Miss Marie L. Robbins, who has I bit of Heaven. The boys are all York has been named National, COmmander -
Mother played the bugle for 15 of her 20,
The job of looking forward with eagerness to and comes well equippedfor
present day bus travel. Rationing Program On The Air
is task for a timid years, and sent her off as apprentice I the time when they'll be back, and the post as an experienced leader-
boarding no Each
one USNR. Friday at 9:45 a. m., radio
seaman, !
the folks back home are looking for- of women's groups. She resigned
as
kind of a cross .
be 1
eoul.; You gotta a station WTSP, St.
Robbing in Petersburg (1380on
_"Seaman. !! is following director
and a Bargain ward with equal intensity. of the women's division of
between a football player the' footsteps of her father, who wasa the dial) presents a 15-minute
the National Association of ,Manufac-
counter rusher if you expect to bugler in the Navy during the last program entitled "On the Price and
turers to
We're just a little bit late-a few The undertake her new duties.
get anywhere.The world war. Daddy Robbins, who is Rationing Front. informationis
long trip over the Florida a defense worker 'somewhere in a weeks-sending them but congratu- official is supplied by OPA, and Mrs. Spessard L. Holland Is serving

Keys is still as 'enchanting as ever, trailer town in Florida'; made sure lations to Dick Hoks, out in the Pa- is addressed to home-makers.. The as Honorary State Commanderfor

but difficult to appreciate when you that his daughter ,was to 'get 'em up' cific, on his promotion to Chief Car- program is sponsored by the Flor- Florida and will lend her personal

are seated over the wheel and get the in the Navy by rejecting a: request penter's mate. Dick has been doing ida Power Corporation which .serves 'efforts toward furthering the enlistment -

full benefit of the foxholes-and from his daughter to let her Join good work and plenty of It for the many' communities In South Flor- campaign! in the state'.

take it from me, there, are plenty' of the Marines. .._. > .p j *.{J.->u.i"Under Sea-Bees. far .from home for many I ida. : 'I' The Women's Field Army Is the
'em on the 'Overseas Highwa9.p age and therefore In needof months,- 'and the promotion is well- lay educational arm of the Societyand
I earned. For those who are as, ignor- Is composed of more than 350-
last West it
time I was in Key parental approval, Marie decidedto Book of Verse Compiled
houses and ant as we were that is a Chief Pet- 000 women throughout the nation
was a city with a lot of : join the _WAVES, Slie'will: :report
ty 'Officer's rating. whose objective is to teach the public
few people now it is a city runningover .
; i for training at Hunter College and By Pvk Don BlandingTAMPA
t s't
with people and not enough I k- the early signs of cancer, and: the
after finishes school
then, girls, she ,
houses. ,-, l I II It'll be Marie calling you out of bed Home on leave this week are ;:;:'; '".:.', __ knowledge that cancer can be cured
old, Duke and M. D. Royals, Har-I jf discovered in its early stages. .
The hotels quit renting rooms a at 4:30 A; M. Sept. 1FNSDon
long time ago. Now they try to give "Seaman Robbins.'came to Wash- the Sea-Bees, but from widely separated .- Blanding of Ft. Pierce, who joined "--,r.ter.. jI
bases. Harold Is still at --
you a bed or a cot and you share ington from West Palm Beach, Fla.,'' Camp the army as a private a year ago, I Citrus Committee
Peary, Virginia. Mack Royals :
your room with whoever or what- a year and a half ago'' and lived here came advises that he has compiled a bookof
down from Sitka Alaska where he
ever happens to be in it. I drew a at 1325 Shepard St. NW. She was verse from material gathered d in
was on assignment with in- Sent ToWashingtonLAKELAND
court reporter and a Coast Guards- employed at the Public.Roads Administration a crew the training camps and army posts.As .

man, and found them both likeable FWA. Marie has playeda specting air-bases. He's spending a a "private in the ranks," Bland- 'ir
short furlough here getting
room-mates. I bugle and trumpet at summer business connected with his some ing. has been "sweating it out," taking Sept. 2-(Special)-

Uniforms are everywhere in evidence -: camps and at American Legion Post I erty in shape since the death of'prop-his his. turn at guard duty and KP. The joint industry committee of the:

with sailors predominating, No. 12, West Palm Beach. wife a few weeks In this way he has come to know our Florida Citrus Commission and

and, a smattering of Army, WAVES, i "She confided yesterday that her ago. present day service men, their marketing agreement committees:

WACS and SPARS. A civilian is almost brother, Richard, II, is also playingthe thoughts, their reactions, their joys today appointed, a special committee -

an oddity. Nowhere in Flor- bugle, ready to carry on the RATIONINGCALENDAR and -sorrows. Looking into their to go to Washington the weekof

ida are you made more aware of the tradition of the'' Robbinses. The hearts and minds, he has taken what September '13 to discuss citrus

fact that there is a war on, and you Robbins family, you can easily see- he found there and as a master author price ceiling, labor supply, con-
sense that here is a community thatis is wide awake. i and artist has woven it into a tainer and other problems with Fed-

on the ALERT. What has gone "You better get up, you'd better book entitled "Pilot Bails Out." eral authorities.The .
Blue Stamps R, S and T good
on and is going on here in a mili- getup. '. In a letter to the Florida News special committee will con-
tary way is, of course, a subject that Marie will be in training at Hunter until Sept. 20; U, V and W become I Service, Blanding submits the following sist of the seven membess of the

cannot be discussed. Patrol planes College while, another Clewistongirl valid Sept. 1; expire Oct. 20. inspiring story which he joint 'industry committee, headed by \

and trim surface patrol ships are always Launita (Mrs. Gratton) George, Red Stamps-T, U, V"and W ex- states is true, and urges it be passedon Harry L. Askew, Lakeland, its cnair-'
pire 31 X Y valid until
Aug. and
is still there. Launita has few ;
in evidence and as they roar a : D. KeeneWinter Garden -
man, and R.
.
Oct. 20 Z valid 5.
becomes
weeks advantage in time however. ; Sept.
aloft or steam rapidly beyond the .
i Monument ; Murl] Pace Orlando; C. C. Com-
# I Sugar Stamp No. 14- Five'pounds,
horizon wonder what their mission -
you mander Tampa C. E. Lindsey, Lake-
A Florida back country woman ;
expires Oct. 31.
is in the vast area that is the Hager Lowe, who stopped in land and Marvin H. Walker_ Lakeland
hoeing out in front of her ,
I Sugar Stamps No. 15 and 16 was
Gulf and Caribbean. Clewiston for a four hour visit with secretary-manager of the com-
,
weather-beaten house. A neighbor
Each good for five pounds of sugar
Like many other Florida com- his folks just before being sent mission.
munities, Key West is suffering from overseas several weeks ago has been for canning purposes; good until stopped and leaned on the fence.
"Effie May" she said "it ain't fit- I
He Oct. 31.Shoe ,
"high bond pressure. Awhile back a very busy lad since that time. '
ten for to be hoein' out here today Manufacture of ,x-ray transformers -
you ,
18-Valid until
I Stamp No. .
they called in Dr. Roy E. Crummer is evidently out to best the family'srecord I
v when the whole town knows has just been 'started in India.
Oct. 31.
who, after a thorough examination, for "seeing the world," and I I II ,
recommended a treatment in the in a few short weeks has a lead on I A-6 Gas Coupons-Good until Nov. ...... \

form of a refunding program designed the rest of the boys. I'21. I :..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNNN. :..:..:NN:NN:NNN:..:HHNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNN:..:M:..:..,:%-
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to save the patient. Saturday Mrs. L. L. Lowe, Mrs.

Under the plan, the bonded Urey Waldron and Mrs. A. .W. Law- I Six Sets of Blue Stamps ji

debtedness of city, county in-\\ rence all received letters 'from Hager -! Blue stamps U, V and W in ration CLEWISTON H,

schools was lumped in a refund the first since he left the States. I book No. 2 become 'valid Sept. 1 and .
'
the interest rate cut in half and provision He wrote that he is now "some will be good through Oct. 20, the
for meeting future payments where in India" During his trip I'OP A has 'announced., Blue stamps jlj GOLF COURSE iL! ;

from the county's share of gasoline he stopped off in Puerto Rico for a R, S and T, which became valid

money without the necessity of an I short while, spent two weeks some- Aug. 1 will be good through Sept. .:. ';. ,
ad. valorem 'levy where in South America, was in 20, so that consumers will have six ; ::: I
According to witnesses testifying North Africa for a short stay and sets of blue stamps-those letteredR ::

before the Senate Sub-committee,I also had a while in Arabia. He has through W-with which to buy .I. ,. "' O j..,'.. ,. ..'.'..

composed of Senator John Beac1.Iaml sent home a box of souvenirs, whichof processed foods during the first 20 -" ., ,
:;: < ::,
of West Palm Beach Senator J.. A.I course have, not yet arrived. He days of September. -
'i-
Franklin of Fort Myers and Senator wrote that a snake charmer had Expired stamps which are not .5 -

J. Ed Baker of Umatilla, interferenceon brought some snakes, etc., out to used should be destroyed, the OPA ;: .. The Number of Golfers Is SteadilyIncreasing ., : .::

the part of high Tallahassee officials amuse the boys in camp there in India warns. __ ':. ':.-.
has threatened a college of and while he was quite entertained :- '.' s
::
.
the entire refunding program with he was glad to let the snakes Rod Stamp Days '

resultant loss to taxpayers of a keep their distance. He said the Hereafter all red (and later

million and a halt dollars. cobras were quite beautiful. He brown) stamps for meats, etc., will : ( s.
Mayor Willard M. Albury told in saw a fight between a cobra and a always expire on the Saturday near- HH HHHH: HH<
detail of his appeal to the State mongoose a small animal not much est the end of the month, OPA has } : :: ,

Securities Commission for their ap- larger than a rat, and said the mon- announced. This will give con-

proval of the program and he charged goose .:won easily and quickly and in sumers and the trade the advantageof ::: ... Good Greens .. :::

: Attorney General Tom Watson, fact, had not the snake charmer knowing the day they will expire f-

Comptroller J. M. Lee and TreasurerEd w.ra and permit them to plan accordingly. :

Larson, by refusing to recognizethe As in the past, the red (and I < HH: : H: H) f i-iI I
deal with Crummer or to release -I pressed the opinion that th& Key brown) stamps will always become ;

the funds to Monroe County's West refund appeared to be an exceptionally valid on successive Sundays.

credit from gasoline taxes, had plac- good one from the tax-
ed the city in a perilous position. payers' standpoint and more favor- Good and Bad Tire News :;: :., Meet Your Own Friends' There HJ' :ki

Witnesses testified that the arrangement able than could be secured else- There Is both good and bad tire -

with Crummer was approved where. They expressed the hope thata rationing news this week. OPA an- i ;, f

unanimously by city and coun- way could be found to work the nounced that eligibility rules had .

ty officials and that local legislation matter out and voted to call on the been broadened to provide recapped .. .... -.." ,. ." ,,.::...
providing for a referendum permitted Securities Commission for a statement tires to all commercial vehicles, regardless I;

the taxpayers themselves to voice in writing as to why approvalhad of the use to which they are ,

their approval. In spite of this the not been granted. put. Moreover, OPA announced that ;'

Securities Commission continued to Interest in the outcome of the in- Grade C "camelback" was now avail- ='YEARLY:= MEMBERSHIP ::
block the deal, their sole objection vestigation is general since a numberof able for recapping passenger tires.It .

being, to Crummer. other communities in the state was previously restricted to truck i
After listening for three and a face similar difficulties. The com- tires. s: DAILY GREEN FEES .

half hours to such testimony, members mittee will make a full report on Its The less bright side of the picture .:. .. :::

of the Senate Committee ex- findings at a later date. I is that the September tire quota ..:-:-:+:..: :..:..:..:..X-X..:..X..:..XK..:..X..X-XKKK-X..XK..X..:.}.X..:..X-X..X-: ..:..:.



. FRIDAY, SEPTEXmEli 3, 1043 THE CLEWISTON NEWS f PAGE

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Mrs. Fred Morrison and Mrs. John I Paul. Our Scriptures teach us that \ Vegetable Committee er member and president of the

: H. Doty of Vicksburg, Mississippi, we ought to pray for one another. I Sarasota club, who wandered off to

were visitors in Clewiston Monday. Christian, have you talked with your Faces Miami and now returns as Governorof

r L Personals ] They had been visiting in Jacksonville : Heavenly Father today,? What wouldour Uphill Fight Kiwanis, as honor guest at an.

and in Lakeland, and came: earthly parents think if we went inter-city; meeting September 21.

down by train spending the day in for days and would never speak to
WASHINGTON ,..!). C., Sept. 1 The event will be staged at tbjt
Clewiston with Willard Doty en them? How do you suppose God ,Lido Beach casino
with
(FNS) The Florida Vegetable' Dewey Dye!
for I route to West Palm Beach. to return' feels when we, his children, never of Bradenton
. Johnson left Saturday serving as chairman_
; Jimmy i Committee fac s an uphill fight in j
Uo thank for his
with relatives. Vicksburg. pause to even say you
Sarasota for a visit t
;" I blessings? Let us pray! its effort to establish ceiling price'shigh

I If you are a new comer into our enough to compensate for the ,Judge Harris Suffers
;. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey were PersingerKellyMiss I
visitors in Miami Tuesday. community we extend to you a cor- risks and costs involved in growingour Sudden Throat AilmentCounty
dial invitation to worship at the
: > crops, according to William L.
and Mrs. Letha Kelly and Captain I services of our church. You will ,Wilson, director of State Marketsand
Mrs. Alberta Whidden Thomas E. Persinger, U. S. Army, Judge R. M. Harris is
find friendly atmosphere and
member
in West a yoursoul a of the committee now
Urey Waldron visitors confined
were to his bed at Lee Memorial
in apretty
were married Monday; evening : will be blessed.
- working on the problem in Wash-
Palm Beach afternoon. Hospital
Wednesday in Fort
in at Myers where he
the lounge
; ceremony
We continue our studies in the ington. ,
:1;, 't .. Sugarland Recreation Center. The in I was taken Friday suffering a sud-
Book
of Ephesians the mid-week
r.s; Eddyie Currie of the Avon Park Rev. Wilson reports that all members of I den throat ailment. '
ceremony was performed by the services. This has ]I
;: >- .Bombing Range spent Thursday Second prayer study : the Florida delegation are cooperating -I Physicians in attendance advised
Henry S. Inabit, pastor of the :
,>: here with his family. Baptist Church in Sarasota. proven the most popular in our I but the outlook: is far from prom- (that he remain at the hospital and
church in many months. It has already ,
ising.
: in
------ i bed until the
nature
altar of the ail-
" The improvised was brought blessings to
;:,.,: Mrs. James A. Boyd of Leesburg ed with greenery and decorat-I many "Present indications are that ceil- ment could be learned. X-ray pictures >
of people, and having
" ?: is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. there were arrangements of pink many the greatest our crowds we in are ings will be placed on all vegetables.If I were taken and the films sent.

: W. T. Wheeless. gladioli beneath an arch of green service that have ever gathered prayer this is to be the case, we would away to be developed. The pictureshad
_
:" fronds. Lighted candles illuminatedthe like to have it done all at one time not been received as the News
the mid-week services. Join
othersin
1 ', ,' :. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley were pretty setting. and not dribbled out after plantingsare went to press this week.A .
reading the Book of Ephesians
'
"" .: week-end visitors in DeLand the. latter made.
:i-- After a program of prenuptial and meet with us in this service for recent survey by the magazine
'" part of the week. music, played by Mrs M. M. Prewitt, the discussion. Time 8:00 I). m. "Two other major problems are "Business Week" reveals that Amer-
; the wedding party entered the roomto being considered: Officials frankly
Choir practice immediately after ican flower
:
: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee and children -, growers and greenhouse
; strains traditional wed- admit there will
the of the service. not be enough new
prayer operators are turning to the
week's
returned from a grow-
have
'f; : ding march. Miss Ruth Middleton, The executive committee of the containers to take care of the'com- ing of seeds
and
; ; vegetables-Some
,'.(. .J\ stay at Daytona_Beach. I who attended the bride, wore a' dressof W. M. S. will have their regular ing ,crops. This means that we will have even added chickens as a sida
I I"i blue the bodice of lace and the need all the used containers we
; can
." meeting at the church Thursday at line. Retail Florists
Mrs. Ruth Wilcox of West Palm ( faced with
full skirt of matching net.. She car- get in order to' carry our vegetablesto
3:30 All officers
{' -Beach spent Sunday here visiting p. m. are urged to heavy demands, will look to Florida.
;t ried bouquet of and market. Labor and
% friends. a gardenias be present. wage prob- this winter for even larger quanti-

;:;"/' .: stephanotis.The The Sunbeams Mission study class lems are also being discussed with ties of ferns, glads and other flow

bride, who entered alone, wore will be held at the home of Mrs. little progress: being reported," Wilson ers. _
r1 Christine is few
t ;: Redish spending a ; I
.' weeks' in Jacksonville visiting Mis. a, wedding dress of white satin and 'Meador Thursday morning at 9:30 I!I said.

: lace. The close fitting bodice was .a. m. All Sunbeams of the churchare I I ..1I
;. : Carlisle Redish and other, relatives. of lace with a sweetheart neck line, requested ,to be present. Moth- PLANNING CELEBRATION I FOR SALE-22 acre,,

I and the skirt ended in a long train. .
that child has
. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and ers see your the op- I Moore
.
' Her veil and near Haven
was of fingertip length .
portunity to enlarge their missionary SARASOTA 1 FNS
daughter, Bonnie Faye, have returned Sept, -( ) -
hung from Juliet She car-
a cap.
vacation Fort outlook. While OPA restrictions preventthe Fla. bordering Port
from a .spent at I ried may on :
a shower bouquet of white
Myers Beach. The Junior G. A.'s will have a slaughtering of the fatted calf,

, ':. I gardenias and stephanotis.The mission study class at the home of local Kiwanians are planning a proper Myers. Stuart canal -
groom was attended by Lieu-
Mrs. Fred Sikes at 3
Thursday
p. m. celebration for
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wynne have tenant A. G. Schuber.A the return of a Write P. O. Box 142
afternoon. All girls of this age prodigal son, Herbert Sawyer, formworld's ,
returned
to Macon after
spending a I reception was held after the
group are requested to be present.
week here with relatives. Mr. Wynne Moore Haven Fla. 1
\ ceremony, when the bride cut her "If Christ was only a man, we are tp
expects to enter military service cake which decoratedin I
wedding was "
cursed for faith in Him.
our
great rivers. A northern
m next week t .. : red, white and blue.
'. stream, it flows
.r.J: I-l ;: throughgreat LOST-Tire tube and
Captain and ,Mrs. Persinger left Book ReviewsNew reaches of timber land that stretch ,
Mrs. A. W. Sias and Miss Pearl
., Whidden spent the week-end in 'Miami Tuesday' for a new Army assignment. unbroken toward the pole; omits wheel. 600 x 1 '6-ply..
Mrs. Persinger is from Starke, waters ships have moved for centuries -I
visiting A. W. Sias, who is in I Florida, and' has resided in Clewis- books in Clewiston Public Li- nad on its banks great historical Ward's Riverside De-

, the_. army, stationed. -, -in Miami. ton for more than two years, being brary-reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean dramas have been enacted. '
',
"" employed at the Inn. ,Captain .King i chairman. : I, I I The St. Lawrence is an international Luxe. No. J IR36923...

Harold Duke, C M 21c| ,. U. S. Navy Persinger from Seymour, Indiana, The "Rivers of America" series 'river; her rugged shorelines are at Reward. Paul Emricru

Sea-Bees, Is at home on a furlough and is an officer in the Army Air has been proclaimed by reviewers as once Canadian and American, and

,from Camp Peary, Williamsburg Corps. He came to Clewiston from
one of the most, interesting and instructive -, the people who live along them, of
Virginia. .tf *" Lakeland in November last ;year, as series of non-fiction books' no matter what origin, are citizensof I FOR SALE-Fine ,

who commanding office of Army Air to' appear in American literature. the North American continent. fry-

M. D. has been stat- Cadets at Riddle Field. The river is a living symbol of a
I i As much of the ,history of Americais ers. See L. J. Pape. l II !
ioned at Sitka, Alaska, with the the record of' progress along her great historical background and of

U. S. Navy Sea-Bees, arrived Wed- BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES .rivers, so this series shows the con- the peace and brotherhood that exists -

nesday. for a short furlough.! here. entertained 'quest of the wilderness- and the : between the United States and I:WANTED = Full Size-
., Mrsr'lT.: C. Wilson the -
--r' -- ., spread of civilization. Canada.. Ideally suited by knowl-

Mrs. John A. Morrow and Miss Wednesday afternoon bridge club at .I The. Clewiston library hopes event- edge and taste and skill for the task Baby Bed in good con--

_, Margaret Morrow '-left Wednesday her home this week, with Mrs.. ;J. E. of writing it, Mr. Beston's THE ST.
ually to purchase the entire series,
for Nashville, Tennessee, to join Beardsley and Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- and will buy first those books in LAWRENCE is a welcome and distinguished dition. P. O. Box J 1236,

Dr. Morrow who is on the faculty of ford substituting for absent mem which local readers are interested.If addition to a notable '
Ward-Belmont College there. series of books. 1 tc.
bers.First you have a preference, tell the
prize was won by Mrs. ,J. W. librarian.,
I Ezelle and second by Mrs. G. B.
Mrs. F. W. DeLozier and chil- '
The "St. John" is now in publication -
dren, Marion and Billy, have returned Thomas. Both prizes were attrac-
I and has already, been ordered,
'. tive waste-baskets. The hostess
to Connellsville, Pennsylvania
but not yet received:
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. D. served a salad .course to Mrs. Beards-i I J. C.
I In the library are: The Suwanee; WILLIAMS'I I
Leydig and family here. ley, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. Ezelle, "
The Wabash The The
; Kentucky; 1 1I
I Mrs Carl Johnson, Mrs. Thomas,
I Mrs. Mumford, and Mrs. Keathley Lower Mississippi; The Chicago; The I
Jack Burkett, who has' been here Bowden. I St. Lawrence. Others already published SHOE SHOP

:with his sister, Mrs. W. E. Bolton, and which the library will ob-

for several months, left yesterday for tain if requested are: Kennebec;
Mrs. R. M. Hal, Jr., was hostessto
Camp Blanding for induction into I I V Moved location door
members of her bridge club at Upper Mississippi; Powder River; to new next to
I( military service. I her The James; The Hudson; The Sacra-
First
home Thursday evening. Christian's Barber Shop.
I mento; The Arkansas; The Dela-
I prize was won by Mrs. R. J. Lee and
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey Miss second by Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. ware; The Illinois; The Kaw; The Modern Experienced work-
Laura and I Brandywine The Charles The equipment-
Bailey RAF Cadets Brown Refreshments of avocadoes filled 1 1 ; ;

and Craven will spend this with tuna fish salad were served to Sangamon; The Allegheny; The manship. Your patronage solicited bX

\ -- end in Clermont. Pat Bailey-week-I Mis. George Crow Mrs Lee, Mrs. Visconsin. The series was plannedand shoemaker. '
has been visiting there for several begun by Constance Lindsay your
: Ezelle, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. /
weeks will return with them. 'I Skinner. "'.
.
i Glen Etherton, Mrs. C. ,L. McLen-
The J. C. WILLIAMS

Chicago
don, and Mrs. Foy Durrence. '
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Sherwood Hall, Marty Waldron'I. By Harry Hansen .

and Richard Pape left yesterday to I SHIRLEY MARSHAIJL'SSEVEXTH The Chicago River today is a sod- I Owner and Operator I

spend a vacation at Fort Myers Beach BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED den and stained old lady, but her ;

before school begins. Mrs. Melvin history has been as full of blood and

J Pape accompanied, the boys to the I Marshall ., thunder and the great epochs of ..
beach. party Shirley celebrating her was seventh given birth-a America's westward trek as any riverin ::.:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..

I,day at home by her mother, Mrs. R. the country.
Mrs. E. W. Durst and Mrs. E. 0 L. Marshall assisted by Mrs. A. L. Harry Hansen has done a magnificent

Ward are leaving tomorrow: for a Moon and Mrs. T. C. Musgrave.The job-a job of love, gusto and Lum And AbnerIn

two weeks' vacation at Signal Moun- children played games out of fact. The Chicago is studded with

tain, Tennessee. They will be join- doors and later enjoyed refreshmentsof 'fabulous anecdote and history; .:. .:..

ed by Mr. Durst, who is employed at I jello and cup cakes. stories of traders, fighters, land

Birmingham, and will spend his va- The guests included Sharon sharks, brokers, captains of indus- .;. -In- .:.:

cation there with them. I Crochet, Linda Lee, Carol Joy Alston try, political grafters and guardians y
Joe Schroeder Eddie of the spirit everything from Father '
Musgrave,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Calhoun and'I Elsie Anderson, Bernie Thompson, Marquette to Carl Sandburg. It" j Weeks To Live"

Miss Bobby Moorman of Betty Young, -Nancy Moon, Bobbie is a lusty glowing book concerning) ::: :I

Georgia, were recent guests Macon'l Peters, Dwayne Waldron, DonniP everything that is the Midwest. .i.

aunts, Mrs. E. L. Stewart I Reames and James Harris. The Lower MississippiBy ::: Small town boys in a big-time town =on t;
-
Ollie Moroman, and their Hodding Carter : !C

law, Mrs. Jack Moorman. sister-in-I :MEETING: IS POSTPONED Hodding Carter combines poetic .y.:.. a spree. of Glee!, .*:_
sensitivity with clear and keen :
Morman and baby son, Lee I I ***
ed with them for a visit. The Young Woman's Organizationof thinking. His study of the mighty -:. \ *>
Father Waters from Cairo to New
the Community Church will not of
]
Tommy Jones, a RAF cadet, who hold its regular meeting next Mon- Orleans brings to the reader the The original Lum and Abner with Frank- 1
gleam of sunlight ,on the armor of
day evening, the
regular time for
recently graduated from Riddle-Mc- DeSoto, the overtones of Indian := lyn Pangborn Kay Livaker Herbert '
Kay Aero College, spent a few days the: meeting. Since that date is La- i ,
- bor Day, the meeting is character pitted against the volatile
being
in Clewiston post-
visiting friends this
I week. Mrs. H. S. McDuffie, Gloria poned a week and will be held on: French temperament, the romance of :i=: Rawlinson, Ivan Simpson. :;=
Monday, September 13 the great city port "storied of three
" and Betty Jean McDuffie and Mrs. at the homeof X.i.

R. M. Hare, Jr., accompanied him to Roberta Spicer at '8 o'clock. For thrones"-and here is the much record, much of doomed moi\) .i. Also |:

Miami this morning to take a plane plantation life of that most t >
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH.
: and rejoin his Course.
y
C. Meaclor: Pastor ous of monarchs. King tYl'ran'I'I :;: News and Comedy :!:
slave and sharecropper, of
V Laura Skinner, Nancy and Sue "Prayer Changes Things" 'and poor white. As flood control f.

V1 Middleton, Betty and Billy Robisonof Sunday School-9:45 a. m. becomes a reality and the war effort .

Moore Haven were week-end Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. crowds the wide muddy waters once Dixie Theaters I

guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;J. M. Fountain Training Union-7:15 p. m. more with hundreds of barges, Mr. Crystal


Mrs. Fountain entertained the Evening Worship-8:30: p. m. Carter's presentation of the influenceof

visitors on the occasion of the, four- Prayer Meeting, Wednesday a t this great river -out of the heartof :_
teenth birthday of her Wednesday -Thursday Sept. 8th-9th :|
son, Frank 8:00 p. m. the land on the life of America ,

Harben. The youngsters attended I To make mention of others in our assumes' added significance.The ::: '***

T the movies and on Sunday enjoyed; a prayers is a means of intensifyingand St. Lawrence :_:: Clewiston :t_::
birthday dinner
with Frank before deepening our desire for them, By Henry Beston ,

returning to their homes. and it was a favorite method with This is the story of one of the ..:..:.::.,:..:..:.-:..vx..XMX..XMX..:..X..:..XMX..X..X..X..XKS..XS--:.*X"X:'XrX.-X MX-.:

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WHEN a firm, decisive

Many Tax Laws Suggested to is see recognized how the space it iscurious '

clears around a man and leaves :
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OR VVi FA '
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him
for
room
; kth0 i n freedom-Foster.

To Get 'Nervous Dollars'Compulsory / iIINU Srrviee Content often:This told.Converting is,the charm, by sages 1" ,,'.

Walter Winchell Is tem- all it touches into gold :
away from New York, Content can soothe, where'er by fortune :: ,
The column is being conducted placed ;,
Savings, Personal Excess Income cago guest contributors. Can rear a garden in the desert ,;''J'uaste. ,
.
Tax, Spending, Levy Found Unpopular or Cormick HENRY K. WHITE.

Orthodox Bill Seen. ; Helen HARRY HERSHFIELD Every, day ahead of you is
Unwieldy; ; ,, more Sun
M Story Teller and Columnist. precious. All the days back of
to the of a painting often depend on you have no existence at all.
his aides. nail it hangs from. None of these
By BAUKHAGENews Both have played vaudeville, so We cannot always oblige, but,
Analyst and Commentator. Essary is little danger that their little mas we can always speak obliging-
vigorous $ are plagiarisms on the "Bcrle- ly.-Voltaire.-
tion. In Csel"school.. Here are some
'
TAXAND BOND-DOLLAR ered the jokes of famous. people:
TOUR
Midwest, AL SMITH:
HOW THE GOVERNMENT SPENDS IT the attended his first politi-

(First Half of 1943) He wasn't there long
ably the somebody copped his watch.

,4JrcrJt ))))))))))))))))))), the So the it to: "Next the district to which leader guy,

this you standin' last?" Victim

ju.j. =.))))))))))) 12t I IA II I siderable"I "to don't a fellow say nothin'in the and center.it'll 2 iNITRAGIN

their In a few minutes the lead-

Nny= nnye))))))))) 10 about Note-the "What the did watch he say over?" to asked its

man. "Sh-h-h-quiet-
telephoned
know I it!"
"' got
aides to
&. MucMnhat&r.O)4t! been said. MAYOR LA GUARDIA:

> to whether (Tells this one on himself)


RJfcL* MitceBmeouig munition** 0)))))))))) llt great'were 'true at Soviet City Hall.representatives Instead of the ar- !

d .r the and accepted costumes of INOCULATION


fA conrtruction & ))))))))))))) DAY looked, ,they and at LaGuardia wore all high he could,hats in baggy, etc.say When O Don't not let inoculated legumes ,rob they your steal soiL fer

When '
tility. When inoculated, they build
"Gentlemen, I represent the

I \| Non-munitioM ww ittmt** ,tfilj ))))))))))))))))))))))) prime were ment with in FANNIE t!" HURST: up Costs the soil Only and a Few yield Cents better.Aa Acre


ing the' fellow walked into a bak- Nitragin is the oldest, best-known

; Now f 0))))15* ing. ordered a special cake: "I inoculant-widely used by farmersin
cxpenaiturct ing that it 55 inches in diameter-nine every locality for legume crops;: .
bombing -seven colored frostings. 'In NITRAGIN costs only a few cents
*Aulonx>live vehicles nd equipment, dothinq and personal l equipment damage I want my initials, R. N. an acre. Don't take a chance-in-

and other expensespay However it as soon as possible." "I'll oculate every pound legume seed.

subsistence, travel for armed forces end dvibanj, agricultural! l ceived by it for you in'a week," was

commodities for export'nd miscellaneous expenses. that' Gen. On the appointed day, Accept no substitute

Doto-WPft! sticking to inspected the cake: "It
ures show exactly the way I want it-
theyellow frosting to orchid."
WNU Service, Union Trust Building 'habits. The President is opposed to knocked
second inspection the fellow
Washington, D. C. it-and his wife agrees with him- rate ten ,
the is 'to' it. British. delighted: "Perfect-perfect." THE NITRAGIN COMPANY, Inc.
treasury opposed
far back biblical days the : "
As ,
as ,
shall I send it
Here sir? "No mo Ho.!loot!!st. MilwinkM,Wta.
tax collector was an unpopular per- The spending'tax'is said to .be too airmen -I'll eat it here!"
complicated and likewise appears tobe \
Ion.
lost 108 BERNARD SHAW:
Today you don't see the tax collector unpopular with the treasury. other Lionel Barrymore was Right After"I

but you know who writes the Then there is this personal excess times as to appear in "Macbeth," know a girl who thinks her

tax laws and the folks who do (con- income tax of which you will soon In the was much doubt among New ,husband is simply wonderful."

gress) lead a most unhappy life, be hearing more;, The chief objec- knocked ticket brokers whether "buy' "Aw, so you've ,just come ,froma
especially in an election year such tion to that tax seems to be that it lost 258 before the opening. McBride wedding."
,as approaching.The J is too hard to work out; that it is
we are words, the the leading broker. All the
too'hard make it and fair.
to just "
complicated problem they every one were on hand for the pre-
Even the Nazis who tried it it
face can be 'simply stated-think it gave The Lionel floundered through the IRRITATIONS OF
up after about a year's'tri l. S KI N
over and figure out what you Would night Then came the big moment- EXTERNAL CAUSE
do if had to write'a tax law. When the personal excess incometax Information"Y "Lay On MacDuff!", Came
you '
comes up, you will hear many enemy so from the of the acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
The problem is this: how to collect enemy rear ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
the most dollars and lose'the least arguments against it." Like many of can : "Lay on, McBride!" miseries with simple home treatment.:
these other "unorthodox" methods Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
,
votes. light, JIM FARLEY: healing works the antiseptic way. Use
rT it the establishment of whatis
requires dl-
Black and White Ointment only as
Soak the rich? Well they have Louis in the Polo Grounds
called a "base period" to estab- emy rected.lOc.25c,SOc sizes. 25 years success.
the money and it hurts them the better an opponent in a few se'c- Money-back guarantee. ssr Vital in
lish a comparison. That is, some famous
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy
least but there of the first round 'After the
unfortunately are period of time during which the Black, and White Skin Soap dally.DON'T .
not enough of them to soak. It is got in his dressing-room, he
amount earned by the individual is
too bad because few in word-he still out.
they are so The say a was
taken as a base. Then what he is
number that their votes don't mat- and his manager escort-
making now is compared with that ary
ter so much. (Only 46,949 people or "base" and the difference taxed. mands for to the street. It was rain- LET
approximately eight-hundredth The out his hand and
one higher pug put CONSTIPATiGSLOW
But that is a pretty hard thing to
af those with incomes earn over $10- negotiable : "Gee, this will hurt the
work out because
so adjust-
many YOU UP i
000 a year.) war. receipts! "Oh, cracked the
ments would have to be made for
Tax the rest? That will bring in "I forgot to tell you-the O When bowels era sluggish and you 1
special cases that the
government 'feel irritable, headachy,do as millions I
the biggest total but they are the during a was called off!
would never be able to examine each do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
ones with the votes. case and pass on it fairly. Thomas, JIMMY WALKER: chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
The President says we need 106 Auto hillbilly called on a girl for a FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
Take the young'doctor. The year taking only in accordance with package
pillion dollars to the backs
run war this her father
Finally, flagged
before the war, he may have been directions-sleep without being dis-
yeaf- The treasury says that out of graduated from medical school. board's "Time I asked you something turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
dollar collected 90 cents is the relief, feel swell again. Try '
every goesto he had little your intentions to my daugh- helping you -
Probably income
or no
pay the war bills. Prices. honorable or dishonorable?" FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy \
then. ,Then he begins to practiceand and economical.generous family supply I
So there have been a number of in wartime, doctors are in de would mean I have a choice? quer-

schemes concocted which are aimedat mand. He may have made a fair roll back, hillbilly. FEEN-A-MINT cOio1 I

getting the nervous dollars, the income this year. Would it be fair that he ILKA CHASE:

i ones most likely to create inflation. to tax the "excess"'if it were the dif provide young radical refused to work.

Presumably,they are the dollars that ference between this year's earningsand ing this, man let him have it: "Fine
belong to the people who are now the "base period" when he was i or why don't you go to work and HOUSEWIVES: *

getting a lot more money than they earning nothing, at all? funds to some money?" "Aha, I'm glad Kitchen Fats
did before the war. It would be just : prices to brought that up. It'll come the Your Waste

to take the "excess profits" to pay Too Many Inequities mal: lution and we'll have a Utopia- Are Needed for Explosives

for the war especially because the Then there are many men who milk' and need the money-!" "But TURN 'EM IN! *
people who are getting a lot more I are getting more money: now because It would don't you go to work and make I f fI
than they are used to are the ones I they work longer hours or dent 'said, -when it comes the revolu- i 1 1HI I

who spend most freely.So have received just and deserved pro- clothing then you can help them with it." ii
motions-all these things immedi- it don't come the i
compulsory savings has been pointed -suppose I 1 1h
suggested. That is, making Uncle ately come into the picture when you been -then I'm stuck with

Sam collect a part of everybody's begin to straighten out the inequi- Little ." o I IMY

Income, which would be returned ties, when you really try to tax a frankly MARC CONNOLLY: .

after the war. Then there is a, just percentage of a man's income. thusiastic Caesar tried to take Ireland,

scheme to tax spending. In other And so the predictions which are ing ,on repulsed by Clancy and Fin-

words, tax the dollars which are being made in Washington now' are those Caesar returned with more [
spent on extras, dollars that get that the next tax bill will be a pretty I i However, -again was pushed back. AK

back into circulation and push up the "orthodox" affair, it will simply Steel was now really mad.''He gath-

Inflation spiral. Not the dollars that' have, about the same kind of exemp- I inflation the full might of his armies \,

go into homes or life insurance or tions, a little higher percentage tax, I Instead, navies and started for Ireland I,. j I
paying old debts, but the dollars I and will be rushed through at the that war This time, Clancy and Fin-

that romp off for more clothes than last minute after las many membersof better off, were careless. Sitting on a .- HERE'S HAPPY RELIEF
you need to wear, more food and I congress have objected to the stalemate they were surrounded, cap- r-:;.1; 1"----. ,;.,.
'
backaches
more gadgets than ought to clauses which think will be If you suffer from
you get they unpopular the WLB after a terrible struggle and resulting from fatigue or exposure -
along with in wartime. I with their constituents. The men to the Forum, as captives. ...if sore muscles or a stiff neck have ,
,government needs the and I got you laid up..SORETONE is what you f
the into the
Then there is another tax-the money bonds, threw pair arena need. It is a medicinal, analgesic solution
personal excess income tax. needs it quickly. The people don't I I of wage 500 gladiators. Clancy and developed in the famous labor!atones of Me- t
want to be taxed any more than mowed them down. Cae- Kesson & Robbins in Bridgeport Conn.
That is a tax on the amount of SORETONE acts fast-gives soothing relief I
can be helped and the
congressmen burned. He ordered them to
money that you are receiving now right where relief is needed-speeds the superficial -
that weren't will lean over backwards trying to 2,000 lions. This day the crowd blood,flow to the affcttid: area. Also
you receiving before
please the people.Meanwhile helps to prevent infection. Not an animal
As Caesar and
turned out.
the war.Lacking. burg was preparation-made for humai beings. Wonderful -
the treasury tells us retinue entered ,the arena, also, for sore, tired feet and for relieving -
PopularityNone that most of the money which is being .. "John pointed: "See that beautiful itch of Athlete's Foot. MONEY
.
President BACK;: IF NOT SA'.l'ISFIED.I
earned due to the great increase with Caesar? Well, this
of these methods is uel the
popular.
in
production caused
the
by she looked at me and"-
There is a sentimental objection to war is going to people whose in- also was
then there was a mighty roar
compulsory savjigs. It smacks, according comes are less than $5,000 a yearseveneighths rick" Finnegan, here come the
to its opponents too ed OWI's
much
of it. So at least seven- I'll have to tell you the rest
'of totalitarianism, of an interference some "
eighths of the taxes ought to come !1" I
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A understood, may prove as in an open window, facing the finger prints_ from window panes
bad. room. The, air should not strike and glass tabletoDS.
hurtful as a
sleepers. .
Half a loaf may not be better than no, '* S .' Creamed hard'boiled
f bread at all. It depends a great deal eggs
Upon the baker. People with normal digestionswill served,over split muffins is a good
f
r have no trouble digesting hot, dish for meat-saving days. The

" Heaven is where no unkind word new breads ,if they are eaten together proteins of the enriched flour usedin

is spoken. with roughage foods and your muffins, together with the

One would rather tip than have V \ ,' << < not in excess. proteins of the egg and milk add

others think one had "views" on up to plus values.

tipping. / -, After filling jars in canning sea S *

One may well wonder if,mosquitoes ( ,4 ,' 1 4c ( < / son test,them for leaks by tappingthe Marks caused by matchstrikingon

believe the slapping sounds to ? (; ;:e bottoms with a knife or spoon. a painted surface can he removed -

be encores. \ The sound will tell whether or not by rubbing witH a cut
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; : AmJ I nnnn- Ripe Cherries Make Sweet Jams I

(See Recipe Below)
e'a! ? -
,' FASTER : "
Jelly Season's Here! WORLD'S LARGEST SEUER AT 10*
I .,..-.. Your Canning Cupboard

Think of the cheer in a sparkling
.A DAB A' DAY good Ripe Sweet Cherry Jam --
I I" .. auiverv. dish of :jelly to go Without Honesty
n." Ripe Plum JellyCucumberRaisin
with your golden Pickles All other knowledge is hurtful to .,

;-, Gt'EEPSPO:81WAY t .\ brown biscuits or Ripe Cucumber Sweet Pickles him who has not honesty and good-
rolls in the cold
nature.-Montaigne.
Peach Nectar
New cream positively stops of winter. Do you Recipe Given
I need more than
underarm Perspiration Odor ,
. < that to start you
of Measure into dry dish and c
t., ,. Not stiff. not messy-Yodora spreads just on a spree jelly sugar
: like vanishing cream I Dab it on-odor gone! making? My set aside. Measure juice into sauce. SNAPPY FACTS:

2. Actually soothing-Yodora can be used guess is no.There's pan. Place over c') t.) '
::"", right after shaving. a, great interest in jelly- hottest fire. Add ABOUT

3. Won't rot delicate fabrics. making in spite of sugar rationing, powdered fruit -
for is the smart homemakerwho pectin, mix well RUBBERIt
L,, 4. Keeps soft I Yodora docs not dry in jar.No many '
. wastegoes far. realizes what a spark and zest and continue stirring ?

,,' those little bits of bright-colored jelly until mixture 'J ,
Yet hot'climate' tests made by
nurses- I
prove this daintier deodorant keeps under- can lend to wartime meals. So, comes- to a hard 7\\ ; ,. II I II

: arms immaculately sweet-under the most' go out into the berry patch, and boil. Pour in sugar 5578'

; severe conditions. Try Yodora! In tubes or let's get started on a batch of jelly. at once, stirring did have a bearing on rubber

. jars-10
' Inc.. Bridgeport, Connecticut.DEODORANTCREAM. coming into season and make Continue stirring, bring ,to a full, REMEMBER and red pink gallons of gasoline used ,

splendid jellies. They're all easy to rolling boil, and boil hard Vz minute. Bleeding ,by highway vehicles in 1941.
Heart plants that in country -
handle and make nice, rich, luscious Remove from fire, skim, and pour grew California led the states with
YOOA gardens and on country lawns? a mark on the edge of 2 billion
into
glasses quickly. Paraffin hot
4 jellies: They bloomed in June along with gallons. These are numbers
Sweet Jam. jelly at once.Blackberry .
Ripe Cherry the "pineys." The quilt illustrated -I forthe "A" card holder
'. (Makes 7 6-ounce glasses), ,- and Sour Cherry Jam. was "inspired by these 'lovely to conjure with. ;:"
S'/fc cups prepared fruit (Makes 8 medium glasses)
old-fashioned flowers. Block is 12 -
. 4 314 cups prepared fruit Tires for our fighting aircraft consume -
-- cups sugar
inches square. Do it in delicate from 35 to 96 pounds of '
Rich Milk 4
cups sugar
1 box powdered fruit pectinTo '
green sprigged and red polkadotted rubber, depending on the size of
The milk of mother seals is ten prepare fruit, pit about 2% 1 box powdered fruit pectinTo cottons. the plane. Inner tubes take from
times as rich as cow's milk. I fruit crush thoroughly "
pounds fully ripe cherries. Crush prepare 24 to 5414 pounds.At .
thoroughly or grind. 'If a stronger about 1 quart fully ripe black-

cherry' flavor is desired, add a few berries. Pit 1 pound fully ripe cher current Due to war an unusually conditions large slightly demand more and a rubber plantation in

crushed cherry pits to fruit during ries. Crush thoroughly or grind. I time is required in filling orders for a Haiti a 75-foot tree was
MEXSANAJ cooking. Combine fruits. Measure fruit intoa pulled to the ground by the

kettle, filling last fraction of weight of cryptostegia vines
,Measure sugar into dry dish and cup which had fought one anotherto
set aside until needed. Measure with water if necessary. Prospectors InterestedIn climb it.

fruit into a 5or 6-quart kettle, fill- Place over hottest fire. Add pow
-Buy War Savings Bonds- ing up last cup with water if neces- dered fruit pectin, mix well and Plant That 'Eats' Gold

sary. continue stirring until mixture

Place over a hot test fire. Add comes to a hard boil. Pour sugarin
The plant known as "horsetail"or
powdered fruit pectin. Mix well and at once, stirring constantly. Con-
tnrnj continue stirring until mixture tinue stirring, bring to a full rolling "scouring plant" is actually a

I comes to a hard boil. Pour in sugarat boil, and boil hard 1 minute. gold eater. Found most commonly -
where gold is 'present in the
once, stirring constantly. Con Remove from fire, skim, pour '
soil this absorbs from
'plant gold
tinue quickly. Paraffin hot jam at
stirring, bringing to a full, once.
the soil and stores it in its tissues.
rolling boil and boil hard 1 minute. You'll enjoy pickles, too, for your
Remove from fire. Skim. Pourat winter menu pickups. I've found Although approximately 4% ouncesof RFGoodrichw..uisii1LI
gold is found in a ton of horse
once into sterilized jelly glasses 'e some perfectly
tail, prospectors are not interestedin
and paraffin at once. 1i .-.s delightful recipes
1 : the plant as a source of gold
for which will
you
Ripe Plum Jelly. but, rather, as an indicator of goldin
iQ not take too much !
(Makes 7 medium )
glasses) the ground. Because of its high
;, sugar'just in
,
3 'juice
cups silica content, this plant was alsoa -
case want to ;
4 cups sugar you favorite in olden times for scrubbing \
1 box powdered fruit pectinTo use tfh and 4 ,
table tops, pots pans.
sugar on jams and jellies. Remember -
prepare fruit, 'crush about 3
that you must use a pure apple
pounds fully ripe plums. Do not
cider vinegar and good, firm fresh
peel or pit them. Add 3A ,
cup water cucumbers to get nice, crisp pickles
bring. to a boil and simmer 10 :
minutes. Place fruit in jelly bagor Cucumber-Raisin Pickles. Mor
4 sliced cucumbers
cloth, and squeeze out juice. ,Add 1 cups cup salt )Much

small amount of water to pulp in 1 cup white vinegar

jelly cloth and squeeze again, if 1
, there is a slight shortage of juice. cup sugar
I 6 tablespoons raisins
I, y
1 tablespoon celery seed .'
I'
1 tablespoon mustard .
seed

I'V Lynn Says: Soak cucumbers overnight in salt 1t\

solution made of 1 cup salt to 1 S1.a.

Jelly ,Forum: Pectin is the' gallon water. Drain. Combine remaining f I

\ Il magic ingredient that makes jam ingredients and heat to boil- f.ft
L /j. v.. I Hb "jam" and jelly "jell." There ing. Add cucumbers. Boil 10 min- ,\ ?;

O Our soldiers are sure glad to must be a just right amount of utes. Pour into sterilized jars and ,

get FLIT and all ortr other it. Pectin is a natural jellying seal at once. .:::

eupcr-slaying insecticides. substance found in fruits and ber- Like fruit drinks for winter? You
They're real of war onmany
insect-infested weapons battle- 'ries, but when the fruit or berry can make delicious nectars out of

''", fronts. is shy on it, a liquid or pow- fruits easily and use them when fresh "er Yes..for lunches, suppers, midnight snacks

". Their spray of death kills many dered form of pectin may be fruit juices are no longer available: . Kellogg's Corn Flakes are a welcome stand-,'
'-' foul insects FLIT Peach Nectar.
foreign just as added.
blitzes your household pests here Melt Select sound, ripe fruit. Peel and by for wartime meal planners. Popular with
for
at home! small paraffin jelly in a crush. Combine 4 cups fruit with everyone, they save time,work fuel other foods.Kelloce's .
pot over boiling water. Paraffin
FLIT ia Grade AA. It far exceeds 3 cups water and heat slowly to
minimum requirements of should not be smoking hot Press
simmering. through
"; Commercial Standards CS 72-38 because it might lend a disagreeable then fine sieve. colander each 'N." ..,.... "
as issued by the National Bureauof odor to the jelly or jam. through To , of fruit and ; "
Standards. pound pulp juice, add "
Insist on}UT...the It's possible to put up fruit juiceto % pound of sugar. Bring to simmering "" { -:::' ';\ '' rpW
double-A killer. be made into jelly later if b ti: .. '? '''' ::1
Buy a you ,temperature. Stir until sugar -; 'S"S, ,
bottle-today! do not have enough sugar to do is well dissolved. Pour into clean, s' '" V "' C 0 R N
it during the :
summer. Prepare sterile jars. Put on cap. Process \ .

fruit according to directions given 30 minutes in a water bath at t'Ltv' ,i( "

: FLT in the jelly recipes but do not simmering temperature. .;J 'FJ., ,:(,>;,::',:' FLAKES
'>>
add water to the recipe. Squeezethe
juice in // you have a canning problem writeto =-1 :;;:;t=
a jelly bag if it is
Miss Lynn Chambers, Western Newspa. Flakes ... .... ......... -
for jelly. Fill hot sterile Corn are restored
jars
per Union, 210 South Desplaines Street, to WHOLE GRAIN NUTRITIVE Jll t! -
with juice and process in a boiling Chicago, Ill. Please enclose a self-ad' VALUES of Thiamin -v,,

water bath for 20 minutes. dressed envelope for your reply. (Vitamin Bi),Niacin and I Iron.llncl .............................. _n.
Released by Western Newspaper Union.



-\ EIGHT THE CUEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER a. l iJ
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lard M. Albury told the committee John H. Maloy- clothing, the Army and Navy recom- under the said certificate issued wan
Sub-Committee
Nhands i that members of the State Securities ,mend against these as gifts. in the name s said of R. L. Lowe

of Attorney Addresses must be written clearly ,. deemed according certificate shall bo re
Commission, composed to law, the property,
Investigates Refunding General Watson, Comptroller Lee and I (Continued from Page 1) and completely. .1 described highest bidder therein at the will court be sold house to door the

State Treasurer Larson, had said j cember 31, 1943. Persons who do I I on the first Monday in the month of

KEY WEST, Sept. 1-(FNS) .- harsh things about Crummer and not know how much is 'being with NOTICE OP APIM.ICATIOX POll g t99Vi.: : which is the 4th day of' ,
that while they found no fault with' held from their current wages should Senate TAX DI-:I-n Dated this 3rd day of September
( Rill No.
Senator 1C3) I
The Shands Sub-committee, 1943.
the refunding'contract Itself, opposed secure this information from their :
II
John Beacham. Chairman Senator I
'
EdJakel' it because of Crummer.He employer. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
J. A. Franklin and Senator J. 3. COPY OF YOUR INCOMETAX A, I. Reese holder of Tax Certificate Clerk of Circuit Court -"
the ,refunding also said that members of the No. the 1st day of of
} here to Investigate Z1''nMyeA Septem Hendry County Florida.
1040A)
.
of Key West's municipal commission had suggested the names I RETURN (1040 or will office ber. and has ,made has filed application same In my Sept. 3, 10, 17, 21.
This for
FILED FOR
1942. copy a
"fc stream of witnesses told the anguished Jacksonville, "a Mr. Sullivan of West be of assistance in estimating certificate embraces the following described -
will property in the
1943 liability and also County of NOTICE OF
Palm Beach" and firm in St. Pet-l ELECTION
story of a debt-burdened a to whichyear's Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit:
furnish the information as
':community's fruitless effort to solve : ersburg as men who could handle
wJof E
% of
1942 or SW3 South of 9
I liability is greater,
its financial problem. I Key West's refunding program Mile Canal, Sec. 12, Twp. 43 s.., General municipal election will be
held.on
1943. Rge 33 E. Tuesday, September 7, 1913. for
City and county officials, testifying -i Key West officials explained that .[ 4. RECORDS OF PAYMENTS the election of three Commissioners to

under oath, told how the City they were not defending Crummer: DURING 1943 ON 1942 INCOME under The assessment the said certificate of the said issued property City serve of on Clewiston the City, Florida.Commission of tho

of Key West, with R.., E., Crummer and were concerned solely with TAX. This Information is necessaryin in the name of Alma F. Tetter was The two candidates receiving the ,

& Co. its .fiscal agent, authorized the working out their own problem, that I order to fill out Line 4, Form Unless according said certificate to law, shall the be redeemed deemed greatest elected number for of four votes year terms shall and be I

refunding of outstanding Indebtedness by approval of both city and county 1040-ES. In most cases; if the described therein will be sold property to the the est candidate receiving the next great-
approximately $1,500,000 in boards and a vote of the people the highest bidder at the court house door number of votes shall be deemed
of ini
taxpayer has paid his 1942 tax on the first Monday in the month of elected for a term of two years.
1937. present refunding program was quarterly installments, the amount, October, 1943, which' is the 4th day of The candidates who have qualified
I
are:
October, 1943
fully approved, and they were not
The new refunding bonds, which will be one-half ofthe amountshown Dated this 3rd day of September, E. E. Kelly
it was proposed to exchange for the I interested in any quarrel which the on Form 1040 or 1040-A. 1943.SEAL. W. C. OwenJ.
State its officials might have with A. McGehee
or
original indebtedness, bearing 5 and However in cases of doubt it will ( ) WILLIAM T. HULL. C. E. Miner '
6 percent 'interest, were to be 35 I Crummer and asked only to be per- be advisable 'to locate cancelled Clerk of Circuit Court of and three of the candidates are'to be

3'ear optional bonds, bearing 2 per- mitted to proceed. I I checks or other receipts of payments. Sept. 3.NOTICE.-Hendry 10, 17, 2-1.County. Florida: I elected.

cent: Interest for the first 10 years, Crummer's firm, R. E. Crummer 5. TAX PAID AT THE SOURCEON The election Center will be held in the Community -

4 percent for the following 10 years & ,Company was dissolved at the TAX-FREE COVENANT BONDS. Building, Clewiston room, in Florida the City Hall, ,

and 5 percent for the remaining part begln lng 'of the year. The present This is a two percent tax with 'reI OF.TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR I clock The A.polls M. and will will be close open at at seven'o'clock nine .-0'-

of the 35 year maximum.The Crammer company, in which R. E. I spect to which ownership certifi- (Senate Dill No. P. M., Eastern War Time. ':
be Crummer is not an officer or director filed the bondholders.Most 163) The following election officials are
refunding bonds were to cates are by appointed to conduct the election:. ',
supported by an annual pledge ofSO.OOO was organized to succeed it taxpayers owning tax-free NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That r:. G. George, Clerk. .
and take over contracts. The State Jesse B. Thomas, holder of Tax Cer- Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., .
against which the first covenant bonds have a record of the tificate No. 154, issued Inspector. "
the 2nd day of Mrs. G. H. Small
harge of, $30,000 Interest annually Securities Commission has refusedto tax withheld at the source duringthe September A. D. 1940, has filed same I The following alternate Inspector.election officials

would apply and all surplus thereafter I Issue a permit for the new com- first six months lof 1943; the I in for my a ta.deed office and to has be, made issued application thereon. ,place and are stead appointed, to serve in their
if
would be used to liquidate pany to engage in the bond business total for the year would be twice that Said certificate embraces the following Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw necessary, Clerk.: ,
in Florida. West has asked the described property in the Mrs. -4
Key amount. County of Charles M. Plrkle Inspector '
market
principal by open purchasesat Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: Mrs.Y..' L. Lott, Inspector .
commission to .
issue permit
special
lowest prices. a The West Palm Beach office will By order of the City Commission of
allowing it to carry out the old con- be each from 2:30 to W% of W% of NW1A of NE3i the City of Clewiston.
The city and county entered Into open weekday Sec. 27, Twp. 45 S., Rge. 29 E. ,
tract taken over from R. E. Crammer -
an agreement by which $30,000 annually 5:00 from now through September F. D. DUFF Mayor..
would be transferred to the & Company. 15th.. The assessment of the said propert", Aug. G, 13, 20, 27. Sept. 3.

The results of the Key West hear-
\city from 'gasoline tax surplus balance .
which annually accrues to ing are of general interest since: Overseas Xmas- I
other Florida communities are
:Monroe County's credit with the many
affected in a similar manner becauseof
State "Board of Administration in I
contracts with Crummer & Com- ((tv b Y H
(Continued from page 1)
Tallahassee, in excess of the $150- .

000 'annual requirement for debt pany. metal, wood, strong fiber board, or

service. The Senate Committee voted toaslc similar material, then wrapped in If YfJII

Legislation was enacted authorizIng I the Securities Commission to strong paper and tied with twine.

such transfer of" the city's credit explain in writing why it had refused The cover should be such that it can caritftLBuy

up to $50,000. The contract, signed I recognition of the Key West deal be opened readily for censorship.The .

by city and county officials, au- and individual members expressed contents should be packed tightly. -
their I opinion that the refunding
nhorized the transfer of $30,000. i pro- I
gram worked out was a splendid one Perishable goods, such as fruits,

Called told as how a, witness he- worked, R. E. crum-I for the.)taxpayers and expressed their that may spoil, ,are prohibited. In- J ; :
Iner '
doubts that a better one could be had toxicants, inflammable
and after its approval materialsi War
plan Bonds
bondholders. with any other firm. such as matches or lighter fluids,I j U
contacting He stated ,
that about 75 % exchanged their/ The committee hoped to help work poisons and anything that may dam- t&Open ,

original bonds for refunding bonds out the difficulty and will make a age other mail also are prohibited.Gifts .

report at a later date. enclosed in glass should be
and everything went wtll until Comp-
substantially packed to avoid break-
troller Lee threatened to contest the

law authorizing the credit of funds Funeral Services Held age. Sharp instruments, such as
razors and knives, must have their
to Key West.tJrummer .
edges and points protected so that
said that Lee'sthreat For Two RAF CadetsThe
they cannot cut through the cover- la'
"was given wide publicity through ,
ings and injure postal personnel or
"Fuller's Florida Letter, a financial
administrative officer of Brit damage other packages.
Tbulletin
issued by Walter Fuller;
Since the armed forces are being ___ r'.wq
_
with the result that bondholders, not ish Flying 'Training School. number
plentifully supplied with food and
-wishing to become embroiled in litigation 5, Riddle Field, has announced the '

and who had not already deaths on August 24th of Royal Air I vl3< s'Z.'
.
converted their bonds, refused to Force Cadets Leonard Stone, Leicester 'j \

"nter into the refunding agreement. and Edward Vosper, Saltash,
J. M.
COUSECounselor
" Attorney Pat Whitaker representing Cornwall.The I a saving account.. keep It growing

the sub-committee, invited Fuller to I two cadets were killed when and Attorney at law

appear before the committee. He their plane crashed while on a rou- Hopkins Building I

Investigating also: appealed Committee to the old House for all Bond data tine training flight. I Wednesdays and Saturdays i Buy War' Bonds &, Stamps

Funeral services were held Friday, '
and information they might have 0:80, to 4:00, I
August 27th-and interment made in
relative to the local problem, but )I
the British at Arcadia. The
'" Cemetery
was informed they had no information -
services were attended by the cadetsin
,
and Fuller failed to appear at
Course 14 and the RAF officialsat ,

the hearing. I' the Field, and a group of friends Johnson's Fish CampNear II i
As the hearing progressed it became ,,iMGSt
from Clewiston.
evident from testimony of I ( Hurricane Gate) I 1 I I I )

witnesses that the whole program I Clewiston, Fla. J _.

'had been upset because of the alleged Flying Fortresses at cruising Boats and Motors-Guide Service t5 '

unfriendliness of certain high state speed use 250 gallons of gasolinean Rates ReasonableW. I f

officials to R. E., Crummer and the hour and at full throttle .the rateis H. ,Johnson Mgr.

Interests he represents. Mayor Wil-, almost doubled. '/


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