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Creation Date: November 26, 1943
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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: VOLUME 14-NUMBER 52 CLEWISTONt FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2C, 1943 SUBSCRIPTION-2.00 PER YEAR


;- ; ANNUAL SALE OF OPA Warns of Ceiling 'DEPUTY j: COLLECTOR Young Peoples Club I TRAINER. CRASHIS

'Prices On Gun Shells/ Forming Orchestra

CHRISTMAS SEALS I HERE DECEMBER 1 FATAL TO TWO

.The hunter, desperate for shells,
who than $1.38 for a box The recently organized Young Peonpies
I pays more John H. Maloy, Jr., deputy collector Club has completed its organiza-
NOW UNDERWAYThe is paying too much, Harold P. Anderson AT RIDDLE FIELD
of internal revenue will be in I tion and now has a roster of full'!
in Tam-
head of the OPA office
this section next week to assist tax- fledged members Jimmie Davis is''
pa, said in reference to the opening '-
I payers in making their estimated president; A. J. Thielen, vice presi-I
37th Annual Christmas Seal ,of the season. The ,deaths of Ale Robert C. Bow
: ,sale of the Florida Tuberculosis and I I I Anderson invited hunters to report I Mr.decoration Maloy'is for particularly December 15th anxious, 1943.to Evelyn dent; Geneva Lee, treasurer.Thielen, secretary- and ian man, 26, of Canton, Ohio, and Civil-

Health Association is underway and I black market operators to the OPA. Flying Instructor Fred G. Howe,
remind farmers that "all farmers
The club is interested in organizing 30
\ :sheets of the seals have been mailed "That's' the only way we are go-j 1 the were announced by Major' Ben-
under income tax provis- orchstra
I I' come an and a number of
jamin
to prospective rpuchasers by state ing to get shells at a fair price, said J. Durham, Jr., commanding
ion, whereby they must file an esti- those who have had experience or Officer of
the 75th
Anderson. AAFFTD Rid
and local chairmen. at
mated declaration on or before the who can play various instrumentsand dIe Field.
Mrs. Spessard L. Holland is state I "There isn't any doubt but shellsare The airplane crash caus-
1.0'be) 15th of ,December, whether _they are working toward an orchestra of ing their
deaths
''Christmas Seal chairman, and F. i being held off the market occurred approxi-
on a calendar or a fiscal year. their own.
Deane Duff is chairman of'the Hen- sold at fancyjrices, and we're not mately 5 miles north of the fieldon
dry County sales. "Something new going to get them until a few have Mr. Maloy will be in Clewiston The club met Wednesday night to the Benbow'' Farms, at 9:15 A. M.
December 1st, at the Post Office complete plans for an initiation Saturday .
has been added-even to Christmas been reported. party November 20,. during a
I from 9:30 A. M. to 5 P. M. and for a dance which routine
to
,Seals," says the letter accompanying Other OPA CeilingsThe > they hope training flight..
.. the seals. "This year, new wartime OPA ceiling on shells is $1.381 John' L. Fahs, Collector of Internal arrange for some date in the near I AC| Bowman was receiving his final -
activities dwarf the old duties of the for 12 guage, and $1.32 for 16 and, Revenue for the District of Florida future. I instruction in the primary phaseof
tuberculosis association. Tuberculosis 20 gauge. Single shells are seven' says: Farmers are defined as Actual members of the training prior to his graduation
\ has gone to work in wart cents each. However, anyone who persons who derive at least 80% of tion are Laura Ann ol.ganiZa-1 into advanced type aircraft.

plants and ,factories, in shipyards, might pull one shell out of a box and their estimated gross income from Cleary, Dolores Ross, Sally Baxter, Mr. Howe, who has resided for
t and behind the lines right in our own j sell the remaining 24 for $1.68 farming. This means from the oper- Janice Wynn, Gloria McDuffie, Mar- some' time in Miami, recently returned
( country. would be''considered in violation of ation of stock, .dairy, poultry, or garet VonMach, Barbara Morrison,] from the AAF Central Instructors

"Every day men are being rejected the law. truck farm, or plantation, ranch; A. J. Thielen, George Bragg, Geneva School at Randolph Field, Texas,
: at induction centers because of Single shells, he said, mean onlya nursery, range, or orchard, and Thielen, R. .1 Broussard, Marilyn where he had completed a 'course of
tuberculosis-much of it unsuspect- few, perhaps enough to load a gun. would not mean or include an as- Davis, Ralph Maules, Marguerite specialized training as primary

l ed until the piercing eye of the X- The ceiling on .22 shells is, 21 sistant" or manager, or other person, Mizelle, Jimmie Davis, Renee Weth- flight' instructor.
ray revealed it. They 'are shocked cents for a box of 50 short, and 34 employed on a straight salary basis. ington, Marvin Blount, Bill Click, Major Durham stated that a
F and confused.: They are ,frightenedand cents for long. Each may be sold All taxpayers other than farmers Bill Andrews, Danny Brooker and I competent board of officers had been
f need help. Christmas Seals I singly at one cent each. who file on a calendar year basis| Evelyn Lee.Legion appointed to investigate the acci-
'. this assistance. and who were required to file an i I .
make possible An Associated Press dispatch from dent.E
"Many, of these men need hospital- Tallahassee Thursday said the War estimated return on Form 1040-ES I Dance Saturday i J. Smith, engineering and
r jzation. Their families need to be Production board had allowed 80,000 on or before September 15, 1943, operations officer at the field stated

X-rayed to find any tuberculosis more shells for Florida right away and who paid one-half of the tax AuditoriumA that this accident is only the second
which may have spread to them. and 800,000 would be allowed for shown to be due at that time, are Sugarland fatal accident, involving altogether
r They need guidance on healthful the whole season. required to pay the balance of the three deaths, in the primary phaseof
information to tax on or before December 15, traniing since the school
how
living and on benefit is was
Anderson said it was essential that 1943'1 dance being sponsored -
Notices will be mailed to these activated.
protect and guard the lives of little these do not get in the hands of by Post No.' 93 of the American Mr. '
children that they may not become black market operators. payers showing the amount I Legion at Sugarland Recreation Howe is survived by his parents -
victims of this disease, which runs of December 15, 1943. There will Center November 27th, beginning at Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Howe,
"" riot in the wake of war. I no doubt be ,a number of taxpayers | 10 o'clock. I of Miami, who have visited him

f "Through the years, the Christmas who were unable to correctly estimate several times in Clewiston. ABC|
r. Seal has found and fought tuber- New Advertising And I the amount of tax due for the I I Bowman is survived by his wife and
culosis. It has told the story year 1943 when they filed their Sep' FOOTBAL-L. 1 son, who recently moved to Moore
", throughout Florida of waste and Subscription Rates Go I tember 15th returns, and they are Haven to be near him, and by his

want caused by tuberculosis., Now, In Effect December 1 allowed to file amended returns on I parents in Canton, Ohio.,
in England, there is an increase of or before December 15, 1943. JI
17 % of tuberculosis i in children. This In view of the substantial penal CLEWISTOX Yanks Team Is WinnerOf

must not happen here. Your con- Effective December 1st,. the fol- ties that are imposed for failure to Vs.MOORE ,
tribution'will help to prevent it. lowing advertising, rates will be in properly comply with' the internal I Bowling TournamentThe

: There's'' a life-saving work for every effect; revenue laws, Collector _Fahs urges HAVEN '
.\' dollar."Bjiy.' Display advertising, 45 cents per'I all persons who have doubt with -, I "Pre-Crop Bowling Tourna-

r: '- Christmas Seals' -as you b:y ,"column inch per-issue. respect to their liability: to contacthis I .RTuesday At 8 P.\ ?I.:' .., ,ment," which was opened September"
War Stamps-generously., They are Classified advertising, 3 cents'per field 'deputies for the: purpose of !i ....t'.. : .. 4 '. '14th, came to a delayed\conclusion
.
r, your protection against this age- word; minimum 35' cents. obtaining the desired information. l In Clewiston this week and the teim'ot Yanks

old enemy. They cost. so little-they. Subscription,. $2.50 per year. 1 came out winners of first place in
do, so much.Turkey-.. Subscription .t6 servicemen_ $1.50 the tournament.
f per year. Bombadier Home From Italy; I This team is composed'of EricThom'as
These rates are an increase over Bobby Hare, George Yon, S.
Shoot Varies
;, former prices, and are made necessary L. Eckman, Carl Anderson and
by 'the increased cost of pro- Bombed Nazis On 50 Missions' Clarence Benbow. .,
Legion Weekly Meeting I
duction. The tournament- was' cheduled in
Until December first, both renewal t close a few weeks ago, b ;tiov r"i:
s I
The Kiwanis Club varied its week- and new subscriptions will Staff Sergeant A. L. Moorman arrived -,, their training together, were assigii-I-Q.!!. reasons, several- : of the teams had
ly meeting this week and held a be received at the present rate of in Clewiston Monday night: ed to the same j omb group and went I to postpone, their scheduled games.
barbecue supper and turkey -shoot $2.00 for regular subscriptions and after 9 months'overseas service in theMediterranean I overseas together. Every time the Each person who entered paid an

at the Boy Scout camp on the ridge $1.00 for servicemen. On Decemberfirst theater of war,. with! i I base was moved both'w nt along, entry- fee, and the money was usedto
instead of a dinner meeting;, at th? the new rate will be in effect. this Air Medal and nl'neoak_ leaf and Jack left Bob overseas "some- purchase war stamps for prizesto

I clusters as evidence of his gallant where in Italy." He says Bob, now the'. winners.
Inn.A service as bombadier. Overjoyed at also a Staff Sergeant, is in the In-I
supper of barbecued ribs, slaw,, Medal
I' salad and coffee was prepared oven! Dr. Genge AssumesHealth I'his safe arrival were his uncle and telligence Section of the bomb group I Awarded WeeklyFor

the open fire and served picnic style aunt, Mr. and Mrs E. L. Stewart,] and that he talked to him the day Raid Costing Life
r to the Kiwanians and a large. number Unit Duties) with whom he made his ,home for before he left Italy.
t- of guests. several years, his wife, the former I During his stay overseas Jack -" -
Dr. Victor P. Genge of Tavareshas Beth Nail and their 10 months' old was based most of the time in North Ii Lieutenant Pharia E. Weekley, son
r Turkeys were won by _Dr. J. ,W. assumed charge of the High- son, whom his dad had never seen. j I j I[ Africa, moving to Italy only a month of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Weekley of

F t "Eerner.Ezelle, Dr.Guests 0. W.attending Rigby and Carl M.E., lands-Glades Health Unit replacing Jack has to his credit 50 bombing]1|'before he completed his fifty mis-I LaBelle, was awarded the Distinguished -

were Dr. Paul J. Coughlin, who was recently missions totalling 194 combat hoursl sions and was sent home. He said I Flying Cross, for his par-
VonMach, Jay W. Moran, Bill' transferred to Tallahassee.Dr. and included in the list of his missions the Italians are more friendly and ticipation in the Ploesti raid on Au-
Walker, A: E. Oliver, O. W. Rigby,'I) Genge has been at Tavares for are such names as Rome, Pan- the country a more pleasant coun- gust 1st. The award was made
S. L. Crochet John Sullivan
Harry six months as director of the Lake talleria, Sicily, ,Lampedusa, Naples, try than North Africa, and he thoughtthe posthumously, as the war depart-
Vaughn E. E. C' -
Kelly, F. Wheeler, County Health Department, and priorto and other locations which he does boys would enjoy it more. In ment has notified the parents of
';- C. V. Parkinson, O. A. Jones, C. W. that time was connected with the not mention "because the boys are North Africa he was in camps visit- Lt Weekley, first reported: missingin
Fuller;: H. A. Bestor, C. L. McLen- state board of health in Mississippi.Dr. still working on them." His rough ed by Jack Benny, Bob Hope and, action, that it has been 'ascertained -
don F. E. Conkling W. Lanier I
H.
"" Genge received his M. D. degree est mission, he says, was his first-- Frances Langford, and enjoyed the that he was killed inv action
J. K. Rogers C. E. Berner 0. 1
A.
ins
from Tuft's Medical College the skip-bombing of Italian shippingin marvelous entertainment put on by on August 1st. The mission which
Ward, Otto Larsen, G. Phelps, Edward Boston and interned at the city hospital -| the Mediterranean last March 31st. these troopers for the servicemen.He brought him the coveted medal cost
;; Wells and Olin Waters.
in Boston. He was a: captainin This was the most dangerous of all, said the food, regular army his life.
" I Ii the U. S. Army medical corps because in such bombing the planes rations, was good, although most of I The war department, in announcing -
i f' Hendry County Needy stationed in England and France fly low and straight over their target the time there was not as much fresh I: the awards, said that the raids
during the first World''Val' and receiv'ed ; "we make such good targets meat as they had in the States.In on August, 1st on the Ploesti oil refineries -
Are Paid Gash Grants a citation for efficiency. I ourselves when we are bombing like describing the bombing missions destroyed 42 percent of the

Dr. Genge is. married, and his I that," said Jack. His plane, a B-25, Jack paid tribute to' the ships total Rumanian refining capacity ina
r During the month of September! wife and eight year old daughter,I twin-engined bomber, came through} they flew-"those B-25's are real I devastating blow at vital Axis war
98} persons in Hendry County received Patricia Ann, have moved with him that tough assignment without even planes and I was glad to be assigned economy. 1,548 officers and enlisted -
public assistance ,amounting to Sebring. The couple has two a scratch. ) to them. They can really take it. I men of the United States

.to $1,573.50 in cash grants through sons also, Grayton, stationed with "We were Just lucky"-we were Our plane got shot full of holes often.Army Air forces, who participatedin
'the state Welfare board, according the Navy in the South Pacific and lucky all the way through," said the but ''we always came safely back to the low-level bombardment at-
.. to a report submitted by the board another son, Victor, a senior at .the bombadier. "We sometimes camp our base." He said the trip to the tack were given decorations.
:Monday: University of Mississippi. home with holes all through the target was the worst-the strain of I Brigidier ,General E. G. Ent, then

[ Of this amount $1,287 went tal ------ ship, but we never lost a man, and anticipation was the greatest ordeal I commanding general ninth bomber
: '-, '87 persons-in the form of old age assistance Legion Carnival To Be never' had a serious injury. Our of all. "Once you come in for the I command, who led the mission, was
3 recipients of aid to the\ crew of six men, when we were re. bombing run," he said "you have no awarded the oak leaf cluster to the
,, L-I paid a left at all. You ,are really distinguished service medal. Gen-
) were Held All Next' Week lieved, were the same six men we feelings :
and $244.00 went .to 8 families (18I I started with." I on the ball. You know it's' you or I eral Ent wrote Mr. and :Mrs. Week-
'
,', 4 r :children) receiving aid to dependents Jack has been in the air corps two the other fellow and every nerve in ley, following the failure of their son
l Children, 'I An American Legion carnival will years. He first received airplanemechanic's you concentrated on making it the to return from the raid that "he is
, ;; "Public assistance payments which open in Clewiston Monday night, No- training at Sheppard! other fellow. Boys who are in train= I one of the real heroes of the war"

I;, 'have increased steadily since July,I' vember 29th, and will run for a period Field, Texas, and then was sent to ing should realize that no matter I --- --
1937, when joint state and federal of one week on the lot opposite Inglewood California, for a factory how tough or how dangerous their SCHOOL BUILDINGS ARE

r i funds were 'first used 'for this purpose !I the Clewiston Fire Department., The course-a technical _school on the training routine is, the actual combatis I BROKEN X INTO FRIDAY
" t' now constitute an important show has shown for various Legion B-25 twin-engines. Following that worse, and that no amount of
. t payroll in all the counties of the posts and comes well recommended., he was selected for bombadier train- training can be too much to prepare j Both buildings of the Clewiston
I "State, it was_ pointed out by State Operating only a small unit this ing and went to Columbia, S. C., for them for what is ahead. It wouldbe school were broken into Friday night,
r Welfare Commissioner Leland W. season, the carnival will consist of this course. He was then assignedto suicide to go into combat with- (apparently by misled youths, as no
Hiatt. He added that additional G riding devices, a limited number Walterboro, S. C., and later to de out enough training that you can real damage was clone, except for
'revenues, voted by the 1943 ses- of merchant concessions and a Ridder, Louisiana from which field hold your nerve steady, through two windowscreens, which were cut.
"sion of the Legislature, would bring splendid free act, which is changed he went to a port of embarkation dangerous things." Some of the soft drinks, which
added benefits to the needy during daily. There is no admission to the I overseas. After the bombs are gone, the crew were stored in the building by the
the ,current fiscal grounds and the show owners have While enrolling for one of hiss I really relaxes and enjoys the return I school athletic association, were de-
year.I assured the Legion 'that they will) training courses at Columbia he dis- trip, they sing, read magazines, and ',stroyed. As far as could be learn-

-:- \ f Does your boy and girl,- in the provide 'clean, harmless amusement I covered that Bob Logan was in the Jack says he has even gone to sleep ed no_ money or articles of value

-service get The Clewiston News? for all who attend. same group., He and Bob finished I (Continued on Page 4) were missing.
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It is ridiculous far
man to .
any

Needs .G .R UpORW criticize the works of another r
Reports
IKiUticn who has not distinguished him-

FA ON self by his own performances.


On U. S. Holdings AbroadForm k, -Addis Friendship m. always benefits; f

love
sometimes
Washington, D. C. The New York I Seneca. injures. i[

And Wire ,
Washington :
KEY ECONOMIST OUT With ready heart that faced his

TFR-500 Supplies Valuable Information Handsome, platinum -.haired Ec1 Admiral George Robert, who was like play, work 'i

Stake In Stettinius, acting secretary of state, Vichy's Governor at Martinique, is And joyed to find it greater every day.

Concerning. American Foreign telephoned "Assistant President" the honored guest of the U. S. Navy HENRY VAN DYKE.

Lands Aids Reconstruction. Jimmy Byrnes, asked that he car in a suite at the luxurious NormandyHotel How divine a thing a woman

a meeting of the War Mobilization San Juan, Puerto Rico. He may be made.-Wordsworth.

cabinet to consider cancellation of will get a free ride to France on a
Optimism is
Spanish ship The Berlin radio the faith that
By BAUKHAGE I war contracts where foreign countries leads to achievement.
variouswar now follows traitor Robert Best's Nothingcan
involved. Already
News Analyst and Commentator. are be done without
.
hope.-
N newscasts with this
contracts- being cancelled, : "Mr. Best Helen Keller.

WNU Service, Union Trust Building:, affected by the war. Also there is and some of the cancellations, espe speaks for himself and does not rep-

Washington, D. C. the question of claims for damageto cially those involving the purchaseof resent the opinions of this station"

Jones landed American property. metals, -mean breaking commitments During Sec'y Knox's tour of
When Paratrooper
"plop" in the midst of a field he had There are more than 100 people in to foreign governments. Europe (on his return via the South

never heard of in a country he had the state department alone who are Byrnes agreed, called the meet- Atlantic by plane) he learned the

only read about fn books, he was now working on postwar plans. One ing. On the morning set Stettinius pilots had! never been initiated over eif

able to lead his comrades direct to of the most important phases of this phoned again. the Equator. Playing Father Nep-

certain building whose purpose, work is the reopening of trade with "We've got to call off the War tune, Mr. Knox then initiated them

importance a construction and con- the war areas as well as the rest of Mobilization cabinet meeting," he by mixing a drink for both. It was aav ....
cold chkken: mixed with .r.itnn. t
tents, almost down to the last nut the world. Of course, the terms un said. soup orange

and bolt, were all known in detail der which the trade is reopened may "Why?" asked the puzzled Byrnes. juice.

by the American high command. depend on the industrial possibilitiesof "Feis has resigned," replied Stet DlONNE

Paratrooper Jones knew just whereto the various areas; and how soon tinius. "He's the expert on foreignwar The Magic Lanterns: There was

get to the point he wanted to leave the controls of foreign exchange can contracts." He was referringto just one unfurling, so this space can

his dynamite and General Smith, at be dropped will depend, in a large Herbert Feis, economic adviserto be devoted to flickers good enoughto

the S. and the secretary of state. rate ome fresh orchids The QUINTUPLETSvseuvff
the headquarters, knew exactly the part, on extent pf the U.
damage that would result to the other foreign holdings of the obliga- "Well, can't you come to the meet- film that hit you hardest was "Heroic -

enemy when that dynamite went off. tions of the country in question. All ing and present your views to the Stalingrad-the City that StoppedHitler"

Neither would have had that information this will affect our exporters hereas cabinet?" suggested Byrnes. The finest allaroundjob

if a worried banker in well as American interests in "No," replied Stettinius, "Feis is out of Hollywood-"The Watchon .

U. S. A. hadn't painstak- foreign countries.The the only man who knows anything the Rhine," an improvement on
Bingville ,
its footlight version The most
ingly filled out Form TFR-500 which ; treasury department, as you about the subject. CHEST COLDS
talent-Iaden-"For Whom the Bell
the treasury department had sent know, has drawn up the White plan The special cabinet session. was "
Tolls which had
magical acting
postponed.
for international stabilization the
;
him.The Note Herbert Feis related by from the top-G. Cooper and I. Berg- To Promptly Relieve Coughingand
information asked for con- British government has the Keynes : Make Breathing Easier
I marriage to the late President Gar- man-to the tiniest bits, including
cerned American investments in foreign plan. At the first signs which may warn of a

lands, and the information the None of these projects, treasury I field, is a distinguished liberal econ- horses and guns. None of the cinema's cold-the Dionne Quintuplets' chests I
golden gals and youths were throats and backs
of are rubbed with
:Dmist appointed by Secretary
back made it officials said which af-
government got pos- to me vitally
Musterole-a I
State Stimson under Hoover. His in it, which gives you an idea product made especially
sible for it to get the detailed blue fect the postwar movements of trade to promptly relieve coughs and sore throat I
The laughingest film of recent
prints of the factory that Jones blew and capital, can be intelligibly resignation was handed to Hull due to colds, to make breathing easier
shortly after the resignation of Sum- months was "The More the Merrier" and break up local congestion in the
up from the American firm which planned and certainly cannot be put I
The most disappointingwere upper bronchial tract. I
had built it and, in this case, the into effect without adequate knowledge ner Welles, at which time Hull be- Crosby's "Dixie" and Hope's"Let's Musterole brings such wonderful relief I

construction engineer who had I of the value and type of United gan to sweep out liberals. When : because it's MORE than just an ordinary I

bossed the job. I States interests and the number and newspapers revealed this clean-out, Face It, high-priced 'jobs "salve." It's what so many Doctors I
that looked marked down : The and Nurses call a modern counter-
Hull held of Feis'resign'ation
function of these character of the up acceptance
The annoying having
persons film that promised most and deliv- irritant Since Musterole is used on the
TRF-500's which have already locat- those interests. left word that it be an- Quints-you can be sure it's just about

ed American investments in 102 nounced while he was in Moscow. ered less was "The Adventures of the BEST cold-relief you can buy!
Many other important business Tartu," which mixed England's best IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild .

countries, the largest single one of negotiations such as private loansto with Hollywood's corniest Theweek's Musterole for children and people with
DIES COMMITTEE DYING
which is million dollars and tender skin Regular for
seven foreign countries, direct invest- ; ordinary cases
the smallest forty dollars serves The Dies committee soon will release import was "Top Man, a and Extra Strong for stubborn cases.Musso's .
ments by American corporations
show case for young Donald O'Connor -
interim the
other exceedingly useful if not as an report, listing
furthering the good neighbor policy
,
and a roomful of bands-in
various Nazi and which
dramatic, purposes. will be affected by the informa- Jap groups Signature
short, juve and jive. Jump the ,
operated: more or less openly in this yarn Letters containing Mussolini's
Other FunctionsOne tion in the government's hands. For until Pearl Harbor under which is no jump, since it lies flat,
ountry autograph, once valued at $50
instance if the
official government can say the of tourist bureaus ,trade and you can revel in song and dance
pointedout
government definitely that in a certain area thereis names flippancies.The apiece, cannot be sold today for $5.
to another func- associations etc.
me important ,
very little capital invested in a
tion this information in It will be less sensationalthan
plays nonmilitary prosaic,
certain type of enterprise and it is
Dials: Edward Murrow and
wartime activities. He said with back-
previous.
: reports, a
"The \nore complete informationthe known such an enterprise might be nanded slap at the administration Larry Le Sueur, who rarely 'sugarcoat -' .

enlarged there, the government their broadcasts, sent word that 6
has the total for such to'
government on permitting things hap
might be able to encourage com- I the Reich is approaching its 1918 r'i
American stake abroad the
more
panies with foreign experience to I pen.Employees whimpering. And Howard K. Smith
successful will be the efforts of, our of the committee are
develop such an enterprise. Switzerland that the
forces on the fighting fronts, the I bemoaning the report's mildness. relays from

more quickly will the Allied Military \Committee funds are getting to the Nazi jails are loaded with sassy

Government be able to restore The Moscow Conference I point where,the house must be asked Nazis who are beginning to tellHimmler's

civilian activities in reoccupiedareas for more, but maybe the dough will goons to go heil themselves A- I\
Washington correspondents for the I Tojo, the dog-faced boy,
the better equipped our repre- associations not be forthcoming unless Dies can
and of thecountry's
press some
follows "The
bit his tongue as : en-
sentatives will throw the house far
be to safeguard the something more
metropolitan dailies as who defeated at the begin-
emy, was
interests of the American people sensational.The .
well as the network broadcasterslived ning is, in fear of the richness of
during the peace table discussions, only thing sensational that
on needles and pins for more to
trying
territory
and the sounder will be the workingout forthright Martin Dies can drag out our conquered :
than
a day and a half before the overwhelm our nation" Trans-
of postwar policies in the field of the "..ow concerns Communist influence
reached at
news
agreements lation "Here andshooting"
they boys
come
: ,
of international economic relation- among the Negroes, and he hesi-
Moscow
were released. You know who's good?
ships. tates to do this, fearing nation-wide DOROTHY
There have been bad leak- the marvel
telepathic
many Dunninger, ,
"This survey of American invest- repetition of the Detroit race riots.
ments abroad is an instrument of ages in advance of important inter- who takes words right out of your LAMOURn' x

national events recently. The state cranium before can mouth
you
vital importance to the future of this WHEAT UNCERTAINTIES
department, the Office of War In- them. He's probably dictating this pIg b" a Pam "
country. Most other world Though no announcement has been "lU ing the
powers formation and the Office of Censor- stat of is one
telepathy
plug right now by oweU-
have long since collected similar. made, inside word in the agriculture mount P e1lt domed,
ship have done their best to protect America's tastes range from
song h 0informed
formation. They not only know the department-is that wheat farmers manY star'VI
. American and radio the ditties in "Oklahoma" to the
holdings of their own nationals all newspapers will get a loan price of 90 percent 1I0UY"'otb powder.
against these violations of "Pistol Packin' Mama whichis InC.,
prema- corny Calox ,
over the world, but their relations : of parity, which is a 5 per cent use & Robbins
ture release of important stories the new name for "It Ain't Gonna McKesson
with those of other countries. Their increase over this year. Co on.
involving foreign countries. The Rain No Mo'. Bridgeport
plans are well formulated to protectand leaks Officials recognize that something tOO T"
have
develop these investments. Our usually come through attractive must be done to increase +
foreign officials who whisper a New York Melodrama: Years agoa Cl\lOl
government believes we should not wheat plantings. As it looks now,
few hints to of their showman befriended a
some Broadway
news- :
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be less well informed. plantings are going to fall below the
men friends. They also sometimesoccur young man .When The Young
This official had a particular rea- high goals set by the governmentan -
when news dispatches, radioedin Man suddenly acquired a job on the
son in discussing this situation with acreage increase of 14 million
advance for later release, are radio-to which he invited guest

me.First picked up by the enemy or are di- over this year. stars-the man who once befriendedhim Morse Famed Painter
he wanted to This farmers had the 85-per-
stimulate the
'vulged in neutral countries. year asked him to put his wife on the Samuel Morse, inventor of the
people who had received Form TFR- cent-of-parity loan, which acted to
American
"Don't be silly, was telegraph, was a famed
Every effort made to program
was prevent
500 in giving as complete a reportas support the price, plus both parity
wife is hasbeen.I painter.
the retort "your a
possible. such leaks in connection with the and conservation ,
payments pay- need 'names' for show!" .
Moscow conference. The my
Second, he desired wide publicity questionof ments. But congress ,has knocked

in the hope that other American citi- safety of the lives of British and out parity payments for next year, That fellow was has seven carried years a grudge ago, and all that the GET RHEUMATIC PAIN

American negotiators was involved.It .
zens, individuals, corporations, exec- leaving a margin of uncertainty as AFTER
utives of estates, trustees of charitable was feared that if the fact that to whether wheat will bring as muchas time Now it looks as thoughhe With a" Medicine that will Prove Half

the conference was over was pub- will even things .. The Young If suffer from rheumatic painor
flax you
organizations who sorghums
might be ableto or, grain or some
licly revealed, the enemy might be Man was recently inducted into the muscular aches,buy C-2223 today
furnish the other .
information desired, crop.Planting And the fellow who be- for real pain-relieving help. 60c $1.
the watch army
on to shoot down the
would get in touch with the treasury is now well along in the friended him-and was turned down Caution: Use only as directed. First

department and turn it over to the planes I carrying Secretary of State winter wheat belt, but it is reportedto bottle purchase price refunded by
of-
government. Hull and British Foreign Minister be a slack planting. Never has for a favor-is now a big shot druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223.

Eden and their parties. ficer He has requested OurHero's
much demand
there been
so by
RehabilitationAside services Owwww!
Some of us who were affected, farmers to know what the price is WNU-7 46-43

from. its value to militarymen learned on the Saturday before the going to be. And the official an- Nina
Marksmanship
the facts are exceedingly important Monday of their official release that swer is still withheld. Quotation :
Wilcox Putnam: Men are as trans-' o
to the
Allied officials who copies of the agreements had And when the announcement is
cellophane and as hard to
are administering rehabilitation in reached the state department earlier. made, it will be a loan figure of 90 parent as rapped in.

occupied countries. If they know We had guessed as much since remove, once you get up
cent of parity whereas farmers
per ,
them Thorne Smith: A voice
about a plant that has certain the President commented on the Them Cleanse the Blood
pro- would like to have 100 per cent, to almost as low as his intentions Help
duction facilities or trained success of the the of Harmful Body Waste
people agreement day
make for the loss of parity
up pay Dr. G. Vincent: So few of us really
who can be used in producing what before in his press and radio con- ments. Your kidney are constantly filtering
they desire it think; what we do is rearrange our waste matter from the blood stream.But
greatly helps their ference. We were told we would All this confusion comes at a ,time prejudices Margaret Case Har- kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
work. It has proved in Sicily, and receive copies as far in advance as when there is a greater demand for not act as Nature Intended-fail to remove -
riman Money is what you'd get II retained
will,prove in Italy, of great value possible which meant that someone : impurities that may
to wheat than this country has .eve? along beautifully without if only.oth poison the system and upset the whoLe
the Allied administrators to in- representing the various body machinery.
get news agen- known. In addition to the tremendous .
about it
people weren't so be nagging backache;
er crazy Symptoms
formation may :
concerning the citizens so cies and networks had to be on duty demand for wheat for flour, 450 Swift: Censure is the tax a persistent headache,attack of dizziness
that they"can pick those who are of day and night. Finally, the word million bushels have been used for getting up nights, swelling puniness
the for being of
known non-Fascist man pays to public under the eyes-a feeling nervou
leanings to cooperate came Monday morning that the mes- animal feed in the past 12 months, eminent Sir Robert Walpole: anxiety and loss of pep and strength..
with them. sages were available and they Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
were and still more will be needed for
Gratitude lively sense of future are sometimes burning scanty 01'too
The information also, of course given out at ten o'clock for releaseat
the same in the next frequent urination.
purpose year. M. Campbell:
favors Evelyn
is of There should be doubt that prompt
exceedingly valuable to one o'clock. We, therefore had no
,
many And the
beyond that
governmenthas Her face had been nicely chipped treatment Is wiser than neglectUee
the gvernment departments. three hours in which to digest the pledged another 50 million bush- Doan' PilU.Coaii't have been winning
I five separate'documents.. from granite. new friends for more than forty years.
Claims for Damage els for foreign relief. They have a nation-wide reputation.

Fortunately for me, the one All this explains why the gatesare One Palm Beach realtor reports Are recommended by grateful people the

Another thing that the state department o'clock release made it possible for being opened again to importsof most of the leases there. have been country over. Atk year utigMotlGoverriment

is called upon to do is to me to report the story a minute and wheat and barley from Argen- gobbled up Fred Allen's latest
assist
citizens in getting back their 19 seconds after it was given out on tina, for the first time in quantity news: That he resumes in Decem.

property in countries that have been my one o'clock network broadcast. since the drouth year.. bAr for the same sponsor.









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You might try breaking up crisp Now that steel wool has gone to By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. Little Leeway Sound Advice
left-over bacon and adding it to war, the bottom of your iron can Released Of The Moody by western Bible Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union. Insurance Alent-I take it that you Suzie-With all the good men in

muffin batter for supper. be kept clean if you will get into, s favor a straight life policy, sir? the armed services, it's pretty,
the habit of frequently rubbing it Client-Well, don't make it too bind hard looking for a husband these
I Small children will amuse themselves over a cloth pad that has been Lesson for November 28 ing; I like to step out once in a while. days.

E. for hours with an assort- sprinkled with scouring powder. Que-Just the same, if I were
*' Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Headlines: "Japanese on the de
ment of boards and boxes of different and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil you, I'd leave the husbands alone
F sizes and perhaps a sawhorse To prevent white sauce from becoming permission.of Religious Education; used by fensive. But they're' still most and look for a single man.,
offensive.
or two, with which they can lumpy, don't allow fat and
arrange all sorts of climbing' de. flour to become too hot before add- TRUTHFULNESS AT'ALL TIMES SunkFatherWell'son
vices. ing the milk. Stir in about one- His Line how are you
i -- half cup of milk very slowly as LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:16; 23:1 7; Warden-We must set you to marks at school?

f, Keep your cut flowers fresh by sauce thickens, then gradually add Matthew 5:33-37; John 84245. work. What can you do? Son-Under water.
GOLDEN TEXT-Wherefore putting
away
changing the water in the vase the rest of the milk and stir until lying speak every man truth with his Forger-Give me two weeks' Father-What' do you mean, under .
r, each day. Thoroughly wash the it all thickens. A successful white neighbor: for we are members one of an. practice and I'll sign all your water? ,
vase when the change is made. sauce is the mark of a good cook. other.-Epheslans 4:25.: checks for you.ZInCIQ Son-They're all below C level

I God hates all kinds of dishonestya
r fact which is emphasized by GRANDMA'S IDEA FOR COLDS' ACHES
THERE IS PA4iI.Syi
the additional commandment regarding She often used medicated mutton suet
l iTHlN Y It truthfulness which is beforeus -now many; mothers use Ponetro,
G MAKE NO ASPIRINsurer in this lesson. modem medication in a base contain-
ing mutton suet. Rub on-double
t' '- stronger, or faster than genuinepure God is truth, that is, the very essence : action relieves colds' muscular aches
St. Joseph Aspirin. Clinically, as
of His nature is truth. In
coughing. ((1) vaporizes to comfort
P doctor judges aspirin, no aspirincan '
your do more for you. World's largest Him is no darkness at all (I John stuffy nose (2) outside, stimulates at
t tI seller at 10(1.( Get St. Joseph Aspirin. 1:5). Lying or false witness there- Most men would learn if they spot where applied. Get Penetro.

, ( fore reveals a character opposite to could acquire knowledge without I
I God. Hence we are not surprisedto humiliation_ of being taught.

Industrial and Farming find in our lesson that Satan is a Time may be money, but most of us Pull the Trigger onLazyUlnnards"
',. While the United States has be- liar and the father of lies, and that can spend money-in no time.

I come an industrial nation, the pro- liars are his children.I. Money lost in speculation Is
. ; portion of its land devoted to farm- The Nature of a Lie (Exod. dropped by men who are tryingto

r., ing has irfcreased from 15.6 per 20:16; 23:1, 7)., pick it up.
cent in 1850 to 55.7 cent in 1940.
per The commandment against false
Critics are like brushers of oth-
. witness brings before us one form of er people's clothes. ,
lying-for it has to do with perjury,

f ff For ONLY '1 O/Now that court.is, the telling of an untruth in ments One without can easily writing remember them his down.compli-

Facts are, stubborn things, but
Less thank
0 This is one of the worst forms of
1. -' you can do just about anythingwith .
lying, because it may result in the
( Transfer No. Z9585. statistics.
" ,
one against whom it is practiced los-

: f. DANHOLDER styles to please 112b8p ing his liberty, his life or his prop- ,
: everyone. ,There is a pair of erty. It may mean the destructionof Hothouse Lambs V

; f plump, pink "porkers," flower be- w 4I I III his good reputation.It WHEN CONSTIPATION makesyoufeelpon*

, decked, to protect your hands from is obvious, however, that the Sheep born in the fall and early 'as the dickens, brings on stomach upset
: hot pans; a coy peach is wooed by dose commandment covers all forms of winter, when sold in the suckling sour taste, gassy discomfort take Dr.
t p a boy pear for, another gay duo. Use a directed lying, whether in business, in social stage between two and four Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly pull
The round-eyed twin babies would only as contacts, in the home, or in the months of age, are known as hot- the trigger on lazy"innards",and help you

t, surely call your attention to the t church. We might do well to con house lambs, says Pathfinder. The feel bright and chipper again.DR. .
I pan that was boiling 'dry. Plate sider what the Bible has to say animals not only have to be raised CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna

I sugar and creamer panholders about whisperers, talebearers, backbiters with special care, but they consti- laxative contained good old Syrup. Pepsin
: i duplicate your best china. The fifth and others (see Lev. 19:6; tute only one in about every 25,000 to make it so easy to take.

set of panholders is for you to II Cor. 12:20). A man's 'reputation sheep slaughtered here annually. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparationsin

, piece from your prettiest' prints. Clearance may be as easily ruined by a whispered Consequently, their meat is a palatable prescriptions and agreeable to make to the take.medicine So be more sura

"f a "How do you like the way I've lie over the back fence or the rare and expensive delicacy and your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin.
t E fixed up my den?,What would you luncheon table as by formal per- most of it is purchased by fine res- favoriteof
Due to an unusually large demand and INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the
, current war conditions slightly more say it needs as a finishing touch?" jury in the courtroom. taurants and other luxury trade. millions for 50 years,and feel that whole-
I time is required in filling orders for a "A- match." II. The Practice of Lying (Matt. some relief from constipation. Even finicky
, few of the most popular pattern, numbers. 5.33-37)). The gaily enameled unit insigniayou children love it. Caution: take only as
,, t, These five sets are Included In Transfer The people of our Lord's day (and see on a soldier's lapels and directed on the label.
No. Z9585. The price Is 15 cents. Send
your order to: who can say that the custom has overseas cap are reproductions of i
, ar4 iCq fro iialLNON stopped) were in the habit of telling his regimental shield displayed in .CAliWELLSSENNA )

t rt: AUNT MARTHA lies and then trying to make others the center of the eagle on his regimental .

( 207W Wcstport Rd., Kansas City. Mo. ouNC[ believe them by an oath. flag. It's a part of U. S.

Enclose 15 cents for each pattern NOND d wd They would swear by heaven, or Army tradition. Traditional, too, LAXATIVE

/ desired. Pattern No. ............ the throne of God, or some other is the Army man's preference for
N sacred thing and thus try to Camel cigarettes. (Based actual CONTAINED IN SYRUP PEPSIN
: Name ............................... enforce on 1
i their false word. sales records from service men'sown

Address ............................. The liar is always under neces- stores.) It's a gift from the
'f I Our lllth War sity of doing somethi perhaps folks back home, that always AT FIRST
1'i telling another lie-to cover his rates cheers. And though there are .D
its conflicts
Counting with the In-
dians, the United States has beenat falsehood. When his comfort or advantage Post Office restrictions on pack- GHOFAO",
111 times. seems to be endangered be. ages to overseas Army men, you
; I Elected After Defeat I war cause he is not believed, he bringsan can still send Camels to soldiersin 666
oath to bear upon his statement. the U. S., and to men in the USE 1

Jesus taught the great virtue of Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard r
Of the 25 presidential candidates simple living and simple speech. A wherever they are.-Adv. 666 TABLETS.SALVE NOSE DROPS

t vho ran for the office one or more plain "yes" or "no" is usually sufficient -
r times after their first defeat, only for the situation. Qualifying
r six were elected. They are as follows -
words are apt to lead us astray. -'l
t : John Adams in 1796, Thomas The life of a Christian should be so

Jefferson in 1800, John Quincy a true and above board that no oath ,
Adams in 1824, Andrew Jackson in ,
: should be needed to assure one of : : I y
,, 1828, William H. Harrison in 1840 his sincerity and honesty. WOMAN m (
and Grover Cleveland in 1892 for
Since not all are Christians, it is
r his second term. -Buy War Savings Bonds- i a necessity that men be placed tinder THE WAR .

i some kind of oath or affirmationin Ethel Brett, who works in ,y.
judicial matters. Hence we need a U. S. Navy Yard, agrees
not interpret this Scripture as forbidding with the men in the Navy

I I It may an be oath well in court.to say a word who favorite.have flavor made"Camels,and Camel they have don their a .
Is So Good grand
: Why I about too ? common swearing among in general.men, It women is all get my throat" she says.

and children. No Christian should

; 4 For Relieving Miseries of ever be guilty of it, or that which 'V
I sounds like it. We need admoni- CAMELS

: : tion and correction at that point.III. GIVE ME JUST /
.L The Soured of All Lies (John
: ChUdrens Colds 8:42-45). WHAT I WANT_' \ ,\F,

The devil is a liar, and the father A MILDER
i of lies.. Liars are members of his

More than two generations ago-in and keeps on working for hours-to family. Jesus said it, "Ye are of SMOKE THAT ,
grandmother's day-mothers first discovered ease coughing spasms, help clear congestion your father the devil."
Vicks VapoRub. Today it is in cold-dogged upper breathing Liars had better consider their ALWAYS TASTES r f aFRESH

the most widely used home-remedy for passages,relieve muscular soreness "family tree" and see how they like AND ,4M
relieving miseries of children's colds. or tightness.It promotes restful sleep. ?
their spiritual father. He is lustful, s
And here is the reason. Often most of the misery of the cold DELIGHTFULCHECK
murderous and there is truth
in .
no
The moment you rub VapoRub on is gone by morningl That's why
the throat,chest and back at bedtimeit VapoRub is so good to use when colds him (v. 44). If you belong to that
starts to work two ways at once- strike.Try it! family would you not like to change
families and be born again into
God's family? CAMELS, WITH YOUR"TZONE"
Sadly enough the constant lyingof x
the world seems' to have infectedthe .
H ELD j-l RM If minds and hearts of Christians.
The"T-ZONE"-Taste and Throatis
, Instead of cleansed
being from this
the
proving ground for cigar
worldly defilement they carry its aw -' rettes. Only your taste and throat
: ful tendencies into the church. Is it ".' can decide which cigarette,tastes

not too true that gossip (which is best to you..".and how it affects
almost always lying), false witness your throat. Based on the experience
NOW WEAR YOUR PLAnS EVERY DAY- the tearing down of someone's good a) of millions of smokers,wo
HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAY name, is all too common in the believe Camels will" suit your
"T-ZONE" to a "T.
It's so easy to wear your plates regu2.. World's largest selling plate pow- church? Prove it for yourself! .'"'
larly-all day-when held firmly in der. Recommended by dentists for The great lie within the churih.
place by this "comforkusWon"over 30
, a dentist's formula., years. and one of Satan's prize exhibits. Ca
' 3. Dr. Wernet's powder Is econom-
.. Dr. Wernet's plate powder forms ica1averysmaUamountlastslongcr. is the falsehood of modern religious
soothing"comfort-cushion"between 4. Made of whitest,costliest ingredient liberalism (so-called) which is es
.I'
plate and gums-let's you enjoy solid -so pure you eat it in ice cream. sentially a denial of real New Testa
foods,.avoid embarrassment of loose Dr. Wernet's plate powder is pleas.plates. ment Christianity. Jesus said (v,
Helps prevent sore ant
gums. tasting. '
42) that if God is our Father we
All druggists *. Monty back If not delighted.
:. lI will accept Him as the Christ.
Note that in verses 45-47 Jesus
I a I His enemies
I I challenges to convict d4tt
Him of sin or of falsehood. No one v.. .
I I : I 1 t has ever been able to meet that

challenge.


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1943"
PAGE FOUR I j

in the friends there. Will appreciate hearing :- riving in time tcKshare: it with them !I their fourth greatest desire is to" :
hazards of growing up
the
The Clewiston News shadow of war. Young people can- from any or all of them. Best are: I talk to women who speak English.

not stand by waiting for the training of luck." ,' Jack said he found the best spot : :. '."i
*
In Clewlston, and preparation needed for solving Sergeant Vincent J. Oglesby, who on the ship-the bridge beside the .r ..
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON NEWS, the problems of the post war Mrs. Pete Christensen enjoyed a came down from Long Island, wherehe captain-so he could get the first. -", -! ,
Tnc. world. The time to protect and prepare visit of several days from her son, ,' has been stationed for several glimpse of shore on the return voyage -- ': :Ji: : j t
our young people is today.: To- J. C. Sealey, U. S. Navy: who was ,: and when the land of America ..:-' '
KEATIILEY: BOWDEX. Editor morrow will be too late. home from Arcata, California, on months. Vince is in the air corps, I first hove in sight, he was the hap. '.,' 'if:
Every woman-any womancanserve leave. J. C. was a star'football player and_ he has been catching up with piest man on earth: ;:;:

Entered as second clues mall matter 'girls through Girl Scouting. on the Moore Haven team a few his hunting since getting home. We Jack's leave expires December 6', '" '
February; 1, 1927 at the Pest Office in There's volunteer' war job ''for you years ago and many Clewiston boys bet he timed his furlough to come I and he is to report_ to rest camp in I
of
Act :
(March Clewlston 3,, 1897.Subscription Florida. under the -as troop- leader, assistant leader will remember playing against him.: during the hunting season, and we Miami for astay_ of several weeks be- ;
committee member, consultant. Will He left Saturday to jeturn to California are sure there's no happier way to ,More receiving further orders. '

Rate $:.QO Per Yenr.' you help? spend that spare time while on a II :. ,, :,.r::,
visit home. Good hunting) now and I "

Advertising Rate On Application. .:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. Mrs.John Don H.Pullen Pullen, ,is son now of!,enrolled Mr. and!as later i Vincent!.. Dennis Small Elected To \-.' .Lf.'J:;:.
"
Devoted to the advancement and wel- an aviation cadet in -the- Army Air J. B. Brantley;-U. S. Navy, arriv-I Office In State Ass'n. T,

fare of Clewlston, and Hendry County. Forces Pre-Flight 'School for Pilots ed home for a furlough with .his
With at Maxwell Field, Alabama. He parents, Mr. and Mis. J. L. Brantley. !I Dennis Small, t;
Tax '
Hendry County "
will be there nine weeks for inten- J. B'. has been stationed in Norfolk, :::
Assessor .
honored '
was at the recent
sive military, physical. and academic and is quite disappointed that he I
annual
meeting of the association ,
NATIONAL EDITORIAL OurBoys training preparatory to beginning has 'not been sent where. there's a of tax assessors, with election to the "
actual flight instruction. little more action.A. office of second vice-president. Mr.: :''l11'
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'nmSSOCIATION
W. Sias came up for a three- ,Small has just completed serving a :
in the A message from Ed Clark, now day stay here from Miami. Mrs. ;I term as secretary-treasurer' of the ,
J, stationed in Lakehurst, N. J., says Sias was there with. him for a month I association. \ l
he likes it and far hasn't frozen. r
so and he managed a three-day leaveto I ..... :
t He was stationed for a year in South come home with her for a short (;,.;,.
SCOUTS NEED HELP. Service :, America so it's quite a hop :up to stay. I '\
GIRL I I
1 New Jersey.. He said "I'm still thinking I :
*
i I I of leave. I certainly had a II
leaders in the various my Look TheFuture
for
The need i 1st Lt. and Mrs. J. W. Beardsley I to
I wonderful time:" A whole month'sleave
worthwhile organizations, particularly ;II arrived from 'Gainesville to spend :
Ii I a bride, a visit home with his

for youths, was brought'' sharply ,i M..N..N...N.N NON N..N..N..H..N..N..N N..N..N..N..N..N..N..II..ISM..A..N.. 'brother, also in the Army and also I Thanksgiving, *at home.* *
to the consciousness of Clewis with bride, and the remaining brothers 1
ton,, this week with the beginning of The arrival of Jack Moorman from here, too, certainly adds up to a I Olin Johnson, U. S. Navy, spend-\ (
the organization of Girl Scouts here. wonderful leave for any serviceman. ing a few days here with friends.
The group needs adult leaders and Italy (his story is told in a sepa Olin formerly worked in one of the :

without them cannot be the suc- rate article this week) is the big Kie Hathcock has been transferred Commissaries of the sugar corpora- I \

'cess it deserves. news of servicemen. It spread a lot I from Fort Leonard Wood, Mis- tion. His family has since moved to After ,
The Girl Scout organization is assisting happiness around Clewiston and I souri, to Camp ,Hood, Texas. ,He is Fort Myers, but he came up for a The War I
in many ways in the war ef even to little Jack, Jr., whom his a member of the student enlisted visit while with friends. here while I
fort. Many girls are waiting to join dad had never seen. Jack held out I Battalion there.Woodrow I on leave. You Will Want To '
the Girl Scouts. They are eagerto I his arms to the baby, who grinnedand I I II
serve their country. But before made a lunge for him just like I Bledsoe has moved from Bombadier Home- Build A HomeIt '.
they can join troops must be or-! they were old friends. It was really I, Camp Robinson, Arkansas, to Camp' ,
ganized, advisers found, leaders en i a glad homecoming -and a real Fannin, Texas. i
listed. Without the help of more'i Thanksgiving for the Stewarts, Beth, I '* (Continued from: Page 1)'
adult volunteers it will be impossible' Jack and all his friends.. Captain Coburn Moore's<< (new address going home. He says they dependon Will Pay You To
to give Girl Scout training to all the I is Tonowah, Nevada, but we've I the fighter escort to watch'out .

girls who are asking for ,it. Ray Bass writes from "Some [learned no details of his new assign for trouble for them, and they takeit Buy Your Lots .'
Public officials and students, of where in England" and sends his ment yet. I easy. He never made ice creamby -
child psychology in wartime have new address for the paper to be sent taking the mix along on a mis-
recognized the need for extendingGirl him there. He says "With a few Jimmie Holland and his wife are' I: sion as has been done, but said he NOWCLEWISTON
Scouting to even more than the exceptions I find this country much proudly announcing the arrival of a ]I i learned to take a canteen of water
present membership of over half a the same as ours and, think I am going daughter, Donna Louise, born 'November -|!!along and place it near an air vent.
million girls. As long ago as 1941 to like it very well. My greatest I 19th in Springfield, Illinois. 'i "It was pretty hot in Africa, and
President Roosevelt said "I should I difficulty 'is learning the monetary!The baby weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces we got used to drinking lots of wa- c'
like to see Girl Scouting made avail-I system. _, I was greatly impressedbythe and according- her Dad, she's a ter. That canteen would get as
able to even more girls than are.now: morale of the civilian people. cute, little thing. Jimmie, who is cold as 'ice and surely tasted good."
participating in it."' i Many items are strictly rationed, but stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky, The boys overseas have four great REALTY
Helping girls-tomorrow's wives, the ration system has the uncomplaining was given 7 day leave, which he is desires, says Jack. First and most
mothers, tizens-is a war job that I support of the people, mak- "spending in, Springfield near the important, they want to come home. and DEVELOPMENT
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we have more time to help overcome;, "Give my. ,regards to all my i their families in Clewiston by ar- comes good American whisky, and I
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBEK. 26, 1943 TIlE CIiEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE-
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are parents of a son, William Kenneth -I leaders, as such work 'is actually]! Only An Inch From Glory, by Albert mate problems the world are hu-- .

r who was born in a Miami hos- performing" a war service to 'our I! Halper. man'problems.. The only difficulties -.
pital November, llth.Mr. country. It has been found that the I about them 'are the difficulties:
r L 'Personals/ f and Mrs. Glen Davis are par- best and most quickly trained WAGS,]I / NonFictionHere we ourselves create. A nation is.

ents of a daughter, Mary Faith, bornin WAVES and SPARS have been Girl Is your War, by Ernie Pyle. just a 'collection of human beings*
Miami on November 5th.: Scout leaders and former Girl Scouts. Excuse My Dust, by Bellamy and if we can understand them we-,

I IV' Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bogart, former All who are interested in joiningthe I Partridge., can begin to understand all else.".

week end Clewiston residents, are parentsof Scouts or becoming troop officers Juvenile
W. Lawson spent the
in Miami with his family. a son, Jan Seward, born in Miami contact the Girl Scout committee The Seven Sleuths Club, by Carol INVASIONBy
where they are now living on Box 1348, or Phone 136-J. I Norton. Whitman Chambers

November 15th. Mr. Bogart is with -- I Four Little Blossoms and Their Here is a dramatic picture of just
and :
Walston
: Mr. and Mrs E. H. the U. S. Geological Survey. Winter Fun, by Mabel C. Hawley. 'I how an invasion of' the Pacific Coast
Herbert spent the week end in
son, ,
Carlton-Redish. I would probably take place. Thoughpresented
l' Miami. BRIDGE CLUB HERE IS YOUR WAR I in fiction form, INVAS-

i Miss Christine Redish, of Clewis By Ernie Plye ION is.-bas"ed on inside informationof
and Mis. Harris, ,
Harris
I Mrs. R. E. Carl E. Johnson hostessto Carlton Arcadia Out of the foxholes i plans purported to'
Mrs. was ton and Melvin of he shared be drawn up.
r Sr., spent ,Saturday and Sunday in members of her bridge club at were married in a, quiet ceremony\ with them, and from his own heart by the Japanese Imperial Staff. Un-

L Avon Park her home Wednesday afternoon. performed in Tampa Saturday even straight to the folks back home, der cover of fog the Japs make a
----:- I First prize, a box of 'stationery, was ing at 8:30. After a short wedding) comes Ernie Plye's story' of our surprise landing, swiftly' capture

f, Mrs. J. O. Pearce, Jr.., of okee-I| won by Mrs. D. G. Alston and cut trip 'the. couple returned to Clewiston, soldiers'' first big campaign abroad.. Santa Monica and Los Angelee. Panic-

t chobee visited relatives and friends i;prize, a Fostoria candy dish, by MrSj where Mr. Carlton is employed as He takes you to live with them on spreads through the civilian 'population -

r in Clewiston Friday.Mr. I G. B. Thomas. parachute rigger at Riddle Field. the great adventure of their lives, I _

--- )|I Mrs. Johnson, served cake and Mrs. Carlton is the daughter of: and tells you the thousands of little'I While the invading hordes sweep,
and .Mrs. L. A. Wolff spent Thomas, things you want to know about- by overhead razing the proud me-
coffee to Mrs. Alston; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Redish and was,i ,
i i the week end, in Sebring with his I Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. K. Bowden, attending the Clewiston High Schoolat how they are living this war from tropolis to the ground, an oddly

( parents, 111'and\ Mrs Lj E. Wolff. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. H. R. Hall, the time of her marriage. I I day to day. To Ernie ,Plye they are assorted little band of refugees is

-- I Mrs. R. C. Wilson and. Mrs J. W.I --- _.- I the same boys we have always' huddled in a storm drain under Los.
Mrs. Ida Howe of Randolph, Ne- Ezelle. I known, from the Main Streets, Broad 'Angeles.
ibraska, has arrived for a visit with / I Garden Club Plans I'ways and farms throughout Ameiica. Only smoking ruins and desola-

her sister, Mrs L] J. Pape and 1\11'// Mrs. Foy Durrence entertained I I They are the boys who had to learn tion meet 'their horrified eyes when.

; Paper // I members of 'her bridge club at her I February' Harvest Fair; muchof the art of war as they went ).floods at last drive them above-

: -- I home Thursday evening. First prize I: along, ,who often paid a bitter price ground. Their painful exodus toward -
Mrs. Peter Christensen and daughter was won by Mrs Glen Etherton andsecond I for their knowledge. They, emerge, safety takes on the qualities ota

L Miss Dorothy Sealey, spent the J by Mrs. Curtis Thompson.!'I A program on landscaping and de- ,by the hundreds from these pages hideous nightmare.
week end in Wauchula with Mr.' and signing the back yard was ably INVASION takes an
Mrs. Durrence served sandwiches, as the living, gallant, on added sense
,. Mrs. E. W.. Knight. II Brqwnies and coffee at the close off j I presented members. of the Clewis- I ly heroic Americans unpretentious-I: of reality and horror when we realize -
t J ton Garden Club by Mrs. J. E. that it is AMERICANS
play. ing one of the great chapters of our who are-
i: Mr. and Mrs: J. F. Reahard are Beardsley at the regular November! history. undergoing these grim adventures
L spending Thanksgiving holidays in Those attending were Mrs. R. C. meeting of the club, held Thursday HERE IS YOUR WAR is great reporting -I on AMERICAN soil. It maywell

; Fort Myers with his parents, Mr.' Nowling, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. afternoon in the Community Center.I I indeed but, more than that give pause to citizens who still say-
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Mrs. J. F. Reahard, Sr. Glen Etherton, Mrs. Joe Hall, Mrs.C. Mrs. Beardsley's talk gave ideas for "It can't "
and it is a book of timeless and permanent -I happen here!
L. McLendon, Mrs. Curtis Thompson attractive and practical use of backyard I excellence.

I Mrs. Frank Messer of Macon, Ga., and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. I space. "' An excerpt from one of the many The book which you read from ft

and her grandson, Dickie Simmons of The president, Mrs. W. L. Lott,I tributes "to sense of duty, or because for any
Charleston,- S. C., are visiting Mr. Il CJ CLEWISTON COMMUNITY reason
I presided at thebusiness, session and. ERNIE 'PYLE you must, does not commonly
and Mrs. H. J. Roath and family., | CHURCH make friends with
receIved reports of the :you. William,
By Malcom Bingay, in the Detroit
;- i I Da\id C. Hancock, Minister I Mrs. F.: Deane Duff, comlUlttees'l I Free Press I Dean Howells.
Miss, Lois Prince has gone to New rose order committee, reported a 'I .
"Of all things! Sending Ernie .LI
York City where she ,is taking a two the SUNDAY, NOV. 28, 1943 I very successful rose order was hand-I I Pyle to Africa whereon the burning !I
weeks specialized course in
operation of the business machines. I Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.( Dr. C'l led this year. I I sands of the Sahara rested the fate] EXPERIENCED
z E. Gericke, superintendent. The Garden Club decided to have of the world. What 'military train-!;

-- ; Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. a Harvest Showing, to be open to I ing did he ever have? Why, no- DRESSMAKING
Miss Florence is expected
graham Sermon subject: "The Risks God the public for competition, at the body .ever heard of Ernie Pyle as a|I
t, to arrive this wee'1end: from Jacksonville LIMITED, AMOUNT OF WORK
where ,she has been re- Takes." regular February meeting. At this l.I war expert. I TAKEN' .-
You are cordially invited to wor- display, which will be in the natureof "But Ernie just sat down and I
cuperating from a recent operation.E. Call
1 ship with us.Teacheis I a fair, garden produce, flowers wrote what he saw. He didn't bother Mondays Thru Fridays Only

connectedwith meeting, Monday, Nov.! and home canning will be shown. even to make guesses at what Gen. PHONE 28
S. Knight, who is
29, at 8:00 p., m. The public ,will be urged to enter the Rommel was thinking or about what
'the A. C. L. Railway, has been I
ti transferred to Gainesville. Mrs. ,Choir ,rehearsal, Thursday Dec.I show, and all entries' will be classed Gen. 'Ike' Eisenhower was planning
will remain 2; at, 8rOO: p. m. and suitable prizes awarded in I to do next. He didn't know. HejI f
Knight and the family I
each class. I I couldn't get into contact with Rommel -| j. M. COUSE
here for the present.Mrs. i I
i ATTEND.: GOLDEN WEDDING I Plans for the Christmas meetingof ;i and he knew that Gen. Eisenhower -
I i ;. wouldn't tell him his plans, Counselor and Attorney at Law
in tentative
still the
Carl R. Bras of Los Angelesspent the club were '' .
last week here' with her sisI -,. Mr. and Mrs. H.: M. Pollard and I state 'and members will be notified even if he asked him. So he just sat I I Hopkins Building
family and Mrs. H. J. Roath in down without pretending to know
were
ter-in-law, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. She later of the date and nature of that Wednesdays and Saturdays
I Fort Myers Wednesday to attend the meeting. any more than his observing eye 'I
be-l!
Miami
left Sunday for a stay. in 0:80
golden wedding celebration of could see. He just wrote about to 4:00
fore returning home. their Those attending' were Mrs J. E. I ._ __ Z
I .Mr. Mrs. March -
parents : nad G. T. '' folks.,
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Beardsley, Mis. G.. H, Brown, Mrs.F.
man. "Mr. and Mrs Marchman have "And that is why he was able to
Mrs.: J. O. Pearce of Okeechobee D. Duff, Mrs. H. -..1'V.. Hedke, 4
six children, four of whom were give the American people the onlyl
spent Sunday here with her sister, Mrs., E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. D. King,
present at the anniversaryMrs.Pollard real news out of Africa since thel
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and accompanied Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. J. F, Johnson's Fish Camp I .
and .Mrs. Roath, Mrs. T. E. American invasion. Now the great
their sister-in-law. Mrs. C. R. Morrison, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfoid, '
Cochran of Miami, Mrs.. Frank Messer, : I pundits who- have specialized on| Hurricane
: (Near Gate)
visit.J.
Bras to Miami ,for a Mrs. C. J. Nielsen Mis. R. C. Howling -
of Macon, Ga. military history and world diplomacyare
W.. : Mis. M. Clewiston, Fla.
Mrs. C. Owen, C.
S. Sealey: Aviation Metalsmith The 1\Iarchman home was decorated Pirkle, Mrs. Gene Powers, Mrs. G.'I' quoting what Ernie Pyle says. Boats and Motors-Guide Service I

2 c, U. S. Navy, has left for his bas;: ,with baskets of goldenrod and B. Rackstiawi Mrs. 'E. L. ,Stewart, "The gift of Ernie Pyle is his understanding Rates Reasonable

in Aicata,. California, after spendnig];t the refreshment table was centered Mis.- J.' C. Ziler, Mrs. F. E. Hunzicker -I that after all the ulti- W. H.- Johnson, Mgr

, a leave here with his mother, Mrs.' with a large wedding cake which and Mrs. Moore. The hostesses,
, Pete Christensen and family. 'r held a golden wedding bell. A large Mrs.!'? H. A. Hedke and Mrs. E. E.Kelly .1--------------------------------1

, number of friends called during the served coffee and cookies. I We pay 1 15 cents each for

Mrs James Rowland and baby I evening and ,cake,. coffee, and punch SEWING MACHINE SERVICE'
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; daughter, Evelyn, of Miami and 1\11'.1 r were served. J gar fish. Write Florida
: and :Mis.: Ernest Denslow of Cler-' I Book Reviews a Parts for All Makes, _

mont spent Thanksgiving here ,with I I GirlS'cout Name -- ,I I Biological Supply Buttonhole -Attachments
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Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey and fam- i I
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I :New books'i Clewiston Public Li- Sarasota Fla. Used :Machines
ily. r' Company
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I_ Troop Committee brary-reviewed by ,r Mrs. W. Dean I Cox 11 Belle Glade

;" Mrs. E. W. Knight and children,I '- King, chairman: I for particulars.

Mary Ellen and Calvin, of Wau Girl Scouting is going to be a Fiction 1I .
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chula, spent several days here the reality in Clewiston Sponsored by I
latter part of the week visiting Mr. Kate Fennigate, by Booth Tark-- afiailllllNNIIII 1 rallllllllllllll )(&IIIIIIIIIIIIII r IIIIIIIIIIIIII It! lllllij ii 1 iI"IIiIIl'' llri'\"t.:1iI"IIIIIIIII': ', r),; 1I11I11I11I111 I l11r
the Kiwanis Club have
steps been 'I ---------- ---'- ------
and Mrs. Pete Christensen. Mrs. ington. .
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taken already to organize the troops, '
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i Hungry Hill; by Daphne Du YI
Knight is Mrs. Christensen'sdaugh- '
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select leaders and this '
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ter. fine venture. '
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Journey by I
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A troop committee has been named Dorit
Charles B. Owens entertained at Flavin. rely on a
dinner at the Clewiston Inn recently composed of Mrs. G. N. Pitzeu, River Rogue, by Brainard Cheney.
chairman, Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. M.
Tidewater, by, Clifford Dowdey. .
his guests being Mr. and Mrs. : :
1\I. Prewitt, Mrs. E. F. Powers and : '.' ,:.
The Big Rock Candy Mountain,,
Lucian A. Wolff, Mrs. Charles.
Bras, Mrs Ruth B. Owens and John l Mis.. C. E. Bailey. I by :Wallace Etenger. ':'. WlS h .:.
S. Davis. I The Intermediate troop for girls I Bitter Justice, by Sada Cowan''I ': .:'

j from 10 through 14 years of age j I (a mystery.)) ,

Major Richard Bestor and Cor-,I wilt be established first, followed The White Queen, by Betty Baur.I : b II
poral George Bestor left Sunda later, by the Brownie and Senior j Invasion, by Whitman Chambers. ?. one

I after a visit with their parents Mr. I groups, A fine opportunity exists ]I. The Trespassers, by Laura Z. Hob-"Iy ,?,

I and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. 1\Iajor' Bes-I! for those who would like to be troop son. I :

tor left for Yuma, Arizona, and Cor' .ww..nnr..ww :;:

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I "were in West Palm Beach Mondayto I I :.: U
meet Staff Sgt. A. L. Moorman\!\ :' \ '::0II

who arrived for a furlough I
[ after '10 months service in Northl] II A savings account ]
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; Africa 'and Italy. i

\. Mr.' and Mrs.\ -Luther Owens have I I LICENSES *::1: with our insured :

'\ as their guests their son, Lieutenant -
Francis M. Owens and his wife,' 9\NC; safety, will provide .j

: of Marianna, Arkansas. Lieut.'

Owens who is stationed at .Abilene;!\ ; I 0:;:. ,., the things you want .*
rt Texas, has been in : .0
on maneuvers I : ?
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Private Hargrove! Fly sorrows Kelp
Because death was commonly inflicted : my
soul
by food or wine poisoningin to
the early days, members of by Marion Hargrove"6E R.V'I'C E. I see more clearly

royal families took special precau- through} tears
tions at the dining tables. CharlesIX THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marion A little of the tension passed and opened conjectures to terrify the. my
Hargrove, former feature editor of a the major lapsed into one of his most indomitable.This TH t fcpter 11 'my
of France was particularly cautious -
North Carolina newspaper, has been In- conveniently absent minded ram- morning, they still hadn't had life. just.
in this regard and even sus- the :rneat\s
ducted into the army and is near
bles. "In fact, I went on KP every time to get over their fears. They
picioned his own servants. Before end,of his basic training at Fort Dragg. still had To march
;, time they inspected my rifle. no idea of what Army life on
He has been classified as a cook and in '
drinking wine, he always tested it addition his failure to master some of Couldn't keep the thing clean." was going to be like. Most of all bravely through !

with a "Unicorn's Horn"-if poi- the fundamentals of army life have resulted He paused. "The main thing that and first of all, they, wondered; the. '
son was present the horn was in considerable extra KP duty. has us worrying this afternoon is "What sort of place is this we're ye. r.5.

supposed to change color. Thus he is thoroughly familiar with the the very same thing we're being coming into?" trl'carQ
Company kitchen and its workings.lUe trained It's what they Their
As a second precaution he car- to protect. spirits were still at their
.has also learned the finer points of call the American Way-and they lowest point
past, present, or
bezoar-a growth
ried with him a of sectionof
"goldbrlcking. He is editor a
spell it with capitals."I future. ,
from the intestines of a herbivorous the camp paper. As we pick up the
animal-which was believed story, Hargrove is entertaining "the have my own ideas about the The Replacement Center band, led
American I think the American by wizened little Master
Redhead" at dinner. She Is having trou- Way. Sergeant WNU Features.
to absorb poisons. ble getting the waiter to bring her a Way is 'shown in you boys whose Knowles, was there to greet them

glass of water and Hargrovo speaks: parents paid school taxes so that with a welcome that might dispel J

you could know what it was to cut from them the feeling that they were

You breathe freer al- hooky. It's shown in the men who cattle being shipped into the fort on Relief At LastforYourCough
most lnstantly as Just
CHAPTER XV
2 drops Penetro Nose pay two dollars to see a wrestling consignment. First there were the

K Drops open your cold- match, not to watch the wrestlersbut conventional but stirring military
your clogged head nose cold to give air. "Ahem," I said. He stopped humming to boo the referee. It's the good marches, the "Caisson Song" and all

Caution: Use only as a little tune with which he had old go-to-hell American spirit and the rest. And then there was a sly

as directed.much 25c2J for 60c.%times Get engaged himself, and he looked at" you can't find it anywhere but here. and corny rendition oU'the "Tiger

Penetro Nose Drops me with fcindly curiosity. "Ahem, "You and I both, when we were Rag," a friendly musical wink that Creomulsion relieves promptly because

I repeated. "Are you the waiter with called into the Army, brought our said, "Take it easy, brother." It goes right to the seat of the
trouble to loosen and
help expel
the water for ?
daughter
my homes with us. We've been thinking Just as their arrival marks an germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
He turned on a tight, polite little less about war than about getting emotional ebb, their departure is the to soothe and heal raw; tender;inflamed -

DON'T LET smile. "The water, monsieur, will back home after a while-back to flood tide. The men who came in bronchial mucous mem-
be forthcoming. I have sent my branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
and wives and
our girls
our our
a few weeks ago, green and terrified -
friend bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
CONSTIPATIONSLOW Charles for the water.
I civilian jobs. leave now as soldiers. The cor- you must like the way it
YOU UP -A- (I "Well, we know now where we poral whom they dreaded then is quickly allays the cough or you are

,e When bowels are sluggish and you The Japanese attack on Pearl stand and we don't have to worry now just a jerk who's bucking for to have your money back. \

feel irritable, headachy, does millions Harbor' this afternoon came as stun- about whether we're in for a long sergeant. Although they are glad CREOMULSION

'do! -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern ning news to the men at Fort Bragg. stretch or a. short vacation. That that they have been trained with for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis
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chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew The who heard the should be cleared We know
men news an up now. other men on the same level here,
PEEN A-MINT before to bed,
taking-only in accordance you with go package nouncement over the radio this aft- that we've got only one job now the training center which was firsta

directions-sleep without being dis ernoon at the Service Club were, for and we haven't time to worry about vast and awful place is now justa Exiles' Contribution

turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough the one at home."You're training center, all right in its
relief, helping feel swell again. Try The nine governments-in-exile in
FEEN-A-MINT.you Tastes good, is handy f/# I worrying because you'renot way-for rookies. They themselveshave London have so far contributed to

and economical.A generous family supply 'Ir prepared soldiers, you're not outgrown their' kindergarten.The the Allied nations approximately

I ready to fight yet. When the time band is atthe, railroad siding, 450,000 soldiers, 27,000 aviators,22-
iFEENAMINT"More ; comes for to you'll be ready.You'll .
you go, this time to see them off with a 000 seamen,240 naval vessels and
have fundamental train-
your flourish. They pay more atentionto about 2,300 merchant ships.
s ing before you leave the Replace the band this time. They know

".a ment Center. the "Caisson Song.' They know
Seven-Leaf Clovers "Spending duty hours at
your
their own Replacement Center
Recent botanical studies show work and leisure HELPS\
hours
at
that seven-leaf clovers are three your worrythat's Marching Song, composed by one of HEAL \ MOROLIMEPETROLEUM '
no good. That's what the
their number, a quiet little ex-music BURNS \
times as numerous as six-leaf enemy wants for you." teacher named Harvey Bosell. They SCRAPES\ JELLY

clovers. f: )) "I guess that's all, boys." hum the tune as they go aboard.
I ; He turned,, to leave the micro-
They see the commanding general
phone, but returned as if he had sud- Small BusinessUp
standing on the side lines with his
Commonsense denly remembered something. to the war, 90 cent of
t I Says: aide. He is no longer an ogre out per
"The regular variety show will of Washington who might, for all America's 2,800,000 businesses em-

go on tonight at eight o'clock," he they know, have the power of life ployed 'less' than eight persons

t i said. and death over them to administer it apiece.
-Ra-
._ at a whim. He is the commanding
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Relieves paiirand soreness I They come and they go from the general, a good soldier-,and a good

For relief from the torture of simple "As an enlisted man, I've done Replacement Center more quickly fellow, and it was damned white of : GROVELS

Piles,PAZO ointment has been famous more EP than any man in this now, or perhaps it merely seems him to come down to see them off.
for more than thirty years. Here's why: room," said the major.the that they do. The training COLD ABLETS
First,PAZO ointment soothes inflamed cycles They board the train and they sit
areas relieves pain and itching. Second. have not been cut down much, but
waiting for it to take them to their
PAZO ointment lubricates hardened. most part, new to the Army, the turnover of
dried parts-helps prevent cracking and with less than a month of training men seems greater. permanent Army post and their partin
soreness. Third. PAZO ointment tends Perhaps it's just that we notice the the Grove's Cold Tablets are prompt In
to reduce swelling and check bleeding. behind them. Their first feeling of arrivals and departures war. action-decisIve In results. They'rea
Fourth it's easy to use. PAZO oint- outrage gave way to the awful fear more, now As a special favor and for oldtime's multiple medIcine-an Internal
ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application that war has, given them grimness. medicine. Go to work In a businesslike -
simple thorough. Your doctorcan that they would be sent away, green sake, the band swings slowly way to work on all these usual
tell you about PAZO ointment.IRRITATIONS. and untrained and helpless, withina There was a group of new men into the song that is the voice of cold symptoms at the same time.
"'0 I week. coming in this morning, down at the their nostalgia, "The Sidewalks of Relieve headache-ease body aches-
I railroad siding. Their new uniforms reduce fever-relieve nasal stuff In eas.
New York Yankee Rebel Min-
or
The rumor mill began operation Grove's Cold Tablets give wonderful
immediately. New York and Fort hung strangely upon them, conspicuous nesotan or Navadan, they love that comfort! Take exactly as directed.
and uncertain and uncomfortable Rest, avoid Ask druft-
Bragg will be bombed within the exposure. your
-new uniforms on new soldiers. song.With gist for Grove's Cold Tablets.
OF month, the rumors said. Probably the music still playing the
S KIN and ,
They were frightened ill at Save
Money-Get Large Economy *
that tirrie all of will be in
by us
EXTERNAL CAUSEacne 'ease, these men. A week ago they train pulls slowly out and Sergeant

pimples, bumps (blackheads), and Hawaii or Russia or Persia or Af- had been civilians and the prospectof Knowles waves it goodby with his
rica. Green and untrained and
znhedebrokenouthome otreatment. help the Army had probably hung over baton.
This business of
less.
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids teaching a some of them like a Damoclean An old sergeant, kept in the Re-
healing: works the antiseptic way. Use man for thirteen weeks in a replace train
sword. They had been told, by well- placement Center to the men
Black and White Ointment only as directed. will be
ment center dispensed with,
.lOc.SSc,50c sizes. 25 years success. meaning friends, that. the Armywouldn't whose fathers fought with him a
Money-back: guarantee, tar Vital In now that war is upon us. ,You're a stands
the
side
be so bad once they got used generation ago, on
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous civilian one day and a rookie memo Swayed to Sleep
I(Black and White Skin Soap daily. to it. The Army will make you or and watches them with a firm,
I ber of a seasoned fighting outfit the look. Members of a tribe of tree
break you, they had been told. The proud
next. Army- really isn't as bad as it's "Give 'em hell, boys," he shouts dwellers' in the Philippines sleepon

Except for a few for whom the painted, they had heard. All of this, behind them. "Give 'em hell!" a swaying rope of vines.
f To relieve distress of MONTHLY N
radio held a terrible fascination the
in a diabolically suggestive way, had [THE END]
men thought first of communicatingwith
Female
WeaknessLydia.
their families, their friends,

E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- their sweethearts. They immediately SNAPPY FACTS
pound Is made especially for womento went for writing materials and
help relieve periodic with Its
pain
weak, tired, nervous, blue feelingsdue for the two public telephones of the S y ABOUTRUBBER
to .functional monthly disturbances club. Almost all of the 64,000 men" of 1I 'a

Taken regularly-PInkham's Com- Fort Bragg were trying to reach
pound helps build up resistance their homes through the eight trunk'
against such symptoms. Here Is a of the
which out
product that helps nature and lines ran pitifully
that's the kind to buy I Famous for overburdened little telephone ex-
almost a century. Thousands upon
in Fayetteville.
thousands of women have reported change
benefits. Follow label directions Ethel Walker who
Worth, tryingl Miss was act- Of the 125,000 communities in

LYDIA E.:PINKHAM'S( VEGETABLE. ing as senior hostess for the Re- the United States, 54,000
Center's Service Club r. connection.
placement have no rail They
had planned an entertainment pro- depend on rubber tires for

gram for the evening, but when she their existence and their con

looked oiit at the tension in the so- tacts with other communities

cial hall, she despaired. She telephoned as They rely solely on buses,
SURVEY SHO1 SIO her boss, Major Herston M. .., :;: trucks and passenger cars.

Cooper, the special services officer. Reduction of the national average

"There's no use trying to put on .Y .J2- .ern., mileage of passenger cars to 5,400

I II the show tonight," she said. "Shall : : j' .ate miles a year through rationing has
proved an I Important factor In rub-
.I cancel it? And may I turn off
ber conservation. An Idea of how
the radio? will be
this mileage Is regulated
"If it's a good program, keep it," understood when It Is known that

said the major. "And by all means M 55 per cent of the country's cars

leave ,the radio on. Just hang on; TLQc are operated on "A" gas ration
I'll be there in five minutes." books alone about 25 per cent

The major, a former criminologist have''S "and 20 percenthave*' "

and schoolteacher in Birmingham, r k N books for supplementary supplies.

was a lean and mischievouslookinginfantry r

officer with a gift of gab ,
HELPS BUILD STAMINA and camaraderie with' the enlistedmen. -- GAr

I He sauntered into the Service CtiC

HELPS BUILD ACTUAL Club, noised it about that he was 1 (+

1 going to talk, and hooked up the
RESISTANCE TO COLDS public address microphone."Here .

good-tasting Scott's Emulsion 1 Con- it comes," said an unhappy

tains natural A & D Vitamins that help acting corporal. "Here comes the :

bring back energy and stamina if there higher brass, to tell us the worst." REGoodricht
Is dietary deficiency of these elements.
The cleared his
"** major throat and a r
Take it daily. All
looked over the crowd which gath-

r ered about him. "I know that thisis '

your Service Club," he said, "and T

djistslr I'm a staff officer barging'in on you.

Before I was an, officer, I was an

enlisted man. And, as an enlisted
;(jtfft a u n I man, I've done more KP than any

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than two years ago America faced as frightening that unless you,and all tire-owners continue to make

. a situation as any country at war ever faced. the preservation of tires a vital personal problem r

Unless something was done, and done quickly, our home-front' transportation will break down FACTS ABOUT TRUCK
and slow up the war production of America. .
without rubber. '
be
1 we would soon AND BUS TIRES

could tank The way out is for you to conserve the tires .
And without rubber, no plane fly, no ,
you've got-stretch their life in every way you can. ....
I could move, no ship could sail, no truck could roll,

-- people could not get to work, materials could not On truck and bus tires, particularly in over-the-

1 :;_ move to and from plants.. #Wt de ei4f road, inter-city service, the situation is less satis

That was the situation the Government and the factory. .

rubber companies had to lick inside of two years ifAmerica Do no unnecessary driving. ..... Truck and bus tires are operated under more .

was to stay in the war. Live up to the government regulationdon'texceed severe conditions than passenger car tires. They are
35 miles an hour. heavier, thicker-generate more heat. They are all

CZJUtie ? Keep your tires inflated up to recommended too frequently overloaded, must travel on any kindof
their work
highway
requires.
pressure, and check them every week. -
Again we'll be perfectly frank about it:synthetic
Let's see what you'think. Right now, there is Avoid hitting holes in the road, or bruising your
. rubber to meet essential needs. truck and bus tires now built will not stand all the
nearly enough ,our
Don't start .
tires curbs stones. suddenly.Slow
I on or or stop
abuse that the prewar tire would take especially
Today, this threat'to American victory: is merely down for sharp corners.
overloading. Progress is being made day-but
every
I: an unpleasant memory, because Government, ti
i. the Rubber Director, and a group of industries f;. See that your wheels and axles are in line. overloading which damaged a prewar tire can ruin .

I' .rubber, petroleum, chemical, alcohol-work- r Switch your tires from wheel to wheel every five today's synthetic rubber tire. -*

lug together, compressed into less than two thousand miles, and have them inspected regularlyfor The Tire Industry is bending every effort to

:; ", : years a job that would normally have taken a removal of foreign objects and repair of cuts. solve the serious problems of furnishing satisfactory -
j dozen years. But and sufficient tires to the truck and bus field.

Because the public saw huge synthetic rubber And-most important of all-recap your But a serious threat still exists to our most vital

I : plants shoot up almost over night, and heard ,that tires as soon as they: become smooth. transportation.So .

\ 'synthetic rubber was in large-scale production, they remember this-while the treads of pres-

figured the tire headache was almost over. ent truck and bus tires vitally the
: i Though not all civilians will be able to get syn- are Jtnportant
; thetic rubber tires in the near future, you may be carcasses of these tires have a value to our truck

:: H'' ?Zow.-4.fra447/This one of those who will. Therefore, you f should know operators, and to the nation, that is beyond price.

I I and remember :these facts: Unless these tires are made to last and last, there is

:.i is the situation,,today-the rubber supply almost certain to be a breakdown of truck service. I I
I crisis is past, but the long predicted and anticipated
I Every one of these tires must be recapped the
I : tire shortage is with
:I us. FACTS ABOUT very minute it needs it-before any damage is

L Why is this so, when thousands of tons,of Government done to the carcass. Speeds must be cut down,

:I :'.; synthetic rubber are now being made? PASSENGER GAR TIRES especially on hot roads. Overloads must be

! Why is this so, when the rubber industry is pro- eliminated. Proper inflation is a necessity.

;. -,,. ducing a tremendous tonnage of rubber products and Operators, garage men, drivers, all have a heavy
more airplane and truck tires than'ever before? The synthetic rubber tire is not yet an improve- responsibility that they cannot now avoid. Theseare

; Because, as the Baruch Committee foresaw- ment but it will keep your car rolling through the straightforward statements. The warning must

I : the fact that few tires could be made until we emergency.In not go unheeded. A new tire warranty recognizesthese

\ .. -\ had our synthetic rubber supply well on the many respects, the new synthetic rubber tiresare conditions, but the real job is conservation!
way, resulted in millions of tires going out of unknown
quantity.
an
service without replacement-and those remaining -' a2ieio4- -
-"'''. '--- have less mileage in them. Inventories How they would behave at the phenomenallyhigh

of prewar tires are gone. speeds of prewar days is purely academic. The' r
Because our military needs are way beyond any- patriotic citizen knows that high speeds wear out his With conditions as they are, and synthetic rubber -
I I, one's anticipations. treads far faster than the recommended speed of in its present stage of development, a new tire ,
and drives warranty has become necessary and has been adopt
I Because the rubber companies must use lot of 35 miles per hour, accordingly. "
I ed. It applies to all tires. Under its terms, injuries
their manpower and machines to make bullet- Under-inflation roads and
driving
over rough .
such bruises breaks cuts and heat' =
as body snags,
k. :!. sealing gas tanks and hundreds of other rubber, other abuses are bad for all tires-but today's evi-
failures, as well as tread wear are not subject to
products for war, in addition to tires.'
'
il dence is that synthetic tires will stand less of these
consideration.
>- Because half of. today's requirements are for abuses than the tires you have been used to. adjustment ;
\I ;':' heavy-duty,large-size truck,bus,combat,artillery .- Nor are injuries or failures which result from
I. and airplane tires,requiring many, many But, since these tires will rationed to you in improper tire care or misuse or abuse. This includes
1 -;, times the labor and materials of peacetime trust for the nation, it will be your duty to take failure as a result of overload, excess speed, im

; :. :,; needs and finally every possible care of them,and to prevent mis- proper inflation, or other non-defective conditions.]

{ Because the manpower shortage hangs over the use and abuse. Or'when tires are used on rims not conforming to

f : tire industry as.it does over all industry, and thereare As we gain more experience with synthetic rub- Tire and Rim\Association Standards.

U just too fe -haitds for the job.Sk4oahkproblems ber tires, more and more. things will become known Remember-the tire industry, the Rubber Di

about them, and the public will be kept informed.If rector, everyone is working together with all their

energy, as they have from the outset, to keepAmerica's
rubber tubes be
you use synthetic sure theyare '
properly installed. They should be put into the wheels turning. : "

'" These will be licked when our enemies, tire, then inflated, deflated, and inflated again. And Do your part-take care of the tires you've -

:: :;,.; are licked. :Meanwhile, we want to tell you frankly they should never be mounted on rusty rims. got now! .,"

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Brunswick Tire Company Dunlop Tire & Rubber Corporation The B. F. Goodrich CompanyThe McCreary Tire & Rubber Co. Pennsylvania Rubber CompanyThe
The Century, Tire& Rubber CompanyThe Tho Falls Rubber Company Goodyear Tire&Rubber Co,Inc. Miller Rubber Company .- Pharis( Tire and Rubber CompanyThe
Cooper Corp. Federal Tires Hood Rubber. Company The Mohawk Rubber CompanyThe Poison Rubber Company .
Corduroy Rubber Company The Firestone Tire & Rubber
CompanyFisk'Tires The Richland Rubber CompanySears
Inland Rubber Corporalion Monarch Rubber Company
Cupples Company (
The Daylon Rubber Manufacturing Company The General Tire & Rubber CompanyThe The Kelly-Springfield Tire CompanyLee Montgomery Ward & Co.,IncorporatedThe Roebuck and Co. v
Denman Tiro and Rubber Company Giant Tire & Rubber Co. Rubber&Tire CorporationThe Norwalk Tire and Rubber Co. The United Tire & Rubber Company -
.Diamond Rubber Company Gillette Tires Mansfield Tire and Rubber Co. Pacific Rubber and Tire Manufacturing Company United States Rubber Company i
Seiberling Rubber Company :-.
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'AGE EIGHT -- .
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cost fication is new established by the portant stake in the nation's huge) In my office and has made application
is his net delivered I for
tax
pecans a deed
RATIONING Administration in con, travel busjness, is one of the regionsof Said to be issued thereon.
multiplied by 1.35, or the price he War Food certificate embraces the follow !
CALENDAR charged from October' 24th to 30th, junction with state certlflcationagencies J the country that should benefit I' of ing Hendry.described State property of in ,the to-wlt County: :
whichever: is lower. I considerably as a result of aggressive NrP-kVr/i-Swh, Section 23,
The retailer is permitted 25% I Township 43 S.. Range 34 E.' ,
Prepared by The Jacksonville Office post-war plans o fcompeting factorsin The assessment of' the said property
markup on fruit cake over the price :More Stoves Available i I under the said certificate issued wa: :
'Processed of Foods The: OFA Green A, B and which the baker charges him. The Dealers and distributors of rationed -! the transportation industry.Railway fnUnlessamsaid c rtifica eeshallebe redeemed -
20. retail price must be printed on the stoves in some southeastern states, / Age, reporting a survey according to law, the property ;
Dec. I
the \ current sold to the -
tag their
stated
on increase
wrapper or to !
Meats and Fats: Brown G, H, J I have, been permitted highest bidder at the court house door ,
tached to the wrapping. OPA to meet the issue, says that the railroads are on the first : ':
and K (Book 3) expire Dec.. 4; Brown inventories by December. 1943. whichnislthe 6thhday
business
going out vigorously after
from more e i
:i valid Nov. 21, expires. Jan. 1. I greater demand resulting of December, 1943. '
Sugar: No. 29 (Book 4)) good for Gas Rationing SimplifiedAll larger stove quotas assigned to local -' when the' war is over. The (SEAL Dated) this 6th WILLIAM day of November, 1943. :
5 founds through Jan. 15, 1944. B and C gasoline coupons issued rationing boards. executives interviewed unanimously Clerk of Circuit Court T. HULL ot \
after Dec. 1 will be worth five} declared their intention of Hendry County, Florida. ,
In-definitely. Nov. 5, 19,.26. ,
gallons each, compared with the Fertilizer Prices "doing everything in their power" -rJiNOTICE

"3) now valid.Gasoline I present value of two gallons in the OPA has set dollars-and-cents top to'make railroad travel far more at- OF APPLICATION FOR [r.
: A-8 coupons expire ['eastern shortage area and three gal- prices for every grade of mixed fertilizer tractive to the public. (Senate TAX Hill DEED No. : '
"Feb. 8.Fuel. lons elsewhere. Coupons issued whose manufacture and sale I At perhaps the most alert and 16:;)

Oil: Period 1 coupons good fore Dec. 1, however, will be-I I is permitted by the War Food Administration foresighted'point in the1r history, vICPerry holder. ', That
Tax
through ,Jan. 3. to have present values. J I but no changes of great I I the railroads are now blueprinting V. \No. 153, Issued the of Certificate
The result of this change an OPA, importance are involved. I new, lightweight, streamlined trains, August A. D. 1935. has filed 5th same day of in
announcement said, will be to save!I luxurious my office and has made
OPA wiped out more cars ,to increase the application
re-ceived At the same time, : ] for a tax deed to be issued
thousands of hours time in local I[ inequalities between various grades I run of travel, high-capacity low- Said certificate embraces the thereon.follow-

ups allowed by the office of price rationing boards and to give motor-I I I and between various sellers of fer- fare, cars and generally reduced of ing Hendry described, State property of Florida in the, County ,
administration on various items. I ists a coupon whose value is tilizer. In preparing its passenger rates, the survey shows. SE>; of SW'/i, Sec. 34, Twp.to-wit.45
"Economy brand" cigarettes have as the usual 5-gallon purchase. j I OPA representatives regulation'l To top it all off, the rail chiefs look S., Rge. 29 E.
.been granted an increase to insure In the future, B and C books willi I: tionwide consultations : forward to a vigorous 'merchandising under The assessment the said certificate' of, the said issued property
their continued production. These 1 contain fewer coupons but each cou-| er manufacturers to make sure that I II and advertising program. in the name of Unknown was
Paul Jones, pon will be good for more gas. No I shall be re
::are' Twenty Grand, the new ceiling prices would be fair., ----. deemedsaccordingtitooc ltaw
Avalons, which increase in the amount of gasoline I erty described YnIYil; eso'l _
"Marvels, Wings and I and equitable. NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR be to
now have a, ceiling' price of 13c I allowed is' involved, .however.' i iI TAX DEED door the highest on the first bidder Monday'at the in court the month house

"jplus) state tax. I HUGE POST WAR PLANS (Senate Bill >o. 163) of of December December,,1943 1943.which is the 6th day
mark is allowed in the Seed Potato Prices I TRANSPORTATIONHendry Dated this 5th
A 33% up MADE IN day of November, 1913.
| NOTICr
of apples over net delivery To correct inequalities which ex- IS HEREBY GIVEN. That (SEAL) WILLIAM T.
"jrlce I Harbro Realty Company, holder of Tax HULL
isted last spring in seed potato I I Certificate Clerk of Circuit Court of
cost. Prices must be posted. i-m : No. 278 issued the 2nd day Hendry
which has an County,
'The retailers mark up on grapes'is prices, OPA has set maximum priceswhich' County, lof September, A: D. 1940. has filed same Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26. Florida.'

40% over net delivered cost in 'are from 10 to 20 percent --,-. .
the levels at which prices --- ---, ,,. --
:all stores 'groups 1, 2, 3 and 4. lower than -- :
:A ceiling price has been made on were frozen last spring. Both "cer-' ; .
-edible nuts for the first time. The tified" seed potatoes and "war ap THE, OLD JUDGE SAYS, ;. \ 1I
maximum price a retailer may charge proved" seed potatoes are coveredby .

for walnuts, filberts, almonds and OPA's action. The latter classi- '
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Kind of gives us folks back home something want in the way of liquor legislation and feel

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i f i last paragraph. Would 'you mind reading "Out of fairness to our boys over there

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