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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'B':' : TOLTJME 14-NUMBER 43 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1943 SUISCRJPTIOX-S2:00 PER YEAR

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/t: GARDEN CLUB PLANS All Gasoline Users Must NO DEER HUNTINGIN I, Christian Buys BuildingFor /,RECEPTION HONORS ,

File "A" Renewal Forms Hub Chevrolet Co.

YEAR STARTED HENDRY COUNTY i TEACHERS AS PTA
FOR I IJ Application blanks for renewal of !

"A" gasoline ration books have been Raymond Christian" owner of

t AT FIRST MEETING I placed 'at every filling station and a; UNDER NEW ORDER Hub Chevrolet Company, has purchased -,I\ BEGAN YEARS WORK

: few other convenient locations, in I I the Baker Building, across I

Clewiston_ by the clerks in the local I \ ,-
the street from the sugar of fica\
The Garden Club started its program f I ration office., Mrs ;E. C. Mills, There will be no hunting-of deer The first meeting of the local
in County when the season: building and is making some changes I
for the year on the general I chief clerk, urges all car or truck Hendry Parent-Teacher Association, for the
,, it in and opens November 20th, nor at any in it preparatory to moving the! held
topic of landscaping by a talk which owners to get a blank, fill year was Tuesday evening :n

'Ttfr&. F. Deane Duff made at the mail it together with the cover of the I,future date, under an' order just issued Chevrolet business there next, week.I I the J. school auditorium. There wasa

fl [ 2 r, first .meeting yesterday afternoon. old "A" book to the ,board; In this by I. N. Kennedy, director of The deed as recorded shows a $7-' nice attendance, of members and

:Mrs Duff's topic was '"Landscaping way the tremendous job of gettingour the game and fresh water fish commission patrons of the school Mrs. F. E.
000 cash payment on, the deal.
; the ,Home Grounds." renewal books can be accomplished Conkling, new president, was in
t > Mrs. W. L. Lott presided at the by the clerks with more ef- Hendry County has been open to Mr. Christian also ,purchased the charge of, the meeting.

business session and reports of several :- ficiency and much time' of the gaso- the taking of deer for several years, three lots adjoining the building ont The meeting combined the annual

f committee chairmen were ac- line, users will be saved. t during the active period of the tick the West, and plans after the war toi teachers, reception and an entertaining -

cepted. Mrs. Elbert Stewart, chairman Mrs. Mills asks that everyone fill eradication progiam. It is unde-- enlarge the building and plant into) and worth-while program had,

l, reported. in the form carefully; being sure to stood that the tick eradication program been planned Mrs.
:, \ of the civic committee, I' "a two-story building housing a modern by G. N. Pitzen.
:<. to the club that a new 50-can pressure copy: in the record of the last tire was discontinued as of last Chevrolet business. Several band numbers were playedby

, -f,, i cooker had been added to the inspection, as this is necessary. The I May' though Hendiy County is still The building is undergoing some I the school band, under the direc-

.
t J ,' canning unit which the government blank and old book ,can then be under sk-eleton quarantine has alterations and painting this week, tion of Prof. Rosario Cataldo. Carl

: : has established in Hooker's Point mailed in and the clerks will make force of workers but the amount of work that can be Johnson, trustee, introduced the

:1./(.:;: '. for'the use of all residents of Clew- out the new one and 'mail it backto been retained fpr the purpose for of 'done on it at the present time is principal, Professor M. 'T. Stroud,
( and
livestock' inspection
\ ::.:" iston, Hooker's Point and adjoiningarea. the user, with no inconvenienceto dipping limited due to war conditions.I i and the teachers
.
into tick freeareas. It
movement
. ., She urged that club members either. I I than since I Mr. Christian, is owner also of Mrs R. M. Hare, Jr., gave: a read-.
is said to be more a year
' { of the canning unit The, "A" book is the basic gasoline -,, "
-
! ,"'\ : c take advantage I j the Christian Chevrolet Company at ing "Cooperation. Miss Geneva

J ": and use it freely. ration and even though the car I Ir fever ticks were found on deer tick 'Pahokee, nd.is, now',,serving as in- Thielen gave two vocal selections,

! '. Mrs. C. L. McLendon, chairman of |has a "B" or "C" rating the "A" slaughtered eradication workers or, inspected, however by' the.! structqr at Riddle Field. "Beautiful. Dreamer" and "Sunday,

i ',< the finance committee, 'reported I book is still necessary. quarantine is not expected to be Monday, or Always."' After the

that the committee had an arrange business meeting the group joined in
lifted and the county declared tick
:" ment whereby it receives credit for singing "My Country 'Tis of Thee."
,
; free for another or and BOND SALES ONLY
year year
,
McCall's magazine al
! subscriptions' to KIWANIS CONCERNED A hostess committee 'served refresh-

.' : and asked that all members, cooperate half.An ments during the social hour following

') in sending all possible sub- exact tabulation on how many 11 the' business meeting, and Mrs.
deer had been slaughtered since the SMALL PART QUOTA
this magazine through, WITH 1 ,
:scriptions to PROGRESS OF M. M. Prewitt at the piano furnished -
tick eradication went
j program into
subscriptions .
the club. Renewal music during this time
," also give credit when sent in by the I effect and... hunters other than those I
committee. BOND DRIVE HERE employed to kill went into the, rich IN 3RD CAMPAIGNFrom At the business meeting the
> ,
': I; hunting grounds of the cypress P.-T. A. voted to sponsor the Fri
,
Mrs. Gene Powers, publicity chairman -
:,:,
country in thQ Everglades to take day nights at the Community Cen-
reported that several placards the best reports obtainableat
ter
as the character building
be secured but the projectfor
deer could not
,
The Kiwanis Club meeting Wednesday -
calling attention to the bird sanctuary this time, Hendry County is falling this
r number is known to be great.In year, for the youth of the
club evening was given over to
ordered the
have been by
down woefully on the quota set town Volunteer hostesses to
notice else- 'serve
two discussions-the Third War a legal appearing '
will at various locations -
and be placed for the county in the Third War
for the first four are
Fridays: Mrs.M. .
Bond Campaign and the greeting of where in this issue of the News and
observ-
.. in town to encourage closing Bond Campaign, and will still lack M. Prewitt, Mrs.. W. C. Owen,
Mr.
signed by Kennedy, no
Hub Spooner, member of the club
law birds 'in
: of the protecting
'ance much. of its the
reaching goal by Mrs. B. A. Bourne and Mrs.. Hansel
date therefore it is
now' was mentioned,
a sergeant in the Army who I
:, the Clewiston boundaries. close of the. drive October first. McDuffie.The .
''' Mrs. Lott announced that Mrs.,'P. was' here for a few days on fur- understood the oJder becomes effective -
The total sales to date are only
lough.In ,at once.STATE association voted to adopt
Deane Duff will handle the order
Jose !
$65,300, and the quota set for the ,for one month the same milk
:t this y 'ar. Mrs. Duff requested discussing the war bond cam- county is $502,310. The campaigngot pro

':' that :all Who wish to order roses, paign Elbert L. Stewart stated that off to a slow start but last week gram as carried out last year, and
at the end of that time to .
: make a
MOBILE XRAY t
:.: come to her home on Tuesday, October although the quota was exceedingly much progress was made in the decision the
concerning rest of the
r 5th, Yo' place' their order, and high, he has ,hopes that the county Eastern end of the county, and,I, ,, ,
year
: t e prepared to pay: for their order will reach it. This will depend on many bond sales were '
reported'Fduring
w 'iit; the,,,:time. 'The, exac't' prjce. per whether all purchases' of bonds by UNIT HERE OCT: 4TH that time. The ladies committee [ -I The annual. "Hallowe'en: ,carnivaland1 : ,

::a;h-te,' Ubusb i .'not yet kngwnk.birt;:: J J ;be"-1.CP\ ,,whose business' interests ''are ,- ,has -made a 'hous -th us'e' carP[ dance: will: be :heldagahji.!' >this'

';;; ...,.rr.ku4wii at ,that-time, so all 'roses;can,"I in ,Hendry County though 'their'ac- FOR FREE SERVICE.vass d''bas' sold' 'several thousand i i year to provide Hallowe'en ent rI -

.4 :: .,..' "be,, shipped' prepaid in one shipment.'' tual homes are elsewhere will be dollars worth of bonds in that man-I tainment for the school. pupils ,and
'
" r Three new members were voted credited, to the Hendry, County quota. r ner.. as a money-making event to help
-' I
i into membership in the club: Mrs. He is, hoping that people in this 11' state The hope that Is being held by the carry the association's' program for
mobile unit of the
; :( .H. P. Hardin, "Mrs. ,Carl, Ziler and situation will have part of their xray ) the year. Mrs J. W. Ezelle, as finance -
is that
committee are
; board of health will be in many people I
Clewis-I 'chairman
| will be in charge
3Irs.; Metcalf. bond purchases .credited to Hendry
I 5th :waiting until nearer the'close of the
October 4th and '
: ton Monday, ;
The hostess committee Mrs. G.. of this event.Refreshments. ,
'r I Countv and cart to their home coun month to make their purchases of
I Citizens
: for the of xraying all I
.:; J H. Brown, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs ty. Figures on the progress of the who purpose will avail themselves oft, bonds, and it is hoped that there will of 'cupcakes, and
E. 1I. Cornette and Mrs. S. limeade served after the meet-
drive were given. I be will were,
'' this opportunity for a check-up.I a bond-buying spurt that put
" .: 'Crochet served war-time members of the excutive
ing by com-
-. L.1 Sergeant Hub Spooner discussed The unit, will be at the high' school the campaign over the top.
:'i to Mrs. Charles Bolton mittee.
ments I
I his army .life and training; He was building Monday ,and will remain) In Clewiston bonds purchased
.
'Deane Duff, Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs. I
stationed at Camp Beale, California there all day. Tuesday it will be at through the bank have amounted to
,,, :' IL! R. Hall, Mrs., ,H. A. W. Hedke,,
'\ until several weeks ago when the Townsite Plantation to offer $50,000; the Clewiston Federal Sayings -
Firs O. A. Jones, 'Mrs. E. E. Kelly, I
7 his unit sent to the Desert :and Loan Association
Lott was the .same service to the colored' peo- reports: CHANGES IN LAKE
Mrs W. D. King, Mrs. W. L. ,
' Training. Center in California. Sgt. I ple. All services are free. $8,975, and the post'office $6,325. ,
: TVIrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. N. V. S.:
'' [J" Spooner said that, the desert was I The Clewiston Parent Teacher In LaBelle the campaign is also I
Mumford, Mrs. C J Nielsen, Mrs. W.
; very hot, the thermometers going up 'Association has been in close con- moving very slowly. ,This was dif1 PROJECT ASKED OF
::< ,: C. Owen, M: >;s. W. W. Perry, Mrs C. I "
to 152 degrees on one day. "On in part to the illness of the chairman -
health
tact with the work of the ,
>. M. Firkle, Mrs. 0. N., 'Pitzen, Mrs.:
"
that day, just stayed in tents Judge R. M. Harris who has
j we our unit and has been urging the :xray
::
' Gene Powers, Mrs. E. L. Stewart,
and did no work or training. When unit to come to Clewiston. been unable to work actively in the ENGINEERS BOARDThe
:,f :firs Metcalf, Mrs. T. P.: Forbes, Mrs.: 'j
;
the thermometer ,was, merely 120 or Dr: Paul J. Coughlin of the High campaign thus far. However, Den-
'l I. O. Bishop Miss Fay Pirkle.
and 130 we kept our training up top lands-Glades County ,Health Department nis ''Small has been made executive I board of engineers for rivers

., "' notch." He: praised the equipmentof states: vice-chairman of the committee for and harbors a division of the war

Benefit Payments Made the army and said the men really "Last year the unit X-rayed over I j I. western Hendry County and has department, has requested this pa-

t' were able to do "good shooting"with 600 people.. Of this number three completed an organization that is per to publicize report recently

Glades Sugar Producers it.Sgt. ., pictures could not be developed due putting in good work ,towards the made, by the division engineer rec-

Spooner was in Clewiston ona to ,faulty exposure. Of ,the remain- last of the campaign.In ommending certain changes in the
Roy Warnock, sugar co-ordinator, ,
short furlough and left Thursdayto ing X-rays taken 27 suspicious cases Clewiston C. V. Parkinson is I Caloosahatchee-Okeechobee project.
--.. reports that benefit payments on
return to California. were discovered. Two. of these were chairman and other members of the I A report has been received from
' .' 1942-43 harvest under the I I
the sugar Owen
executive committee are W. C. ,
, later proven to have heart trouble. the division engineerrecommending
': act of 1937 have been made to a I
vice-chairman, E. L. Stewart, R. C.
Two_ active ca es of tuberculosis provision for a culverttype spillwayIn
number of Glades and Palm Beach First Night Launching I were discovered' and placed under''I Wilson, E. 1\.1. Cornette and R. M. connection with the Moore Haven

, farmers in the Everglades ,
':: .r:'.' county I treatment The remaining cases,: Bishop. lock, raising the section 'of the east
: section. Held At Panama City, ,.- -.-":"- Cana'l :
:- .' with the exception of four which we shore levee between Point and
' The money used for benefit pay- could -not follow up, were proven by J., A. Franklin Enters the entrance to the St. Lucie canalto
ments is derived from a processing
large X-rays and sputum tests to 36 foot crest elevation and rais-
'
':'w.:; .r';. tax on all sugar harvested and processed PANAMA CITY, Sept. 22-(FNS) ReserveJames
,-, ". have healed tuberculosis. Specialists ing critical sections of the north
and the amount of the benefit -The first night launching ever
"Those who were X-rayed last year, shore levee to crest elevations of 38
payment to each grower is based staged at the Wainwright Shipyards
: '; and who did not hear from their A. Franklin, of Fort and paving the lakeward: face and
,; on the'yield of sugar occurred last week when the Liberty .
1 X-rays had a negative report. They Myers, state senator' who recently crown of all levees, except the east
ship Julius Rosenwald slid down the
The list includes: did not have tuberculosis.' This announced his candidacy for con shore section with soil-cement or

J. M. Couse ....................$ 2,054.33J. ways a few minutes after mid-night. same system will be'employed this gress from the new sixth district, equal paving.

: E. Frierson ,.........._..... 2,201.61 Mrs Robert Sikes of Crestview, year, It any X-rays are suspicious has accepted commission as a The board, of engineers for rivers

W. H. Jayne .................. 1,929.10 wife of Congressman Bob-Sikes, was they will be called to the attention major in the army specialists reserve and harbors is not convinced of the

(' .... .........
, Hugh McKean 3,282.22 sponsor and Congressman Slk.es of their private physician and then and :expects to be called to advisability of the United Statej

-,/, John H. Kurtz ..............05,941.77 spoke briefly following the launch- followed up by the Health Departnrent. duty sometime this month. undertaking the raising of the north

', R, E. Kurtz .........0000..... 11,178.46T. ing. Brilliant flood lights from the Mr. Franklin' told ,friends he did shore levee. Maintenance of the

A. Kurtz ..._............. 2.354..9S yards and a waning moon provided I "All adults at this time are especially not know to what officers' school he I levees by paving, as proposed, may

i,. John Tiedtke ................ 21,459.85 .illumination for the event. urged to preserve their would be assigned for special train- be accomplished to the extent found

United States Sugar II health. It is to be remembered ing for Amgot service, as a military advisable 'by the Chief of Engineers,
,
_ Corporation ....... ........ '310,707.94 !
Funeral Mr. withoutfurther
'Services that tuberculosis if discovered early I II governor in occupied territory. under the existing project
";. ;4 T. W. Weeks ................ 4,539.23 Heldi i I lean be cured. We especially urge Franklin said "It is useless to specu- authorization by Congress.All .

. <, Glen _...._...
', H. Williams 3,752.58 For Two RAF Cadets !I InAF. !that all food handlers, domestics, late on the length of time I' will be parties interested in the improvement -
',: ; v J. E. Beardsley _............. 9,070.85 previous cases of tuberculosis and]I engaged In this work, but I am hope are invited to submit, by

'. .". C. H. Berner......____.____ 7,966.61 before the conveningof 15th statements and argu-
close contacts of people who have" ful that long October ,
"'rt: R. M. Bishop .........__.... 7,425.33 ,
for
Cadets Robert A. Wood and had the disease avail themselves I the 1945 session of the legislature ments' bearing on the .necessity
...........__.. .. .
R. Y. Creech 455.36 of
}
r George H. Wilson were killed in a 'this' opportunity to be checked. It that the war will have ended the improvement in the interest

: ,-1 I." ,, W. R. Hooker ....._.......... 4654.84 plane'crash while on routine training I is pf particular importance now I'I'I I and that I will be available to serve I flood control. Statements should lie

:: 'j r Luther Jones ...__........... 2,224.68A. 'I' flight near Alva on September15th. when unrecognized by the the people of this district in that, addressed to "The Board of En-

',.', N. Kennedy ............_. '931.04Knight I I civilians cases can disseminate the ;disease session." 'gineers for Rivers and Harbors, No.
d & ,.. 456.06
Company' :; Funeral services, which were attended -'(among the armed forces, thus hindering 2 New York Avenue. N.W. Washington -
Kiumseig & Schlecter .. 634.35:
. officers all strength. LADIES AID TO WOnKT D. C."
',:, "J I. I.. Tatom .......00........... 710.52 by RAF and by our fighting : i

- i, Harley Watson .............. 9,607.49 j members of their course, were ,held I The Mobile X-ray unit is. for the! RED GROSS BANDAGE ROOTMMembers The film version of the record
in Arcadia afternoon. Bur-
Friday of the public, school children,
Ruth S. Wedgewoith .... 3,792.89Total use
of the' Ladies Aid are smashing show "This Is The Army"will
ial was in the British cemetery there. I and adults alike. Moore Haven is
I their president, Mrs. E. be shown throughout the state
I urged by
opportunity
benefit payments $617,332.06 fortunate in having this -
to the Red Cross under the auspices of the American
Checks for these payments were Get behind the man behind the and, a large percentage of the W. Durst, to come
I aft opening in Miami Sept. 26.
surgical dressing room Tuesday Legion,
,; issued from the New Orleans office gun-buy War Bonds with that population should avail itself of the officials annoxince.I .
Legion
ernoon to help roll bandages.
of the AAA on August 4th. I extra money: you arc making. I opportunity. __

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Who. s News


r Private Hargrove! This Week you innocently Use speak no hurtful, and'speak justly deceit accordingly.; ;and think if


By Benjamin Franklin.
"by Marion Hargrove V.M.O.SERVICE..
Delos Wheeler Lovelace I Let ut, then, be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate;
THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marlon Minneapolis bar, laid down his copy the longest derned hills I've ever Still achieving, still pursuing,
Hargrove, former feature editor of the of the Bartender's Guide and sat seen before we could drop our, suit Consolidated Features.-WNU Release. Learn to labor and to wait.
Charlotte (N. C.) News, has been in- up on his bunk. "Didn't you know?" cases. The Frenchmen swarmed -II. W. LONGFELI. )W'.
dotted into the army and completed the he asked. "Zuber's girl's come around us, selling everything from A MOST durable ambassador is Doubt whom you will, but
first few weeks of his training at Fort Sir Samuel John Gurney Hoare,
down from Rochester. They're go- steamer trunks to fine-toothed never yourself.-Bovee.
Bragg. Before getting Into the army, now back at 10 Downing Street to
Hargrove advises selectees to "paint the ing riding. combs. Twenty of us boys pooledour tell how he'talked turkey to Franco.A Liberty is the only thing you 1
town red." Once In, "the first three "That's a fine thing," crowed pocket money to buy a pack of cannot have unless you are :
weeks are the hardest" so keep "an Clarkin. "I haven't been for a spin cigarettes for fifty cents. What are Bit Pompom, SirHe fish is with thin- willing to give it to others.- !
open mind." Hargrove has had plenty of since I've been here. Get your you going to spend your first pay Samuel Has a William Allen White.
trouble the fundamentals of Plenty tight mouth
learning shoes on, Hargrove. And straighten on?
army life and as a result has spent a your name plate, McGlauflin. We "Oh, I suppose ,1'11-" Of ,Solid Qualities and a hihnasal The world will never starve 1
share of his time on KP duty. for want of wonders but
good
voice ; only
must make a good impression on our "First payday I had I went out
Classified as a cook he thinks it's good that on occasion has run throughthe for want of wonder.-G.. K.
and
guest bought myself a pack of ciga-
experience. His sergeant doesn't agree. house of commons like the 'rasp Chesterton.
Hargrove has learned a large portion ofarmy. -Pa- rettes and lay, awake almost all of.a file. But he knows his mind
slang and ,is about to enlighten night smoking them. Best cigarettesI
"You sure are a pleasant sur- and probably knew, too, that Allied
the civilian on this score.CHAPTER ever tasted. By the way, how's
prise, ma'm Clarkin prattled on victories had
the food ripened the time to ''
to the pretty girl in the front seat. at Fort Bragg? back Franco into a corner. RHEUMATIC 'PAIN
VI "Fancy Ben Zuber even knowing "I find it'very-" .
One of those, modern Hood not
corre- Dit
Day attar
it Now
anybody like you. You should see "Over in France we used to take spondents, who zip between Lon- Don't s.POII/oar C-2223 to relieve -
When Junior comes home from the homely looking things he bringsto our drinking water and swap it to don and New York the an pain of muscular rheumatism
camp on furlough or for the week- the dances here." the.French for wine. It was a toss- older generation used to ride way the and other rheumatic pains. Caution:
Use
only as directed. First bottlo '
end he will throw out his She smiled at up which tasted worse-our water or '
probably a polite thank-you expresses between New York purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
chest, pull his shoulders almost out I Clarkin and glanced sharply at' Zu their wine. Ah, them" was the days! and Washington, reports that and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.

of joint, and speak a sort of jargon I ber.uI never could, even get him Like your uniform? bare loves the pomp and' circumstance -' V
entirely unintelligible to you. ,Thereis I to the dances at home," she said. "I think it's very- of public life. He cer- I

no cause for alarm; Junior is I "He wouldn't even look at the girlsat "Nothing like the ones we wore. tainly acts as though he does flQ relieve distress of MONTHLY*\

merely exaggerating to show off ,his all. Would you, dear?" i There we were, in the hottest partof when he togs out in court dress.

familiarity with military life. "No, ma'am," groaned the mar- the summer, with these woolen His uniform is perfection. The 1ema1 la Weakness

You will not be consoled by this tyred Zuber, who spent almost all sword that he wears as an Elder Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
knowledge when he begins speakingthis his evening hours writing letters to Brother of Trinity House slants pound Is made especially for women

unknown tongue. In order to 1 Rochester. jauntily. The blaze of his deco- weak to help, tired relieve nervous periodic, blue pain with feelings Its

understand some of his conversa- I "Just to look at Ben," said Mc- rations heightens the light of -due to functional monthly dis
_
,
tion, you might tear out this page I Glauflin, "you'd never think such a pleasure in his eyes. Taken turbances., regularly-Plnkham's Compound -

and tuck it away in the drawer quiet-seeming boy could raise so Sir Samuel is a prodigious worker, helps build up resistance
with recipes and patterns. I I much devil. It constantly amazes against such symptoms. Here Is a
your
with an infinite capacity for impor- product that helps nature and ,
Goldbricking is an Army term signifying me? tant detail and his performance in that's the kind to buy! Famous for

in a word, loafing. In its Private Zuber's girl friend's smile Spain has been satisfactory all almost thousands a century.of women Thousands have reported upon

strictest sense, it means avoidingyour was not so spontaneous this time, around. His wife, maybe, has helped benefits., Follow label directions.
fair share of the work, thus and there was a baleful gleam in there. She writes weekly pep Worth truing '

making the load harder for the oth- j i I her glance at poor Benjamin. "What piece for consular representatives.The VOlA E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUNNDD _
have you been doing, dear?" she
er boys. When Junior uses the Hoare family, though not
term,.however, it merely means hid asked with terrible gentleness. venerable, has been in banking quite

ing from the work in the first placeor Private McGlauflin went on glib- some time and there" is plenty of Spotting Submerged Subs

stretching an easy job out to make ly. "Tell her about the time you r money to support an ambassadorial Men in a blimp can spot a sub-

it last as long as possible. got tight in Fayetteville and triedto 0 establishment. Sir Samuel is '63.: ''marine, under favorable conditions -

Batting the breeze is the military take the policeman's hat away J at a submerged depth, of 90
equivalent of "bullshooting."_ from him, Ben!" ,

GI is short for "Government Is- ,The one-girl audience was "Over in France we used to take THE Nazis in Belgium, according

sue." GI is the ,yellow laundry I shocked. Her expression, as she our drinking water ,and swap it to to exiled Prime Minister Hubert. 'feet.For
soap I ,looked ,at Zuber, was one of'anxiety the French for wine." Pierlot, are slowly starving more
soap, a GI brush is a hard-bristle ONLY 1O/NOW
and doubt. than half of Belgium's small chil-
scrubbing brush; and a GI haircut j OD's, Russian high collars, wrap.
is the regulation styla which sacrifices j'| Clarkin began again. "And the around leggins, and all the works. Nazis Are Starving dren. Fifty- O Less tha'n"
terrible ,fight he had that time- three per
two-thirds of Junior's "
How do
wavy you like my costume?
locks to cleanliness and sanitation. j ooof!" McGlauflin gave him a "Well Belgium's Children, cent of
hearty dig in the ribs. To make confidentially- those be-
sure Pierlot
Declares
The PX is the post exchange, or H.
This field ain't the
cap one they
j that it had registered and created, tween three
canteen co-operative enterprise '
a
issued to I lost that and
sufficient horrible me. one and six he are undernour
curiosity in the says
which sells practically everything I
had to to this Iwouldn't
feminine mind, he repeated it. help 'myself one. ished.
the soldier needs.
tell you where I got it. I 'Pierlot'speaks on the basis of first-
The old man is the battery com- Private Zuber, guiltless but help- used to" get into more potatopeeling ''
less rate information. He was ,prime a dose
his shoulders
drooped furtheras
mander, who may also be referredto work for not' getting this collar '
the terrible ride continued."Here's minister before the'captivity, and the, ? Use only as directed., ,
among yourselves as the BC or fixed right, too: Looks right, distinguished people' who remained behind 'still
the The kick is the Service Club, dear, -he "
skipper. top a first ,doesn't it?_
look upon him as their leader and I
finally said. "Shall in and
the chief of the we go
sergeant, battery'snoncommissioned I looked at the modernistic clockon
have smuggle information over the Chan
officers. something to drink? He gave
the three"of usa- pathetically be- Ward Beecher's parlor table. I nel regularly.A .

Jawbone is an apt word meaning seeching glance.McGlaufiin took my eyes off it quickly, lest he trifle old to fight in this war,
"
"credit. A Jawbone corppral is an tell me again about how he won it
53, in the last struggle with Ger-
acting corporal, who has neither the took pity on the innocent at the firemen's. convention. .
Zuber, who was dying for a many Pierlot enlisted as a private -
the of
rating
nor pay a corporal. cause "Well, Ward," I said, jumping desperately finished a lieutenant and
he knew not.uWe'U haveto '
Over the hill is an artistic of UNITED STATESBONDS
way into in
a gap tlie conversation stayed on in the reserve to be-
referring to unauthorized absence.This be going. We ,have things to do
"I've enjoyed talking to you come a captain of the Chasseurs
and I imagine two young1 _
you _.
is another expression for peo- o AND
about life in the
my Army, but I Ardennais. That "Ardennais,"
AWOL. ple want to enjoy each other's com- STAMPS"I
u have to get along uptown again. probably evoked mempries he
Food is chow or--mess., Stew is pany. ( .
I've
got- could not resist. It in the
was
slum or slumgullion. Salt pork "Yes, said Zuber's fiancee slow- 1,1'
which you rarely see in the Army, ly. "Ben and I have SO much to "Sure.thing, fellow," said the man Ardennes that the bloody bat-
talk about." Private Zuber, ,shud- of letters; "it certainly is interest- tles of the summer of 1914 were

dered and his shoulders ,slumped ing to hear from a, soldier in this fought, futile victories for the ...
tragically."We army. I could listen to you for Germans they turned out to be.
c Yf
a certainly have enjoyed the hours. After peace Pierlot became one 'of

afternoon," crowed Clarkin.. "Lovely -Sa- Brussels' most eminent lawyers-and
time." ultimately was elected to the senate.A .
When a sergeant tells that it's
you
thick with face and
,, man a square
-Pa-
little in life that'are
tlje things important little hair but vast eyebrows and a
One of the first people I'looked up he's not just saying it. A heavy moustache, he held various

when I went to Charlotte on leave sergeant who impresses that one portfolios in the cabinet and reached

was W ard Beecher Threatt, who corny slice of homely philosophyupon the prime ministership just before
writes a column of sorts for the Sat- a rookie's mind is giving him the Germans' second invasion. He

urday edition of the Charlotte News. one of the most important lessons of barely escaped their pursuit and with S
4
"Well, Hargrove," began the post- his Army life. his wife and seven children went

1 1d card philosopher, "how's the Army At retreat, the afternoon 'inspection first to Vichy, then to Spain and by

agreeing''' with you? I've been ach- of the soldiers, I always check way of, Portugal to ,England. King

I ing to find out what you've been do- everything before I fall out for the Leopold, meanwhile, fell in the
II ing." This was a subtle slam at my onceover. Are my shoes shined?" Is Nazis' hands and Pierlot's first com-

,column. my rifle cleaned and ,oiled? Is my ment was bitterly accusing. It was, 1

"Well, all things considered" I name plate pinned straight over,my probably, only double talk for Ger-

began. left shirt pocket? Can I get by with man consumption because he defends -

"Nothing like the Army," said this morning's shave? Do I need a his king now
"Over the hill is an artistic way, Ward Beecher. "I wouldn't take a haircut? Are all my pockets but- i

of referring to unauthorized absence million dollars for the time I spentin toned? When I make sure that everything -

AWOL." it. Nobody'd offer 'me a million is as it should be, I sigh A FTER an earlier war council

anyway. Have you got a rating yet?" with satisfaction and fall out. called in Washington by the authors -
is called lamb chop. "They lam it of the Atlantic Charter it
"Well- I began again. The battery assembles in was
a neat
,
against the wall to get the salt out '
"Lord, did r have my ups and precise picture of mass formation.The rumored that a veteran general
of it and then they chop it into '
up downs! Got all the 'to backed
the beans." way up ser- battery commander orders the Liken Mountbattenhad
geant three times and was busted away from.
top kick to "Prepare the battery for
animal A yardbird life in is the lowest form of three times-for the good of the inspection!" The top kick opens the To, Gen. Wellington the Burma i.
an Army Under "
camp.
service. He paused to light another ranks and the lines offensive.r.
the law he is rated straighten out /? Various Ways
common as one
1 r.
cigarette and I thought I now tossed
rank below buck saw an to perfection. From where I\stand,
a private. The
opening. to the young, the hellforleatherLord
everything looks perfect.The .
yardbird, for this misdeed or that
"Let me tell you about the trip Louis Mountbatten. Gossips
shortcoming, spends most of his timein over," I said. "We left the-" battery commander begirtSnis said that when any'schedule' of men,
menial labor about the battery inspection. Until he gets almost to
"We started a crap game on the me, I feel almost smug to think ships, planes and guns was ,drawnup Many of the insect "enemies'
area.
train said Threatt "and I had the oldster tck-tck-tcked and
-=- I to that for once I've stood retreat and that swarm the battlefronts-
wire home.for money,before I got to not fallen short somewhere. To asked double. Mountbatten has always plaguing the life" ont of our soldiers
It was our afternoon off and we Rock Hill. Have you had a pay- gone 'ahead with the tools at -die before the lethal blast
were lying around in our barracks, day yet?" bask 'in my own perfection, I sneaka hand and has used ,these so well he of FLIT and our other insecti

too lazy to dress for a movie or a "We'll have one-" I started. forbidden peek at my gun and is a vice admiral at 43. cides.

trip to the Service Club. All of us "On that ocean voyage," he brokein. uniform. Incidentally, a superstitious As for common house pests-

were, that is, except Private Zuber. "I went for fourteen days withouta Then, to my horror, I see two neighbor points out,,that Wellington FLIT slays Vm as it sprays 'em.
With an enthusiasm and energy for- cigarette. I followed one man all shiny strands of stainless steel just when he finished Napojeon'sgenerals FLIT is Grade AA. It far ex-

eign to a cook's afternoon off, Zu- I around the boat waiting for him to below my belt-the chain on that in the Peninsular war, ceeds minimum requirements of
Commercial Standards CS
7238as
ber was applying blinding dadblasted dollar watch! Your whole
a
glazeto
throwaway a butt. Instead of throw-
was 44., Burma, the neighbor issued by the National Bureau
.. his shoes. This finished, he con- ing it on the deck, where I could day can be spoiled by doodads suchas notes, is also on a peninsulaand of Standards.Be .
nected an iron,and ,began sharpening -, have scooped it, he flung it over the that marring the neatness and Lord Mountbatten 43. The sure to ask for

the creases in his trousers. rail. I followed another and just simplicity of your uniform. Back to "lord" is by courtesy, not Burke.An FLIT-the knock-ont

"Going somewhere, I take it," when I thought .he'd be ready to the kitchens, Dulcy! elder brother inherited the killer-today!

asked Private Clarkin, the Jersey throw it away, I asked him for the 'Thete's one good thing, however, title of Marquis of Milford Haven

milkman. butt. The son-of-a-gun told me Jie about forgetting to take off your and a nephew holds it now. FLITr

Private Zuber grinned happily, had three different kinds of co, ds- nonkosher watch chain for retreat, Mountbatten is only plain Louis
and nodded. He donned his fresh and he threw his cigarette over the or to put on your leggins for reveille, Francis Albert Victor Nicholas;

clothing, gave his necktie several side. He didn't have another, he or to straighten the shoes under your but like Wellington, also a younger 00 luoorpnr.4d

unnecessary tugs, and combed'his said." bunk! After the first time, you rt son, he may be more than

hair for the twelfth time. "We landed at Brest," no1 said, member them! marquis in the end.
Private McGlauflin, late of the "and we, had to walk up one of. (TO BE CONTINUED?



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tI Store glassed foods. onions, potatoes A quick and uL. delicious sauce for

Released by Western Newspaper Union; butter and flour away from ice cream or pudding is made by
the light. heating maple syrup and adding
SUN AND HEAT STROKESTwo .
one-half cup nut meats to it just
Store coffee jars, once they are before serving.
emergencies that come with opened, in the refrigerator.s *
hot weather are sunstroke and heat- *
'Try mending torn oilcloth by
I stroke. Whether the individual is In sewing on buttons, place the bringing the cdg together on the
working or at rest the sun may knot between the'buttons and"ma-, wrong side with adhesive tape,
1 cause dizziness; terial, which prevents the knot then pressing.
headache, drynessof from becoming untied. STake *
i the skin, and dif-
*
ficulty in breathing. eggs to the basement or
k2th': arb: Suddenly the patient Chopped, crisp bacon may be other cool place immediately after

: falls, convulsions oc- added to your favorite muffin bat- gathering.. Do not put them in the
cur, and sometimesis ter for a delicious Sunday morning egg case until the following morn-

,: apparently com- treat. ing, for effs, cool slowly in a case.
-
:; }' 4.. ,Aa s, pletely paralyzed.

There is flushing of .-.---.-- .- ...........- -... ........- --. .... .--.
j the face, delirium, .- .r. i ii
.
vomiting, a i .
nausea '
coated tongue, and \ 'J'r '
f J; ., :,, ,
Dr. Barton high temperatureskin ,: "! u.r ,/r' ar11
hot and red. 7 "t. $ // l/ f,...,, /(/! ; _-/_ ;__ /J ""'"

This condition is called sunstrokeor : N"M ........", .. J.

The patient is !
thermic fever.
a. and ice or .."" .._.._-_.._._._. ... ...-.-....---........-._............._.......___...._...._....l. ........_.
in shady spot
.....,.,. placed a
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cold water is applied continuouslyto ,
Due to
an unusually large demand and
Behind the far flung battle lines on the South Pacific front our the surface of the whole body. Ice current war conditions slightly more time
available is 'placed behind is required in orders for
pack if 5606 3h filling a few of
has established oasis of and where battered
navy an peace, quiet ears and about the head., the most popular pattern numbers.
bodies and be nursed back to health. Per- To obtain
jangled nerves can Monogram Designs and Pat-
called heat
However what is exhaustion -
forming a near miracle, considering, the time and labor expended, is, now more often seen J tern send for 15 cents the Nightie and 1 cent(Pattern for postage No. 5606)with

construction battalions have erected docking facilities and an air- than sunstroke. Heat exhaustion usually aJ your. name address and pattern number

field 'where casualties can be received from Battles. For war occurs where the individual is ( to:
working hard 'amid great heat in a \ HOME NEEDLEWORK
weary but uninjured heroes the recreation center is a mecca- r1W 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
place 'where the ventilation is' poor.
one spot on the war bound deep that is ,truly "pacific" where There is a feeling of great weak- : I I

death can be forgotten for a brief,hour in the sun. ness and the first thing noticed is y.iv NO ASPIRIN- FASTER

that there is no perspiration on the '
than genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin. ',
; ::: :; skin which is very hot and dry, tem- World's largest seller at 10l. None safer "'

4 _T : ; J: : feeble.perature below normal and pulse' none surer. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.

In heatstroke the patient shouldbe
disrobed to the underwear and Loving Those We HateIt
I placed on his back in some cool is one of the most difficult
'S7 things in the world to persuade '
.
shady place. Ice bags are appliedto F Ja
the head and both armpits. The ourselves that 'anyone can love

use Of hand fans (or towels) to stir those whom we ourselves hate.-
!
up air currents is'' advisable. When ; Salm-Dyck.
the patient recovers consciousnesshe .'
should be given increasing quan-
tities of cold water by mouth and a :5'
quarter teaspoon of table salt with .. WE WANT TO BUYS
each glass of water.In Stamp collections and accumulations.Coins. .
Old Glass and Chinaware. What
what is called heat exhaustion, have you?Write before sending anything.
which is a mild form of heatstroke, { Describe condition quantity and price
wanted. Address:
the body temperature instead of
N 1. VOWETTE 205 West St.
Forsyth
being high, as in heatstroke, may be \ /R.R yt JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
below normal. Skin is pale and

clammy and moist, breathing rapid .
and shallow. Treatment consists in
HOUSEWIVES *
placing patient in a cool place and :
giving him cool drinks of fruit juices : //fAd; Your Waste Kitchen Fats

.
and a quarter teaspoonful (15
Are Needed for
Explosives
grains) of table salt, every three .
hours. JiRL TURN 'EM IN! *
r Getting the patient to a cool spot
and giving cool drinks and table salt

A view of the hospital reveals the cool, airy canopy provided by the (to keep water in the body tissues A" PERFECTLY straight piece o .
) is the main thought in the of flowered rayon silk, chiffonor
pulms which tower over,the buildings. Inset, top left: This sign erectedat treatment of heat stroke and heat cotton-narrow velvet or silk SNAPPY FACTS

the outskirts of the center is a cheerful harbinger of the hours ahead exhaustion. It is the great loss of ribbon and a charming monogram

for men who have been under the, strain of battle. water and salt- from the body tissues makes this lovely nightie. It requires ABOUT
that brings on the symptoms. the minimum of cutting and I

sewing and achieves a maximum
charm in appearance. Do the riJriRUBBER :
? Allergies GroupedInto monogramming in color to match \

It Three ClassesHay the shoulder and waistline ties.

There are about 400 kinds of
fever is a form of allergy Jones Was HandicappedIn trees and vines in the world
t!:':,;' being sensitive to certain sub that contain rubber latex, but
'
stances Not Knowing Neighbor"Those Hevea brasiliensis, native of
t 'x"r A simple definition of allergy is Brazil Is recognized as the
1gfft:(:l'-:/ given by Dr. H. K. Detweiler To- new people across the best for commercial purposes ;
( ronto in the Bulletin of the Acade- I
road seem very devoted to each Don't keep your car Idle too long ;i
; my of Medicine, Toronto. "Allergyis other," said Mrs. Jones to her hus- with the tires carrying the load. !
r .. f ,..,.;,;j a condition of some, individuals in band who was well hiden behinda Drive It a short,"distance period i I
which certain tissues react in an newspaper.A ically. This ,flexes the tires and I ,
altered manner in the ,presence of rustle of the sheet was all will prevent deterioration.The .

specific substances (usually proteinin the reply she received, but she was I
is rub (
conserving
nature) which, to the ordinary used to that. ber. Army Jt is estimated that by ,
individual, are without effect." "He helps her clear the table 1944 crude rubber require-

Dr. Detweiler states that there and wipes the dishes after supper.I ments per vehicle will be cut
a// are three main or major types of .. just noticed that." 63 per cent as compared to
t allergy or over-sensitiveness. Theseare "H-m-m," and another rustle of the amount of rubber, needed
(1) atopic allergy, (2)) bacterial the newspaper. by the vehicle at the outbreak

t, ,, allergy, (3) contact allergy. Examples "Every time he goes out he kisses of the war.RFG .
,
"<" of atopic allergy are hay her, and goes on throwing kissesall

rtPi\fiJ. fever, pollen asthma, or asthma due down the road. Edward, why
YS" ; J !3' to sensitiveness to protein of foods, don't you do that?"
. +
jt:; J.t%" p', ,:, ; :Wym-f4f; : r'A > fjyy>.rJ furs dander of animals '
: : f t; : %* W 4J4t@ >''hf.iJ tn. feathers, "Me? snorted' the man behind
:;;' or various substances such as house the news, "I don't know her!"


I : A" J{' l :if iJ tuberculin-sensitive patients dust Examples, orris suffering root of ,bacterial linseed.individuals from allergy asthma and are I Shipping Dried Food I .j


caused by sinusitis, bronchitis, and

u1//.:w .../%' < ;: :. 'o l ; other infections. Because so much of the food be- t1rih'
l _: Examples of contact allergy are ing shipped abroad today has been
1 1f skin inflammations due to contact
dried, dehydrated or compressed,
r ltktt't +&ii: % ?:!fE. :ir with chemicals and
W W ': ? '' !: plants, metals. ,'any American freighter of medi-
I.x':; ";'t :,%', :' >i" '0hWt1'x.1l: :; 1 ">;'''r"O>'>'1 What about heredity as a cause of um size is able to carry the entire

.JI'f't.0'/h '> ;; : ::: : ly hereditary shows a definite '''ten-
.v.
'
q .1f@'di.l.p: farms or, roughly, 600,000
: : i'\, "':%f.jt k 4 age ,
; : .,
the laws of
: < ; ;" {::h" > > dency to follow heredity; acres.
'' "
i t._{!? "'. ;ltf.i4r will bacterial has not been 'defi-
allergy
w.* 1:. }
J? :: -:" / > '>" "" / ;k' ; .
I OWW''u.r."tt': .w/;.iw3lr;N'd""'-.../ ..:w".r.. ,..4 ,'fnyf/, r' Y d 7 1 nitely established as being of a hereditary -
nature contact allergy is
;
Above: Water lovers on liberty not hereditary.What .
.I from a r about treatment? Is the injection Its no fun
jl warships, or recuperating patients ; .
of vaccine effective in -
1 find refreshment in the preventing pollen hay fever? Does avoid- Il t.- ll1 to Lave

Pacific surf. Overhanging tree allows ing using or small doses of the foods \

'':' swimmers to indulge in acrobatics causing allergy prevent asthma or : MALARIAfAXtJ !
'- :;; along with their aquatics. other allergic symptoms? ''Can asth-
matic attacks be prevented by '"desensitizing" ,
Right Using
: utmost care to handle -
fy y a these individuals with
-
patients gently, crew o f an ambulance : extracts of house dust, animal ,and

plane that flew casualties other substances? WI IITERSMITH'SToniC'zwd'

from battle urea pass their precious The great majority of these pa-

cargo to another crew who will tients can obtain relief if they are
,] ,patient enough to submit to the var-
rush the
injured to hospitals. : ious test necessary.

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FOUR THE OU3WISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1943", i
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News Book Reviews I Miss Jean Treadwell man, through headquarters of the throughout the world. *',
The Clewiston
Florida War Fund ,affiliated with *
UNITED NATIONS FRONT: Sur?-' --. :,
Transferred To DistrictMiss the National War Fund. leaf
---- and medical supplies and equip- I

Published eVery Friday InClewleton, New books in Clewiston public' Library Dedicated to the aim of furnIsh- ment; food and clothing to civilian : f

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, e : -reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean Jean Treadwell, who has been ings services on three fronts-the victims of war; support of educational i '"-J:'
;
Tnc. chairman: Military Front, the United Nations .
King, technical and '
Welfare
training
supervisor of the Social institutions \T\
Front, and the Home Front-the
I ; support of ''-
BOWBEX, Editor American Folkways edited by District with headquarters in Wau- industrial co'c. -r
KEATHLEY I Natoinal War Fund, Dr. Tigert explained operatives; aid to children's [
Erskine Caldwell, is a series of booksthat I: homes: '
has
been
books to chula for the past year, is providing and will con- and nurseries; establishment and. "
Entered a"s second class mail matter are good companion transferred to Fort Myers and is tinue to provide these essential aids: maintenance of emergency kitchens
the Pest Office in the Rivers of America series. district 8. The ;
February 1, 1927 at now supervisor of duty
Clewiston, Florida, under, the Act of There are eight American Folk- MILITARY FRONT: Off health aids to women war workers *
transfer became effective September -
(March 3, 1891.SubHerJptlon ways now in print, and more ;in 15th. recreational, cultural and spiritual and seeds for replanting "scorched1earth"

T They are Desert services to service men and service areas of United Nations. '

Rate $:.00 I'er Year. Country preparation., Pinon Country: Short Grass Miss Tread/well, whose home is women; entertainment programs in HOME FRONT: Health aid _
I in Arcadia, resided in Moore Haven training camps and off-shore bases
Country, Ozark Country, and Pal- ; visiting nurses, clinics and hospitals;
Advertising Rates On Application. for over a year, and has many: welfare aid and counsel to
merchant S
metto Country, High Border Country -I family services; children's aid-vo- ,.
friends here who are delighted that seamen; overseas clubhouses, convalescent -i cational training
Mormon Country, and Palmetto health work; rec-
to the advancement and wel- her work will again be in this dis '' centers for men of the reational
Devoted I '
Country.: The latter two, which are programs, aid to the aged, -
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. trict. Merchant Marine, and war prison- disabled and indigent
reviewed this week, are now in the and other ,
-
will be added to I ers' aid to interped armed forces services. S
I library: and more I ', C
TIGERT CHAIIRMAN OF
IS
to time. Here
the Series from time ---------------
I, again, if library users have any STATE WAR FUND DRIVE

NATIONAL' EDITORIAL- \ preference, please indicate it to the

iSSOCIATIN librarian and that book will be the Types of service, which will be I You i P'i
might well -
next purchased in the COUNTRYBy series. provided by the agencies composingthe as

PALMETTO
National War Fund, toward"

Stetson Kennedy which Florida will be asked to ,con-'i
PALMETTO COUNTRY presents
candid picture ,of life in the Deep- tribute $1,417,500 in a state-wide
a
i... :..:..:..M:-:N..:M:N N..:..:..:N N N:11..:N N I est South-Florida, and the southern appeal, to be launched in October, ; < .1.1J

{ portions of'Georgia and Alabama; a I were outlined here by Dr. John J. Y : Confess !
Tigert of Jacksonville state chair-
r
Late ClassifyBy low sub-tropical region of piney -
Too TO flatwoods, Everglades, Okefenokee, -

and Big Cypress Swamp. Borderedby The Third War Bond drive is on

RUSSELL, KAY 5,000 miles of coast line, this so dig deep down into your pocket- Almost everyone likes a mys captains of Industry even the-
region is fringed by the Ten Thou- l tery-almost everyone enjoys: President of the United State tl
. . . book and buy some NOW! the thrilling excitement of all like their mysteries. It'
.::NAM..:N N N:NNNN, ;.:NN N N:NNN, MAN N MN M M:1 sand Islands, Georgia's Sea Islands, tracking down a criminal with fact, millions ojt Americans
and the Florida Keys. It is a land 1 /'r ah ace detective. But some are reading more mysteries
Probably the most constructive are a little' ashamed to admit today than ever before. Why? 'I
far-reaching legislation passed of floating islands, disappearing spent in search of an ideal-always readinp- "ivsterles. Well Mainly because these fast-
and I rivers and big -YOU needn't be, paced, easy-reading storie
lakes underground ,
against
by the '43 session was the so-called the rugged, ,inhospitable, are both relaxing and re
"House Philosophy" section of the I blows. colorful background of the American Maybe you didn't know that freshing. It is for them -'
many college professors, bank and for you-tha't we are pub I'
The first cul-
of
tetllJnto seat European
Appropriation Bill which, if ena West presidents, great scientists. ,lishing
ture the North American continent
on 1

law, control would have of all set state up expendi-a rigid'budgetry ] the Palmetto Country continues 1/,1/ Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine i

tures, done away with continuing, to be a fascinating and little- ,

the legis- known part of the United{ States. Edited by Ellery Queen
appropriations and given Queen are to be found in it.
definite I Ponce de Leon discovered it while famous detective of the radio, But stories are selected on
lature and the public a the movies, and best-seller
HOUSEWIVES% their merits, not on authors'
'for Fountain of Youth
searching a ,
Check on 'how money was spent. I books, it Is devoted exclusively names. Tough and suave
DeSoto came looking for a City of to the best in detective casual and swift, comic and
Most of this "House Philosophy, crime short-story literature. ,
( tragic they are mingled withrefreshing
it
Gold, and Denys Rolle sought in
And we mean literature. The
however, was stricken from the bill variety and stimu-
a Utopia for the destitutes and fact that a story owes its plot lating change qf peace. Rare .
Governor Holland on the groundsthat : to, crime and detection need
by gems, fit for the most critical -
London.
prostitutes of Such hope- >-
it would call for greatly en- not prevent its being well delightful to the most r,
ful quests met sad fates, but modern written. Short detective fiction naive. You will find the new
larged personnel in the Comptroller's that is well written is magazine well printed-sharp-
like Miami Overseas
dreams the
office, additional costly me- GREASE IS AN ESSENTIALMATERIAL not too readily available. But and clear, kind to the eyes. I
Highway, and Tamiami Trail have we are finding them-in You will find the size-same
chanical equipment impossible to books, in magazines, in'the as The Reader's Digest-con-
secure at this time, manpower need- come true. FOR files of famous authorsandby venient to hold to handle, to>
Yet the center of attraction is the arrangement with other slip into your pocket. You t
] ed elsewhere. In addition, no pro- publishers as well as with au- will find the cover as pleas-
who live in the Palmetto
vision had been made for the added people MUNITIONSCLEWISTON thors, we reprint in the ap- ing to look at as a book t
Country: the native crackers with proved Reader's Digest man- jacket. And you will find the-
expense: involved.As ner the best detective fictionto contents the most satisfyingquarter's i
their flavorful tales, songs, anecdotes be procured. worth of
good entertainment -
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the passage of the measure ; the_ Negroes; that unique Such masters as Dashiell you have foundin
was delayed until the last hours of 1 folk character-the ,American tour- j MARKETSCAN Hammett. Agatha Christie, many day. On sale at all I
Stuart Palmer and
Ellery good newsstands 25c
a copy-
the session and not signed by the .
ist; Latih cigar-maker; Conch fish-I I
Governor until after adjournment; I erf oik; Greek sponge-divers; cow- NOW HANDLE Special lOc Offer To Readers Of f

the legislature, which had approvedthe
hunters; farmers; and backwoodsmen. YOUR SALVAGED .
bill by a vote of 35 tori in the PALMETTO COUNTRY is the The Clewiston News r

Senate and 84 to 6 in the House, first of the American Folkways books FATS ,<: "

had no opportunity to act on the : "
to, be written since America's entry Because we want you to know detective stories new and old ,
veto, and the desired changes in the into the war. The region's strategic Ellery Queen's Mystery :Maga60,000 words of thrilling
method of handling State expendi- YOUR PART zine we will send you a'copv mysteries-for only lOc, the .t-
location DO
has again placed it in the
of this anthology of the best cost of postage and handling.Fill t
tures became ineffective. forefront of the nation's war effort, ?
in and mall the below with lOc
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continuing appropriations the various wars on' its folkways is clearly '1

boards, bureaus, commissionsand shown. ELLERY QUEEN'S MYSTERY MAGAZINE [

agencies of State government MORMON COUNTRY r TO Lexington Avenue, New_ York,2V. Y. .

have become less and less dependenton I "
By Wallace Stegner CLEWISTON REALTY Here's my lOc for which please send me a copy of Ellery
the legislature for funds and MORMON COUNTRY includes all '

their expenditures are largely beyond of Utah, most of southern Idaho, Queen's Mystery Magazine.

legislative control. the southwest corner of Wyoming, and DEVELOPMENT

Under the present system of accounting much of Arizona and :Nevada, and NAME -' --- -'-- -'
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which lumps all expendi- strips of Colorado and New Mexico.It CORPORATION E--_.:_:==__.== == -' =

tures together into two items "sal- was an arid and inhospitable land -

aries" and "necessary and regular, until the Mormons transformed its .&'='1 ____CITY & STATE _____ I __----:-__ Q S
expense," it is almost impossible for I
wilderness
reaches into a secure ""
either the legislature' or the taxpayers -I haven. --- -- ,
to check where the money goes I
The story of Mormon Country is /
Among the evils it encourages is indeed, a fascinating one. It begins THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .> '

the employment of large numbers of with the great westward trek un- --.t : !

unnecessary employees by boards, der the leadership of Brigham

bureaus or departments, whose prin- I Young and goes forward as the \ -1

ciple duty is to travel the state, at I chronicle of tireless and superhuman 1 1N I '

the taxpayers": ,expense, promotingthe achievements by a people of .
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welfare of the bureau chief they l faith. The myths and legends of the ; t,

serve, or lobby'' for legislation de- i j Mormons, their ,folkways and great -% t '
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signed to enlarge the bureau's scopeof I'I leaders, are relatively unknown to f

operations to give it more power many Americans. But theirs is a I -7f j jI

more money and more control. colorful saga, and it is the saga of 4? \ I i' .

The co-mingling of'all expense, a people who built by group effort A I "

except salaries, under the single a' region entirely. different from the 1

classification of "necessary and reg- rest of the West in its institutionsand & 1I I' ,

ular expense" covers a multitude of habits of living. ; "I I ,' 1
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sins and makes it possible to hide S icY '
The Mormon way of life stood in1 ,
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large sums paid out to political -, : 1
sharp contrast to the wild individualism -
stooges who are charged with the 1
of the western frontier, and d f I '
task of building or mending political
even tOday.,, the Mormons live in a 'I
forces and advancing the interestsof
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closely knit and mutually helpful
the governmental agency they r4 a ,' ., ,
serve. community' that is inspiring. The a I1 \ j j'' "'
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story of the Mormons is one' of the ,
;, The reason for' reviewing the matter -1 : !
labor and self-sacrifice that was fL
at this time is occasioned by the \ ,<', -
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fact that last week RepresentativesJoe ---- I

C. Jenkins of Alachua 'and Butler

i .Dowda of Putnam, leaders of the appropriation.They < [

I fight for these reforms in the House, further charge that the rea- l !

filed a Circuit Court suit in Talla- I sons given for vetoing such sections

hassee, attaching the Governor'sveto were "inaccurate, untrue, and irrelevant i

: ,of the section of the appropria- and constitute no legal or TT- I I'I'I

tions bill requiring more detailed j.' constitutionally valid grounds for I f.

: accounting of state expenditures. I such action" { .. I f

Jenkins was chairman of the sub- They: contend that it would' not I, r
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committee which drew the House require any enlargement of personnel 1 i l

version and Dowda was chairman of in the Comptroller's office nor I '

! the House appropriations committee. the use of additional machines; that '"The more I read about it, Judge, the more 1 for airplane windshields and instrument covers i I f'

Comptroller Lee, whom the vetoed trained experienced employees now realize the tactics and requirements of this war to make lacquers used in camouflaging j.
! section would have charged with in service could perform such work; and as a base for synthetic rubber i .
are as different from the one I fought in 25 equipment
! keeping the accounts in the manner I and that there is no additional expense for tires masks, paratroop equip- ;
I needed gas
: years ago as night is from day. I ,
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prescribed in such
was made operations.
defendant to necessary things.
and dozens of other t
"Yes, and I can give you an example of ment .' '
the suit and Jenkins and Dowda, who Since it it Fred I realize i '
of
I: was clearly the legislative how true that is, Fred. In World War I the "Every time I think ,
bring the action in I
their own right purpose and intent by overwhelming in having a beverage : ,:,
fortunate we were
: as citizens chief uses of alcohol produced for war pur- how : f
and ,
taxpayers, ask the majorities in both houses to require in existence when war :
I to poses were found in smokeless powder, medi- distilling industry : '
court
compel him to comply with a more detailed system of and willing to convert j f f'
the cal supplies and chemical warfare materials.In broke out..ready
vetoed, provisions. State '
accounting as'to
so enable both
j They contend that the Governor the legislature and the public to this war the need for this product, is far 100% to the production of this critically boot- .i t <

! exceeded his constitutional authority keep a closer check on expenditures, more vital because iris also used as a fuel to needed war product. I'm" mighty sure I :

: when he vetoed this and other sections the outcome of this action will be propel torpedoes to make shatterproof glass leggers wouldn't have.: / I J,

, since the constitution permits I,I watched with keen interest for it f ,, I : ;

him_to veto only items of appropriation reopens a battle of long-standing of .
or the entire bill but not sec- 'I the peoples against entrenched Conftrenet of Alcoholic Battaft lifdusllit*, /**

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THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE FIVIDRAT.IONI.NG
24 1943
.' SEPTEMBER ,
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:; I of about 50 per cent in the retail NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Hendry County, Florida of. Said claims or demands 'to con
) TAX DEED Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24. tain the legal address of the claim-
price of California grapes. I (Senate Kill No. 163) -- ant and to be sworn to and presentedas
aforesaid, or 'same will be barred.
CALENDARPieparecl I IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE COURT IN See Section 120 of the 1933 ProbateAct.
Hog Ceiling Prices Fixed: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That AND FOR HEMJIIY COUNTY, '
Jesse B. Thomas, holder of Tax Cer- FLOUID\ IN PROHATE. Date September 14, A. D. 1943.
Live hogs have been placed under) tificate No. 154, issued the' 2nd day of No. ____..._....
Office OPA) dollars-and-cents ceilings effective September, A. D. 1940, has filed same DOLISKA JUNIA TYSON,
'( bj Tampa in office and has made applicationfor
my As Executor of the Last Will
Blue Stmaps-R, S and T became October 4, the OPA announced last a tax deed to be Issued thereon. In GEORGE TIe ESTATE OF and Testament of George Willis
WILLIS TYSON, JR,
week. This is the first ceiling plac- Said certificate embraces the 'following Tyson, Jr.. deceased.
1 September Deceased.
valid) August expire .
; described property in the County 'of First publication 16
on September ,
'20th. I ed on livestock and has the approvalof Hendry, State of Florida, to-\Vit: 1943.
the War Food Administration.A W% of WJof NW 4 of NEU NOTICE' TO CREDITORSTo Sept. 17, 23, Oct. 1, 8
valid September -.
U, V and W became Sec. 27, Twp. 45 S., Rge. 29 E. All Creditors and All Persons Having -
1; expire October 20. '1 ceiling of $14.75 per hundred The assessment of the said property Claims or Demands Against
valid August pounds in Chicago will be the base under the said certificate issued was Said Estate;
X became
Red Stamps-
in the of R. L. Lowe.
name You, and each of ,
: 22; Y became valid August ,29; price in the new regulation, although Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -. notified ,and required you to present are hereby any Johnson's Fish CampNear
:Z became valid September 5. All ex- the ceiling price at Moultrie, according to law, the property claims and demands which Yoor
, Georgia, the key market for Flor- described therein will be sold to the either of 'you, may have against the ( Hurricane Gate)
pire October 2nd. highest bidder at the court house dooron i estate of George Willis Tyson, Jr., deceased -
Brown Stamps (Book 3)-A be- ida and Georgia, is $14.35 per hun- the first :Monday in the month of I late of Hendry County, :Florida, Cleiriston, Fla.
be- dred. I October, 1943, which is the 4th day of to the Hon. R. M. Harris, County Judge Boats and Motors-Guide Service
valid September 12; B
came October 1943. I of Hendry County; and file the same
comes valid September 19) ; expire Dated this 3rd day of ; in his office in the County Court- Rates Reasonable
1943. house in Hendry County, Florida, W. H. Johnson
'October 2. To Plan Air Service 1 (SEAL) WILLIAM T. september'l I, within eight calendar months from Mcjr.
Sugar Stamp No. 14-Five pounds, Clerk of Circuit I the date of the first 'publication here-
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expires For Whole NationMIAMI
Sugar Stamps No, 15 and 16 II" ""-

Each good for five pounds for can-

ning purposes; good until October Sept. 22FNSAirminded -

31; I, Floridians, concerned with
Shoe Stamp No. 18-Good until '
aviation development in this state I

October A-6 Gas 31.Coupons-Good until No- after the war, are expected to participate -! Clearance Sa Ie !

\ember 21.DeadlineSeptember. I in the investigation of the j
30- Last Civil Aeronautics Board scheduled

day for second tire inspection 'for to be held in Washington, September -,

\ .A book holde 's. 28. I

-- The Board, at that time, will con'
Down Payments Reduced
sider plans to extend the nation'sair
.'. The OPA has amended its rent
service beyond the "big city"system
regulations to permit bona fide purchases -
to thousands of :small com-
of houses with a down payment IThJ4
Ad5
munities through local, pick-up feeder '
of 20 per cent instead of the : lines. I : ;

previous 33 1-3 per cent required. I "
"The time has now came to plan
Tenants continue to be protected
Tinder the requirement of a three I air service for the whole nation,"
CAB chairman L. Welch Pogue said. '
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eviction in
months' ,notice before;>> '
4 f .4 1
defense areas, however. "Our goal is to have routes, opera

Originally, the requirement of a tors and suitable aircraft in readi-

substantial down payment by a purchaser ness when the war ends releasing -
several million aviation-trained men I'
"phony"sales
was made to prevent -
where houses might be boughtfor from the armed services.'

a small clown payment and for Both the Eastern Airlines and ,, S

,monthly payments far in excess of Ntional Airlines, now operating in

legal monthly rent. It was also Florida, plan extensions in their :
I. 1 aimed at preventing tenants from operating systems; while other air- : Sri [ cz x'Lt't j1 ;

being forced to buy under threat. of lines are looking eagerly lo \ this a

eviction. territory for after-the-war business. .
Feeder lines connecting with big

Laundry Service Change I city routes are expected to spring up) .:ia ; 1IIt1IIJJlTh( I \ 4'S

A list of ,"frills"which laundries, like mushrooms after the war. -
I
"dry cleaners and linen supply establishments -

may eliminate without a
reduction in their retail prices was One battle won does not wina Yes! A reduction of $10.07 on each piece

announced today by the Office of war. We've got tougher aS

Price Administration. times ahead.
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To consumers, it means that such ,

'"frills" parts of a laundry serviceas Buy More, "I '

the following may be discontinued AJm <;.' ;'! $59.95 $49.88
Regularly '
War Bonds .t), -
: starching for wearing apparel For Freedom's Sole, .. .,..
or shirts; the use of shirt boards, '; 6F1!... .

-shirt envelopes, cellophane wrappings l ; : 1 Regularly $64.95 54.88
; ,
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and tissue box linings; re- .. .. !
:touching of flatwork; and sewing of NOTICE OF APPLICATION, .
TAX DEED < ; $69.95
Regularly $59.88
buttons on underwear and pajamas. (Senate Bill No. 1G.5) t?,., .;" !, "o'

'"t,; ,
:More: Fruit for PreservingThe /
< NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ThatA. ,
amount. of frozen and"other L. Reese, holder of Tax Certificate. .' 1/..
No. 251, issued the 1st day of September -
S processed> fruits which may be used A. D. 1941, has filed same in my ,

for the production of jams; jellies, office tax deed and to has be made issued application thereon. for Said a Now is the time to buy that daveno or sofa bed you've been wanting! Searsis ,

preserves, and fruit butters has been certificate embraces the following described -
having'a'clearance-with actual saving of $10.07 each All
on have fine
an one.
increased by the OPA as a part of a property in the County of
1 program to provide' increased fruit Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: quality coverings-some velours, some tapestry, and some in novelty coverings. Three

..' spreads supplement butter. It isl I ;W% of EVi of SW% South of 9
Jo Mile Canal, Sec. 12, Twp. 43 S", money-saving price: groups to choose from-each of a quality that has made Sears
., intended to encourage the consumption Rge 33 E.
., ; .. of bread. / the nation's furniture headquarters., See them at Sears Fort Myers Store Today !
,0 The assessment of the said property
under the said certificate issued was+
, .. Ceiling Prices On Grapes in the name of Alma I"\ Yetter. I
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
Fixed markup: which grocers according to law, the property I' 'I -
will apply to determine top legal described therein will be sold to the i : ( : i t
.5 I i.
1111 fc 111 I iHHMJ
highest bidder at the court house dooron I l ; : :
prices for grapes and apples were the first Monday in the' month of : :
.
announced today by the Office of October, 1943 which is the 1th day of -
October, 1943. l
Price Administration. The mark- this' 3rd day of September,
19P3ted 1000 FIRST STREET FORT MYERS FLA.
up for /grapes, is 40 per cent over ,

net costs and that for apples is 33 (SEAL) WILLIAM T., HULL.
per cent.. The mark-up for grapes Clerk of Circuit Court of Store Hours: 9 to 6 ,Saturday 9 to 9 Phone 901-902
Hendry County, Florida.
, 1s expected to result in a decrease Sept. 3, 10, 17, ,24,





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drive. acceptable as bank collateral.Redeemable at par and'accrued
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FRIDAY, SEPTEIBER 24, kiss THE CLEAV1STON NEWS I PAGE SEVEN

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1 'G. E. Wenzloff. who recently >* w***********.i!I Minister At Community get away from the salt water courier

moved from Clewiston to Zellwood' try. This section is said to be adapted -

is reported as improving from a Church Sunday Morning to the growth of these particular

[ Personals ] serious major operation performedin With / bulbs and their growth will be observed
the Orlando hos'pital ''Frida '. His with keen
The Rev. Mr., Giffins of Fort Lau- interest.
i condition is reported excellent. The acreage planted 'to
.. derdale, retired Presbyterian min- bulbs [launder
I I j will be at the Community tileage\ underground irriga
Mrs. J. E, Beardsley is spending j' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey entertained Our Bays I\ for the morning services tion.

) several days in Sarasota, this, week. I with a dinner party prior: to I i All are invited to the ser- "-
the RAt dnace Saturday evening. I vice. .
FOR SALE
Oil
Miss Nancy Dillard spent the i Their guests were Mrs. J. V. Francis, inthe stove..

week, end in Miami 'j j Miss Renee Wethington, Laura Gladioli Bulbs And Good condition. Built-.
: Bailey, and Cadets Ginger Morris,

C. G. Lewis spent Saturday in i I Sam Brown ,and George Craven. t in oven. Inquire Gulf
Lilies Planted
Being
i Service
Fort Myers on business. ,
I =: Service Station.
.... George E. Crow who recently !I I Itp.

Miss Nettie Pearl Rigsby spent I resigned his position with the United Fifty acres' in gladioli bulbs and.

Sunday in Okeechobee visiting her States Sugar Corporation,, leftover i lilies has been planted by Rex ,

parents ( the weeK end for Jefferson City, .... ........ ......................... I
: :-: : : : :-: : : : : : : : : : : : :.:..:..:..:..:..: Beach at the Goober Farms on highway j. IVL
Missouri. Mrs. Crow their COUSE
and
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; 25 at Fort Denaud, and are now
Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn is spending aweek's i daughter, Billie Sue, will join him
I under: cultivation. This still leaves
: Joel P. Keen, former agriculture e Counselor and Attorney at law
in ',
vacation with relatives after he is able to find a house for acr'eage
large this place
Cocoa. I} them. / j teacher in the local high school, has)is on which Hopkins Building
i iI ( can be planted in vegetables. .
{. been promoted to the rank of Captain Wednesdays and Saturdays
I --- Those in :charge said that' Mr. ;
Mr.', and Mrs. A. 0. Oliver and (; DOXXA GAYLE MARTIN'S 2.M m in the Army Axir Forces. Captain -| Beach's desire to raise bulbs in the 0:90. to 4:00

baby: son, James Arnold, spent Friday ,: BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED Keen arrived in England w'iththe upper Caloosahatchee valley was to )

in Fort Myers. f first flying fortress group>> over a I

I I'I Mrs. W. N. Martin entertained year ago. He was one of the first I ---- -----

Mr. and 1Irs.V.. E. Bolton and with a children's and mothers partyat fifty, Americans to attend the R.A.F. i '

daughter, Nancy, were in Miami' 011 I 1 ] her home in celebration of the Flying*Control School and receive a

business Thursday. second birthday of her daughter, certificate from' the R.A.F. as a
'
/ Donna Gayle. I qualified flying control officer. t. '9yti'yfo-:- a. t{RjirjwifJi ao' d X.. iLt7iY i <'f

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden The children enjoyed games f indoors Captain Keen is the son of Mr. and \\noif
and Paul, spent Sun- >
and sons, Kay and were served with ice M rs. A. M. Keen of St. Cloud andI

day in Okeechobee. 'i cream and birthday cake. A pink I|I I is a graduate of the University of ,'}'Wy: ;+ciiPubb 1$. ir3'of k H vy >Y
60
\ I and white color scheme was carried Florida, class of 1940. He taughtin cant ,, f, L. Guthrie is expected to | y
Mrs. R. !
I Clewiston
out. the following :year and
arrive today from her home in Nashville I The guest list included was married to Miss Anne Gollnick

Ga., for a visit.Mr Martha'I''I'I''of Vero '
Jean Nowling, Jennings l Beach. They have one BuyWar

I riet 'Magill Bonnie Faye Durrence, {I child, a son. Mrs. Keen and the
Curtis Thompsonare
and Mrs.
visiting Billie Sue'Crow, Alice and Elbert iI I baby are in Vero Beach with her '
spending two weeks ,
Bends
Gericke, lfargeryVarren and Gid parents. x r f
relatives in Bradenton. I
) I Brown, Barbara Vann, Lamar Mc- e ,

Mrs.* E. J. Casper- and daughter I Lendon, Helen Prewitt, Boyd Vor- L. R. Brantley, who has spent sometime kkI: ::

Betty Lou, and Mrs W. C. Nall spent hees I John and Georgia Weetman, here with his parents, Mr.; and "

Thursday in Moore Haven. Ronnie and Janet Wylie, Penny Mrs. V. T. Brantley, left this week

Brower, Christine Hutson, Mary for New York to report to the Navy d' rz,

Mrs Paul Rennolds, and children Catherine and Judy Francis, Margaret I for a new assignment. Leroy was a I

of LaBelle visited Wednesday with Louise Cato, Linda and JaneLee j member of the crew of the sub-chaser M1Y .

Mr. and Mrs. James Rider. Martha Christine Hare; Glenda ,which was sunk in the Mediterranean I] a

Sue Etherton and' Shirley Benbow. in early June. All but five of'

Mr. and Mrs C. E. Miner and the crew members escaped from the ("4.S 44

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson were business I Brantley-Kowanetz: sinking vessel and reached safety.I ILeroy'

'visitors in :Miami Thursday.Mrs. was in the water more than I

an hour before a rescue vessel picked -

Gertrude Hand spent Sat Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Brantley announce them up. t

urday in LaBelle ,visiting her daugh- the engagement and approaching Leroy has been in the Navy for ..

ter, Mrs L. M. Jennings. marriage of their daughter nearly two years and has been -
to machinist mate, second promoted Open a savings account,keep ft growing

Mrs. I. O. Bishop of Fort Pierceis Juanita, class. I

the guest of her sisters, Mrs. 'C. to s

J. Nielsen and :Mrs. L.. H. Nash. Pfc. Edward R. Kowanetzof I War Bonds &
Hager Lowe mother Buy StampsIs
I Seaford, Long Island, who is' now writing' his :
front his base in India, was braggingin .
,Mrs. Wade Hampton, of LaBelle stationed at Riddle Field as a mem-
a recent letter about, al little ruse
ber of the medical detachment.
visited Sunday with her daughter
Mrs. Martin Peers and Mr., Peers."j The marriage will take place October he has to' avoid some of the compulsory

: !(' ,." ... :, '':.''',:< -t:': 31st. ,I '- ":-:., '-':, ....; j Sam requires exercise of'...period hIs nephews. which there Uncle I .

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor left' i Wrote Hager, "I
afternoon
report ,
!)IHS. LAWRENCE IS, GIVEX I every
Wednesday for New York where they I SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY : for the ]hour, of baseball, which'I

will be during a two weeks' vacation. '|I i we are all requ rec1'to play, and then

'shortly slip back ,to the barracks for
i
Mrs. W. I. Lawson and daughter 'I Mrs. A. W.: Sias and Mrs. Urey'ia rest and a good snooze or readinga

Barbara, are spending a few days i n[ ;|! Waldron were hostesses at a sun- ,{ good book. I. never play the full

Miami with Mrs.. Lawson's parents. ;' prise birthday party for. :firs A. _W. I!period, thirty minutes is my' longest
Lawrence at the Sias home Thursday "
-- ;thus far. At the bottom of the letter
1
'L. M. Raulerson visited his uncle night. A fried chicken dinner was a postscript NOT in __ _. ., .._. .. __ __ u", q__, __, .. .. ....
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon i| was served by the two hostesses. j handwriting: "Dear Madam Hager's'l "H" _ . n_ _,__ __ -- J. ; .. -_ .- __ ,
Guests included
Mrs. Lawrence
Raulerson in Miami over the week after, your son will play
|( Mr. and Mrs. L.
L. Lowe and son,
end one full hour every afteinoon. Respectfully
______ I Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, the Censor."

Miss :Fay Pirkle of Delray Beachis Urey Waldron and "MartyWaldron, r. # ,
Mr. and Mrs T. 11.Valdron, Mr. Hub Chevrolet
spending some time in Clewiston
| and Mrs. C. A. Thomas and Miss Art Lawrence, who volunteered
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs C. I
M." Pirkle. ?Margaret VonMach. t nearly a year ago in the Navy, and

--- was given postal duty at Pearl Harbor

BRIDGE CLUB immediately after his boot training
Mrs. Paul I. Williams is spend
has been making steady ad
ing several months in West Palm
Mrs. N. V: S. Mumford was hostess vancement the hard way ,ever since.
Beach where she has enrolled for a. Company
business I Wednesday afternoon whenher Art is'now a petty officer, second : '
course.
I bridge club held its regular class, the new rating having become ,. ;: i it
1!'i effective September first.
meeting. First prize was won by; Congratulations .
Mrs. Clarice Carlisle was in Fort ;Mrs. H. A. Bestor, and second b y on that new stripe, Ar ,
. Myers yesterday visiting Mrs. Adolph] j] Mrs.; Otto Larsen. After almost a year there Art still ;

Driggers and baby' at the' Lee :Me-1' Mrs. Mumford served fruit salad says, Hawaii is a beautiful place and r

morial Hospital.: 1 J'I to Mrs. Bestor, -1\lrs. Larsen, Mrs. he likes it. When the war is over Into Its New .
: Moving
, .. ---- I(I Harry Vaughn, Mrs: R. C. Wilson, he wants to take Jewel out to seethe '; '

: Mr. and .Mrs. Adolph' Driggers are ;:!: Dins C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. W. C. Owen1nIMrs. sights: 1 : :..
; parents, of 'a baby son, who was bor I|[ F., D. I e.; \ '"" '
Duff
, and Mrs, F. E ,
In Fort the Myers Lee Wednesday Memorial .Hospital] i in. Conkling. Robert Xe1 y'af1tIle U. S. Naval I : "'.,, : Home In The ,:. ,

i Base at Mayport, has been
I IMrs. i' promoted;: I
'
: FIRST BAPTIST CHUROH to ,Petty Officer, 1st class, the -
,
hro
E. W. Durst and Mrs. E. O. i I
j
Ward have returned from 'a tweeks' 'I I, H.. C.Ieador: \ I II Pastor motion being effective, as of Septemher -! ,

: I(I t 1. Robert's duties are in the
vacation with Mr, Durst lt- "
.' Sunday School 9:45 :supply] room, or warehouse,
what
: a. m. ( or
Signal Mountain. Tennessee
'I I. Morning Worship-11:00 a. in. I ever name the Navy has for it. At Baker Building
-
t' Training U1ion-7:15; p.. m. ; any rate, the supply room stocks i
'I
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Mrs Gilbert Davis and'Mrs. Howard -, .'
Evening Worship > |everything needed carried
:GO ptu. OK; on the
McNeece of Delray Beach spent I| naval vessels frorir
PROMOTION DAY will pure drinking
be held In .
the week end here visiting their
[ water
: to deisel engines. It's.a
our church very
program this Sunday. '
sister Mrs. Sinclair
Knight.' This is a great time, in the 'lives of !'i varied stock and one needs to be a .

i our boys and girls and combination of merchants to be familiar ,
as parentsjand The
Week Of
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens has returned friends should I, with it. ,'.' During '
we be
there to
from a five day trip to Atlanta, '
t s
help them enjoy it. ,We s -
where she attended the spring style should have I i .
Show: and bought her spring stock. an overflowing house at all servicesSunday. I Lawrence Guthrie one of Clew-j 27th .

. ,/ We extend to you a Very iston's youngest sailors, is on a subs -' September ;

Dr. C. E. Weaver of LaBelle WIn cordial invitation to ,be with i i chaser somewhere in Pacific water/' .> ; /,

Clewiston Tuesday, and attendedthe throughout the day. j He has been across the ocean, for a I I '. _- ; J
There'will be a combined handkerchief I 'rl" "
nee purchased
first meeting of the Parent- j and mailed: :
Teacher Association and the teachers ing of the circles of the W. M. S. at I II | by him in the Hawaiian islands has I.;'

reception the church Tuesday at 2:30 p. in. j leached,his mother. .
, ". Tuesday evening. I The book "How to Pray," by R. A. e. s I t

Torrey will he taught by Mrs.: H. C. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lon moving Lt. Gene Goodbread, ,who was ;: .
Getz
are Meador.
All '
members of the '.
circles
this week heard from .in Grand Island, lat'l \ '
to Arcadia to resi de. are urged to ,attend this important t.
-
Mr., Getz, who has been connected study. braska, has safely reached one

with Riddle Mc-Kay here is being I On Wednesday we will resume- the the combat zones. Message of his LEO CLIFTON WILL BE IN CHARGE
safe arrival
transferred to the was received by his wife,
new location. studies in the Book of Ephesians. A I
. the'1former' Lucile Farabee of La-
very important portion Is to be studies ,
l' Sergeant and Mrs. Hub Spooner .this week and it is hoped that Belle. OF SERVICE AND REPAIRS AND
arrived the -------- -
latter part of the week
we will have the largest crowd in
I from Palm Springs, California, Sgt. i attendance. Join others in
reading ary of the W. M-S. will meet at
Spooner has been MRS. PEARL STEPHENS IN
. stationed in the I the Book of Ephensians through by the
' Desert church Thursday at 3:30 to observe
01 l Training Center for several Wednesday night and ,
I come enjoy the State Mission
day of
weeks and Mrs. Spooner was at, this mid-week ser jfe. This time er. All young people are requestedto pray CHARGE OF THE OFFICE.
nearby Palm Springs.
1 Sgt. Spoon I wiJI be 8 p. m. Brabg your friends come.. The day of prayer offering -
had fifteen
days leave ,
and during Choir
practice will
I be held justin
will be taken
at this meeting
his
time
here visited relatives after I.I.I
Pahokee and Belle Glade. I prayer meeting. j "When God has great works to .
j -
I The Sunbeams and dirt's Auxili- do, Faith gets the contract." -' "
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Pope Pius XII was completely Two Schools Offer Prescription for Post-War News Reporter. sun songs

cooperative with the Allies the first All winter ''In

time Rome was bombed, but not the Depression In Pamphlet Entitled 'The New York looks like a movie set, hei.rt.rtl'cS'1 my
second time. Inside fact is that he .
after London. Years of clothes rationing -
American Midcontinent and the Peace/ c'
called in Harold Tittman, :- ks have made British civiliansa
charge d'affaires to the Vati-:
little shabby. I thought Brit-

can, and protested in the strongest ain's women did a wonderful job of

language. He gave Tittman a'scorch I By BAUKHAGENews keeping '''themselves attractive on 0
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ing' scolding. Analyst and Commentator. coupons, but the bright colors of e ;
Reason for the Pope's ire was '
Miss and Mrs. New Yorker's clothes
that August 11, Tittman had< Building are fairly simple-maintenance of WNU Features.
on WNU Service, Union Trust made me blink. With one clothing !
informed him that Rome could be Washington' C. the same type of specialization now coupon in England, a man can buy
recognized as an open city by the< going on. The plan for Europe is;
Out of the part of the world farth- two handkerchiefs or one necktie or
unilateral declaration of Italy. '. more complicated but since the
and one-fourth of suit. AT"austerity"
est from the fighting, literally a a bathing
As a result, the Pope understoodthat figuratively, has come an interest- question of whether the people of suit costs more than a CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
city and western eat at all for the<
Rome was an open Europe
ing international prescription for the half: year's coupon allowance.
informed next few depends largely 01
apparently so Marshal head- years,
of the world's post-war
Badoglio.' The Pope was acting as cure that what Russia, the, United States and<
ache-the spell of depression Britain's blitz but
days are over
intermediary for the Italian Govern- the other grain producing countries;
have to be ready for. London still hears the siren FEATHERS
we some- WANTED
I be able to
ment. Both he and Badoglio, there- do, these countries may
summarized in a times two three times, a week.
The formula is countries to or
fore apparently rested on Tittman'sassurances' get western European < .
,
and considered Romean 43-page pamphlet that I wish every- do what we want. In London, it's never practice. The it Cr A I ERS OLD PrJcf's.; 'U HEW-WAMTID.TO Years Sattsfa.et)17
one could read. The title is "The Germans have 't sent real bombing I Dealing'Skip Erpmt or Wnlt
open city. According to the Midcontinent PILLOW MFC.CO..2219 Cole Street SL Lott,Me.
The London for time
Midcontinent and the Peace. planes over a long ,,
That was why the Pope was so planners, an arrangement should be
brown embel- only fighter bombers. They
indignant when, 'despite his earlier cover is an earthy made whereby western Europe fora : are
of golden to avoid the defend- Business
conversation with Tittman, Rome lished with alternating rows 15 yearswouldabsorb speedy enough OpportunityATTENTION
period-perhaps
grain sheaves, fat porkers and ing fighters a fair proportion of the
was bombed again. our surplus wheat, pork, Retired Ministers and
time. Their bombs and
cause pain
Whether the State Department trucks.It lard and other farm products. Pro- Teachers. $25.00 will open a pleasant business -
but don't slow British in line with
the misery war your We-work. that
failed to communicate Tittman'smessage is report made jointly by would should
duction of these products .be< pay you $2,500 yearly. Full particu-
Eisenhower in Universities of Minnesota and Mani- production. Heavy RAF bombers lars on request. -
to General and :
stopped in western Europe resources A. A. CO. .r. .
visit Fordham*
which
order to head off the second bomb- toba. It has nothing 'to do with departments saved would be'put' to efficient frequently Germany car-

ing was* something on which State of state, it has no,official use. The producing countries! ry bombs that weigh 8,000 pounds.
I That is heavier than\ the German
Department officials declined to status beyond the fact that the would assist in reorganizing Euro- LILIES
that attack
comment. American and Canadian governors I pean agriculture to this changeover. fighter-bombers Britain. J Different miles, and 10 Easter Limes

However, one explanation prob- asked their respective state univer- : The producing countries would also< $2.00; or 8 beautiful Amaryllis. 10 Easter!

ably was that a city cannot be : sities to do the job. It is a splendid'downtobrasstacks agree to reduce certain tariffs so< The first American soldiers to ar-. $2.00. This ,week only. Signor Dover Fla.
of the rive in the British Isles in this
declared "open" by a unilateral example that the Europeans can pay for the war

declaration. Neutral observers must recognition of the common interestsof agricultural products they absorb landed in Northern Ireland. The Actions by Chance

enter the city and definitely ascertain two important areas lying on opposite with goods they can make. (Of secret was so well kept that most of Although men pride themselveson

that troops, munitions works, sides of an international course, there is the tough spot.) the Irishmen who saw the troops their great actions' these are

airfields, and government offices boundary line. As for changeovers in agriculture, didn't know who they were at first. often ,the result, not of any great

have been removed. The gist of the report is this: it is pointed out that they are not Especially as they didn't look much design, but of chance.

This had not been done' followingTittman's I. Western Europe must arrange the like the Americans the Irish people
Minnesota
once great-
first conversation with the greatly to increase its imports of new.est wheat producing was state in the have grown used to seeing at "the

Pope, and that was why General wheat, lard and pork after the war. latest film at the'cinema.." ''Some of YOU looks better groomed with

Eisenhower bombed Rome again. II. Canada and the United States country. That is no longer true. the Americans evened the score;; __ ___ MorolineHaLrToiiicKeep3HAiK
in- ,
"Mixed farming" has greatly unruly hair in place.
must reorganize their automobile- they didn't know where they were.
creased. Diversified farming rose in veGives lustre. Big bottle
PRIORITY OF DANGER producing industries so that a maxi- Denmark and improved the standard ALWAYS. u only,25c. Sold everywhere.
Behind the closed doors' of the mum employment in Canadian fac- The British have been very kindto
of her people-these changes come
OCD in Washington. .plans for the tories can be maintained; cost of about automatically because the new the American soldiers, although

civilian' defense :of the ,country are I autos be'reduced to Canadian buy- introduced better. Similar rationing leaves them little with Everybody FingerprintedThe

being revised. The' new plans take ers and American car output in- type changes, it is pays implied, could be which to be kind. But courtesy and only American state or territory -

into account the decreasing likeli- creased.III. about ukase too. hospitality are not rationed. It's a in'which every person has
brought by
hood of attack, and the growing Agriculture in the prairie real treat for an American corre- been fingerprinted is Hawaii.

public indifference to black-outs and provinces of Canada and the central Unfortunately, space does not per- spondent in Britain to have lunch at
northwest United States must con- mit a detailed review of this report
bomb shelters. a U. S. Army camp. Strange how
War chiefs insist the danger of tinue along the lines of agricul- but quite as important as its actual that Army food is improved by the DON'T LET

attack has not passed, but they tural specialization developed out of content are the forces which initiated simple trick of eating it 3,000 miles
it in the first it brings to CONSTIPATION'SLOW
admit there is no point, in whippingup necessity during the war. place, from home. And eating it after
the mutual inter-
the public tc a frenzy of fear, our consciousness some months of eating boiled brigs" YOU UP
The ConnectionNow
ests of this country and our northern
especially in the safer areas. sels sprouts, boiled potatoes (boiling O When bowels are sluggish and you

They have now divided the country at first glance, the connec- neighbor which are plain to any doesn't require precious grease). feel irritable, headachy, do as million

roughly into three zones, with the tion between these steps may not American familiar with Canada and And sausages that are 37% per cent '|do-chew FEEN-A-MINT the modern

following "priority of danger"- be evident, but the report makes her people but which many in both meat-no more, by law. 'chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew

1. Pacific Coast, 2. Atlantic Coast, the whole effort clear and also countries ignore. Again, it shows' taking FEEN-A-MINT only in accordance before you with go package to bed
how in. two separate countries -
3. Interior areas. shows how the program can be.car- groups Note on American influence in directions-sleep without being dis-

The coastal areas are 200 miles ried out. There is nothing new or can get together and work out Britain A British tabloid turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough .

deep, so that everything 200 miles revolutionary in the methods discussed steps mutually beneficial and like- : newspa- relief, helping you feel swell again. Try '
this advice in column
per printed a is
wise advantageous to the whole FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, handy
inland is "interior" and relativelysafe. nor in the reasoning con- of "Some of have been economical.
of recipes: you and generous family supplyFEENAMINT
world. The most important thing
.. The Pacific coast is regarded cerning their results, but a striking growing corn (maize), and now you cosy
all however is the emphasis on the
as more dangerous than the Atlantic, assemblage of data gathered and it for delicious dish which
can use a
because the both in such that it fact that domestic problems are frequently 10*
Japs are uncontrolled arranged a manner will make a real change for you.
international
and unpredictable.When offers what to be a logical problems.
appears Remove the green leaves. Put the
the revision is finally ironed program of action. corn into boiling salted water, 'cover

out, public announcements will be In the first place, the report shows Diary of a Broadcaster with a lid, and boil gently until soft. Giant's CausewayThe

made, and there will be a general how domestic economic policiesthe Let me tell you of another crazy To test when cooked: squeeze a grain Giant's Causeway is a

relaxation of defense activities. But ( ones I briefly summarized in rumor story that I heard today. It with your fingers. To serve: should basaltic rock formation in Ireland.

OCD will insist that the minimum the three points above) are, in fact, is so old that it has whiskers but the corn be too long for your vege-

measures of protection shall be international policies. It demon- people up and down this land are table dish ,with a lid, wrap it in a

ready for the siren. strates' with figures and explanation listening and believing it. napkin, put on a plate or dish, and ;fO rHECK ft JAIN
Decision to relax the
programwas that "sound and strong internal A reliable, otherwise hardheadedman serve at once. Spread, a very little :

difficult for OCD, since it economies in Canada and the United told me that an acquaintanceof margarine along the cobs, take both \IF' DAYS

meant a scaling down of personnel, States" must have "resoundingly his' wife had a friend or relative ends in your hands and gnaw the .

and a loss of jobs throughout the. important effects on the external who had a letter from her boy, a grains off. It is good fun." 1>.. 1taLe

organization. world." prisoner in Japan. The boy said

Examples offered to prove this include that he was being well treated and Movies and theaters are doing a f
AIR FORCE DUPLICATION for Malarial Symptoms.
the.figures which show how then made a reference to his stamp big business, and there always Liquid
Advocates' air force
a single the rise and fall of demand in Can- collection.He seems to be 'a "busker" available to

point to the manpower saving that ada and the United States affected had none, so the remark got entertain those who stand in line Genius Can Rust
might be accomplished right under
the noses of the Chiefs, of Staff, if. other parts of the world up to and the people to thinking-they repeated waiting for the doors to open. Thea- Genius, like humanity, rusts for

army air forces and naval aviation after the depression hit us in 1929. it "then the FBI or somebody* ters start usually at 6 p. m. so that want of use.

were' combined.On In less than three decades, imports took the letter, steamed off the playgoers can get home early, in

in the United States of ten stamp, and under it was written- case there is a "spot of bother."

the edge of Washington, separated different commodities increased Well, before the man finished tell- British reactions to certain scenesin ( OF
the Potomac river
only by
are the army's Bowling Field and, from 300 to 1,700 million dollars ing it, 'I said: "I know what vas featured American pictures are S KNIRRITATIONS

worth. Take silk: the yearly aver- under .it-They've cut my tongueout. interesting. For instance, in "Ma-
the navy's air base at Anacostia. blackheads), and
Both fields are equipped with age importation of silk bought by the ." I jor and the Minor," when Ginger acne ugly pimples broken-out, bumps skin.( Millions relieve

manyof United States from 1901-05 amounted How did I guess? Well, I heard Rogers broke an egg on Robert miserieswith simple home treatment.
the same facilities and those
facilities are manned, by forces to 45 million dollars. In 1929, that story a dozen times in the last Benchley's forehead; groans went up healing Goes to work works at the once.antiseptic Direct action way. aids Use

it had jumped ,to 432 million dol- World war. from the 'British audience all over Black and White Ointment only as di

which duplicate each other. lars. But when the depression But to make sure, I made a few the house. But in "Sullivan's Travels Tected.1Oc.25c.60c sizes.25 years S3T Vital success.In
Each guarantee.
field has its own radio tower .Money-back
struck, it fell to 114 million dollarsin inquiries, simply to check the pro- ," when Joel sniffs a frying pan cleansing la Rood soap. Enjoy famous
and radio staff each has its
; sepa- 1932. cedure. In the first place, prisonersof containing five beautiful eggs, there (Black and White Skin Soap dally.
rate communication staff its
own The total imports of the ten com- war don't use stamps. They can't were no groans. The entire audi-
meteorological bureau and staff its
modities dropped from 1,718 mil- write direct to their next of kin. The ence, instantly and simultaneously, "WNU-7 37--43

own. medical staff, its own supply lion to 534 million dollars-and you messages all are relayed throughthe broke into a long loud sigh: "O-o-o-
depot-and a dozen other services
can imagine what happened in the International Red Cross anyhow. o-o-oh."
required at a big air field.A .
producing countries when these Before we got into the last war. I
air
single force, combining both
army and navy, would do away with markets disappeared.One was sitting on top of a Fifth avenue In one rural area, U. S. troops who

this duplication both of equipment interesting point brought out bus in New York, reading an articleby had built themselves a small movie

and personnel.7 is that in this period of expandingtrade David Lawrence, which reportedhow theater invited the local townsfolk Help Them Cleanse the Blood

(both import and export) in the department of justice had to join ,them in watching the pictures of Harmful Body Waste

ARMY RED TAPE which Canada and the United States run down a story to the effect that in the long cold winter eve- Your kidneys are constantly filtering

Here is the type of ,letter which shared, the MUTUAL interests of sweaters knitted for the Red Cross nings. Some of the local people had 'waste matter sometimes from the lag blood in their stream.workdonot But
kidneys
makes red the two countries greatly IN- were sold to soldiers. The bus never seen a movie before. One 68- act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
army men see : "To
CREASED and their competitive in- stopped-a Liberty Bond orator was year-old man, much impressed by impurities that if retained, may
Commanding Officer Engrs., poison the system and upset the whole
Atlantic Beach, Fla. terests declined. making a speech-I listened. He the elegance and luxury of the home- body machinery.

was telling the same story that the made "theater," said: "Why, Symptoms may be nagging backache.
1. The following enlisted PredominantThe attacks of dizziness
man, Industry persistent headache
department of justice had run down even got a fire in there.
your organization, has violated uniform they've getting up nights, swelling, nervous
report shows how agricul- and found it had absolutely NO basis under the eyes-& feeling of
regulations: Koval, A., Private anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
First Class, 32261814 Engrs. ture has ceased to be our greatest whatever. I saw "Watch on the Rhine" in Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder .

"Soldier had his pocket unbuttoned. source of wealth, how industry has Remember this before you repeat London a couple of months ago. All too frequent are sometimes urination.burning, scanty or

Place: 115 Pablo St. Jacksonville become pre-eminent and to main- these charming fantasies. Enlist- the action takes place in Washington There should be no doubt that prompt

" tain our agriculture, a healthy condition ment in the WACS, as fine a corps and I had meant to notice treatment is wiser' than neglect. U..
Beach. Time ,,,
: 2125 (9:25 p. m.). the _?o-n'* Pill.Doa have been winning
"2. You will take the of industry mus be maintained. of American women as were ever whether the English cast spoke new friends for moro than forty yean.

necessary The old .statement is quot- gathered together, has been slowed lines with a Potomac accent. ButI ,They have a nation-wide reputation.
action to correct this situation. Are recommended by grateful peopletb.
order of Colonel LeClune. By ed: "Tell me the amount of factory down by a cheap and dirty story forgot to notice because all I could country over. Ask your mighborlWashington

payrolls and I will tell you the priceof made out of whole cloth and passed think of was that the actors con-
"Fred L.
Gassman, CWO, meat and butter." from one drooling lascivious mouthto stantly left the door open, spoilingthe '
144th Inf. ,
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HOUSEHOLD Of The Moody Bible Institute of ChIcago: The Questions 7. The king of what country was
Released by Western Newspaper Union.) killed while mountain
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1934?
Capitol in Washington, D. ,C.?
: Lesson for September 26 2. What name do the Scots giveto 3. What was the city of Oslo's .
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ISRAEL'S HISTORY what? 3. Lithium.v
5. What President of the United 4. Clouds.

LESSON TEY.<:Deuteronomy 111325. States was a bachelor? 5. Buchanan. "

GOLDEN TEXT-Righteousness cxalteth a 6. Where did Alexander Graham 6. Boston, Mass.

$ 4 1r Proverbs nation; but 14:34.sin: is a reproach to any people.- Bell give the first demonstrationof 7. Belgium (Albert I).

c the telephone? 8. Christiania.

What makes a nation greet? God's

dealings with Israel answer that i I FOR
QUICK RELIW
question. The history which we J U : T 0 :
have briefly touched upon in our 2 ..MW'q"Q"q.l \ .
study of the first four books of the \

Bible is reviewed in Deuteronomy. 0. "q r A Soothing C A I WET
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Moses, realizing that the end was
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at hand for him and that a new suits for 40 years six valuable ingredients. -
generation was about ,to go into the That Settles That Get Carboil at drug stores or writ*
Spurlock Neal
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promised land, reviewed the historyof Son-What's an infant prodigy?

the people, restated their laws, Pop-It's a boy of about your

5 and renewed the appeal of God age, who doesn't need to ask ques-
for their loyal obedience. This rec- tions. NOTICE JFYOU SUFFERINGwith ARE

ord is found in the Book of Deuteron-
Arthritis or Rheumatic pains
omy, from which our lesson is taken. "I'm going to change my tailor.

We find here that the nation whichis He reads too much," complainedPete. SOMETHING. write for FREE CAN BE DONE

i "" """ ,,, yy _,"__m..._",__,_, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,_ truly greatI. "Every time he writes me HINSON'S INSTITUTEDr. information to

Put Nutrition in That Lunch Box Worships the True God (vv. he begins-'On going through my W. Cullen Squtcr,Medical Dinetor
13-15). books-'." 208 N. 10th St. Rlchmmd.lad.
(See Recipes Below)
There is a fundameptal factor

Let's Pack a LunchDo which must underlie all real national The Craze
Lunch Box Menu greatness-love of God. This has Soldier (finding wasp in soup).-

realize as your children Cream of Tomato Soup an inseparable corollaryservingHim What's this? V
you Crackers you
once again begin the trek back to Ham Salad on Whole Wheat Bread "with" all your heart and allyourr Cook-Vitamin bee. M01 ;teri

school with their lunch boxes that soul.
Salad White
those mid-day meals should carry a Chopped Egg Bread on; Says the wise man of Proverbs Not This Fellow ,t1 .:

third of the day's calories in them? Carrot (14:34), "Righteousness: exalteth a Mother (anxiously-What made IpOCU *10, .1tG \
Strips GY
Lunches that are a biteandrunexcuse Fresh Cookieston nation; but sin is a reproach to 'any you stay so,late? Have a flat tire? ,...
for a meal will not give chil- Apple, people." We have well-nigh forgotten Daughter (dreamily-No, mother -

I dren or-workers that fact. We need to be reminded I'd hardly call 'him that.

nourishment from Brown bread. of it again in God's word to 1r ,

I which they are to Peanut butter .or ground peanuts Israel. On the Chart

draw the pep and with chopped figs, dates or prunes, What is the result? The blessingof Eye Doctor-Can you read the fourth f

energy, vim and mayonnaise or cream to moisten on God upon the land, the giving of line on the chart?

vigor they needto white bread. abundant harvest, in fact, the open- ,Patient-Sure. Why that's where my "
Ground dried beef with pickle and father was born.
do their bestday's handed generosity of God. I
mayonnaise to moisten on ...
work. Their rye ..
bread. II. Heeds God's Warning (vv. 16, "I'm so relieved," reported the

to these days.than loads are heavier before : Meat or sardines in thick white 17)., girl on the drill press to her com- 9 You can't, see legume bacteria.' lEt i, :',
and carry it behooves homemakerto ever sauce on white bread or bun. This 'is the negative '''side. God panion; "I've just found out that you could, you wouldn't know whether, '
every Ground ham and carrots with sour dealt 'with; Israel through promises those funny lumps on my ,arms they were good or bad. But there is oa.' r '
bean her, toes to put in the box the, .
cream dressing on buttered rYe' if they were faithful, and the threatof are muscles." sure way to get plenty of good and I ,
best lunch she can pack.
very judgment they forgot Him. effective inoculating bacteria justl
Packing the lunch need not take bread. ask for NITRAGIN when you buy.!
Cooked liver liver One is as important the otherin If you were to the first bugle '
undue time or,effort. Assemble the or. sausage, as say NITRAGIN is the oldest and most
equipment needed for packing a mashed or ground fine with fried the Reading of a nation-and in call of the day in the Army is widely used legume inoculant. For over'

lunch "at 'one convenient. spot, and onion, minced, chili sauce on whole the rearing of children. We, like ,"Reveille"-you'd be wrong. It's forty years, farmers have used it to,,
then you can get right to work withit wheat, rye or pumpernickel bread. our heavenly Father; 'should faith- "First Call." But you probably "get bigger yields of legumes and build' -"

as soon as you'ye put breakfaston Chopped carrots, raisins, and nuts, fully keep ,every promise; but we know what cigarette gets first call soil fertility. It costs only a few centsan

the table. Keep staples on handto moistened with mayonnaise, on should just as surely fulfill every with Army men-it's Camel. And acre but frequently boosts yields of
simplify the lunch-making prob- white or'oatmeal bread. warning of coming judgment. Camel is the favorite with men in vetch, winter peas, clovers, alfalfa, soy
I beans and other legumes up to 50%
lem. This should include such thingsas Oatmeal Bread. i America has seen'the handwritingof all branches of theservice-Navy, and more. Get NITRAGIN where you
crackers and (Makes 2 large loaves) God Marines, Coast Guard, too. (Basedon
cookies, cheese, in warning concerning its buy your seed. Look for the yellow can
milk, eggs, peanut butter, beans, 2 cups oatmeal, uncooked, I waywardness and sin. Will it heed actual sales records from service with 'the.,tradename NITRAGIN.THE .
Vz molasses men's stores.) And though U3I N. both SU Mfranfa, Wa.
salmon, sardines, dried fruits, nuts, cup I and,avoid further judgment? NITOGIN (.CO "
jelly, marm'alade, pickles and 1 teaspoon salt & there are Post-Office restrictionson
III. Honors God's Word (vv. 18, to FREEBooklets
olives. 1 tablespoon shortening packages overseas Army
Sandwiches the 1 cup ''boiling water .19) men, you can still send Camelsto '
are mainstay of
Loving God and His Word is nota
soldiers in the U. S. and to
1 milk t
cup '
lunch
the box. However as they -t_ How to
matter for theological speculation, ,, 1 grow
in the Marines and
are used so of- 1 cake yeast dissolved in men Navy, ,
or for sanctimonious discussion in better Uguraw.
wherever
Coast Guard
Vz cup lukewarm water they are.
ten the
,
vary
dark cloister. Thank
some God the -Adv. Write today.
5 flour
bread and fillingsas coning cups Christian faith is at its best in the
much Measure oatmeal, molasses, saltand
as pos-
ordinary affairs, of life. It finds its
shortening'into bowl. Add boil-
sible to avoid that
place in the tender relation-
mealtime monot- ing water and let stand 1 hour. Beatin proper
ship of parent and child. Its teachings
-
milk SHE WORKS ON
ony. Cut them in dissolved yeast and flour.
sections-they're: Let rise until doubled in bulk. Knead are pure, delightful, simple I

more attractiveand well. Turn into greased bread pans, and entirely appropriate to any occasion THUNDERBOLTSLunch /

easier to eat let rise again until double in bulk: whether one sits or rises,
Bake 15 walks or lies down. God's wordsare then a Camel for .
minutes
at 425 degrees
thatway. Wrapin then 45 minutes the words to be laid up in the SHIRLEY JORDAN,detail draftswomanatRepublicAviauonCorp.-
waxed at 375 degrees.
paper heart and in the soul, to be taughtto .,
to keep from dry r Milk Drinks. where the Army's famous; P-47 <.. {:
children to be the
our constant
L out. ,Have the fillings moist to Vary the lunch box beverage as of Thunderbolts are rolling off) the
and normal subject conversation.
keep them from being unappetizing often as possible, serving milk, hot assembly line. ?
1 and spread the bread with butter, chocolate or cocoa. For a changeof IV. Testifies for God (vv. 20721)). w

,margarine or mayonnaise to keep it menu, try an old :favorite which Here again we have the home before

moist, fresh and tasty. contains iron-molasses milk drink us. And it is, of course, the
Sandwich Fillings. made,by mixing 1 quart of milk with home which makes the nation. If the -

Chopped hardcooked'egg, pickleor 2 or 3 tablespoons molasses and a home speaks for God, the nation will '

celery, mayonnaise on oatmeal dash of nutmeg. do so, inevitably and effectively.It _

bread. Spiced milk: To 6 cups heated is obvious that the home either

Cream cheese, chopped olives on milk, add % teaspoon cinnamon, speaks for or against God. A pro- .f1trL'

white or whole wheat bread. dash of nutmeg fession of faith in Him, an outward

Cream cheese, .or cottage cheese or\mace and stir reputation for adherence to religious

with jelly and marmalade with Bos- vigorously. Add 'principles which does not vitally ..
sugar, if desired, : '
touch our dealings with one another
and hot CAMELS FOR ME
serve or l
and with the community in whichwe
cold as preferred. live-these clearly testify not for s EVERY TIME-
Lynn Says: .
Going Places? Lunches that Fruits, makewonderful God but against Him. On the other J 7
go .
places to school, to the defense des- hand, who can estimate the valueof ML> r 'THEY HAVE A
serts and add
a
plant or office should be just as 0 a sweet and orderly Christian Y GRAND TASTE
attractive as you can make 'em.A generous portionof home? Whether it be on a dusty
box is better than a bag, as it health.the day's vitamin and mineral I city street, or on a quiet country y>. <;<< AND THEY
,
will hold the food without having lane, it is a light that cannot'be hid., r '
Orange Marmalade Bread Pudding. NEVER GET MY
it. get mussed. (Serves 6) V. Counts on God for Victory (vv. ; h
Keep lunch boxes clean and air ,
22-25). THROATTHE
1
> cups dry bread crumbs
;
out. If the box has an enamel 1 cups scalded milk God promised that if Israel dili-

finish it can be washed out with 1V6 cups sugar gently kept His commandments, I Ii

soap and water. Any box can be 1 tablespoon melted butter loved Him and walked in His ways, i

aired out between lunches. kept 2 eggs, slightly beaten they,, would be a nation that would "i.ZONED
1
free from
crumbs. 1 teaspoon vanilla overcome and dispossess their ene-

Use waxed paper to keep sand- Vz cup orange marmalade mies, and prosper in every good -WHERE CIGARETTES ARE JUDGED : .

wiches fresh and moist, vegetables M teaspoon nutmeg purpose. I
crisp and fresh. A vacuum Soak bread crumbs in hot milk. God desires the nation which hon- ?,r.' "TZONE"Taste and Throat-is the proving !

bottle will keep beverages hot or When cool, add remaining ingredi- ors His name to stand before the %' -fi': ground for cigarettes. Only your taste and I

cold, soups steaming hoe Easy- ents in order given. Place in a other nations of the earth victoriousand throat can decide which cigarette .

to-pack crackers' with soup fur- buttered baking dish and set in a prosperous. tastes best to you...and ;

nish energy-give a real homey pan of,hot water. Bake In a mod- God's plans are large plans. His ?<; how it affects your throat. :

touch to the lunch. erate (350-degree) oven for 45 to 50 promises to us, like those to Israel, Based on the experience of

Try surprises often in the lunchbox minutes, or until knife inserted in are stupendous. We need to learnto millions of smokers,we be- Y

just for morale's sake. Apiece center comes out clean. Serve with take Him at His word. lieve Camels will suit your i

of favorite gum, candy or lemon sauce or cream. "No man shall be able to stand "TZONE"toa"T." r v Fw
a few nuts, an orange, sectionedand
before you" (v. 25) was the promiseto
peeled and peeling fitted over Are you having a time stretching meats Israel. "Ask what
orange to give the appearance of Write to Miss Lynn Chambers for practical ye will"John
help, at Western Newspaper Union. ( 15:7) is the promise to us.
being peeled but to keep it fresh Came 6
and moist do loads to 210 South Desplaines Street Chicago Ill. They failed because they did not believe Cj rl4 hb y'' R
t give the Don't forget to enclose a stamped, self-ad God. Will we fail for the same
school child
or worker a lift. dressed
envelope for your reply. reason?
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