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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION
VOLUME 15--NUMBER 7 CLEWISTON, -$2.50 PER YEAR
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( ; ':, Stolen Car Is Found HOME Mrs. Weetman, ResignsAs 1 LETTERS
G ETHERTON INSTALLED Ii MAJ. TOOTLE I I AWARDED

: I' On Road At BartowA I English Teacher ..,

i;, v KIWANIS PRESIDENT \l AFTER, TWO YEARSIN FOOTBALL MEN ATBANQUETJRIDAY \

Dave i Mrs. Helen M. Weetman resigned -
Buick sedan owned by'

': ;: : BY LT.-GOV. MACK Alston, and stolen from ,its parking I PANAMA AREAMajor ian as at teacher the Clewiston of English High and School librar-

E5' place near the Seminole drug store I and 'her resignation was accepted
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Wednesday night, was found undamaged 1 regretfully by the Hendry county I Fifteen members of the Clewiston
'" Columbus E. Tootle who '
Lieutenant Governor James F. school board. !
on the highway near Bar- High School football
squad received
1\\ Mack installed the new officers of has been visiting his sister; Mrs. Mrs. Weetman's reason for resigning letters
at
the Clewiston Kiwanis Club at a tow Thursday. Noel E. Chandler, and, family for a was that she could not, make a banquet tendered the-
squad members
ladies Night meeting held at the j Mr. Alston was notified and left I short furlough, has reported at, the satisfactory arrangements to care for Athletic Council by the High School

.'w :: Inn Wednesday evening. Glen to bring the car home today. He I Army Air Forces Redistribution Sta- her children while she was at school. Sugarland Recreation Friday Center.night at

Etherton was installed as president -' was told the 'car w'as undamagedbut tion in Miami Beach, for reprocessing [ The vacancy has not yet been Those receiving the award
I were
Charles E. Miner' as vice- the gasoline tank was empty. and reassignment. J I filled. Richard Pape Bruce
president> W. N. Martin as secretary- J Major Tootle, who is 29 years of I -, -- Beardsley, Mil
:
ton Poole
I j Junior Martinez, Jack
'- treasurer and J. E. Beardsley Ralph age, has just returned from Panama, . . . . . t Martinez,
z M. Bishop, Arch Simmons, R. C. I where he served as an administrative .:NNNNN. :NNNNNNNMNNNNNNN. . . . :NNNNNN. . Waldron Sherwood Hall, Martiu
FEBRUARY 1ST IS Dean Holland, Ben Bol-
: ;. Wilson, J. W. Ezelle' and E. M. Cor: officer of the Army Air, Forces ton, Horace. Brown, Melvin Torbert, .
nette as directors. from October, 1941, to December,
I 1943. He' entered the Army in With Eric Thomas, Jackie Redish, Curtis j
the installation Mr. Mack DEADLINE ON ''
During NEW Pullen and Frank 'Conkling. These
I September '1941, and was sent to 1
duties
officer in the
,instructed each fifteen players were chosen by
i iI
Panama within a few weeks after en
_: of his office. Coach ,Myers as contributing to.the '
I
listment. He is'a 'native' of Okee-
,; Retiring Lieutenant Governor J. 44AUTOJAGSAn chobee, graduated from the Okee- S. Our Boys I squad this year both .in their actuali "

,E. Beardsley introduced Mr. Mack chobee High School and attendedthe i playing and in their spirit and
: to the Kiwanians' and their' wives. loyalty to the team.
Mr. Mack in his talk recalled the unexpected extension of 151. University' of Florida before: r theServIce I I J. E. Beardsley made the main
in
entering the Army.
/: '. early days of' the Clewiston Club, days on the time allowed for use of The Miami Redistribution Station talk of the evening at the banquet. I

;la-." saying he :was ,then; a member of the 1943 motor vehicle tags was given 'I He commended the improvement in
receives AAF returnees from vari-
. 'Kiwanis Club which, with this week., by Governor Spessard L. the sports program at the school '
of:: '; ]Hollywood Here I
ous theaters of operation. the
', '':,' the West Palm Beach club, spon- Holland, who set February' 1st as I this year over previous years. He

:- sored the Clewiston group. He remembered the new deadline.Governor men are examined byspecially selected -,. also made some, interesting com-
Holland'said that there medical and classification of-* I
.. the Inter-club: meetings \ parisons between conditions 'here
:
; ;:
ficers whose joint ,findings are, usedin I
I which served to cement many was a shortage of tags in some coun- II I II t and at other schools. Short talks

J f--; ,:'," friendships between members of the'1f ties, and the factory would not be determining new, assignments.,,I I I were also given by Coach Myers, W.

w,:>' ."' --,, various clubs, and recalled various'''to able permit to, deliver the earlier enough deadline tags to to them be man Effort to is duty made for which to designate he is best each fitted I ....,..'........................................................................:..........'.......-......'I;N.C. Martin Owen.. Charles B. Owens. and W.
: picnics and other' outings the groups
and if possible, to duty which I II
'. counties
', enforced. These are some I Following the banquet informal
bad enjoyed in the days of plentiful an -
Jimmie Hines whom last heard
we
he desires. Emphasis at the center
gasoline.W. of the larger counties, where there dance was held for those present. (
is rest and recreation. from out in Texas writes this week
has been a very large increase in I on I Mrs. Melvin: Pape, assisted by
C. Owen, who served as president from Tampa, 'where he is stationedat
population during the 'year, 'and the Mrs Frank M. M.
Conkling, Pre-
of' the club in 1943 was pinned I I Benjamin Field with the Headquarters -
number of tags. required was underestimated witt, C. E. Martinez and U. M. Wal-
,
: ', ? with the past-president's button II Detachment of the Third' i :
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RED CROSS WORKERS dron prepared the food for the ban-
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by E. E. Kelly. is Air Force. He says "I suppose I'mthe I
Miller
Tax Collector R. N. l who ,quet. The decorations were the
: Guests who: attended the meeting in charge of sales for ,this county, luckiest one of them all to b e i I work of Sherwood Hall and Betty
. were Lt. Governor and Mrs. Mack, I I II : so close to home again. I like i ii t
says that sales have been increasing HAVE 99,000 I McDuffie. ,
;!L." ; Mr. and Mrs.\ E, ,E. Kelly, Rev. and. the past week and that he has sufficient -I 1,I swell here, and we are doing a goo .:
Attending the banquet
Coach
r'-: Mrs. David ,Hancock. Mrs. M. M. tags on hand for the county. Ij job. Flying every day. I'd like t o were

r'f : Prewitt Mrs. Arch Simmons, Mrs. There will always be a last-minute I BANDAGES READY receive the News again and will send Myers, Carl Berner. W. C. Owen, B. ,.
L.
Thompson, J.
E. Beardsley W.
: in- promptly.
= Gideon Brown, Mrs. N. V. S. Mum-i! rush on tags, he said, so o owners .my .subscription., N. Martin, Charles B. Owens U.- M.
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ford Mrs. C. E. ,Miner, Mrs. G. B. should buy theirs before the time -,

Thomas, Mrs. Glen ''Etherton, Mrs. limit approaches, if possible, and ,The Red :Cross Surgical Dressing i I Bobby Broadfoot, who 'receivet Waldron stine Carl Johnson, Lefty Hol-
,. Marian Yoder, McDuffie
Betty
11 W. C. Owen, Mrs. ''J. E. Beardsley, save themselves the confusion and Room has :'a shipment 'of 99,600 I I his pre-flight training at the Uni .
Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs G. ,H. 'for'!1: versity of Missouri, writes from Mary Mathis Betty: Stroud,
wait,. :of last'minute, purchases.Basketball : bandages, completed and ready
Dorothy
Sealy Andree Stanford
.' Small, Mrs. G. H. McDuffie, Mrs H. shipment, according to ,Mrs W. H: j I i San Antonio, Texas. He says "I'vt,i l .1 .":.

r,." .. R. ,Hall,. Mrs. R.. M., Bishop, Mrs.:- W.d I. Season Lanier, chairman whij- states that{I I been 'receiving the 'Clewiston sKaj: Bobby Brown Watton, Parmelia, Bourne, .. -',
jrinc Jordan
0 I f r-s verar'1 months'no'w'' and I Francis ,
I. Lawsonand Mrs. W. N. Martin. : this all assignedthe ] .
completes quotas I ,,
Louise
11 enjoy reading it. When I first re-, Prewitt, Mauryne\ Prewitt, :

''" I Opens Tuesday Night r local chapter through, 1943. I ceived it I was in Columbia, Missouri -1'Mamie', Trice, Margaret Williams,

[: '. Girl Scout Committee i Volunteers have been working to where I was at, an army ail,, I Jack Martinez, Ben Bolton, Richard

.- I get this, last assignment of band- j I force college Training Detachment. Pape, Martin Waldron Junior Mar-
Is Seeking Leaders, The Clewiston Tigers will the ready for ,shipment, and are '
open ages 1 I saw ';John Robbins, while I was tinez, Sherwood Hall, Melvin Tor

: : \ I 1944 basketball season Tuesday, now awaiting a new shipment of here and I also heard that Jimmy I bert, Curtis Pullen Clarence Stiles, ,
night in Moore Haven when they materials. The dressing will i i
room Hall was there with the A. S. T. P. Frank Conkling, Bruce Beardsley,
Mrs. G. N. Pitzen called a meet- face the strong Terrier quintet at not be open until the new material Since then I have been down herein i Horace Brown, Jackie Redish, Gene

<_ ing of the Girl Scout, sponsoring a game beginning at '8, o'clock. arrives and a notice will be placedin I San Antonio, Texas. I was first I Bledsoe Sammy Young, Milton Poole

committee at her home" Tuesday I The News all will know that'! '
Holland.
The Tigers have been' prac'ticingtwo so in the classification center here, but I and Dean /
and there a full attendance 'I ,
evening, was the room is again for' workers. :
two weeks due to the late end- open : am now in the pre-flight school for
of members, including Mrs. C. "Pirkle ''who recent-,I Check With ODT
J. : M. was j I pilots. I've got several more weeks i
Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs., C. E. ,Bailey, '
Christ-mas ly made co-chairman to replace Mrs. | '
I here at pre-flight before I move on
Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. Gene Pow- E. L. Stewart, is in charge of the to primary.; "I certainly do enjoy Before Buying 1 .
ers, Mrs W. H. Lanier and Miss I
Laura I experienced players master the room. j I reading the' 'NEWS' because!! I can Used Trucks .
Bailey
I game. A schedule has been' arrang= A surgical dressing room has read about a lot of my old friends

The committee discussed' plans I ed that includes Pahokee, LaBelle, been prepared in the sewing room who are also in the service."
'' for 'local organization and the prob- (Moore Haven,. Belle Glade, Jupiter, at Sugarland Park Auditorium, I The Tampa District Office of De-

: lem of securing leaders. It was de- I Riddle Field and Alva. and when a, new shipment of material I I'I Our WAC Private Mary C. Hare I fense Transportation yesterday re-
iterated its warning that all
persons
cided national Girl Scout '
to ask Players on the basketball squadare is received, it will be open for writes from Fort Benning that she used
'I contemplating the purchase of
headquarters for permission to ap- Richard workers also. who wish to for of-
Pape, Martin Waldron, Any is doing book-keeping the 'I
I trucks should check in advance with
fco point Miss Laura Bailey as leaderof Jack Martinez, Junior Martinez, work there may eontact, Mis. F. M. ficers mess halls in the 1st S. T. R. ,
ODT before such equipment.
3 buying
Miss is under I
a group. Bailey Sherwood Torbert and learn when the She
Hall Melvin Rodriguez and likes the work very much. have ;
',. the required age of 21, but the committee Curtis Pullen, Frank Harben, Bruce room is open. says it is nice but the place is so Hundreds of persons who *

,"..;.,._;, hopes to obtain oeimission: Beardsley, Horace Brown, Harold i large it makes one feel quite !small. bought in advance used vehicles with ODT without have checking later

for her to serve as leader. Bioaderick and John Sullivan., New SheriffIs "Being home for Christmas was just. ineligible
" .I Deputy found they were for cer-
'
A large 'number of girls have indicated marvelous. Everyone I saw there
.' tificates of War Necessity and gaso-
their desire to become Girl made me,, feel so good. I wish I had '
, I Tick ,InspectorsTo Named By Maddox line allotments without which the
= Scouts and the committee is working "
.! been able to stay longer.
: the
vehicles cannot be operated,
-t ,I' hard to find enough leaders, : to Remain On Job I District Office said.
11" ,- assure the success of the group: be- Robert has been trans- IODT
i) Maddox 'Chapman
: Sheriff Bill Saturday ap-
I Under a recent order, the ODT Dis-
I ; ', fore It is definitely. organized. For Another Year It ferred from Norfolk, Va., to the I
." :' !. pointed W. F. Powers, LaBelle resi-I 0 trict Office pointed out, truck operations -
Naval Air Station at GuantanamoBay
dent, to serve as, deputy sheriff I throughout the nation were ,

L Riddle Field Wants While the federal government has) jailor to succeed Jim Maddox, who Cuba. virtually frozen and gasoline will

turned loose of its part in the tick resigned that position January 1st. I not be allotted for the operation of a

Coat Hangers Donated eradication program in Florida, 'in I Powers has moved into the jail I A Post Card mailed to us on De- newly acquired vehicles except in

the counties of Hendry and Collier,J apartment and assumed his duties I cember 9th bearing a New Zealand exceptional circumstances. The

the state program is still in force there Monday. The jail ,is located scene and signed "Dick" arrived this I freeze order applies both to vehicles .,."
'
The cadets at Riddle Field have I will week and give evidence that those old
and be for about another year. on the third ''floor of the county I acquired for the extension of an .t

asked that residents who have extra In other words, the U. S. Bureau of court house and the jailer residesin South Pacific Sea-Bees are still on I route and to trucks purchased for \
I Animal Industry has lifted its the move. Air-mail letters to their opening a new business. s;
coat hangers of any type please donate an apartment on the same floor.
tr I, quarantine against these two ,south Sheriff Maddox has been ill with families and friends since have in- I Newly acquired vehicles will be :
them to the Field for their use. .
Florida counties but the""state pro- dicated that the boys, Dick Hooks allotted gasoline only when it is ..
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Any hangers may be left at the homeof I flu this week, so the new deputy has 1
is and Wilbur Goff who have been service
gram continuing, according to R. shown that the proposed
Mrs. "R. Y. Patterson who will cared for all essential duties of the
!IH. Tabb, supervisor for this area. I together through it all thus far, |either new or the extension of an old
see that they are delivered to the office.
Mr. Tabb pointed out that they I have moved again. I operation-is "absolutely essential ,
k Field. If anyone has hangers and I' I '
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'' are still continuing check inspection -I to the War Effort or to the main-
j, are unable to take them to the Patterson J I Millard Caldwell (
of all cattle in Hendry and A letter 'from Art Lawrence this I tenance of necessary civilian econ-
? home, if Mrs. Patterson is i
notified Collier counties at from 60 to 90 for Coming week ,gives a little insight to the amy."
someone will call for them. Qualifies
[I day intervals and all cattle, horses enormity of the task of getting mall I "Quite frankly," Ed Rowland,

'. Coat hangers are among the items and mules moved from Hendry and Governor RaceTALLAHASSEE to our boys overseas' He writes "I 'ODT District Manager in Tampa

'I' whose manufacture has been curtailed [ Collier counties are required .to be have been transferred from the navy declared, "it is the opinion of this

':. f' : by war conditions, and the ( dipped and a certificate issued for I ( yard Post Office to the 14th Naval office that very few of the applica-

'. ; cadets who need them will greatly i(their movement to a free area. Jan. 10-Millard I District Liaison office. My main tions made so far to, this' office meet

,'.. {':,::, -appreciate the gift. I t. He .explained that tick eradication I Caldwell candidate for governor of ; task is securing data of mail on hand I this requirement."

; ; work was carried out by the Florida, today, qualified with by the navy and army, then ,giving i i "In view of theabsolute nature
;' {;': Selectees Leave For I federal government and the state I tary of State R. A. dray to secre-j this information to the naval air lof[ the order, we are thus forced to

; government\ cooperatively and was I' Democratic, primaries next transport priority office. We've decline such applications, even

:; "Blanding This Week J in reality a state project. The work "Contrary .to the belief of some','averaged several tons of air mail though it often means financial

rl I has progressed to the stage whereit I I I people," said Caldwell '"the citIzens I Ii per day for the main land and South hardship for the applicant, who may

i -r includes, only check inspectionand II I of Florida, although intent on win. Pacific. The air mail was reaching have invested money: in a businessfor i

Tour selectees, who have previously dipping cattle for movement.This ning the war, working hard long such a figure that we put on a which motor vehicles are essen-

passed their' physical exami- work will be handled" by the hours and undergoing 'worry and "Use V-Mail" campaign that has relieved tial and the us'e of which he is de,

nation 'at Camp Blanding have been state alone. sacrifice quietly and calmly are the pressure ,considerably. nied." '

i inducted into service and left yes- The federal bureau of animal industry 'watching political developments. During November nearly two mil- Mr. Rowland urged that all per-

I ''j 'terday'" for Army duty. in ,lifting its quarantine "Political ballyhoo is out, at least lion pieces of V-mail were handledat sons considering the purchase of

j .a. Included in the group were Abner' against Hendiy and Collier declares for the duration. Behind an amaz- the local processing ,station. December vehicles first file 'a request with

(: H. Vann, Walker.. Nall, Judson that Florida finally is free of the I ing outward cheerfulness and hope, I figures are not 'available yet, ODT for permission to inaugurate

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W fA OAI Store glass jars of foods in dark

places to preserve the color.
Allied NUScn ice .
Change in DiplomacyNew ----
Bananas should be ripened at
Washington, D. C. Notes of a Newspaper Man:
room temperature, not in the re-,
"Dear Walter Winchell," affectionately -
FARM LAND BOOM frigerator.
writes Vivian Gardner of
Secretary of Agriculture Wickardwill *
International Cooperation
Journey Into soon trot to Capitol Hill witha Dayton, Ohio, "I noted on the cover Tests show that cookies bakedon
up
Combines Idealism and Realism; Step proposed bill in his pocket to put flap of Bob Casey's book that you glistening new tins required an
made claim to his famous saying
oven 25 degrees hotter than those'baked
r an end to the farm land boom. He
Away From Old Style Power Alliances. \ is keenly worried about speculationin about newspaper men being such interesting on darkened tins.
people. I've written Bob'spublishers *
farm properties, has made a cou-
item from To keep irons from ,
inclosing an i sticking .
ple of speeches on that subject, but
column in the Wisconsin News when ironing
your starched pieces,
has not disclosed the full extent of
I ',< By BAUKHAGE the penalties he will propose to stop (Milwaukee) back in 1935 or '36. I've keep a piece of green cedar on the

'News Analyst and Commentator. land spepulation. carried it all that time. To quote board to rub the, iron. ,over' before

your column, you distinctly para- ironing.
WNU Service, Union Trust Building, I Analysis of a His bill carries a tax of 90 per graphed: 'We always liked Bob Ca-
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C. cent on profits from the sale of sey's the cliche "It must
Washington, D. Reporter's Job parody on :
I farms held less than two years. In
be, swell
Stalin? being a newspapermanyou -
What kind of a man is As I sit down to my typewriter, I other words, if a farm is bought and meet

1: That question was put to President I sometimes try to visualize the then sold again in a few months, )le." so many interesting peo-
Roosevelt at the White House press what I write- Casey, a big-time Chicago
who will read
people the deal obviously for speculation,
scribe "It's nice in the
: being
'and radio conference on the day of just as I try to visualize the little not for farm production, and the says business Coughing
where
meet
his return to Washington from Eu groups gathered about the loud- profit would be practically confiscated so newspaper you
interesting peoplebeca"usethey're
many
rope. He was tanned, alert, cheer speaker when I talk to them. by the proposed tax. I '
consciousness in it! To this you added
ful, still pulsing with the Sometimes I shudder lest they exaggerate Farm sales are so heavy that, if Jimmy Cannon's snapper. So I've.
of achievement. His answer, .
which without a second's hesitation the importance of the the present trend continues, they asked the publisher just when you COLDS c.
came things we reporters report.I will surpass those of 1919-20, which claimed it as original. I'm a former
I thought was significant.
,
am not a, bit different from the was a record year. Iowa farm staffer on the Wisconsin News and

Stalin, he said, was realist, just anxious anonymous reporter who, land, for example, is bringing $225an am here writing for an Air Force Relieve Distress

like himself.I after the last war, still clad in his acre. technical mag. This is another time

am not particularly interested in khaki shirt, wearing the OD (it's"GI" Wickard has evidence indicatingthat you've caught a heckler looking Tilne-Tested Way J' '.

the accuracy of that answer, eitheras now) tie and trench coat, who the men engaged in this specu- sappy." WMSMON i '
analysis of Stalin or self- lative and ,...2 _........'..'
an came down to work and stumbled buying are not farmers, r- 404 ...:;>ts I

analysis of the President. But to me around the various offices and meet- most of them are not even residentsof A recent issue of Life has an en- ,/ to PENETRATES bronchial .: ....;....:; ;

the fact that the President chose ings getting his stories and writing farm areas. They are investment grossing essay by their correspondent i tubes upper with soothing > :, (\ .
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realism as the outstanding and common them under the eagle eye of the houses and insurance companies, Carl Mydans, who just returned I medicinal vapors. %
characteristic' of himself and copy desk. who have money.lying around loose from Japan. One observation in it STIMULATES :':.'

the man on whose word and deed The reason I am worried now is and think they can make a killing, deserves repetition: "Despite the \ .chest and bk sur- :t .;.>;'

so 'much of the future depends, was, because I hear so many people talk as they did in World War I.; Jap propagandists' new respect for \fft facesllkeawanni'l

I think, significant. about the things "the Washington The record of their speculation in America's power, they temper their s .

". On the whole, in the light of later correspondent" writes-or says on that period is still written black on warnings about it with encouragingnews

pronouncements, use of that term the radio-as gospel. Well, most of the pages of farm history. It is seen of America's internal prob- MILLIONS tress of OF colds MOTHERS this doubleactionway relieve dis-

seems a good omen rather than a ,us try to report what, we see and every time AAA makes benefit pay lems. We who have been away for because it's so effectivesoeasy

1.;,, bad one.. hear. We don't always know whether ments, for the largest checks in two years can tell you all about the Just rub throat chest,
it is true false. We just try zoot suit riots the coal strikes, the and back with good Old Vicks
Mr. Roosevelt ,is committed to a or many states go, not to individual VapoRub at bedtime.
.. plan for the postwar world which to tell you about it. Most of us label farmers, but to insurance companiesand train wrecks and industrial sabo- Instantly VapoRub goes to work2

leans toward the ideal, rather than ,what we know and what we think. banks which have bought landor tage, the race riots, the black markets ways at once, as illustrated

toward the old style diplomatic Some do not.Sometimes. taken it over by foreclosing the, successes of isolationist spasms above-to, help relieve clear congestion coughing in

"realism" which is nothing but tooth- when we talk with people mortgages. congressmen, the shabby politics, upper bronchial tubes,and invite

;'. and-claw tactics-behind a laundered we think really ought to know, Wickard is prepared for opposi- the grumbling under rationing" restful, comforting sleep. Often;

t facade of. protocol. I think the we report what they say with a lit tion to his bill. However, the opposition In[ short-when Americans on the of by the morning cold Is most of the misery ....
tle more confidence. If we can't home front refuse to aid their coun- gone.WhenacoldstrikesV.CKS
American people have shown plainly will come, not from farm elements ,
quote the "Brass' Hat" or the cabinet try-they just aid their country's' en-
;..; that they are more interested in but from the speculators, and
officer or the senator who told emies. Yet some tell us we can sep-
least also from Wall who
: stopping-or at postponingwars street brokers
:: than they are in the'slogans of us this or that we say "authoritative fear that' the next move might be a arate domestic policies from foreign
quoters." We are supposed to know policies I
; the isolationists the
or imperialists. capital-gains tax on stock-market op -

S : Granted that, the fact that Roosevelt from experience whether what we erations. Women Wear Nose Rings
emphasizes the "realist" side hear is sound fact or just wishful The Orchid Garden: Speaker Sam
;
Noble
women of 'Upper India
; when he speaks, gives one a feeling thinking.The ELK HILLS BOILS Rayburn's greatest speech, urgingthe
wear huge nose rings some 01
,
that, he and Stalin and Churchill longer we live, the better we ,Latest developments in the Elk Congress to fight for our nation, which their

p k: haY'been able to reach"some_rough are able to judge between the real Hills oil controversy are known onlyto instead of for pressure groups, etc. are as large as heads.IRRITATIONS .

;-:--._,- agreements that are"'" praitical people and the"p} onies. Most old- those/who can see the inner work We are pasting it on-:our heart '. iii

enough work, and yet are, little timers in the government; don't try ings of the cabinet. The film, "Voice in the Wind" .
to fool reporters because they know Esquire's 1944 Varga calendar plus KIN OF
less earthy than the old power alli- Attorney General Biddle was expected EXTERNAL CAUSEAcne
ances, which always end in wars they can only do that once. Maybe to denounce the navy's con- the epics of Philip Stack The
twice. new Latin Quarter show (via Our pimples, eczema, factory dermatitis
'. and always will. -: tract with Standard Oil of Californiaas simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum
You know the old Scotch proverb- : illegal. The reason he didn't is Girl Friday's endorsement) bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-

/ The ConferenceI I "If, he cheats you once, shame on that two cabinet colleagues got next Peter Donald's Mutual program-- out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn-
him if he cheats twice shameon nostalgic nonsense. ing and soreness of these miseries with
recall very well that crowded ; you to him and changed his tune. simple home treatment. Goes to work at

news conference for which friend you. Experts in the justice departmenthave once. Aids healing works the antiseptic
and foe alike turned out to see what Many people think ,that unless we declared the contract definitely New York Novelette: The current way. Use Black and White Ointment only

the President looked like after his attack the party in power, we must illegal, and passed their findings song hit, "Paper Doll," was writtenin as directed. lOc, 25c 50c sizes. 25 years'
buccess. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
) trip. One hundred and seventy-nine be in favor of it. That isn't true. 1922 by Johnny Black. He first
along to Biddle. Biddle, in turn, was cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous -
-
working press and radio correspondents We know, as the old bull"said, "One expected to tell the house naval affairs played it for a publisher as his pet Black and White Skin Soap daily.Cranes .

were there, not counting offi cow is much as another. We know committee the same thing, with canary chirped along, perched on

-,. cials. ,The innocent expected some that despite the different party regalia the result, that congress would un- Johnny's shoulder E. B.Marks c.

hot, inside stuff; the cynical hoped politicians display, they are doubtedly recommend condemnation. was so impressed he bought the

the President would reveal errors really pretty much alike once they Thus, Standard of California ditty. "Any tune so simple," he MUSCULARl

by concealing them; the average reporter get into office-not as good as they would relinquish all the property to said, "that a bird can whistle shouldbe

knew it was going to be a might be for the most part, seldomas the government.But a sensation" But for some ACHES-rAms

good story one way or the other. bad as opposition paints them. reason or other Mr. Marks never
when BiddJe appeared before
satisfied. Those who really plugged it and it perished .
Everyone was The Active ElementBut the committee, he pulled his l For Quick ReliefRUB
yearned for the dramatic got the Johnny Black died soon after ., .
punches. Instead of declaring the
story of the German plot whichdidn't the party in power .is the active The Mills Bros. heard a smalltimecafe ON '

,f come off. Those who were ; element, it makes news because' contract illegal, he merely stated singer offer it this year .
that he had "grave doubts" about it.
looking for trouble were gratifiedthat it does things. The minority merely But the Marks firm had run out of

he revealed no new concrete de- objects. We report what is done. '.I The committee was expecting a copies, and none could be found .

velopments. The objective reportergot Not because we approve or disapprove forthright statement. Even its Until Tommy Lyman located an old Hold Nuptial DancesIn

his quota of news, for everythinga of what is done but because chairman, Congressman Vinson of copy in his trunk The Mills March male and female

President,says is that. that is a concrete act. The opposi- Georgia, who is very close to navy freres then made'a Decca recordingof sandhill in
cranes congregate
tion can do little more than officials, privately favors condemnation. l
oppose. it and Doll" re-born
"Paper was
But and hold
the two remarks off,the President clearings nuptial dances.
That is negative. We, know that if .
Over a million platters hav
stood out in mind-the
my oneI the opposition were in it Secret of what happened is this.
mentioned realism power, been peddled to date plus 700,000 or
and
( ) another
might do the same thing, nd the Two cabinet colleagues got hold of
Marks
more song copies Mr.
made almost
had as-'soon into as the the crowded last of party in power, which would then Biddle's coattails. One was Secre- then had to search for the author's NOSE MUST r DRAIN :'r'
us squeezed ,
be the minority, would object. tary'of the Navy Knox, who was '.
oval office and I believe survivors to pay the royalties To Relieve Head Cold Miseries 1
they were, ,
most far That is hard for the partisan lay responsible for the contract in the He finally located Johnny's father When head colds strike help nose -
revealing as as our future drainclear the wayfor freer breathing
foreign policy goes. man to understand. We know that. first place; the other was Harold living on an old "Tobacco Road" comfort with IONDON NASAL JELLY. A.. druggists.

We have ideas, too, and the party in Ickes, whose Petroleum administration farm The 82-year-old father of

Those in the first row had time to power usually has some pretty good is headed by a Standard Oil of Johnny Black, who died young and .

take in the President's cheerful and ones which the minority has to object California executive. penniless, will realize $50,000 in. roy' 'The Printed WordA'

informal appearance-the colored to, merely on party grounds.Not The fight is not over. Look for alties from "Paper Doll," which his drop of ink makes 'millions u

; shirt and the pull-over sweater being of either party we, the fireworks in public hearings before boy wrote 21 years ago.. think.-L. W. Neff.

which he had worn on his trip-and reporters, may also become partisans the committee next month.

:' which, because of one meeting-'fol.t not really of the party but of Many editorialists are pouting

t lowing another from the momenthe_ some of the, party's ideas.It SUBSIDY ISSUE POSTPONEDThe about the press relations fiasco at
t arrived at the White House, he still Cairo and Teheran. have A VEGETABLE
is hard to make some people 9-8 vote by 'which the Bank- They good
t wore. He had been on the job since to be irked the .
by bungling.'But
believe that we are not partisan head anti-subsidy bill was defeatedin reason Laxative
9:30: a. m.-it was then after four.
when we are objective, easy to make the senate banking and currency why allow such petty annoy- .

As soon as the signal that the others believe we are not when we committee came as a surprise to in- ances to smother the great significance For Headache, ;s

f' last reporter was in the room was siders. of the momentous confabs? k Sour Stomach ',

given, the President began to speak are.I have covered Republican and When they first took it up behind Why not devote more space to point- and Dizzy

f of the success of the trip, and he Democratic regimes. I have cov- closed doors, most members of the ing out that the conferences markedthe )' Spells when Con-

said that those who shared with him ered .one Democratic regime a long committee figured that the bill wouldbe greatest political victory in his- w :s caused stipation.by Use a

in the hopes of a durable peace (he time. -1 certainly hope, for the goodof reported ut'favorably and that tory? They marked the birth of civi- onlyasdirected.

referred to Russia, Britain, China) the state, that I shall be able to Roosevelt would suffer a resounding lization's greatest dream-the hope ; 15 doses for

were motivated by the determination cover a regime of the Republican defeat on subsidies. As it turned for permanent peace. Isn't that only 10 cents.

that there would not be anotherwar party, not because I think it is per out, the deciding vote for subsidieswas worth more newsprint than the fact .

while this generation lives.I se better or worse than the Demo- cast by Republican Senator Jo- that an error was made in the release a I 1

must admit that the words at cratic regime but because I thinka seph Ball of Minnesota, whom Bank- of the news?

first struck me a little coldly- change is good for the republic. head supporters consideredyin their

"while this generation lives." Not When the next administrationcomes anti-subsidy camp.! Sounds in the Night: At Paris Qui

much long-range optimism there, I in, I shall report what it does.I Terrific pressure*had been exertedon Chante: "She didn't add any weight,
But, afterward Ball by some of the big dairy she multiplied it!" At JimmDwyer's
thought. and since shall lean, in spite of myself, toward
interests in his state. However, the : "He has a face only a
his later pronouncements, general the constructive issues it pro- SAVE YOUR SCRAP
love could mother! At the
Minnesotan is fearless ;
young a
have been
though they I feel a lit- mulgates. But that won't, I hope,
statesman who believes in puttingthe Yacht Club: "I never feel my first
about it.
tle better It seems to me make me a Republican any more TO HELP GAIN
interests of the nation and of the dive frinks" In Duffy's Tavern: :
that perhaps we are at last em- than my leanings toward the con- '
majority of the people over specialor "Aren't you too old to believe in Si-
barked upon an adventure in inter- structive side in this regime makeme ICTORYOld
national cooperation with enough a Democrat. I am neither. I state interests. He not only voted natra Claus?" At Jimmy Kely's I

idealism to keep our eyes on the am, and hope to remain, a reporterBut against the inflationary Bankheadbill : "Weak? He wears suspenders METAL RAGS
hold his shoulders !" In ,
heavens and realism but also against the Taft com- to on
enough to keepour as beauty lies in the eye of the
promise which was licked by a lop- the Hurricane: "Falling in love :is RUBBER and PAPER
feet on the ground. That is my, beholder, so truth often lies in the "
New Year's hope and wish. ear of the listener. sided vote. like falling downstairs.
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; \ LESSON TEXT-Mark 22336. .
GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed are ye when '
as 4;: .' E'. men shall revile you. and persecute you
and shall say all manner of evil againstyou -
falsely, for! my sake.-Matthew 5:11. :


Criticism and opposition was the -

?' constant lot of our Lord as He gave
1 : 4J Himself in His labor of love for man- each
I you
i'LS' 9 kind. It follows His disciples to this

day, for men seem to have not only air.
1
", ingratitude, but an evil spirit which as
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rewards kindness with hard words :.

and unjust accusation.In ,
our lesson we find these hating,
watching enemies of our Lord's
showing their bitterness in two
1fr$ ways.I. '

Open Accusation ((2:23-28): have

.. They got at,Him this time throughHis .

beloved disciples. It was the
,
;: indirect approach so often used

r{."" by cowardly people who want to hurt

J I 1I I'. 'S someone, but who dare not face him Address'o

: Small Amount of Chicken Makes a Loaf squarely. They spread evil reportsor
unkind ,criticism about loved I
(See Recipes Below) I a it I
one, and thus wound the one they

Little l\1akes'Lots! hate. I
Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu
Their accusation was, however, ina

f'. There :were several requisites for sense a direct one. They claimed
recipes which made today's column that He was the one who had per-
and I think you'll appreciate all of Chicken Noodle Loaf mitted His disciples to violate the
Glazed of
them. First, they must be easy on Carrots Spiced Prunes Sabbath law by plucking and, rub-
in-
the budget; ,second, they must be Waldorf Salad bing the ears of corn to prepare ,
';_ easy on ration points; and third, Baking Powder Biscuits them to be eaten. In other words, t
t they must be leftovers, but incog- Orange Custard He had allowed them to do secular
-
nito! ,Cookies Beverage thing on a sacred day and thus to

All three are particularly timely Recipe Given I violate the holiness of the Sabbath.

because you have probably splurged ; What they did was not wrong, but guide man

during the holidays 1 cup green pepper, cut in strips they did it on the wrong day, said and
qA ? and want to 4 tablespoons melted shortening these critics. sure.yOU'

I f":::: I.- take it easy on 1 teaspoon salts Jesus met the charge by reaffirm- Money. '

points and the teaspoon pepper ing the high viewpoint of God con- tis.6.ed.

f' budget now; and 2 cups celery, cut in strips cerning man. We have lowered our
4 A third, you may 2 cups sliced radishes conception of man's position, whileat ; York
have leftovers :
l 3 tablespoons cold water
the same time exalting his unde-
.
that want things 2 tablespoons flour pendable judgment.
done with them
Hot cooked rice
Everything that concerns man is
but still won't ,
taste like left- Cook veal, 'green pepper and on- sacred in the sight of God. Hungeris I
ions ,in shortening, in a large skillet natural, God made man that way.
._ overs because you know how the
family sniffs at them. So, here we for about 10 minutes, stirring fre- He gets hungry on the Sabbath day,
quently. Add seasonings and celery. so he must have food on that day.
f go, first of all with leftover pieces
''f' from that holiday bird: Cover.and cook slowly for 5 minutes, The Sabbath was made to serve him,
"Chicken Noodle Loaf. then stir in flour and water 'whiclihave and he must not be harmed or hindered -
been blended to smooth
'(Serves 8) a by his servant.

"- /z to I. cup diced cooked chicken paste. Cook, covered, 5 minutes Now, someone will say: "That
3 well beaten longer. Add radishes. Heat thor- means I can do what I like on the
eggs
'
,
oughly, and serve on hot cooked iden-
Yz pound noodles ,Sabbath-or the Lord's Day. No,
3 tablespoons butter or substitute rice. it does not. What you need is right. ; on
3 tablespoons flour Frankfurters are sometimes left What you desire may not be. You its left ear.

2 cups milk over, too, and the problem of whatto are more than an animal, so you "
teaspoon salt do with them after they've lost must have more than physical rest

1 cup 'soft bread crumbs moisture and shriveled a bit can be and recreation on Sunday. You are

t 1 teaspoon chopped onion easily solved if you do this with more than a mental being, hence

1 tablespoon chopped parsley them: ,you need more than culturereading -
1A teaspoon pepper Rosy Rounds. music or friendship on that day. A

Cook noodles in boiling, salted wa- (Serves 4 to 6) You are a spiritual being and must

ter until tender (2 quarts water, 1 2 tablespoons fat have fellowship with God. J

teaspoon salt). Drain. Meanwhile, A cup minced onion See how nicely it all balances up GLYCERINE MADE FROMVOURSAlVAGED FAT !
prepare white sauce of butter, flour when we go God's way. Then noth-
;, and milk. Combine chicken, eggs, 5 to 6 frankfurters, ground ing that concerns us is common or GOES INTO THE\ MAKING OF EXPLOSIVES BUT !

noodles, white sauce, crumbs and Vt teaspoon Worcestershire sauce secular. It, is all sacred.II. ;
F'-. seasonings. Pour into a well-greased Salt and pepper Silent Hatred (3:1-6). DO YOU KNOW
!loaf pan 9 by 5 by 3 inches. Bake Biscuit I
dough bad but it be-.
Open criticism is ,
in a moderately slow (325-degree)
:
1 cup medium white sauce comes worse when it is hidden in
:oven until firm in center, about 1
hour. Let stand for about 8 minutes 1 teaspoon dry mustard the heart of a watching man (v. 2), .

after removal from oven, then loosen Melt fat; add onion and frankfurters. one who looks for his opportunity to

around edges. Invert on hot plat- Cook until lightly browned, stir- strike. '
\g r ter. Slice to serve. If desired, serve ring often. Add Worcestershiresauce The scene is a most dramatic one.

t' with cheese, mushroom or vegetable ; season with salt and pepper. Jesus came into the synagogue on
Garnish with the Sabbath day as was His custom -
:i sauce. pickled pears Prepare biscuit dough as follows:
and spiced prunes. Sift together 2 cups flour, 3 tea- (By the way, is it your cus-
Are there remainders of a veal tom to go to church on Sunday?) "In
'
spoons baking powder, % teaspoonsalt '" GLYCERINE IS USED IN THE DEFENSE WORKER
roast still standing that was a man with a
;, ; cut in Vi cup shortening add synagogue
; SURGICAL DRESSINGS USES GLYCERINE IN
( "
Here of
in the refrigerator : % milk withered hand. occurs one ;
cup mixing to a soft
y dough. .
? You can y c 0 those incidental things, which are so AND MANY ANTISEPTICS PRODUCTION
Roll
;" make a, perfectly dough into rectangle Vt inch full of beauty in these narratives. i.iUI i.
thick. Cover I
with
' meat mixture
delicious ; accusation
chop Seeking to find against i
"f suey from a few roll up in jelly- Him, His enemies nevertheless all -- \\\\\\ II
roll fashion.
Cut
i : cupfuls of the L unconsciously paid Him a supreme
into 1% inch
roast meat: compliment. They associated Him ,
slices; place in
Veal Chop Suey. baking pan. Bakein immediately, not with the chief seat

(Serves 6)) a very hot oven of the synagogue, but with the most w _
"
2 cups roast veal, cut in strips needy man in the crowd. -
(450 degrees) 15 .. .. ::
i1 i1t 2 sliced onions .minutes. Combine "They watched Him" (v. 2)). The

white sauce and air was full of silent, malicious, cun- ;

t Lynn Says mustard; serve on hot biscuit rings. ning hatred. Jesus faced them with ;
'an alternative so high, so holy and ,
x Point Pointers: When you run Lima-Meat Casserole. exacting that they dared not speak.He lflfII'll/lllh\\/ \ \\
Iowan stamps for processed (Serves 6 to 8)) pointed out that we either do PROTECTIVE COVERINGS' INTO TWE'\ MIRACULOUS'

foods, be sure to find fresh 'ones 2 slices bacon or salt pork, diced good or harm, heal or kill, by our FOR BATIlES ''P5 TANKS LIFE-SAVING-SULPHA'
1. 2 leftover 'to human need. It ,
to substitute. To extend a processed cups beef, ground response a .cannot
food, use it with a fresh, 1 onion, diced be ignored. What would theydo PLANES CONTAIN GLYCERINE GOES GLYCERINE
l } seasonal food. 3 cups cooked tomatoes with it? They dared not answer.

b y' Using foods that are grown near 1 teaspoon salt Then He healed the man. He did

k ". your own community helps the 1 teaspoon chili powder not touch him. He did not do any

1:; transportation problem, as well as 4 cups cooked lima beans (freshor work, except a miraculous healing.But QdC : Q
''s your near-by grower. dried) it was enough. The Herodiansand 1I

For children or invalids who the Pharisees, who hated each '
Fry out bacon or salt pork. Add ATABLESPOONFULADAF / ) ,
use canned, pureed foods, extendby meat and onions. Brown slowly, stir- other, now became friends because
mixing with milk and cream. ring frequently. Add remaining in- they both hated Jesus.
Use with purees of other vegeta- gredients. Pour into a well-greased What an awful picture of what

.- bles and fruits.Leftovers casserole. Cover. Bake in a mod- may be in the, human heart, even in
. lam ) .:;.. can be combined with erate oven ((350 degrees) for 30 min- the Lord's house on the day of wor-
'I other foods to use them up; for utes. ship. What was in your heart when
.I. example, leftover beets can be you last went into the church? Love
y' ;"' mixed with. onion, vinegar and // you want sugar-saving suggestions, and a desire for the good of your o
:I!'" s. spices for relish or salad; leftover write to Lynn Chambers, Western Newspaper neighbor, or hatred and malice?

i, i I 0". ;''' :' corn may be combined with Chicago Union 6,,Illinois.210 South Don't Desplaines forget to enclosea Street, Here again our Lord declared the
;
: lima beans, carrots or peas. stamped, self-addressed envelope for dignity of man in the plan of God, ": .
Save Used. Fats! your reply. and placed his need above the keep-

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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1944
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The Clewiston News doubtful. Then came Senator Frank USSC Has Black Strap m : Invest your CHRISTMAS HOUSE FOR SALE
Upchurch to further muddy the waters -
savings in Uncle Sam's
and split the state vote. Available For FeedThe
f WAR BONDS. Keep
Published every Friday In Clewiston, There is more than enough anti- on
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, 1 Green sentiment to defeat the Gen- United States Sugar Corporation Backing the Attack. My home in Clewiston, 3

inc. tleman from, StarHp if it could' be in Clewiston will sell blackstrap

centered behind one strong 'candidate molasses to farmers to feed bedrooms, practically

Entered as second class mall matter I but this opposition far has stock. This can be fed straight. or WANTED Fats from
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in \ new. convenient. Pasa-'
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of been unable to settle on anyone and mixed with regular feed. The priceis
!March 3, 1897.Subscription seems to be in danger; of becoming $32.06 a ton f.o.b. Clewiston in, your kitchen. 2 brown dena Ave., first house

even, more divided. tank cars. ration .
Itnte-$2.50 Per Tear Both Graham and Caldwell have In order to buy. this molasses it'' points paid for east of Inn flower garden -

made progress since they entered Js necessary first to obtain a certificate every pound. B and B
Advertising Rates On. Application. Terms R. N
in '
Graham succeeded .
the race. has of purchase which can be --,
lining up some splendid support and had by. applying at the county Cash Grocery. ,1 Itc. J
Childress 3616 1 Tacon
Devoted to the advancement and welfare considering the short time he has agent's office, in the courthouse. ,

of Clewiston and Hendry County. been active has perfected ,a state -- Tampa 6 Fla. 2t. .
'! organization second only to Green. CARL PASCARELLA \ REWARD_ $5.00; for ..
Discounting the publicity gained

thru the initial announcements, Gail Pascarella, former music i instructor return of roller floor -

NATIONAL EDITORIAL which was about equal for all calidi- of the Moore Haveji school,. lost
ASSOCIATION dates, Graham has probably received jack between Riddle
I met 'a tragic death in an automobile i
m the most '!general press comment(
Field Look TheFuture
.
with Caldwell second, Green and accident on December 31st, friends :and Thompson I to

I Upchurch trailing. I here have been notified. Mr. :Pas- Motor Parts. Return to
carella was employed and lived in I .
Should Colin English announce, :
----- it harmful to Hollywood, California. Gulf Service Station. 1 'I .
c..11:.1:.1:1.:N:N N-11, N-:..;N:N:1.:N N:II:N N N N:N:N,1 would prove more tp
Graham, Caldwell and Upchurchthan Although details of the accidentare I
to Green, for he would take not known here, it is known that
.
,1
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Too Late To ClassifyBy votes from them rather than from his brother-in-law was also killedin FOR SALE Gasoline! ... ,

the Congressman.The the accident, and the bodies of the

RUSSELL KAY same holds true in the case two were sent to, New York for I stove. Good condition. After The War j"
.
burial. It is presumed that the accident -
1N of J. Ed ,Baker, who probably woulddo Needs

.. .N.N.N NII....N.N.N.NJI!.N.N'H. .N.Ii.N!.NNN!NMNN. :..:o I these same candidates plenty of occurred .in or near Holly- cleaning. AddressP. To .'
-------.p. - wood. You Will Want
[harm, especially in Lake and Palm O. Box 7286, Clewiston. .
Beach counties. Should Petteway Mr. Pascarella only taught for ope -

With the primaries a little more I of Miami 'and Farrior of Hills- year in the local schools, but worked > 1 tp. Build A Home :
than three months away, the germof .i I
political ambition is beginning to j I borough toss their sombreros' into unceasingly during that time with'theschool
the ring, it would only serve to further orchestra and under his lead-
in the hearts of gubernatorial LOST Long eared Boston
stir -
I hIt
complicate the picture, splittingthe ership it participated and, received.

may aspirants reach and the indications stage of an are epidemic.that it \ anti-Green, : faction into just so high rating in its division in a state-' bull named 'Bunky,' Will Pay You To l'

many' more small groups without wide contest last .year.. Mr. Pas-
The race, which began with the cutting Green's vote to carella had had in concert white
announcement of Lex Green to be any appreciable I I experience streaks on neck Buy''' Your- Lots
and extent.' work which meant much to the pupils -. _,_
followed by Caldwell, Graham i
So far the position of announced under his teaching.The and face. Return, to E.
Upchurch, will in all probability see
an entry list of ten or twelve be- candidates, other than Green, is school board re-elected Mr. M Cornette Phone 117. NOWCLEWISTON
more or l less obscure and is determ- ,
Pascarella
fore the final date for qualificationrolls for another term, but
around. ined primarily upon the wishful prior to the opening of school he ..

From the State's most authorative thinking of the individual following j. notified authorities that he, would I - i Bring salvaged fatsto
listening posts comes informationthat that attaches itself to the severalaspirants. II not return. :your I <' :

State Superintendent of Public, Each little group or B & B market. Every -
!
coterie that has definite
made a ,
Instruction Colin English can be expected Edwin Baker CandidateFor
choice naturally voices ,its faith and REALTY
needed for
is .
to make his formal announcement ounce munitions I '
hope in 'ultimate victory, but the

termed. soon."certain"Another to enter candidate the 'raceis fortunes of candidates vary with Governor of war and for I and DEVELOPMENT

each change of the political winds,
State Senator J. Ed Baker of '
which as yet have hardly begun to essential civilian uses.-
Umatilla. The labor press announced UMATILLA, Jan. 12-J. Edwin CORPORATIONToday's
Raymond Sheldon of Tampa sev- stir. I II Baker, State Senator icpresenting Band B Market. 1 Itc.

eral weeks ,ago and the Senator admits |i I Whispered conferences in hotel 'I the twenty-third, S Senatorial District} ,

it is his plan to run. Rep- rooms, dignified' speeches before Lake County, announced today that
resentative Joe Jenkins of Gaines- 'civic clubs and an occasional'h nd- he is a candidate for the office of

ville has been sounding out senti- shake never elected a governor. I Govtrnor of Florida, subject, to the

ment during the past two weeks and .j, Pretty soon somebody will quitpussyfootin' Democratic Primary to be held ini I F U N N rG RAM By Peter I

can definitely be numbered among and get to campaignin'in May. Senator Baker has been prominently -
earnest, and when that happens I
those "seriously considering.. ( mentinoed as a possible
1 then we can begin to get some idea If pistons
your
In the meantime in hotel rooms, candidate during the past several
of what's 'what who's who. AI
and Un- .
over conference tables and even on weeks and his many friends throughout -
I til then most 'folks --:: are "slapping"
.' are too concerned -
street. corners your attentive ear can the state have been. awaiting his
I with their own affairs and too
catch the names of a number of formal announcement. duct that car to our
busy to about politics.
worry
other alleged "dark horses" who J I Although comparatively new in

should not be discounted-including '! politics, Senator Baker is well known shop. CORRECT

Judge Raleigh Petteway of Miami, Lakeport Man Named throughout the' state, Floridiansi
I I 1? service will
repair
Rex Farrior of Tampa, Supreme I i generally are well acquainted with J
Assistant In
Court Justices Alto B. Adams and NavySecretary's his' background_ his family .and. his soon let again
H. L. (Tom) Sebring, Dean WalterJ. I OfficeMoore record you

Matherly of the University of Florida Senator Baker was born in Plant "go a ead." ,

and Carl Biorein of Tampa. I ( Haven Democrat) City, Hillsboiough' County, anf is
As the matter now stands It ;appears -
1 Commander David G. Click, of forty-four years old. His father, HENDRY.
the
that Lex Green, is still ;
I Lakeport, has been appointed special the late George B. Baker, was a native -
man to beat. With a strong assistant ;to Ralph Bard, assistant' of Hamilton County, Florida, COUNTY ..

wide organization built 'up state-j secretary of. the ,navy, it. was ', announced -II I and served for many years as sheriffof : '.
of
enviable ly over a reputation long period as a campaigner in' Washington this_ week. Palm Beach County MOTORS .

I Click is the ofMrs. "Our state," Senator Baker .said, '
and a name familiar to more people Commander son +I I CLEA'ISTOFLORIDA -
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than other candidate, to say W. S. Click, until recently of "is in excellent condition today; '
nothing any of a valuable "franking I Lakeport. He formerly-- was the officer -, however, continuing; governmental "Go'ahead Slap me, and I'll tell the conductor -> :'

privilege" that permits him to flood in charge of the industrial relations responsibilities and post-war read- "
the mails with reprints of Congres- section of the navy's shore justments will present many prob- my Correct Age!

sional Record bull, banana oil and establishments division, which directs : lems which: the individual states

boloney, he is easily. "in the numberone activities, of, civilian personnel must solve for themselves., InItiative ,. ..

position. in naval establishments. in state and local government, ; :..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:.::..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:--::..:..:.:..-:..:..:..:..: ,
practical'ad
With: the entry of Millard Caldwell L Before being ordered; to active 'sound judgment and .X
ministration must be exercised to
and Ernest Graham-in the race naval 'duty in October 1942, he was +
maintain achievementand ..
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it appeared that Green would not I industrial relations director 'and assistant present day i ...-.
advancementand :: STATEMENT OF CONDITION :
future
'accomplish t
escape this time by being elected in to the president 'of the Sperry r .
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the first. rpimary and the prospect of I Gyroscope company, Brooklyn, N. stability.! '

Sheldon cutting him down in his I j Y. Previously he served for several. CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS ;_

; own fields made it look even morel] (Continued on page 5) ,Get $4 for $3 out of your ':' .:..

! I CHRISTMAS savings Invest Jr' :;: '. ', AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ." :!:.
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in WAR BONDS- Keep ; .:. !" .i.I

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: Tax Collector Notice I I::: ,AFTER, THE CLOSE ;OF BUSINESS DECEMBER :31\". 1943,' :*



Do you feel ',, ---?>'<' l

ASSETS ... ., : X

.. First Mortgage Loans .."..""".. ........*. ............".. ..,...::.${7,5. J '
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"left out of. it"? h. Loans on Passbooks and Certificates: ; :...;...... .. .:... ...* 0.00 ::

I v Other Loans_ .........................r.;.........?-...--....:.........,;',,. ., 0.00 ._C t-
.?; Properties Sold on Contract m.m........... __............... 0.00., '*j. Ne
'1'he"tax; books for the of 1943 are' now in .! Real Estate Owned and in Judgment ..:................. '.0.00. *<*'
year open my Are you: missing the chance 'i.i Investnients, and Securities .....------..___..:__......-.__....... ; :6500.00 '.' .':' '
office, and if you have not received your tax statement please I to share in this war-missing .:. Cash on Hand and in Banks ..............._.:......__........_ 15,763.90 .>
drop me a card for we want to make a better record the ; -
on an experience "01I't1 value all < Office. Building and Equipment, less :::
1943 Tax Roll than we did for 1942. .In other*words, I. am life? } ::: .' depreciation .:.............................'..... ...........: ... .. 41.62.," ,( .:.
hoping to collect 100 per cent. In this fray can our your .*. Deferred Charges and Other Assets .................:..: ,..i, 36.86 *:*
we run Hight'now, in the WAC, you 'k '" :::.
schools and all departments of our County can function. If could 'be ,doing a vigil Auny "*. .\ .( : : .
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: 40.97
A s $6 9, t
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I can be of any service to you at Clewiston, in paying your ,job. You could be getting" valuable I. ,; ", ;?
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taxes and buying your auto tags, I will be at Alston's's -DrugStore training, meeting new l': -" '. '. ., ,' I

,on Thursdays, December 16, December 23,' December::) people) seeing new places while :$!: .--.' ,, .,V,
30 and 6 of 1944 I serving your country. J: LIA ILrnES.,. .!\ ,- ,,: "i.:.
January and January 13. ; 1944, afternoonand .. I '- More Wacs are needed at, .r .' .:.
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evening. .. -. ,., once. Get full details about j Members' .Share Accounts ........_.....:....".......:..:..... .>$48, 687.49 ,*:*
,, -. ,' I eligibility, training, pay, the jobs *.:.* Shares Pledged: on Mortgage Accounts ................. .. 0.00 '. .{.
,. Wacs: do how IheGo to' A Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank .___.,. 0.00. ; *:*
"; '.' :' /;,. ,' ',. "_., \ I .. :; : : .. the they Recruiting Y Borrowed Money -... ...._...?.?.".-.-_,,.:,.";,,,,.__.,.L.: ,, ," .0.00 A s
< ,: : nearest U. S. Army '.:. Loans in Process ........:.................,...__...................::.:... 0.00 \ .:*'
ti Station. (Your local post A Other Liabilities ____........__._....._.......___.. ...:. __............... 27.62 ;::
: 4; : office will give you the address.) V: Specific Reserves ""....:. ............--....:.....:.....:.--.....- 47.13 ', AX
.. .. ; : ..t.; Or'write: The Adjutant General, ::: General Reserves ..1__..........:......j......m.--............. ,?... 7,336.56 ",. *
;;" .' Room 4415, Munitions Building t Undivided' Profits ..............................................:.:..'... 13,842.17 .:%:.
.- R.. MILLER. ., Washington, D. O. Do it *** T #:%

today *. 't?:. j $69,940.97 ;:!;

TAX COLLECTOR. ::2:: ,1L. :i:

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1944 THE CLEWISTON NEWS
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o/5.:{ MRS. D. JENKINS WILLIAMS /.-:- I high 'school, here he went to Lakeland t.d:

; the Most f for his senior year. I.
: t r I Clewiston friends were saddened Getting. Mrs. W. S. Click, the Commander's Fish Camp \ ,

' : : Personals j'j'I this week to learn of*the death of from your mother, now resides in Mobile ( Hurricane Gate) ;' i',
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( Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams, wife of a ictoiy Garden I with her daughter Airs' Anna Ruth Clewiston, Pla. \ :,:
former minister of the
I Community
., II 1[ Sells'and Mis. Quentin Bussell. Boats and Motors-GuIde Service ? '
'', ... Church. Mrs.. Williams died last Sherman Click
Rates
'. J. of Lakeport, is a Reasonable J> .:\
::.:.., '' Mr. and Mrs. B. Pittman and Friday at the family home in Wales, brother. W.: H. Johnson, Mgr. I d]
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',' ': baby have gone to. Key West for a Wisconsin Funeral services wereheld A. ..... ,

[: : ':'. :: visit with relatives. Mrs.there Williams Tuesday had: suffered acute-- 'I' .........................................---I-. ,..,..-...,...-..-...-............. ; ;",;
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Mrs. Judson V., Francis has as ly from arthritis for many years and '. i i'Gr.IA I i-: '' 4.'j'j ';.

a semi-invalid and :,.._ V 1 : :: \J
was when she 11
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her guest for a while, h r.aun't, Mrs. ._ & .
., her husband resided in .l t\l .;. : )
Clewiston. ,
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John, E. Edwards of Jacksonville, .. \ .. Let Us ... : .
I'Dr.. and Mrs. Williams ,also lived' in ;? { .f. ;" ,':::1

Punta Gorda and, at Fort Myers L' .........:' ;, y..
Patterson :' .f..
+ ;Richard M. of MacDitl I f-' :
Beach for two winters after ,
leaving !' ;:'''
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lY Field, Tampa, spent the week end Clewiston. .. : .lI

with his parents. ,' Mr. and. Mrs, R. Y.I I i $;,,,,,,,_ /, '' .. I Supp1YouWith'WINDOW i_
Patterson. I II ---: I II ;.o: 1 <" \ cb. ,'
I I I WOMAN'S: MISSIONARY UNION 'i" .:. .j

I HOLDS BUSINESS :\ MEETING, 'Tkc" Care cf Your Garden ] .X f. .f,.,
.: Mrs. T. 'P. Forbes arrived Wednesday =
I Wends are a Victory Garden's most f X
I from West for visit ..
Key a
Mrs. Jack] Himrod s'
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president was
::-: with her daughter, Mrs C. L. Mc-' in charge of the business and sericus enemy.: Once started,they rob .;. "" :!: :
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Lendoii -and family I tiny vegatable plants of food and moisture :;: CARDS ::
i i1n'ss gram meeting of the Woman's pro-I I I" ,\
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sionary Society which was held at and gang up, on the gardener to c.i ,' ,': '
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Marie Whidden who has been Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon. i rob him of joy in his job. f. .:... 1 1s
employed as switchboard operator Mrs Ben Bolton was .in charge I I '"The lime to kill weeds is before I :: .' I "RULED\ FORMSLETTERHEADS i" :
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ae the sugar office left this week for .of the program. The devotionalwas + :::
I they start to declares Harm J -
her home in Lakeport.Mr. I given by Mrs. Himrod.. Others grow I :: .' :!:
'Fe.rry-Morse"
Drewes of the .
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who assisted, in the program were I .:. F' "
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and Mrs J. L. Whitaker and Mis. ,V. ,A. Montgomery, Mrs H. J. ing Station where war against Breed-I :;: r: '" :'" ', :':" .;.. '

sons, Donald and Dick of Fort'Myers, Roath, Mrs. Fred Dunaway, Mrs. E. never ends, during the growing season. ; -' ENVELOPES 1
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/ spent the week end here with Mr. F. Phillipe, Mrs. 'Fred Sikes and "Hoeing the surface soil not only kills '! "
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and Mrs. R.C. Nowling. Mrs.. T. L. Tanner.CLEWISTON : ., : i'}< BILLHEADS .t:
the sprouting weed, seeds; it actually ;I; \
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COMMUNITY: prevents their germination. As soon i :;, .
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mis. A. O. Ward, '
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I CHUnCH' as the vegetable seedlings break _;. ''' :> HANDBILLS 1 .r ,
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.. .". Mrs. E. W. Durst and Mrs. E. O. / ': Y
David C. Hancock, Minister through so, that the rows can be easily ::: ,. .. ';, .. _
Ward in West .. .c
j : were. visitors Palm I .. -- I
(is;.: '.' ;" Beach Saturday ,afternoon -- seen, it is time to begin stirring the .;. ''' ;>=; ".- TICKETS :1r !
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SUNDAY, JAN. 16, 1944 .
\ soil between rows and as close to the :I;: c'' ,f'".! : :!:
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.,' Dr. C... .. ; ..
Mrs. R.. A. Chapman and daughter ,E..' Gericke, superintendent. Classes plants as possible without disturbingthem. .. ; :- T c.:'.

_. .: Ann, have returned? their for all ages. Either a hand hoe" or a wheel I .;. ';. :=:
,/ .," -" home' in LaBelle after visiting here ,- y .,f'
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. A hoeis an efficient.tool. I
ioi ,' .' for month with Mr. and Mrs. K. /
; a
:: At'a
i! .;:;;<" F. Jennings. ; nursery for small children is, conducted If ,it rains within a few days after ;price surprisingly. low.tILr :

:< 'I'- by the Mother's Club at the' the first cultivation, stir the surface: I \. i
Y's'
,' Community Center. ,
Mrs. Ruth B., Owens of the Tog- "So Religion Is Only Wishful soil' again as soon as it is dry enough,_ =

gery Shop is spending this week in Thinking?"' is the theme of the but do not wait longer than a week ::: / ;::

Atlanta where she is attending the ister's sermon. min-// before cultivating a second time, rainor : :;:

trade style showings: of spring and. You are cordially, ,invited to no rain, unless the ground is too !
summer ladies wear. ship -with us; /wet to work.
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Choir rehearsal on Friday. .eight Weeds within the row will have to y
;, A. J. 'Kinsey, Jr., of Fort George o'clock at the. church.
be removed. by hand_.while the plants I
G. Meade, Maryland,., arrived .this' -- are small. As the plants grow ,larger i_: Quality Printing !:_:

*, week to spend a ten day furlough\ MOTHERS CLUB HOLDS I they will dominate so that weeds in the ,

: with his wife and his parents, .Mr. FIRST 1944 MEETINGThe row should seldom 'prove troublesome. y +

;r'r and Mrs. .A. J. Kinsey, Sr. J II One exception is ,onions; the spear-like

.-, ,'" Mothers' Club of the Com- 'leaves do not shade the ground enoughto 'f L S J !? '

_._R. C. Granere' arrived Tuesday i! munity Sunday School, meeting for keep down weeds. I X!
r:. for a visit with Mrs. Franere, and the first 1944 study group: had a j Besides keeping ahead of the weeds,

( their baby'' son. Mr. Granere is. a program from Parents magazine, a. tilling the surface soil lightly forms a I
: transport pilot and recently returned -'I portion which was "New Year mulch 'to prevent evaporation of mois- :; PHONE :i

:- to Miami from a trip to North i Resolutions', for Parents:" The pro- ture. It is particularly essential stir I '
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.r : l" gram was given by Mrs. B. T. Vor- :: :
Africa
the,soil ,around plants as ,soon' as soil : OUR
: hees, who also devotional.
'gave a f
and
: "':' plants are 'dry enough'after every '
l'" Adolph Smoak, chief petty officer -,' General discussion ,following the rain. Care should be taken, however, :: WILL CALL TO :

\':,. in the ,Navy Sea-Bees has returned '.presentation of the program ma- not to dig too deeply near the plants, .i. ., : : --
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,. 'to Camp Peary, terial.] Mrs.'iCarl Johnson presided as the roots may be injured. i.i I '

-i; after a visit with friends 'Virginia'1 a't. the business meeting, at which i i .... I
routine matters were 'cared for. 'I
tives here and in Moore Lakeport Man-
y Mrs. Toy Durrence and Mis. W. I

1\1ac'k I D. Wylie : hostesses :;: ::
Mr. and Mrs. James F. of were and served ; 'LET US News''t::

: Hollywood, visited in Clewiston.t ups 'd'down cake and ,coffee to 1\1 's"1 Continued from Page 4) .;. \

r' Wednesday. Mr. Mack., who is Lieu- L. M.\Weetman, Mrs.. H. B. years as secretary to the late Senator I :!: YOUR NEXT ::=
Mrs. :
tenant-Governor of this district of D. C. Hancock, Mrs G. H. j Park Trammel of Florida, and was I

Kiwanis, acted as'installing officer Brown, Mrs C. A. Thomas, Mrs. J. cleik of the-senate naval affairs com .'.'
' at the Kiwanis Club that evening. j W. Durden; :Mrs. Glen Brower, Mis.L. mittee. .;. .

M. Hutson, Mrs. C. E. Geiicke, Commander Click lived in Lake- : :

Mrs.. L. H. Robbins arrived Monday -! Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mis. Boyd Vor- port with his parents Mr. and Mrs. .:. ., ....,. : |
: .. from McLain, Va., to spend the hees and, Mrs. Curtis Thompson. I W. S7 Click, during his boyhood and ::: ', :::

winter here with her daughter .Mrs.; I attended Moore\ Haven High School. ,, .. _
}' '' J. E. Beardsley' and her son, Joseph RATIO N1NCALENDAR- After completing the junior class in 'x.' .'-' I
I
'rr Robbins. Mrs Beardsley and 1\1rs.1 I

,- Joseph Robbins met her in West month for meats and' fats compared r :r The Clewiston :

; Palm Beach. The visitor who is 88 with '64 at present, and 50 I f

; years' of age, made the trip from Meats', .fats, etc. -book three points for processed foods instead oC \ .i I IxK"X

'S Washington alone on the train. brown. stamps R and S valid through 48. ,*0.-..,/* ..x..X"X"X* Jan. 29: Book four' spare stamp Ration buying power will be kepton ....:=

Among the Clewiston residentswho No. 2 good for five l) ints'or fresh an even, keel, OPA said,. by slight '
11111111111111 !lllllllllilll IIIIIIIIIII'!, 11111111111I11 r.llllllllllillll; illlllllllll!! rallllllllllll11 { llhllfilllili
attended the funeral services Ii j pork and, sausage through Jan. '15. adjustment of point_valuesdownward '
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; ; for S. C. Stalls in Moore Haven Sunday Processed foods-book four green on meats and fats and upward I Iw- -

,' -; afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. :stamps D, E and F good through on processed foods. Under the token Y.

, W. C. Nail, Mr. and Mis. 'W. Jan. 20; stamps G, H and J valid plan '30 points for "meats and fats ? t

: Owen: Mr.: :: and Mrs. N. V.-S., c.t through Feb. 20.Sugalbook will become valid at the beginning of Dont on a I;

ford, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pape, : four stamp 2'9'good two-week period.. Fifty processed rely

"' and Mrs. Melvin Pape, Mr. and 1\Irs'l I for five pounds through Jan. 15. food points will become valid the

Vernon Bryant, Glen Etherton, G. !: Shoes-book one stamp 18 and I first of each month :: :

,. B. Thomas, E. W. McLeod, W. H. book three' "airplane" stamp No. 1 /jwish aY '' L

Lanier, E., C. Mills and Olin Waters. i, good indefinitely. I

Gasoline L- in Northeast and .- Y
BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES I Southeast, 8-A coupons good for ::: :i:

three' gallons I b Ani e
-- through Feb. s.. Elsewhere "A
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Mrs. Otto Larsen entertained
}; members 9-A coupons good for three
k other bridge club Wednesday, gallons through Jan. 21. B and C I ? *
n awarding high_ prize to Mrs. W. C. I coupons good for two gallons y Y' y?
'; Owen and second high to Mrs J. ,E. everywhere v
'I Beardsley. I except in the Rocky' TOO litANY PEOPLE ? *
Mountains and Far West, where y
r Fruit salad, crackers, coffee and HAVE DREAM- Y
I they are' good for thiee gallons. .. ... .
cake were served at the close of play. | Fuel Oil-period one coupons expire L/A/ED BRAINS/ '::.. '- I' ..
Attending were Mrs Owen, Mrs. i in all areas Jan. 3. ( ': ;-
Beardsley, Mrs. H. A. .Bestor, 1\lrs.1 I j j coupons are valid in the Period entire two rationed I ::: ''IIIII'': :?
F. E. Conkling, Mrs F. Deane Duff I area J +
Mrs N. V. S. Mumford j' ; good through Feb. 7 :s: S't \ ::;
; Mrs. C. J. everywhere except in the South, t ..
Nielsen and Mrs R. C. Wilson. 'I where i '
they
are valid through Jan, i
&s''A savings account
24. Period three coupons also valid yl 1 ,
t
: MISSION TALK IS GIVENAT I

LADIES' AID PROGRAM I in remaining midwestern good'and through southern March states, I.- :=: IDWQ'IwvN L.G wih our insured ::

', in the Middle West and Feb. 21 13\\ .i' .:.
II .: Mrs E. ,v. Durst presided at the 1 the South. Period Noes tr wifi provide
three 'couponsvalid :;:
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t' meeting of the Ladies Aid 'Society ,, Jan. 4 in the East and Far I II ,
f;,. of .the Community ,Church which I(I West and he ,
are good through March things want ::
f' :i:
:, ;was held Thursday afternoon at the 13. All j'j'A you
coupons .
are worth 10 gal- .. ," ..
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..1'. .. :, ,, L- :.." home Mf: Mrs. O. A. Jones. lons a unit, with most coupons worth
?",.>, The program was on foreign mis several units, each.:
: ', -- lions Rev. David C. Hancock gave The. new ration token plan be ,

' 'k, ", splendid talk on the, "World Missions : comes effective February: 27, with few folks have mere imaginary x
of the ChurchPlans /'. the public having virtually the same pains but 'at the first "r al"
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l, '\ were made by the Society' buying power despite slight changes symptom ,consult your doctor and ...,.' ':i'
for sewing garments for the over-I in the total number of points avail I bring his prescription to the druggist j :

.'. seas mission box;, which the group able for a month's buying, according. he endorses. ;. :' ':, :::
provides each year ,for one of the to the OPA.. '

hospitals operated by the church. With introduction of the tok 1
r Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. D. ens, which will be worth one point ALSTON'S ANDo } X.Y i

I Wylie Mrs Jones and Mrs Otto in change, food stamps will b
'I) Larsen, p hostesses, served sandwiches given a uniform value of 1 o SEMILONE DRUGS i x

cookies%coffee; and tea during asocial points. This means each family I '.. __,_n ---- --' 'Iiiti i inrr
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, h i1r-.iUer the meeting, member will have 60 points a _n nllllllllllllr;:' ;!illllllllllm IIIIIIIIIIIII! illllllll
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: : CHEERFUL CHERUB. J J'2: T .M" ( .'i'VL""Q'qll.

IHl a Bil K HMB BH B B M -
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I hold head tl IrPlt g j M t.aR 'O q f.4 O it t
my up
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pretty well E z..b ; .w. '>>''D

Among my Fellowmen ] p 4yp iS7a -1nn tY'.r / //A '1nM Strenuous

"What do you do for exercise?"

BLACK "Oh, I read ghost stories and
But when I meet make my flesh creep."

myself alone SOMBHERO 1 1I % Willing-Girl .

I Feel! Ri
emb rr ssed I "You look sweet enough to eat," the
then. soldier told his girl.
Eby CLIFFORD KNIGHT ?e "I do "
S\r1'C."edn 6.) s eat, she replied. "Left go.
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M .; CHAPTER I could cause me. You see, I have a loose today. I'm on my own" There I In Use
motive"A -" was an exuberance, an elation in "I hear the storm last night blew

C We were agreed, that warm October motive, darling?" Margaret'svoice her voice. The fact was thrilling to your chicken house away." ....

evening as we sat gazing held a startled note. her.Dwight "Yes, and it's going to be a hard

down from the hills upon the twin- "Yes. You see, that Cabazon already had explained the job to get it back. A' family from

kling' lights of Los Angeles, that the property Kitty Chatfield: and I arrangement. There had been no the next village has moved into it

WNU Features. story of Elsa Chatfield should be owned it in joint tenancy, with rightof money she could count on from her already."

written. Elsa, we thought, typified survivorship. It doesn't matter father after he went to Mexico;

something eternaF in the spirit of now how the arrangement came Aunt Kitty had assumed her expenses -

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT American youth-something so fas- about. But, when Kitty Chatfield .. But at her death Elsa had
Relief At LastForYoirCuh
cinating to us older individuals thatit died, it meant about two hundred been disinherited."She .

should be set down as a' part of thousand dollars to me. Isn't thata gave her the income from

the permanent record of the American motive?" the estate for a year from the date

scene. "It's a reasonable one, to be of her .death," Dwight had said,

SEED FOR SALE Margarr' Nichols at this moment sure," said Rogers. "knowing that Elsa ought to save

came out and joined us, sitting on "Oh, I had 0a motive then, too," something out of it, but darn well Creomulsion relieves promptly be

Mississippi Cotton Seed.State delinted Certified, cercsan D. &treated P. L., and#14 the top step with her cigarette exclaimed Margaret."Of confident she wouldn't." cause it goes right to the seat of the i\

ba 2ed. Ask for prices F. O. B. Clarksdale. which she smoked lazily. It was course, dear," said Dwight."What's Sounds of laughter came from the trouble to help loosen and expel
DELTA GROCERY &. COTTON CO. house germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
mounted
mine is as we the steps and
Clarksdale Mississippi. of those nights in Cali- yours. soothe
one rare and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
: fornia when one could sit out of "That's not what I meant, dar- burst in upon the others. I lost, bronchial mucous mem-

doors comfortably, and her bare ling." of course, the soft touch of Elsa's branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa
PLANTS
; arms and throat seemed to smolder "What's your motive, Margaret?" hand upon my arm and the comfortof bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
it
derstanding must like the
in the half which inquired Rogers. her nearness to me, for she flew you way .
CABBAGE PLANTS whitely light quickly allays the cough or you are
:,, shone from the living room win "Jealousy." to embrace one of the girls among to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
Charleston Wakcfield. Early Jersey Wake- dows."I "Jealousy!" echoed Dwight. "Youdon't the crowd of young people making
field,Early Flat Dutch.$1.75 per thousand. in the But not
living
,
, ? merry room.
mean-
Copenhagen Market $2.00 per thousand. don't like the piano and the
';i. Cash with order or c. o. d. Now shipping; "I mean just that." Margaret'svoice however, before she had tossed to for Coughs,Chest Colds Bronchitis
;', orders filled quickly.Write or wire singing. Not now, anyhow, she
firm. "I was jealousof me over her shoulder the urgent
\ DEALER'S PLANT FARM was so
these hor-
said.
sing
"Nobody can
" Ashburn - Georgla.z. command don't
Kitty Chatfield, I could have killed "Barry, go away
rible modern songs, if they reallycan her!" tonight without me." Doughnuts As Invitations ti.

> HOBBIES be called songs. Did I inter- A disturbance from the driveway I have no doubt that Jimmy the Doughnuts serve as wedding invitations -

, rupt you, darlings? Forgive" me and interrupted our conversation. We Cheese, as Elsa called him that in some parts of Mace-
r ". POST CARD COLLECTORS -FREE- go right on talking. relieved that the donia. Families of the bride and
night departed
l* Beautiful Souvenir card of Washington went around to see what it meant, was -
:: ..' D. C. Write CARD SALES CO.. Main P. O.. "We were just talking, dear. .... Aunt Kitty finally had cut loose bridegroom have young boys'distribute -
+ "
: Box 46, Arlington, Virginia. Speculating about woman, said --
her niece. An old ladies' home, doughnuts to the towns-

Dwight, lighting a fresh cigarette."We even though it were filled top and people.

U[: Mythical George SpelvinHas mentioned Elsa Chatfield and bottom with tea-and-toast old ladies,
"
then to rest Aunt Kitty.
came upon was a much easier task for a digni- L

< Played 1500 Parts Dwight blew a cloud of ghostly fied administrator, almost middle

ti smoke into the shadows and said aged, than just Elsa. She had sent

i;': that Elsa's aunt had been in love him her expensive motor car that
No American actor has apt -
' once. Margaret was incredulous. morning, and a letter explaining:
; peared in as stage parts as
many
,. the mythicalGeorge Spelvin, a "You" didn't know Sam Chatfield "You're aware that Aunt Kitty didn't w

\t:- name first used in 1907 on the program -Elsa's father-did you, Hunt?" expect me to have a cent left today.So t I I I

t<",> of "Brewster's Millions" asa asked Margaret, turning to Rogers. I'm not disappointing her. I
r. : I for actor who Huntoon Rogers said that he had can't think of keeping anything my There's good reason why PAZO ointment -
pseudonym
an dear aunt's has paid for." has been used by BO many millions
not. "I was right in thinking that money
.: played two roles, says Collier's. of sufferers from simple 1'iks. First
Both and you came into our: circle after Sam 1 "And I haven't, said Elsa from PAZO ointment soothes Inflamed areas
play playervere so successful red- n her chair beside the piano, that eve- relieves pain and itching. Second '
,:; that producers have employed fled. He was a small, round, PAZO ointment lubricates hardened
: ;. dish man who quite remarkablyhad ning she joined us at Dwight andMargaret's. dried parts-helps prevent cracking! and
the since in
'
name ever I think "Not a penny-or any- soreness. Third. PAZO ointment lends
egotism. Dwight
no ,
their playbills for to reduce swelling and check bleeding.
i,/ men portraying "
t' is a little taller than Sam. Any- thing her money has given me- Fourth it's easy to use. 1'AZO ointment's -
'=: two or more characters. he bounced like rubber ball She stopped in vague alarm. She perforated Pile Pipe makes application
way, a
simple, thorough.: Your doctor
By now, "George Spelvin" has
'..' when he walked, and he was some- had not spoken the truth. The proc- can tell you about PAZO ointment. '9
probably played 1,500 parts and thing in a bank in Pasadena. ess of her thought was visible in her

given 150,000 performances. face. "Except the clothes on my
"Sam Chatfield sat behind a huge
mahogany desk all day and saidno. back." Dismay was in' her eyes.

:,.. "AndShe stood up and tugged
That's an awfully hard sort of
rY 1 1a first at her cuffs, then at the shoul- Portable X-Ray
&: job, don't you think? she said se
der of her dress. "I'll not keep The
a riously. "For just imagine men army's portable X-ray can
,-',' 1 1 coming with ambition and hopes, or these any longer. be assembled in six minutes and
in desperate straits about their "Do them all up in a nice package, will locate foreign matter in 40'sec
Dwight, and send them tomorrow to onds.
finances and needing and
money,
Million rely on Grore's Cold Tablet Mr. 'Chesebro, with love from Elsa.
r for prompt decisive relief.They con- having to say no to them. Any decent "
tain eight attire Ingredients.They're would feel it dread- Be sure to put in the love. She .
person
like a doctor' prescription: that Is,
smiled down Dwight as he
upon
o a multiple medicine. Work on alt fully. And, of course, Sam did, be-
..j time these.usual. cold symptoms at same cause he was a decent sort, you gathered the small bundle, one RHEUMATIC PAIN
headache-body aches tanned 1 ,
fever-nasal stuffiness. Why Just put know. _He simply clutched decencyto tawny, beautifully arm point- Mud net Spoil your Day-fiet utter It Now <
up with this distress? Take Grove's himself with all the passion of ing to where the ring had rolled. Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
a
Cold Tablets exactly as directed.Rest "And, Margaret, dear, please get pain of muscular rheumatismand
avoid fierce love. Of to makeup
exposure. Your druggist has new course, other rheumatic pains. Caution
Grove'Cold TabletCor me one of your old suits for a work- :
fifty
known to millions as famous"Bromo years for it, Sam had to say yes Use only as directed. First bottle
Quinine"Cold Tablets. when he was away from the bank, ing girl. purchase price back if not satisfied.
Save Money-Ctt Larzt Economy Siz and so he never said no to anythingthat Margaret arrived instantly with a 60c and 100. Today, buy C-2223.
negligee and the work-
heavy apricot
concerned Elsa or himself.
Aunt Kitty was beyond his yes and "Lovely old cat," said Margaret.but ing girl suit was searched out within
the seclusion of Margaret's bed-
1\ no, because she was wealthy. before we reached the front of room. DON'T LET

1 1 t "Then one day he fled, and they the house a flivver bleated weaklyas Huntoon Rogers is a large man, CONSTIPATIONSLOW

discovered that he'd said yes and if impatient at our slow coming. probably six feet tall and with a

not no to himself too often. Aunt I. And there ,was Elsa climbing out of .frame in proportion. He has mild YOU UP

Second Lesson Kitty quieted the loss at the bank a most amazing contraption. It blue eyes, such as I have never seen 0 When bowels are sluggish and you

"And has the baby learned to with her own money, because there looked as if it had been stolen froma elsewhere; his ears are prominent, feel irritable headachy, do as millions

talk yet?" was family pride, you know. But junk yard. A jagged rent was as is his nose, the latter not to his do chewing-gum-chew FEEN-A-MINT laxative. Simply, the modem"chew

"Oh, yes! We're teaching him you can imagine what that meantto in the top, a piece of which waved disadvantage. The blond hair is be- FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed
to keep quiet now." Elsa. Her mother was dead. grotesquely in the light stir of air. ginning to thin on top. He lookedup taking only in accordance with package
Either Elsa didn't like Mexico, or The engine had died with a hollow at me after a few moments and directions-sleep without being dis-
Sam thought it best for her to be turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
cough as we rounded the corner of spoke so quietly that nobody else
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
ij SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN up here-she did visit him, though, the house, and the villain had in the room could hear him. FEEN-A-MINT.; Tastes good, is handyand
occasionally. Anyway, Elsa had to climbed from under the wheel and "She hated her Aunt Kitty, didn't economical.A generous family supplyFEENAMINT

mOROll N E flJ move in with Aunt Kitty and go on was twisting the crank and grunt- she? Bitterly." i costs only

WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY. listening to Aunt Kitty talking, talk- ing profanely as if to torture it into "There's no doubt of it."

ing, talking. Poor Elsa! She was another try at life. He went on playing. He displayeda

twelve-then, and managed in a yearor "Pay the gentleman for me," said remarkable skill. If I had not

Shoulder Gun- two to escape to school in the Elsa to Dwight. "It's two dollars stood watching the dexterity of his j.\
a
East. And after that-well, there and I haven't it." When the man left hand, I'd have thought he was
{ Or the Cost of One was the baby. She 'Was seventeenby had gone roaring indecently off playing a two-handed composition.*
"
that time. down the hill, she explained: "He "What did Aunt' Kitty die of?" he D {
BUY WAR BONDS
"But who is there I
who could
pos- I rode
was such an intense man; asked, glancing up again. D
f sibly want to make away with Aunt with him instead of in the shinycar "An overdose of morphine."

: WNU-7 144i .Kitty-if that is what really hap- the other taxi man had. I like, His flying fingers executed a long

i i pened?" I asked, moved somewhatby intense people. It was bumpy, but .

what Huntoon Rogers had said there was moonlight, and I didn't run."Was she an addict?"

before Margaret came out. mind." She shook me' warmly by "Yes." .

o 'M Nobody could think of a reply at the hand, murmured Huntoon Rog- "Self administered?" he inquired,

once, then Dwight's chair stirred ers' name when Margaret introduced I finishing the piece with a restful

and he cleared his throat reluctantly. him; and then, with her arms I chord. r J.\
I
May Warn of Disordered linked in mine and Dwight's most I "The police said yes; the district ti

Kidney Action "Well," he began, "that, of confidingly, we went toward the attorney's office, as you are aware,

Modern life with Its hurry and course, is why there are detectiveslike house. has doubts."
irregular habits, improper eating and Hunt Rogers-". "But where's your car, Elsa?"
drinking-its risk of and infec-
tion-throws heavy exposure strain on the workof "Not detective, Dwight," Rogers asked Dwight. "It's a stone rolled away from the Take good-tasting tonic
the kfclheys. They are apt to become interrupted quickly. "I'll admit that "I sent it this morning to Jimmythe tomb," said Elsa, full of classical
.
over-taxed and fall!! to filter excess acid
and other impurities from the Ufo-giving I've been drawn into'more than my Cheese." She stopped short witha allusions, her quiet voice devoid, many doctors recommendCatch

blood. share of affairs of that kind. I,pre- burst of laughter conceived in a however, of the theatrical. "It's
headache You may dimness suffer,nagging getting up backache nights, fer to be known, however, for whatI sudden little ecstasy of humor. .. Tantalus fed at last and Sisyphus cold easily,? Listless?Tire quickly?

leg pains swelling-feel constantly am-namely, an humble professor "Fancy! I never thought of calling at the top of the hill. The dead Help tone up your system I Take. Scott's

tired kidney nervous or bladder all worn disorder out. Other are some-signsof of English literature." him that before! And I've known hand has let go its terrible grip." Emulsion-contains natural A and D

times urination.burning. scanty or too frequent "Sorry, Hunt. I didn't mean any- him for years too. To Mr. James She drew her head back and Vitamins your diet may be lacking. It's t' r

Try Donna Ptllt. Doa '' help the thing." Chesebro, Dwight, trustee," she said breathed immensely of the moonlit ,great I Buy today.All druggists.

kidneys to pass have off had harmful excess than bait body "No apologies, Dwight;; it's not pompously. Freeing her arms she night. "Barry, oh, you can't imagine
waste. They more a
century of public approval. Are recom- important. What were you goingto drew in the air before her own beau- even with that trick author's Itl r

Ask mended by neighbor grateful 1 users everywhere. say, though?" tiful figure a great stomach and imagination of yours, what it meansto

your Again I thought I detected a reluctance strutted in the grass. be free! Free of Aunt Kitty and

in Dwight Nichols' manner. "He and I are through with each the centuries of 'No' and 'Cannot'! r'I e

"Oh-I've thought at times, since other now. We don't have 'to hate It's freedom, Barry, when I thought
Kitty Chatfield's death, what embarrassment each other any longer. We're both freedom had forsaken me." I w

an unimaginative sleuth glad, of course. Aunt Kitty cuts me (TO BE CONTINUED)





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I ''"1 Two Creatures Found 1 1II -


'1 j : Themselves in Same Boat I II Indoor 'Cold Front' II Gems of Thought


f f ? A man applied for a job as a __nu_
,f I GOOD temper, like a sunny
keeper at the
zoo.
day, sheds 'a brightnessover
The had been filled but
vacancy I Trained to fight and live' everything. It is the
there was an acute shortage of
sweetener of toil and the soother
apes and, equipped with a skin, below the surface of the sea G4ANTLAYDRCE of disquietude.Washington-

It the man was engaged to imper- are the sailors who man our Irving.

sonate one. submarines. 'So carefully do Ah, well! the world is discreet;
This he did with
great success,
they guard military secrets There are plenty to and wait
pause ;
entering thoroughly into his part THIS fighting game in the war
But here was a man who set his feet
I ..: and becoming an adept on the that they have become known now going on isn't handled en- Sometimes in advance of fate.

trapeze. Unfortunately he over- as members of the "Silent tirely by athletes or famous com- -J. G. WHITHER.

did his gymnastics one day and Service.," petitors. Humility leads to the highest '
-
', hurtled through the air, to land These have certainly done their distinction, because it leads to

.'<.' in the lions' enclosure. .share-but they are not the only self,- improvement. Sir Ben-

"Help!" he yelled, as a fero- : <. ones in the big show.A jamin Brodie.

cious-looking lion approached him, j ; few days back I happened to run We lose the right of complaining -
growling ominously. into a pair of old friends-"Blondie" sometimes
by forbearing it
,
"
"Shut up! said the lion. "Do Saunders and "Ros-
but we often treble the force.-
you want to get us both fired." t/ : : ie" O'Donnell, two Sterne.
of West Point's best ,

football players.

Then Your innards When the Japs at-
tacked Pearl Har- Fascinator ToppedBy

are c1Jn! ; tIe Dues bor, "Blondie"" and
? "Rosie, now a gen- Cluster of Roses .:
;X. qty. eral and a colonel; ,
happened to be in

the air above Pearl 'V i

a y Harbor when the 7623
+X F Y r ''k 2 Y:' ssL frMc4 > Jans came___n_" over._ ___ 1

They were UP thereshooting. pq 1J
Grantland Rice
15 '
: I7f
fa Top: The crew is tense, ready r .

;' for action, as the commanding ::1IL Later on they had an even greater fqck '!
record in the South Pacific. They
I officer sights an enemy craft did a few incredible things which of

{' t ::t" -j through the periscope. Bottom: they rrefused to talk about. ; '..

Flawless speed is essential when k Both are stout believers in foot- c 2fit

'i .' WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel IL t;;,;;;;:;:);:::::::">;L':;:i.ti9j:: : the gun crew battles the enemy.. s ball and all other forms of competitive + :
j punk as the dickens, brings'on stomach sport in the way of war train- t1 :/J
1 upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take ing, whether it be land or sea or air- rayC14r
Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly .y.. fortress or tank or bayonet.But .
- pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and f eoro
: help you feel bright,and chipper again. both believe that too little j
DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna 9t! ;sr.' credit has been given to the clerks, .i

;, laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep- the fellows from the farm, the kids L
e
sin to make it so easy to take. from the city streets, the sporting; 4 w- e B Q

MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations unknowns who have been handlingguns ,
L in prescriptions to make the medicine more ( or planes over the South Pa-
r palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure
your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. cific, or over Italy or Germany,
' ., with the ;coolness and courage no
t. INSIST ON CALDWELL'S-thefav
} of millions for 50 years,and feel that whole :,fi 9 star could overmatch.
some relief from constipation.Even finicky Most of these fellows have played
children love it.
games of some sort and have the
CAUTION: Use only as directed. lll right spirit of competition. But you

d b vv .., C4,{} o..dvb never heard of them in sport.

i:. CAlD1ELL'SSENNA b v ; ,, 4' i ll i The Bigger Job n Snpwop irc' 't

p d9 t ?
T SENNA LAXATIVE "Some fellows," General ("Blondie" -

) Saunders ,said, "have the impression -
,CONTAINED SYRUP PEPSIN that only great athletes r t : ;

r have starred in this war. I believein
s / v'! ( :r y football and all
; J 4lfGi body-contact P 9,9 '1
I\ Wood Samples- J Y J '4 1 s sports. But I don't believe these 2 t1 p9R C4 diva Oq.e++
'' !' men have deserved the credit the
The collection wood
.. largest ,
samples in the world is in the clerks and the soda-water jerkersand
school of forestry of Yale univer- the mechanics' and- the, farm tt
} kids Have earned, who have
gone
, It.contains
, ;.. : sity. 40,750 specimens
". r through hell without batting an eye-
of 11,890 species of 2,800 generaof : ,%, lash. '
232 families of trees; also 19,500
microscopic slides. s! h !R "They were not good football players -
or good basketball players or I-JERE'S a fascinator crochetedin

.Y @//ml YAY y1Jx/Mr ....I.IJIA.Nlf'kJ.WJ,( M Sl.y.SY4N+:{ r r'Yl .rWI good baseball players or prize-ring in wool for fall that has a "dif-
GRANDMA AND COLDS' COUGHS fighters. .They were just about 80 ferent look." A cluster of roses
cent of the kids of this country
per pompadour gives a "fin-
She rubbed on medicated mutton suet atop your
r -then covered with warm flannel.To- I 41 ;:: so far as any headlines were con- ished," calot-like effect. A double
day, mother uses Penetro, modem cerned. But when the showdowncame shell stitch edging ripples round
medication in a base containing old along the ground or in the your face. The pattern stitch is
/'. fashioned mutton suet. Double action: air, they were still America, will finished quick as can be.
: :. inside,vapors soothe stuffy nose-out- ing to give their lives away to win."
Bide,warms like comforting plaster.Forcolds' .
"But don't think I asked
you ,
muscle aches, demand Penetro. contains instructionsfor
y Pattern No. 7623
Blondie and Rosie "that football
,
: .
fascinator; stitches; list of materials.Due
and other such manto-man or body-
to an unusually large demand and
What Variety! pressure games are a big help?" current war conditions, slightly more timeis
Recruit-What's for supper tonight : j r< f f "There's no question about that," required in filling orders for a few of

kt ? %' '' 4 y ?q '"Rosie" O'Donnell said. "In an all- the most popular pattern numbers.
Cook-Oh,. we have hundreds of out war you go all out. And that For this pattern send your order to:
things on the menu! includes everybody.. The trained
Recruit-What are they? competitors from sport have the
Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
Cook-Beans. call. They know what it means to 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80,_HI.

be under fire, even college fire. But Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
I've been in spots when kids, who cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
o .
never had this chance, were just as ...............
SNAPPY FACTS good as great sporting star
any ..... .. ... ..
Name . ............
could possibly be. I've seen them

ABOUT look right in the face of death and Address .............................

I even laugh. I've seen them look into
Top left: On board a submarine -
almost certain human destructionand
,r friJARUBBER r. i men can always be found J carry out their jobs to the finish." tf

carefully watching for enemy' '
How Youth FeelsThe
ships and wx.xr'''
n.y; planes. Top right: '
h Other men constantly check the h' grip that football has on the NONE B 'J
Crude or natural rubber has youth of this country is an amazing \
.. been defined as a substance ,'; many intricate meters; Bottom: '
thing. For football is also a grind 'S
found as liquid latex in many Giant Diesels checked.l .
,
are ; and hard work. It isn't all glory.
types of trees and plants and
IOOTABLETS351WORLDS
being characterized by the For example, this last season, due 36TABIETS20
physical qualities of stretch largely to army regulations, Har- LARGESTSELLERATIOt
'' b, bounce and impermeability vard, Boston college, Vanderbilt and

to water.In 1" .. Tennessee had to abandon football.At .

J 1939 crude rubber was the least that was the early plan.It When to Be SilentIf

most important single commodity :fr ; yftlY was the young football players, it requires great tact to know
Imported Into the United States on many of them minus coaches, who how to speak to the purpose, it re-
a dollar basis. Gross Imports then picked up and got going again, at quires no less to know when to be
were 499,616 long tons, valued least with informal games. silent.-La Rochefoucauld. "
at $178,489,142.A ;% "At Ohio State," Paul Brown told

A test plot of land ina me, "we had no navy trainees. We
Pacific Coast experimental had to depend on 4-F's and kids
; : /
project last year produced at under 18. Yet we had 45 men out to Gas on StomachRelieved
'
the rate of SO pounds of rub- play one of the hardest schedulesof In 5 minutes or double money back
ber When excess stomach acid causes painful.suffocating
per acre from Russian the We finished with a
year. ens.sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
.,, dandelion. p944 ? r441 I total squad, of 35 men. The kids eymptomaticreliet-medicines prescribe the fastest-acting medicines 1 like those in known BellanaTnbfeW. J for
knew in most cases there wasn't No laxative.; Bcll-aos brings comfort in a
Jiffy or double your money back on return of bottle
", even an outside chance to win-not to ua, 25e at all druggists.
against such teams as the Seahawks,
4; Purdue and Michigan. But they

were keen to try it out. With Her Around
f fIt.: "I think 1943 has been football's Wife-The new nurse is very sci-

toughest year. We have the chancenow entific. She never lets anyone kiss

I to do some better matching for the baby when she is there.

n. ______.. n____ ,n__ 1944-a chance we never had this Husband-Who would want to?

BGoolnch ( Food served on submarines is. I last season. I think you will see

the I, games much more evenly played,
famed throughout navy.- just as Ohio State and Illinois were
Left: A cook is shown cookinga matched in-one of the most excit- AT FIRST 'D

turkey. Space on submarinesis ing games of the season. There SIGN OF A

i should be civilian 0 VI .,.
at a minimum, yet there is more games.
$ : There will be quite enough service
room for a radio and a combination 666
teams and navy trainee teams to
( (; mess and recreation room. build up first-class schedules all J USE
I
around the map." I: 666 TABLETS.SALVE. NOSE DROPS

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THE CLEWlSTOX NEWS
--CEIGHT h -IIIIIA---.-V-., .1.\..UAPY 1A,

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son's operation. will be rapidly paid, ida, John M. Scott, then animal in-I Florida at 12 o'clock Noon. February I :MARION RAMSEY LEWIS

SUGAR CONTRACTS annually, only, to the grower-mem-J dustrialist with the experiment sta- 8th,,- 1J44.,1 FLORIDA! for lands, described'"HENDRY as follows COUNTY :- Defendant.

ber, based upon the sugar produced. tion and now state milk inspector, THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: '
", Each membership share has one and the late Dr. C. F. Dawson, vet- South.E# -i Section Ifi, Township 46 MARION RAMSEY LEWIS, whose placeof
Range 32 East containing residence Is ,unknown ,
BEING: SIGNED BYILABELLEGROWERS. vote. In addition each member is erinarian with the state board of 320 acres; "

entitled to five votes for each five health former y with the experiment South'V%, of Section 33, Township 45 It appearing from the sworn' bill
Range 32 ,
East
containing, filed in said court wherein said complainant -
tons of raw sugar extracted by the station, took the lead in organizingthe I 320 acre; seeks a divorce from the said
association from such member's I[ Florida campaign. They were South Eli! of Section 17, Township Jfi defendant' that the place of residence
Range 32
I East, containingHendry' of said defendant l Is unknown. It is
cane delivered teethe association, under -. assisted by the late Senator C. F'I 320 acres; now, therefore ordered that the said
the cane purchase ,contract be1tweerf Barber of MacClenny, president of : County. State of Florida. defendant be and is required to appearIn
'(Hendry County News) I I said cause on February 7, 1944, at
contracts to be June 1 and May 31 of the the state live, stock association. After This Notice Is published in com the Clerk's office in the Hendry County
Sugar purchase preceding year. I it was created in 1923 the ,statelive pliance with Sections 270;08 and 270.09., Florida courthouse In the City of
signed by all prospective producers I Florida Statutes 1011.! LaBelle, Florida, otherwise the allegations -
'of sugar cane under the LaBelle There is no such tnvng as a mem- stock sanitary board cooperatedwith the The Trustees and the Board reserve of said bill will be taken as .
ber's liability for association Indeb- federal officials in the cam- right to reject any and all bids. confessed by him; and that this order '
Cooperative Sugar Association, will By order of the Trustees!' of the In be published once each week for four ....
'be ,in the hands of members of the tedness. paign until- it was concluded., I Board ternal of Improvement Education. Fund and State consecutive News. weeks < In The Clewiston' '

purchase contract committee, Mrs. The association, as its directors Better cattle followed tick eradication (-
Done and of
ordered this 3rd .day
Vera McCall, Dennis Small'and R. may annually determine, may almost immediately as" different -I SPESSARD L. HOLLAND Governor. February, 1944.

N. Miller, this week, Wednesday, tain from each member's raw ,areas were released from quarantine ->, AttMt. ,
\re-I F., C. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
ELLIOT
'Secretary
Thursday: and Friday. They should an amount annually as a reserve purebreds were introducedand I CQLTN ENGLISH, Secretary, Trustees, State I Clerk Circuit I Court '
but under circumstances native cattle become healthier Board Hendry County, Florida.H. .
of
be completed and ready for the next to, no Education. A. RIDER. '
step in the organization process by excess' of, 15 per cent. I I and more productive., Eradication of I No. 48-Jan. 14, 21. 28, Feb. 4., I Solicitor for Complainant.

,Friday. This is the sum and substance of,! the tick is now widely credited with I No. 2-Jan. '7,14,21,28.

The recently organized LaBelle the sugar cooperative contract. j)I building up the cattle industry of NO'rICE '

:sugar cooperaitve association is or- Growers are requested, as far ash 1 the south and making both beef )I The annual meetingot the members NOTICE, OF'' LANDOWNERS or ANNUAL MKKTING OF

ganized and chartered as a coopera- possible, to call 'at the county agent's I production and dairying safer enter- of the Clewiston Federal Savings and SUGAItLAAD DRAINAGE DISTRICT

tive under the laws of Florida. Its office where Mrs. CcCall or another prises. Loan office Association of the Association will be on held Wednesday in the- given

designed to be of great value in member of the committee will assist afternoon, January 19, 1944, at I Notice is hereby that pursuantto
farmer in filling the I I five o'clock, for the purpose':of: call of the Board of Supervisors of
assisting 'growers in financing their the properly' out With Our Boys- Sugarland Drainage District the an-
crops, cultivation, purchase of sup- contract I 1.' (a) Election of two directors nual meeting of the landowners of ,
for a term of three ''years. Sugarland Drainage District for the ;
plies and equipment and provide a Clemmie B. Williams of Fort I (Continued from Page 1)) (b) Election of one'dnectoi fora year 1044! wlil be held in the office of
positive market to members for Myers, farm security administrator i will Duringthe term of one year. said District at Clewiston; Hendry
but be much larger.
2. Review of the operations of the County, Florida n' Wednesday January -
'their sugar cane for this section and George c.1I | Christmas rush, parcel post was past year. 26, 1944, at 4:30 o'clock in the

,The Florida agency of the national I Young, of' the Bradenton office of worked ahead of papers, so the Newsis 3. ensuing Formulation of plans. for the afternoon, Eastern- War Time, for the :

organization, The Smaller War i the production > credit association just getting through since No- 4. Transacting year.such other businessas purpose of: ,.. ,If""'4

Loans Corporation, of Jacksonville, I were in LaBelle yesterday at the vember. However, it's grand to may properly come before = I, Electing one Supervisor for' a. <
the '
meeting. term of three
is prepared to handle the matter of1Iro"iding"a I county agent's office _and will be read them. Regards to all who may 2, Receiving annual years.reports, and :1:
mill to be located,.at La- I today to aid applicants in the signing ask." O. A. JONES,. Secretar taking such action with respect
No. 3Tan. 7-14, thereto ,as the landowners determine -
Selle to the cooperative by of contracts.
serve Among the persons who are really : 'and
pulling an okey on the application Attorney R. A., Henderson, Jr., of doing a- swell job in this war, Art, 3. Transacting such other businessas

10 be sent' Washington headquarters Fort Myers, is handling the' organizing are all you folks who are workingon IX 'rlla< CIRCUIT COURT OF JlF.xnuy ingt may come before the meet-

for final approval, providing of the cooperative, setting up of the problem of getting mail to 'COUX'I'Y, ri.oiiiuA. IA' ciiAiscnuv. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
'farmers rof this area will agreeto contracts and all other matters in- '
our boys overseas. We've always WILMAR CLEO LEWIS. SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICTF. -il:
produce enough cane to justifya tended to get the sugar cane
Complainant
realized this but then ,
even your I \ DEANE DUFF, President. .
mill. Also, to meet other re- ing program started as irow-I letter was a revelation to us. We ve. No. 1-Jan..! 7-14.

quirements, among them membership I possible. .
-
had no idea that a processing station --
in the 'cooperative which means could handle several TONS of

ihe' purchase of membership stock. Tick Inspectors- AIR 'MAIL per day. And two MILLION -

Ownership of the mill will be pieces of V-mail in one month

solely by growers of sugarcane I seems like an impossible task.. But Catholic Information
individuals, partnerships,,. firms, (Continued from rage 1)
Impossible
our boys everywhere are doing -
corporations and lessees-who will:' cattle fever tick, after 30 years of
tasks, so it should not sur-
(a) Grow under contract and sell eradication efforts.At I "DOMIXUS VOIJISCUM!" .
prise us that the postal boys'are,
"their cane to the cooperative for the same time all but a small!
I too. Good luck to them all.
grinding and marketing at the as- strip of land along the Rio G'randeI
I. .
It is in Shanghai of
a Sunday morning. The Catholic ,
sociaiton's own mill; andb in eight counties of Texas was also
I church in which I keel
Jack Kinsey arrived for 'another is crowded with a cosmopolitan con-
( ) Contract to do so for a period: I released frpm quarantine, makingthe leave at home this week and will be gregation. A Chinese priest is saying the Mass ,in an under-

of five years; andc United States virtually free, of tone. His voice comes to us even in tne front pews, 'as a mere

( ) Purchase menibeisiilp stock at I this pest which has taken over 37 I here stationed until next Wednesday.'Meade Jackis / ,mumble, 'so tnat we cannot recognize the language he 'is
at ,
Camp George
410 a share, which will help finance t years and_ $50,000,000 to eradicate. using. But suddenly he turns to the people and says in clear ;;;

the cost of placing the mill in oper- The remaining quarantine is simplyto I near Baltimore*, Maryland.* audible ,tones: "Dominus vobiscum! .

\ ation. Most of the required funds protect the United States against I "Dominus vobiscum! How familiar-and home-like those zl
reentry of the tick on infested cat- Home on leave over the week end words of blessing! Sunday'aetes Sonday I have heard them J
to furnished Federal
-- 'are be by
tle from Mexico. I was Richard Patterson, who is sta- in my home-town church-in Catholic ihurihes in Europe,
'agencies. This stock may be paid Asia Africa -.
tioned now at MacDill Field: Tampa, South America and Australia. q
for in cash, or $2.50 down and the Discovery by the bureau of animal No Latin scholar, I; but here in my little doublecolumnprayer
where 'he is member of bomber
'balance at $2.50 each in three, six r' industry a half century ago that a a book I have the Mass prayers in Latin' in one column -1j.
command unit.Millard .
and nine months. tick fever" a disease causing $50- of each page and in the other the exact translation in my J

The amount of stock each, mem- 000,000 annual loss to the cattle industry native tongue. "Dominus 'vobiscum"the! Lord be with JI

; "ber must subscribe for must bet' and preventing the introduc- Caldwell you!"' So with the help of these and the few other Latin r..
1; tion of purebred 'animals into in- words which the priest says aloud, I am able to check my place -
at least share for each
'equal to
": one in the booK
prayer and thus follow through' the entire Mass
acre of cane to be grown in either fested areas, was carried by cattle I (Continued from page 1) with the Chinese priest, just as readily' I can with my good ,
ticks the first proof through
1944 ,or 1945, whichever is greater was there is serious determination that pastor at home. Surely then the Latin of the Mass is of advantage -
a
but not for both rears; and I scientific research that a 'disease 1 to the Catholic who travels, and just as surely of no .- ;
: those elected next time shall be able
: I could attack its victim exclusively -
: ] to him who
: disadvantage stays at home. _
The amount of cane must be sufficient "
and fit to do the right said he. -
job ,
through an intermediate host or Latin
"' to assure the governmentthat j I a language known by all cultured people in the
;:>, grown- carrier. I Caldwell announced three months long centuries of Christianity, was' adopted by the Western s
j .enough cane will be to ago and since that time has been Church as the logical' language for the sacred liturgy. Latin, ,
Begun in 1906 the tick eradica-
;:: keep the mill in operation for I
ap- contacts all state.
making over the now a dead language-unchanging and unchangeable-is indeed -
o proximately 200 days during each tion campaign has involved the systematic -II He is an attorney, farmer and cattleman the, logical language for the Church, which has ever been '

harvest season, so as. to satisfy the dipping in medicated vats, former state legislator and unchanging' and unchangeable in its basic worship and teach-
of all cattle in 985 counties of 15
government that the progr3miIl ings.
I served four terms as congressman
)' ;pay ''out I southern and southwestern states. I from ,the Third 'Florida District, retiring The few Latin words audible at Mass soon become fa-

The cane purchase contract is included The necessary dipping has been conducted voluntarily, January- 1911. miliar and understood by even the child who reads his 'prayer y
'' in the common membership every two'weeks during the f book. The two Latin words from the Mass, used in this' little
He has never been defeated for pub-
stock purchase agreement, under I grazing season of ,at least one year treatise, we believe and hope'are now familiar to you, so
lic office. This Is his first statewide -
which the association agrees to pur- in each area. In some areas final that you will understand 'when we most sincerely'say to you:
'
eradication of the ticks required race. "Dominus vobiscum!
'chase the .
and the
cane to pay grow- !1 several ............... To have and to hold your goodwill, w,e must have your .....
years.
ers fixed amounts based upon stand-
NOTICfl understanding. Won't you give us the opportunity to ex- ;;
'ard provisions, and. the surcose I' In Florida dipping was not started I Tallahassee, Floridn, .Inminrj; :t. 1114-1 plain anything. Catholic of which you are not fully informed?
(sugar) content of the grower's own until the fall of 1913, when vats Write to: -

ane juices. (The better the cane, were constructed' at Gainesville and I NOTICE i Ii''! hereby given that the I
I Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund '
PARISH COUNCIL ,OF CATHOLIC MEN l'
the higher the price.) Dajsville, near Gainesville. C. H. of the State of Florida and the

All net profits, less t of I' Florida offer for sale and will receive -
necessary reserve from each sea- I, husbandry in the University of Flor- competitive bids in Tallahassee,,

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