The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Buy Your Share. Third War Loan Bonds Now !


YOLUME 14- .

JACK MOORMAN First Clewiston Girl EVERGLADES D. D. Cadet's Dance for Club l STROUD ANNOUNCES

Is Sworn Into WACMiss Benefit September 18thj


Evelyn Hare was sworn in as The Army Dance Band, from No, j

a member of the Womans Army GENERAL MANAGER 9 ETC, Miami Beach, will provide SCHOOL MONDAYClewiston
Corps in the recruiting office in ,Miami music for another dance given by
RAF and American cadets of Riddle;
and became the ---'
--- Wednesday, Field Saturday, September 18th. The
''W. Turner Wallis, of West Palm High School will
Sergeant A. L. Moorman has been first Clewiston girl to enter that I dance will be held in the Sugarland openat
Beach, has been named as general 9 o'clock Monday morning, Sep-
awarded the Air Medal with oak leaf service. Miss Hare reported to manager and engineer for the Ever- Auditorium, Clew_ iston. tember 13th, and Principal hi. T.

.cluster' for the bombing missions, in tona Beach for her training Thursday glades Drainage District, succeedingJ. Proceeds' will go to the Cadet I Stroud urges that all parents have
Club and the cadet's Sports Fund.
which he has participated as bomb- E. Beardsley, of Clewiston. Mr.I I their pupils at school promptly on
will ,$2.00 couple,
Admission per
I ,Wallis is an engineer who has long I the opening day in order that
adier of a Flying Fortress in North I Two other girls from Clewiston $1.50 stag. Soft drinks only will be reg-
been associated with developmentsin istration may be completed and
Africa and Italy, according to message have gone into their country's .service on sale. Dress vs optional.
and his classes
the Everglades experiencewill organized on the opening day,
received here by Mr. and Mrs. WAVES. Miss The Army dance band proved one
but both are be o'f value to him in his new Pupils should bring their promotion
E. L. Stewart. Jessie Maloy and Mrs. Launita of the most popular group of music- certificates from
position. last year, and first
Sergeant Moorman's most nota- George both chose the naval branchof makers that has ever played for' a
Wallis has been associated with grade pupils should bring their birth
first bombingof service when they enlisted. dance in the 'Glades, and the cadetsare
mission the
ble was the Everglades Drainage District certificates, or other evidence of age.
Rome, a feat which is credited Miss Hare is the daughter of Mrs. since 1921, when he was employedas hopeful that,this dance will proveas Pupils are asked to meet in the

with being the first 'of the series of Maude Hare and has' been employedas surveyman. He was for several successful as the last. auditorium at 9 o'clock *'to' receive

events leading to 'the quick capitu- cashier in the office of the Unit- years assistant to Glen V. Scott, en- I A group of WAC's' from the Fort instructions, but Principal Stroud is
lation of Italy. Every plane that ed States Sugar Corporation.SUGARCANE Myers base will be present.
gineer for the district. At present I planning no particular program for
went on that mission was chosen for Mr. Wallis has an engineering consultant the opening.With .

the: skill of its pilots 'and the pre- office in West Palm Beach, the announcement of one

cision of its bombadiers. SOURCEOF specializing' in tax work, particularly I MUCK FARMING IS high school and one elementary

Jack was on one of the first raidsin as it applies to' 'various districts.Mr. school teacher added ,this week, the

'which American bombers. basedin Wallis has also been active in indications are that there will be two

Africa took par This was the MANY VITAMINSCommon the Soil Science Society ,of Florida, TOPIC PROGRAM vacancies-in the high school on the

successful sKip-bombing of Axis which is concerned with the develop- opening date. Mrs. Carl Ziler will

shipping In the Mediterranean, cut- ment and preservation of Everglades teach one of the elementary grades

ting off supplies from the Germansand white sugar is the purest resources. He is at present chair- C. ,A. Thomas, member of the and Bernard J. Myers, of Gaines-

Italians then still in Africa. Dur- chemical substance that most of us man of the soil and, water conserva- Kiwanis Club who is' engaged In ville, will teach in the high school

ing the last week of, March several ever get to see; it is nearer tion committee, of that Society. muck farming In the Everglades, and will direct the physical educa-

Axis ships were 'destroyed in the I lute chemical purity than abso-I made a talk to the Kiwanis Club on tion program for the boys.
first of these raids and Jack was the laboratory compounds the general, plan and operation, of The vacancies now existing are

,one of the bombadiers taking' part. I I,the mark, "C. P." This very purity, i farming in this section Wednesday commercial subjects and English
Sgt. 'Moorman writes that he has I becomes a handicap for some pur-! evening.Mr. Both of these subjects 'are very important -

seen much of North Africa, Sicily poses; one of the complaints some Thomas began with describ- said Mr. Stroud, and he is ;

and Italy. The country was extremely times heard against refined sugaris OWEN ELECTED TO ing the selection of land for farming cooperating with the school trustees::

hot and 'dry in March and April that it supplies energy without purposes, stating that some land was and board members in an effort to

out the mountains were nearby and accompanying vitamins. selected for ,its quality, other land,have teachers in these subjects hereon

were wonderful, so that on every free That vitamins are not lacking in I CITY COMMISSIONE. was used because it could be easily the opening date. '

day the boys went to the mountains. the 'source of sugar is indicated by obtained- by farmers ho. rented I Band instructor Rosario Cataldo

The people, .',he says are very hos- results of analyses presented before land for cultivation. He discussed has arranged a band schedule for

pitable and the food is grand. the American Chemical society on E. Kelly and, C. E. Miner were I the various methods of planting and the Clewiston and the LaBelle

The air medal, which Jack has Wednesday by William R. 'Jackson elected for four year terms and W. ,fertilizing, saying that most farmers schools, whereby he will spend two

been .awarded, is, presented on the ol the research laboratory.of Merck ', used the .common planting plans, days one week and three days the
C. Owen for a two year term on the
basis of the number bombing missions and Co,, He worked both' on whole but many fertilized without any general next week at each school. Next week
city commission in the municipal 1 I
in which the, flyer has participated cane from Cuba and Louisiana, and I plan-some fertilized 'provided I he 'will be in Clewiston 'on. '' Thursday -

.. and..Jack.has be.en'ilacti it. on, raw-'sugarcane. .. ,juice} His report :.election Ttlu ,'There-,held :,Tuesday:"only, -159 September votes I the!: 'previous. year. had .been :successful" ; -,1 and Friday and band ,pupils
:" were based"their
five months;:" except; for a*shibrt:'time' ;' 'Wh le. 'mature sugarcane is ; I for them, and others S'houldbe on hand with their instruments -

spent at -one 'of' the rest camps-for. "a, fair source of' thiamin and ribo- .cast 'in, the election.Mr. I decision on whether they owned the on those days. On the

Allied soldiers. ,flavin, rich in pantothenic acid, anda Kelly was high man in the ,land or were planning. 'to use it ,next following week he will spend Mon-

sourc"e of, niacin." contest with 146 votes; ,C. E. 'Mi h rreceived' year or not. in
Sirs. Moorman, the former' 'Beth good day, Tuesday and Wednesday
122 votes_ ; W. C. Owen 113 After all the hazards of growth,
Clewiston his schedule
Nail, and baby son, have recently Vegetables Lose SugarsIf alternating
votes and J. A. McGehee 63 votes. I weather, etc., are over come and the .
'' each week.Bowlers
' moved to Clewiston from 'Washing- want to get all the sugarin ,
you '' is for I
beans or other produce ready _
The commission
is at present
ton but arevnow visit with herhusband's I' -'
on a ;
some of our common vegetables,
'I composed of F.: Deane Duff, Mayor, 'I harvest, the speaker said. then the
, ,.relatives in Macon:; you'll ,have to eat them raw. This who was: not a candidate for're'elec- farmer begins his real bargai lng." Opening Pre-

would se'em to be one conclusion to tion M. Bigg R. Patterson The customary method is to send :i
W. Y. ,
U. S. S. C. Scholarships I be drawn from studies of E. 'Whit-I E. E. Kelly and J. A. McGehee. The truck with a' "contact man" to the Crop Tourney HereA
man Rice and Louis Lang of the
new members will take office at the quarters where negro laborers live,
Granted At UniversityLeon National Sugary Refining Company as I October meeting of the commissionat and beginning about daylight start
1 presented today before the chem- Pre-Crop bowling tournamenthas
for labor.
the process'of
which time the group will chooseone
been arranged at the SugarlandPark
ist's meeting. They found that al-
is able to secure
As soon asa man
of the members who will serveas
S. Jones, 3'0" of Belle Glade, though onions, cabbage and carrots truckload of laborers he drives Bowling Alleys with eight
head of the commission and a
and Terrance: Riley Myer, 16, of'' contain considerable percentages of Clewiston.. I them to the field although actual teams taking part in games to be

Homeland, have been awarded two sugar, they, lose them in various mayor of beans ,cannot begin for ,held each Tuesday and Thursday ,
picking ai,
United States, Sugar Corporation steps inyolv.ed' preparing them forth Under the ,city's organization the ; few hours later, when all dew is evenings at the Alleys. First gameis
scholarships in the University of table. commission has five members, three I scheduled for Tuesday, September
'of whose terms expire at time. gone., the last for Thursday, k
Tlorida. They will specialize in I one Hth, and
Carrots especially' "bleed" sugar: The next bargaining is done with
'agriculture, Dr. John J. Tigert, university : Elections are held every two years October 28th. Four teams will play
indicated "A
very freely, the data ; the harvested crop, when it is soldthrough
president said.: I and three members are elected; the each evening.
preliminary experiment with fresh men described by Mr.,
two receiving the highest number of
! The scholarships named in honor carrots showed that ?0 per cent, of I Thomas as.- "similar to those Hitler
votes chosen for -
being four
I of the late Sen.:. Duncan U. Fletcher -.. the total solids were lost when the year has." I
i and the first United States senator carrot. was subjected to the common terms and the third highest number i The conclusion of Mr. Thomas, age bowling\ scores in the past,

i! 1 from Florida, James D. West- steps 'of precooking (blanching) of* votes electing to a two year term. who has farmed in this_ section for I I making the teams almost equally

'I cott, Jr., amount!, to $500 a year before dehydrating and reconstituting Election officials who served Tuesday years, is that the real farmer, who "matched. The1 lowest team average

each for four years. They were vacated before the final cooking. Losses were Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., inspector lives on his farm, makes his own is. 805 and the highest 808,

,! this summer when Charles E. in'cooking will be additional to* these ; Mrs. Maud Hare and Mrs.C. -. planting plans and bargains for his The following teams have r been selected -

II Davis, of Trenton, and Dan. Roberts, mentioned., M. Pirkle, clerks. own labor and for the sale. of his :
.....-- YANKS: Thomas, Hare,' You ,
il{ of Gainesville, completed their "Further experiments seem; to produce, makes some money year

{I courses. jI (indicate that the losses of valuable New Drivers LicensesOn in and year out, while the man who Eckman, Anderson Carl, Benbow.

I 'Both recipients of the scholarships food components of vegetable in farms by staying in town ,and seek- BROWNS: Brantley, McCorkle' ,

plan to begin their coursesin \ certain methods of processing warrant 'Sale This Month ing ,to make, a "killing" some year, Rogers, Krueger, Horne, Rodriguez.

the university with the openingof a re-evaluation of some prod- loses money more :often than he INDIANS: Montgomery' Thie-

the regular fall term on Sept. 16. ucts. This is especially true dur- _, I makes it. len, Lang, DeValcourt, Anderson, H.

Jones has been employed by the ing, the present food shortage." State Road Patrolman R. E. Ham- The Kiwanians were reminded of WHITE SOX: Curtner, Sullivan,

sugar ,corporation, where he became rick states that he has received instructions the Third War Bond Campaign just Lanier, Olden, Croy, Bartz.

interested in further training In the Halitosis" that there will be no ex- opening and were urged by Presi- SENATORS: Daigle, Thompson,
sugar industry. He has had considerable "Lady tension of time given on the obtain- dent Owen to do their utmost to Crochet, Owens, Doty, Gross

'experience in agriculture.Myer Greeted With Cheers ing of driver's licenses which are due help raise Hendry County's quota. RED SOX: Crow, Vorhees. Niel-
sen, Bestor, Sikes, Peers.
October 1st.
: a recent high school graduate -
TIGERS: Wylie, Vaughn, (Red),
has a four-year ''record of work I TAMPA, Sept. 8-FNS-"Lady( Mr. Hamrick states that he has War Department Film Roland, Owen, Emery, Gericke.
in a Future Farmers of America I Halitosis," a battle scared B-26 received orders to- begin checking Philip
club. His major projects were Marauder, 'came home last week to all cars that appear on the highway To Be Shown In Florida I Trice, Dyess, McLeod, E. W. Risner,

grounds. beautification, home gar- :I be greeted with cheers by the boys: October 2nd, and that all who do Reed.

dening and poultry. at McDill Field. not have licenses at that time will I GAINESVILLE, Sept. -FNS) I
The fee of $1.00
entry per person
I Months ago she left the same run- be required to take the, driver's examination [-State Commander J. G. Davis of I will be used for the War Stamps to

I New Officials Are way for an "unknown destination." to obtain a license. the American Legion today an- the end'of the
be given in prizes at
I On patrol duty near Oran, she bag- Drivers licenses are on sale at nounced the formation of a statewide team will
I tournament, the winning
t Named at Riddle Field ged a submarine. She was in the Hub Chevrolet Company. committee to arrange for the receive 50% ; second team 30%

I thick of i it from then on and enemy showing of the war department film i' and third team .20%.
flack did just about everything to 25: TYPEWRITERS TURNED "This Is The Army" throughout I

Captain Leonard J. Povey, now I the, "Lady" but bring her down. OVER TO GOVERNMENT Florida, beginning in Miami September -
,' vice-president in charge of flying During her rigorous months of dally 26th. Community 'Church To

operations of the Embry Riddle Company combat she has been given the following TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 8-(FNS) I Davis accepted chairmanship of a 1
is acting as temporray General replacement parts: five new special committee to promote the Call Minister Sunday
-With approval of
the Speaker
Manager of Riddle Field, it was an- motors, nine new tires, a complete I film at the request of Governor
\'. nounced by the company this week. Richard Simpson of the House and Holland. \
set of brakes and seals, four generators -
Senate President' Beall 25 I II I will be a special congrega-
Captain Povey has been associated five starters, four carbure- Philip I There .
.! typewriters used by the Florida legislature Holland tional meeting Sunday morning following -
with the Embry-n .ddle Company for tors, one magneto and nine sets of Governor Spessard announced I
the session and stored I regular services at the Com-
during -
some time and was formerly stationed 72 spark plugs. appointment of Senator I
' at other times have been turned :: Church for the purpose of
Householder Sanford, munity
at Arcadia. Ernest F. ,
She played her part in the cap-
. over to the government for use by the calling as minister, the Rev. David
: Florida
The new Commanding Officer of ture of Pantellerla and skipbombedover I" district chairman of the

'.' the 75th A.A.F. F.T.D. at Riddle Sicily. She is credited with 43 ,Army and Navy. War Fund appeal, covering the Hancock, of Kewannee, Illinois.Fort Lau-

,,' '( Field is Major Benjamin Durham, combat missinos, three German sub- The number delivered represents counties of Orange, Seminole, Polk Rev. A. J. Cullmar of preachthe

',1_I Jr., who succeeds to the position held marines, six German planes and one about 25 % of the legislative type- and Osceola. Dr. John J. Tigert ')f derdale will be present Sunday to and will

by Captain Thos. E. Persinger, who transport, has unloaded 67,000 writers, all that could safely be made the University of Florida acceptedthe morning sermon congregational meeting .-

was recently transferred to Alexandria pounds of bombs and consumed available at this time, according to General State Chairmanship a moderate the .

La. (Continued on page 8) Secretary of State Gray, custodian. week ago. afterwards.T'r


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Private Hargrove! .J
: SUNDAY I WHERE you stand is not so
important as where

by Marion Hargrove fit R.V. i C..E. Lesson where are going. The question is you not
you are, but where
THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marion There was one rookie guard, he "I am also the nice sergeant," he Of The By HAROLD Moody Bible L. LUNDQUIST.Institute of D.Chcafio D-. / ought to be.-Samuel A. Eliot.you

Hargrove, late of the editorial staff of said, who halted him, questionedhim said, "who is going to let you earn (Released by Western Newspaper Union." 1 held it truth, with him who sings
the Charlotte (N. C.) News, has been and allowed him to pass. Aft- ..your seventy cents today. Take off To one clear harp in divers tones,

Inducted Into the army classified of aa his a er he had gone several steps, the your fatigue blouse, my man, and Lesson for that men may rise on stepping
cook and has spent a large share September 12
He has sentry again shouted, "Halt! Sergeant prepare to sweat. Today we make
"spar moments on KP duty. Of their dead
taken time out, however, to advise pros Taylor came back and wanted progress. We are going to unpack -ALFRED selves to higher things.
pective doughboys to "paint the town to know-politely, of course rifles." Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected TENNYSON.
red" before induction and once in the how come. "My orders," said the It seems to me that when the pSr'missio'iL and Religious copyrighted Education by International: used by The, soul of a philosopher
army to "keep, an open mind" ai the guard, "say to holler 'Halt' three manufacturer prepares to pack a runs away from his body and
"first three weeks are the hardest." His times and then shoot. You're juston box of Army rifles, his cruel streak desires to be alone and by her-
to KP is the despair ISRAEL MARCHES TOWARD self.Plato.Time .
constant assignment ,
second halt !
your now comes out at its worst. From the
of his sergeant who believes Har CANAAN
grove will never learn to be a crack The other popular expression is look of the rifles, he has his three- to the nation as to the

soldier. His last experience was a rifle, the come-a-running call that goes year-old daughter prepare a com- LESSON TEXT-Numbers 10:11, 12. 2936. individual, is nothing absolute;
Inspection In which he fared badly. Now up the line to ,the guardhouse whena pound of molasses, pitch, and used GOLDEN TEXT-Come thou with us. and its duration depends on the rate
he begins a new'episode concerning advancement guard takes a prisoner or "meets motor oil-the gooier the better. He V.Q. will do thee good.-Numbers 10:29. of thought and feeling.Draper.S .

In rank. any case not covered by instruc- slings each gun into the resultingmess
tion" (General Order No. 9). If the sloshes it around for while, There is a time to wait before

guard is on the seventh post, he and then lays it neatly into the box. God, to be instructed And prepared

CHAPTER IV sings out, "Corporal of the guard! I, You use a swab about the size ofa for holy living. There is also a time KI M IRRITATIONS OF

late of Post number seven!" The guard on tablecloth to wipe the grease from for action. When God says, "Move at EXTERNAL CAUSEacne

Selectee Joseph G. Gantt, out the sixth post picks up the cry and the rifle. When you're halfway forward," His people are to arise pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
Liberty, South 'Carolina, came 'it goes down the line like that. through the first rifle, you have to and be on their way. ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
for reveille this morning with agrin miseries with simple home
There's the about the officerof use'the to the from Israel, who had now been Goes treatment.
could have used for a foot rule. story gun wipe grease more to work at once. Direct action aids
you the the day who questioned a new sen- the cloth. When you have finished, than a year on the way from Egypt healing works the antiseptic way. Use
He both his
held arms against Black and White Ointment
front of his shirt in a queerly try, as officers of the day frequentlydo you need a large coal shovel to to Canaan, had been resting for a rected.IOc,25c.60c sizes.25 years only success.as di-
strained and blushed happily in order to test the sentries. wipe the grease off yourself. time at Mt. Sinai, there receiving Money-back guarantee. fzr Vital In
posture cleansing is good
every time someone looked at "Suppose," the OD asked, "that you There is nothing so conducive to instruction and being organized intoa (Black and White soap.Skin Enjoy Soap famous dally
him. shouted, 'Halt' three times and I itching as the inability to scratch. nation. They had set up a place

"The heat's got the boy," I told kept'going, what would you do?" Just when the molassespitchaxlegrease worship in their midst, and now

Gene Shumate. "Looks like the best The guard was apparently mixture covers your hand to they were ready to go on. That i isGod's Git or Hit-ler

ones always go first." stumped by the question. Finally he the point where you can't see the will for His people. Theyare Hitler is pronounced "Gitler" by

"That ain't the heat," said Cookie. answered, "Sir, I'd call the.Corporal outlines of the fingers, that left nos- toI. the Russians because their language
"He seems to have a cramp in his of the guard." tril starts tingling. At first it itches I Move Toward the Goal (vv. 11, has no H sound.

arms." We'looked at CitizenSoldierGantt's The officer of the day gloated. only 'a little and you decide to suf- 12).
fer it. So don't wipe your handson God had a schedule. He wanted
arms again. Then, for the "Aha! he said. "So you'd call the you
first time noticed of the would ? the seat of your trousers. Instead them to move forward on a certain
we two shining corporal guard, you ffo relieve distress MONTHLY
stripes on each sleeve. CitizenSoldier And just why would you call the you pick up another rifle and day (v. 11). Since the Jewish religious -

Gantt was a corporal now! corporal of the* guard?" your hand sinks, to the elbow in year, referred to here, began Female Weakness

"Heavens to Betsy," we shoutedin This time the answer was promptand the goo which wraps it. This is the with the spring equinox, this was
unison for his benefit. "Is that decisive-and correct. "To haul stage where your nose gets peevishand : about the middle of May. The dry LydIa pound E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
impatient' and decides to itch in season was ahead-a good time to made especially for women
dead sir! to help relieve
punk a corporal? Corporal Gantt away your body, periodic pain with its
acknowledged the tribute by joyfully Heroes are born, not made. earnest. travel. -due weak tired to nervous, blue feelings
changing his color to a holiday Finally you decide to give in. You Those who think the purposes of turbances. monthly dis
-pa- wipe your hands-an operation which God for men are nebulous' and un- Taken regularlY-Pinkham's Com-

,There's one job here that is noth- takes a good three or four minutesfor certain, and that He has no real pound against helps such build up resistance
l ing but goldbricking in itself. That's satisfactory results. You lift plan for us, are obviously mistaken. product that symptoms.helps nature Here is and a

the latrine orderly detail. You go to your hand to scratch your nose, onlyto His plan is good and acceptable and almost that's the a century.kind to Thousands buy! Famous for

work after lunch and spend the rest find that your nose isn't itchingany perfect; let us find and follow it. thousands of women have reported upon

of the afternoon watching the fire in more.I We do not have a pillar of clout. benefits.Worth trying Follow label directions.

w the water heater and feeding it reg- was doing fairly well this morn- and fire to move before us. We do LYD1AE. PINKHAM'S VECETIISLE

ularly-every two hours. The next ing, even when you take the itch not need 'it, for we, unlike the Israelites COMPOUND

morning you sweep and mop the into consideration; until the mess have God's Word for our

washroom and spend the rest of the sergeant happened to stroll by. guide, and His Holy Spirit as the

time until lunch watching the ,fire "Hello, little man," he sings gaily, One who will tell every responsivesoul

again. All in all, you lead a lazy, with a horrible gleam in his eyes. when and where to go. rTO CHECK RIAJ4'

carefree existence. "You've not been around to see me The important thing is to obey,

There was a slip-up somewhere for a long time. Aren't mad, are promptly and willingly, and we shall l- IN 1DAYS
yesterday. I was latrine orderly you?" have the blessing of God.II. .

instead of a KP. -.It was probably .I look at my hands, at the rifle, at Bring Others With You (vv tape 666Liquid

the mess sergeant's idea. the old shoe, and at the mess ser- 29-32).

The boys started out after lunch geant. I hold. my ,tongue. Healthis Those who go up to the promisedland for Malarial Symptoms.

for an afternoon of drilling in the wealth. should not go alone, they. should,
warm Carolina sunshine and learn- "We miss you terribly in the kitchen bring others with them.

ing to drive trucks across ditches.An ," he coos, "even when you go Moses, who had been in touch with

hour later, I decided to takea griping around that my food is the the family of his father-in-law 7ttUNITED *
worst in the I just the (known both as Jethro and
"'''V\ casual look at the boiler. When Army. saw Raguel,
N I opened the furnace-room first sergeant and I asked him to let or Reuel), now sees the value of:
door a
"Heavens to Betsy, we shoutedIn be KP he having with him his
blast of strong brownish smoke you a just as soon as can brother-in-law
unison for his benefit. "Is that STATESBONDS
Oh we're going to do who was so acquainted with the
spare you. ,
struck to the I lay
punk: a corporal?" me ground. '
there for several minutes, tappingmy wonders to that kitchenware, you great and terrible wilderness ANDSTAMPS
red. The grin widened, until his forehead thoughtfully while and I." through which they were to pass
\ He pats me on the forehead with that he could be invaluable
ears hung perilously on the brink of more smoke poured1 out. as a

his lips. It took him half the morn' When it still' hadn't slackened aft- ominous tenderness and departs. guide and helper.In ,m I g"

ing to sober his, spirits, to working er five minutes, I crawled under giving him the invitation, how-

conditions. the layer of smoke to the boiler. I ever, Moses stressed the opposite
thought-that it would be for *
Corporal Gantt has been in the There the sickening vapor was, good ,
Army exactly four months. He had pouring nonchalantly through clinksin Hobab if he' came with' them. That

been an acting corporal for three the door. :- i was doubtless true, but it was not

weeks before he got his stripes. the right approach.Men .
"Don't come telling me about it,
Heaven do not respond to the
grant him strength for said Sergeant "Ma" Davidson. v e oppor-
the ordeal ahead. tunity for advantage in spiritual
"Take out the pipes.and clean them.
things as readily as to the challengeto
"buck a
The term private" was explained All of them."
to us this afternoon. It refers dlfluhlflUflllUfluhJI 'usefulness. The motive,of acquisi- '
I had to see the top sergeant to tion is strong but the best folk
to the Old Army Game, "pass- lallElllu1f are
ing the buck." The sergeant is first get my instructions. When I returned o 1111 not as interested in what they can
to Sergeant Davidson ,I was get as what' they
called on the carpet for a mistakein can give. v
his platoon. The sergeant seeks happy again. The church may stress too much

out the corporal and gives him a "Ma," I, told him, "the top kick its value as a place of refuge and

dressing-down. The corporal passes says for you to supervise the job." not enough the unparalleled opportunity 1(

the buck by scalding the ears of the The sergeant was furious with rage niufmQr 111114Y it affords for sacrificial serv-

private. The private doesn't even ,and frustration. ,I grabbed a screw- ice.When
have a mule to kick, so he can't pass driver apd he grabbed Private Dow- Moses changed his plea and

the buck' any farther. He keeps it. ner, who had a black mark by his revealed his need of ,Hobab, the response -
That makes him a buck private. name for not wearing his identification J was immediate. He had

-Ra- tag. The three of us started thus won a friend and a helper.

"One of the;' most solemn and responsible work. III. Follow God's Guidance (vv. IAp1-
The man who devised the systemfor 33-36).
trusts 'of a soldier," Ser- connecting an indoor boiler and The sergeant yelled out of the win- u
geant "Curly" Taylor said today, an outdoor chimney should be dow at me, so I dropped my broom God gave special guidance on this
"is his occasion. The ark which commonly -
guard duty. Sergeant Taylor and went upstairs.
parched with his own pipes and
'was found in' the midst of the
who has been in the Army for
nineteen ,years and probably knows stuffed with oily soot. Five paces away, he turns for 'a people, now moved out before them.It .
Unscrew a pipe, lift it gently, coaxit was the symbol of God's
more about guard duty than any parting shot. "Blabbermouth! he pres
from its socket. Easy does it. I ence. As they went out into the
man in Fort Bragg, is teaching us snorts. ,
about guard duty nqw. Careful there. When you have it I,suppose he's good to his mother wilderness (which Deut. 1:19 calls
almost out, inhale for your sigh ot
"great and terrible") it
though. was as
The soldier
called to this
duty _
relief. Crash! The whole networkof
about once a month. For a twenty- The sergeant yelled out the win- though God Himself went before ,
pipes bounces off the floor
dow at me so I dropped broomin them.:
four-hour my
period, he.is on two hours,
ashes and soot half
and off four hours, and he "walks tering <; over the the battery street and went up- Is not this always* true? The

his' post in a military manner," battery area. stairs. He was sitting on the footlocker "Captain of Our Salvation," Jesus
guarding the peace and possessionsand After half an hour of scrubbing thoughtfully rubbing his chin Christ, is not One who tarries in

safety of a part of the post. and wiping the interior regions of with the handle of his mess-kit knife. safety at the rear and sends up or-

He is responsible only to a corporalof all the 'pipes, they're ready to go "Ralph Oxford got called up to the ders for us to attack life's prob- O Out where our soldiers are attacked -

the guard, a sergeant of' the up again. All but one of them are battery .commander's. office this lems. He goes before us! by mosquitoes that "zoom
in place and the last one is readyto The pillar of cloud hovered like Zeros" and flies that "buzz
guard, an officer of the day and morning ne said, ana do you over
his commanding officer. be fitted. Careful there! Easy, know what the Old Man gave him?" the people as though to give them like bullets" the Army uses
now! Watch out! Catch it! CRASH! shelter from the thousands of gallons of FLIT and
The closed his beating of the
The guard, or sentry, is known sergeant eyes and sun other insecticides.So .
chiefly to the reading and movie- The boys come in from the drill slowly shook his head. "Oxford..isn't desert. God is mindful of the road our you can imagine how deadly
going public by two expressions field at 4:30 and head for the show- a sore thumb to the platoon like His people must travel, and in His FLIT will be when you"shoot"it

"Halt, who goes there?" and "Cor-, ers. There is no hot water. you are," he groaned. "Oxford gota loving-kindness provides for their on common household pests! It
poral of the guard! Post number "Get a load of that Hargrove," bright red stripe to wear around protection and care. slays 'em as you spray ''em
three!I" The former, Sergeant Tay- they fume, in an unnecessarily nasty his sleeve." When the ark went forward, their FLIT is Grade AA. It far ex-
manner. "He gets a job where all leader, Moses addressed God in ceeds minimum requirements of
lor said with his best poker-face, "Oxford's no fireman, I told him."You're the Commercial Standards C S 72-38
he has to do is throw shovel of stirring words of
has given the Army a verse 35. The pea
considerable dern right he ain't, said as issued!Jjy the National Bureauof
coal on the fire two hours. ple whose God is the
worry at times.According every the sergeant. "Starting with today Lord may Standards.
to the sergeant, the And then when we come in, thereain't Oxford and Zuber and Roff and count on Him to scatter their ene- Buy a bottle of this "

guard is instructed to give the "halt"order. no hot water. There ain't,even Maciejewski and Pappas and Mihal- mies. ,puper-8layer-today!
three times and theft shoot. no fire. Throw the bum out." akakos are acting corporals!" All of human life is either a jour-
j jif
Over-enthusiastic ney or a battle and often it is both.
rookies from the' -AI I knew there must be a moral to L T wo.
back counties We must arise and make valiantwar
said had been
grinned weakly as I reported to all this, so I wanted for him to go
known to against the forces of evil if
go like this: "Halt halt the we
supply for work. "You
halt! Ka-POW sergeant are to move forward for God. .. if ifI
But u
I (You can believe it must be that nice Sergeant ThomasW. on."Now, why couldn't you have been' :
or leave it I we must recall that foes
; never question our as
what Israel I've heard so many nice one of those six boys? he asked.,
the sergeant says.) Christians, are also God's foes. I
The battle is
not ours, but God's.



- Q Convicts Work in BehalfOf i \


Others' FreedomMen r.


who will never again know the freedom of the poorest jiJlj1W" Wartime canning jar rings are Grape juice frosting is delicious,

citizen night and day on behalf of freedom made of unelastic reclaimed rub- and different. Put three table-
American are laboring
/ ber. Stretch them as little as spoons grape juice into a pint
: for others. They are the thousands of convicts in American prisons possible. bowl, then stir in one to one and'
Newspaper Union.
Released by Western
I who are helping to bring victory as effectively as those in the out- a half cups of confectioner's sugar

side world who are unhindered by striped suits or: iron bars. This EVEN J when Rip Sewell, Pirate Should the clothes closet become till mixture is thick enough to.

paradox becomes logical when it is remembered that these men charged into the early moldy, air it with an electric.fan. spread on your cake. .
days of August with a record of 17 An electric lamp kept burning fora .
who have abused freedom-know what its loss means.
victories against only 3 defeats there time will help dissipate the Hang blankets
over line with
a ,
Behind the walls of the Ohio state penitentiary 3,550 inmates was little chance for him to match moisture. half or a fourth on one side, and a

constantly produce war products at 1% cents an hour. At these the percentage records establishedby without clothespins. A blanket

wages they purchased over $20,000 worth of war bonds. Seventyfive pitchers of happier years. Hulls of lima beans make good dries quicker if two lines-near

per cent of these convicts :gave blood to the Red Cross. One of those records was estab- soup if they are put through a together share the weight.
lished by Robert Moses Grove, prob- coarse sieve or colander. The pods Squeeze water from the ends occasionally ,
ably the greatest left-hander of all cook quickly, and are rich in their and shake the.blanket to

time. Grove set a season record taste of the bean. fluff the nap.

and a two-year record that other

stars of the first magnitude' never
have been able to match. These Quilt Blocks C T BUY ASPIRINthat

/LC ,AC y( S.<,.:Lkf4 ;z\'u':'; Grove's top year was 1931 when he Have Modern Uses can do more for you than St. Joseph
won 31 games and dropped only 4 Aspirin. Why pay more? World's largest
seller at lOc Demand St.Joseph Aspirin
3,%.S V/" >/r ht for the Athletics. His percentagewas
/'"r C2:Y}: h;fpy .886. The year before he won

28 and lost 5. That's the record: in
: a:Cs j '' t txt Long Line of Convoys
Victory two successive seasons under Connie 'ucHTPR1M
Cil '' The sea lanes traveled regularly
f.t rL
Sy ; # ;r yG Vr Mack Grove won 59 games and ,
today by Allied convoys have a total
dropped 8 for a two-year percent.
\ length of 80,000 miles.
+ y5: of 867.
h .ri't' i+ age

K kk., ,1 The Beginning
Zb .
: .CY r (+ ; r}

% \ VL, lr jlrF r''x Lf ..txA' The tall, lanky off-side pegger let PIECE SQUAB CJl :: !aO

''.s,.:?<=; 4:..., %sS tCLS r .?;wra:4\> F "y;
y( 3 a ,Y f,: y2' iI>ya%>:'y ';S{;: yo<:}<.tieti};' ?yCt0 Raw smarting surface relieved amazingly -
the Blue Ridge league in 1920. He TO FACE CURTAIN EDGES ,
: .4vrXc x by the soothing medication of

>>.+ ::4; 4
.C' h'cp 1v ;::y _'' r : ,t'Ri) ;
R= i vZ .,, #k :a o wf; RSINOJ
} L'a;
%%t .tt'l, THIS old fashioned saw tooth
r. quilt pattern has been used for

the border of many handsome Upside Down Launchings

k1Z0;:: \' W/W..F:i :;<.. :;:7.P.' i i 2'xBi':: <.":' quilts. It is so modern looking andso Ships have been launched up-
simple to piece that it should side down, in sections and side-
: His release is a,long way off but he helps America by buying serve many decorative purposes. ways.

tear. stamps regularly. Here it trims kitchen curtains of
unbleached muslin. In addition to
.. _. .
"" '.r .7.R..7.wO> 'IO/!
its old time use its angular note

would make it effective as a bor-
der for luncheon cloths, aprons

and various other purposes.To ABOUT

make a,pattern cut a squareof I '

; fir.: !u cardboard, then cut diagonally; ( RUBBERRubber S
A'r 'ty one half will make a triangle pat-

fv=r.: fq /% tern. The size suggested in sketch

tt" r rCRyj4a may vary according to the pur-
7 ap LS >, pose in mind. If a bright color is
; zl'
,L used for the plain triangles, a nar-
7 row border will make a good shortage will cause
showing. motor trucks to be operatedthis

'*, year only 60 per cent of

This man learned ,radio in the Two of his pupils are these am- a.u.-........... _f' 4.' and have not selected their pattern should ing to OWI. Ton mileage haulin
navy. He now instructs fellowbitious I short-termers who ,hope to
send for the three patterns designed by intercity service however
convicts in all of its branches. get into the armed forces. ROBERT MOSES GROVEwas Mrs. Spears which will be sent to you for was up 10 per cent early this

n __,was. ._.v 25 years old ,when he reportedto 15 cents. Address: f' year.

Mack's Athletics in 1925. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS Rubber latex, a milk-like sub-

Economical Mack, who always Bedford mils New York. stance, contains from 30 to 40
preferred to develop his own players Drawer 10 per cent solids; cow's milk has
f ;ky r' '=w 'a$7 N/kC 9: .L, Enclose 15 cents for the 3 quilt pat
} 12 cent solids.
y// 1j fL from sandlotters the Baltimore only per
r r./'r ,a paid terns designed by Mrs. Spears.
Orioles $105,000 for Lefty but it
Name................................ Add lettuce to the list of rub
proved a bargain. For after using
ber producers Tests of three
Grove nine years-his best nine- Address.................eo..eo.......
y w r ; ,7r varieties of lettuce by the Uni-
Mack passed him on to Tom versity of California has .

$' Yawkey's Red Sox with Max Bishopand been reported, showed high
," % :; /!" George Walberg; for two play- Early Coalman Couldn't content of rubber latex.
rri/' ers and $125,000.v
/ S
tL} Sell 'Dirty Black Rock'In
$, Lefty was wilder than the South
f / wjI
fr wr Pacific jungles when he first came t7cBEGoodrich
1828 few of coal
Y Gl 61 a tons were
But Mack knew the answer.
,. up. shipped into Cleveland to deter-
Grove hurried too much. He pitchedthe
mine if this kind of fuel could be
ball back to the catcher as fastas
introduced here. An agent loadedon
he received it. ;Mack forced I
a and drove one
wagon up
Grove to count''13 before each"deliv
street and down another almost
rf, ery, and in a year's time ,the baseson
x pleading with the residents to buy
balls dropped and his strikeouts
at) least a small basket full. But
'/ "
; !4.wN !/ :% i j/G>%, soared.
/ they weren't going to be fooled
Grove led the American league in into 'buying this dirty black rock

earned-run percentage nine years when they could get wood.
1926, '29, '30, '31, '32, '35, '36, '38 At nightfall the agent drove to a

I'! and '39. He won 16 consecutive barroom and persuaded the pro-

games in one season-from June 13 prietor to try some in the stove.

Another convict? in a very different kind of war work supervises a to August 19, 1931. This was the beginning of the coal

battery of machines which dry and roll Osnaburg cloth in the cotton Other RecordsIn business in Cleveland.

mill. The army has given the prison a contract for 150,000 yards of
1912 Joe Wood, with the Red
this material which is used for target ranges, sandbags and camouflage. Sox, won 34 and lost 5 for a percentage :

Imprisoned women a of ,872.Walter Look for the NAME ,k .

r'f h Johnson's top was
r year
also are pitching into J l : 7S 1913 when he won 36 and lost 7 for

war work. At the Washington. Percentage.837.In WARm

New'Jersey reformatory 1905 Christy Mathewson won

they make r r' 31 and lost 9 for the Giants. Grover

Alexander won the same numberand
navy work shirts, lost 10 for the Phillies of 1915. mORninG-: ;

roll bandages, workin In more recent years Vernon Go- \;;:::

nearby war plantson mez won 26 and lost 5 for the : ;',
parole and pro- Yankees of 1934, a percentage of When You Select a f '' .

duce foodstuffs froma .839. Two years later Carl Hubbell ..:.<, ," ..<..
won 26 and lost 6 for the Giants. COAL HEATEI .J' ..'\'.:< ,,> .
200-acre reforma- >:""
Dizzy Dean won 30 for the Cardinalsin < :Y :'
tory farm. 1934 while losing 7.

This is only a partial list, picked

from the topnotchers.In .
p7 s
the past 40 years only two

pitchers have won 40 or more
O'Don't be misled! Be the is spelled
r:. games. They were Jack Chesbro sure name
1. W-A-R-M M-O-R-N-I-N-G. The WARM
who won 41 for the Yankees in 1904 1'J a name
S n MORNING is of getting the -
p+wL+v+'.iwi.4: and Ed Walsh who won 40 for the '' your genuine
t ; t ... the heater with amazing,patented interior
Above Women inmates 1908 White Sox. construction features that are giving remarkable
pre Grove started out as a fire ball results to hundreds of thousands of users through .
? ; ti lj r/, rAi pare vegetables for market. hurler. He had terrific speed. It is } out the nation. It's the only beater of its kindin
Left: Part of the day's the world!
} outputof doubtful if any other left-hander ever
ny Jr .
l feed
navy shirts are being pre- had as fast a ball as Grove's. Strictly 4
4 ryt i xys Holds 100 Ibs. coal o Burns any
pared for shipment. Approxi- a thrower, he poured it on for I
s kind of coal, coke, briquets No 2 a
+ ,tip fYl mately 350 of these shirts are every pitch. No hurler could hopeto f w CLINKERS You need start a fire : '11
4 4 %' / Rr maintain that pace forever and but once a year Heats all day andnightwithoutrefuelik.oYotuhome
finished' every day in the sew- Grove one day found his, speed wan- i j ,
ing department of the reform -K is WARM every MORNING when l P
ing.No x| ''
atory,which is operated on the one knows what the future will Model I20EJPat. awaken.regardlessof (L-8B)
bring but the name of Bob Grove No. HSO27 DEALER
honor system and has no barsor Name KesJ. U. S.& SEE YOUR .
stone walls. will be a permanent part of the Caa.Pai.olt. LOCKE STOVE COMPANY pyv
J records book 114 West llth St. Kansas City 6.Mo.

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The Clewiston News .......'.........................................'......................:'...:....................-....-.-. ........ Book Reviews RATIONING have specific authority s to make
stamp refunds in such cases

Published every Friday In Clewlston New books in-Clewiston Public Library CALENDARBlue Some Cigarettes
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS With i -reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean An increase Up
Tnc. from a half-cent to
King, chairman: Stamps: -R, S 'and T good one cent a pack in the top retail '
THE WABASHBy until Sept 20; U,. V and W become prices of so-called
KEATIIL.ET BORDEN, Editor Our Boysin William E. Wilson. I valid Sept. 1; expire Oct. O.I" to meet increased"economy tobacco brand"cigarettes

c'a THE WABASH is as exciting a Red Stamps-Y and Z valid until costs was authorized '. .'
week ;
Entered as second class mall matter book as has appeared in the Rivers Oct. 2. u OPA. The by
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In I" increase does not extend'to
For the banks
of America series; on Brown Stamps-A, in Ration the
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act theService Book more expensive so-called standard
March 3, 1897. of the Wabash, during the Revolution 3-becomes valid Sept. 12 for meats,I brands. -
the shape and size of the United fats, cheese, etc.
.. rlpllon 2.00 States was determined; and in Sugar Stamp No 14-Five The "economy brands".-such as
Year pounds
Rate $ I'er Avalons, Dominos,
the valley of the Wabash was de expires Oct. 31. Grands-will and Twenty -

.AdvertJaJDg Rate On Application. veloped "the rare fusion of southern Sugar Stamps No. 15 'and 16 price of 13 now have a top
I and Yankee' industry, Each for one pack or
grace good for five
pounds for
i 12% cents In sales 'of '
Devoted to the advancement and wel- cw which for more than a century, has ning purposes; good until Oct. 31. more than
one pack at time
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. made the Hoosier one of the finest Shoe Stamp No. 18-Valid a plus the state .
N:N:N:N N:..:N:H N:N:N N:N:N:N N:N:N N:..:N N:N:N:1.:N: i i of American types." Oct. 31. until tax of three cents on each pack;", '

Two boys from the frozen north I The story of the Wabash is the A-6 Gas Coupons-Good until Nov. Synthetic-Tire .
story of people of imagination and I 21. Prices
NATIONAL EDITORIAL are seeing: some of Florida's sun-(daring: LaSalle, George Rogers '- \ Top legal prices for synthetic rub-

,shine in Clewiston this week. Mack Clark Rapp, and Roberts Xew ber tires and tubes have been estab-
iSSOCIATION I( George Red and Blue Point Values lished
Royals' arrived last week, and hi Owen. Here, in the Wabash country I Reflecting an improvement in by the OPA. In the main '
they are the
furlough has already been chronicled I : young Abe Lincoln lived with his civilian meat supplies, OPA has 1 for corresponding same tires as ceiling prices

in these columns. And Leon Brewer family for fourteen years before reduced the ration point value of crude rubber and become and tubes of

who has spent several months they moved 'on to Illinois. most lamb and bacon cuts as well as: Sept. 9. "This action effective
where the continuous'snow is relieved -' Down to the present the story is the point value'of sirloin steak and "preserves OPA said,

<-:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:-:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:.. only by more snow and ice is carried-the story of a rich land, an rib roasts, effective last Sunday.: time as there tire is prices evidence until to indicate such

here visiting his uncle and aunt, independent and exuberant people, These point values will remain in what changes, if '
any, would be
RAMBLINGS :Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Redish and nu- and wide-flowing river. effect until Oct. 2. In addition, sev-| justified."

merous friends.. Leon is with the' THE {EXTU'KYBy eral variety meats, including brains

By B. B. air transport command and has Thomas D. Clark and tongue, have lower point values.At Application Time Extended
been in Alaska for months.He the same time, the ration
. several THE cost The date for
KENTUCKY waters two filing military ap-
(---:0.-. is his of creamery butter rose from
spending part of furlough 10 to plications
for ration
picturesque storied and book
j contrast- 3 has been
.in Georgia with his mother. While ]I 12 points per pound. For the first extended through
ing regions the mountains of eastern Sept. 11.
: -
The news for which the world has here he has been displaying some :i time, country butter is assigned a special application
Kentucky with their ,backward may be obtained
been waiting flashed over the radioa J beautiful colored photographs of value of six points per pound. Un- from commanding officers'
the elegant
and horse-breed- and is
Alaskan He looks grand til now it has had the same point
before Wednesday scenery. pre-addressed
few minutes noon ing Blue Grass. The author writesof to an OPA mailing
Italy has surrendered! And and likes the Army life fine, and the part that Kentucky has play- value as creamery butter. center in Chicago, from which the

millions of prayers of thankfulnesswere says he fs having a wonderful ,experience ed in history, when it was a main Commenting on the higher ration books .will be mailed to 'military per-

offered, for the unconditional highway, with its tabulous'keel- cost of creamery butter, OPA said: sonnel entitled to them. ..
increase in meat point 'values
surrender of Italy saved thousands I
boatmen; and coming down to later
of lives on both sides of the fight- Ed Von Mach, who has been taking times has touched on many aspects more than offsets" the higher cost of '

ing. Invasion costs dearly, in men, pre-flight training at Allegheny of its romantic territory, with chapters creamery butter. ,

money and materials. It's Church- College, Meadville, Pennsylvania, on Kentucky food and politics, In a companion order, DPA also I i '
ill's "blood, sweat and tears" at its has completed this portion of his belles and moonshiners, horseracingand announced point changes in 21 items

highest, and we are jubilant that the!(. training and has been sent to the re- hardshell Baptists, mountain qf "blue stamp" foods. Of these, HOUSEWIVES'

surrender of Italy will reduce the placement center Nashville. wherehe ways and legends, and much besides. the point values of 13 items' are
fighting and heart-aches just that I will be for a few short weeks un- raised and eight are lowered. Prin-

much. til assigned to a training station. Ed SUWANNEE RIVER cipal increases are in canned and

And many Clewiston boys helped (lis now ready for flight training, and By ,Cecile Hplse Matschat frozen fruits. The main decreasesare .

in the gigantic task of bringing Italy 'with I many such flight schools in The great interest of the SU in canned, vegetables. A No.

fo her knees but one boy had a i Florida we hope he is lucky enough WANNEE is not its plantations but 2 % can of tomatoes, for instance, GREASE IS AN ESSENTIAL

special part in the procedure. With- to draw an assignment' close by. its jungles. It rises in the great now costs 21 blue points as com

out a, doubt it was the precise, Okeefinokee Swamp which is di pared with 24 blue points in August MATERIAL FORMUNITIONS .

spectacular bombing of Rome that i Frances Nail sent in a change of vided between Georgia and Florida. Effective Sunday, OPA restored

first brought the Italians to the address for Campbell,' although he In it dwell hardy backwoodsmenwho dried prunes, raisins and currants

realization of the strength and I is still at Camp Peary. He is in I preserve the speech of the back on the_ rationed food list witha -

power of the Allies and the knowl- "Super" 12 Battalion and just what Elizabethans and the virtues ,)f value of four points per pound for

edge of the damage that would be the "Super" indicates, we wouldn't { pioneers. They are suspicious. each. These' items were temporarily CLEWISTON
I I I strangers, but their women are interested removed from rationing March ''29 MARKETS .
inflicted on their homeland in ,the know. Perhaps it's, a battalion of
The mission Supermen in herbs, and as a botanist because of the danger of spoilage CAN
. war. bombing you remember if so, we aren't a bit", NOW HANDLE
was carried out with pre- surprised to find one of Clewiston's Miss Matschat was able to live among during warm weather.

cision bombing, and those men who boys in there with the rest. Incidentally [ them enjoying the primitive hospitality All retail food stores will be sup YOUR SALVAGED

went on the mission were chosen Campbell is about through I r and courtesy of a moon plied with new point charts 'for display "FATS '

for their records of hitting their, with| his Camp Peary; training.. He'sa I' shiner, who stipulated ''that she b el to their customers; OPA ,added.

targets exactly. Jack Moorman was ;CAM in the Sea-Bees, and will blindfolded on being brought to his I

one of the bombadiers on that first soon go into active duty He's been home. She tells her experiences i in' Shoe Stamp Refund DO .'YOUR PART

mission, and; to Jack and thousands training and 'drilling sixty' "bots" at the third person, calling herself, as I If a customer is unwilling to accept

like him in American and other Camp Peary. In his last examination they called her, the Plant Woman; delivery of a pair of shoes for

Allied services in North Africa, in primary training he made the she collected not only plants,' but'' whJch he has surrendered his shoe

Tunisia, Sicily, and England, we highest average in his class,-which folklore and local customs. I coupon, the retailer may give him a
owe the happiness that flooded our I doesn't surprise us in the least. Her book brings, into vivid lif especial| shoe stamp instead of delivering -

hearts when the, radio made its announcement -/ Clewiston's boys always are found the teeming river-jungles, filled with i'i the shoes, OPA has ruled.

this week. .J| up there at or near the ton.Incidentally I II ,poisonous snakes, alligators, and Many dealers encountered difficulties -' CLEWISTON REALTY
,. huge snapping-turtles that are over "lay-aways" when the
I service men wjll b e eqaully deadly, but filled also with merchandise was available but cue and DEVELOPMENT
in to know that
Up Orlando the Jaycees have "Mis. Camp
birds, flowers, and insects of fantastic tomers failed to complete payments,
a plan that could, be copied with > who is with her parents in
beauty, and she makes]: real did not want
Madison the shoes, and demanded
great .benefit by the Kiwanis club Fla., has been appointed : CORPORATION
the of'that
rugged people stiangeand return of ration Beginning
here.'?The ,Jaycees organized a Vic- I as' executive secretary of the Red currency.
tory Garden committee, and pooling Cross there, and her duties consist, separate world. last Tuesday retailers will,

their resources, tractors, harrows of giving assistance to service men -

and hiring a small crew, they con- and their wives in the chapter's, ter-

tracted to plow up and harrow vacant ritor)'. So another member of the I' I
family is in service OLD JUDGE SAYS. '.;..." ... ..,. ',
lots and backyard gardens fora even if she isn't -'; 'i'.>>..:_.,, ., ,' '1;"':..."..., .:',
nominal price. Since the work in uniform. -' ?;- ;" i
t '
was done by the same group and ,I !i'11 ,} ,;:}:

theyl// went straight from I Harold "',
one garden Duke, of the Sea-Bees,
to another the price was cheaper for I who is spending his furlough here: ) L .

each individual than if thev hiring I is enjoying a visit from his brother,

had been done separately. But, best | Dan Duke, of the Army.
of all, it was DONE.: Arid when : I;
anyone gets a little labor done 'I John : r 1
Robbins who is taking flight :
around his house these days, it is an j
event. I training in Miami Beach, spent the r j ri

r 1 week end at home .here. It was {

I John's first furlough since going into .. i \ YI

State Highway Patrolman\ ;E. I service, and he really enjoyed it.; I I' .

Hamrick, has asked, the News to try: His folks had visited him in Miami(I I >. ,- '

to impress people with the fact that one Sunday recently, but this was.
the month of his first time I F- 4 t
September is the on- back in .Clewiston.I I: ,
ly time they can obtain a driver's \oJI ''

license without taking the dr ver's The first word in months from '

test. Hamrick ,says the patrolmen I Ken Harris came in a very unexpected i ; .
have been informed that there will manner to Parker Wilson this ,.

positively be no extension of time week, and the story is just one more ,.,'

on the drivers licenses, and that instructions instance of the smallness of this

have been given to start world. I "<
checking all cars on the highwaysafter ","
October Parker has a cousin, Frank] I ,
Wright, (former publicity director I I'i "
Unless Clewiston
folks get busy, of the
University of Florida
) who is
they are going to
have !
to stand in '
now in Calcutta )
Indiana 1st
line to a lieu-
get licenses the last few .
the U. S.
Air Force. He
days of October, or maybe stand in :
a wrote
line to take the tests later on. Bet of the Calcutta that he went to one .. .."t.. ,
hotels to '
ter take or send see an ,
your old license to American .t.
officer on business. ,The ,,"
Hub Chevrolet and. get a new license particular officer .,. '. ,:
was not .
right away. ',: '
j( but the three officers who shared ;. ,}
,. .' !h ;r'. ,
I his quarters were there. The talk 1:" : & -, \
Mrs. Stewart has decided that the drifted to the United States and to .,--.. ".
Clewiston News does get around. Florida, and -: ",
said ,
one of the :
We put in a request for some Boogie- officers told him he had lived in "Glad we ran into you, Judge. I was just it. It told how a confessed bootlegger in :'- ,'...
Woogie dance records for the Cadet Clewiston for a while. Frank said tryin' to set Helen straight on this business a Federal court testified to the fact that :.

Club and the only response the Club "I have a cousin there, Parker Wil- about sugar. I wish you'd tell her what you another bootlegger, also on trial had ,' .";..

got was from New ,Orleans, where son, did you know him?" "Oh, yes, told me last night down at lodge." bought a million pounds of sugar a few : '
Runelle '
McGehee read the request I1 he was my room-mate," said the "Glad to, Jim. I told him, Helen that years ago..

and remembered the Cadet Club. officer, who was Lieutenant Kent there's not a single bit of truth to the "As a matter of fact, Helen, no distilleris '
That's fine for New Orleans, bu I Harris. And whiskey today and hasn't for ,
what's that's all we know of rumor that the distillers use sugar in making '
the matter with Clewiston? Ken yet. making whiskey. They make it exclusivelyfrom many months. All distillers are working ...\ I I

grain. Only bootleggers 'use sugar to night and day producing war alcohol for the ',' -

The increasing demand for week- Roger.-v.. S. flier's slang' mean make whiskey. 1 read an article in the government. And they make every drop of

stationed end transportation at for service men ing O.K. They'll say O.K. jf we paper just last week that goes to prove it exclusively from grain too." ........;. Ma..._ east military posts on the keep our assembly lines rolling and -. ___ "

East coast has caused the Florida L I invest our surplus dollars in War .... .
trains Coast each Railway to operate special 11 Bonds. Buy an extra $100.00 Invasion ADVERTISEMENT Conjtitntt 9]AtccMie Bttnottndttttrut.. liteAGE :.i
Sunday 'tor'.military per- Bond in September.


I I 1 Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Bryant had I Barbara Brown, Margie Allen,-ter of the nation. What, shall we HY

r as their guests Sunday State Senator Dorothy Sealey, Mary Nell Christian, say then? If more of the individuals GRADE cabbage.

r William Cliett of Bowling Green and I Evelyn Dyess, Dahlis Royals, Betty of the nation are' of an evil nature seed $ 1 2.00 per pound

[ Personals j Jack Cliett of Wauchula. Senator I McDuffie, Marian Yoder, Marilyn then that nation cannot be a '

Cliett is. a' brother of Mrs. Bryant. Davis, Parmelia Bourne, Geraldine righteous nation. Therefore, :if we ,
I Barton, June Dunaway, Betty Town- want a new nation we must of Simmons
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry send, Leola Jacobs, Jacqueline Bled- necessity bring it about through new ,
Knight will be interested in the an- I soe, Glynell Hall, Margaret Fort, and individuals. The
the week only way an in- Fla. '1.
Mrs. Lon Goetz spent birth of 1 it.
noun Jerry Greenberger, Hugh, Ballard, dividual can possible be a new man
: end in Miami. ; Saturday September 4th, at Christ-
I Jack Waters, Melvin Torbert, Tom- is through Faith in the Lord Jesus
iansburg, Virginia. The baby has} Radford, Dick: Owen, Bobby Christ., A
my responsibility rest
[ Mr. and Mrs. George Bellamy, been named'Michael Robert. I TRAILER For Rent
Topper, Medford Dunaway, Sam upon us Christians to see that oth- or
spent Monday in Fort Myers. 'I
I' ,t', Mrs. C. L. McLendon and l\h s.1 Borden, Ginger Morris, ,Jack Bur- ers hear of the Salvation provided' sale. Reasonable. See
kette, Danny Brook, Pat Hendry, through Christ. Let
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small spent !Carl Berner are going in to West us then be
I Gordon Hand, Reeves Claire, and .faithful in spiritual relation- Ann
our Dayton Clewiston
the week end at Fort Myers Beach. Palm Beach' today for Mrs. McLen- ,
don's mother, Mrs. T. P. Forbes, who Mrs. Lynwood Blount, and Mrs. ships. Be faithful' to the. Christ and
V. Francis. J'I to His, church. Inn. 1 1.
Miss Marcia Avant was a business will return with them to recuperate
I visitor in West Palm Beach Thursday at the home of the McLendons. The ordinance of Baptism will
BRIDGE TOURNAMENT PLANNED, I be administered at the evening serv-
Mr. and Mrs Carl E. Johnson and FOR SIX WEEKS OF PLAYA ice Sunday. Be present to witness. FOR SALE-One, green

JI Mr. and Mrs. E. C., Mills and sons son, Lief, spent the week-end in I this impressive scene. Chippendale sofa two
spent Labor Day week end at Fort j I'Sarasota with Mr. and Mrs. CharlesH. Bridge Tournament will begin Ladies class meeting will be held ,

Denaud. Johnson. Their other son, ,Jim- next Thursday evening, September I'at the home' of Mrs. Fred Topper 'at walnut end tables. Per-
I my, returned with them after a two 16th, and will be played weekly for 8:30 p. m.
Mr.' and Mrs'.*F. M. Rodriguez weeks' visit., six weeks at Sugarland Park Recre- The program and business meeting :; fect condition. Reason-

spent Labor Day week end in Fort ation Center. Players may group of the W. M. S. will be held atthe

,Myers. < v Mrs. A.V.., Sias and Mrs. A. W. themselves by tables if they prfeer, church at 3:30 p. m. An in- able. Box 7188 1 Clew-

'I' -- Lawrence spent the week end in Miami or partners may be drawn each time. teresting and inspiring program has iston. '

John H. Maloy, Jr.? of West Palm ,visiting A.V.. ,Sias, who is Any whore interested may contact been prepared and'all' ladies are in- J It_
Beach was a business visitor In stationed at Miami Beach with the Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, hostess at the vited to attend.

Clewiston Monday I Army.: Center. Did you ever wonder how the FOUND One
\ A small fee will be charged to defray Apostle Paul could ,be both 'a Ro- police

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Egley and Mr.. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller and expenses of,, the tournament. A man and a Jew at the same time? dog. Owner call at
Mrs. L. J., Pape were business visi- Gene Fuller are spending a two door prize will be given each night This ,is one of the many things
tors in West Palm Beach Friday. weeks' vacation at Fort Lauderdale I and a grand prize at the end of the which will be discussed at the mid- ration office describe:

', Beach. They expect to return this tournament. week prayer service at 8 p. m. Wed-
Mrs. E. H. Walston has accepteda week end. nesday. We are continuing the dog and pay for ad. J 1t.. .

position as teacher in the Lake '- _\ YOUNG WOMEN'S MEETINGThe study of Eph sians and those who
Harbor school for the coming term.Carolyn ; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. ,McLendon I have been faithful in attendance

fc visited Mrs. T. P. Forbes in, West I Young Women's Organization testify that this study has meant FOR RENT-Furnished

Bryant is leaving this Palm Beach over, the week end. Mrs. of the Community Church 'will more to them than any other.' Hasit bedroom
week end for Brunswick, Ga., where Forbes is recovering from a recent 1 meet at eight o'clock Monday, September had an opportunity to bless your one or two

she will attend school this year. operation.Miss 13th, at the home of Miss life? If not then come next Wed- C. M. Jarvis
Roberta persons. : ,.
T nesday and receive the blessing you

Mr. and Mrs.-W. Dean King spent Mauryne, Louise and Anne should have. Try to read all the Royal Palm Avenue* ,-
Prewitt, returned Wednesday from a FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Book of Ephesians before you come..
the holiday week end on a fishing
trip to, Naples Beach. three weeks' visit with their aunt, H. C> Meador, Pastor Bring a, friend. Get the prayer I Phone 102. It
Mrs. R.V.. Watson, in Columbus, --- meeting habit! I

Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. "There can lie 'no new world save Choir practice will immediate follow -
: G. M. Ford, who has been stationed Prewitt met the girls inVest Palm through new men." I I prayer service. I
at Panama City, returned home
Becah. I Sunday School-9:45 a. m. "There is no way of making a J. 'M. COUSECounselor
this week for a visit. -
: "
Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. new man save in Christ Jesus.
I Mrs. G. Willis Tyson arrived the Training Union-7:15 p. m. and Attorney at Lawi

: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Storyof first of the week from Los Angeles, Evening Worship--9:30 p. m. Tiger 'Beat-is U. S. war slang for i Hopkins Building

Fort Myers, spent" the week end here California: 'where she accompaniedthe The unit' of Society is the Home. beef. The less we buy the more they Wednesdays and Saturdays
; visiting 211'and Mrs. Melvin Pape. body of her husband for burial. The unit' of the Home is the in- get. The less we buy the more we ,

: !, -' Mrs. Tyson will remain for a short dividual. The individual in the final save. Back the attack with War I 9:30 to 4:00, ,
Mr. and Mrs: S. L. Crochet and time at her home here and plans to analysis determine the charac- Bonds. );j

; daughter, Sharon, spent the holiday return, with her small son, Larry, to ,. "
:: week end in Miami. California to live. '

J -'
', Mr. and 2lrs.V.. P. Vaughn, Jr:, Miss Alden Maples is leaving this \
are spending their vacation in j week end for Tallahassee where: l '"

Baton Rouge, Louisiana. j she enters her junior year at Florida: ; : :,';

t' -- I State College for Women. Miss /:,' ,'" : : 'i. ,;: .Z ,

Mrs. R. R. Hooks, 'Miss Renee Maples has been employed at the ", ;; ,
i,: Wethington and Miss Leah Richaud Clewiston Motor Company during
spent the week end in West Palm the summer. : ,,
x Beach. : .'c'f ,,_ ,
: ,. Miss Lucile Strehle of Gretna. >-ft ;: ,.1 '>' -
,IVIr. and Mrs. H. B.. Magill and Louisiana, left Monday after a visit : : ;:

j- daughters, Janice and Harriet, are with her sister, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez 'f X:5- 'lE'i : .

motoring to Fort'Myers on business and family. Miss Shirley Ruth ,i' -' '): .
1. this afternoon Rodriguez accompanied her on the \, ;,;"

: I I' trip as far as New Orleans where 1 :.-:'
she re-enters school this yeai'. '
I ': ;.;
Aviation Cadet John Robbins of ','.
Miami Beach spent Labor Day week ',,:";; '
A group of Clewiston: ladies attended -
k end here with his parents, Mr. and \
the meeting of the chapter
Mrs. ;Joseph Robbins.Mr. '
i of the Order of Eastern Star in

[ Moore Haven Tuesday night. They
and Mrs. Jimmy Harris and were Mrs. J., M. Fountain, Mrs. A.
sons spent the week end in LaBelle I W. Lawrence, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle,

with her parents, Mr. and Mis.. I Mrs. J. F. Morrison,, Mrs. E. W. Mc- ? .. 4' 'rr ':'' v,%;', ."' :xn H.4',, ,. I
Frank Turner. ;: ::.:::nJ::." 57:;x,v?.i,;:, Leod, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs. .4 I.4i5iwJYWABLE
I Laura Vorhees; 1\Irs.-Sally Town-; /

Miss Edythe Nell Cornette is leav- send and Mrs. Daisy Yoder: Mr..

ing for Lakeland to'reenter Florida I'Pirkle also attended the meeting I hk'
Southern College, where she is a' with the .group. I PATRIOTS
member: of the Senior\ Class., I I

Mrs. Paul I. Williams, of Norman,
i Miss Marianne Jones is leaving I Oklahoma has arrived at the homeof II

t this ,week end for Tallahassee to enter her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E; S.
: Florida State College for Women Knight. Mrs. Williams has made i /aJexQe'kI
her: home in Norman with her hus- ..
I, 1 'ball d's parents for the past year. ,
Mr. and :Mrs.: N. V. S. Mumfordand I Major Williams has been reported 0 yf 6

Mr. and Mrs. Harley A. Case i, missing in action in the Southwest iy
were/Labor Day week end 'visitors in'' Pacific area since May 21st after a
West Palm Beach. I
: spectacular career as pilot of a
--:.- I which
'Flying Fortress, participated
Mrs. W. N. McClure' Immokalee in the Battle of Midway ,and had C''

is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dink I been' in action, continuously since
/I' Davis, and family here for a short I i that time'
.. -
Billy Perry, Walter Vaughn and }'OIIqWIXG! BINGO GAMESA
Jimmy Paul have returned, to'' Mill- ;'

edgeville, Ga., where they are at- }5'i >
group of bingo players, who ,:>
tending Georgia
Military College. I have been enjoying the Wednesday
I Bingo games at Sugarland :Park:
Mr. and Mrs C. E. Miner and children Recreation Center, held a pot-luck

'". Charles, Rachel and Carroll, buffet supper after the games Wed- ,':" '
have returned from a two weeks' nesday. Each of the / 'r' : '
I stay at Fort players con- ; :W Lines family hold a firm admiration for our passengers.
,,- Myers Beach. tributed something for the meal. E of the Florida Motor

,:.1 -" Enjoying the games and, supperafterward ." For when it comes to bearing up, when war travel emergencies and problems are

.,' Mr. and Mrs. B: L. Thompson and were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. "f:"_ :.," bearing down, they're 100 proof 100 per cent! _I In fact, as a group.they are the
sons Bernie
and Gene : r
were week ;
; Boudeaux, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Olden, ,: folks It's been our good fortune to know. 4
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman most cooperative, most cheerfully
: Mrs. W. A. Davis Jack and Martha
Thaggard in Fort Myers. rift In long and pleasant travel relationship. ,3.
I \ i ____ Davis, Mr. and Mrs. D. Lamer and ,' Fewer conveniences have made no
I grandson, Charles Johnson, Mr, and [They accept wartime conditions as they are relinquish their good American

I i \ .. Ann Mrs. R. A. Chapman and daughter, Mrs. Phil Thielen and Philip Thielen, $" prerogative to travel how, when and where they please, all In the cause of Victory.. -
, spent the week end in LaBelle Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hines, Mrs Harry that rolls around
colors day
their true
visiting Mr. and Mrs. HIckman Florida Motor Lines are flying every
I Vaughn, 11rs.V., P. Vaughn, Sr., "
I ,' _, Howard. Harry Vaughn, Mr, and Mrs. J. E. ] (.,. and they can depend upon Florida Motor Lines to do its level best by them ;

i -'. Mrs. Hawkins, E. W. McCleod C. V. Wad- to prove worthy of their continued good will and loyalty.
T. 'E.
of' Chattanooga low and Frank M. Rodriguez. ;
Tennessee, arrived this week ',' ','
'_,," for a visit. Mrs. Burgner is the DANCE AND SUPPER PARTY I -:, MILLER'S DRUG STORE
", 'j former Mrs. Nellie Geiger. CELEBRATES :J6TH BIRTHDAY

..... ,Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peers of Miss Mamie Trice celebrated her
Clewieton and Mr. and Mrs. Neal sixteenth birthday with a party at
Williamson of Lake Harbor spent Sugarland Park Recreation Center
the week end in LaBelle with Mrs. $
Tuesday evening. Mrs. T. E. Trice
Peers and Mrts., .
Williamson's par- was hostess for her daughter, and
ants, Mr. and Mrs. 1
Hampton. the
party was a buffet supper and.
",, Mr. and Mrs. Williamson are moving dance. -

to Fellsmere. _, i. Among the guests were Misses 11111I11)I2Jlii) llilllil !0"\\\jllllllllllllfRIJ\\ : \ illllllll 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIi l lllllllll"" 11111111111111 1 111IIIIIJI'III' CI lrnrrnmml llllllll lllll t IIIIIIIIIIIIII! ijlill!

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ir i T *" *

I :: Planners Emphasize G R U pOR sometimes nag me. my 50 ; worries

VV EA OsY They bo\t"

Need for Orderly 'D' Day Y /IVNU Srrvc. -b.5 thick swarm zs Lees. : :,

It's nice to think in .;
Washington, D. C.
Rationing Manpower times like

Planning Board Report Envisions( Reintegration you think the U. S. Black Mar- By PAUL V. McNUTT- The world i is Full oF

ket is profitable, take a look at op- Chairman War Manpower Commission. books zs\d tree:
Of Men Into Services Where Skill, erations in China. A fountain pen f\.".,-cat+h

Are Recognized. costs $10,000 Chinese currency in The new frontier in manpower is
Ability Chungking. Even with the Chi- effective use of manpower. Management 'b
nese dollar worth only five, cents this labor, and the public must ya
is $500 in U. S. dollars and a lot of see to it that no workers and no hour
By BAUKHAGE dough to pay for a fountain pen. of any worker's time is wasted.
New Analyst and Commentator. You can also understand why U. S. During the past two years man- H

5. Veterans credit for old age and fliers load up with lipstick'before go- power problems have changed from WNU Feature
Next week's release of, "Wash- survivors' insurance on the basis of ing to China. A lipstick brings time to time. At first it was largelya
ington Digest" will be written service in the armed forces. $5,000 in,Chinese dollars in Chung- matter of "getting the right workers -
from Quebec, where H. R. 6. ,Opportunities for agricultural king. This is about $250 in U. S. in the right jobs in the right
Baukhage covered the history- employment and settlement ,for a currency. cumbers at the right time." Workers CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
making Roosevelt-Churchill con- limited number of wellqualifiedmen. This is also why lend-lease has to be put into right jobs were
sent a certain amount of silk stock- drawn largely from the
ference for Western Newspaper But no dumping of men on unemployed.
Union and its affiliated news- farms simply because industrial em- ings, champagne, perfume and other At the same time there was the"
papers. ployment is not immediately avail- luxuries to Chinese war lords. lob of training workers to take their
able. They are sent to'counteract similar part in the production of goods needed FEATHERS WANTED
imports by the Japanese which havea in our war effort. Many workers
WNU Service, Union Trust. Building Re-Training Program
very undermining influence on a had lost their skills OLD or NEW-WANTED.Too
through of
years FEATHERS Prices.. u
Washington, D. C. Years Satisfactory
Similar provisions must be made war lord worried over maintenanceof jnemployment needed retrain- Deallni'.Shp ErrwlUcw Write
As the plans which received their for war workers as war industries : his love-nest. ing. Many others took jobs for the PILLOW MFC.CO.2219 Cole Street.St Louis Mo.
final' approval at the,Quebec conference close or change over. Meanwhile, first time and needed training to
start turning from ink and pa- the government will maintain cen- RUBBER DELUGE give them skills which they did not FARM WANTED
per to moving men and machines, ters where assistance and re-train- Officials in the office of the rubber have.

the thoughts of other planners turn ing for civilian jobs can be arranged.In administrator are beginning to won- In meeting these manpower needs N.WANTED-CREEK Ga. Exchange for FARM house and IN OR lot in NEAR Calhoun
toward another zero hour-"D" day. order to prevent a too rapid at- der what they can drf with the hun- United States Employment service WILL, or ROWLAND farm in Gordon County. -
The war is not over by any means tempt at change-over of industry, a dreds of thousands of tons ',of syn- offices of the War' Manpower com- CALIIOUN. GA.
but hard-headed people who realize moderate policy of continuation of thetic rubber which will come from mission placed more than 11,000,000 I
_ that you can't wait until it rains to war contracts some of which can be the new plants next year. 'It seemsa workers from May, 1942, to May, REMEDY
prepare for a rainy day know that continued in the national good.Of little late, but they are now facingthe 1943, of whom 7,921,000 were in war
you can't wait until the sun comes course, nothing can be done elementary question of whetheror industries and 3,727,000 in agriculture. Thirty years PELLAGRA experience. Thousands!
out to buy your summer clothes. permanently stabilize, the labor not the tire companies can han- During this war training facil- treated. Write DR. W. E. JEN successfully
"D" day is as important as "M"day. situation without a rapid expansionof dle the vast quantities of synthetic.. ities gave training to more than KINS_ P. O. Box C91-B. Macon Georgia.PHOTOGRAPHY .
Demobilization is as big a peace-time industry toward a goalof rubber. 10,000,000 enrollees.We .
problem as mobilization. Various full employment. It is 'well understood The greatest amount: of rubber now have fewer than 1,000,000

plans have been worked on, none even by the most ferventof ever processed by the nation's rub- persons unemployed in the country, SIX OR EIGHT EXPOSURE
has been perfected. The Presidenthas government planners that private ber companies in one year was and this is thought to be an irreducible and printed 25c coin. Reprints ROLLS developed 3c
offered one. The Republican ,industry and 'not the governmentmust 540,000 tons.. But next,year we shall minimum. As we get nearer the, each.SON'S Nice STUDIO work.Winston-Salem Quick service. SIMP-
6, N. C.'
party will offer another. Industrywill eventualy furnish the employ- have nearly one million tons to deal. bottom of the manpower barrel the
present its program. The ad- ment. with. Obviously, the present facili- manpower problems to be met
ministration, whoever is at the helm Already industry is offering plansof ties will be inadequate. change in character. Frequent Tornadoes '
when peace comes, will have a its own but,it cannot be expectedto But the problem is aggravated by Since 1920, tornadoes have occurred -
heavy responsibility. The National do the whole job. One suggestionis the fact that tire manufacturing More Workers Needed in this country on an average -
that loans be made to Than Are Available of one every 60 hours with
Resources Planning board has already government machinery has been knocked down ,
made a report expressing its industries turning to peace-time pro- and stored away'so that rubber'com- Even though several million more ,an average property damage of
opinions on a plan drawn up by a duction in proportion to the numberof panies could convert to productionfor women join their sisters in overalls'by $78,600.
men such industries employ. July of next year and other mil-
special committee on post-war. readjustment the war. Instead of tires, they
which, at least, gives us Business cannot take over the bur- have been making rubber boats, balloons lions of youth, handicapped persons, TAME GIve It that well groomed
a point of departure. den alone. In 1939, we were at tank treads ,and life rafts. older workers, etc., take jobs by look. Add lustre. Keep your
peace although we were making' a Thus we have the problem of find- July of next year, the ,demand for UNRUL Y"hair lying flat. Always use
Plan Needed Now lot of wa'r supplies for the Allies. ing new plant space in which to workers is so great that there still HAIR Moroline Hair Tonic. 'Large
The board points out that victimsof Then 4,1 million workers were em- bring that machinery'ba k into pro- I, will be many more persons needed bottle 25c. Sold everywhere.

the war are already coming back ployed in munitions making. Eight duction, and the further problem of, than are available.
and the time is ripe. Only the other and six-tenths ''millions were work- creating entirely new productive facilities Consequently, we will have to be When you see news photos of
day, I went through Walter Reed ing on farms or agricultural pur- to take care of the increased very careful in sending new workers soldiers "off duty" in camp or be-
hospital here and saw some of those suits. At the end of last, year, the quantities of rubber which will be into places where they are needed hind the battle-lines-notice how
victims. Saw photographs of the workers in war plants had more available for manufacture. most and in using them, and other often you'll see them smoking a
conditions in which they come back than doubled. They were 10.5 mil- employed workers so that their work cigarette. There's a good reason
and others showing what medical time is not wasted.It ,
lions. In agriculture, unemployment> SOLOMONS ISLAND for that. Army officials say that
'skill has done for them. I also saw has not greatly changed, compara- Few maps of the world show the used to be that when a war cigarettes are an appreciable fac-
the workshops where wounded men tively speaking; farm workers location of Solomons Island, Mary- plant, let us say, wanted 10,000 workers tor in maintaining moraleandthe
are being rehabilitated, fitted to take amount to 8.9 millions. But the men land, pinprick in Chesapeake bay. the employment service couldgo soldiers themselves add that a
up work which, in spite of their in the armed forces more than dou- Locally it is famous only for its fish- out and find the needed people. carton of cigarettes from home is
handicaps, they could learn to do. bled. In the same period the un- ing and the fact that the steamships Now the War Manpower commis- always welcome. '''What brand?.
This plan emphasizes the need for employed had decreased from 8.7 ,Leviathan, Mount Vernon and Mon- sion officials have to find out whetheror Well, sales records in Post Exchanges -
an orderly demobilization. It is important millions to 1 million. (Some of thesewe ticello were laid up there to rust in not these workers are really and Canteens show that
to get every man who can shall always have with us-the deference to private shipowners.Since needed. Camels are the favorite cigarettewith
be spared from the armed forces, lame, the halt and, of course, the the war, however, Solomons Using the experience of other war men in all the services.
the moment he can ,be spared with- lazy.) But it is estimated there Island has become an important plants they may find that the plant Though there are Post Office re- .
out threatening the nation's security, were 900,000 persons jobless and deserving naval installation, and the navy department has a very high percentage of high- strictions on packages to overseas .
back into civilian life. I know how work in July of this year. recently arranged for the ly skilled workers whose skills are Army men, you can still send
glad I was when I got out of uni- There may be points ''to the -corn shipment of some airplanes to Solo- not being fully used and that some Camels to soldiers in the U. S.,
form into civvies after the last war. mittee's plan to which objectionswill mons Island on an aircraft carrier of those could be shifted into other and to Sailors, Marines, and Coast

But the report emphasizes, that be raised. It is not offered as built for the British in 'a West coast jobs. Then less skilled persons or Guardsmen wherever they are.-
still more important than speed is a working drawing, merely as a yard. While the carrier was going persons with physical disabilities Adv.
order in demobilization. "We not basis of discussion, but how much through the Panama canal locks, could be put in their place.In .
only want the men out of the armed better such a procedure is than the London radioed asking its where- other words, with as few work- ,'I
services; we want to get them into policy after the last war when the abouts. ers available as we have today, the DON'T LET .
peace services where skills and abil- i soldier was a football and where "We'reon our way to Solomons shipyard should justify its requestfor
ities can be fully recognized, utilized :I each congress tried to vote more Island," replied the carrier's com- more workers by showing that it CONSTIPATION ,
and rewarded." That is the dollars out of the treasury without manding officer. is making the best possible use .of all -SLOW YOU UP "
thesis of the planning board. rhyme or reason; money which "Why are you going, to Solomons theworkers it already has. When bowels are sluggish and you
Responsibility for the placementof didn't provide jobs, which"in many Island and where is it?" London That is just common sense. It feel irritable, headachy, do as millions
veterans in industry is acknowl- cases, pitifully failed of its purpose, queried in amazement. represents a kind of rationing of 'do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem '..tit
'chewing-gum laxative.
Simply chew :K
edged by the re-employment divi- ,and in others simply filled the cof- "Get in touch with the embassy in manpower to those who can use the FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
sion of the selective service system fers of the bootlegger and the shark Washington," radioed .back the manpower best. taking only in accordance with package
under the selective service act. The and left the recipient nothing. ship's commanding officer. directions-sleep without being dis- \ f'".
Job of Bureau of
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough :'
selective After anxious moments Lon- "
service some ,
system is not '
per- Manpower UtilizationThe relief, helping you feel swell again. Try > ,:
fect but considering the job it had to Diary of a BroadcasterOver don learned in code that the car- FEEN-A-MINT.'rastes good, is handy :' '.
do, it has worked out in a manner the land, the Victory gardensare rier's commandin( officer had not, Bureau of Manpower Utiliza- and economical.A generous family supply .' ,
that is a triumph of the democratic ,bringing in their rich yields to mutinied, nor was he going to the tion, that has the job of ensuring i costs onlylot ,;.
method. Draft boards are groupsof many a person who probably never Solomon Islands, but to the U. S. effective use of workers, is the new- FfEN-A-MINT
worked hard naval base at Solomons Island est of the War Manpower commission's -
"neighbors" who pass upon each as -physically-for his ,
bureaus. The work is done
registrant, and on that basis, selector supper before. And probably never Maryland.
largely in the field by a small staff.
reject him. The same system will had more fresh, sweet and luscious Many Types of Planes '
put the soldier back into his old jobif vegetables., SMALL BUSINESS BLOWUPThe They are skilled management engi- The Allied and Axis air forces' .
his old job is there, and if he can But I wandered over a farm recently government's program for the neers and practical business men. .' use today about 400 types of war .
fill it. But many had no jobs. Others that was crying for rain. I relief of small business is headed This staff is at the service of planes.
for one reason or another will be unable couldn't help thinking, as I pushed tor trouble when congress recon- American industry on the call of in-
to fill the wood venes next month.At dustries and area manpower offi-
ones they had before through a lot beside a shrunken -
'the war. These cases must be taken stream, stained brown from the secret sessions of the senate ials. It,is their job to consult with WNU-7 35-
care of.Board's.. yellow leaves that carpeted it, how small business committee, headedby and assist management to make the
Principles all the living things were anguishing Senator James Murray of Mon- best possible use of workers.
with thirst. Twigs snapped under tana, small business men com- The field force will be supplemented -
shifted Business has been shuffled and one's feet like dry bones, there plained about their inability to get by a volunteer group of skilled'
about just as the men them- was an ugly growl instead of a hap- government loans for war contracts engineers and managers. :'
selves have. It may be difficult to py hum from the insects-it seemed and sub-contracts, while billions of The manpower officials in the various ; -

get man and job together. The that only the tough blue-bottles could dollars of government money is'being regions feel free to call upon For You To Feel Well
problem is intricate but the com- survive. Not far from shelled out to big corporations.The these individuals when it is felt that 21 hours every day, 7 days every :
stream the kidneys filter
mittee has tried to lay down certain they can be of special service in week, never stopping ;.;;{\
where ,the earth in the bed of a senate committee heard com- waste matter from the blood. '
principles. Here they are: spring still plaints about the tight-fisted loan solving problems of ,the best'' use of If more people were aware of how the '".'
was damp cricketwas
one kidneys must constantly! remove surplus ',.:t-
1. Three months' furlough at the singing gratefully but there policies of the Smaller War Plants workers. However, the great bulk of fidid, excess acids and other waste .,:_:'3
end of the war at regular base the commission's work will be done matter that cannot stay in the blood ," ,
pay were few of his fellows about. corporation.One without Injury to health, there would .; .
not to exceed $100 a month, plus Leaves on tall weeds hung to the example given the senate by the staff of about 175 Manpower. be better understanding of why the t : .
family allowances. Utilization consulants. whole system is upset when kidneys fail "
stem like committee that of the River- "
a flag at half-staff oh a was function properly. .>
j 2. Beyond that time, if necessary, day when no breeze stirs, one yel side Boatyard company of Miami, There is another side to effectiveuse to Burning,scanty or too frequent urination ..,,
unemployment insurance for 26 low-headed flower stood hut in a spotof which tried to get a loan of only of workers that many persons is wrong.sometimes You may warns suffer that nagging something backache '
weeks for those who register with color, it looked like a very sleepy $10,000 from the Smaller War Plants don't recognize. Workers frequently headaches, dizziness, rheumatic} t' ,',
the government employment have to stay from their pains, getting up at nights! swelling. !:
serv- little girl, her damp locks glued to corporation to complete a war con away Why not try Doan Pitttl You will
ice. her face almost concealing her tired tract. After being turned down the jobs to visit ration boards, selective be using a medicine recommended the ,
3. Special aid and counsel service boards do shopping do the country over.Doan'stimulate the function : ,',
regard- smile.I company got the' $10,000 loan froma of the kidneys and help them to ,-.
ing readjustment and compensation. thought: "I wish I could stay private bank within 24 hours. laundry, or to take care of children. flush out poisonous' waste from the ,/.
4. Special provision, including tuition here until the rain comes singing As a result, Senator James Mur- Women, particularly, often quit Get blood.Doan'They today.contain Use nothing with confidence.harmful. "'
and allowance, for the continu- through the leaves, wetting cracked ray of Montana, chairman of the because they find it impossible to At all drug stores. ,
ation of education interrupted by the lips of the peeling furrows-I be- senate small business committee, is carryon a full-time job and manage STJSPeace
war or to follow a special course oftraining. lieve I would hear a real hymn of planning 'some close scrutiny of the their \household< with the shortage I e '
of community services. a
I j I rejoicing go up. Smaller War Plants corporation. i




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By VIRGINIA VALE 1. The solid portion of the earthis 1. Lithosphere. I!
Released by Western Newspaper Union. known as what? 2. An earthquake strong enough
3c '' 2. How often does an earth- to be felt occurs somewhere in the!

Iv4s' ; i ; JOSEPH C. GREW, former quake occur somewhere in the "world every 26 minutes.

%&& &&&ittZ i.- &5':':':*{:-S.w:*::.*. ; ambassador to Japan, world? 3. The Empire State building in

"To beat the Japaneseand 3. What is the highest buildingin New York city. It has 102 stories
,. _. _, .. .. says
M.w'. "'":- mx ; "- 'S.v't>""!::\;! and
the world? measures 1,248 feet from its
:: to do the job thoroughly,
; 4. What is measured by a hec- base to top of mooring mast.

w' \ we have got to" understand tare? 4. Land. A hectare is equal to
them thoroughly. The latest 5. The flute, oboe, bassoon and 2,471 acres.

March of Time, And clarinet have what in common? 5. They are all wood-wind in '

I Ii i Then Japan!" does more than hun- 6. What city is called the Monu- struments.

I dreds of books and newspapers coulddo mental city? I 6. Baltimore.

to help the public to do it. It
trace: the gains Japan has made, '

and shows how she! is converting her Personal Linens RHEUMATIC! PAIN

newly won wealth into armamentsand !
show the Distinctive Need net Spolf yonr Day-Get after It Row
weapons; other scenes Very -
Don't put'of getting C-2223 to relieve
people, at home, in night clubs, and pain of muscular rheumatismand
at work. It's a valuable backgroundfor other rheumatic pains. Caution .
% 4 < \ current history. Use only as directed. First bottle I
1 purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
x .. S. and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.
( Shirley Mitchell's had plenty of

experience in being a sweetheart;

; she's done'it, on the air with Gilder- FOR QUICK

.. 1ip / ( sleeve, Rudy Vallee, Groucho Marx, llT&' fciJ. 'iiI

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Stuffed Eggplant Will Keep Your Points Down! : 1T 'withitsheatrashsniacsy.
I r ii Sprinkle on Mcxsana forTH -
(See Recipes Below) merlyMexicanHeatPowder. -

a A1'der.. Costs little, and you
Harvest' Foods' \ ) lots in larger eizc .
This Week's Menu ..

Late summer is the truck gardener's Head Lettuce Stuffed Saladwith Eggplant French It's Aye, Aye, Sir '

paradise, and this summer. we Dressing Girl telephone operators in sev-
might well!= say Caramel Cinnamon Muffins eral navy yards and naval stations -
the Victory, gardener's "' on the eastern,seaboard now
Sugared Peaches Beverage -
paradise, say "Aye, Aye, Sir" instead of
for there are Recipe Given MITCHELL "Thank you" when servicing calls

many gay and at- r Ham Bendix, and currently with for both men and women.
tractive foods rip- )
which Corn Flake Crumb Topping. Fred Brady. She got her experience -
ening now
2 cups corn flakes when she did daytime serials '
may make a truly 1 egg yolkteaspoon in Chicago on "First Nighter"; had A VEGETABLELaxative1
appearance -
Vz dry mustard a different one each week!
.on your table. For example -
1 teaspoon lemon juice -" "
the season's choicest toma- .
toes in.their fullest, ripest red make M teaspoon salt If you've wondered, when you -" For Headache

merry at the table now. Paprika ,heard Vera Vague on the Bob Hope riIIfr' ic1 Sour Stomach
Butter just what she looked like, and Dizzy
There's also golden-eared, tender program, : I fl1 tHi
Roll corn flakes to fine crumbs, prepare to see her in the All Star I Spells when
sweet corn, at its best when pickednot C
more than half anhour before combine with egg yolk mustard, ,Comedies that she's making for Columbia "-: ;; I 1 I caused by Con-
lemon juice and salt. Cover stuffed Shel's working now in the I I stipation. Use
eating. And one of the most dra- ? directed.
eggplant with crumb mixture, dot first of a series of four. L x )Ii A only as
matic vegetables to do justice to 15 doses for
with butter and sprinkle with I
fall dinners is the eggplant-smooth, pap- ---. 7573 only 10 cents.
\ rika. Bake in moderate oven (350
a When Paramount hired Victor
deep purple and shiny in appear-
ance. degrees) for 25 minutes. Serve on Young to write original music for SOME of your garden favorites
familiar a platter with corn on the cob and "For Whom the Bell Tolls" they framing your initial will bring
Most of are undoubtedly -
with you eggplant served sliced fresh, sliced tomatoes. had no intentions of causing him to decoration and color to your lin.

I and fried-and there's no doubt it's English Baked Squash. be mistaken for a messenger boy, ens. A pair of ''pillow cases or

I good that way. But for a change, (Serves 6) but that's what, happened. Victor, guest towels done this colorful way
i ;! try it baked with a savory stuffingand 1 quart peeled, thinly sliced who also conducts the music on John would make an ideal shower gift! Earth Slowing Up

I I I make it a main dish feature of Hubbard squash Charles Thomas' Sunday program, It's all simplest stitchery. The earth is gradually slowing ,

your dinner. The total cooking time Vz teaspoon salt bought a motorcycle to convey him- in its rotation, with a consequent
4 tablespoons self to and from the Paramount lot lengthening of our day amountingto
for it in this
: preparing new way Pattern 7573 contains a transfer patternof
I is only 35 minutes-10 minutes for Yz cup rich cream and NBC, carrying his orchestra- six 4 by 5 inch frames and two 1% 'about one-thousandth of a sec-
I boiling the eggplant in rapidly boil- 1 teaspoon cinnamon tions in a messenger's dispatchcase Inch alphabets:stitches;materials needed. ond per century.

ing water, and then 25 minutes bak- Place squash in well-greased bak- slung over his shoulder. So Due to an unusually large demand and
far as the general public was con- current war conditions. slightly more timeis
ing in a moderate oven. ing dish. Sprinkle with salt and required in filling orders for a few of
Add and with cerned, he was just another mes- numbers.
\ Stuffed Eggplant. sugar. cream sprinkle the most popular pattern
(Serves 6 to 8) cinnamon. Bake covered in a slow senger boy. ", Send your order to:
(325-degree) oven for about 50 min. ---r---
1 eggplant utes. It's a publicity story that just had Sewing Circle; Needlecraft Dept.
1 cup bread croutons to come along-all about the five-
564 W. Randolph St. Chicago
Sour Cream
4 strips bacon, cut in squares Cabbage. year-old tot who got so worried about .( cent to
Enclose 15 (plus one
Serves 5 to
( 6)
1 tablespoon onion, minced what Fred Astaire would do for dancing cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.

1 teaspoon salt 1 head of cabbage shoes that she sent him her shoe ............... "

Va teaspoon pepper 2 1 tablespoons clove garlic butter coupon. Her name's Dorinda Has- Name................................
legg, tey, and Astaire sent the coupon ,
- Cook whole eggplant in boiling Vz cup sour cream back. Address.....:........................
I 1, tablespoon vinegar 1 "
'J water for 10 minutes. Cut length- --7.
wise slice from tablespoon sugar Carol Ann Beery, 12 year old
top of eggplant. 1 teaspoon salt daughter of Wallace, made her debut -
Remove pulp witha 1 egg in films when Robert Benchley Lawyer. Met His MatchIn WTI1$

spoon, leavinga Shred the head of cabbage medium carried her across a ship's deck .' INOCULANT
substantialshell. fine. Heat the butter in skillet in ,"China Seas." Bent on being an Tinsmith, On and Off

Chop pulp. A and cook in it slowly the clove of actress, she's taking another whackat
Add croutons. Fry ) garlic, minced fine. Add cabbageand it in "Rationing," in which her A lawyer, nqted for his successin
bacon. Brown onf :V cup water. Cover tightly. father stars. cross-examination, asked a wit-

ion in bacon fat.' I Bring to a quick steam,'reduce heat ness how long he had worked at

Add to eggplant and cook for 10 moreminutes. Just Harry Sherman, who tops the list his business of tinroofing."I Don't gamble... inoculate all leg

pulp. Add the egg and season with Jsefore removing from range, 'add, of producers of historical outdoor have worked at it off and on umes-vetch, winter peas, clovers S
salt and pepper. Fill eggplant shell sour cream sauce made by mixing pictures with more than 100 to his for some time." with NITRAGIN. It costs only

with the mixture and top with the together the sour cream, vinegar, credit, now has eight leading actors "How long off and on?" few cents an acre. .. but makes up .,
: following: sugar, salt and egg beaten light.' for his U-A releases. The newest, to 50% bigger yields of richer
Pour over cabbage and bring to a addition is Rod Cameron, who'll get "Sixty-five years. feed,and helps build soil fertility.
I II quick boil. Serve, at once. the same kind of roles that carried ,"How old are you?" Tests show it pays to inoculate

I "Caramel Cinnamon Muffins. William Boyd, Richard Dix and "Sixty-five." every:'planting of legumes regardless -
Lynn Says: (Makes 1 dozen 2-inch muffins) Albert Dekker to fame as Western "Then you have been a tinroofer of previous cropping. I iNI-
Color in Your Meals: Do you 2 cups sifted flour heroes. You'll see him first in from birth?" ,TRAGIN is the oldest,most widely -
realize that your eyes eat that 2 teaspoons baking powder "Wherever the. Grass Grows: used legume inoculant.Ask your
I haven't.
food before you actually eat it 1 teaspoon cinnamon --:-;,,/ "No, sir; of course seed supplier for NITRAGIN. .
I yourself? If food looks dull and 1 teaspoon salt Comedienne Cass Daley has a new "Then why do you say you have" '

4 unattractive, your appetite lags 1 egg ,hobby; like Gracie Allen, she's a worked at your trade 65 years? FREE BOOKLETS

S and the food, if eaten is consumed 2 tablespoons light corn syrupor one-finger pianist, only she's discov- "Because you asked how long Properly inoculated of legumes can I'
add 50 to 1)0 Ibs. nitrogen per
without much relish. honey ered that she does better on a pipe off and on I had worked at it. I, acre. Free booklets tell how to
I S The eye wants contrast. Pick 1 cup milk organ. So she's acquired three pipe have worked at the trade 65 years20 grow profitable legumes. Write.

: foods that go well together. You 2 tablespoons melted, shortening organs, all antiques, placed'them in years on and 45 off." THE RITRAGI"CO.sm N.BOOTH ST.MILWAUNEE.Wl3.AIIEYOU"powi .

S : can serve several. green vegetables Sift together flour, baking powder, her bedroom, living roorruand den- ...
'I for one meal, but not sev- cinnamon and salt. Beat egg, add and Husband Frank Kinsella, hear-
eral all-white vegetables or all- syrup, milk and shortening. Blend ing her practice and glancing at the
I, red. thoroughly and add to flour mixture. check stubs, is trying to' switch her '

4 Combine meat and vegetableson Stir only until flour is moistened. to collecting stamps. \\ )))
one platter to get a design and Bake in amoderately hot oven (425 --r----"

save plates besides! Use gar- degrees) 20 minutes. Prepare muf- Charlie Spivak, "The Man Who
I nishes with care and give them fin pans as follows for these muffins Plays the Sweetest Trumpet in the wifk MALARIA?
an opportunity to bring out the : Into each muffin cup, put & World," just can't understand Holly-
I most in your foods. I teaspoon butter or margarine and wood. His drummer doesn't believein .4
I; Sprinkle beets with a,little lemon 1 teaspoon corn syrup. Fill with making faces; just placidly
I S juice to make them a more batter % of an inch full. drums. But the 20th CenturyFoxfolks

intense 'red. Cook green vegeta- felt that in'order to look like a WIDTfRSMITHYS
bles only until done,to assure them Are you having a time stretching meats? swing drummer in "Pin Up Girl"
Write to Miss Lynn Chambers for prac.
S of being crisp,
green. he ought to grimace so that he'dlook
tical help, at Western Newspaper Union.
A dash of lemon juice on apples, 210 South Desplaines Street, Chicago, Ill. like a "drummer"-and hired '% 71qI4UfI
pears or other fresh fruit will Don't forget to enclose stamped, self-ad for him a tutor-who's never playeda I TOnIC
prevent it from darkening. I dressed envelope for your reply. drum!
I Released by Western Newspaper Union.




,Cattle Show AtArcadia The Atlantic Coast Line, shows commissioners in the future ,on a "Lady Halitosis"Continued office' and has made application for n.
$23,552,931.00 in revenue with $12- county-wide vote instead of by dis tax deed to be issued thereon Said

Oct. 20-21 730,753.00 in operating expenses. trict. certificate I'Icrlbed property embraces In the the following County de-of
The Florida East Coast Railway Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit:

lists operating revenues of $20,838- Babcock Aircraft Corp. ( from page 1) I Wof E% of SW% South of 9
ARCADIA, Sept. 8-(FNS) 086.00 and expenses of $11,481- 150,000 gallons' of gasoline. Her Mile Canal, Sec. 12, Twp. 43 8.,
JjElaborate being made for crew Is made Rge 33 E.
plans are 207.00. up entirely of Flor-
the third annual South Florida Cattle Operating revenue Is figured be- Purchase Fair Grounds ida trained men from McDill Field in The

Show, to be held in Arcadia October fore taxes and other charges are deducted Tampa. under in ysaidcertlficateaIssuedpwas '
: Exhibits are incited On leave for two Unlessasaid certificate Yetter '
20 and 21. months,
so that the net shows a lesser DELAND, Sept. 8-FNS) The "Lady shall
from all counties of the South Halitosis" will visit Army Air camps deemed according to law, the nrooerfy
figure. Volusia County Fair: Grounds were, described therein
Florida cattle section, and the in Railroad taxes this year are 97.5 throughout the country. highest bidder at thelcourtshouseodoor
week the Babcock
purchased last by
I on the first
indicates that the In the
vcrsasing interest month
percent higher than the previousyear Aircraft Corporation for the sum of October, 1943, which Is the 4th day
-show: this will cover a much October, 1-t3.!! of
year according to figures compiledby $12,000 from the Board of County "Skyways to Berlin" is the title
wider territory and attract; a larger Dated this 3rd day of September,
the Association of American Rail-
Commissioners. to a new book released this month,: 1943.
crowd than ever before roads. Both the State and Federal '; :
The South Florida Cattle Show' President M. H. Krueger of the co-authored by.Maj. Jack" Redding (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. :
governments, benefit from larger tax and.MaJ. Hal I. editor Clerk of "
two with the Aircraft Corporation stated that the Leyshon, former Circuit Court of :
was started years .ago Hendry
revenues than before. County Florida
idea of promoting the improvement ever Fair Grounds were purchased, as a of the Miami Daily News.- The author Sept. 3. 10, 17, 24.NOTICE .

of range cattle through Introduction part of the expansion program and serving with the Eighth Air :i,<
of better sires, Improvement of County CommissionersMeet that it Insured a permanent plant Force, have been on the scene since :$
the 'opening of OK APPLICATION I"OR'1
of here. operations In the
"' fencing
pasture conditions, the TAX DEIn' if
ranges, etc. Exhibits include not)( Tuesday Morning The purchase Included all buildingsand I European theatre. The story deals ,(Senate Dill No. 103) :-.j',

only range cattle in various classes, about 21 acres of land, all of with bravery and courage of the men --- '.,j.,
--- who man the bombers.Johnson's NOTICE IS
but also breeder stock. The show I i iI which will be used in setting up a Jesse B. Thomas HEREBY, holder GIVEN, Thatit'
of :;
gives stockmen an opportunity to I Clerk William T. Hull, who is permanent plant. At present the tificate No. 154. issued the 2nd Tax Cer-1!

observe the' improvement in the secretary of the board of countycommissioners j'company is handling nothing but war in September my office A.and D. has 1940 made, has filed samlv

"'Duality 'of stock from year to year announced Tuesday contracts but after the war will con: for a tax deed to be issued application thereorf.'
and results >f that he was still at work on the Said certificate embraces the.followimi.'
also, to compare vert to consumer goods. Fish described ;:
r Camp I; property In the County of.1;
shaping of the budget and would
'various types of cross-breeding and up Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: < <'
feeding not' be able to present the documentfor I (Near Hurricane Gate)
The first post-war home tmilding W% of WV4 of NW'4 of NF1j': : 'r K:
W. L. Woods Is ychairmanfof? the the board to approve the millageat club has 'been 'inaugurated by the Clewiston, Fla. Sec. 27, Twp. 45, S., Rffe. 29 E. H;
committee in charge of arrangementsfor this time. However, he said,'the Boats. and Motors-Guide Service
United States Savings and Loan The assessment
of the said
the show and inquiries:<'in regard budget could be worked out so that League Rates Reasonable under the said certificate Jssued property"I
to the purchaseof was
to. exhibits should be addressed to the levy set last year of 3 3-4 mills W. H. Johnson, Mgr. I in the name of R. L. Lowe. '
war bonds to be used in home Unless said certificate shall be
would not be raised this re
'Jrim.: year.It deemed according to
building after the war. Club mem- law the property'described
was mentioned that the can- I therein will be sold to the
bers meet and discuss plans and highest bidder at the court house door
Points ]Ration Book III vassing board reported the official latest and exchange on the first Monday In the month of
: count of last week's special elec-. ? ) NOTICE, OK APPLICATION FOR. October; 1943, which Is the 4th day of"
ideas as they set aside funds for the :TAX DEED I October, 1943. < ',
Become Valid Sept. 12 tion to tally with the latest figures; "home to be." (Senate Hill No. 10t: ) ,1943.Dated this 3rd day of September, ,
released late on the night of : '
the'l ---
election. Clewiston in a final ? Florida is called on to supply her NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That (SEAL) WILLIAM: T. HULL,
In ,sage added 7 more to an earlier A L. Reese, holder of Tax Certificate Clerk of Circuit Court of
The first brown "point'stamp" I quota of student,nurses for the newly No. 251, issued the 1st day of September Hendry County Florida.
War Ration Book III will become count. 'created U. S. Cadet Nursing Corps -A. D. 1941, has filed same in my Sept. 3, 10, 17, 21. '
valid September 12. This stamp A, The official count was: For 499, Girls will receive training in reg-
'Is: good.'for 16 'points through October2nd. against 357, total 856. By districts, ular hospital nursing schools with

Clewiston went 427 for, 12 against; all expenses paid plus all clothes and
'Brown stamps will become validon East LaBelle went 19 for and 89 necessary supplies and be paid in ad-

successive Sundays and will al- against; West LaBelle went 31 for, dition while learning. Each student

ways expire on the Saturday nearest 145 against; Denaud voted 9 for, nurse relieves 'a registered nurse for

'- ; the end of a month. They will 63 against, and Felda voted 13 for, war, service. Inquire of your local If YOu lrxx S' y s
"be used for rationing meats, fats, 48 against, the electing of county Defense Council 'or hospital. y

oils, canned fish, cheese, canned I

-milk, and all other commodities now I.:.NNNN'. .. .. ....X..X..X..X..> rationed with red stamps in War *

'Ration Book II.' I I i I REGISTERED CORSETIERE j I II I i {:, "y
The small stamps bearing pictures I

of field guns, tanks, ships, y Buy

and 'airplanes are not yet in use. .y. *I
Anyone who has not received Book : ,.:. War Bends
:: **
.711: may obtain one by appl'ing'to { Showing Spencer made-to-measure supports, corsets, j I

his local ration board., :g_: brassieres, maternity supports, will be in Clewiston :!!:


,r '" A: September 17th,and 18th <:,,\4=, :i: '
TAMPA, Sept. 8-(FNS) -Dr. C. I -

-,.. Mayo, secretary of the Florida .:.1
-Chiropractors Association, had the .s.,. For information or appointment, write: .>

tables turned on him last week i ? 11'

when a newspaper head-writer" "rub- :I: MRS. H. V. RYALL J;:
bed him the wrong way. X

A dispatch was released to state *: Box ].35., Sebring, Florida

papers Session announcing to be. a held 3-day in, Educational Tampa- ................................................................................. ..................................,.................,........................,.....................'.:..:.I'

'Oct. 14-15. A Tampa paper published .1 f
the item with a heading .
which read: "Foot Doctors to Meet I Open savings account. keep ft growing
Here." Evidently the newsman got DANCESponsored i a .
'Chiropodists mixed .-with his II

"Chiropractors. Now he is looking
for a Psychiatrist. by RAF Cadets War Bonds &
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Sharp Increase In > Music by No. 9. BTC Dance Orchestra, Miami I II

Railroads Revenue Saturday, Sept. 18, from 9:00 P. M. :i

_'/TICKETS: Single, $1.50 '- Double, $2.00 I
TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 8-FNS) '.C' -
0 i
y Florida railroads show a sharp \. __ :'1
Increase in revenue. due to war con I

o ditions. Figures', running into 'mil Sugarland AuditoriumCLEWISTON .
lions'of dollars make up the car-

rier's annual report to the State I ...

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