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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: October 8, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 8, 1043 SUBSCRIPTION- .$
;.VOLUME 14-T-XUMBER 4;; .00 PER YEAR
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: CPL. HOMER HOWARD 1 Garden Club Sponsors I Out For Congress I 500 X-Rays Taken HereBy I SUGAR CORPORATION

State Mobile Unit
Wholesale Rose OrderThe

FIRST FROM HENDRY ,..- J JI The mobile X-ray unit of the I PURCHASE BOOSTS

I I' Clewiston Garden Club has I I state, board of health, tuberculosis I

IN ACTIONMrs. sponsored a :wholesale order for I division, visited Clewiston Mondayand BONDS OVER
r KILLED QUOTAWith
rose-bushes again this year, and Mrs. I Tuesday, offering free X-ray :

I F. Deane Duff, who is serving as services to'the citizens of the community i _

chairman reports that over 689 orders .
Laura Howard, of Feldi, ( a $500,000 purchase of war
I are already, in, and the orderis i I The unit was stationed on the i bonds, the United States
Sugar Corporation
was notified in a telegram from the held through tomOl'row -
being ; I
open school grounds Monday for the use put
Hendry County's third
War Department Tuesday afternoon S. I (Saturday) in order that every- I[ of white people. Many adults and I[war bond drive quickly over the top.

that her son, Corporal .Homer one who wishes may have oppor-,, school pupils and all teachers both I i The purchase
, Howard 28 was "killed in action was made and creditedto
tunity to send for rose bushes. i from Clewiston and LaBelle schools
I the Hendry
September 12th in the North Africanarea. This year, as in the past, the pink were Xrayed.On I the drive, but County quota early in
." far is known, Corporal announcement of it
As as
favorite
and red radiance were the !
Tuesday the unit moved to
: ;
'- I II was withheld until the close of the
is the first Hendry -
1, Howard ; varieties; Golden Dawn was the Townsite Plantation and many negroes I drive in
County boy killed in service in this favorite yellow rose, and Etoile d' o {r I were X-rayed. Over 500 X- I purchases.order to stimulate all ,possible -

war. Hollands the favorite deep red. ryyy I
; rays were made in Clewiston.
I
..
Corporal Howard was with a Other popular varieties were the n I Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Moorehouse, The Hendry County showing Is a

medical detachment of the army double white Killarny and -the Edi- of Jacksonville, were the technicians I fine one, although without the SugarCorporation's

and served in the African campaign tor McFarland, a deep pink rose. [ in .charge of the unit. The visit was purchase it would
almost from the beginning of Allied Mrs. Duff states that the rose ; tS I arranged by the Glades-Highlands have fallen far short of the $502-

occupation of that territory. He bushes are expected to arrive on ,..ird a /1 rr r Health Unit under the direction of 310.00 goal set for' it by the state
4 war bond
was still serving in that combat November 4th. 5th, or 6th. Trans- r Dr. Paul J. Coughlin of the U. S. committee.

area at the time of his death. He portation schedules will be more uncertain Public Health Service. The Clewis- C: V. Parkinson was chairman )f

had been overseas about six months. | this year than in the past, !ie it ton Parent-Teacher Association co- the drive in the county and ex-

Homer Howard spent most of his but the bushes will be shipped by operated in bringing the unit to pressed his appreciation of the fine

life in Hendry County and received express from the Texas nursery on: I Clewiston, and assisted with ac- work done here on the campaign.

his education. the schools of Felda a date that will make their probable EDGAR G. HAMILTON I quainting people with the oppor- Exact totals were not compiled from

and LaBelle and has a host of friends arrival on one of the three dyas. tunity offered and urging them to all sources, and Mr. Parkinson is

here who join his family in sorrowat The. privilege of ordering roses .it GROUP FROM RIDDLE FIELD visit the unit. out of town this week on vacation,
the wholesale price offered by the but the various selling agencies in
his death.Surviving ENLIST IN-ARMY RESERVE The X-ray films will be developed i
the soldier are his mother club was open to everyone in Clew- by the state technicians and reports I II Clewiston report the following cash "
iston and an effort was made through I sales (since the quotas
Mrs. Laura Howard, a brother, Several employees of Riddle Field of all cases which are positiveor were set on
Lt. Harry Howard, U. S. Army now other organizations to acquaint as' have recently been inducted into the I suspicious will be made to the I I, the basis of selling price, or actual
anda many people as possible with the I'I'I physician.' If had X-ray i cash raised, the figures given are on
stationed in Nashville, Tenn., Air Corps enlisted reserve. Journeying -j anyone an !that .
sister, Mrs. Mary Goff, of Rock- I yearly rose order. to Camp Blanding for, their made ,and does not hear from it, itl same basis) :
Post Office, Clewiston ....$ 7,293.75
ledge. I physical examination and subsequent will mean that the report is nega Clewiston
Federal
Two other Hendry County boys i I acceptance were McKay Driver, tive. The state board will followup & Loan Ass'n ..Savings..........$ 8,193.75First
all where there is a posi-
have been reported as missing in ED HAMILTON IS Fritz C. Beck, Marvin Harold Alt- cases Bank of Clewiston 47625.00
action has and Albert C. Lyons. tive or suspicious X-ray.
and no further message I man.
\
been received as yet concerning Julian Wayne Foreman who was I Total cash sales in

their fate. They are Edwin Dana, FIRST CANDIDATE I I inducted in the September call from PRESIDENT BITTING HERE Clewiston .......................63112.50
U. S. Navy, missing in May, and Lt. Hendry County was* accepted into
Pharis Weekly, U: S. Army Air 'I the Marine Corps Willie Andrew President Clarence R. Bitting of Riddle Field's committee reported -
Corps, missing in August IN 6TH DISTRICTEdgar Wells transferred to Wauchula and the United States Sugar Corpora- that employees of the field,

Mrs was sent from that place. His in- tion arrived last week and is spend- using the payroll savings plan, spent
Howard has the sympathy
been ing some time here at his apartmentat $4,950 for bonds during the drive.
duction papers have not yet re-
of ,friends in this section in
many G. Hamilton, West Palm turned to the home office. the Clewiston Inn. These bonds were purchased In Miami -
loss. has anxious
her She been
citrus I where checks for
Beach attorney, lawyer and the payroll are
her had not : -------------- --
". concerning son, as she grove owner, Thursday became the --- - j: drawn, but will be credited to the

heard from him in several weeks. first candidate to announce for the Hendry County quota There are

I democratic nomination for congressman Pilot Tells Of Experiences j jI other regular purchases on' the' payroll -

I from the new 6th district.Mr. savings; plan among employeesof

O.D.T. RESTRICTION Hamilton has been prominently, the A. C. L., the U. S. Engineersand

_' mentioned as .a probable candidate Ind Aleutian Combat Ze], others, whose figures will add
.
.. and lias""a,. wide acquaintance, over)'I ; .. !I I to' the HendiyX'Co nty 'total when
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ON DELIVERIES GO the district. I II II I the' bond (commlti;. \-.i-t-omplies its re '

Ed Hamilton is 33 years of age,:I Captain Coburn Moore soaking up The citation for the. Air :Medal- port. \

IN EFFECT OCT. was born in ,Abbeville, Ga., and has; Florida. sunshine on a three weeks' was read at the same ceremony although Worthy of special commendation

: 11I lived in West Palm Beach for 19 visit here with his mother, Mrs. J. the Air Medals are a new is the Womans Committee, organized

years. He has practiced law in W;, Moore, has returned from the award and none; are as yet ready for I by R. M. Bishop With, Mrs. F.

II estate and federal courts for 10 years,: Western Aleutians where he spent actual presentation. This citation Deane Duff, Mrs. N. V S. Mumfordand
Ed R. Rowland district
manager
of ODT's, division of motor transport -I and he is admitted to practice in the ten months in "the worst weather in was for "meritorious achievement in Mrs. W. L. Lott of zone chair-
supreme court of tlje United States. the world." During the ten months aerial flight," and for' "participation -' men, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt as assis-
today emphasized restrictionson '
I pilot in 47 in several missions against the tant chairman, and Mrs., C. W.
deliveries which will go into effect He is a member of the North- there he participated as
on Monday, October 11. wood Baptist Church, the Civitan heavy bomber .raids against the Japs Japanese in the Western Aleutian Fuller, Mrs.. C.' E. liner, Mrs. Gene

The restrictions include: Club, the Elks and of the Palm with such skill and courage that he area." Powers, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs.

1. A prohibition against the retail I Beach County, state and AmericanBar has been awarded the Air Medal and. Captain Moore, telling of the occasion -,; J. W. Ezelle Mrs. Harry Vaughn,

delivery of packages which I Associations..' He 'has been ac- the Distinguished Flying Cross. ; said "When the ceremony Mrs. F. E. Conkling, :Mrs. E. W.

weigh five pounds or less or measure tively interested in youth work and Coburn went to the Aleutians in was over, the, general called the Durst, and Miss Julianne Oglesby as

60 inches or less in length and 1 has 'served as a member of the ad- early December, 1942, as a pilot with : squadron around him informally salesmen, the women turned in

girth combined. 11 visor board of the Palm Beach Jun- the rank of lieutenant. There he I and as we all stood 'or sat 11381.25 of the total reported by

2. Limitations upon the frequencyof ior College, and a director of the was a member of the gallant group in a circle around him, he paid high the bank.

retail and wholesale deliveries of : Boy's Club and as chairman of the of fliers whose skilled bombings tribute to the members of our

certain commodities I i Boy Scout honor. court. He is married drove the Japs out of Attu and ground crew, and they richly de-

and has two sons, 7 and 4 years Kiska. Coburn also piloted one' of served every word of the praise he DELEGATION WILL
3. A prohibition against, Sunday I
of age. the heavy bombers which made a heaped upon them. They kept our
retail deliveries except' of ice, milkor in condition, and upon
Envisioning a tremendous de- surprise raid on Paramushiro Is- planes top
cream, and all Sunday wholesale velopment for the new 6th district,I land, a heavily fortified Japanese them depended our lives and the ATTEND CONVENTIONKIWANISDISTRICT
deliveries except of ice.
in agriculture, cattle, fishing, citrusas base in the Northern Kuriles. success of our missions.

Y In announcing extension of well as in the tourist business, "There," said Coburn, "we caughtthe "We talked about them often, and
these restrictions Joseph B. East- Mr. Hamilton is also aware of its Japs in exactly the same position I wished the people back in the

man, ODT head, said: "The neces- problems. He states: they caught us at Pearl Harbor, States, where strikes were going on _
sity for this action has been care- "We must realize completely by surprise. It was a in factories turning out things needed -
problems,
our
fully weighed in the light of theODT's and seek their solutions. First, we pretty good feeling, too." I on the battle fronts, could have Kiwanis Club members planned a
prime responsibility to pro- I know the delegation to the District Kiwanis
must work and plan now for the mnan'd Coburn described -one bombing seen them work and could
tect and maintain the domestic Convention to be held in Jackson-
I
did a
under which they
I j women returning from the mission during which he 'was scared conditions I
transportation facilities essential to ville Sunday and Monday, Octobel'10th
i armed services, in order that they nearly to death, he says. "The large part of their work.
the successful\ prosecution of the [ in from mission and 11th, at the regular weekly -
may not only have a place, but an Navy located a ship and we were "When we came a
war, and current conditions in the luncheon meeting Wednesday at
waiting
active part, in the future of this dis- sent out to sink it. It was deck with our planes, they were
field of motor transport. trict, state and nation. Develop- level bombing, and as we came in to I for us. As soon as we landed they the Inn. .
"It is the belief of the ODT that did they W. C. Owen, president of the club: ,
and never once
ment of our ports, roads and water the target a bullet from a machinegun took over,
this action is the best means of safe- transportation facilities, development went between Major Speer and I stop until that plane and every I J. E. Beardsley, lieutenantgovernorof
this district Glen E. Etherton,
guarding the public's interests in in ,
I of its equipment was perfect
and enlargement of our system of me. It missed me about a foot andit piece
the field of wholesale workedout and Elbert L. Stewart will attend
and retail de
canals about foot and we condition again. They
and dykes, looking toward missed him a ,
I
/ livery. of doors in .the. atrocious Aleutian the convention.
water control and the opening of were both scared. -
"To attain the full objectives of weather, without gloves-for There were several guests at the
many acres of our fertile soil for Most of the squadron were re-
!'. the 'order will require the cooperation placed recently and the men sent gloves would hamper their work meeting, among them Clarence R.
of not only the operators of I (Continued on Page 8) back to the States for a. month's until their work was done. There Bitting, president of the United

delivery trucks and of retail and APARTMENTS SOLD furlough. Just prior to their de was no hesitation, no griping, no States Sugar Corporation, who was
wholesale businesses but the general parture ceremonies were held and waiting till tomorrow, and no stop- introduced by Mr. Beardsley, and
public as well. ping because they had done ,a day's who gave a short and interesting talk
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stone have several men of the squadron were
,.' ,'.' "It is the earnest hope of the Office decorated. At this ceremony Co- work. Their work was done when to the members and visitors.
I of Defense Transportation that sold the group of buildings which burn received the Distinguished the plane was done-regardless of Other guests included Dwight L.

. the new restrictions will be accepted house several small apartments on Flying Cross and the Air Medal. The the number of hours it took1. And Rogers, of Fort Lauderdale, W. P.
j in the spirit in which they are Central Avenue to :Mr. and Mrs Albert 'citation for the DFC read '"The then we'd get a clipping from home, Walker, of West Palm Beach, B.

.'- imposed-as a' necessary wartime Leitner.Mr. Commanding General. of the 11th Air and read about some strike for a W. Hundertmark, E. Kelly, W. H.

adjustment in our domestic transportation and Mrs. Leitner expect to use Force, awards :.a:: Distinguished Fly- few more cents, or a few less hours, Lanier, W. C. Prewitt, Joe Day, E.

system.: part of the property as their resi- ing Cross to, Captain Thomas' Co- ora_ few more privileges. Anyone B. Gage, and Jay W. Moran of

J i ', dence and to continue' to rent the burn Moore for extraordinary who had watched our ground crews Clewiston and Captain T. C: Moore,

-,: COMMUNITY CHURCH other portions. achievement in aerial flight. Dur- work would know there is no justi- U. S. Army Air Corps.

I r ---- ing the indicated period, Captain fication for any strike in any es-

.j Sunday is Promotion Day in the I DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT Moore, as pilot of a heavy bomber, sential production in this war." FOOTBALL GAME FRIDAYThe

; Sunday School and a special .pro- I participated in many missions againstthe Th'e miserable Aleutian weatheris
" gram has been prepared by the] There will be a dance Saturday Japanese in the Western Aleu- generally accepted to be the worstin Clewiston high school foot-

1 Sunday School classes. Parents are night at the Sugarland Recreation tians and Northern Kuriles. These the world. Coburn said the men ball team will play its first game of

;.. particularly invited to attend the Center, at which music will be furn- missions necessitated long over-wa- spent most of their time sitting the season on the local grounds Fri-

exercises. ished by Morris Weiss' orchestra of ter flights in land based planes and around waiting on the weahtcrnot ,- day afternoon, October 15th, againstthe
continuation of for good flying weather, but Moore Haven high school team.
Morning service, 11:00 a. in. The Miami. This is a were carried out in spite of heavy
I the just for weather where flying wouldbe Due to transportation difficul-
Rev. Bruce Giffin of Fort Lauder- the dances arranged monthly by. anti-aircraft fire and enemy fighter
I recreation department of the United opposition. The airmanship and possible. There were very few ties there will not be a great many
dale will
preach at the morning
days during the entire ten months games scheduled this year, so every-
States Sugar Corporation. displayed by Captain Mooreis
both courage
service this Sunday and on October -
out to give the boys
This orchestra has in keeping with the finest combat when the sun shone._ The tempera- one should turn
17th. Visitors are always proven very I possible.r .
I I (Continued on page 8) good support whenever
traditions of the Army Air Forces.
welcome to all service of the church. popular hero during the summer '
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Private Hargrove! B rT; .
2 ". SUNDAY .4
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L .(Lesson !. 1. ri .fi t'"O

Marion Hargrove .. .t'I L "t.
By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. O, Congenial
THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marlon shape and expects us to be the horse. Two soldiers who shared a Of(Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Union.Chicago Husband-Now, let's think. '?

Uar rove, former feature editor of a same way. Then we drill for an single pitchfork at the next truck Wife-No, let's do something you
North Carolina newspaper, has, been Inducted hour, and hell hath no fury like spent all their time discussing the can do, too.
Into the army and Is spending that unleashed on the recreant who comparative beauties of the musicof Lesson for October 10 ,

his training period at Fort Bragg. If doesn't come up to standard in: drill. Liszt and Tchaikovsky, provingthat Soon Found Out :

yon're going Into the army, Hargrove We attend class for two hours and art endureth forever even in an Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected She-You deceived me before we were
advises a pre-inductlon period of "paint- there's foolishness there. alien atmosphere.As and copyrighted by International married., You told me you were well off \ .
no Council
the town red." Once you wear the of Religious Education: used by .
lug lie-/ was, but I didn't know it.
permission.
khaki '"keep an open mind," he says, After lunch, we report to our for myself, I gloried in the
"for the first three weeks are the hardest kitchens, where we work until seven honor of the tradition I was helping ,. .
REVERENCE FOR GOD
." Having failed to master some of o'clock, taking our trade practically to carry out. My mind drew pictures No Proof ?
the fundamentals of army life, Hargrovehas taking part in the preparation of of the philosopher Ward LESSON TEX'rxo 20:3.7 Matthew "Dacjdy," said the talkative sixyearold \

spent considerable time on KP duty. food for over two hundred hungry Beecher Threatt, who boasts that,he 4:10; 6:9; John 4:23. 24. : son to his long-suffering
Thus
He has been classified as a cook. and fastidious soldiers. The next carried a pitchfork through the heat GOLDEN TEXT-God Is a Spirit: and they father, "am I made of dust?"
be Is fully familiar with the Company morning finds us in our kitchen at that worship him must worship him in spirit "I'm afraid not. P you were,
the the
of fiercest battles throughout
of field maneuvers
kitchen. Also a period and in truth.-John 4:24.
have made him familiar with sunburn. three or four o'clock and we stay last war. you'd city up now and then."

He is now undergoing treatment for this. there until one. We're supposed to
unless We made three trips to the cav- The first three commandmentsbring
have the afternoon off -'
there's something that has to be alry barnyard before we had finished man into the presence of God,

CHAPTER VIII done in the line of battery duty. enriching the earth about the orderly where he is taught how to worship RHEUMATIC PAIN

for room, the mess hall, and the four God in spirit and in truth. Mud not Spoil jonr Di,-Git slier It New
For once I have gone on sick call When we leave those kitchens barracks of Battery A. We bathed "The first commandment (Exod. Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve
for other than goldbricking. -, the afternoon, we go back to our vigorously and dressed for early 20:3): ) bids us worship God exclusively pain of muscular rheumatismand
purposes whichwe other rheumatic pains. Caution
barracks for rest and sleep, :
This time it was for sympathy the twentyfourhour dinner. ; the second (vv. 4-6) bids 'Us Use only as directed. First bottle
after
tenderness, and sunburn lotion.I need badly The mess sergeant met us at the worship Him spiritually. The first purchase:price back if not satisfied.
got the sunburn lotion. Since thenI shift at huge coal-burning diver- door. He sniffed the air delicatelyand commandment forbids us to wor- 60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.

have been confined to quarters-a stoves. Reading is a popular quietly closed the door in our ship false gods; the second forbidsus
sion during the time, unless you pick ,faces. Then made the rounds
pathetic, lorn creature wanderingabout what he to worship the true God under
the squadroom in a minimumof up a magazine which tells you closing the windows nearest. us false forms" (Farrar). The third
clothing and a glow of brilliantred slackers you are because you aren'tlike "Git!" he said. commandment (v. 7)) indicates that
the author was in the Real war. 7j9C9IfEF
light. There's a different type of article We went back to the barracks, true worship will deal reverentlywith

Things are getting fairly comfort- that is equally nauseating. It tells where we found our comrades returned the name of God. .
able for a while. The,poet Droschniop soldier who from the classroom. We sat Israel had lived among the Egyptians Soothing C AI VF
of the little boys, L.
poor ANTISEPTICUsed W r* W
and the happy warrior Menza applied to into train- down on our foot lockers and stroveto a people known for their wor-
the ointment'with tender care. ing give thousands up everything of miles go from moth- remain as inconspicuous as possi- ship of images, and were about to suits for by 40 thousands years-six with valuable satisfactory ingredients. re--

Private Sher was asked to snaffle a ble. Private Sher was the first to enter into Canaan where there were Get Carboil at drug'stores or writo
er's and who will have to spend
lap
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tern
hall and speak. false gods. The Lord was
sandwich from the mess returned their time leaning urban many
with a laden tray, replete lampposts-because nothing against is be- "Do you smell something?" Pri- therefore careful not only to forbid

with iced tea and a double,portion of ing done for their morale.You're vate Sher asked with unaccustomed the worship of other gods, but also
I rudeness. Everyone, it seemed, I to forbid the making of images ol

talking about: entertain- smelled something. It was not, they any kind, whether they representedthe
/ ment, Gertrude-not morale. In the decided, Chanel Number Five. It many gods of. heathendom, or, a

/ matter of entertainment, there'splenty was not My Sin or Evening in,Paris. were attempts to symbolize the true
o of that to be found, even if One of the citizen-soldiers, who had God. '

it isn't like being back home toast- once worked in the stockyards knew I. The Command to Worship ggeqasedINOCULATED

/ ing marshmallows Her. There'sso what it was. (Exod. 20:3-7)'.

much being done here for enter- -&- ,God first claims the entire devo-
1i111
tainment that you can't get halfwayto Maybe I spoke too soon when I tion of man. If He is Jehovah, the I

x i l li' the Service Club without being denied the sissiness charges by mag- Lord God, it is obvious that. there
lllliu drafted for a battery show or a volleyball azine writers. It must be admitted, can be no other god before,Him. He I

game. after yesterday's horrible disclosure; is a personal God (v. 2)) with whom

Morale is the spirit that gets you that some termite is boring from it is possible for man to have fellow- I

when you're out on the regimental within' us. Some force is sappingthe ship. He must come first in our

parade ground with the whole bat- rugged manliness of Battery A. thought and our love. WITH OTHER

talion for retreat parade. Everymother's Here's what happened at supper The second commandment ex- NITRAGIN INOCULANT \

son there wants to lookas yesterday evening. First of all, pressly forbids idolatry in any form. USED

UJUWlUL much the soldier as the Old Man when we neared,the end of the chow The injunction is twofold. ((1) Men

NW does. Not another sound can be line, we found one of the cooks are forbidden to make any material \

heard before or after the one-gun there"scooping ice cream out of a'' likeness which to them represents a

"A minimum of clothing and aglow salute to the colors or when the can. We meat-and-potato: men being to be worshiped. It mattersnot J JDon't

of ,brilliant ,red light." band crosses the field to a stirring in Battery A and generally we do whether it be an image or .wha
march in the Display of the Colors.: gamble... inoculate all legumes -
not take to such frilly fanciness as men believe God to be like, or the
dessert. By sitting on the floor on And when you'r battery passes in ice cream, although we occasionallyhumor image of an angelic being, a heavenly -vetch, winter peas, clovers j

my heels, I ,was even able to start. review before the ,colonel, you're the mess, sergeant by letting "' body, in' fact, "a'nytmhg that with NITRAGIN. It:cost$ only a'
reading the novel that has been firmly-convinced that there isn't another few cents an acre. but makes up
him-buy it in ready-cut blocks. is m the heaven above, or on the
taking up space in my foot locker battery on the,field that makesas to 50% bigger yields of richer
This time found he had earth-such asa man or animal; or
we gone feed,and, build soil
for weeks. helps fertility.
good a showing as your battery.It's too far. Our leniency and intoler- under the water-such as a fish. (2)] Tests show
inoculate
it to
But night must fall. In a case pays
the enormous feeling you ance in letting him buy ice cream If such objects have been made ei- of
like this where you're packed in every planting legumes regardless
,
know when sit in pitch dark be- ther ourselves others
you had gone to his head. Now he was by or we mav of NI
like boxed rifle it's best previous cropping.
a
to grease place one layer of newspaper, be- fore a pup tent in the field and making it at home-in the respectable not bow down to them, nor render TRAGIN is the oldest, most wide

tween sheet and ,blanket. After lying watch the Fort's searchlight cut the kitchen of Battery AI! Home any service to them. Let us all examine ly used legume inoculant. Ask your

there for a'while, listening to sky. It's the feeling you know when made pineapple ice, cream! our religious ceremonies and seed supplier for NITRAGIN.
you can look across a great space practices in the light of God's com-
the newspapers crackle exactly like I didn't say anything about it. I
and see long lines of Army trucks mandment. FREE BOOKLETS
burnt ,flesh every time you twist in thought that perhaps he was merely i
moving along ,every road you can his second Observe that obedience to this Properly inoculated legumes can I
going through childhood
agony, you feel the urge to sit up add 50 to 150 Ibs.of nitrogen per we I
and look at some real stars. see.That's and second childhood is something' command brings rich blessing to"thousands" acre. Free booklets tell how to
morale. Just a matter of grow profitable legumes. Write.' w"a
that every mess sergeant must be (v. 6), whereas disobe-
-)158They're -
pride. permitted to go through once. Realizing dience is a curse not only to the THE NITRAGIN CO.Ui H.BOOTH ST..MILWAUKEE.WIt.

drafting honest, respectable -fa- this. we boys hadn't said any, man who disobeys,. but also to his

hard-working soldiers back into The good earth on which Fort thing when our mess sergeant had descendants.The .

civilian life now, as you probably Bragg is situated is laden with tradition air-conditioning fans put in the careless, vain or irreverent Talkative Parrots

read in the papers. Has-beens at ghosts of the glorious past, kitchen windows to make namby- use of God's name is forbidden (v. Parrots have been known to have

twenty-eight, these good boys are the old culture -, and little else. pambies of the cooks and kaypees.We 7). How common that practice is vocabularies of 250 words, bird experts
turned into the pasture under a se- Beautiful as it may be for purposesof hadn't said anything when he today, even among Christian people. say.
lective retirement system. It's interesting military training it has little in- If do not His
started keeping jam on the table at we actually use name,
to watch the way they terest in helping the little green all meals. we use some slang expression which

take it.Our things to Grass and flowers stands for His
grow. We're going to have to say some- name.
big loss in Battery A came planted with loving care in the Sand- I thing now. The man is going absolutely Now we turn to two passages from
when Joe Gantt
Tuesday went backto hills dust, fade but too soon if left to mad. Not content with the Gospel of Matthew to see how SNAPPY FACTS
Liberty, South Carolina, after five shift for themselves. To nourish springing homemade ice cream on Jesus practiced these command- ,
months in the citizen Joe is
army. such the units ments.II.
vegetation, cavalry ABOUT
the nice corporal who looked like the furnish the more aesthetic batteries The Example of Christ (Matt. I

soldier pictures in the magazines, with certain surplus commodities. 4:10; 6:9)).

used an instinctive psychology t in Private McGlauflin, Roff, and I ,. To the temptation of Satan, offer-
handling his and knew WJriRUBBER
men, everyman had spent the better part of the ing rich reward for an act of wor-
in the battery as a friend. ..
morning with Corporal Cleveland ,', ship to himself, Jesus gave prompt ,
He
was on furlough last week
James Farmer, heaving and haulingcoal and effective reply by quoting Deu-
when he was ordered to return at
in preparation for the long teronomy 6:13. Thus He gave His Fifty-three per cent of the
once to the battery. He came back
started hard winter, when the top sergeant approval to the command that all cars on highways continue to
through the discharge rou- decided that the borders around the our worship and service is to be waste rubber, for officials report -
tine and went about
hugging every- that that number continue
barracks should be given their
autumn given to God.
body with what looked like unbounded
to be driven over 35
tonic. We piled back into our This spirit shows itself in the rev- !,
joy. 91 cent
A
mph. year ago per
truck and sped away to the hauntsof erent devotion of the ((6:9)
prayer
Then he started getting quieter of the cars traveled faster
and less demonstrative. He had the hoss cavalry.We which Jesus taught His disciples. than the rubber conservationlimit.

been relieved from active duty for knew, after a few miles of The name of God is to be hallowed- I

the remainder of his stay here-a riding, that we"were nearing the that is, to be regarded as holy. None
Ruse
: cavalry territory. There was a cer- set a higher example of that Kok-Sagyr, rubber-bearing
matter of four or five days-and V sian dandelion, was planted and
when the men fell out for calisthenics tain unmistakable quality about the than our Lord. Himself God, He grown In 100 different test localIties -

or drill, Corporal Gantt didn't atmosphere. Something New Had was obedient to the Father, even in the U. S. last year. TheB.

have to go out with them. Every Been Added. c unto death, always doing those' F. Goodrich Company Is aidingIn

time the whistle blew, you could seea The hoss cavalry, it must be said, things which pleased Him and hon- this experiment.If .

lonesome look creeping into his takes great pains with the care and There on each table in the mess ored His name (John 8:29: ; Phil.
distribution of its vitamin depositsAs container filled with your tires show undue wear
hall
eyes. was a shiny 2:8). at the center of the tread,it is
He's returning to Liberty, now, far as the eye can see the eye paper napkins.us III. The Manner of True Worship signal that you. are overin-
where he'll fall back easily into the can see orderly, cubical mounds cov- (John 4:23, 24). flating. This is as much a rub
life he left five months ago., But you ered with straw and earth. None he had to heap more coals on God is to be worshiped in spirit ber waster as underinflation.See .
but, the most deserving criminal of- the fire of our impatience at the
could have seen from a casual and in truth, not in dead formalismor
glance that he was going to miss fenders-men,who have earned their same meal. by empty ritual. There must be<
the Army. letter ("P" for "prisoner") are per- There on each table in our mess reality in such devotion.

-)!: mitted to serve in the maintenance hall, brazenly placed in the very cen- One would suppose that a truth so

I'm a student cook in the Army. division of this essential agricultural ter, was a shiny container, filled obvious and vital would long since '

Cooks are supposed to have the eas- enterprise.We with paper napkins! have completely saturated the life i _/ .
iest work and the most comfortable three-McGlauflin, Roff, and I Until something is done about the of the church as well as of the in-

positions the Army affords. Com- -stood high on the crest of a hill, thing, this mess sergeant will go dividual believer. "God is a Spirit,

pared to the boys in the gun bat- loading the truck with its precious hogwild.No and they that worship him must wor-

teries, the signal corps, the anti- cargo commenting on the invigorat matter how homey they make ship him in spirit and in truth."

tank units, we're almost whitecollar ing quality of the air, and pausingever the Service Clubs, no matter how Even today, countless men and oo
men. and anon to lean on our pitch- carefully they plan the movie pro- women still believe that worship has

We student cooks the future forks and listen to the conversationof grams, no matter how hard they something to do with place (vv. 20,

"happiness" boys of the Army- other workers about us. work on athletic schedules, they'll 21) or race (v. 22) or some other,
have to get up for reveille at the Some there were who could not never be able to compete with a sol- external device or formula. What a

usual hour, beating the sun to the see the importance of the service dier's favorite evening recreation- pity when the gracious and delight.

rise every morning. We get an they were rendering; others spoke sitting on the back steps, shootingthe ful way to worship is through personal -

hour of calisthenics, directed by a disparagingly of the place and bit-, breeze.TO spiritual communion between. rH
noncom who's in good physical terly cursed man's best friend, the BE CONTINUED) God and man.

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strong man rode out on NO TIlER information various i subjects
horseback to challenge a farmer i : J

_. . . . _. . . . ..... .
had
whose great strength gained - - - - -':" - - - - -

him a reputation. He entered the The Questions I full personal equipment weigh?

farmyard, tied up his horse, and 7. What did the North American
approached the farmer. 1. What war was being ,fought
Released by Western Newspaper Union.. By VIRGINIA VALE when the "Star Spangled Banner"was Indians mean by the word "pem--
Bcleased by Western Newspaper Union. "Hey, he said, "I've heard a mican"?
SINKWICH, the No. 1 lot about you, and I've come a written?
FRANKIE college football player of 1942, has OB HAWK, CBS quipmasterof long way to see which is the bet- 2. The name Euclid calls to
B
mind the science of what? The Answers
to the Yanks ter
brought considerable happiness "Thanks to man.
the National Football league. to spend at least two Without answering, the farmer i 3. Do radio waves pass througha 1., The War of 1812.

I In signing with the Detroit Lions, manages week for seized the intruder, hurled him wire as electrical waves do or 2. Mathematics.
nights a performing into the road. not? 3. No
Frankie will bring many an added bodily they pass along the out-
dolar to the Detroit clubs and to men in the armed services.Whena When the loser had somewhat 4. When Lincoln was re-elected side of a wire.

every other team in the circuit. The camp calls for a show Hawk recovered his breath, the farmer President in 1864, who was his 'opponent 4. Gen. George B. McClellan.

Lions had no "name" player on their sends out a call to his many growled, "Anything more?" ? 5. Talks much.

squad at the time-and they neededone friends in the entertainmentworld "Perhaps you'll be good enoughto 5. A garrulous person is one 6. Sixty three. pounds, eight
at least for the early part of the throw me my horse," was the who does what? ounces.
well-
season. and immediately a. reply. 6. What does the infantryman's 7. Dried meat.
rounded of varied acts -
show organizes
.
Sinkwich recently was given an ..-
to help "Thanks to the Yanks.
honorable discharge from the marines Bob, who taught junior high school

the year.after He serving was since given the a medical first of cast English everything when he from was 18 grand, has broad-operato Bathroom Set in Applique IA I PERFECTGROOMINGOll N'E

discharge after spending some time ; wrestling matches says his I NtD,
in the hospital at Parris Island, S. C. toughest assignment was giving a

Sinkwich was the most publicized hole-by-hole description of a miniature across-rug is 24 inches. Make
of the 1941 and 1942 the flower design of scrap ma-
college gridder ; golf tournament. He's never Means of Teaching

seasons. His name on the roster done better .work than he's doing terials. S The disasters of the unfortunate-
will draw thousands of cash customers now for the men in the service. .
should the effectual
-: Due.to an unusually large demand and prove meansof
who haven't paid a great deal of t& ,,..: '.t '' current war conditions. slightly more teaching the lesson of cautionto

attention to the Lions during the i Just 11 years ago Lucille Ball time is required in filling orders for a the fortunate.-E. Davies.
past. I few of the most popular pattern numbers.
went to Hollywood as a show girl,
j The to; in Eddie Cantor's "Roman Pattern No. 5595 is 15 cents plus one
1942 SeasonThe appear
i cent to cover cost of mailing: Send your
Scandals," along with 11 others. order, together with your name, address
Lions, who finished last in the You'l1 .see her, as a show girl, in and pattern number to:
league last season, losing all 11
__ HOME NEEDLEWORK
"' : .4
to ''' "'''" >A
league games, were privileged 530 South Wells St. Chicago. OH !
take first pick in the annual college \. .

j, draft, which was held last June in

Chicago. J- A1 Ducks in Batavia Driven
.
.
,
Sinkwich may not have what it ,. MY

takes to be a standout professional k-_ Far Distances on RoadsIn AK[

player. There have been plenty of ____ ( :

big names in college ranks who certain sections of Batavia,

failed in their professional careers.In Dutch East Indies, large flocks of

fact, most of the top professionalteams ducks are driven over the high-

consist of individuals who ways in much the same fashion jg HERE'S HAPPY RELIEF

never bothered going to college. that our Western farmers drive .

They figured, and quite logically, cattle and sheep over the roads. If you Buffer from backaches
resulting from fatigue or exposure -
that a college degree wasn't at. all Differing from our domestic ; .. if lore muscles or a stiff neck have

necessary to success on the profes- !t.x: k ducks, these birds walk in an up- got you laid up...SORETONE b what you
sional circuit. need. It is a medicinal, analgesic'solution
right position and are therefore developed in the famous laboratories of McKesson
But chances are good that Frankie -" -- '- "It*Iiiao. -- logically called Penguin ducks. & Robbins in Bridgeport Conn
will become valuable asset to the SORETONE act fast-gives soothing relief
a LUCILLE BALL Excellent ,walkers, these ducks right where relief is needed-speeds the superficial -'
unfortunate Lions. Any team that 15595 are driven great distances to feed- blood flow to the affected area. Also
loses all of its season's games can "Meet the People"; she's climbed helps to prevent infection. Not an Animal
ing grounds, but they also tire out preparation-made for human beings. Wonderful -
use very handily the services of a clear to the top.of the ladder in, the PATCHWORK bathmat seat occasionally, and the boy duck also. for sore tired feet and for relieving
He not do meantime. itch of Athlete'sFoot.. MONEY*
name player. may so Right now people are
cover and tiedon bathstool herder often is seen carrying fiveor BACK IF NOT SATISFIED.
much toward improving the team'sleague crowding to see her in "Du Barry '
six
made of and laggards in his arms.
standing, but he should help Was a Lady." She's the only one of cover yellow, pink

the treasury.And the original twelve who's still in green flower patchworknarrowstriped
material is used for the
when a player helps one club, pictures. When you hear a Marine calleda
is 15 inches
! he helps the entire league. -;JE-- ruffle. Stool cover "Leatherneck," it has nothing to

S Those American Youth Hostels do with the epidermis of his neck.

that have become so popular get Years ago the Marine uniform was

i The World Series their innings in "Song of the Open Canada Iss Five-Cent equipped with a high. stiff leather-

Road," for which Sammy Kaye and collar. From that time on, "Leath
i Just a year ago the New York his orchestra have been signed. Red- Piece Having 12 Sides erneck" has been the word for a Get' Your War 'Bonds *
i Yankees were quite firm in their.
headed O'Neill makes her Marine. The word for his favorite
statements that they could do better Peggy To Help Ax the Axis
debut in the starring role. cigarette is "Camel"-the favorite
i in Sportsman's park in St. Louis Canada has issued a new five-
cigarette also of in'the
-K men Army,
than in their own stadium. Now
cent piece which is 12-sided rather
I Navy, and Coast Guard. (Basedon
Leatrice Gilbert has 'been
Joy under :
I 1 ""'If'! u..'. n_._", ,)_, ,,.,"'_3.11J 1HlIn'" contract to 'Metro for .,than round. It is definitely a victory actual.sales.records.from serv-
some model and has :already 'been ice men's stores.) And WE WANT TO BUY
though
I time, but it's only now that she'sgoingfto "
I F get her ,chance-a role in christened "Blackout. On its faceis there are Post Office restrictionson .Stamp collections and accumulations.Coins. .
: the Roman V, symbolic of victory packages to Old Glass and Chinaware. What
overseas Army
"Kismet. She worked in
summer and the torch of sacrifice. have you?Write before sending annhinr.
stock 'lastseason, and if there's men, you can still send Camelsto Describe condition quantity and price
anything: in heredity this daughter of Around the border appears this soldiers in the U. S., and to men wanted. Addrtu:

:Leatrice Joy and ,the late Jack Gil- telegraphic code: "We" Win When in the Navy, Marines, and CoastGuard VOWETTE, 205 West Forsyth St.
We Work Willingly. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
wherever they are.-Adv.
bert certainly ought'to go far as an Made of tombac alloy, this new I
actress. Her father
ofMetro's
was one
coin will save about 60 tons of

big' stars-7K--for years. nickel annually. ;; JUST Sil .


Some a clever new song lad at for MGM Lena is Home composing -, Reached Only by Air ) HOW

who will wow audiences everywhere, : .1a
... .. IT HELPS YOU !
.VrtS 4i'J&rS'j-S.vf S,7* f '' $/' the studio Wau
,_ ; M d ? 4: predicts, in "I Dood It, a gold-mining town in the
l 4t the Red Skelton-Eleanor Powell pic New Guinea mountains, bombarded -

ture. The song is called, we're told, by the Japs for months, is the -rfAKi1-
"Moonlight Sinatra." one Allied base that can be

,, ////4"f -r -)fC -- reached only by air. WIRTERSMITH'S
';.' i Since its founding 1927
,
1 / ,# ) ; One photograph of Renee Terryof everyperson'
and every article has been
CBS's "
"Bright Horizons, inspired
341 proposals of marriage imme. flown in by plane, including /
JOE MCCARTHY dredges, building materials, war TONICt
diately after it appeared in a New ..
food and various ani-
equipment
,
Manager Joe McCarthy's men are York newspaper. It showed her in mals, even several race horses. rRU 'TED FOR 74 YEARS
even happier over the '1943 World her Nurses Aide uniform, feeding

Series schedule, which calls for themto baby in the children's ward of a

play the first three games in hospital.
Yankee Stadium. ,;::

The Yankee players-and the New Frank Sinatra seems to like Holly
wood and IN THE NAVY t
.
York fans-think the schedule gives picture-making; he's going'back ou 1
in November
to make "Mr.
the American
leaguers a big advantage -
Cinderella" for RKO, and they do
the St. Louis
over Cardinals
But the bookies aren't influenced by say that the story ofthe picture is : they say: "SACK" w

intangibles and are hesitant about pretty much the story of the youngman's cA/

laying a price on the series. Theywon't life.When %%BOOTCAMP"for
;K
concede the Yanks very much, p,, training
Bob Hope got back from station
if anything, because of the so-called #.ii r'rv \
"favorable" schedule, and chancesare that trip that took him to England, gd' (: "
Africa, Sicily and Iceland dOQtf EE for mixed with
good the odds will be '(W5, take he wasn'tsure 4 water
your choice.Remaining. whether he'd be able to return I fl//8 V soap powder
to the air L
September 21 or not-' 44/ ,
ScheduleThe said Bing Crosby would pinch hit b -< ) "CAME for the favorite cigarette

for him if he couldn't. He was pret- \ with men in the Navy
fact that the first three
gamesare ty tired but
forgot that when he
going to be played at home isn'tas talked about his trip. "The greatest \- -
important as the remainder of -
thing that ever happened to me,"
the schedule. It calls for a two-day
-
said
he. And "Believe Y
me, the
travel intermission between the New pro- I
grams we do from the States are rmsrWTffESERWCE
York and the St., Louis games, and going to mean more than ever to us
another open date for selling tickets
-
now that we know what they mean
if there is a seventh "
I game. to the men. W4 '
;:
This schedule means that Spud ;:
$ q e5'y1 The favorite cigarette with men In
: .j Chandler, the Yankees' mound ace, Last season hundreds of service C
:<
and perhaps three times. Chandler the Edgar-Bergen-Charlie McCarthy and the Coast Guard Is CameL

wpn 19 games and lost only three, shows because of lack of room. (Based on actual sales records.)
and is certain to draw the opening This year Bergen will put on a pre-

assignment from McCarthy on October view of the show, just as it goes on

I 5. ,After four days'. rest he will the air, plus added entertainment by
)i be able to start the first game in St.. Songstress Dale Evans and the cast,

Louis, on SundayOctober_ 10. Then, for service men on furlough in the
if the series goes the limit, he could Los Angeles area. So every Saturday -

take another three-day rest before night there'll be fun for soldiers -

coming back for the final game. sailors and..marines.







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: FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1048
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The Clewiston News Book Reviews as formerly, so there is an increase I bombers or thousands tanks and southeast 6-A coupons are good for
amounting to J/& gallon per many battleships. Gasoline In northeast and

week in the amount an "A". book Lok at Florida's record, who too three gallons and expire Nov. 8;

Published every Friday in Clewiston, New books in Clewiston Public Library user obtains. Is making its wasteful contribution I elsewhere, 8-A coupons worth four ')2.

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS -reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean, "B" and "C'N coupons were cut at to these unnecessaryeaths.. gallons in Rocky Mountains and Far ,

Inc. King, chairman: I the same time to a value of 2 gal- Florida's Home Front Casualties West, three gallons in Midwest and .'
lons each instead of 3 gallons each. 1942, Accidental deaths 2,011 Southwest; B and C coupons worth "
KEATHL.BY BOWDHV, Editor TAP ROOTS New "A" books will be valid No- First 7 months of 1943 1,598A two; gallons everywhere except

By James Street vember 9th, and all are urged to total of 3,609 Rocky Mountains and Far West,

Entered as second class! mail matter This is the story of the Dabneys mail In their application forms for These accidental deaths repr'esentmore where they are good for four gallons,

February Clewiston,.1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act of In who ruled southern Mississippi in I renewals. This _,applies to every than 24,000 man hours lost a Fuel oil-New season's period 1

March 3, 1897.SubHcrfptlon the period immediately preceding the automobile, even though it has alsoa day-enough to build 4 tanks' a day, coupons good through Jan. 3, 1944,. ,
Civil War Strong, greedy imbued I "B" or "C" ration, ,since the "A" or 1 fighter plane a day. worth 10 gallons per unit, with

2.00 Per Year. with raw matter-of-fact' courage, is the basic book which all car Florida War Casualties most coupons worth several units-
Rate $
they jeered at fate and dared the owners must have. The applicant Killed, wounded and missing 850 each. I

Advertising Kitten. On Application. impossible. Some died in battle,I should send in the signed back 4 % times more Floridians killedon i

others on the gallows, and only a cover of the old "A" book the last home front than in war. .

Devoted to the advancement and wel- few lived to see the tiny spark they tire, inspection record and the application "Figures, as a rule, don't mean Finley Moore Candidate .
kindled blaze into a fire for free- /
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. I for renewal. stated Asher Frank director '
dom. anything, For Office U. S. Senator
Effective October 1st the OPA of the Florida Safety Coun- I
The Civil War as we know "t adopted amendment raising the .
I an cil, but these figures represent
plays a very small part in this book; mileage requirements for grade 1 "
"Human Life. Most of them could LAKE CITY, Oct 6-(FNS _
NATIONAL EDITORIAL rather this is the story of the Dab- tires from 241 to 1 601> miles per have been saved. )
iSSOCIATION' neys themselves and how they seceded month. The amendment stated that Finley Moore, Lake City real estate -
We are now waging a war against
from Mississippi, organized an this is "necessary at this time to broker, announced last week that he
/Ilun&h- accidents just as hard as our fight- %
.. independent republic which they cope with demands to be made on i would be a candidate for the office
ing fighting in Europe. We
men are ,
called the Free State of Lebanon, II
stocks of tires whichare
noquarterwar new passenger want to enlist every man, woman of United States Senator opposing
and where they waged a
now at the low point forecastby
i and child in this campaign. Everyone Claude Pepper of Tallahassee.
war against the might and millionsof the office of rubber director
I can play a part. In his
r:+:.:"NON N NWT":N N:N:"HN:N:N N:N:"M:":":":' the Confederacy a time when early this year." SAFETY IS JUST COMMON announcement statement
the Union seemed doomed. I Moore said, "Confident of the desire -

This is romance at its best, based I More Die In Home SENSE. of freedom-loving citizens of

Too Late To Classify on a bit of history and painted in I this state to maintain for them-

vivid colors on a small canvas. RATIONING selves and future posterity their
In
Accidents Than
RUSSELL KAY I i
By :HAPPY LAND Constitutional rights and freedomsas
I I CALENDARMEATS ordained and established
_ ............. By ,MacKinlay Kantor i War Combat Zone' by our
.... ... ....a..a..a..a...... .. forefathers
..x..:..:..:..:..:..: ; ;,.; ; ;; ; ; ; ; ; .-. .-.- I I and further believingthat
"Hail, Columbia, happy land!
j I I, -- we stand ready'to.. fight ,for I .
OLD MACDONALD HAD 'A FARM Hail, ye heroes, heav'n-born band"HAPPY The OWI announced today, that CHEESE BUTTER, ETC.C those freedoms, if necessary, in order -
LAND is about Rusty
and D in brown book valid E that our constitutional form 'of
MacDonald HAD a farm, Marsh, and the life he lived. It is Sept. 17th, 1943, the war casual- ; '
Old will '
valid Oct. 10 and F, Oct. 17, all government not disappear; I
A. A. A. Eye-O about ordinary folks, and how they ties on the battle front since the war I through Oct. 30. am pleased to announce my 'candi- .

But on that farm he's far from FREE, came to be brave. It Is the recordof began were a total' of' 105,205. This dacy for the office of United States '

A. A. A. Eye-O a civilization which strengthensitself figure does not Include where the i Senator, subject to the Democratic

With a quota, quota here, with Boy Scouts and bob- next of kin have not been notified. FRUITS AND VEGETABLESBlue primaries of 1944.STATEWIDE .

A quota, quota there, rides, with public high schools and "Battle Front" Casualties U, V and W valid through -_.

Here a quota, there a quota, neighborly kindness, with churchesand 20,104 ,Killed. October 20. X, Y and Z valid DRIVE TO,ENLIST .

Everywhere a quota, quota. drug stores and cornfields and 28,226 Wounded. through Nov. 20. 1000 WACS NOW UNDERWAY
Old MacDonald HAD a farmA. Indian stories-with the simple fare
39,905 Missing. ..--'
A. A. Eye-O. of American life which once seemed 23,970 Prisoners of War. SUGAR 4
dull and now holds bewitching TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 6.FNSA )
Old MacDonald HAD, a farm, beauty. This civilization must not Compare the Avar casualties with Coupon No. 14 valid for five state-wide drive to enlist 1000

A. A. A. Eye-O perish from our land or from this the home front casualties. Here is pounds through October; coupons WACS got underway this week and

But on that farm he grows no crops, earth. It will not perish while one a comparison that is a national, dis I 15 and 16 good for'five pounds for will continue until Pearl Harbor

A. A. A. Eye-O Rusty Marsh is alive to fight for it. grace-and the worst part of itS? I I canning until Oct._31. Day, Dec. 7.

;With a don.t don't here, that 75% of these accidental deaths Mrs. Spessard L. Holland, wife of

And a don't, don't there, \ RATIONING NOTES occur at home and off the job. SHOESStamp I the Governor, will serve as state

Here a don't, there a don't, ,Nations Home Front Casualties No. 18 valid indefinitely. chairman and will be assisted by, defense -

Everywhere a don't, don't. : 1942 Accidental deaths 93,000 Stamp 1 on airplane sheet book 3 I councils and other organizations -

Old MacDonald HAD a farm Chief news on the rationing frontis First 7 months of 1943 56,000A valid Nov. 1. in the effort.

A. A. A. Eye-O 'total of 149,000 GASOLINENo.
that concerning gasoline and Florida companies of WACS will ,

Old MacDonald HAD a farm, tires.; "A" coupons remain at 3 Enough man days lost through 6 stamp in A book valid until be organized and members will be-

A. A. A. Eye-O gallons each but the books last these deaths, and millions of injUries' Nov. 8. Apply immediately, for new permitted to wear a special state-

But on that farm he has no help, only three months instead of four to have built 66,000 heavy: A book. insignia, it was announced. '

A., A. A. Eye-O .
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;With a hand short here, .,' ."

And a hand'shortage short there there, shortage .. ... How Fill ;: ,: :: :: ,{
Here Everywhere a a labor, shortage.a : "J',' )) ) d To Out New Gasoline Forms ;: ;

Old MacDonald HAD a farm "'.-.. 'r

A. A. A. Eye-O.: .
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Old MacDonald HAD a farm, ":. !,.... ".
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A. A. A. Eye-O OPAPcimR570 I, JuHITED STATES OF AMmlci' TSF ,,., -
e NAILtpRI'AI -OWMfta .t CrmwrcTm0 "
But on that farm he's just a slave, :' m-i reea L 'OFFICE OFFICE ADMINISTRATION r ** ', .. .,;;;: .
A. A. A. Eye-O wfr iikire .oa-Bttr; 1,..__ ',(r.' '
1 '. '. .
th 25oev .: :,.1: '
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For he can't raise this, _ h n '- J' ,,:'.:'
And he can't raise that : :'
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAlTOfBASIC COMPLETE ADDRESS OI'mGISTEREDQWNER,1 :/ibt
It's here can't therena can't :', ; ': :;, '
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Everywhere a can't, can't. ;, :,-" : MILEAGE RATION ,,/-"i iVA" ( -').:'
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Old MacDonald HAD a farm' ,:'" ; ';:,,:'- .:...:. or "D'/ Book .J q3/ : .. .' ; .}. :

A. A. A. Eye-O. 4 ._ Its \H ","f .' "

Old MacDonald HAD a farm, /' PART A An WI7, MQr (0//0' .; : ,' ;:':-,

,_, _X-< ...*.... ...... .-, ...... '. .
A. A. A. Eye-O ; ,. .. '
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((& Instructions cthtrside ,
.) : on ) RATION BOOK TO BE SENT TO: (CHECK ONE) ) \ ;;
But in that farm he has no heart, : : __ _|_-z iVofTne I / ;,
tf REGISTERED OWNER (NAMED AMVl) 1/, t
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tfnetoiecF back taken from the basic taboo Ytt ) .
cover
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With a price freeze here, :.. : u0 D APPLICANT(NAMED DQLOW! ) '
book Issued for the vehicle described on this application! ? LJr 'j :
And a price squeeze there, I '''
Here a freeze there a squeeze, APPLICANTS NAME: (ip SAME AS OWNER: WRIT:"AAMC") : :
2. U, this vehicle in use and operating...under currently valid 'I c.. :.
Everywhere a .
freezesqueeze.Old
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license plates? ,
MacDonald farm ; ,
HAD a SQme- <:

A. A." A. E e-O. -' ": ',' ,
:- ., _:', Applicant' mint sign this Part-- A and must" fill In -oil spaces In heavy, border, on APPLICANTS COMPLETE ADDRESS ,d .';-?i; ..

Old MacDonald HAD a farm. ,.' both parts A and B.' 'e': f; :
A. A. A. Ey -O ]I -SoneSERIAL ': I
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But on that farm he has no gas, ', :-, -
A. AT A. Eye-O ', I CERTIFY that all statements and answers made in this application' are. true and :

So he can't go here, ." 'correct to the best of niy knowledge and belief. ::,i :'_

And he can't there' -- :r.J. :'
,; go ll IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS OP : f .
Here he's stuck, there he's stuck. Signature, 0-. V-r,, >VEHICLE, TIRES LAST INSPECTED .r: '::

Everywhere he's stuck, stuck. VEHICLE LICENSE No., c '+:

Old MacDonald HAD, a farmA. '2 123''S6 ADAD 3/8'G
A. A. Eye-O. Date / STATE OF REGISTRATION. ,.. '.
Ale/ ( 73AD Be sure fo enter In the Tower left- ,,,:

Old MacDonald HAD a farm, BOARD ACTION YEAR MODEL: hand box,on Part B the name and ,;
A. A. A. Eye-O f 70 173276 addresstowMchthenewRationBookSerial '.

But he went nutty long ago, Number of MAKE and Tire Inspection Record are to be
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Ration Book Issued Ford 951't2sent.


Squally ,Weather Helps \" Issued'- Byl Date BODY TYPE: Sedon A. 47270? }: t

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Crops; Little DamageA /.":'

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UNITED STATES OF'AMERICA-OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION IDENTIFICATION SERIAL.NUMBERS: Of 1ST INSPECTION
late season storm stationaryfor OFYEHIOEVEHICLE TIRESIJ.STINSPECTED REQUIRED SERVICE(iK NOME.WRITE"NONZ") .L' .
TIRE INSPECTION RECORD
several days, from Friday Board''certifies j below I that serial I numbers shown are : : LICENSE:NO.:L"",. AD #' 3/ .;> : -
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those with
through Sunday, about '350 miles tame as registered it. ,
STATE OF REGISTRATION: c
southwest of Fort Myers, accordingto Board ,41c ; AD f'C7.3't -

reports from the weather bureau, Number. YEAR MODEL: '

brought rains which varied, from /91'0 AD ?'TiZZfO ..._...._- .
MAKE '
drizzle to short periods of heavy For d 42:.//O'2 -
(COUNTY). (STATE)
downpour in this section. The rain BODY TYPE: :J
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was not accompanied by high winds. ,Sedan ,
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Some sections of western Hen- A book holder, inspection every 6 months. INSPECTION APPOINTED BY WAR PRICE AND RATION BOARD '
'.. I Inspector will not sign until STATION I ,
STATE:
COUNTY
dry County where early crops had : B book holder, inspection every 4 mont h. required repair has been NUMBeR NUMBeR .

been planted report being benefittedby C book holder, inspection every 3months. done. "
the rains since some farmers had IN5PECTORSSIGNATUREt
started irrigating. Only in low spots __ RETURN TO: ,', DATE: "'.

where crops ,sensitive-to too much \ a Name Groin v./ r. 'i'T"e ;

moisture and where water stood on MILEAGE RATION BOOKS ISSUED II
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the ground for many hours was ( SERIAL NUMDER MTC -
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damage reported. No and Street __ ....- .. .
At Felda the heaviest rainfall was "
U.City NQryncl' --.;:
reported Monday preceding the Any7 wn .
and State ...
squally period with no damage to "" ..,- --

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'I Mrs. C. L. Downs is spending this I............................................. .N.N.N.MNNNNNHN.-. . .N..N ing 1st. going James into is Machinist effect as Mate of October in the M. M. Prewitt, phone 8:;
II week on vacation. Mr. Downs, .who : .I
has been in Hendersonville, N. C., Navy and is stationed at Key West.

[ Person.als ] I met her in Daytona and they spent With :' ,
Ed VonMach has completed his
I a few days there and went on to J.
pre-flight training and was assignedto EXPERIENCED
I Sarasota for a visit there before, returning .
to Clewiston. Maxwell Field, Alabama, for primary -
I Our training. He began this new DRESSMAKING
Joe Garcia is spending a few days Boysin I
in Miami on business this week. I Attending the meeting of the c a. course there this* *week.* LIMITED AMOUNT OF WORK ;'
Moore Haven chapter, Order of TAKEN:
-- Eastern Star, in Moore Haven Tuesday Leroy Hare graduated last week
Bob Ahern spent the week in West theService Call Mondays Thru Fridays Only :
from the Aerial Gunnery School
evening'were Mrs. A. G. Twiddy, at
Palm Beach. Mrs. L. J. Pape, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Kingman, Arizona. He received up- PHONE 28 '
I % '
; Mrs. W. T. Wheeless, Mrs. Laura on graduation, silver gunners wings
Carl E. Johnson made a business and the rank of Sergeant. He has
Vorhees, Mrs. Sallie M. Townsend,
1 trip to Jacksonville this week. I Mrs. Emma M. Baker, Mrs. Glen been sent to Salt Lake City, Utah,'

Etherton, Mrs. J. M. Fountain, Mrs. and will shortly become a member
J. M.?
Miss June Hooker is spendingthis ] CCUSE
of a bombers
crew.
A. W. Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs.
week in West Palm Beach on
vacation. I iC. M. Ph'Ide. At the meeting, Mrs. - . ..... . . Counselor and Attorney at Law
t. i I Rogers was initiated into. the order. MAN/NON i1N, :N:H N:Ir.H N N NiN N N; ;NN M;NN N;-;N; Phelix Slonaker writes the NEWS: Hopkins Building

1 of the week in letter received
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nielsen and Junior Waters! writes a new ad- a we Wednesdays and Saturdays
I GRACE WARD CELEBRATES 14TH this morning. He says: "It has
Mrs. L. H. Nash were business visitors dress. He has been transferred to
BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY been some time since" have stoppedfor 9:80 to 4:00, .
inVest Palm Beach Tuesday.Mr. I Las Vegas, Nevada. Junior is a 1
corporal and is in' the Las Vegas a word of thanks for ,the Clewis

r Grace Ward celebrated her four- Army Gunnery School. ton News which I have enjoyed almost -
and Mrs. J. K. Rogers were '
teenth birthday Saturday evening I 0 0 0 every week since entering the
in West Palm Beach .on business
Monday.B. with a treasure hunt qnd dance heldat I Duane F. Thielen, son of Mr. and service. It looks as if I am the only

I the Sugarland 'Park' Recreation Mrs. A. J. Thielen is\nov a Staffj one from Clewiston not overseas. I 1

O. Bowers of Mobile, Alabama, Center. Mrs. W. H. Lanier assist Sergeant. He is a member a have made parachute jumps in fifteen IIOUSEVIVES

was a business visitor in Clewistonthis I ed Mrs. Ward in preparing the squadron at the Dodge City, Kansas, states, Canada and Mexico, and

week.C. I treasure hunt and the games for the Army Air Field. This field special- the, light is now much brighter thatI S.

evening.Prizes. izes in training pilots for B-26 may soon be jumping in
I were awarded to Frances Marauders. combat zone 'European some}

V. Parkinson left Monday fora O'Brienfor the treasure hunt, and r "There, "is only one more 'thing I

vacation in the mountains- of Bub Mills and Raymond Trice for Beder Nail, who sailed overseas wish to do before going across and I

North Carolina. I' the games. A beautifully decorated a couple of months ago after I that is to get MARRIED which is GREASE IS AN ESSENTIAL

cake was served with ice cream pleting training with the Navy com-I planned for about the first of No- MATERIAL FOR

Mrs. Hugh B. Snell of Palmdalewas ( for refreshments. I Bees at Camp Peary, Virginia, vember."I .

transacting business. in Clewis-! The guests included Harriet Alston the Pacific-and you guessed it! want all the fellows overseas

ton Tuesday. I Pat Bailey, Jean Bartz, Charles He's on the same Island "X"! with to know I wish them the best of MUNITIONSCLEWISTON

Bowden made business Benbow, Carline Berner, Ben Bol- Wilbur Goff, Dick Hooks, and luck and I hope to be over there
Keathley a ton, Jo Ann Crouch, Callie Davis,
r section. He
others from the got a
the (Continued on 8)
trip to Bartow and Tampa over page
Gilbert Mc-
Mills
I I Bub and Gene rousing reception, too, and was MARKETS"CAN
end.
week I Leod, Frances O'Brien, Shirley probably glad to see Clewiston boys "
Louise Prewitt Clarence NOW HANDLE
Owen ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg returned Stiles,, Mary Louise Thomas, Raymond out there, and they were definitely"fresh FOR SALE=-Three 8-
stay in happy to see another one YOUR SALVAGED.
Sunday from a ten days
Trice, Russell Owens, Mr. and '
New York City. Mis. W. H. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. from home. weeks old pointer pup- FATS

T. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, rat- E. Frierson.
it's
Sam Lang, and corporal's pies. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompsonand Mrs. Judson Francis, Mrs. F. M.
ing for him now, writes his mother
baby have returned from a two Rodriguez and Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
from England that he is getting .the DO YOUR PART
weeks visit in Bradenton.
Ward.
News regularly, and he knows why) i
I ANTEDWhite elephants
the boys have been so enthusiastic -
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lyons and son BRIDGE CLUBS about their home town newspaper

spent the week end in Fort Myers when they're overseas. He says for bingo prizes

with Mrs. Lyons' father, J. G-. Lewis. Mrs. C. L. McLendon entertainedthe England is a beautiful country and for PTA Carnival. Please
club at her home
evening bridge
I he easily understands the English CLEWISTON REALTY
Clyde Trammell of West Palm Monday evening. First prize was being able to put up such a stub- donate any unused items

Beach was a business visitor in won by Mrs. P. M. Mcintyre 'and born fight for It.
Clewiston Thursday. I second by Mrs. R. C. Nowling. An "* 'at your house. If you are and DEVELOPMENT .
aspic salad course was served by
I the hostess to Mrs. Glen Etherton, Sergeant Wilbur McGehee has not solicited during the CORPORATION
Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis and Mrs. graduated from the Flexible Aerial
Mrs. Nowling, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr.,
Drew Hampton of LaBelle were in ; ,Gunnery School at Laredo, Texas,) next two weeks call Mrs.
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. Foy Dur- ,
Clewiston on business Wednesday. I rence, Mrs. McIntyre, Mrs. Carl received his rank of sergeant and I
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aerial at ceremonieson
wings - -- ------------- -
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Berner and a guest, Mrs. T. P. -
Mrs. A. W. Sias spent a few daysIn Forbes. the 18th of September. Wilbur

Miami this week, visiting her I .. is now being trained,,as a member ofa ;

husband, who is stationed there. Mrs. C: J. Nielsen entertained army air forces combat cr'w..
.
0 Hardware Co.
,.members of her bridge club Wednes- I Franklin
Mrs. W. ,C. Nail and Mrs. Everett' day afternoon. Mrs. H. A. Bestor Harold Duke, who has been in

Casper and daughter, Betty Lou, 'I won first prize, and Mrs. J. E.'' Louisiana since he completed boot

spent Tuesday with friends in Moore I Beardsley second. The hostess training at Camp Peary, is now aj\

Haven. I'served sandwiches, cookies and coffeeto Carpenter's Mate 1st Class and hasi BARBED WIRE, 4 PT. .

I Mrs. Bestor, Mrs. Beardsley, Mrs.F. sent in one of those % Postmaster

Carlisle Redish, of the Jackson-I E.. Conklin, Mrs. W. C. Owen, addresses to which 'we'll send his

ville Naval base, spent the week end Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. N. V. S. paper hereafter. He says "I read I

in Clewiston ,with his parents; Mr. Mumford, Mrs. R. C. Wilson' and the News from stem to stern. I have We have just received 1,500: rolls of government specification -
and Mrs. L. C. Redish. ''' Mrs.Otto Larsen. heard from a lot of my buddies\

through the News, especially those 4 pt. barbed wire. Social rustproof treated and oiled. \

Miss Florence 'Graham is recuperating -' LADIES AID MEETING AT I CB's in the South Pacific. The 1 '
in the local hospital? from an FULLER' HOME THURSDAY: CB's are treating me right. I 'have) I'rice-$5.00: :per roll Special price on hundred rolls or more. 1

emergency appendectomy performed gained weight in my three months ..
;-.,
Thursday. The Ladies Aid meeting was held service. Keep. the news coming so': .

I yesterday afternoon at the home of I'll know what the 'folks back in -'H; ?-:i-: : STAPLES ARE $8.00 PER PKG., OR 10 CENTS .

Mr' and Mrs. Cecil Varnadoe are Mis. C.V.. Fuller with Mrs. W. L. Sugar Town are doing., '
PER POUND.
.
parents-of a baby girl, who was,, Lott and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle assisting I s ,

born Saturday. The' baby weighed hostesses. II James Winn has been promotedto / ....
6 pounds 7 ounces. I Mrs. E. W. Durst presided at. the I petty officer first class the rat'

I meeting. Mrs. O. A. Jones was in :_ .". -
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D. Rodriguez, representing the charge of the program and gave a .'; ':':'' '..,--- -
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price panel division of OPA, Tampa splendid article on "Prayer." The ---

district, was in Clewiston the latter society voted to prepare a box to "THIS IS THE NEW SIXTH

'-I part of the week on business with send to a Presbyterian mission in the
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10 the rationing 'office. Kentucky mountains. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT ."- :-; .. ti J:: > ;
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j II't a.%""' $:, ., '
The hostesses served refreshments I WANT. TO REPRESENT .t''i ;,',1 c,,':,, ,:/.,."'f'.t.... i- t' :i ;:':M;
Mrs. ,C. E. Bailey left ,to Mrs. J. E. Beardsley Mrs. W. H. "w'" "tj. *"*2'f1'J''
Saturday Ed Hamilton f't l 'J J'< 'V t.t ;. \ \ (; 2J?. .;
for Clermont to spend a week with,,Lanier, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. t ,," *-r ',,\'r. .o'.0$'>2-; Zr': .>.",:::{'\ ;
her parents. She was accompanied) Metcalf, Mrs. O. ''A. Jones, Mrs. W.

by Miss Earline. Collins of LaBe1l3j C. Owen, Mrs H. R. Hall, Mrs: i 4 K t Hs

who went on to Orlando for a visit.: .,I I Charles Bolton and Mrs.. Durst. '


Mrs. Maud Hare returned Wednesday -| SCAVENGER; HUNT ENJOYED BY

from a visit with her SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES

daughters, Mrs. James Wynn in
Macon Ga. The boys of the Junior and Intermediate -.
and WAC Evelyn Hart:>
in Daytona Beach. class of the Community
Sunday School were given a scavenger -

Mrs. Adolph Driggers .and baby hunt Thursday evening by Mr.
and Mrs. W. N Martin. Mr. Martin '
.
,
son were brought
home h
from. the w..Le t
Fort Myers hospital Wednesday., is teacher of the class.The .,.

Mr. Driggers and her mother, Mrs. boys met at the church and went'on 1V t ; J.y.ala, l t
s
the: hunt, and returned afterwardsfor
G. Collins, went over for them. O
games and refreshments. w:' "-,
---
Mr. I Attending the_ nartv were Billy \ M-.awr. ', r .-r- .1 jk,. w.Mwtr w ..- i. .Mwlyt
and Mrs. n _
J. P. Bartz are parents f'i, .h l Atn. C :
of a baby daughter, whom they and Anthony Toulis, George De- *."x*-4{'*- % ANMfI :< : w>.r a. f....,. ex A ,a
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have named Juanita Karen. The vane, Skippy Lee, Bob Berner, Jim- b:: p' I p. 3 ,wy., : !snl
my Johnson, Charles Benbow and fi P C
baby, who arrived
Saturday, weighed
.
l srs Y
Danny Martin. :
7 pounds k :T481s'g
10
ounces. I / }
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: MRS. WARD *
COMPLIMENTED
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato are an- V > H'r
WITH
DINNER PARTY
nouncing the arrival of a boy who

,weighed 10 ,pounds 11 ounces" The Mrs. E. W. Durst entertainedwith .Ti.\ *<**".*"4*:<

baby has been named Paul Elwood a dinner party at her home t-. J' -'
and was born Friday. Saturday evening complimenting Map Showing New ,

Miss June Hooker.and 1 her daughter, Mrs. E. O. Ward, on 6th CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT ;5 '
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Mrs George her
birthday. $
, C. Crow Jr. 11 counties and giving j ..
are leaving tomorrow The guests were Mrs. Joe M.: Hall, : comprising )5
. for Jacksonville to visit their population of each county (1940'( ;
. l'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bolton, Mr. ; j
?2 brother, J. D. Hooker, at the U. S. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr. and ( Census) -'_ --- -

Naval Air Base there. I Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr.


Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail A powerful fleet of American HAMILTON y

spent Wednesday and Thursday in aircraft carriers launching "The : :ED

Clewiston with relatives' and friends. largest force of sea born war planes I

Mr. Nail returns to Camp Peary, the world has ever seen" will District of Florida
Va., this week end and Mrs. Nail is spearhead the impending offensive Candidate for U. S. Congress -_ 6th CongressionalFRIDAY I'a d f'"UtiC'Gl Ad". I

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JOR Nation to Be Active FactorIn One stirrirtimes thing bout -these ;, .:;


W, ON 2Y'i Fu el They mt.Ue us love :/: ;

Post-WarPeace Plans our countryman. ':;

qS Notes of a City Slicker: Were betting so -

I Washington, D. C. When Alexander Woollcott gradu- united now

I J INDIA AND U. S. ated from Hamilton College he nev-

Despite the Churchill visit and the Majority of American People Ask Participation er stopped talking about his alma 111 never Fuel ..lont.agtln. ':

,impending campaign in Burma, can. In International Organization to mater. .<<; .

!ditions inside India still remain one So when the dramatic critic [\.1CC"1 '

[sore spot where Anglo-American re Maintain Harmony. passed on, it was natural that his \ ::.:

;:lations, frank and friendly as they ashes be interred at Hamilton Col- oI oK t

'are, could stand some cleaning up. lege Cemetery-with a few intimate

All of the President's special ad- BAUKHAGE friends and associates attending the

;visers have brought home more or By services It rained hard for a

less the same reports. They include /News Analyst and Commentator. whole day and night before the urn

: Laughlin Currie, member of WNU Service, Union Trust Building two of the strongest nations remain containing his ashes was lowered WNU Features.

the White House staff; ex-Under united. of into the ground However, some-
Washington, D. C. The important thing,
secretary of War Louis Johnson; one miscalculated The ribbonsby
course, is to obtain the cooperationof
America's.postwar
the of
Slowly pattern
Special Ambassador Billy Phillips. which the urn was lowered

Latest evidence of Indian sore plans are taking shape, ,but Russia.the third most powerful nation, proved two feet short And so CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT 1

spots is a report to Leo Crowley, only the pattern. : And that is what is on the fire the urn had to be dropped into the
returned it
new Economic Warfare administrator When congress was little hole partly filled with mud and wa-
right Until know
now. we a
evident that matter how much
from his New. Delhi representative no more about Russia's views and in- ter) and when it fell-all the mourners -
there be to
John Fischer, who writes: disagreement might as standing around the grave were
UnitedStates tentions, it will be impossible to
the details of the role the
India the
of ,
"The splashed. NURSERY
government STOCK
make a detailed plan for the post-
will in the
British army, and many Indian businessmen play post-war world. "Just like Alec!" said a bespat-

view the opening off an world, the people have registeredone war S tered pal. "To the last-a critic!" Dependable Fruit Nut Trees,small fruits
In ornamentals, gen. nursery stock. Comb
idea: they want to take part
OEW (Economic Warfare) office cat. and planting guide free. Cumberland
,
here with frank and deep-rooted sus- some kind of an international: or- Battle ol1talyBeginning Valley Nurseries Inc.. McMlnnville Tenn.
maintain Katina Paxinou, one of the starsin
picion. This'suspicion is not directed ganization to peace. of End

at us alone; it falls on allAmerican The same opinion turned uo in the As I write these lines, the startled "For Whom the Bell Tolls," is FEATHERS WANTED
one of the world's bitterest Nazi-
representatives in India. conversation of three members of moon has just slipped behind a jag-
Fascist Katina learned how
"The American Mission was es- congress of widely differing political ged curtain of clouds, like a trans- fighters. FEATH ERS OLD Prices.or tt HEW Years-WANTED.TOJ> .
to hate them before she left her native Satisfactory
tablished here in 1941 in the face of Sentiments with whom I talked port sliding under the protectingcloak / Dealing Ship Exjmtt*r Writ

considerable reluctance on the partof shortly after they returned. Speaker of a smoke screen. Greece. PILLOW MFC.CO.2219 Cole Street.St Louis MOo

the government of India. (Previ- Sam Rayburn told me that the one That comparison leaps to mind
which received the most my You can't get a work of art out of Brooders
ously the United States had not been phrase applause because all day I have been follow- Water SystemsBrooders
permitted even a consulate in New in the speeches he made in Italy if you are not an Italian citi-
ing have and closely
as as as
Delhi.) The OWI, OSS and even the Southwest was when he said that you of zen, according to Billy Rose, an art kerosene., all sizes burns coal wood and
either of could the Pumps. Tanks and water
us progress sYs-
lend-lease representatives have told the United States must do a man's the collector himself .- A pal of his tems. other poultry equipment. Write for
greatest military undertakingwhich in Italy not long offered $100,000 Decatur and folders. Deeatur Pump C..,
us that they have been received job for peace. I an American army has attempted ago Ala.Business.

here with open misgivings-and in Two leading Republican senators in this war-the battle of for a Rembrandt and was informedthat

the case of the first two agencies. expressed the same idea, namely, Italy. For the battle of Italy is the he could take it with him by
that "the to be of having a likeness of Mussolini painted Opportunity
sometimes with hostility. Before our people seem one storming of the portals of the
very
mind" that America in over it The paint it was
,
must join
arrival, the government of India Reich, the outer rim, it is true, but ATTENTION! Retired Ministers and
raised a number of questions re- : some kind of international effort aft- explained, could easily be washedoff Teachers. $25.00 will open a pleasant business -
breastworks of
nonetheless, the first in line with your life-work that
garding our mission with the American er the war to maintain peace. Hitler's inner fortress. without damaging the Rembrandt should pay you $2,500 yearly. Full particulars -

Mission. The disagreements in congressare "If they see you with a pic- A.on request.A. .'. .
CO.
Fordtown Tenn.
"We have reason to believe that chiefly a difference in degree Here, for the first time, American ture of II Duce," said the dealer,

our movements have been under and represent a discussion, for the soldiers, hardened on the harsh "they will not stop you."

close observation both here and in most part, over details that nobody sands of Africa and the cruel hills And so the art lover paid the Protecting ,Game Fish

England, and that surveillance Is expects congress to decide in ad- of Sicily, meet the guardsmen of the $100,000, and had no trouble bring- An electronic screen is now being -

likely to continue. vance anyhow.Of Nazi citadel. Not a bi-colored army, ing the picture into the United States used to repel game fish from
diluted by a half-hearted ally, Italy, the danger areas around the flood-
course there are two things
Reasons for Coolness. .- Where he easily washed away
which make for lack of harmony; but dogged German fighters defend- the painting of Mussolini to discoverit gates of irrigation ditches and hydroelectric -
"There seem to be two main reasons is ing the gateway to their own, their plants in which mil-
one the natural desire of each was an oil of Mussolini ,
for this attitude," Fischer re- political party to criticize the otherin native land. lions of fish are killed each year.'
ported to Crowley. The end of the beginning has end-
is
a campaign year; the other
"I. The fear that American rep- the effort of small groups to get ed, the beginning of the end has be- We asked a movie director how ,

resentatives may send to Washington their ideas. gun. And we who have watched some of them acquired great reputations -

through channels not subject to over own particular every sign and every signal as the ;.. He offered this exam-

British censorship, information concerning Secretary of State Hull, in his curtain between what we thoughtand ple A famous character actor, a 6ew d1tops

the internal situation in In- speech of September 12, made it what we knew was lifted, realize in one of his early films, was doinga

dia. This the government of India plain that the administration was how little we and the world can desert scene in which he was to

seems to believe might stimulate i-in favor of an international organization guess of the inner and complicated portray a man dying of thirst HELP PREVENT

American sympathy for the Nationalist which would agree to us'e workings' of this great war machine. The director tried to'get,the actor to -

movement and criticism of thegovernment's force to maintain peace-implying As the armies of the Allies attack register the proper emotion, but MANY r 7
that the United would offer
States the terrible ham only managed to

techniques.ineffective administrative its armed forces in collaborationwith the the Allies enemy, Roosevelt citadel-the, and leaders Churchill of, look farcical ? Finally, after COLDSfrom :; ;

other nations' to
"2. Fear of American post-war stop 'aggres edifice. repeated failure, the director gave
plan a new
commercial competition. This sion. He went further on the sub- up To get the idea across, developingPut
con-
ject than any official so far but there The invasion of Sicily and the invasion however, he decided to photographthe
cern seems to be shared alike by few of
a drops Va-tro-nolup
has been a feeling the part of of Italy were planned at
on
actor's feet throughout the scene
the British and large Indian 'each nostril at the first sniffle
many very
members of that the Casablanca where, for 24 hours the
many congress him the
businessmen. It has been 'so pro- -showing staggering along or sneeze. Its quick action
people would support such a policy. few newsmen who were permittedto desert-dropping one of his posses- aids Nature's defenses
I
s nounced that the mission
it
thought p
know, kept the secret of the meet- VI Kinfolder.s
colds. Follow
sions after the other: First he against
expedient shortly before our arrival Pooling of Resources
itself. Beside the historic wa-
ing dropped his pack, then his gun, and
to assure the government that Meanwhile, the public has gradu- ters of the St. Lawrence, in the finally his canteen The critics VA-IRG-IIOL

OEW activity in India is in no way ally come to the realization that citadel at Quebec, the marching
voted that scene the outstanding one
concerned with trade promotion. Winston Churchill, as the king's first orders were sealed while we news-
in the film!
"To offset the cool attitude of the minister with plenary powers, and men waited, blinded and deafened to

government of India, the American : President Roosevelt, as commander- all but the most general ideas. Generous in Tips
Mission has received us with a helpfulness Hecklers of the administrationare million dollars in
in-chief and, therefore, with similar What are those marching orders? At least 200
and kindliness which has ex- having a field day with this one is each to waiters
authority, have agreed that the Some other startled moon will tell. tips given year
ceeded expectations we are United States and Britain will pool In Sicily, they'd have you be- and waitresses in American eating

i confident that despite all this we their military resources not only un- lieve, a peasant invited a comradeto places.DoublePurpose.
Civilian Defense
his home feast After
can manage fairly well. til the fighting ends, but until the for a

S e emergency is ended. They will do Proves Its WorthAs two bowls of soup, double offeringsof

TO RELAX RATIONING OF this merely. by continuing the com- Germany begins the defense of entree and a three-inch American

C FARM MACHINERY mittee of joint chiefs of staff. her inner fortress and the once- i sirloin steak plus several ears of
Agricultural officials have been Indiana corn on the cob (loaded with
feared Luftwaffe has been converted
They have made,it plain that they Laxative Gives
closeted for several days working on consider the from an offensive to a defensive ma- Maryland butter), Idaho potatoes
an announcement which will be emergency, or as an (with more butter) and Georgia watermelon -
good the
official spokesman for the United chine the problem of keeping up I More SatisfactionDon't
New
of York
news to farmers. and oodles
They
are planning morale of Civilian Defense in this !
States described it, "a period of
to relax the rationing of farm transition," .will not end until the country. is a difficult one. It would" I cream for their delicious Yankee be satisfied Just to relieve your

machinery. last treaties are signed. In be foolhardy to lie down on the job Boodle ,coffee, the guest beamedhis present constipated condition. Meet
Relaxation will take two forms peace that frequently i appreciation. this problem more thoroughly by
now for history has shown -
other words, the United States and toning your intestinal system.
up
One will be to permit farm ma- Great Britain intend, as long as the fierce and bitter conflicts : "Not yet!" interrupted the host. For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.

chinery companies more latitude in emergency exists, to take part in an grow out of victories and until the "Now comes dessert! Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative

distributing their products to differ- organization to establish and main- last shot is fired and after that, it "What kinda dessert? How can we Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa
tive. It not only acts gently and
ent parts of the country. The other tain the peace by 'means of what isn't safe to desert the ramparts. eat any more?" thoroughly, but tones lazy bowel

will be to take certain machines amounts to a military alliance be- Recently the value of civilian defense "Now comes Tootsie Rolls!" said muscles-giving more satisfaction.

definitely off the ration list. tween the two nations. training was proved in a man- the host. Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative Powder
Although plans are not quite com: helps relieve Dizzy' Spells, Sour -
which received little .
plete, it is probable that most farm Prime Minister Churchill was ner very rec- "Tootsie Rolls?", asked the guest. Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that

machinery will be ready to sign a written agreement ognition outside of the immediate "What's Tootsie Rolls?" dull sluggish feeling commonly referred ..
unrationed from vicinity. When the Congressional to as Biliousness,when caused
which would include Britain's pledgeto "
now on except tractors, combines "Who knows? shrugged the host. by Constipation. Use only as di
Limited, the crack train that runs
hay bailers, beet lifters and similar remain our ally and continue the and "Lend-Lease!" rected. 15 doses for only lOc. Large
between New York Washington
,
war with until Japan beaten
mechanized us was family size 25c. Adv.
equipment. In
general. wrecked in Philadelphia, when
was
-that much he told the newsmen-
tractor implements will be taken off The Magazines: Liberty scoops
the Twentieth Century Limited, an-
and he added the President had
the list, though tractors will stay on. other crack train between Chicagoand the field with a report alleging that WNU-7 39-43Kidneys
said it not that his
It, ill still be necessary for farmers word was necessary, Presum- New York, was wrecked, and New York school children find their
good
to go, to their ration boards to was enough. when a hotel burned in Houston, lessons so exciting they hate going
the written would
get permission to buy certain farm ably, agreement Texas, the civilian defense organi- home when the bell rings I Must
have included the continuation of the
machinery, but this will be only for zation proved its mettle. On all don't believe it Newsweek
joint committee of the chiefs of staff
the purpose of making sure that I too. But written or unwritten, sucha three occasions, invaluable servicewas states that the 4th year of the war Work Well*

they are legitimate farmers and I exists.It rendered by these unselfish men produced only one great Allied gen-

really need the equipment. The old pact now and women who have so long an- eral-Sir' Harold Alexander For You To Feel Wen
is
therefore clear that the
system .of stti t rationing on most swered mock alarms and gone on Zatso? How about Gen. Eisenhower, 24 hour every day 7 days; every
President intends if he remains in
farm week never stopping the kidney; filter
machinery will
go by the who be FDR's running matein
office to maintain interim duty for practice drills.It may waste matter from toe blood.
an arrangement -
boards. the 1944 Presidential race? If more people were aware of how the
Hitherto farm which will keep this coun- was definitely shown that in the kidneys must constantly remove surplus -
Welles'
implement Sumner typewriter ran
companies try an active factor in world affairs case of the wreck of the Congres- away fluid excess adds and other wait
have been required to'distribute from him, -judging by his text in matter that cannot stay in the blood
to the where its sional Limited and in the Houston
their point policieswill without injury to health there wouldbe
products he noted
( equally throughout be supported by military action. 'fire lives were actually saved by the Coronet. Diplomatic jobs, better understanding of why the
the United States, so that some count are non-political and bring successif whole system is upset when kidneys fall
This will be of indefinite defense workers. In Philadelphia a -
length, as function properly.
to
ties where little
wheat is raised have worked at hard enough .
air raid wardens meetingnear Burning scanty or too frequent urination -
Churchill put it, until it can be shown group of
received as many binders as coun- Would he say hat now? In the sometimes warns that something
that a better-arrangement, includingall the scene of the wreck were is You suffer nagging back-
wrong. may
ties in
the middle
of the wheat belt. SEP there is a nice, warm tale of
nations, can be found to the first to arrive on the scene. ache, headaches dizziness rheumatic
Or in some cases, too much corn sup- the newspaper men covering the palm! getting up at nights, swelling.
'plant it. In a short time 7,500 trained,workers Why not try Doan'i PtlUt You win
machinery has been of
sent to South Pacific. The biggest peril
counties be medicine recommended the
In one sense, therefore, it is less were at work assisting police and using a
where little corn is raised while the job, warns the author, is capital"I" country over.Doan'i stimulate the function
important what decision the' helping the rescue. So effectively did them
belt con- of the kidneys and help to
corn counties have H. Brubaker'sbest
.
.
been slighted. poisoning flush out waste from the
or the administration makes they handle the traffic that in spiteof poisonous
gress
item in his New Yorker kid- blood. They contain nothing harmful.
The right now as to its foreign policy the great crowds, lanes were kept Get .Dean's today. UM with confident
new order crisis in Wash-
will "The
permit farm since there will be plenty of time open so that all injured persons not ding: housing At all drug stores.DOANS.
f Implement companies to is evidently worse than ever.
It use more for the people to become' fully acquainted actually pinned in the wreck had ington
discretion in order to avoid Drew Pearson has had to move into
inefficient
removed to hospitals within 35
with the whole situation been PILLS
distribution.
during the "transition period" when or 40 minutes. the doghouse. 1










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I of ThoughtThe Gay Felt Applique and Vivid = USEH01D



press is the best instru- Contrast Perk Up VelveteensBy flINTs

ment for enlightening the mindof .

man, and improving him as

a rational, moral, and social 1 i t Handle fruits and vegetables:

being.-Thomas Jefferson. CHERIE NICHOLAS i r11 {I gently. Do not bruise.

Released by Western Newspaper Union. '
*
The soul of man is audible,

not visible.Longfellow.Trust MEAT AND PROTEINS A cloth dampened with vinegar, :

] or coal oil and rubbed over thai
no future, howe'er pleasant!
Let the dead Past bury its dead! While the rationing of sugar, but windows before washing, will re-:;

Act-act in the living Present! /\x .c ter, tea and coffee caused consid- move the smoky look. )

Heart within, and God o'erhead! erable dismay, the rationing of meat .

-II. W. LONGFELLOW. has caused more concern than any Store berries, grapes and other:

Employment, sir, and hard- / Ik.y Y FH" other single food. delicate fruits. unwashed in a cold

ships, prevent melancholy.- / hit Most food experts place.

Samuel Johnson.It a<; will agree that not .

how / only is meat an Common table salt is the best
matters not long you
live, but how well.-Publius ; 4Mit4 r important food from cleanser for a milk strainer. Rub

Syrus. I the standpoint of both sides of the strainer vigo"rously -

; nitrogen or body with the salt.
r3j i:r <+;rrwrrir
building, but in the

minds and the diges-i

Curtains to Cover ij1g1pb : [ tion of the majority I NO ASPIRINcan

r' of us, nothing quite I

Frame of MirrorA d, satisfies the stomach do more for you, so why pay more?
/ --N._.a- .. W arId's largest seUer at 10J5.36 tablets20 ,
-- '. $ J:4: tV and the appetiteDr. 100 for only 35
LONG mirror with a table at Barton as does meat.
What then is
each side makes an ideal likelyto
place to dress. Here you have it I. '; happen to the health of the in- Chameleon's EyesChameleons'

dividual and the nation if we cannot eyeballs move in-
with the old mirror from the buffetdescribed
recently. The mirror is z Ar: ax obtain all the meat we need? The dependently, enabling them to see
that is in two different directions at
meat
turned end-wise and the irregularities reason so important to one
health and strength is because of its time.
of the frame covered with

cream colored curtains of unbleached 4: % % richness in protein and the proteinof
L : ry animal food-meat-is richer and
: :
muslin hung from a rod c7 :
attached to the picture molding.But is more completely digested and absorbed DON'T LET
into the blood than is ,
that is not the last of the protein
from CONSTIPATIONSLOW
old buffet. The turned legs are vegetables.

here made into lamps. The base However, there are two points that YOU UP

make us more satisfied to eat pro- When
.. bowels are sluggish and you
OLD BUFFED ROR tein as furnished in fish and eggs feel irritable, headachy, do as millions

I (other animal proteins) and/the pro- do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern

FIXTURE II teins in vegetables, especially peas chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
AND
and beans. In the health FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
BASE Hygeia, taking only in accordance with package
ADDED ;:":.<' : t: .>?><
F; t-1Wm : .tW: .w magazine, Phoebe Mayo Walters, directions-sleep without being dis-
TO LEG
F0.0M n Corona, Calif., explains that whileit turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
loved velveteens is the do-and-dare is the protein in meat that is nec- relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
SUFI Ef
I I spirit with which designers are perk- essary to life, it is not the meat itself FEEN-A-MINT.and economical Tastes good family, is bandy
generous supplyFEENAMINTlo
,
? COTTON J o ing them up by appliqueing arrest- because other foods rich in pro- V

BATTING FILLS r .Y ing surface decoration, in way of tein may be made to do almost as '

CUSHION t i- r' 3 gaily cutout felt flowers and other well, as meat in furnishing the nec- *

BUTTER artful motifs. It spreads glamourall essary protein. Fish is one of those

TUB WITH '-- over a dress of the pinafore type, foods, as is also cheese in any form.
UD ON THE BOTTOM }' '' Burmese Alphabet
.,... when its suspender-like bib and Other foods high in protein are
WAtlTA3LESANO LAMPS BLUE-DRAPES, "F. -- '=; rVmwA <<<<;ww pockets take on individualistic felt There are but 19 letters in the
STOOL AND SHADES CREAM-BOWS WINE those of the dry bean family-white, Burmese alphabet. "
S TO smart and pretty fash- flower decor, ,as here shown. navy and kidney beans, soybeans,

, of each is a square piece' of one ions that "click" with the teen- The peasant jumper, as shown to peanuts and peanut butter.

inch lumber which is screwed age, career and college-girl set, it's ,the left in the group, is also an The second point is that there is

through the center to the largest the perfectly charming dresses outstanding number in the hit pa- should the I II I .
no reason why we buy
end of the leg piece. An electric made of either black or colorful 'rade of velveteens, which this season expensive cuts of meat, because

fixture such as is often used in cotton velveteen, fashioned ever so i is making a most spectacular there is no difference in the amountor

.andle sticks ,is then inserted in a cunningly, as pictured, that have display of color and design. If you in I
quality expensive or cheap
:Hole bored in the other end. The gone "tops" in the new fall ollec-- 'are clever at sewing you can whipup

!lamp shades and the buttertub tions. This present rage for velvet- your own peasant jumper of cot- cuts.For physicians have been Relieves pain I and t soreness I

stool are covered with the cream eens definitely offers most convinc ton velveteen and trim it with floral advising years patients with thin blood to Millions of people suffering Cro"m'slmple

:olored muslin.- ing evidence as to the continued outstanding cutouts, worthy of a' real Swiss Miss, Plies have found prompt relief with
I eat ,more of the gland J1eats-kid.; PAZO, ointment.. ,Here's .why:.First.
.' -. importance of cottons. .in. whose picturesque and colorful garb'
neys, liver, heart-which'' foods are PAZO ointment soothes inflamed areas
NOTE-The complete story of the old the fabric realm.. is ; proving such an inspiration to relieves pain and itching Second.
:buffet: and how its various parts 'were' You can see by the intriguing American designers these days. not usually rationed. PAZO ointment lubricates hardened

jsed is in BOOK 7 of the series offered models illustrated that designers are Finally, there are food substitutes dried parts-helps prevent cracking and
Third.PAZO ointment tendsto
soreness.
vith these articles. Directions And now for the big news-all
for
making various com-
doing fascinating things with velveteen designed to resemble reduce swelling and check bleeding.
a spool table similar to those illustrated the colorful flower and leaf motifs
rich in Fourth. It's easy to use. PAZO OiDtment' -
are in BOOK 5. Also the directions for this season. For instance, they this and match- mon foods which are really perforated Pile Pipe makes application
appliqued on jumper
\. the rug illustrated are in BOOK 5. Book. are making it up in adorable pina- food value and are not rationed simple thorough. Your doctor
ing bonnet (also the pinafore dress) tell about PAZO ointment.
;ets are 15 cents each. Send your order to: can you
fore shown centered in
> styles, as The thought then is that we should
as here shown come cut out and
the group. A velveteen pinafore is all eat our full ration of meat if we I ii. I i
ready to sew on! You can buy themat
MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS really something to think about forit's are well and about on our feet, eat
Bedford Hills New York "new" and 'out of the the dress-trimming department,
strictly fish cheese and
Drawer 10 including'flower and leaf designs in more eggs, green
usual. The modern girl's wardrobethat and yellow vegetables. If, then, we Sea BarnacleThe
Enclose 15 cents for each book de- separate pieces, together with guide
sired. does not include a pinafore feel that we want or need more barnacle is a sea animal, a

dress of velveteen or corduroy this and. pattern for appliqueing. And remember that it is the bit smaller than a man's thumb.NOTICE .
Name ...................,........... if you are really resourceful, you meat, pro-
fall will be the proverbial "excep- tein that the body needs and there

Address ..:....:........ ............. tion to the rule." And how the teen- can arrange according to your own are plenty of other foods that are
idea out versatile
working design.
agers and their older sisters do
rich in
protein.
IF YOU 'ARE
What clever home sewers will be
love this new version of a, jumper *. SUFFERING
able to do in way of perking up
..
frock!
with Arthritis Rheumatic
; "tired" clothes with these felt fantasies I Infected AppendixA or pains
Perhaps the biggest talking feature
can scarce be told, for the SOMETHING CAN BE DONE
in regard to the new and be- write for FREE Information to
,. uses to which they can be put are Constant ThreatThe HINSON'S INSTITUTEDr.

fr1 r r endless. One of the novelties in ap W.CulltnSquitr,HtdicalD'tnttot

For Class Date plique is felt rickrack. Outline the son N. tote 51. Rkhm..d,tee.a .
or told of two British
edges and pockets and collar of a ; story is
mining engineers ,about to go on. a
1p3Q V flannel jacket you happen to have on
prospecting trip. Both were in excellent -
hand and it will work wonders in
health but as they thought of
giving it' a "new" look. Makes a
their its distance from
destination
smart trimming on hat and bag U
civilization, they decided to enter a
sets
too!
.
hospital and have the appendix re-,
Y; sf As to maneuvering the flower
moved before starting.
/ pieces, you can,scheme out all types

,J of decorative motifs, such as a sin- Most physicians would agree that"these
wise.
gle bouquet at the shoulder with a engineers were

ttfia Hp corresponding floral on the skirt, or Further, physicians are agreed

B pict cro + you can apply the wee flowers in a that while the appendix must have

had some use in the body in prehistoric -
conventional border design or in
: ..loioz ,
landwdfotmteeth
Swberry Tooth necklace design at the throat, or times, there is at presentno ?

forming epaulets over the shouldersor definite use for it. The appendixis

fat shine.pqp9C pooWDER on immense pockets to adorn the just a remnant or trace of a once vt n'' sv
Nj'
now-so-populart; dirndls. useful organ that has not completely )
nt/
disappeared from,man. It is a blind
Velveteen used in vivid contrast
that rest or lie in vari-
pouch may
is another technique employed by
about the last part of
ous positions
Oldest Assembly designers this season in most origi- .,:.
the small and the beginning of the .
The parliamentary assembly of / 4 'X1::: nal ways. Note the attractive dressto large intestine. It has its own blood

Iceland is 1,013 years old, the oldest 5 the right. Here a most unique supply and a closing or obstructive
is in color velveteen with
yoke
in the world. one
arrangement at its base. Even in
the body of the dress in another,
health it is filled with infective ma- RDABADAY
thus highlighting the frock with
terial and it contains a large amountof

IRRITATIONS OF also striking color contrast.pockets This at yoke the lymphoid or spongy tissue (simi- KEEPSP OAWAYNew S .
S KI N EXTERNAL developes deep lar to tonsils and adenoids) which is
CAUSE front in most unusual treatment.
particularly easy to infect.
acne ugly pimples broken-out bumps skin.(blackheads Millions relieve), and Released by Western Newspaper Union. Because there is "always" the cream positively stops

miseries with simple home treatment. chance of infection present, Drs. *underarm Perspiration Odor
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids Nelson that
believe
healing works the antiseptic way. Use Mexican Filigree JewelryIs Boyce and any
Black and White Ointment only as dI- attack of appendicitis should be 1. Not stiff, not messy-Yodora spreads just

Money-back rected.lOc,25c SOc sizes.25 years success. Staging a Comeback considered and treated as a serious like vanishing cream! Dab it on-odor gone I
guarantee. VIl'Vltal Incleo.nsing
is Rood soap. Enjoy famous attack. 2. Actually soothing-Yodora can'be used
Black and. White Skin Soap dally. Exquisitely wrought Mexican jew- "The problem of acute appendicitis right after shaving.

elry is again in fashion. Look over would be solved and its challengemet 3. Won't rot delicate fabrics. .
Ideal for the school heirloom treasures
fall and
wardrobeis your you if the public could be taught and 4.Keeps soft I Yodora does not dry In Jar.No
this bolero suit in will doubt discover silver
gray wool-and- no a lacy- waste fan
if physicians would remember (1) ;goes
I I rayon flannel. The jacket has a dou- designed butterfly, such as grandma ,
I that any abdominal pain may be the Yet hot climate tests-made by nurses-
I ble breasted row of buttons, slit brought out on special dress occa- first symptom of acute appendicitis; prove this daintier deodorant keeps under
pockets bound with green wool anda I sions. If fail to locate one of
you (2) that food, fluids and particularly arms immaculately sweet-under the most
Ea.handytouse little-boy collar. It is charac- I these pretty silvery whimsies, hie purgatives should be withheld in severe conditions. Try Yodora In tubes or ,

No muss, no fuss. teristic of the newer suits that many to your favorite costume jewelry I Jars-IDe1, SO1, 60 f. :McKesson & Robbins.
case of abdominal pain until t
Dependable for 65 of.them with every Inc.. Bridgeport Connecticut.XoQRN9cfi dS
t'- are highlighted sprightly counter where your eyes will be
M 35c decided
ears. and it is definitely that acute appendicitis -
?1.00 sizes at your color touches done in unexpectedways. gladdened with the sight of all typesof
is not present, and (3) that
1
aeazby druggd_ Note the sprays of red felt dainty pieces done in lacy Mexi- operation should be

applique hearts and flowers that add can silver filigree. You can get prompt per- 4Gems
the
formed as soon as physician is
such a gay little touch to the skirt. charming ensembles of bracelet and
reasonably sure that acute appendicitis
Young girls take' keen delight in earrings, also lapel or jabot pin in is present.

these color flashes. : this attractive technique.



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TPAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY" OCTOBER 8, 194


Dennis Small Attends rines with such telling effect In the I dition- Is a tribute to the --I way the i( Although we are asked not to Camp Peary' and that expected- r
assignment -
Solomons campaign has also been I I Air Corps cares for its pilots. He publish addresses of members of with the Sea-Bees. Coburn I
Conference In Chicago doing acts of mercy in the United regula-tion the armed forces, there is no such will report to Tacoma, Washington,
States according to Maj. M. M. !I regulation concerning prisoners of when his leave is up

Nohrden, in command of the-Dunedin -I over the world to soldiers, but that]f war, and we print the addresses, I -----
Dennis tax assessor our two boys who seem destined to --- .
Small, county I Marine base. they had the best cooks In the world i
spent last week in. Chicago, One amphibian in use near Miami in the Aleutians with them. The'cooks celebrate Christmas on German soil. IN TilE'COUNTY JUDG*"* COURT 1:1 : !
"where he attended Wednesday, has made 585 rescues of civilians In took plenty of time, patienceand A Christmas card, if sent very soon, AND FLORIDA.FOR liEN IN DRY COUNTY, .t

'Thursday and Friday the national trouble in the Everglades, he said. skill with the cooking' and serving should reach them in time ,to help' No. __PROBATE. "'.

the United States and_ Canada. I to peaceful pursuits when the war enjoyed 'it.Coburn At the top of the envelope on the ,GEORGE ESTATE WILLIS OF TYSON '
There \were 12 registered member I is over. Hundreds of these efficient -I a month's leave. left write "Prisoner of War Mail? Deceased. jp ,
was given ;
Representatives from Florida, in-:I machines have been turned out He arrived in Tacoma, Washington, and in the spot where you ordinarilyput NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'
Deluding 'A, H. St. John of JaCkson-I at the Lakeland plant of the Food where his squadron is now based, a stamp write "Postage Free." To All Creditors and All Persons Ha.ving
-
'Yille, president of the I Machinery Corporation. I I Thursday of last week. He crossedthe It makes the envelope look queer, Said Claims Estate:or Demands Against

sociation. Mr. Small is secretary--! country by commercial air line, but that's the way jt's supposed to I You, and each of YOU, are ,
association for this hereby
treasurer of the Veteran Denied Work be done. notified and required to
flying to Chicago, Atlanta, Tampa and demands present any;
1
ta tee and Fort Myers, and arrived in The addresses are: ,'either Of.3'OU, ma3' whichainst, tho'; i
In all there were 218 association ]I estate
At Tampa ShipyardTAMPA of George Willis
Js Tyson, ,
f Clewiston Monday afternoon. He Jr., deceased '
-
members present f om.t. is countryand i Lt. Gadsden M. Ford, I late of Hendry County.,Florida..'
to report ,to Tacoma when his leaveis to the Hon. R; M. Harris, County
Canada: American POW 1540 Hendr Judge'of !
I I Oct. 6-(FNS)-Following over. Although he has been given Stalog Luft III, Germany, in his office County In ;the and County file the Courthouse same,

:Use Serial Number In complaint of a returned veteran no indication of what future plans I G-3869, w within In eight Hepdry calendar County, Florida-
I the Army has for him he says pilots months rrom 'o'
that he was denied work at via New York, New:.YorkftU.;. S. A. I the. date of the first PUblication hereof. ",!.
usually are, transferred to'duty train- i. *--n l. Said claims or demands ;
Inquiry For SoldiersIf I Tampa shipyard: because he lacked and others after they are replaced Inl I Lt. E. 0. Ward, ': -, ant tain and the to legal be address or the ViS":';
funds to pay the union fee, ., sworn to and presented1
the fighting He thinks American as aforesaid,
area. POW 4174 ;;: or same will tie barred
threatened action by the Veterans See iI
would rather enjoy that for a, Interned at Oflag, 64 B, ':' ..: Act. Section 120'ot the 1933 Probate"
it becomes necessary .to make !of Foreign Wars, the union involved while'l ..,
announced this week that the but hopes. soon to get back in Germany, \ Dated September 14, A. D,' 1943. :
EH inquiry to the War Department combat zone. via New York, N. Y. ,J
practice of requiring fees from returning DOLISKA JUNIA TYSON, '
I "f.
concerning the status of a _soldier, / As Executor of the Last Will '--.
veterans would be discon-
either enlisted man or officer, the The and Testament ot George Willis :;
lucky ones this week
I were
would Tyson. Jr-. '
tinued and such service men Ed Hamilton' Is- I deceased.
public is requested to give his serial I First publication
): Carlisle on September ? _
Redish
:Jbe permitted to join the union without who was home over 1943. IS,
number, it was stressed today at .:
Servi.ce'Com paying the initiation fee. This the week end, Campbell Nail, who I Sept. 17, 23, Oct. 1, 8.

;mand Headquarters: Atlanta, ,Fourth Ga. I hurried action by the union followed ( fro Page 1) I I came down with Frances for a hur-\I -
publicity given the matter in local agriculture and development all are
made in view of ried visit during the week, and Co-
The request was I :: I I
and state papers. essential. We have a great chance Johnson's
experience: which has ,shown that I I to become a leader in aviation in the I' ,burn Moore, who walked, in on the Fish CampNear

much time is wasted by War Department FRANCIS T. WHITEHAIR post-war period Certainly, we must. family unannounced Monday even- ( Hurricane Gate) .
personnel and the person RECEIVES PROMOTION work and plan toward that end. We ing and has three weeks at home. Clewiston, Fla.. '
making the inQuiry-whethef writ- must work for an increased tourist Carlisle went back to Jacksonville Boats and Motors-Guide Service

ten or oral-if the number is not (DeLAND, Oct. 6FNSFrancisP. business, as well as increased agri- Sunday night. The Nails returned I Rates ReasonableW.

given when the initial inquiry is Whitehair, runner-up in the last cultural and industrial develop- to Madison Thursday for a short H. Johnson, Mgr. I I'

made.It gubernatorial campaign, received a I l ments. Mosquito control .is another visit before Campbell 'returns to :

is pointed out that many mem- promotion from the Navy Depart-I of our problems in this district .....-
'bers of the armed forces have identical ment to the rank of lieutenant-com- that must be solved. I
and the only ,method of
names mander.
"Our farmers and cattlemen must
absolute identification is by serial Following his graduation from be encouraged and their interest

number. Any other pertinent facts the School of Military Governmentat protected. Industry must not be
'concerning the soldier and which last June '
Columbia University ,
neglected, but fostered and engen-
can be included in the inquiry is of Whitehair served as an instructoon dered-consider the opportunitiesfor It YOU
"benefit and much time and material the subject of Naval law. He ,.
food processing, dehydrating
can be saved by giving all data pos- then served on active sea duty in plants, canneries and others-con- tan'16J". :I;:_ t ,
sible as it often requires correspon- the Atlantic. I
sider the advantages for small in- N.
-dence for complete information before -I Whitehair left last week for an dustries." 4v:

the request or inquiry can assignment in the Pacific area I t r3. .
f
acted upon.Millard. I With Our Buy
FIRE DAMAGE LURES INSECTSFire I Boys- 1 ;R.

Caldwell To __ I
War BendsN
is responsible' for the great- (Continued from Page 5)

Run For Governor er part of all damage to both young with them about the first of the year.I / *

growth and mature timber, accord- "Always thinking of the old $4i
i.
ing to the U. S. Forest Service. Fire, home town, )
TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 6-FNS- .1
damages and weakens trees, making Sgt. Phelix Slonaker." I Azd'fi'i'

"The announcement that Millard j I them easy prey, for,insects. and wood Well Phelix does surprise us with I
Caldwell, former congressmanwould rotting fungi. the thevannouncement the ry .oa f' 4.

enter the race for Governor'was' I I : ing marriage.He apvroach-j
number of West Florida I '
carried by a "
Transportationt9jqf civilian and : 15'tlngY'\vith details, but ..11
papers last week. ,t: ", I I I '
military passengers by sleeping .car furlough, will be granted him long I
Caldwell, able and experienced, !continues to exceed all records, 'with enough to visit Clewiston with his il i

Is well qualified 'for the office and .the passenger-mile volume of the bride, so everyone can wish him ij iI I

can be counted upon to-' run good;Ii Pullman Company' more than 52 percent the best or luck and happiness. R+x ; I
: '* *.' lilt ,
race.An above the previous'year..
'
official announcement from I And incidentally, folks back .\

'Caldwell is expected shortly. He Pilot Tells Of home, the post office department, '
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has been carrying on a state survey all the way from* the Clewiston force!I \l JJw t Open a savings account..,keep It growing
and is reported to have been given \ -a 'J to the Army points of embarkation';

considerable encouragement. (Continued from Page '1)., >Vture" are deeply concerned with the way
Particularly strong in west and did. rise some, and i: you aren't mailing Christmas pack-
,north Florida Caldwell should cut men left early last week thether-I II ages to those boys 'overseas. They Buy War Bonds & Stamps

3n on 'Green in this section and his:: I I niometer -was around 50. 3. I know that many'of you have mailed

supporters' claim he will develop There were bases on: several of packages and they also know that
plenty of strength in other sections I I the islands and Coburn said. he I dozens of you haven't. They say it

'When the campaign gets under way. happened be on the wrong, island)I II will be impossible to get them de-

I I every time one of the entertainers]I livered in time, 'unless they are sent

Amphibian Tank Makes from the States were up there. How- in right away. ,So get busy and get

ver, others of the men did see and 1 them off. Take time to pack them
Rescues In Everglades I I enjoy Bob Hope, Marjorie properly and above all to address

Edgar Bergen and others ne'noldg'l them plainly] and correctly. Let's

CLEARWATER, Oct. 6-FNS) the trip into the Aleutians to bring try to avoid having any Clewiston)

-The' Roebling amphibian tank I I cheer and 'entertainment to them. I I boys miss receiving something!'

used by Florida-trained U. S. Ma- Coburn's splendid physical con-, from home at ,Christmas. I -



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