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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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. \ THE-CLEWIST'ON NEWS '







: I CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 194;
i:' VOLUME 15-:NUMBER 2 SUBSCRIPTION $2.50: PER YEAR



'f SENATOR STUDIES Carnival Held Over i WIVES OF SOLDIERS Servicemen's, Names For', NEW FIRE TRUCK


For Another, WeekThe I Honor Roll Are Wanted .

t F': CROSS-STATE CANAL I GETTING MATERNITY I BOUGHT BY CITY I I

carnival, which was scheduled I G. B. Thomas, chairman the

r AID to play in Clewiston for one week, I II Kiwanis committee in charge of the IS LATEST .'
, AS SHIPPING HOSPITALIZATIONi TYPE'
: I as'a/' benefit for the American Legion'l Serviceman's Roll of, Honor, asks:
i
held over another week that families 'and friends of men I

: i Congressman-Fred: A. Hartley of will leave, this week end, to play engagements -I Almost 2,500 wives and babies of J whose names .are not inscribed on The City of Clewiston received a

: \ on the, : West Coast. 9i I Florida enlisted men in the four'! the board please leave the namesat I I new Pirsch Fire Truck, one of the
; ,
New Jersey, Senator Ernest Grahamof
The amusements included several lowest pay grades of the armed the Gulf Service Station. most up-to-date trucks for firefighting -
'Miam'i and a party of I membera (rides, a few concessions, and pro services have .received authorization -I The committee needs help from from the manufacturers in

of the Okeechobee Flood Control I vided wholesome 'entertainment for for care under the' Federal the public in compiling' a proper I Kenosha, Wisconsin. The truck

,, Board passed through here Friday those who attended it during' its ,two Emergency Maternity and' Infant I list, and they now wish all possible was delivered Friday after several

on a tour of the ,cross-state- week stay here.TRAINING. Care program since its adoption in names to be turned in, so that :when months delay since it was first or
&';,_ waterway from Fort Myers to Stu this state last June '3 and November I the painter is obtained to add the I dered. *

J' art. Congressman Hartley said the MEETING according\ to a statement from the I II names, he will be given as nearlyas I. The truck gives the City of Clew

C- purpose of his trip to Florida and I Atlanta 'regional office of the Chil\ possible a complete list and .all iston excellent fire-protection, and

r tour of the cross state canal at this IS.REPORTED'TO', dren's Bureau, U. 'S. Department of I may be added at one time. at least for the' present, the city is

time was "to see if Florida Waterways I Labor I I planning to retain the 'old, truck aswell
can help us _out in the transportation KIWANIS CLUB PAHOKEE, as the ,
Under the program, for which', WINS new.
b of oil to the' East Coast." '
:
I 'The
I Pirsch truck
Congress recently appropriated .an is so designed
: "They: can and they can'do it Lt. Gov., J. E. Beardsley conducted additional $18,600,000 by unanimous 76 26 VICTORY il that a single operator can get wateron

t. now," Senator Graham said Senator the program at the local '''Kiwanis, I vote of both Houses to carry it a fire in onehalf'minute unassisted -

; Graham was asked, by Gover- Club Wednesday,evening and gave through the, fiscal year, the wife of OVER, TIGERS, I ;' it carries a 200-gallon Water

:b nor Holland 'to escort the visiting the report on the training meetingfor any service man in the 4th, 5th, 6th I tank on the truck. The pumper

r congressman to South Florida. Kiwanians of this district, which and 7th pay grades is entitled to receive The Clewiston high school Tigers I has a 500 gallon per minute capacity.

j :- Senator Graham, said further, j was held in Hollywood Sunday. Mr. complete medical, hospital and closed the current 'football season I All the larger cities are augmenting ;

; 'Oil can be brought on a short haul Beardsley was on the program at, the nursing care during her maternity with a 76-26 defeat at the hands of"their equipment with pumpers of

. across the gulf, in tankers'unsuit- training meeting alo. period, without cost to her or her I the. powerful Pahokee Blue Devilsin this type.

k. able ,for ocean service, of which After the regular meeting, a meet- family. Her baby is entitlde to similar a game played on the local field The truck ,was brought out Fri-

:. there are a number 'available. Here ing of the incoming board of directors care without, cost during its Tuesday night. 'day by Ray Larrabee, assistant fire

it can' be transferred to barges-and I I was held, and W. N. Martin, yea ,, the statement said. first I The Pahokee team outweighedthe I chief of the West Palm Beach fire

: towed on up to New Jersey] If I present secretary, was elected secretary Florida, with its 2,307 Clewiston team 30 pounds to the department who helped the local
cases so I
: you're looking for a way to get I for 1944. far, is one of 45 states participating I man, and featured 'the most vicious fire department boys familiarize
( more oil your search can end right: The Kiwanis club will hold its ) blocking and tackling seen on the themselves with its operation. He
I in the which is
I program being car1 -
'
,
-' here. You can look the whole field'of 'annual Christmas meeting on December -s 1 ried out through the various State I local field this season, I remained and demonstrated the

'. transportation over and you Hvon't 22nd. Eachmember is Health Departments. j The Blue Devils 'made 15 first j truck ,to them in, a work-out that

\' find anything else." asked to bring a toy as a, gift, 'which |'![ downs to 6 for the Tigers, and completed -I day. The boys also took the truck
;J In his conference last Thursday will later be turned over to the un- To obtain maternity care, a serv- 7 out of 10 attempted I out Saturday for another rehearsal.
r night with the board Congressman derprivileged child committee and iceman's wife, need only select her I passes The Volunteer Fire Department

L :Hartley explained that he was chair I given to' the Christmas baskets dis- doctor,' obtain' from him an applica- 1 jis made up of the following men, L.
The Tigers have had a fairly ,suc-
man of an unofficial committee of tributed here at ,Christmas. tion form on which she simply I cessful 'j Rosenberg, chief; Robert Rainey,
inexperience
season considering the -
some 135 ''senators and writes her name and address, herhusband's I IA. H. Vann E. Dull, Bobby Hare,
of the team and its handi-
; Lives of northeastern representa-I name, rating and serial !JA. W. McCorkle, 1st 'aid specialist,
won
Nelson Safe
Guy cap in weight. They 7.out. of
number. Her doctor completes the I'
f together to promote 9 I Ken Swayne, R. J, Blount and W.
application, indicating which hospital games. '
taming adequate petroleum products C.' Rainey. '
for their region. i, After Ship Sinking, if, any, that will be used and Plans are now being made for a
; this is forwarded to the State Health football banquet to honor membersof .I School's
East Wants Protection
f:1': In MediterraneanGuy Department which in, turn notifies the team 'Christmas :
f'l "Naturally, are interested in '
we her, and her doctor of approval. The The score of Tuesday's game:

'what :you have done here," he said.I' Nelson unharmed whenhis doctor and the hospital !are paid for Pahokee -..........26 ,6 18 26-76[Play To Be Thursday

,." ""We do not consider the emergency was, (Continued on Page Sj I Clewiston .........13 0 0, 13-26 _
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; over by any means. If sub- ship, the USS BEATTY was sunk
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-, marine attacks on the tankers beneath him in the Mediterranean, y I I A Christmas play will be givenby

: :i'l should be resumed or if militaryneeds" I YOUR Statements Forwarded, the pupils of the Clewiston school
PROTECT
HOME FROMTUBERCULOSIS
Sea on November 6th, and a letter I '
'
i'- abroad should drain supplies I
him the first since the sinking De-cember
from
-
To Taxpayers : %
want ,
we are now receiving we l :
teceived" ;
t: something to_,take Jlheplace of, any 1!I ,, ?as* this week by his I FTSm'will_: : take the pi-ace<"Hf tlte regular -

: \k!. facilities that may be curtailed. Itk' ,mother, Mrs. 'W. S. Bowdon.. :I 0-;I r "P.-T. A.. meeting.
:
JOHN L. FAHS COLLECTOR
appears that use of your waterways vas ,' I The program chosen this ;year is
The sinking of the vessel announced I :
1! V( would ,do us some good and we are II I INTERNAL REVENUE' announces I "Why the Chimes Rang." Leading
: a few 'days after it occurred 'I that statements have been forwarded ,
; definitely interested in having I parts will be taken by Horace
: .' them put, in the best possible shape I! and news reports stated that I[ to all individual taxpayers who I Brown, as Holgar; Charles Miner

1'i ? for oil transportation.. : ." r "next of kin have been notified." I filed an estimated, declaration, for 'I jas Steen; Richard Pape as Bertel;
I' II No statement of the number of lives the year 1943 on September 15th. 1. Carolyn Bryant as old woman
;
/ ,Accompanying the party on the
r: waterway tour were CoL D. W. lost was given in the 'paper, but, it I|I All individuals, who at this time'I I Frances Jordan as Angel.

?t -Griffiths, U.,S. district engineer for was said that casualties,were small.i\I II It find that their estimate prepared Members of the procession will be

Florida; J., R. Peyton, principal engineer -, Guy wrote his mother that he t Il I and filed on September_ 15th is, still Martin Waldron, Ben Bolton, Maur-

at the Jacksonville office ofj j i'came through without a 'scratch. I at least r80 % correct, should returcithe I yne Prewitt, Margaret Williams,
i
i : the army, engineers; A. D. 'H. His address has not changed and he l [ statement which has been forwarded I Sherwood Hall and Sammy Young.

: p and B. R. Kessler of' \ FosseY'1 I expects to be returned to 'the .!I, I to. them with their remit- j A girl's choir will sing during the
: I i tance \covering the total balance dueon I[performance.
\ i r resenting' the Atlantic-Gulf States and assigned tb another ship. |II I ,
I 1 t: association which, arranged for Congressman He gave no !inkling of his where- ; or before December 15th. ; The patrons of the school and the

!I p, Hartley's 'trip.CLEWISTON I I abouts.' I I II f I f j Collector Fahs advises all tax-i I public is cordially invited to attend.

I I Mrs. Bowdon said she felt sure :, payers that 'under existing 'income

f: HOST j j I that Guy was' not lost in the sinking[ I: tax law,, declarations are required 'Course 18 Arrivesi

of the ship, or she would have been .to be within 80 percent correct, I II i I '

E AT JOINT MEETING notified by the war department.She I I I BUY and USE Christmas Seals I otherwise a penaltr will attach. :.For: Flight Training
was fearful, however; that he !I I All taxpayers who find that their

C ,OF FFA BOYS i might have been injured in some I September' estimate was not within ,I -

I: \ 1 I way, or suffered illness from ex-II Car of Workmen Collide 80 percent correct, should file an A' group of Royal Air. Force cadets -
---
; posure. The letter from Guy him- amended estimate on Form 1040ES. and a group of U. S.\ Army Air

r A Joint, meeting of Future Farm- self set all these fears!>> at ease., ,.:With In "I On this form taxpayers shall claim I II j Corps cadets arrived Tuesday and
: ; ''' ers was held in the Clewiston school I Freight Fog
:: Wednesday 'evening when FFA boys Guy has been In ''the battle zone {I credit in Line 4 ,for:, all payments became Course 18 at Riddle Field.
i made during 1948, either on account Riddle Field is operated as Brit-
before
from Moore Haven, Clewiston and I and his vessel, participatedin I
their 1942 income tax liabilityor ish Flying Training School No. ,5,
l lof
f: Belle Glade attended.Members the landing of troops-on North Albert Taylor was injured in a
I I Africa and Italy. During a recent traffic accident due to the very thick previous payments'made on decla-\ and gives complete flying training,
of the Belle Glade I'rations.. The amount left primary, basic, advanced and ground
furlough home, he Balked little of fog that prevailed over the town early.
chapter, one of the most active in I Line 5 ,is the 'amount which should school work. Fifteen courses'have
his experiences, but'said that his Sunday morning, when the car
the state, were invited by the Clew I received their training here and
: be paid with the amended ;
ship was under fire for three consecutive which he 'was driving to work at the ;
l iston chapter to put on the degree days. -1 sugar house ran into a freight trainat I, tion. ,are now serving the United nations
of chapter farmer for the Clewiston I cause 'in the air instructors.
i the highway crossing near the j j To facilitate the handling of these or as
f" boys eligible to advance, to that de j Four classes! have included both
Biifperryi passenger depot. declarations, taxpayers should attach -
.gree. The Belle Glade boys, accompanied -I Wins i I American and British cadets, and
I to the amended declaration the
There were five men in the car,
f' their i I
by advisor Harry II Riddle Field was the first flying
(I statement Form 1124 which has
but the others escaped, injury Tay
George, conducted the ceremony for Honors At CMC school to 'train cadets from the two-
: lor been forwarded to 'them by the Collectors -
who driving, pinned
was was
I I
the following Clewiston I
boys: I I >Ia nations in the same course.
__, : office. All persons are -
back of the steering wheel. The
Lewis Blount, Ben Bolton, Raymond I i I I Len J. Povey" is general manager
I Cadet First extent of ,his injuries has not cautioned that payments or amend
I Trice, Medford Dunaway Sergeant William G. yet of the school, Wing Commander A.
; Charles Benbow, Sammy Young, Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 'been determined, as his, chest ,and ed declarations must be made or filed I A. DeGruyther is Commanding Officer -,
I back both hurt. He is confinedto J. on or before December 15th, to
: Clarence Stiles, Junior Martinez, Perry, was named the graduate with I are ,' "-* 'avoid penalty. of the RAF and Major B. J../
Johnny Sullivan, ''Bobby Croy, Mel- :'highest honors at the high school' J JI ) the local,hospital. fBurham is Commanding Officer of
vln Torbert, Bobby Topper, Gilbert :' The fog was very thick and Tay-i
Military'I
,', k I j department of the Georgia IAAF.
McLeod, Curtis Pullen Martinez I lor did not see the freight train Current Time Magazines]
Jack College, in Milledgeville, Ga., at'I
Frank Conkling Richard | '[ across throad until he was too I
,
Pape
graduation'
exercises held' there Fri-
; Decoration
.anti Martin Waldron. I day. close to stop' the car before. it struck I i ithe Needed for School Work: Contest Will

i '; "Moore Haven members attending I Bill, who is only 16 years of age train. -- Not Involve Lighting -
were Gene Click, Dean Heflin, Sion :, I I '
was the id
next the youngest
I member Bernard Myer, history instructor I Iof' ]I _
U. S. Coast' Guard
Stalls, Paul Whidden .and Tommy of the class. He has been a student I
local school has asked
the high
I i j i
'Waymari.M. at Mrs. W. L. Lott, president of the
the schol for two
the News to publish an appeal for : Clewiston Garden Club has asked
High Moves Headquarters :
H. Sharpe, .vocationalagricul ling, there frock the Clewiston 1: i current Issues of Time magazine for I., the News to state that the Christ-

Cure instructor, divides his time be- i[ School, where he completed the 1 1I I the use of pupils in his history,class- mss decoration'contest will'not involve -
tween the Moore Haven and the i j Sophomore year. He attended the assignment I
is'!
I : es. Each week an
151 The United States 'Coast Guard : special lighting this year.. Two
Clewiston school and is advisor to i Georgia school continuously for current
i: has ,transferred the headquarters of II I given from the issue of i|I prizes are to be' given one for indoor -
:both months in
these chapters. : stepped-up wartime i
I: the Lake Okeechobee aid to navigation Time. One copy Is placed in the trees which are visible from
Included in theentertainment for 1 schedule which set the graduation I i1 service from Moore Haven to public library each week and is ai-I I the street, and one for doorway
of the class in
December instead of ,
the evening were: opening 'and clos- Clewiston, and Charles Atwill who ways used by the pupils, but I decorations. In the past these doorway -
ing ceremonies; degree ceremony; a next June. has' been stationed here on that'work the assignment requires that the j I decorations have featured light-

<' basketball! game between chosen Bill plans to enter the Universityof for several, years, has receh'ed'or- book be taken, home for a few days, ling, but this year, in compliance
,. teams; weiner roast with coffee and Florida at the beginning of ,the ders to transfer to Clewiston.The more Issues are needed. ,I! with ,a war-time ',request for conservation -

Cokes and parched peanuts.. second semester, late in January, work of keeping the lake Any who will give their issue each of materials, 'no lighting will

M. R,. Stroud,' principal of' the I and until then will enjoy a well- channels marked for navigation, week for this purpose are asked to I be used on ,doorway decorations.

Clewiston school, and a group of, earned vacation at his, home here. bouys, ,etc., in proper shape is per- contact either Mr Myer or Mrs. 'Dean Judging will take place on Thursday -

I 1 small boys who have, sold peanuts at, I Mr. and Mis. Perry and their formed by this service' and boats King, librarian. One o} the high December 23rd. Entries will

I ',,:' the various games, were also, guests.at : 1 young son went to Milledgeville for are kept here ready for use when- school pupils will call for the book, be judged on originality, color,

,r: the meeting.. I the graduation. ever the need arises. or it may be left at the library. symmetry and appropriateness. Y

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THE loved rather. the greatest, loved conviction loved happiness for in ourselvessay that spite of life ware oJourselves. ull i'' lii j I III'r\\I tutu. b Jane antt C01'b Ctct-U McGUURE SYNDICATE.W.N.U.FEA7UtZES.. '!:'7A. .. I\\\\\lm\\\I II !\II\I iirXraThat's Thin ",; 'I I ,


.'. .. '_ "Are .Charley's cattle too. skinny to 'i
.-Victor Hugo. dizzy ing gloomily at the sell?" i
not Marcia! She's too people passingon
"Oh ,
at
show -no
One ship drives east, another west Jan Payson sings In the floor wouldn't, waste time gossipingto the sidewalk. Then Jan told him "Skinny? Why, right now, he could r
With the selfsame uinds that blow; the Devon Arms. She used invalid to sell magazines sister, JThat girl has about her talk with Paul. brand them two at a time by just put- '
her hotel managers.
'Tis the of the sails there to support ling carbon paper between them!"
set '
discharged her hands trying to marry Tony listened with growing inter- ,
Dora, but Paul Harris enough on her "
the
And gales,
not when she was late for work on Thanks- money her first season. You can est as Jan outlined the trouble Jack ;
tells the to Mrs. Henpeck
Which
us nay go.IELLA always weighs her \
WILCOX. giving. Later, when he found out that, her. We have just time for had been in when he and a group of !,
WHEELER forget words before and
speaking
:
the rich William Anthony Deverest knew floor before the boys broke into the Y.M.C.A. and never : :
around the +:;::
Our bravest and best lessonsare In the once gives short weight."C")
her the leading part ,
her, he
gave the
waiter comes. Please It's heavenly went swimming in. pool. She f '
not learned through success, floor show, thinking that Devcrest's In- I _
with you, he coaxed. was not looking at him as she spoke
misadventure.A.B. Jan, however I dancing Could :
but through terest would bring patronage. Be
,
did ;'
softly and not notice how theman's I : 'l
Alcott. thinks Deverest Is his own chauffeur Paul Harris was as nearly effu- "See here, waiter-there's an insect :"':/ .. .
tightened and his
Williams, and he does not for a man of his jaw eyes
Tony possible "
sive as was, this
on plate!
is carrying on promptlyand ,
Duty her, because she tells him be when he narrowed at her vivid description of i 1
dare enlighten restraint to "
faithfully the affairs now she bates Deverest because of his wealth. habitual Jack's home life and his compan- "Well, well. So it is. Wonder if it \ ,
before you. It is to fulfill the Harris is disappointed because the show saw Jan in the doorway. ions. could be one of them vitamin bees ,,' ',,\,,.

claims of toda-Goethe. is not a success, and places the blame on "Come in, come in," he invited. "I'd like to see Jack," Tony said, we read so much about." :.:<<:j:

Jan. She decides to ease her mind by Then as Jan obeyed, "Off to see- bringing the car to an abrupt halt, '

telling Tony her troubles.CHAPTER. somebody?" "where does he live?" : ;l,

"I'm going ,to see Mr. Dcverest, "Would you really like to' go Just 2 drops Penetro it

Relief At LastForVourCough III off," 'Jan said, trying to appear cas- there?" asked Jan doubtfully."I Nose nostril Drops help in each you fir:!':

ual."He's think we ought to see what's breathe freer almost iI
It was the opening she had been not going away again! ex- going on," said Tony. "Sometimesit UEI LC head instantly.coldnasalmfsery.Relieve the

waiting for and Jan forced herself claimed Paul. helps a kid to talk things over Only 25c-2% times as

to seize it. In ,halting phrases she "Yes, he is." This was harder than with a man who understands his much Use only for 50c.directed.Caution: '

relieves promptly because told him something of the life she she had expected., There was a brief problems.!" / Penetro Nose as Drops j

Creomulsion it goes right to the scat of the and Dora had led at Mrs. Manord's.She ,. but chilling silence. Jan forced her- Jan, vaguely distrustful of the ex-

trouble to help loosen and expel described Paul's sudden inter- self to meet the suddenly alert gaze periment, directed him through the
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto est in her and her bewilderment as that the manager'' turned on her. narrow streets that led to her for-
and heal raw, tender, inflamed State Department Offices.
soothe mem- to the cause of it. There was disbelief in his penetrating mer' rooming house. She was still

branes.Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell you But as she reached the point !ir stare which changed, as Jan more hesitant ,when a crowd of boys While the state department has

a bottle of Creomulsion with the un- her narrative where Paul had referred watched him in fascinated distress, gathered around the car as they closed 53 of its foreign offices since

derstanding you must like the way it to William Anthony Dever- to a sort of icy anger. But when he stopped. in front of, the door. Pearl Harbor, it still maintains 246

quickly allays the cough back.CREOMULSION or. you are est, she felt 'him stiffen with new .spoke his voice was controlled as "Gee, that's Jan Payson!", she embassies, legations and consu-

to have your money interest. She made herself go on, ever. heard a voice from the rear of the lates and 21 consular agencies, '
him ,picture of all with 45 ambassadors and minis-
complete
giving a "Will Mr. Deverestjbe gone long? group say with awe.
for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis that had happened to her that day. Paul ''inquired. "Jack!" she called, as she"' steppedto ters and 4,000 officers and em-

"So you've got to produce" Wil- "Indefinitely," said Jan. She ,the curb. Importantly Jack Mal ployees.

liam Anthony in person, eh? might as well get this thing settled lord shouldered a couple of boys '

U. S. Military Courts in BritainOf "Oh,Tony, I know that's impossi-- once and for all. out of his way and ,sidled forward.

the dozen or more Allied Na- ble. But if there was, some other chance have "Jack, is your mother home?"
"You wouldn't by any k VEGETABLE
tions whose troops are stationedin ,vay-maybe I could meet somebody with Mr. Deverest?" The boy grinned, and made some
had 'a quarrel
Great Britain, the United Statesis ;lse-" she floundered and stopped."No unintelligible ,sound that Jan took
Paul began. Laxative
the only one that has been per- that wouldn't be so good for affirmative..

mitted to establish its own mili- If[[ they want Deverest, they should -- "Well, you tell your mother that For Headache,
'
tary courts. have him." I've brought a friend to see her ; ii Sour Stomach

Jan sighed. "Well, I guess Dora I' and we want to talk to her and. r and Dizzy
md I will just have to forget all ii 'I you." Spells when

IRRITATIONS, OF about it.'I can get a job'somewhere "Aw gee!" Jack protested, ; caused by Con Useonlyasdirected.
stipation.
,
S KI i lse. his freckled face reflecting his an- iL ..
1\1 EXTERNAL CAUSEacne .
"But why, Tony demanded.'You
guish. "You can ankle in there IF 15 doses ,for
pimples, bumps (blackheads relieve), and know my boss isn't like a lot yourself. She ain't doin' nuttin' now. only 10 cents.
ugly broken-out skin. Millions N
miseries with simple home treatment. of theseplayboys he's always _- Fox An' .I wanna look at de ,bus."
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids !voided publicity like poison. Why, l I
healing, works the antiseptic way. Use nany's the time I've to a banquet ,Tony signaled to Jan to go ahead
gone
Black and White Ointment only as directed. and invitingly threw open the door
.lOc,25c 50c sizes.25 years success. -or a dinner and said I was he.
fella
of the car to Jack. "All right, ,
:Money-back guarantee. 42T Vital in "
I got with it, too.
away
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous hop in!"
Black and White Skin Soap daily. "Tony, you didn't! Jan could Mrs. Mallord, graciously., forget;

scarcely believe her ears. ting the troublesome times when Jan Difficult Wire Laying x
"Sure I did. And I'll do.it again.
and her. sister, had lived in the apart- To establish telephone commu-
There had been a hundred thingso ment upstairs, was delighted to'see nications across an-almost impass-

see to before Tony could ,appearit her ,visitor. She hastily wiped off a able glacier in Alaska, the glacierwas
the Devon Arms. Jan had had a chair and admired Jan's :Mary Elizabeth "bombed" with reels of wire

alk with Paul Harris and made it Howard outfit with extrava. dropped by an army bomber alonga
lear to him that"there must be' no 'gant but sincere praise. line, staked out in the snow by

Don't fool with a cold Neglect d. it. publicity about the appearance of Jan, her purpose accomplished, engineers.
may condition.easily develop Rest-into avoid a more exposure.serious dr. Deverest. "He absolutely for- took Mrs. Mallprd auf to meet To-

And for usual cold miseries, get bids it," she told the hotel manager.Jan I ny. She,found him just driving,back, J
Grove's Cold Tablets. They're like a
bL
doctor's prescription-that Is multiple hoped that the fatal nightwhen the expensive car jammed with dir- YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM
medicine. Work on all Ia these Tony 'was to show up at the __ ___ 4'gp ty, gamin faces that were strangely
of cold headache '-
symptoms body aches "fever a -nasal stuffiness. )evon Arms would never arrive. wistful and frankly awed by the flASHESIf
Why just suffer along? Take Grove's id.: If Tony was at the table perfection of the machine in which HOT
Cold Tablets exactly as directed.Ask
your druggist for Grove's ColdTabletsfor agreed upon, she would die, she they rode. They were a subdued suffer from hot flashes,
fifty years known to millions as knew, and if he wasn't there she group as they tumbled out of, the you
"Bromo Quinine" Cold Tablets! weak,nervous, cranky feelings, area
Save MoneyGet Large Economy Size would die, too, even more'suddenly! car and stood in an unmoving circle bit blue at times-due to the
For a moment, as the spot light about it, their eyes fastened fixedlyon functional "middle-age" period
and held her she dazzled He looked pleased and peculiar to women-try Lydia E.
aught; was tU 1 Tony, Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundto
and could see nobody. But as happy and, Jan thought, almost as relieve such symptoms. Taken
the song went on and the other girls : ;young as the boys around him. regularly Pinkham's Compound

took up,the chorus, the light shifted, rt:1 "You have a fine boy there, Mrs. helps build up resistance against
It nature
and she could see Tony at the ringside Mallord. He and 'I are going to such Also a distress..fine stomachic helps tonic. Follow -

table.It the hockey game tomorrow night if label directions.

Light From Distant Stars was because she was staringat you will let me take him." .LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE
The amount of light that reachesthe him hard that Jan did not
so seea .."...... ....r' ... ", ,- Mrs. Malford_ ,since she, did not
eye from some distant stars is girl who was approaching his ta- have to defend her offspring"" began
equivalent to the light coming ble until she suddenly ,at his
was
"You have a fine boy there, Mrs. apologizing for him. She went on
from a candle six miles away. side, laughing down at him. Tony Mallord." to explain Jackie's goodness of lieart AT FIRST

pushed back his chair and rose in- as an excuse for his evident lack of D

stantly, catching both the hands the \ "Well, .it wasn't exactly a quar- polish, and this led to relating how
0 girl extended to him in his big brown rel." said ''Jan hastily. "It was a it was that Jackie had had trouble GNOFAO"

SNAPPY FACTS ones. sort of-of disagreement." with the law, and the funeral ,she 6 "
It was with an effort'that Jan took "Perhaps there'is a new-what the had missed attending. Jan, worriedfor

ABOUT the solo part again as 'the voices of,, columnists call 'heart throb?' fear she would be late, tried to USE

I the other girls came to a stop. She "I don't but Tony seemed strangely
Jan colored at his tone. interfere, 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS
felt as if she could not make a recital and asked
know," she said shortly., "Really, interested in the ,
sound. Her throat was constrictedwith all sorts of details such as the
,1rftRUBBER Mr. Harris for
terror, and she was surprisedto and where
uncle's
name
\ Paul deceased Not to Swat
hear herself singing the mournfulnotesof "Come, come, Miss! Payson,
was suddenly the, practical man of he had lived. Girl (to aviator-Mister, would -
the "blues" song that was. "Well I didn't mean to let you in
ambrini's the world. "I don't have to explainto you take me, for a little fly?
take special pride. for all that," Jan said with a little all.. You
Military requirements. again that your value to Aviator-Why, not at
"Why you stay back here? in, you finally drove, away,
they
the major portion of avail- drawing laugh when like little girl.
a a
the show is chiefly as look more
: able rubber supplies for tires quired Zambrini solemnly. "Go out Deverest and his I "but when Mrs. Mallord starts, it's
for Mr.
card
(for planes, trucks, and,other see' Mr. Deverest. Mr. Harris like have hired a girl like a steam roller .- ."
war vehicles), treads for that. Go' on-go on out now." friends. I could "I enjoyed it."
tanks, boats, balloons, rain- He urged. her hastily toward the entrance who could sing and dance as ,well

coats; pontons, shoes, surgi- to the supper room. Mechanically perhaps better than you, at less It didn't seem to Jan that the
cal supplies, and hundreds of Jan obeyed. This was what salary than I am paying you. I different from any of 1
other essential military items.That's need never have mentioned supply- day was any
their plan had been.: She might as the others since her talk: with Paul
why patriotic civilians in this hotel,
with
: ing her a room
well with it.
through sunlight,
go The morning
Harris.
take' the restrictions on their suite.
1
whole
rubber use in an understanding Before Jan was halfway across the much less a. streaming' across the deep blue of I 1 1
spirit. room to Tony's table he was on his Jan hoped she would not cry She the sitting room carpet, lay in the

feet and coming toward her. "You took a firmer grip on the edge of same pattern; ''Dora's smile,was justas
According to the court historianto were gorgeous," he whispered, pull- the desk, staring down at the bright i contented as ever as Jan settled

Columbus Philip II,was'and credited recorded with In 1615 hav-, ing Jan's hand through his arm. He blue blotter which ,covered the top. her among the pillows of her chaise

ing found natives bounding rub settled her in a chair at the table "What do you want me to do longue. Recommendedby

ber play balls (1490.1500) and and sat down in his own,. hitching it now?" she asked in a hushed tone. "Dora! You lifted that tray so'eas- ,

to have brought some back from around so that it would be closer Paul was silent. When he finally ily. Do you really feel-" by ManyDOCTORS

Hispaniola to Queen Isabella.B.FGoo1rj to hers. spoke, 'she felt the icy fingers that "Oh, I'm well enough-my doctor

"I've ordered supper for you," he clutched her heart. beginning slow- man has been giving me all sorts of c!

I said briskly, "we don't have to ly to relax. little things to do that I never J .

waste any time over that." She and Dora would stay on in did before. It was going to be a I 'l *

"Oh, Tony," said Jan with a little the suite they' now occupied.The great surprise for you some day to

catch in" her voice, "will you lose wardrobe Mary Elizabeth see me go through my daily dozen Helps tone up adult

your job? Howard had already provided for all at one time. But I forgot and t : systems helps

"Why should I? her would see Jan through the season lifted the tray. I've spoiled the sur- .I t children build sound
"That girl-that girl, half buriedin the went on. They prise," Dora said sadly. bones.Gems
manager
silver fox-won't she tell who j; teeth, strong
?" would also take their meals as be- Jan hugged her so hard that the ; .
you are fore. And in return, Jan was to receive orange juice and coffee were in !/ OD
"You mean Marcia? Did
you see while continuing r :
a nominal salary danger of falling to the floor.
grave
her stop here? said Tony comfortably. Agit11Vrs
-
"That's ,Marcia Mayfield, very her work in ,the floor show. She could not speak; her heart was ,,: ,

much Social Register, just out this Jan, stammering 'a little, man- too full'for words. But she resolved I
She knows-my boss. Just aged to thank Mr. Harris and escaped that if there was ever anything she
year.
stopped to ask me when he'll be back to the street where Tony Wil- could do for kindly Dr. Curtis she
,
in town." i liams was waiting, the car drawn would ,never count the cost to her 0

t "But won't she tell somebody, up to the curb.Together self."J
maybe Paul Harris, who you are?" they sat in silence, star- : BE CONTINUED)

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\,4 # Mr. and Mrs. Newlywed were I AND'THE'll information on various subjects l
silent as the train bore them swiftly '
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41 1 1\1\11111 l LSCRE&O honeymoon. The Questions 6. Where did the ancient Pitts

Released by Western Newspaper Union Mr. Newlywed hsyi: spent overy .- live? I .
SULFATEIn By VIRGINIA VALE available penny on the holiday and 1. The United States has had 7. How many equal sides. has all-
BENZEDRINE his next pay day was a full two isoceles triangle?
Released by Western Newspaper Union how many national political par- :
weeks off. ties?
my articles on health and ONE of the air's best pro But as they neared home the 2. A harp usually has how many -'
:: weight, I have mentioned the use of "ShipmatesAshore young wife gave a merry laugh. strings? The Answers
benzedrine sulfate (amphetamine) With frown'her husband asked Who /- 1
soon be broad- a 3. wrote the Virginia statute '
in reducing weight., It.. has.. a"" _"dou-_.L !_ may the cause of her merriment. for religious freedom? 1. Thirty-five, only five of which:
ble action' eneci; m cast nationally; it's a variety have elected Presidents. l'
r'I'm going to tell you 'a secret 4. Do men in the armed forcesof
that ir takes away show, done by British Broad 2. Forty-six strings.
the appetite for food with that will cheer you up, Billy she the United States have a draft 3. Thomas Jefferson.
casting company, an said. "Before went I
classification
the indi- we away ?
and 4. Yes
causes Class 1-C.
? American star and an Englishone hid ten dollar bill in the -
a pantry. 5. to
be
vidual to more According legend, who stole Prometheus.: .
active. He is inclinedto broadcasting from New York, "Yes," moaned the dejected fire from heaven and bestowed.. it 6. Britain. .
move about more and two of the same from Londpn. spouse,'"I know. I found it." upon morals? 7. Two i\equal sides.GRANDMA .
instead of allowinghis It goes to fighting men on the seven
excess weight to seas, and it's thrilling.. Gertrude I

keep That him benzedrine lazy. Lawrence Seamen's Church went down Institute to New on York's a, bitter I Favorite Flowers for linens i KNEW
I Ir
sulfate has this same Saturday morning recently, to suet She used she mutton medIcated I ABOUT COLDS ;
double action effect sing ando chat with Burgess Mere- at home to relieve cold-coughing,

Dr. Barton m the.treatment ofalcoholism t Pattern 7568 contains a transfer patternof muscle aches. Smart mothers today sim-
has been 16 motifs 4 ply rub on Penetro. Modern medication
averaging ?; by 3% inches; in base old
containing reliable mutton
reported. Some months'ago I men- stitches. suet. Relieves such colds' distress. 25c.
tioned the work of Dr. W. Bloom- ct10G' Due to an unusually large demand and Double supply 35c. Today, get Penetro.
Boston recorded in the 4I current war conditions slightly more timeIs
\ berg, as.
required in filling orders for a few, of
American Journal of Psychiatry. t/ the most popular pattern numbers.
While this article has aroused interest Send your order to: Head of Miss Liberty I
L and helped many alcoholics, s q The head of the Statue of Lib-

there are many who have not heard Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. erty can accommodate 40, persons
,about it and so I am again passingit 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, 111. standing upright.

along to my readers. Enclose 15 cents (plus one, cent to
"When an alcoholic stops the, use cover cost of mailing) for/Pattern

of alcohol, he is severely depressedand No. .............. Gas
on Stomach
uncomfortable and feels
'very cfDoQ Name ...................;........... Relieved In 5 minutes double j
that he must take something to relieve or money back
him. As the only thing he 4 I D3q Address .,............................ When Eras,excess sour stomach stomach and acid heartburn causes painful,doctors suffocatIng usually
:. knows to give 'relief is alcohol he : ,prescribe pmptomatierelief-medlcineahkethoseinBell the fastest-acting medicines 1 known aos for
turns to it and the vicious circle con- Tablets. No laxative Bell-ans brings comfort li *
nffy: or double I your money back on return of bottle
;, tinues. Because he continues to take When you see 'news photos of to us 26c at all druggists
alcohol to obtain relief it is often -
GERTRUDE LAWRENCE soldiers "off duty" in camp or be-
necessary to place him in an insti- 7568.W hind 'the battle-lines-notice how

: tution." dith London; said he: "Tell Paul-, often you'll see them smoking a YOUR__ __ looks Morolinelah better groomed Tonic.Keep with$
Dr. Bloomberg's method of treat- ette I got her Christmas present.' 4 cigarette. There's a good reason. HAIR, unruly hair in, place.
.t, ment is simple and effectivd.. The Tried out on a local New York Y for that. Army officials say that ve-Gives lustre: Big bottle
.' alcohol is stopped at once and ,he station, the program's been a great cigarettes are an appreciable factor ALWAYS only 25c. Sold everywhere.
is given 10 to 30 mg. (sometimesmore success, and an' important part, of ; ; in maintaining morale=and ,
is needed as determined by the hands-across-the-sea movement: / the soldiers themselves add that a
i test) of benzedrine 'sulfate daily, in -7 AV V carton of cigarettes from home' is Weight of V-RIail ,

; two equal doses, one with break- Andrew Stone has cooked r always welcome. What brand? V-mail weighs one-sixty-fifth of ,
fast and the other at It is not up, ordinary mail.
noon.
something 'special for his "Sensa-t Well, sales 'records in Post Exchanges :
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usually given later than noon and
; and Canteens show that
,: ions of 1944" (Eleanor Powell, W.I'
never in the evening as it keeps Camels the favorite
C. Fields). He's concluded arrangements are cigarettewith
mind and body active and would interfere

men in all the services.
with the state of Colorado to
with sleep. This dose or the have a man walk a tight-wire across' .J Though there are Post Office restrictions Tropkal Tro irolel.
dose best suited to his needs should
on packages to overseas
.
he First off he
Royal Gorge. want-
be continued .. .
until the is
patient reasonably -
Army men, you can still send j
ed to
the act
stage over Niagara tMON RANG[ PatMOND
work without comfortable his and able' to Tails, but authorities on both the; Camels to soldiers in the U. S., ,,,.,,
alcohol.
should and to Sailors Marines and Coast
U. S. and Canadian sides of the falls ,
{ t then be ,
: gradually reduced and finally Guardsmen wherever they 'are.-
far'refused
have
l k stopped, after which an occasional so to play. Adv.
r. dose can be taken in periods of de- --'I'. "
pression in, place of alcohol. This Marking the most important, Pan-

I drug should not be used to give the American alliance in the motion pic-; ---- ',',':,:i-;
, L individual a "pick-up" following an hire industry in recent-years, United rFBACK
' :; occasional spree. Artists has arranged to distribute in- WHETHER it's towel or pillowcase -
: Dr. Bloomberg states that benzedrine all Latin-American countries and inSpain sc rf or cloth you are 'l1t
' embroidering, it will be enhanced SUND
sulfate is a dangerous drug in, the product of a new Mexican
,' by these "true to life"
,, unskilled hands and should never betaken production company, Artistas Aso- garden
:: except under the supervision ciados S. A. favorites. y, DEC 12th
I : of a physician. -f-: :
. When ,NBC was' informed that
: Cobra Venom Eases Parks Johnson and Warren Hull of, Hatches Eggs in Mouth FRED r'
: : "Vox Pop". would be armchair de-'

: \ Agony of Cancer tectives on an Ellery Queen Broad-' Some fish have curious breeding $
cast, an NBC executive asked "Whois habits. The curious haplochromis,
I .' Parks Johnson? Isn't he in radio for example, uses its mouth as an ILLENAA
As one of the most severe pains ?" "Vox Pop" was a popular incubator, meanwhile going on a
I \ that afflict man is that of cancer NBC show for nearly five years be, self-denying diet. This fish is only
;. which cannot be reached by surg- fore it switched to CBS! Incidentally -; two to two and a half inches long, PORN Lf -
; ery, X-rays or radium, the use those two Vox Poppers should be as a rule. '
\ t., of morphine has come into almost decorated for the swell job they're When the time comes for spawn- ,: 'j A PAYERS dLY'1Bt
; general use. While morphine ,dulls doing these days. ing, the male will make a hollow in W-
:' or deadens the-pain of cancer, it also /E-- the sand, and in this the eggs are '
; deadens the mind, eyes, hearing, Did. you hear little Dickie Mono-i deposited ''and fertilized. The female ad
r '. taste and other senses of the body. ban when he covered himself with, then picks up the eggs in OC Wg1G r
I ,J In addition, the forming of the morphine glory on the CBS "Big Town" program her mouth, carrying them about ther EO 8'1:
I habit quite often follows. playing ,a little blind boyl this way for about two weeks until CBS Stations Ew TEXACODEA.E.RS,
P However, all severe pain is not whose dog was run over by gang-l, the young hatch out. 30P M
; due to cancer but to many other sters? A Warner Bros. scout did,, Themouth, of the female continues -

I .t conditions, so that a substitute for,' and promptly arranged to interview to act as a refuge for the little i sr's: Z'at.. .\; ..aa.1t
morphine that would give relief from Dickie-object, a screen test. fish until they are able to foragefor
pain and not dull the --.:;:
senses, nor r- themselves. During the periodof t
establish a habit, has been the To John Charles Thomas falls the hatching the mother does not Send Your Sera
i aim of research workers throughoutthe distinction of occupying Radio City's take food. 0

\ world. That cobra venom is' a famed Studio 8H, better known as

worthy substitute in many cases of the Toscanini studio, now that he ,
--
severe pain is now established. ,is broadcasting his Sunday NBC ;

r Some years ago Dr. David I. program from New York for seven -" ,,- -' ,
Macht was able to show that the weeks, while making 21 :rlet' Opera ,
pain of cancer could be'relieved in appearances! ? ;:;;

at least' 50 per cent of cases by in- -4k--- "
jection of cobra venom. Barbara Hale, former Chicago / ,\ > .
More recently, in the Transactions model who came to film prominence ;
< .' of the American Therapeutic socie- when she was picked to play opposite
ty, Dr. Macht has been able'to show Frank Sinatra in "Higher and Higher -i
I tl'w
i
has been given another w
that cobra venom also relieved the good
pain in tic douloreux (trigeminal 'role by RKO-the second feminine

neuralgia), arthritis, locomotor lead in the Pat" O'Brien starrer,
ataxia, sciatica, angina pectoris, "Marine Raiders.
shingles and other painful diseases. -=tL-
Another gratifying discovery is Jimmy Cash, singing star of the

that, whereas morphine dulls the Burns and Allen CBS program, will 1, :rrC
vision, cobra venom actually "sharp- make his picture debut in the Uni- r 'b1
ens" the vision; objects become versal film tentatively titled "Cross
clearer and for a greater distance. Your Fingers." He gets a break;
i Further, while the sense of smell an original number, "A Dreamj
i is depressed by morphine, it is Ago," has been written for him.

i greatly increased by injections of ;:E-
:I cobra venom. And that other special Time was when nod Hollywo

sense, hearing, which is blunt- actress would admit that she ev ,
ed by morphine, is sharpened by lifted a finger around the house; nij
.- the use of cobra venom. they pitch in and are proud of
;., l Finally, what is most important Dorothy Lamour and her mother <
' {I. to the patient and his family, is that, their own washing for five month]
.\ while morphine dulls or deadens the while ago. Jean Arthur, Joan Crd
j intellect, cobra venom, on the contrary ford, Ann Sheridan, Betty Grab! ; y'
I tends to quicken mental rei you can go right ,down the list, 2! 4 ke to tid
I i sponses. This mental test" of. the find the girls proud of being able
:, effect of cobra venom was tried out cook, garden, do practically anyl
on 20 college students. The use of chore and take pride in it. Claudette] p itt
cobra venom brought answers in less Colbert's butler once"was one of her/
time and decreased the number of: 'I prides-now she buttles, and ver l
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THE CLEWISTOtf) NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 194S- ,
FOUR :i

lection''in ,the past has' been tha Suspension ,of Quotas on 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIC." IIIIIIIIIIIII! llIllllllllIlIioi' IIIIIIIIIIIII '( IIIIIIIIIIIIII lIllIIlIllllll IIIIII1II11III ("ffiJ] .1,

The Clewiston News people ,objected ,to paying .r
many :c
when they saw fellow citizens get Slaughter of livestock, S :

pUbllhed every Friday In Clewis NEWS ton,, by and with finally delinquency settle for year a few after cents yea 01: Has Been, Extended :s; j

Tnc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON the dollar. : Boiit rely on a

But the collection of taxes and thincreasing ,Suspension of all quotas on the :'>

KE4.THL.KY BOAVDHV, Editor of State and Count:, slaughter of livestock by commercial b, ,.
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I. revenues means little from the stand slaughterers which' was to terminate :. wishbone :i:
if governmen December 1 has been extended until ,
class mall matt( point of the taxpayer
February Entered as I, 1927 second, at the Test Office 1 in makes' no effort to effect economie, further notice, according to an announcement -\ :t'. i
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of and insists on squandering the by Charles B. Spof 1 1Ili : '
March! 3,' 1897. Food DiStribution ;
"take" regardless of its size. ford Area Administration."Today's Supervisor, \ qY

: Unfortunately, today both federa .
Subscription Uatc$2.50 Per Ycnr action will give packers :
and state government seems. to .
On Application. thi and butchers, who hold a govern-\\ } f '
Advertising Rates operate on the basis that even '
and the amoun ment license, an opportunity ::' I :!: ,
collections are good
ticipate more actively in, ? l
advancement and w-el. of tax money coming in is greater:
: 'xQAf
Devoted to the record hog market-1'
fare of Clewlston _and Ilendry ,Count; than ever before, there is no occasion ing this year's ,'. '-\( .s f
ing the peak season just
to conserve, and instead of taking : '
lighten th Spofford'said.. I :: *
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'action that might !
:! burden they are up to their ears with. !; It follows the suspension i last\ ...''. \'IIIII'l '. .'s' ,
spending. week of all limitations onfarm .0'j
EDITORIAL
NATIONAL plans for more + \ +:
J(
I slaughter of hogs and the temporary r-r.t'
ASSOCIATION At the last session of the legislature .. .i
reduction by OPA in: the num- {

m 1'! produced; we' passed more revenue a cigarette than tax.anyon It ber of ration points required for' the\ =i: A savings account, =i:

of pork products.
purchase

1 i I ever:an mark dreamed down it in would.jour little But bool you I I possible Spofford is being indicated done that td bring everything about\ =i= g with our insured, =i=, ; ,

: right now that this tax will remain :. orderly marketing of livestock and will =
=: :
take cjs; safety provide Fz
.. .1: and others will be added to at support I
: > maintain prices
.... x."x-:":": :.: :", : :-:-:": : from the: to hog
nore: and more and more : levels. Farmers are urged to cooperate =: == '
the want i
things
taxpayer, while government agencie by getting in touch with you :
I will find ways and means of spend bef01'eshipping v I IV
Too Late To Classify their marketing agencies I IY
of the amoun
ng it regardless' hogs to be sure they can ?

By RUSSELL KAY 1 raised. be handled. v vv vv
No one objects to a just and rea

-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:-t-:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..) ionable jut both tax State for and service National rendered gov, I' Cadets To- Have Dance :V s: ?* ,

Florid: rnments insist on collecting and I To Celebrate HolidaysThe f vv
in the
.A recent dispatch spending milliqns and billions 01:l ,'. ..
reads as follows: i doe .. :
Times-Union ion-essentials, that, the taxpayer 's.'
"For the first till1'e in over 10 ; lot require and does not want. The) Cadets at Riddle Field will A A V

real estate to advertise use this increased revenue to built hold a benefit dance at Sugarland A ?
is no "
there
years or sell for taxes this year in; I ;ip, political ,machines to provide( Auditorium Saturday evening, December A A V
N. C. Collection" o .hem with greater power,, and 3.1 t 18th. The dance will be-' A

Gibsonville taxes, on real estate was 10'' ach session of the legislature, gin at 9:30, and admission' will be .. ?...
1942 ;
for civilians, $1.50 for'ca-
$2.00 ,
community, according bureaucratic employees highpresure IIIIIIIIIIIIII J IIII'1111111' : ) illlllllllllll l lll ti
percent in the dets. i iI ':>llllllllllllll \:;;\llllllllllllll llllllllllM' 11111IIIIIIIIIr:>llllllllllillli'1.A!
to information presented to the the lawmakers to further their. r I

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Officers. I We are justly proud of the fac '
\
I Florida political subdivision;
While we can understand tin ,that
'with which this! are meeting their tax obligations, .-
pride "
Justifiable ,.
Forth Carolina community make but we do not look on this as ar g $ MW gffiri.wr.Hf < : < '

this announcement, we can't help occasion that justifies'further ,
'
wondering why certain Florida poll wanton and reckless spending. Un-/ .

tical subdivisions are hiding their less we demand that common sense

light under a bushel, for if the' rec and reason be exercised by those P6d66 ,.., .: ,;,{
I
ords of Col. Jim Lee's office are ac who spend our tax money, all this ,1r. :
collection will for Vou ,
ii efficient go
that have .
we C "
it
curate, appears ,
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communitybut naught. }
single :
this state not a : 'n ..,.. .- .
several counties; with'such r The last legislature made a sincere i -

record. effort to check such spending I \ 'h.

Collections on the state's 1945; and set up intelligent and rea- FLORIDA ,

tax roll' have been phenomenal. Witt I I sonable program as evidenced ,by the I : '- : \ 2. .
only one county missing, delta-! so-called; "House Philosophy" section ";.:"'>'j. :' ';'. '
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which clos I of the Appropriations Bill, but .
was ;
quency; on the joll, i -.;"

ed following'the sale time during the- the power spenders of bureaucratic was too and great governmental ::: \ IPd S4i ;: !J : .
all -practically / :
summer, reached an I ., re<< : : '
unheard of-low, the delin and the effort was defeated. "'. oaZ' 7.y -- '

quency figures being only 1.12 %.I At the 'next legislative session i.! f.. cie; ,(;; ; ;

Of a real -estate roll totalling $20 I more spending, agencies will.be. : ; .
215,537, only $216,992 in certificates -I created, and more taxes will be assessed :' .
were sold to the counties. Only .- unless the people themselves .

one county had a delinquency in make vigorous protest-for no mat-

excess_ of 5%,; only eight were over ter how much we assess and how : _
Z% ; thirty had less than 1 %-andhere's I"much we collect, it will never be LOCAL BOYD COAT&ITALY,
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Bradford, Union and Charlotte: REPORTED long- as he people submit,I

NO, DELINQUENCY ... AT I and the spenders get by, we ne'ed .... '
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This reflects a healthy condition Citizen, still refuses to assume his ';;.::< : '

' and speaks well for State and County I duties of citizenship we should not d' :j : :, '

officials charged with collection.i: blame the politicians and the spend- ,I <
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II .("conducted "by the Mothers Club' at:; Book Reviews vas 'good enough for my' father isj
( FOR SALE
: the Community Center.. j good enough for me." The i I -h 3-burner
"Where In The Bible Do' You!! and' the nickelodeon had added! oil

r L Personals I i Live?" f is the theme of- the min-j Libraryreviewed by MrsV.. .Dean; somewhat to the pleasure and store, and oven,,,

I ister's sermon. I I King chairman:. 'I.I I. venience of living without con-j mechanic's tools, such as,
You are cordially invited to w'or'sliip -|I the pattern of their existence

with us. I.I RIVER ROGUE the automobile was another matter. wrenches, etc., 'one bi:...
Mrs. ', Choir rehearsal Friday at 8:00 .o'- I As: it came into its own the hitch- '
\ Mr. and Airs John Lucaa and I I By Brainard Cheney R.
clock in the church. I I 1 i ing rails for .. H.T.. Vaughn were business visi- ,Ratliff Sutton as 'a small boy ran '
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tors in Miami :Tuesday. i | away from home and lived with ed first Into the side. streets, and Hooker's Point
HIUDGK CLUB later the woodpile:
: I negroes in a Georgia 'swamp. Whenhe
Mr. and Mrs. A. H, ing' and I I : got' hs! first job as a 'bow hand,I EXCUSE MY DUST is full of
Airs, W. H.. Lanier hostess humor and salty anecdotes r
was and it
children, Wayne and' Mary Jean; : I the raftsmen didn't make it easy, -
members of her bridge club at her *" draws a delightful picture ------- --- -------- ---- -
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were visitors, in Miami Wednesday. 1 to for him. I of the -
I i I home Wednesday afternoon. river days of "get out and get under" SEWING MACHINE SERVICE
.l\ir.s'I' Ratliff was ratwith ambition -
Mrs. : Mrs.. R. J. J. W. Ezelle was awarded a !! and his' is made when the monkey-wrench ,was as '
T. C. Musgrave, ; j success story .Tarts for All Makes .
tablecloth' as first prize, and Mis. t essential lo travel as a tank full of ,
Lee and Mrs.. :Maud Hare were shoP-I. upo'f incidents of determined
]Dave' Alston won a box of linen II gas. Buttonhole Attachments
: :ping in Miami Wednesday. cour ge. !|I ,
I handkerchiefs cut prize.' Cheney creates .a tough-hero and:I Used Machines, .

Mrs. W. I. Lawson and children,J Mrs. Lanier an atmosphere of the brawling, raffish -:1FOR, RqNT-House 4- Box 11 Belle GladeJohnson's
fruit cake served.sandwiChes'I' .
Dabs and William Kenneth, returned I auk river life in a story Or'a man .
Sunday from Miami. / i M rs. Ezelle, Airs. made hard : by trouble and good by rooms and bath tlHooker's "
I Bowden Mrs. R. Wil-
Keathley ,' C. sorrow. He also tells the story of
,, Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mrs. G. L. | son, Mrs. ,G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Carl' raftsmen 1Vlrolived on the rivers by Point. Also

McLendon were visitors in ,West I Johnson, and. Airs H., R. Hall., their own rules, of lazy days in!(I ,
20 muck l land Fish'
Palm Beach Thursday. warming sunlight, of sudden viol-:}; acres $5 Camp'l

'I ANN AVINNEY WITH CELE PARTY HATESBIRTHDAY ence and death on stormy nights. :j I per acre. Mrs. J. B. Sig- '(Near Hurricane
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor were Clewiston, Fla. '
visitors in :Miami Sunday and Monday I EXCUSE MY DUST :.f ler, Hookers Point. Boats and Motors-Guide' Service
Mrs A. O. Ward entertained with!I By Bellamy Partridge |I Rates Reasonable
] a party Saturday night in honor of When the first automobiles I I
W. H.
Johnson,
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t Dr. and Mrs. W. L. 'Lott and Dr (( the twelfth birthday Ann Winney. up Main Street campI'chugging Strayed from, highway .
The guests included Audrey and J horses up the telephone poles and
I, W. D. Wylie left yesterday for I west of town
t. Gainesville where Drs. Lott and Janice Jordan of West Palm Beach I raising an intolerable dust, they Monday

:Wylie are attending a meeting. who were week end guests of Ann overturned the old order of oun-i afternoon tan and white ,
I and of Grace Ward, Charles Miner, try life with the violence of an Invading EXPERIENCEDDRESSMAKING /

t' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitaker and ,Stanley Wright, Jean Bartz, Carline army. J male dog, ''Shepherd and

children, Dick and Donald, spent ,Berner, Bobby Berner, Jo ;Ann It is of these turbulent daYs', when I ;
the week end here visiting Mr. and I Crouch, Lionel Beatty, Clifford sparkplugs and miles-per-gallon Spitz breed, answering
Mrs. R. C Nowling. Beatty, Gene: Mills, Bub Mills, were first becoming ,current that 1' LIMITED. AMOUNT OF WORK J
< I Owen Buxtoh in to name of Bouncy TAKEN "
Shirley l ,' Betty Russ Bellamy Partridge is writing' ,

[ C.: P. O. Emmett Shelley who isl I Owens, Charles Benbow, Joyce; j EXCUSE MY DUST New blood Please notify K. 'Bowden -' Call Mondays' Thru Fridays- Only j I

stationed at Daytona Beach,1- arrived I Bartz, .1\Ir.Xa d Mrs 'Gene Mills Mr.1| was slowly replacing that of the old ,I PHONE: 28 T.r

y I yesterday for a visit with friends inn I I and Mrs. B. H. Buxton and others.1}! )generation whose motto was "What, phone 113. .

I Clewiston. I ..
b. -. ', II IIr BIRTHS I J I I

Mrs. ,H. S. McDuffiej Mrs Gorda
Collins, Misses Renee Wethington, Mr. ,and Mrs W E. B lton. are I '

'". Gloria, and Betty' McDuffie spent,,parents of a baby girl, who was
I born in West Palm Beach 'Saturday,
:: Wednesday in Miami. I
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Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Carl Berner 'I 7' pounds 2 ounces and has been i II : THE UTURE } ', s

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs.r, Cynthia. y; : ,
A. O. Ward were visitors in Miami : Mr. and Mrs., W. T. McCall are '1.' ;., :: .
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Tuesday. parents of a baby girl, who was born ;" '
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; k; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby were I 6th.' The baby weighed. G I

r in, Jacksonville last week,. where pounds, :3 ounces: /
s' Mrs. Oglesby went for medical treat- Mr.. and Mrs. W. J. Kellogg are -

'I, i;;'>.' I ment. parents of a .son, WillIs John Kel-I .-. -...,,. -c. -
]logg, who was born December 5th, -
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: Lakehurst, New Jersey, to join ] Mr. and Mrs. James Keith are'j .
I' r., her husband, wh.o' is an instructor ]parents of a son, Daniel Keith, who ..
; at the Aerographers School of they was born November 26th at the --
i U., S. Naval Air Station there.I I cal hospital. The baby weighed 10-1

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: their guests Sunday, ,Mrs. Martin's I ]man are parents of a girl, named I
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:;_ parents, Mr. and Mrs Bert P. I Johnnie Waynette, who was born lI IwE:
:"' Deck of Stuart; and Mr.. and Mrs. I'I';November 17th and weighed 5 1-2::! I

Konrad Keck of Louisville, Ky. (h pounds. i ii .
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i I II Mr. and Mrs., J. L. Sullivan are!
t, Sergeant Bill Andrews lived'
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'parents] of a son, David Wayne, who
: ,in Clewiston: and was employed; at (j'weighed 8 pounds 14 ounces and
Riddle' Field before entering the f'was born November 16th. .
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t Army, spent a few days here visiting I .J.. :
'i friends this
week.
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I s:. and Mr., and Mrs. W. E. Young and'\Elected Saturday, "'' i
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,. Young of, Fort Devans, Mass., spent i; At .a: meeting, of farmers of 'Hen- { =
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Sunday here visiting Mr. and -
I 1y' 7. D. Rogers and family. 1\lrs.// dry County held Saturday afternoon') _:
at thecourthouse: John Burnett and.
1- Earl R. Murray were, elected to''I
), Mrs.;:A. L. Burke and baby, daughter 1 succeed themselves as county committeemen -I

have arrived from of the Agricultural ,Ad- I
::"'c Ga., to spend several CQIUmbUS'j justment Administration' while Paul I II

,:} "' with relatives. Sergeant, O'Baunon; was elected third memberof II

r ',' pects, / to be, able to, join the family the committee, succeeding NeelyDavis I I

for Christmas. The committee made Mr.' Washington and Lafayette at Valley -
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Burnett chairman .for another year years our
Archive,New York. ,
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: Mr. and Mrs W. W. Perry and I Those 'farmers' present who had not .11' forefathers faced the future with

sons, 'John and Bill, returned ,Sunday J already done so filled performance
I from Milledgeville, Ga. Bill information for 1943 with Mrs. Vera :/.j .:--J.-', ',' :"',..' ,.,,:. .', ".:_.:. -i.,, courage and stout hearts, with fortitude and ;
1 was a member of the I McCall, chief cleric in the county'agent' { :. rII
: graduating .:. ;< the wisdom born of trying times. They bequeathed '
class of the high school department, office.
a and his parents and brother went I II \:<: ,<_.,j1, ::, us, the ways, means and ability to accomplish the :

: ( up for the graduation exercises. i J':: ": '?' ; impossible during the 'two .
f M .. .:,. 's :, : -: : > :, past years. I'

t RUTH SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSAT II Look TheFuture ':-}) ." ,.;- ,: ,(,:::;.J :, Throughout our history there, has always been .'

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::_ the :Baptist Church met Monday night f,
.< at the home of Mrs H. C. Meador r ':\h J" ,..-. -:\. How dark were the days of Valley Forge and how : ,
r. for the regular .
( Christmas hymns monthly were used meeting.in the I ,,j., '.,':/t' wonderful the years which followed! Tp have.less faith and. '

r program, and the devotional was i in I .. :- .," )'; "'::'7'_ 'r- J) fortitude and wisdom than did our forefathers is to

i the form of a Christmas story given i After The' War .- ;,': .. /.'''::' spiritually desert, our. children and their children's children '
by Mrs Jack Himrod and Mrs W. .. .' ,1 j ...I'I "
A. Montgomery. Mrs.' Meador gave '?.,;.,;.'f....: in these trying times.
Will ;
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l. the Christmas program.carol Miss and Marsh Mrs. Himrod sang a ':.'-'\: \/S( :';, We believe that the :American people of today willfully

t:.' gave a delightful reading. The offering Build A HomeIt ,' measure up to the heritage our forefathers bequeathed

.:. Relief taken Society.was' sent to the China I "' us. Our belief in the American people is so strong

: that for the pVICTORY
'" Those present were Mrs. H, C. : : we are now making plans investment
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Meador, Mrs j(A. H. King, Miss Doris Will Pay You To of substantial sums of private capital to pro '
: Hodges, Mrs. E. F. Phillippi, Mrs. t BUY ,
-; Fred Topper, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. Buy Your Lots vide ever-increasing opportunities for gainful UNI1e0 awAR:

:' 'E. M. Cornette, Mrs. Fred Sike.Mrs. q'r employment in the development of those great BoYDs
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resources soil adequate STAMPS
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Roath, Mrs. T. L. Tanner, Mrs. NOWCLEWISTON '
Marsh Mrs. Gordon Bemb'ry, Mrs.W. : rainfall and plenteous sunshine. .
A. Montgomery, Mrs.. Jack Him ,'1

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PRACTICAL PLAN PRESIDENT AND NEWSPRINTSome And that is t
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Blood[ Plasma, Sulfonamides and Organization FOR POSTWAR WORLD of the President's newspa- !
IN AN ADDRESS delivered in per friends who have been consis- why I dress ck.1.b t

.: Of Medical Services Insure Prompt London, before an audience of 'British tently for him over a long period of like this. \

Treatment of Wounded Men. business people, Eric A. John- years are now suggesting that this lt'1cCMan. \
ston, president of the United ,States .is a good time to turn the other ",
Chamber of Commerce, offered a cheek regarding his constant feud ''

definite, practical postwar program, with the press. They suggest that 0 bL i

By BAUKHAGE superior to anything emanating he personally could step into the current ii

." ""' /News Analyst and Commentator.today's I from world political leaders. Briefly newsprint shortage and take 'a i

expressed, and without the, details of strong stand'on an issue which seri- WNU Features. i
,WNU Service, Union Trust Building near as effective as modern treat- operation, it amounts to this: ously threatens one of the basic free-
Washington, D. C. ment. American and British capital and doms of the country-freedom of the

officer friend of The army estimates that 80 to 90 productive ingenuity, operating as press.
A reserve
young to goodby to mea per cent of the wounded get first-aid private enterprise, finance the development Actually, a good many bureaucratshave CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT'
mine came up say
treatment within an hour of being been \
half He flatteredme of the natural resourcesof nibbling at the newsprint
and
year a for ago.advice beforehe wounded. Ships are well equipped, the less advanced nations. Theydo problem, but no one has stepped in
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by asking my the larger ones as well as a hospital.The with
went into active service.I this in connection with local capi- any forthrightness to cut red
man with a not too serious tal and management' these na tape and solve the problem. It now
knew he wanted to see action. wound, and that is by far the ma- tions. They do this not as a philan- looks as if only the White House WANTED
He had refused a desk job in Wash- jority of cases (amputations are included thropy but for the purpose of mak- could do this. '
ington. I knew he wanted to do the chance for Not realized is the Progressive Muscular Atrophy or Dystro-
), has a' splendid ing a profit, of increasing the living generally fact phy.Anyone having some method or
and cxper
job and get home to his wife recovery and a resumption of his standards of the people of these that newsprint shortage is due not for relief In this ailment write-P. M. A?
babies.So natural existence in civil life whenhe less advanced nations,' of, creatingnew so much to decreased woodpulp pro- F% 4515 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago 15, 111!

I said: "Hope for a light wound is discharged.In markets in which all /the world duction in the Canadian forests, but

and, you'll hope for the best." two categories this war has will share. There to be no selfish to much greater use of cardboardand Indian TraditionThe

Of course, nobody would try to follow been harsher than any preceding. ,exploitation of the people or their packing material in sending war modern Indian still refuses

such advice but my friend got There is a greater proportion of resources and no cut-throat compe- supplies abroad. This is a terrific to discuss business in, the presenceof
the wound (and a medal for braverytoo killed in action to wounded. Also the tition of which these less advanced drain and, though U. S. publishershave a squaw. This is an old tradition -

) and now he's back in civvies mental casualties are higher in the people 'would be the victims. patriotically cut their news- with the Indians.

again.He present war.Careful It is a practical, workable idea.It print, they will have to cut to the

doesn't like what the Jap bullet efforts have been made to does not make of the business and bone unless energetic moves are

did to his leg for he'll play no more screen out those showing character- financial interests of either Americaor made by the government. Starts INSTANTLY to relieve

tennis or handball but his wife has a istics indicating they are unable to England a Santa Claus, such as The plan put forward by news-

live, if lame, husband and his chil- stand up under the mental strainof welfare workers have visualized. It paper executives friendly to' the
dren have something beside a pic- modern warfare. More might would preserve and 'extend that'system White House includes: SORE THROATCaused

ture and a piece of ribbon to call have been held out of service if the of free enterprise that has 1. Greater use of war prisonersin
the Canadian and Maine forests.
"daddy." psychiatrists had, been able to carry worked so advantageously in America. distribution of by Colds
2. More
When I gave that sage advice, I out their plans. They would have Over the years it would build a equitable At Just'rub on Musterole-it's made
didn't know how smart I was.- been able to do so if there had beenas better and more prosperous world. newsprint among with publishers. especially to promptly relieve coughs
understanding of that present, the papers the big Sun- sore throat and aching chest muscle
thorough
"The wounded soldier in this an The one fly in the ointment is: day editions have scarcely sufferedat due to colds.Musterole actually helps
global war, though he is exposed to branch of medical science as there Will the American government leave all, being able to aborb their' break up local congestion in the up-
I almost every health hazard knownto will be after the war. And becauseof business with a sufficient'' surplus paper cuts out of their Sunday "fat." per bronchial tract,nose and throat.IN .
chance of that fact, 'more'of the mental that will make the of 3 STRENGTHS '
man, still has a better undertaking On the other hand, medium-sized pa-
surviving and returning safely home cases will be restored to normal. such an idea possible? There must pers may have to take terrific pun-

than ever before," says 'Maj. Gen. The reason for the increased num- something accumulated and set ishment.

Norman Kirk, surgeon-general of ber of mental cases is variously ex- aside if such a far-reaching plan is 3. Stricter supervision of cuts by
plained: our troops have endured to be enter-
the army. attempted as private throw-aways, dodgers, comic maga-
The'general gave three reasons: longer periods ,of offensive action prise. zines and newsprint users who have

first, the use of blood plasma to than in the last war; the increased not kept such accurate records of Dinosaur

avoid shock and hemorrhage; sec- fury of modern warfare; the domination ENFORCED,PAYMENTS i their'past consumption. The"news- The of the Eggs dinosaurs
eggs great
of the""machine and also to"some
ond, the'use, of sulfonamides to com- TO UNION OFFICIALSIF paper industry has suffered by its 'big footballs.
of probably were as as
the
bat infection,; and third, the mobilityand degree, complications YOU WANT a Job making air- past efficiency, having kept'very ac-. .
organization of the medical civilian life which encourage neu- planes for the nation's armed curatev records.

services which insure prompt and rotic conditions. forces; if you wish to do your bit toward 4. More emphasis on the paper

efficient medical and surgical treat- The science of warfare has moved 'winning the war, you must pay salvage campaign. At present, only 41

ment. forward with seven-league boots. $25 for, the privilege of working at 35 per cent of the nation's waste

The' Reasons .. Killing has become a mass produc- that job, for the privilege of doing paper is being collected, and sal-
tion affair. But'al ng with the char- your bit.That vaged. The wastepaper reclaiming ,,

I heard of widespread use of blood iot of Mars, Mercury has advancedon $25 is collected from you by machinery, is running at only 51 per ", fs'.', nSh
plasma first in the Spanish Civil ,var winged feet and the healing arts the airplane manufacturer, your em- cent of capacity. Approximately > ,ys y

and imagine'much valuable experience have progressed to the point where ployer. He does that on order of 6,000,000 tons of waste paper are nor- 3f. .%

was gained from that conflict. for those who escape the scythe of the government. He turns that mally collected and sold for paper c/

We. know it was a proving groundfor the grim reaper there is a strong, amount withheld from your pay over board but now only two million. '4

Nazi and Fascist killing and undoubtedly helping hand along the road back. to officers of the union of which you The newspapers stepped in and dida

the Allies profited by the must be a member if you are to be great job of collecting scrap iron

efforts In life-saving as well. Crowned Heads allowed to work. That money is not when the 'nation needed it, but now, rn .

The use of sulfa drugs is one of Prove HeadachesAfter accounted for; how it is spent, by when the newspapers need news-

the great blessings which modern whom or for what, no one other print, they themselves are somewhat
chemistry has given us. Recently I the last war, some poetically than a coterie of union officials handicapped in blowing their horn.

stdod in one of the plants of the minded, writer penned an editorial knows. What the White House will do remains R 1.
which had wide circulation entitled
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Monsanto Chemical company in St. And this is free (?) America. to be seen. Bp
"The Twilight of the Kings. Manya t
Louis Mo. the soft Your contributions worker *
letting healing as a ,
tumbled result of
powder drip through JnY fingers. Be- throne\had last conflict as a that do not stop with the forced payment GOOD NEIGHBOR PEACE E I

fore me, in a space hardly 25 feet that' names were of'that $25. There are dues and as- Ten years ago, there was a very 4 Barlesquei a '
square, was a collection of small written large in history, faded until sessments and possible union fines to serious war between Bolivia and star ot Vy f is ne of, l.

kegs containing this wonderful anti- they were less than memories-Ho- be paid. These, also, are collected Paraguay in the jungles of the Gran i? United A lists well.gcoom release R ell ,

septic. There was enough within 'henzollern, Hapsburg, Romanoff, not from you, on orders of the govern- Chaco. Last week, the presidentsof L the manj Holly. .
mention host of lesser .
to majesties.But med
my easy reach to serve the whole ment, by your employer, the air- Paraguay and Bolivia met at the iafo Caloa TR InG, .
Sicilian campaign, they told _me. some who survived are to- plane manufacturer. He simply deducts border of the two .countries in the use a:

Each soldier has his packet and fills day problems of the United Nations, from your pay the amount Chaco; erected a large cross, and McKesson Bridgeport,Co

his wound with it. It stymies the like plebiscites, famine, frontiers, union officials say you owe. pledged themselves and their coun- t 00i H .

germs until, natural processes anni- lend-lease, airways and a thousand And the nation is clamoring for tries to everlasting peace. : ( PDwD R E
hilate them. other annoying questions that must manpower with which to producethe The bitterness' which animated CM.tfl

be settled ,when peace ,comes. tanks and these two South American countrieshas
The mobility of the medical units planes, guns, ships
has been described in ,many dispatches Of 'course, kings are not to be needed to win the war. been wiped away, and they are ;

and you have all seen photo- shrugged away lightly. Some of If.that enforced membership in a Good Neighbors in every sense of

graphs of the flying hospitals, the America's best friends are kings. labor union, or any other organization the word.
great air transports with their equip- But there are crowned heads who ; that forced collection of mem- Some diplomats hope this incidentis Invest in Liberty *

ment and nurses. The wounded are are bound to be headaches for the bership fees, dues, assessments ,and a forecast that the bitterness actu-
rapidly returned to bases where they uncrowned brows of the statesmenwho fines, represents one of the social ating the enemies of World War II 'ABuy War Bonds

get the best of care. Treatment on have to put the world together gains that must be maintained, may likewise be eliminated after

naval vessels is equally effective.It again. many of our soldiers and sailors the passage of time.
There is the House of Savoy, for feel the, freedom they are fightingfor < GET
must be understood that the instance. The king of Italy has beena is hardly' worth saving. INSIDE STORY OF HORNETThe AFTER RHEUMATIC PAINWith
and the in themselvesare ?
drugs plasma
problem. So are Balkan poten- navy department has okayed a Medicine that will Prort Itself
not cure-aIls. They are not tates in exile or in cahoots with Hitler PLATFORM publication of the inside story of the If-you suffer from rheumatic painor

even cures in many 'cases. Theyare FOR 1944 CAMPAIGNIN famous airplane carrier Hornet, muscular aches,buy C-2223 today

preventatives. They are what About King Carol JANUARY, 1936, the Republican written as 'a' book, "A Ship to Remember for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $L
you "do with" until the doctor comes Caution: Use only as directed. First
Alexander Griffin of
National committee establishedan by
'
more accurately, until you come to One most romantic monarch 'whois bottle purchase price refunded by
office in Chicago with Harrison the Philadelphia Record. druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223.
the doctor. is in
likewise
Surgery ,
necessary exceedingly dynamic is
For the first time it reveals the
Spangler, vice chairman of the com-
the of wounds.
cases most ex-King Carol of Rumania. Recently -
mittee, in charge. Between Janu- spectacular operation of the ship 49-43
Capt. W. M. Craig, chief of sur- I received a communication from ary and the time of the party con- which carried General Doolittle's WNU-7

gery at the Naval Medical center, him. It looked like a telegram butit vention at Cleveland in June, Span- bombers within a stone's throw of
Bethesda, Md. just outside of Wash- was not that intimate-it was other the
gler gave much thought to the party Tokyo. Among things,
ington, puts it succinctly: mimeographed. It contained a state- platform. He discussed the subject navy okayed publication, by Griffinof
ment of kind I ..
some have forgotten
"In the last war, when a man's the"exact with Republican leaders as they the fact that, at one time, the
nature of it.
head was cut open by a shell frag- But called and considered many pro- Hornet practically acted as a sub- D .
the other its
day, source
ment," says Captain Craig, "the sur revealed when a certain publicity was or- posed planks. As a friend, not as a stitute for Henderson Field in the May Warn of Disordered
had to operate at partisan it privilege to drop Solomons. That badly messed-up
geon once, even was my Action
ganization registered with the department Kidney
though the patient was in such a' into that Chicago office at frequent airport, on. the night of October 14,
of justice as all organiza Modem life with Its hurry and worry
weakened condition that he hadn'tone tions intervals and listen to the discussionof 1942, had only five planes left and Irregular habits, improper eating and
chance in a hundred to survive representing foreign elements platform planks. I proposed, nota gasoline to send out only four. So drinking-its risk of exposure and infec-
must. It developed that Carol had tion-throws heavy strain on the workof
the operation. The' surgeon had no arranged to try to encourage the plank, but a complete platform.It the Hornet came alongside the island the kidneys. They are apt to become ,
other choice; he knew if he waited, was. brief, explicit, all inclusiveand threw her planes intoaction over-taxed and fail to filter excess! acid
good ,will of Americans by hiring and other impurities from the lifegivingblood.
infection would set in and that wouldbe this for emphatic. It was expressed in and, for 36 hours, substituted for .
agent $35,000 (ten
the end. In this war it is different grand four words: "Preserve the American Henderson Field. You may suffer nagging backache
down, the rest in easy payments) headache, dizziness, getting up nighU
Even astonishing 'is the
; the patient is given blood plasma -r to Carol's views all to be system. That would have been an more leg pains, swelling-feel constantly
express
treatment to build him up, sulfato adequate platform for any party at revelation that, at one time duringthe tired, nervous, all worn out. Other signs
democratic
and proAlly.But bladder disorder arc somc-
check infection and if low point in the South Pacific of kidney or
his condi- that time. As a home front plat- times burning scanty or tooUrequen
tion permits, he is flown to a hos the interesting implication is form it is as adequate today as it battle, the U. S. navy had only one urination.
pital in'the rear where the operation. that one of the, jobs of the press was in 1936. It is a platform on aircraft carrier left undamaged in kidneys Try Doan't to pass Pills.off/harmful Doan't excess help body the
is performed under ideal condi- agent is to remove the "ex" from which any 'party adopting can win that entire' expanse of water-the waste. They have had more than hall a
the title Clex-t which of public approval. Are recom-
tions." .ing" seems to Hornet. century
the next national election. It would everywhere.
mended by grateful users
have attached itself to Madame *
Lupescu's
Short Time LagIn husband. not be attacked by any opposition.It Ask- your neighbor Ii
is the most vital problem that con- MERRYGOROUNDC.
the last war, all wounded had And there is a roll-back which Wheeler MacMillan, Farm Jour-
fronts the American people and the
to have a powerful injection, a most I only the temerity of an American one in which they are most interested. nal candidate for President arrivedin

k painful thing to endure, and nowhere press ,agent would grapple with! It is the paramount issue. Wisconsin two days after Willkie J


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m s The center of Christian think- '
+ ing ,is the fact that God has revealed ON THE -B EASY TO BUY'

;, '\.ae .4' Himself to This revelation is" (HOME FRONTfRUTH
man.
tJa"% ,yi< ? ad a \w y y s,a ? Be sure to insist on PURE ASPIRIN
found in the Bible, for'it is'the Word genuineSt.Joseph I Quality Assured
of God. That is why the command-, WVYETH SPEARS '- Aspirin"every L
ments which we have studied in recent time. You can't buy aspirin that can do
more for you so why pay more. World's
weeks to with such
I speak us largest seller at 1Or. 36 tablets, 20t-
authority. They are not the expres- DO YOU know Kaleidoscope 100 only 351. Get St. Joseph Aspirin.
sion of human opinion of how we quilt pattern? A block is

should live. They are God's com- shown here. It is put together so I

mand which we are to obey. that from every anble it makes a Geese for Victory

The great and final revelation of different design. One of these fascinating ,Long before modern war madeV

a God and His love was not the writ- quilts made in two tonesof our symbol of ,victory, wild".
L ten Word-the Bible-but the Living blue and white started all the geese flew in a V formation. It is

Word-His Son.I. '. sewing and sawing for the at- a custom of the goose world. An

God's Last Word (Heb. 1:1-3). old gander commonly leads the

_"..,,.....,........... .. ...._... ....<"- ... ..........__.._m.... ..._nno.m.. '_ the God had been [MADEFROM7rDS.OP35"BlUC GINGHAM flock, taking his place at the pointof
: : Through
ages :
", Conserve Sugar, but Satisfy Sweet Tooth speaking through the prophets, con- the v::
I I 1
:. (See Recipes Below) ,stantly revealing Himself as a God

"'. .' ,1I ,of power, justice, holiness, truth and

Saving on. Sugar Lynn Chambers',' PointSavingMenu mercy.In' o i'c DON'T ,LET
r, different ,ways and at various airCOTTON
I
(
Extensive summer and fall can- 0 times (v. 1)) He spoke through them CONSTIPATIONSLOW

ning has left many a family Iowan Pan-Fried 'Liver and Bacon but always there was*a pointing for- YOU UP
sugar. Homemakers } '' ward to the One who should come. FRINGE a're
Baked' Potato Spinach //i When bowels sluggish and you
'. are writing in Apple and Celery Salad Abraham was called out to found EDGES SPREAD feel irritable headachy, do as millions

I I and asking for Bran Muffins Spread the nation (Gen. 12)), and Jacob the 1 CUT CORNICE WITH OVER A JIG BED SAWKALEIDOSCOPE do chewing-gum-chew FEEN-A-MINT laxative. the modern
Simply chew
recipes which will tribe Gen. in
family or ( 49),
Beverage QUILT BLOCK PATTERN FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
give their fami- .Molasses Gingerbread which 'He should come. He was USED HERE FOR A TOP SPREAD WITH A taking only in accordance with package
lies "just some- be Moses: Deut. FLOOR LENGTH GINGHAM SPREAD UNDER directions without
Recipe Given to a prophet like ( THE MATTRESS AND OVER THE SPRINGS -sleep being dis-
thing to satisfy 18) and of the kingly house of David turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough ,
the sweet tooth" relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
(II Sam. 7) All the offeringsof
,
\ ( -but that 'some- It is possible to make cakes 'without Leviticus spoke of' His priestly tractive bed nook you see in the FEEN-A-MINT.and economicaJ.A'generous Tastes good family, is supply handy

ins .thing must be sugar-saving.: any sugar ,at, all, but better results service. Isaiah saw Him as both the sketch. The bed and woodwork are costs onlylOt
Now' that jellies rationed can be achieved if painted white. The built-in closets
are you some sugar reigning and the suffering MessiahIsa. SEEN-A-MINT'
may have to use what sugar you 1 used in the cake.AllBran ( 53). and book, shelves at each side of .
for those the bed are connected with a scal-
can get putting juices
up Prune Cake. ,
All this was incomplete until He
cornice of thin Widths
j loped wood.
., you canned during summer for jelly (Makes an 8 by 8 inch pan. ) came; and when He did, He ,
Revealed of blue stitched together No Imitation
: -and that means there will be less Vz milk gingham are -
cup all the of God. He made
glory
\ !' sugar than before left for baking for the full curtain ,at the Pop-Now wasn't that a nice
Vt cup bran cereal final sacrifice for'sin
and
the perfect '
; uses. Sugar substitutes can be utilized !- J4 butter or margarine head of the bed and for the under ride, on my knee?
cup and
c sat down (His work was fin-
not only in cakes and cookies spread. Sonny Boy-Yeah, but I'd lots
% cup sugar ished) at God's right hand (the placeof
k' .
rather ride real
but desserts and icings. Many cake 1 egg ). a donkey.
\ recipes, too, can be made with less 1 flour power '
cup 'Let us be clear about this: in NOTE-Mrs. Spears has prepared a pat
than call for.
1'i sugar they 11teaspoons baking powder Christ God's revelation .is perfectand tern for-the Kaleidoscope quilt, (No. 200))
I ) ruits-in-season. now include cranberries Yi teaspoon nutmeg complete. \Ve'heed look for and for the cornice,scallops (No.: 207) to
I: which are perfectly delicious 1 teaspoon cinnamon be cut witti a key hole or jig saw Pat-
nothing more. The claims of those
I' 'i in this'steamed pudding: 1 cup chopped cooked prunes terns are 15 cents each, and may be or-
who with a "new light" or I
\ appear dered direct from
: j :
i, Steamed Cranberry Pudding. Pour milk over bran cereal and allow some mysterious hidden power are d yw .
(Serves 4)) to soak for about 10 minutes.
so obviously untrue that we ought
.
:j: : 2 ,,cups fresh cranberries .Blend butter ana not to be at all interested. MRS. RUTII WYETH SPEARS
''I 1% cups flour sugar thoroughly Bedford Hills New York
I teaspoon salt II. God's Best Word (Heb. 14-9); Drawer 10
11' add egg and beat
I I' J4., teaspoon cinnamon until mixture is The prophets and their messages Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
i Vi teaspoon cloves thrill our souls and move us to ordered.
; light and fluffy. earnest 'But the Christis Name ............................... *:
1 I l' H teaspoon mace Stir in soaked more living. Get Your War Bonds :

2 teaspoons soda / bran ,cereal. Sift our very life as well as our Re- Address .............................
j. f l/t cup hot water flour with baking' deemer. To Help Ax the Axis

,11 V cup molasses powder and spices; mix with The angels are God's messengers

r+ : Mix !flour, salt, spices and soda? chopped prunes and add to first mix- -mighty and magnificent beings, superior -

:i L. cut cranberries in two and add to ture. Spread in greased cake pan in their way to man (Ps.

I I dry ingredients. Combine hot water and bake in a moderate (350-degree) 8:5). The early church made too'
,q and molasses; blend with first oven about 35 minutes. much of angels (as do some groups I

I mixture. Transfer to greased pudding Molasses Gingerbread. today), but Protestantism of our day If Your Nose Fins Up

) I mold; :cover and steam 2% 1 cup molasses has made too little of them. Theyare

hours. Unmold and serve with.your 2 tablespoons butter or margarine great and powerful beings' who
favorite pudding sauce. Vi cup sour cream minister on our behalf.

Do chocolates satisfy the sweet 2 eggs But when they stand beside the
IJuickReIieflJust
tooth in your family. ? Here is a 1.cup flourteaspoon Son of God, it becomes evident that TonightGet i

light, lovely dessert: J4 salt "'-,, He holds a place of incomparable

Chocolate Puff Souffle. 1 teaspoon soda glory and majesty. He is the high- .
( (Serves 6) 1 teaspoon ginger est revelation of God, the best Word .

Vz 7-ounce package Yz teaspoon allspice that God could have spoken to needy Drops Relieve Stuffiness-Make "

: semi-sweet chocolate Yz teaspoon ground cinnamon and sinful humanity.He a Few Restful Sleep

1 cup milk Yz teaspoon ground cloves is the express image of all Breathing Easier-Invite :t-,:
3 tablespoons sugar Heat molasses and butter. When of God's glory; He is the upholderof

Pinch of salt the latter is melted, remove from all creation; He has the place of -. ,.
r' 1 tablespoon vanilla the fire; add sour honor and power at God's right It's wonderful how Vicks Va-tro-nol clears the transient :'? :S'.

, *3 eggs cream and beaten hand; He is the only begotten of the congestion that clogs up the n se.1! Results are so ., t\. '
Melt chocolate with milk in top of L: eggs. Mix remain- Father; His throne has been estab- very good because V a-tro-nolls specialized medication .X:

I double boiler. Beat with egg beater G der of ingredients lished forever, and so on. that works right where trouble is-to relieve stuffiness UIII'" (!!,

, : until smooth. Add sugar, salt, va- together and sift How well nigh unbelievable that and make breathing easier.Try it-put a few drops up .1I fti

nilla and unbeaten eggs; beat with into liquid mix- this glorious One is also our Sa each nostril-follow directions in folder.

egg beater 1 minute. Cover, and ture. Pour into viour. This is stated in verse 3, but VA-IIO-.NO,1

cook over boiling water 20 minutes cake pans' lined is developed in our next point.III. .

without lifting cover. Remove from with greased pa- God's Saving Word (Rom: 10:

;', heat and serve immediately with per and bake in a slow' oven about 4-10)). '.
Negro Pugilists tary services. Thus their.participation
cream. 30 minutes. Serve hot with cold If sinful man were only permittedto )
Negroes constitute at least 5,500of in prize fighting is greater
: ;
t applesauce or frost with cream look on His glory it would be a I
America's 8,000 professional pugilists -I than in any other spectator. sportin
privilege but it would
cheese-powdered flavored great not
icing
sugar -
both in,and out of the mili- this country.CAN .
,
Lynn Says: / with lemon or orange juice. help him in his desire for ,holiness
I' Oatmeal Honey Wafers. and eternal joy. There was a "great
.
Starve the Garbage Can! Precious (Makes 16 wafers) gulf fixed" between sinful man anda

(.' "' vitamins lie'right underneath 1 egg \ holy God until the Son of glory be-

t, the thin skin of carrots. Yz cup honey v came the God-man, when the eternal
.
Don't pare, just 'scrub the vege- 1 cup rolled oats Word became "flesh and dwelt
e. table. Ys teaspoon salt among us" (Luke 2:14).

.' The same is true of potatoes. 2 teaspoons melted butter or Christ as our Saviour is the "end LOOK YOUNGER
Scrub well and cook with skins margarine of the law" to the believer (v. 4)),
on, then eat skins and all. Yi teaspoon'vanilla not in the sense that He terminatesthe

;, Young beets can be cooked as Ys cup chopped nuts law by setting it aside, but by -BY WEARING YOUR PLATES EVERY DAY

i; other greens. Season and serve.. Beat egg until light; add honey, completing or fulfilling all of its re -HELD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAY
You'll be delighted. continuing to beat. Then add quirements.Just .
;' Tops of spring onions make remaining so the Christian is set ''free Face-lines sac wrinkles form-when plates remain un-
ingredients. Drop by spoonfuls 4 "
worn. Avoid tnia hold all with
plates firmly day,every day
wonderful seasoning. Celery tops about 2 inches apart, on greased from the law, not in order that he 4" this"comfort-cushion,"a dentist's formula.I. .

are grand for soups,- salads. baking sheet. Flatten slightly witha may disobey it, buff that he 'may Dr. Wernet'a plato powder forma flecommendedbydentistsfor3Oyears.soothing .
-
l f., Coarser parts of celery can be knife dipped in cold water. Bakein keep it in the power and grace which "comfort-cushion" between 3. Dr.Wernet's powder is economical;
pureed for soup. a moderate oven (350 degrees) Christ gives him. The Ten Com- plate and gums Jets you enjoy solid a very small amount lasts longer. .
Carrot and radish tops are at- about 10 minutes or until a light deli- mandments are the law of life for foods plates., avoid Helps embarrassment prevent sore of loose 4.Made of whitestcostliestjngredientso
tractive for garnishes.. Parsleyand cate brown. \ the Christian because he loves the z.World'slargestsellingplatepowder.gums. -Pleasant pure tasting.you eat it in ice cream.
lettuce are more than garnish Lord Jesus Christ and wants to obey
-they're to be eaten: // you want sugar-saving suggestions, Him. All druggists-.' Money back If not delighted

Check refrigerator every morn- write to Lynn Chambers, Western News- The unbeliever, struggling under

ing-and the bread box, too. Use paper Union, 210 South Desplaines Street, the burden of sin, says, "How canI
Chicago, Illinois. Don't forget to enclosea "
bit of leftover in that'day'smeals. come to know Him? and we find
every
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"Pl1IE EIGHT CLEWISTON :NEWS I FRIDAY DECEMBER: 10, 1913

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-, i he thought a wonderful location, to good through January 3. Period I Is paid for at, ward rates regardless'of ber One (1), and said Election Dis'
.. ............. ..: also valid in the en- the type of hospitallzation trict number Six (G) described' follows
-.t.: :":":": :":":":": : : : : : : :11HN.N.N1 iiN Sioux City, Iowa. It's very: cold two coupons ; as to-wit: I ,. i ,
Feb- none of the \ t
there, he says and, so far he doesn'tlike i tire rationed area, expiring appropriation can be '
it 'as well as Utah. ruary everywhere except in the used to pay part of the cost of Beginning at the Northwest Corner ,.
of Section
14,
With ,. ... -, south where they expire January "luxury" accommodations. South Range, 34 Ease, Township thence south 43 i "'
also validin Nearly 100,000 along the west line of Section ]<; t.
; Wallace Arey, who was stationed 25. Period three coupons wives and babies 23, 26 and 35, Township 43 riouth. C ,
{I near Delray Beach for the past year, the midwestern and southern 'of' service men have received caret Range '34 East, to the Southwest
states expiring March 14 in the under the program Corner of Section .3s: thence con-
since
transferred to "some\yhere its incep-] "
Our has' been tinue south along the vest tine, of ,
in the
Boys' co'rrect midwest and February22 tlon last April and November Section 2. 11. '
in Texas. We haven't his 1 and 14. 23, 26 and 3r. ..
a ?i address yet. south; period three coupons be- the additional appropriation will Township thence. continue 44 South Range 34 Hast!' ..
s come good January 4 in'the east-! make it possible to care for more west line of, Section south'nIOf1 2. n, 14;: the 23, '
I and far western areas and'are than 200,000 26 and 35, Township 45 South, II'
in the i j i Private Munselle Stone is enjoy- ern others during the remainder Range 34 East, thence east along (
his valid through March. 14. All coupons of the fiscal south' line of Section :
'ing a visit of several weeks from year' ending 35, and: 36. .i.
who have from are worth 10 gallons' a unit,] June 30, the statement said. It' Township 45 South.. Range 34 East
i i wife and baby, gone ; several to the Palm Reach Hendry Coun i! '
i I Gainesville Fla., to Louisiana, to with most coupons worth added, "letters to the Children's tv line; thence north along I the I: ;

Service be near him. I units each. i I Bureau abundantly testify to the the Palm'centerline Beach Hendry of State County Highway line to I ,
rQ : | need for the care provided. One 1 No. 25. thence westerly and north- i '
I received -, soldier wrote, 'if westerly along centerline of State I
has wife
any :
Sgt. Vincent Oglesby can get Highway No. 25 to the Northwest .' ,
another promotion at Farming-}r the medical, care she needs it will Corner of Section 14, Township 43 ;"
I daie is'' FDR : sure lighten the load South, Range 34 East, to point of '.\
-..- - .._ .. .. .' w. .N........., Long Island, where he dcpd on my pocket- beginning all In Hendry County t
M N/a1 N***%N N M1N % "> This book and Florida. '
:>jN:N: ; ;oe.o..o..o..o. stationed with the Air Corps. I hope Americanswill mindAnother wrote, (
!time' he has been given the rating of 'Boy! What a relief it is 'for Tha't
Sgt. Connie Clark has, sent us one figure out for mel I I Election District number One r;
of those "Care Postmaster" addrcss-, Staff Sergeant. themselves additional to know that my wife will be prop (1) be: and remain the same as when !

'cs. -Connie 'Was transferred from I I payroll sav erly taken care of. God bless you."I I created territory excepting which the Is taken above from described said- (
William rC. Reid, Clovjs, New I, It's "Care of the Postmaster" now) -I i Election District number One' (1) for I
Camp
., I the purpose of ,
ingsWives creating Election DIs-
Mexico. He is a member of a railway for Campbell Nail who is C. P. O.j AOTICE, or'rnKATiov* ; orELHCTIOX \i tivM trict number Six (6). That there Is
operating battalion.. in the Navy Sea-Bees. Campbellcompleted | DI'TRIC'rNotice i I established at Hookers Point in said t'
Election District
number Six
(6)
"
a
s' s s his training at Camp, -" voting place or precinct and polling: t
Private 'Shirley Hunter, one of Peary, sometime ago, and has been!i of Soldiers is hereby ,given that by virtue place. i!
address of a resolution passed by the DONE AND ORDERED in regular
Clewiston's two WAC's, has been expecting to change his ) Board of County Commissioners of session, December 7, A. D. 1943.J. .
assigned to duty at Daytona Beach, (daily*'now' for ,several weeks. I (Continued from Page. 1) Hcndry County, Florida,' in regular O. DAVIDSON
s s s r meeting assembled on the 7th day of Chairman Board of County i
Private Hunter: recently completedher December, A. D. 1943,. a new Election Commissioners of Hendry j.
basic training at the '2nd WACj ANOTHER TOUGH SERGEANT, their services 'by the State Health District Florida is designated'created in Ilendry County, County, Florida. "I'{

Training Center there and has been STORY Department. The Children's Bureau trict number Six (6), created Election,within Dis- ATTEST(SEAL OF: CO, COMMISSIONERS') Tot) -'
Assigned to duty at the same sta-| and wholly from territory embraced William T. Hull Clerk.
statement added that hospital care the '' '
tion., i The, weather was hot and humid I in present' Election District num 1 .Dec.; 10, 17. /

i I and the recruits were 'raw ,and rag- ,

Pete Ch garis'wrItes from .Camp ,,ged, and after two hours of strenu-I '- --

Wolters, Texas, where he was sent'following }ous drilling everyone's j' ,1, .:
extensive maneuvers in frayed. The drill sergeant addressed 'THE OLD JUDGE SAYS \

here No- the men: r
Louisiana: "We' came
vember'2nd for several months to "Now listen you recruits, I'm
and will going to tell you a true story. "WhenI
classes
fire infantry
over I Ij
-then be..Tolling along again. (N. B. was a little boy, I had a set of jj j ;
soldiers. I much attached ".
wooden was \
Field Artillery.) Thisis
Pete is in the j.
my first time' in Texas, and I'll to those wooden soldiers., but I ,
say it is the best state I have been it so happened that there was a ,: '
poor little boy on our street, and he] I .
in since I have been !in the Army. t
The people here have a different liked my wooden soldiers, too. Well, .
'feeling about soldiers than in Carolina one Sunday in' church the preacher -' \-
so impressed me with his sermon
;
In t I
Mississippi; or Louisiana.
that straight home and
some of those' places I have Been I went gave
cases where the people didn't even my wooden soldiers to the, poor little I
and they boy down the street."I .
want soldiers as' customers,
missed ',those wooden soldiers I "r
charged any price they cared to. r s r
1
'Here, although this is a large camp, so much that to comfort me, iny I
and treat- mother said 'Don't worry son, you'll
the soldiers are respected 1
( get your little wooden' soldiers back i ,
ed in a fine, friendly manner. am
some; day'." I
sure our Sunshine State feels to-
wards the soldiers as the State ,of Then the sergeant glared at, the
Texas does. men before him, and' concluded,II
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'"I have, missed my Clewiston,I IViews "
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:are close to our Clewiston when we RATIONINGCALENDAR :

read .it. On maneuvers I receivedit : "

irregularly' as we moved so much 'The November 12th issue has just .

'arrived; of course the rest will Meats fats, etc.--Book three 'j' t :'

come In later. Give my regards to brown stamps 'L, M and N valid .... I '.., C; .

ill, in, Clewiston." through January 1'. 1 I ", f :' I'
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Jack Kinsey has been transferred, green stamps A, B and C'good
since his recent furlough at home. through December, 20;' stamps D. .'

He IS now at Fort George G. Meade, E and F good .through January 20?.J .
near Baltimore, Md. He is stationed :: "Never knew that before,,Judge...1 would "By developing newproducts from this
in headquarters there and says Sugar-Book four, stamp 2J&:! good I have sworn it was just the other way'round.." processed grain, the 'modern distilling industry

so far he likes it fine. "It is cold for five pounds through' January' :has .taken a leading part in solving'f ,
as the dickens up here, but so' far 15. "No, Arthur, the grain used in distilling' the vital shortage of cattle and'poultry'feed

:Wasn't snowed yet," he says. Shoes-Book one, stamp 18 and war-alcohol is not wasted. In an efficient dis- ingredients which,are*rich in:vitamins,Bland

s book three, stamp1 on. "airplane" tillery up to 29% of it is reprocessed and is B-2, so essential satisfactory: growth

Hussell Domer, an Okeechobee sheet'good indefinitely. t returned to farms like yours in the form of production. >
"lad who /work at Riddle Field Gasoline-In northeast and south=:, premium-'quality livestock feed.
"And what I have told about the
here for some time and lived at 'Mr.Williamson's east, 8-A coupons good for three you
has just received his gallons through February, 8. Else-I, Remember, this nourishing mainder_ is absence: of grain waste in making, war-

wings as aerial gunner. at Harlington where, 9-A coupons good for three plumb full of protein, vitamins and carbohydrates alcohol, Arthur,.also applies in the making'of

Field, Texas. gallons through January 21. B I and becomes a highly-prized feed whiskey, although not a drop has been madein

and C coupons valid, for two gal- concentrate. this country for over a'year."

Wilbur McGehee, who received lons everywhere except Rocky r
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