The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00982
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00982
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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LAU TA GEORGE: IMPROVING ] Cheese-Making Will Be I

Mrs. Launita Roberts George, .I Demonstrated At UnitMiss

I WAVE, is reported improving at the PLAY IN CITY
: CHARTER NIGHT ON Jacksonville Naval Hospital where Ann A. Hendry, associatedF. COURSE RECORD

she.underwent amputation of a leg S. A. supervisor, of Fort Myers,

TWELFTH BIRTHDAY following severe injuries received GOLF TOURNEY will demonstrate the, malting of t WITH 67 CARD
'7,,'_ when struck by a motor vehicle near American cheese at one o'clock wed-I

rt' the WAVE barracks. I nesday, February 23rd. The public. -
of Mrs. George, wife of Gratton Qualifying in the city championship is cordially invited and urged to at Gene Sarazen, world-famous golfer -
: Charter Night, with a program [
. "i" reminiscences prepared by J. E. 1 George, of Clewiston is considered tournament was completed over tend. The demonstration will take and winner of many titles and
y" r t charter member and I by1 her doctors to have improved to. the week end with' four flights of place at the Hookers Point Can-I tournaments, set a new course rec-
Beardsley a \
lieutenant. was such ,'an extent that she has been eight players each entered in the ning Unit which is located near the ,.ord on the Clewiston golf course
former governor,
': Kiwanians Wednesday I taken off the list of "critical" patients tournament. Under the rules' for home of Mrs.: L. L. Lowe. I Monday afternoon when he turnedin
observed by
play, ,the first match must be played a very neat, 6'7. playing a three-
evening on the twelfth Clewiston anniversary Kiwanis I or defaulted, by Sunday night, I some with his host, Jay W. Moran
; of the founding of 13th the' second match by .
February ; and E. Leonard, pro at the course.
:: '. Club. 'T BOND SALES Sunday night, February 20th, and WAVE RECRUITERS Mr. Sarazen, who is spending

Actually the anniversary was one the third by Sunday night, Febru- several days fn Clewiston as Mr. Mo-

,_ :- day later, but the regular, meeting ary 27th. PLAN LOCAL STAYWith ran's guest, played to a dellghte'd'gallery'
night nearest the date; is always ob- FALLING SHORT The following are the entries' : of approximately one hun-

,/, served. C. J. Lovvorn, one of the j Flight One: dred spectators Sunday afternoon.
r charter members, read the list of McCracken vs. Ruet. Completing
1 WAVES I the foursome
I more Navy urgently ;! on that
those who were charter members of I Marshall vs. Garcia. I afternoon
were RAF
Chairman C. V. Parkinson this needed for hundreds of interest- I Cadet W. W.
the club, and Arch Simmons read Parkinson vs. Owen, W. C. +,Galloway civilian
week expressed his disappointment ing Navy jobs, Lt. (jg) Ruth Meyer I flying instructorJ.
the first ))It of correspondence re- I Tierney vs. Durrance., ( McCracken of Riddle
at the slow sale of "E" bonds in the head of WAVE recruiting ; Field and
Kiwanis International
ceived from Flight Two: Mr.! Leonard.
in the area, and recruiting specialist -
Sales have picked
by club after its formation. present Morah. ,
: the Davis vs. I Although Mr. Sarazen
1 up this week but are ,far from I WAVE Dolores A. Booher, are was on vacation -
i C. E. Miner read the letter from satisfactory, according to Mr. Park Taylor vs. Thielen. planning a series of trips throughout I and expected to spend his
4, Kiwanis International to E. E. inson. I O'Neill vs. McConkey. southern Florida during the I time free from the professional as-

Kelly, first president of the club I Hill vs. Owens, C. B. month of February. pects of golf he readily consented to
with the The chairman said it was very Flight Three: I in
followed playing the
and W. C. "We have found that foursome for a gallery
district state officers at hard to get an accurate estimate of Schroeder vs. Fisher. many young who
list, of and were thrilled with the oppor-
who would be wonderful
I women
the time the Clewiston club was I the number of bonds actually sold Thomas vs. Kelly. tunity of seeing him play."
WAVES find it difficult to get to a
in that will be credited -
committee the O'Hara vs Gilles. '. Mr. Sarazen's
activated. The first re performance Sun-
1Y recruiting station for first hand information -
port that of the classification committee I to Hendry county. Many bonds Gross vs. Mancuso. for day afternoon surpassed the expectations -
the requirements
':'.. was read by Elber Stewart which are Field bought by employees in Mi-at I Flight Four: I WAVE enlistment on and on the opportunities of the crowd who were thrilled -
member of the committee Riddle are purchased Blount vs. Schneider. by the
who was a I accuracy and precision of
I in
to them the
I open service -
ami credit is to j
: and although given Boling vs. Taynor. his shots.
r making the report. He played the course in
Lt. (jg) Knutzen said.
Hendry county's quota there is noI
\ McLendon vs. Burdick. 71, one under It
I Tracing the progress of the club par. was Monday,
i I report made at the ,time. On the Walsh vs. Dozier. "During our trips, we plan to ; however after:
through the years, W. N. Martin, i I j he had played the
other hand some bonds sold at the make personal calls on young women -
I i
read a financial course a few rounds that he turnedIn
i"< present secretary, I local bank will be credited to other who are interested _in talking the C 67 and''set -
statement several I a course record
prepared years
f counties, since the purchaser's addresses over the possibility of their joining
r Chosing 1938 as the half-way SCHOOL BOARD that wll probably stand as long as
ago. j are in other counties.Mr. the WAVES. There is no obligation
,: mark in the twelve years of club II entailed in' asking for such an In- I' the course is in existence.
Parkinson said it had been Mr. Sarazen will leave Clewiston
several items given
progress, were
a from the records of that year. R. | hard to find sufficient workers, to STUDIES CROWDED I terview."If II i I Sunday, and fly to New York to
"M. Bishop gave the list of officers i I put on an aggressive house-to-house I a young woman would like: to'''comply with a request of the Treasury .".

F and directors, and R. C. Wilson, the! campaign 'such' as the bond drive i have us call on her when we are inj I i Department, which is sponsoring

a,? secretary's activity and attendance merited, but that the women's : LOCAL CONDITIONS I the vicinity of her home, she should (|!!j a. War Bond Sports Rally at the
'. with send postal card, addressed to me !
.;- report. G. H. Brown read the let- group were doing a grand job .. !i I Waldorf-Astoria. Leading meu
,,, ter received from the Ocala club their part of the sales. !'at the Navv Recruiting: Station. West I i, from every: field of' sport will ,par-

;2':: extending' the invitation to the state The bond drive closes ,on FebruI The crowded condition of the !, Palm Beach, Fla., giving me her ticipate and Mr. Sarazen will be
t convention held there in '38. I ary 15th, but the chairman urged Clewiston school was brought to the address and, suggesting the best i i golf's'representative.

7 The items on the program were I any who could not buy bonds then tojmakq attention .of the Hendry county :time for such an interview. |I Sarazen expressed his regret at

r.: chosen to give a glimpse into the J ; an effort to do it the follow- I school board at its Friday night "Those who do not wish an inter :: leaving Clewiston. "I love Clewis-

I I ':' activities ,of the club at the time 'oftis ing week in hopes that the sales :session by E. M. Cprnette, .Clewiston I view; but would like more information -I ton," he said.HI truly think it has

1 r.; ; ,> founding and six and' twelve o i.d'be processed in time to ,be iuclud"ed I school board member, C. EJ:,....John- :. about the y AYES"can write tonie' (i i..t they_greatesX: future of,, any town I
later. in the quota assigned"Hencounty ; :. '- son, local trustee,:tmiTM.: R.'Stroud, at the same ii'd ress'/of,'a-:, 'copyj j have' seen in thisnCtiinlry..

I ...., years. Ilj dry principal. :-' of the WAVES booklet. This book I I "Some day CJewiston will be to

lj it 'E. L. Stewart spoke loan to drive the club and l "Unless there is a big pick-up in : The local school men were much I let, entitled "The Story of ,You in !:' this country what Cairo is to Egypt,
on present war
i members to redouble: their bond sales, Hendry county will fall i concerned ,with the situation, particularly I Navy Blue," gives ,a comprehensive i i I -it will be a real city at the head
efforts to help put the drive over 1 far short of reaching the assigned : the fourth, and seventh picture of the" work and life of the\I f i 1 of a waterway system, as Cairo is at
quota of 'E' bonds," said Mr. Park I grades. All realized that little can Navy WAVE. the headwaters of the Nile.
the top, with special reference to
: be done in the way of a permanent Lt. (jg) Knutzen outlined briefly;
I r- the fact that the sale of "E" bonds I iuson.i I ;I i "In fact, the statement that any-
,.. solution until war-time restrictionson !' the basic requirements for entrancein 1
: !:- is lagging. : I i thing will grow in this country is
building are removed,. but the I the WAVES. The for I II
I age range
; only slightly exaggerated. I have
: Guests oT the club were E. E. i Basketball Teams Win I I I II I
trustees and local member are still enlisted women is 20 to 36, and 20 found only thing that does not
Kelly, W. C. Hooker, C. J. Lovvorn; II'! Games With LaBelle working on the problem, however, Ito i I 50 for officer candidates. The grow any better one here than other

, r and A. O. Ward. I and have the board's assurance of i applicant must have had two yearsof places-and that is hair. I still seea

t The Inn not being available for I m co-operation if they can work out I high school or business school to I partially bald man occasionally..

f':.,. the meeting next week, the Club j Monday, February 14th, the boys i any feasible, solution. 1 I apply for enlisted rank, and at least j jI "Clewiston has a fine little golf
members received an invitation from j and girls basketball: teams will meet I David C. Hancock is at present two years of college plus business course here, and I have enjoyed

Mr. and Mrs M. M. Prewitt to hold j rthe! boys and girls teams of Belle teaching some of the classes in the I I I I experience for "training. She I playing on it. I hope that after the

( the Wednesday evening meeting at j Glade in games on the local court. high school, the vacancy arising must be in sound health and able to war one of the first things done here
their home. Mrs. Prewitt is pianist The girls game will start at 7:15 I I when Mrs. Helen Weetman resigned :''pass the Navy physical examination will be the extension of this into

V for the Club and the meeting will I and the boys' at 8 o'clock. ,i as teacher-librarian, as she ,found A married woman may join the an 18 hole championship course."

be featured by Kiwanis songs. Monday night, the Tigers had their this work too much in addition to I' WAVES if she has no children under

first victory of the 'season in a 32 I keeping ''up her home. Mrs. Weet- 18 years of age and if her husbandis I Dwight Rogers Calls On
r Korean Missions Topic I to 10 win over LaBelle. Marty: man is continuing as librarian, be- not' a Naval officer.

I 1 Waldron was the high scorer for the. ginning at 12:45 and working Friends in New District
r r'. Of Talk to Ladies Aid ; Tigers with 12 points to his credit. through the afternoon school hours TAX ASSESSOR ,COMING I II I
I The Clewiston girls defeated the while Mr. Hancock, in addition to --

;, Miss Pearl Lund, returned med I LaBelle girls 31 to 18 in the same his duties as minister of the Com- Dennis Small Hendry county tax I Dwight L. Rogers, wellknownFort
Lauderdale is
legislator who
>, ical missionary from Korea, gave an evening. Kathleen Lewis, star munity Church, is substituting in assessor, will be at the City Hall in candidate for ,from the a i<
,\ interesting talk on Korea and fore- Tigerette forward, scored 24 pointsfor the class-room during the morning Clewiston :Monday, February 14th congress
newly created 6th district was a
r ign missions to members of the her' team. hours. from 10 a. m. on through the day.
visitor Glades
in county Wednesday.
Ladies Aid. The meeting was held '
t --
- - ------- --------- - - > ----------- >- >- - > > Mr.
I Rogers has served several termsin
Thursday afternoon at the home of
the Florida Brow-
legislature as
,. Mrs. W. C. Owen. I! John Bethea Tells Story of Combat Wounds lard county's representative and was
Miss Lund's talk was of particular speaker pro, tern of the House in
.: interest to members of this society

.. because much of the money which And Capture In Italy On January SeventhJohn 1933.Mr. Rogers Is making a cam-

has been sent from the group for paign for congress on his record as

foreign missions has gone to Korea. !' I a legislator. While in the legislature -

m Miss Lund's report on the progress I H. Bethea, 19, son of Mr. John wrote. "From a brief rest and started up the 'hill. I glancedat i he was author of Florida's

,I of Christianity in that country was I and Mrs. E. B.: Bethea,'" Sr., of South area we moved toward the front. my watch' -24:30: hours. We I Homestead exemption ,amendment;

very gratifying, as she stated that! Clewiston, is recovering (or has recovered -, The weather was bad, it had been moved slowly up the slope, slight and has sponsored and fought for

the people had accepted Christianity ) in a hospital in Italy froma raining. Now it had settled down skirmishing right and left, reachingthe

,1.' in great numbers and the church chest wound received in combat in to a stiff wind that was 'very: ,,' cold top at 1:40 hours."I !compen-sation ; :
had become well established there. I the Italian invasion., As' far as is and biting. thought the enemy was further free school textbooks; and other

Plans for the spaghetti supper known, John is the first Clewistonboy "It was night and in the moonlightyou down the slope than they were. I helpful school laws; and equal

were completed. The hostesses,1 wounded in combat, and the could see ahead and behind a ; When' we took up, positions just over rights for women with men on po-
Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, Mrs. V. A.'I first to qualify for the Purple Heart dark line of men in single file strug- the top of the skyline we became involved [litical party committees and other
<"'" ;; Reames and Mrs. Owen, served II tip ofl to legislation favoring equal rights of
... I medal, the war department's deco- gling slowly the slopes in a' 'shootin' match' so
.-.-' ", "':1'1 sandwiches- tea and coffee. ration to men who receive woundsin steep, barren, rocky mountain. speak. It ended quickly for me, women. '

"I Attending were Mrs. D. C. Hancock -I combat. "We were loaded heavy, and all though because I didn't have any i
,1 Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. F. E. Conk- John's story, as he wrote it in a of a sudden a sharp gust of wind cover. I grabbed my shovel and was I I I, Finley Moore, Candidate
ling, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. J. W. I letter to his buddy and brother-In- from the snow-capped mountainssent I I in the act of removing my pack (I

I ". Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Charles I law, John II. Pullen, is as fantastic my squad sprawling, groping was going to 'dig in'.) This was an For Senate, Is, VisitorI
> / Bolton, Mrs. N. V. S. Muinford. Mrs. ; as a movie script. John was wounded for holds on rocks, to keep from act I didn't complete. .An enemy I i
i'.T.. E. Beardsley, Mrs. G. II. Brown, i in the chest In the Italian invas- rolling down the steep slope. Not rifle, cracked terribly close range, I;I I Finley Moore, candidate for the
Mrs. W., L. Lott, Mrs. C. W. Fuller, \ ion when his squadron was caught I one of us made any utterance what- and the bullet tjpre through my bodyat I[ United States Senate, visited Clew-

I Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. J. P. Bartz, I without cover during' a skirmish ever as 'we struggled to our feet the same time (200 .hours, Jan. ;jiston Friday on a campaign' tour

Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. E. W. on a mountain-top. While being again. We were on top of a moun- ,7, 44). Boy, did I let out a yell,- :[ of the state. Mr. Moore whose

Durst, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Keene and j taken to the rear to a field hospital tain, and it was snowing. It was not of pain, more of surprise and home is In Lake City says that he
t Miss Lund. set-up for treatment, he and the two the coldest weather I'd ever been in shock. has entered the race for the Senate
-- soldiers who were carrying him and I wondered if I could stand it. "Without detail, the wound was because of an 'unselfish desire to
:t f-' DEPUTY COLECTOH COMING were captured by the Germans. While I had to. The next few miles of dressed and I was sent to the rear, represent the citizens of this state

) :; -;--- they were still in custody of the. terrain were very rugged, too, but I with another wounded' pal, a prisoner honorably, and without fear or fav-

\ Residents are reminded that John Germans and en route to German : won't try to describe it. and a guard, also two good men or of any special grQups, factions

'I ,? H. Maloy, Jr., of West Palm Beach, headquarters, the German captors '"Anyway, sometime later we were to support my weight. I had to ,potentates or bureaucrats."
.; deputy: collector of internal revenue, decided to surrender to the Americans waiting to make the attack. Our move slow and rest every 25-50 Mr. Moore Is in the real estate,

" r 'c will be in Clewiston Monday, Feb- instead of turning the Amer- objective was pointed out to us and :yards. abstract and title business in' Lake
, Our first making the base of the He Is 47 ,years of age and was
". ruary 14th, to assist taxpayers in icans in to the German headquart- instructions were given. : "Finally City.
;' making out their income tax reports ers. scouts alone surprised and captured [hill, we were suddenly opened upon born in North Carolina, coming to
i:' "It happened on January 7th," the enemy outpost. We moved on I (Continued on, Page 5) Florida 22 years ago.,


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%L4;; i'\\ 7 !{ SOMBRERO 1 ) A ,library we are surrounded '

by hundreds of dear
rJ&jjjj; / : i. .. friends imprisoned by an en-
Idea p lnJ *CLIFFORD KNIGHT fv 6EO.VICE": chanter boxes.Emerson.For in paper. and leathern

Woman driver-Can you fix this fender Elsa ChatHeld Hollywood artist, Is "I'm sorry," replied Rogers. "I'm and satisfactory explanations, Jim- Freedom's battle once begun,
so that my husband will never knowI cut off from the will of her Aunt Kitty very sorry." my," returned ''Elsa. Chesebro Requeath'd by bleeding 'sire to son,
bent it? i Chatfield, who died from an overdose of looked closely at her to see what lay Though baffled oft, is ever won.
Garage mechanic-No, but I can fix it I morphine. Barry, an amateur detective, We fished that next day. All day behind the remark, and then strode -BYRON
so that you can ask him how he bent it. and Huntoon Rogers, a professionalsleuth long in the launch we plied the down the deck to greet Dwight and The worst sorrows in life are
Mazatlan, Mexico, on
down to
-- go until well not in its losses' and misfortunes -
a yacht cruise with Margaret and Dwight blue waters off Mazatlan Margaret who were emerging from
When this fracas is all over we'll Nichols. Rogers Is not quite satisfied into the afternoon. Margaret, who i the companionway."Your but its fears.-A. C. Ben-

have to settle down and begin set that Aunt Kitty died by her own hand. had started with us, remained in the I Mexico always delights me, son.A
tling up. When they arrive at Mazatlan they find launch only a couple of hours. Elsa senora," I said to Berta, as the man should never be
that Elsa, James-Chesebro, a mine own had promised to come out, bringing crowd at the ladder began to break ashamed to own he has been in
Be Careful er, and George Rumble, Elsa's agent, Berta with her. So we picked them : up. George Rumble moved away the wrong, which is but saying,
"Doctor wife tells me that I have preceded them by plane. They dine up at the wharf and put the threeof I with Elsa. Huntoon Rogers had in other words, that he is wiser '_
my Elsa's.fa.there *
at the ranch of Sam Chatfield,
talk in my sleep. What should I Rogers asks Chatfield if he was them on board the Orizaba and : come up from below and was talking today than he was yesterday.Swift. .-
continued from the launch. I with Sam .
fishing Chatfield.
do?" In California at the time his sister, Kitty
"Nothing that you shouldn't." died. The question upsets Sam Chat-. However, there was no sign of Berta's dark eyes lighted up with
field considerably. '. swordfish that day, but a run of pleasure; her white teeth flashed mea

albacore in the afternoon provided 'smile' and she leaned a bare-brown c It.. .._sfedld..
ample excitement; and in the eve- I arm upon the rail. All Rl&Ma u-n.&.

Happy Relief When CHAPTER V ning we nursed our sunburn and "That's because you know Mexico "", -
talked of the fishing yet to be done. and understand it, Senor Madison."

You're Elsa the rail At that moment down, the deck F4 9
{: SluggishUpset "So, you see, when Kitty was seemed downcast at
found dead early next morning I that evening as she and I watchedthe where Elsa and George Rumble

was frightened-for Berta. What if brief, fiery sunset which preceded were bent heads together over a section GIVEr '
the police asked questions? What if the dusk. Dwight and Margaretwere of the Sunday paper he had
they heard through the servants that below; Rogers was in his state- brought on board, there came Elsa's YOUR r

we had stayed the night there? That room doctoring a blistered nose, and voice so charged with emotion thatit 0
Berta had been very angry with Berta had been set ashore. Our penetrated my heart like a knife. CHILD

Kitty? Could I have my beloved Ber- fishing plans had been changed aft "Oh-George!I" she exclaimed. this cold-relief used when

ta the target of police questioning er dinner. Margaret had decided to "What's wrong with that, baby?" ,
',.. ? You see?" invite Berta and Sam, and any of returned Rumble matteroffactly.He .
said "In the others who could come'aboard, hurriedly folded the QUINTUPLETS
?' "Very clearly, Rogers. up paper,
'., IJII order to set your mind at rest, Mr., for a day's cruise up the coast. however. Elsa drew away from him.
still troubledI've Margaret in the evening had She shrank if she had struck
Chatfield:. you. are.. ::- early as been
oll',' read the police files dealing with sent over into town for the two youthful a mortal blow, walked dazedly to CATCH COLDIt'promptly
WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel is mariachis and Pancho the
your sister's death. There no Felipe companionway and went below.
>; the dickens stomach
r punk as brings on
(,;, -upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take mention of your presence in the to come out and play for us, which Rumble watched her go, his face a \
if' Dr.Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly house that night. Or even in townat they obligingly did for a couple of puzzle, then as if dismissing the relieves coughing
.: pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and the hotel. How did yoU' manageit ......".....,,-_.-;.....,. ... matter, tucked the paper under his and makes breathing easier
".\.,,' help you feel bright and chipper again. Whenever the Dionne Quintuplets catch
> ? arm and walked nonchalantly aft, cold-their chests,throats and backs
laxative DR. CALDWELL'S contained is in the good wonderful old Syrup senna Pep "Elsa managed it. She was there, ); ) leaving us all staring after him, immediately rubbed with Musterole.
how ypqIMijAiTJII staring, too, at the companionway Musterole gives such wonderful results
sin to make it so easy to take. of course. I never asked her because it's MORE than just an ordi-
1 MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparationsin she did it. I'm relieved to know down which Elsa had disappeared. nary"salve."It's what so many Doctors
prescriptions to make the medicine more that Berta and I have no'official con- Huntoon Rogers had drifted over and Nurses call a modern counUr-imtant.
palatable and agreeable to take.So be sure It actually helps break up local congestion
that to side
nection with What happened my while this was happening.His .
your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. in upper bronchial tract, makes
night., We happy to get safely nose and cheekbones still
INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favoriteof were / were breathing easier,promptly relieves cough
millions for 50 years,and feel that whole home to Mazatlan, and we have not I red from the sunburn of the day be- ing,sore throat and aching chest muscles
some relief from constipation.Even finicky ventured back California, exceptfor l1r fore, but his mild blue eyes were in- due to colds. Get Musterole today!
: Children's Mild
children love it. r Ny
our brief visit some weeks ago. tent upon the retreating figure of Regular and Extra Strong.

CAUTION Use only as directed.11&LDWJIIISLAXATIVE "Were you aware that Katherine Rumble. \

Chatfield was a morphine addict?" "What happened, Barry?" he in-

DR. he inquired of our host. quired."I .

"Not until after she died. More- don't know Hunt. I can't imag-

SENNA over, I don't think that Elsa knewit ine. Something serious, though, to
either, living as she was in the / / S judge from Elsa's reaction." Indian Monument TurnsA

v.. CONTAINED IN SYRUP PEPSIN same house with her, until after Kit- / "Let's" ,go take a look atRumble'spaper. 36-foot statue of an American

ty's death." Indian in ''the court, house at St.

"Am I being too personal Mr. George Rumble continued retreat- Paul, Minn., is rigged with motors
Bombers Have Street Addresses
ing ,along'the deck as we walked in ,
Chatfield? and clock work so that it revolves -
i.. The maps of Berlin used by the his
direction a curious figure in
"Not at 'all, Mr. Rogers. I, am ,once a day. _
Royal Canadian- force when 'brown'" slacks, ,incredible sports coat R ,:,.
'f: bombing that city show the strategic only too" glad to tell you. 'what I l and the black sombrero. As he continued '

f':: buildings by their street ad- know. along 'the deck, he had the VEGETABLE
:,':' dresses, which the R.. C. A. F. obtained "Yes." appearance of one endeavoring to

.. from a Berlin classifiedtelephone "Did you detect any unusual odorin i walk away from disaster. Just as Laxative

:: directory, borrowed the room?" we were about to catch up with him, -

I::', from the New York Public library.IRRITATIONS "No. The room was closed-had the fat figure of Chesebro, poppingout For Headache,

: ; I been closed all night, I suppose. But of the doorway to the ship's Clif Soar Stomach

'} SUIN OF I'm a poor person to be asked that lounge, waylaid him. Spells and Dizzy when

EXTERNAL CAUSE question; my sense of smell is not Rumble paused, his sombrero tilt- caused by Con-
:' Acne pimples, eczema factory dermatitis acute." ing back as he looked up at the stipation. Use

;"' ,simple ringworm, tetter, salt rheum, "No odor of chloroform, Mr. Chat- taller man. A curious expressionwas iL p only as directed.
?" bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
Chesebro's dark 15 doses for
field? on face, an
f out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn-
ing and soreness of these miseries with "No, I, don't recall it." expression mingled of suspicions, resentment only 10 cents.
t simple home treatment. Goes to work at and malevolence. Without
once. Aids healing, works the antiseptio He poured from the bottle and
speaking, he held his hand out imperiously -
way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas reached for the siphon, his arm t
directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years' in its reach. "But for the newspaper. Rumble -
success. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin halting midway "Of all the dirty, cowardly gave it to him and withdrew a ,
cleansing is good soap.!; Enjoy famous why this talk of murder? he asked. leeches-" step or two and stood watchingChesebro's
Black and White Skin Soap daily. "Why not let it rest as it undoubt- : A
fat hands unfold the rotogravure Begin Now 1
edly was-as a suicide? hours or so on the after deck. But \
section. The main bulk of
Wifey-I: wonder if I'll ever live
Bald African Women "The district attorney has never- Elsa was restless; this was not Reed the paper was tucked under his arm, to be a hundred?

It's ,the style among women of been satisfied with the investigation, Barton's playing and singing in the whence it fell promptly to the deck, Hubby-Not if you remain 40 -,
certain tribes in Africa to pull all that was made at the time, Mr. :I patio by moonlight which had stirred the edges of its many sheets to be much longer, dear.SNAPPY 1
of their hair from their heads and Chatfield," I remarked. "He's a something in her heart; it was mere- stirred gently by the morning

wear huge festoons of wire as ear- close friend of mine; he's never ly Mexican music without meaning.She breeze. Chesebro turned to an in-
rings. been willing to call it suicide." got up and went below before side page of the section, scanningits ,
the boys had finished, leaning over
to' contents rapidly while Rumble
"But have you anything go FACTS
to whisper in ear before she left ,
AT FIRST on which indicated that it wasn't?" my with gaze set ,like that of a small
L me:, boy summoned to for his ABOUT, '
31Gl1 answer
"I haven't, I admitted. "Did you ever, feel like a barometer 'misdeeds, watched Chesebro. I

IOFAO'- Sam Chatfield's gray eyes in his Barry? A change is coming." Chesebro of a sudden started; his RUBBERA :;

deeply tanned face turned to Rog- I slept on her remark and could whole fat figure tensed. A moment

666 ers inquiringly. make nothing of it, and after break- later he recovered, angrily folded
USE "There is an investigator on the fast as we stood again at the rail the section tore it once through the j

666;TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS Pasadena police force with an extraordinary looking off over the sparkling waterof middle and threw it overboard. .I
sense of smell. He says the bay which was emerging froma followed its downward
flutterings, Wisconsin truck driver ,
there was an odor of chloroform in light fog, I asked: saw it hit the water, and then my received a tribute from recently j

r the room that morning." "Were you being prophetic last eyes traveled farther to a rowboat the Office of the Rubber Director ;

"Well?" Sam Chatfield sat for- night, Elsa? About a change com- manned by a native in white cotton because ho risked his life 1-'

1<' ward in ,his chair. ing?" pants and straw sombrero. In the to save the tires on the trailer -

t. "Why chloroform if it was suicide? "Barry, you're too profound for boat looking eagerly at-us was,Reed of a tractor-trailer unit he
roo" If your sister was a morphine ad- me this morning. Oh, look! The Barton. was driving. The trailer

r.. dict, and had a source of supply,'as launch is coming from shore." Chesebro's arm flashed out, and caught fire, but the driver 4

she must have had, why chloroform Nosing through drifting wisps of Rumble ducked at the same time. Jacked it up and removed the

Keep the Battle Rolling when she knew that an overdose of fog was the sharp prow of the The tall crown of the sombrero was tires while it was ablaze.The .

morphine was all she required." launch. Elsa brightened amazingly, caught by the flailing fist and the far-reaching Influence of the
With War Bcnds and ScrapYOU "And that fact-I'm not disput- her face was keenly alert as she hat flew off, rolling along the deck rubber situation will be appreci-

ing the evidence of the man's nose- endeavored to identify its passen- until it came to rest at the rail. ated when It Is known that closeto

has swayed you to the opinion that gers. Interest after a moment sud- Huntoon Rogers' tall figure 40% of the motor vehicles ever ,
my sister was murdered?" denly went out of her and she turned jammed between the two belliger- made in this country were still In = '

"Yes." away. I saw Sam Chatfield in the ents; with a broad hand on the chestof service in December, 1941. More
.Y have launch, and Berta; and side by side each he shoved them vigorously than half of them ,were owned ,
"Do more questions
you any the fat figure of Chesebro and Rum 'apart. by families with incomes of less ;+
? inquired Sam
Mr. Rogers Chat-
field. ble, the latter dressed in his incredible The danger of fisticuffs past, I than $30 a week. ,"'J
coat and huge black som- gave my attention to the
approaching -
"There's one more thing, Rogers brero, as congenial as a pair of disgruntled rowboat which
CAN LAUGH, TALK began-slowly. "I hesitate to bring it clams. was now quite frt7RFGthih

AND EAT, FREE OF PLATE.,, up, for it must sensibilities.touch very And closely it Elsa kissed her father and hugged close.gravure The section torn floated halves on of the the water roto- ,J>'1j
EMBARRASSMENT is upon vital.your" Berta's small round person to her- w.ithin reach of the passenger, who, .:,
It's self ecstatically, and stretched a having observed that ,'1
so easy to enjoy; all-day confidence something unusual -
when plates held "Yes? Sam Chatfield's voice was hand out to Chesebro in astir
your are firmly and safely greeting."Didn't was relating to them,
in place by this "com ort-cushion"-a clipped, unfriendly almost.
dentist's formula. you bring Reed Barton reached over the, side and gatheredthe J
I. Dr. Wernet's Pow2..Recommended "There was a child some five with you, Jimmy?" she asked witha pieces in, and brought them up
der lets you enjoy dentists for 30 years.by years or so ago. And, of course, gos- tone of petulance. Chesebro the ladder with him.

solidfoodsavoidem-barrassment loose Economical lasts ; emailtraount sip. Ugly gossip. The truth never glanced sharply at her. Rogers and I were there to greet

plates.Helps prevent 4.Pure and harmless longer. came out, even among" close friendsof ."But we can't go cruising without him, and Dwight, too, whose curios- ,
Bore gums. -pleasant tasting. your family- un."Don't." ity at what had happened still' was )

c1nJggjs1s-30! #. Money back Knot delighted Sam Chatfield's eyes suddenlywere forget, Elsa," Chesebro unsatisfied. The others had disap- '

blazing with anger. chided her almost as if she were a peared."I D ) w

"I've nothing to say, Mr. Rogers, child, "that Reed Barton is em- don't know what it's all about,
about that child. It's dead. The ployed; he's got a job to do. Work Barry," Reed said, giving the wet
whole incident is"dead, so far,as we comes before social diversions." pieces to me.
Chatfields are concerned., "You always have such complete (TO BE CONTINUED)

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! J To Do the Job Right I Feathered Gobs y ,

:: ,,, Walking up the street one day a
federal officer was attracted by

frightful screams coming from a k 1t1 fg\iA% f.tW14 Mt&M t:Kk: 1M4I<lti*Jf. &1 W&qJ%*f1.JJ& %W f.I -------. -

house.. He ran up the steps to investigate Place a flat dish under the ash- Did you burn something in a

and found that a little tray and if a cigarette should fall favorite pan? Here's an easy rem-
boy who lived there had swal- off the tray it merely drops to the edy which does wonders. Simply

lowed a quarter, and his mother, dish instead of on the tablecloth. boil apple peelings in it-then
not knowing what to do, was fran- .
... vr wash thoroughly in hot soapsuds. .
tic. The man, quickly sizing .4tr
up .
'ar.e A clean burlap sack folded twiceto *
the situation, caught the little fel- Cr{?4,
low by the heels, and, holding him >C-:: blanket-stitched make four thicknesses and And now it develops that those

up, gave him a few shakes, where- y.:: around the edges good housekeepers who always
upon the coin dropped to the floor. with yarn or cord, makes a wash- keep their pots and pans slick and

"Well, mister," exclaimed the 4: !.Y:4'kS{oh. able, durable door mat. shining haven't so much to be

grateful mother, "you sure know ? a r'Jw"aari smug about after all. A blackedpan

how to get it out. Are you a doctor?" ?" ;u:;'. Z d ? ot}%:,.' ; ?Plr4 If milk turns sour, make it into say home economists of the

{ "No, madam," replied the offi- '.}{}ys ua, %%, ffir af cottage cheese. Let it stand untilit department of agriculture, uses

cial, "I'm a collector of internal ,5'> ":e *s;: 1k..) wheys, then turn it into a cheese- less fuel than a bright one becausea
revenue." k 'to:} ; cloth bag and. hang up to drain dull surface absorbs heat whilea
ti rf' ., f, .4 vy :::.... dry. bright one reflects it.
r'kYa; ; ; % :vyyyrG; ,. ,,
-- :r'3ix a : ,;;w,{/}r .Skdr. J !,/3' '+ r''r : .;.; S t a%koi fJIY: ;fJ tay{r;;/+ rl g ;;'r { ,
%>; .$, ; A; dQ<;{;y.SoyRSi: ;y j .., '3! J hr. .% r%;,,/: %';\ ";s{; .;L:
: NOTHING CAN DO 4 ,; t .ai;,!,6.j'i't ,{lyy. ,.yr.txa.y{ ryy. .:vr':.,:' {;,: ., ?
pSi .n ;%
'+:: ;S a ;6 / .....:.........t rdnwiawirw: vo>yy __ .; ._..rr..4.nwYYGir; ..!o-aw v..c4arl. THE NTB DISCOVERY&COlDS'REtlEF

Y. MORE FOR YOU When accidents, mechan- MFON grandma(home medicated used for mutton coughing-nasal suet-which con .

ical failure or the gestion, muscle achea of colds-teaches i
t presenceof
(. : in the entire field of aspirin than St.Joseph f modern mothers to follow her example.
; Aspirin. None faster, none safer. The enemy craft silence radio RUTH WVYETH SPEARS So their families get relief from these

.,.'.:.. world's largest seller at lOc. Also sold t.. ..,,.>...>>....::< ..:....@ .y;>m; :* ..-m....>i. activity, our navy has an- colds' miseries with Penetro, the salve
: in economy sizes-36 tablets, 20c, 100 with modern medication in base
a con-
:. tablets, 35c. Demand St. Joseph AsplIlD.if itf }. other dependable means of THIS horse head is a copy of an taining old fashioned mutton suet. 25c,
.. ; i0'o' w raGfC6f d 9ri>aiv.'woy'abr+x{mvmiwvic wireless communication- Early American hobbyhorse. It double supply 35c. Demand Penetro.

homing pigeons. These birds, guided unerringly by instinct, is full of dash and spirit .yet it is

Streamlined PlanesAmerica's have been released as far as 500 miles from the home station. so simple that the original crafts- DON'T LET
P-38 fighting plane is man probably cut it out with an
Their home is 50 miles hour.
average speed on a flight an
; .
:: 'C so streamlined that nearly two- ordinary handsaw and a pocket CONSTIPATIONSLOW

)): .( thirds of its air resistance is in the In top picture a flock of pigeons is released far out at sea for a knife.A .
:,,; retractable landing gear.MISERIES toddle bike is more uptoate YOU UP
practice flight to the Homing Pigeon service at Lakehurst, N. J. .
When bowels are sluggish and
< than a hobbyhorse because we yon

(L.'" "'.>'=".vK.x'; > V'. !.;'..,:".'...'.:';.yrq"" .;)';{y/nNewriMMvlrrnvr: %':'-';rr.rtzsSvn:::::,r"". .7M' '''':p>',.> "Z'm"'X?:brfr: know now that it is better for tiny do feel-irritable chew FEEN-A-MINT, headachy, do as millions modem

,' if chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
: 4:ltR AUTHENTIC FEEN-A-MINT before to bed,
OF .+ : MAKE A you go
r taking only in accordance with package
: ., .:. r H AME OBB RICAN Y H ORSE HOP.SE 0RA directions-sleep without being dis
JL ) '; :: f fr turbed. Next
( .4 ; rar:! w'S TODDLEBIKE morning gentle, thorough
raid HEAD relief, helping you feel swell again. Try j
: hby 7:ia,.!Yr.Y MAY ;f rBE FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
Ax : l2i'v { ;
i. t:4' j
[ QSyv : !{! 7A'= FROM CUT A y and economical.generous family supply J.

r Reher&d I 0I Asi y. tr Vtr r LBOARD {I FEEN-A-MINT costs 10 only*

{Yfi l }4 Zrt / ark X00 o r.,'.

i 1 x \ Qty:: .::;vs2:; 'rtMi1hi.i*: ;" .,.r.. ACTUAL USE SIZE < 'FFS Five-Footed Dog:

.H.e ':: l%,,: :'w: AND PATTERN STENCIL TO CUT 1 p A dog with a double leg, giving :'

fl r % l Y .13. a'a} ,Ifs '!Fl ALSO AS A it five feet, is owned by John .:

; / ASSEMBLINGtots GUIDE FOR Smith, of, St. Louis, Mo. It runs ;

and plays with ease.RHEUMATIC.

to learn to use their legs thanto

r ',."..,..f0' get a sense of motion by rock- 'i
I' ; ing. The bike is easy to make of PAIN

Now here's wonderful home- 1 Above: Two crates 'of pig scraps of lumber; or when you Nitd pot Spoil year Day-Gtt after It How
proved medication that works have cut out the head and sten- Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve
2 at torelievedlstressofchild's eons are carried to a blimp pain of muscular rheumatismand
way once ciled it decide to mountit
cOld-even while he sleeps! about to leave on antisubmarine you may other rheumatic pains. Caution:
on a broomstick as shown at the Use only as directed. First bottle
Rub throat
and back'
3 with Vicks VapoRub at bedtime. patrol duty. upper left. purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
:lnr and $LOO. Today, buy C-2223.
., Instantly VapoRub starts to relieve -
coughing spasms, muscular NOTE-Mrs. Spears has prepared an
4c; soreness or tightness, and invite actual size pattern (No. 257) for this authentic -

__ restful sleep. Often by morning, ,.4Mr{>3fSS: h'a 'Ar.'i' ,, Early American hobbyhorse head
's, most of the misery Is gone. and also all the parts of the toddle bike.
For baby's sake, try VapoRub : t fi The pattern includes stencil designs for % .
i4. ;
when colds strike.must be good, :; :1 ; painting,a color guide, and/complete dl. i
because when colds rections. Pattern is 15 cents postpaid. Ad- /tit

v most strike it Is whatVICKS| j cress: ;

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Initialed Locusts Victory Enclose 15 cents' for Pattern No.

'. The outline of the letter "W" Parade Name 257. ............................... ((I'
can be seen on each wing of the / > ?r r ''t '..
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The pigeons are placed'aboard This is how pigeons are 're-
ir Help the Good Earth produce to itsgreatest
HOT fLASHESIf the blimp. Our navy breeds its leased. The bird will find its American soldier is allowed, capacity by planting Ferry'

suffer own birds for the dispatch car- way home regardless of how before his trial by a 'general Seed.On display at your local:dealer.
you from hot flashes, court-martial, to examine the evi-
weak, nervous, cranky feelings, area rier flock. rough the weather is.' dence and the witnesses of the

bit blue at times due to the P:: "':*,"IK, :""iT'i /Tl :. >'>.>m.<.'Z",;.;.. .J the trial at FERRY MORSE SEED CO.
functional "middle-age" period 's. /u u., a'Y rt.-::x: :}; {%rr. ':a. {'!; :ry 4'f :. M.j prosecution. During ,
peculiar to women-try Lydia E. S i2G > '. which he may be represented by SAN FRANCISCO DETROIT
i Pinkham's Vegetable Compound his civilian the defendant
own lawyer, -
ij ,, to relieve such symptoms. Taken
{nf!$"t is not required to testify
regularlY-Pinkham's Compound. .+%'o' {
helps build up resistance against 'ft3 $8VP'I $ .. under oath if he chooses to makean
such distress. It helps nature WCVxf < :> '' unsworn statement.In .
r. Also a fine stomachic tonic. Fol- 'tARfctfVj''$? C? such the soldier after
low label directions. ; a case, Tropical I fro icd
VEGETABLE %it' telling his story in his own words,
may not be subjected to cross- LCMON ORAN4Iu & '
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R E LI EVE Easo and soothe chafe. Form Nvy IfiSl l i 1 1i
,' medicated coat of protection I Artificial LanguagesSince I
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chafing bed- lSf$ l
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, SORESc1othes the hf Li G %V'.J: p{ fa' .
I ,medicated powder. 1600, some 350 artificial .,\
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-Buy War Savings Bondsm .. proposed as an international auxil- .
This is carriers is
a cargo. iary tongue, but only 6, all createdin
Messages are fastened to the written in code so if the enemy the past 65 years, have achieved I

f bird's leg with a tiny leather shoots down the bird no in f or- importance-Esperanto, Ido, Inter- I

i strap as is shown.here. mation is revealed. lingua, Novial, Occidental and Vo-

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I' t IN Good-tasting VITAL Scott's ELEMENTS Emulsion ; t: ALBANY,GEORGIA *

ii'6 build strong bones, sound teeth, and 14-15
stamina; helps build resistance to colds.
.f r It's rich in natural A & D Vitamins* that Southeastern Aberdeen-Angus breeders. Ifl cooperation with the
r. may be lacking in the diet. And-it's 4 150 t BULLS American Aberdeen-Angus Breeders'Association are offering at pun-
j times easier to digest than plain cod liver lie auction this great collection of Angus herd sires.This is the largest sale of Angus bulls
I- or a carload, at your own price.
opportunity one
ever held in the South end your to
1 Dill So give it, daily. Buy at all druggists I with Angus
Regardless of the color of your cow herd you can make more moneT
) >Recommended by Many Doctors Lk bulls. Angus bulls sire calves that are hornless thick and meaty,and of uniform bardtness sppearance. -
f"l : .Abcrdcen*Angus are the south.s most popular beef breed.because or their
I disease resistance and rustling ability.
1- f: Seaman Don These 150 bulls are from leading herds of Georgia.North Carolina and Tennessee Monday
Adams feeds his and have been raised under practical farm conditions. They will be judged
auction ,Feb. 15. Buy your Angus bulls at Albany.
I Feb. 14.and will sell at on Tuesday
0j feathered mates.
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PAGE FOUR THE OLEWISTON NEWS .. ... ,, '.. .. .,,..
y'I'DTTAt..r TO.. '"''"'... ,",", .. .r .
JMake P iNi/11, VI.ILVL1lbI: ,j .V'A"t"'

The Clewiston News .. .* * *.. ...... ,I was on Island X, a location that be- 66 Mile I button toward the pledge of- $33,-
1: :* N M came quite familiar to Clewiston 300 to each county to '$12,800, Lee

folks, even though it remains Across Lake in CanoeA said. A distribution of $2,000 to = ,

Published every Friday In Clewiston, anonymous. He is now somewherein each county was made Jan. 5.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS New Hebrides. He has a wife
rna trip Last year; when the racing sea
across Lake Okeechobee In
and that he '"
a old
baby nearly a
year a 15 foot son was cut short by the ban on :jc'"
has not yet seen, and no' Sea-Bee In canoe with a Boy Scout '
I pleasure driving, only $13,800 was :
Entered as second class mail matter Our the Pacific is looking forward more compass to guide them was completed :, :- >-;
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in,1 Boys \ early Tuesday morning Danny distributed to each' county from I '"-'>':
by -
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of ji I eagerly to that first furlough, or Moorehouse racing tax receipts. The balance I" ';'!:; ;f
y& and his .
!March 3, 1897. > better yet, to Victory and a perm- of ,
? t3* the $33300; pledge was paid from. ;./
young men left Stuart at 4:30
ffi in the"fits anent return, *: I Monday afternoon and arrived cigarette tax receipts. \' ':i--:? ::; .

Subscription Ilntc-2.50 Per Year ; across the big Receipts from state taxes on dog ," <; ;.tf
lake at 3 a.
m. They :
Advertising nat furlough. Joe has been In Loui-
i i 1943-44 season totaled $2,627.095 ,' /
and Clewiston : :,
f Service.We siana on- some of those extended and waited till day ,r ,
through Friday, it was announced by : .: :
fJ! light to get off the reef and in to :. ;J
I that N"
maneuvers the Armjputs on. '
Devoted to the advancement and wel- ... .n. Moore Haven. the governor's office. :
fare of Clewiston and Hen lry County. :\ ; v Attendance and betting, figures {
: The
t' was approximately 66
Phelix Slonaker, who was recent-I(miles and for the season which opened Dec., 15: "
was made with 6 gallonsof
ly given some extra courses are as follows: \

NATIONAL EDITORIAL "..................................................................................................... paratroop school at Fort Benniug I I power gasoline outboard as fuel motor for the which 5 horse pro Dog racing and Jai Alai: Attend-
and promoted to the rank of tech
I pelled the canoe. ance, 646,000; mutuel betting. $18-
ASSOCIATION nical sergeant, wrote us in the fall
rnL1 J feel that the fates have beeni 'j that he was well and happy; wailing The men chose a moonlight night 528,093; state's share, $620,074. '

lJ' kind to Clewiston boys in the service for their voyage Horse
to go overseas, but hoped to be married I and fortunately hada racing: Attendance, 291-

everywhere; and they've !had a: [ before he was shipped out. very smooth lake for the trip.. 190; mutuel ,play, $22,497,959; three

I specially watchful eye out for youngI Thin\' week he has written that i': ,- percent state tax, $674,939; five -

John H. Bethea over in Italy. We've I percent state tax,, $1,124,899 odd" '
-.... his marriage took place on Febru- Hours for Night ; ,
IC" :" :":":":":": :":":";":"=":"":"-;""""""" I been dreading the day when as edi ary 1st. He and the folks back ,I cents break, $154,519; total state-

tor we would have to record the I j home are hopeful that a furlough Rates on Phone Calls revenue from horse racing, $2, 07- -

Late To I wounding of a Clewiston boy in will be next in order so he and his I 021.' -
Too ;
Classify combat. Now, we have the story to bride mayvisit, Clewiston. Phelix Are LengthenedNight I "

write, and it's such an interesting writes that I !
he sends his best wishes Hunting Season
Dy and has such ending I
a happy
yarn' to his buddies at all points, rates on intrastate toll long
:: I that it has been a thrill to record It. wherever ,distance Ends Tuesday ', '
they may be, and hopes telephone calls will go into '
MMH. .M NON. .N P----------.H V "'". John wrote it himself, after 14 is as I effect 6
everyone fine as he is. I at o'clock instead of 7, be

Not long ago in Tampa 122 aliens i) wood days in scenario the hospital writer and has no turned Holly-i i Congratulations and best wishes II.to I ginning March 1, 1944, under a ',ruling The hunting season on quail, ;

took the oath of allegiance before I t dramatic and Sergeant Slonaker and his bride. J made by the railroad commie- turkeys and squirrel ends Tuesday,.
out anything
Federal Judge Alexander Akerman. J JI more sion for the state in Tallahassee this
I IIt's I Feb. 15. The November
I realistic in connection with this war. season opened ;?
wonder how many native born Lt. Carl H. Hansen wrote his .sister -I week. 20.Hunting. '

Americans ever heard the oath or a page one story in the News, I Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, that he I j I The present period of night rates
so read it in detail. If you've had regulations provided that
thought of applying it to themselves.It I lias been promoted to first lieuten on telephone messages goes, into effect -
doubts about truth of the game could be taken dayfrom
is a solemn and serious obli- any ant. He is still in Trinidad and at 6 o'clock and the new ruling every Y
stories that have come out of the November 20 to November 30;:
gation and something to think workJng hard. He received his promotion will give an hour's extra time for
war, you'll lose them when read prohibited Mondays and Tuesdaysfor
about. January 22nd. Carl says he these calls at the cheaper rate. The
.. I I what your own neighbor boy wrotei I the remainder of the season.Hunting' .
"I hereby declare on oath, that I is feeling fine ,and looking forward night rates are in effect until 4:30

absolutely and entirely renounce I i fof his experiences. i iI Ito I the day he can be back among his a, m. deer was prohibited this
season. in Hendry, Glades and C0L'K
and abjure all allegiance and fidel I I I, friends in Clewiston. Congratulations The change affects only messages lier counties. ,

ity to any foreign prince, potentate, Connie Clark writes us from : Lt.:Hansen we are all proudof made from one point within the
"somewhere in India" "Well,
those silver state to
stale, or sovereignty of whom or II bars. > another point within"thestate > ,
here I am. I would sure like to be
which I have heretofore been a and does not change mes
home for a swell meal and a night's FOR SALE
subject or citizen; that I will sup- I RATIONINGCALENDAR 1 sages which go across the state _
rest. I have been on the move ever line.
port and defend the constitution of
since I was home. I had not had a I HOUSE TRAILER-1939 MODEL ,
the United States of America againstall -
enemies foreign or domestic; paper since October, so I am behind r Counties Get More ELC4R, WITH TOILET AND BATH.
on the news. There is very I
that I will bear true faith and MEAT, BUTTER, ETC.V 22 FT. LONG. WILL SELL AT A ':
little I can tell you except our
allegiance to the same; and that I camp is on, the side, of a hill.. In W and X valid through Feb. Race Track MoneyA I BARGAIN. FRED L. JENKINS.

take this obligation freely without 26; Y valid Feb. 13, and Z, Feb. 20, x
fact, it reminds me of Big Cypress BOX 153 reservation I both good through March 20.
any or puiposeof I
(where are the hills in Big Cypress, of $723,600 in
evasion. So help me God." Meat grades: AA or Choice A .
Connie?) I might add the 'only difference t ; equal amounts to the sixty-seven I.
When these new citizens had taken or Good, B or Commercial, C or '
A tin
counties in Florida of fats. '
is that all the mosquitoes I has been an can waste
the oath, Judge Akerman leaned 'I Utility, D or Cutters & Canners). nounced Comptroller
here are malaria carriers., by Jim Lee. '
forward in his chair and addressingthe I III FRUITS, JAMS, ETC. I This represents racing tax receipt; will furnish a few bullets

group said: I II "Those negroes, in the 'Glades are r G, Hand J, valid through Feb. ,The

"You have applied for and have ,I here.much, cleaner I spent than Christmas the natives and New are j I March 20; K, 20.Land M, valid through I I I county,distribution brings the, $10,800 state's to contri-each I for our boys at the front.: t

been admitted to American citizenship -
at a very, trying, time, because (i Years: ,on the high seas, and I do ,Ii | SUGAR r Bring them to B and B

we :are in the midst 'of the greatest ]i tired mean high seasI was never so, j I :'Stamp 30 in book four valid for I to surrender his rations to any board market. -
of looking. at I
one thing as i
war in the history of mankind. I five pounds through March 31st; instead of the one that issued' them';

"I want you to study the laws of I I was water. (stamp 40 valid for canning throughFeb. I!and to permit a dealer to whom the
i iI '
this country, and as you study them J 28th. car is sold to surrender the rations

you will see that they are framed to j.I Walker Nail has been sent to [ SHOES las I if he were the agent of the seller. I

give you the greatest 'liberty possible -' Kessler Field Mississippi, which we I Book 1 stamp 18 and book 3 ,I '

not encroach, so long on as the your rights conduct of others.does Iconsidei||I'and for his a wonderful family. break Ruth and for, him the j I I stamp definitely.1 on Loose airplane stamps sheet valid accepted in- i'I l .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..;N: Xl ,: .

"Because of the war, all citizensof i! boys are in Pensacola: with her par- j only on mail orders. I t -s

necessity have had to give up : ents, and Pensacola is only 140/ GASOLINEIn .

liberties which in miles from Keesler. Field, they say. j Northeast PROSPERITY MAKES : '
many is proper j I and Southeast, 8-A j!

such time. Walker doesn't know yetwhat; the i'coupons good for three gallons 1 L Can FR/ENDS..ADYERSUY M

"But the theory of this particular. army is going to do with him, but through Feb.., 8; 9-A coupons be- | you TRIES THEM/
judge is that when the war is over I is hoping it's the Air Corps. j come valid for three gallons Feb. 9. !
the neonle of this country. will' have and are good through May 8. Else-1, I

difficulty regaining the individual I Wilbur Ray Sullivan who was re- where 10-A
I coupons good for three I
liberties' they have given up. cently transferred to Cherry Point, ', gallons through March 21. B and I Drive a Car? .d-

I N. C., by the Marine Corps was also ; :
"The court wants to Impaess upon B-1 and C and C-l coupons good for ( I"I ,
that during the transferred at the same time into i iI two 4 tllfr'4 k
you war you should I I' gallons everywhere except in the ;

t submit willingly to any hardships I the Marine, air corps. ['Far West and Rocky Mountains When you were a kid, did yh5

F that your country may endure. But I' i I where they are good for three gal- you always pester to "go along"on '

H after the war it will be the duty of I Paul R. Akin who Avas recently ..,i loiis. B-2 and C-2 coupons ,good every ride? And now, do I

every citizen to regain the liberties j i sworn into the Navy, is taking his for five gallons everywhere. you get a kick out of handlingthe
boot training at the Great Lakes wheel
they enjoyed in the past. Fuel Oil-Period like a man?
| two coupons)
"This country will not be worth I Naval Training Station.
> [valid through Feb. 7 in all areas 1
living in, if its citizens must obey 1 I g' -' except the South. Period Women with mechanical abil-
.: the dictates of bureaucratic public I Ed Clark writes from the Aero- (I coupons ity are needed ill the WAG at
valid in all areas remain good
officials, therefore I urge. you to use graphers School Training Unit, U. s.1 I I through March 13 in; the Middle once Other skills arc needed I

every proper means to help, the !i Naval Air Station Lakehurst, N. J.. : too. And untrained women can I
West, East and Far West, and I
ple of this nation regain their individual !I 1"1 jam receiving the News regularly: I learn skill that win be useful r
through Feb. 21 in the South. Per-
liberties." and was quite surprised in the last all their lives. 289: types of
h liod '
I four valid In the
The amazing and startling sig- [ issue to see in your column "With '(South, become coupons valid in all other'I Army jobs need- Wacs to' fill You need not be prosperous to get '

nificance of Judge Akerman's state- Our Boys in Service" a letter from. them. f
exactly what
you want tfair
areas Feb. 8 and remain good i I a prices-
ment, to mind, the fact Rabbit Roberts. If it isn't too I
my was that I
I through Sept. 30. Period five coupons Simply make
our store. store '
full -
much trouble I Get details at your -
he so viewed with alarm the wish you would tell the nearest -
present ,
now valid in the South, become : :
day. trend of governmental practice, I him, Bob Logan, Owen and all the U. S. Army Recruiting Sta-
valid in the Middle West Feb. '
that he found it necessary and ad- rest of the boys hello for me. Thank tion (your local post office will I !
8 and continue :
visable to appeal to a group, ,who you I have been very busy ever 30. good through Sept. give 'ou the address). Or'write: ALSTON'S AND ,

but a moment before had been [since I arrived here and am enjoy- \limit All coupons worth 10 gallons a The AdJutant'Gencral., Room fi't
I with 'worth
aliens, to aid us at the proper time ling my work fine." units each.most coupons, several 4415, Munitions B nil din g| I SEMINOLE DRUGS 1'

in an effort to regain the previous I Washington, D. C. I, -
liberties which A Sea-Bee, on whom we have '
we have lost. I l CLEAVISTOX :
The Judge is not alone in his happened to have no new's, is J. W. Motorists I I II l '

opinion,' for every thoughtful citizen ::construction Grantham, who is with one of the move to a who new apply residence for must gasolineto at ..:..:::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..I I I j
units Southwest
of this land old enoughto have in the
the time surrender theirt"B" ----- .
I Pacific. In fact for they apply, ...
experienced the real liberty and I some time he
|! and "C" books, if they hold
freedom with government by law, I .-. 1 j such rations.
far under we the have Constitution strayed, realizes from true how of this nation, faith and confidencein i I i i Henceforth, all special rations will I oaav's FUN P.I G RAM By Peters ,,1")

government has been replaced in :I jbe. noted on the tire inspection rec-
democracy and
the hearts of the people by genuine i ford and each board will be able to

pattern of government being fear and distrust of government. tell at a glance whether the person

planned and advocated for this It is timely and fitting as well as i'has previously been issued

nation after the war, and which I' issue/
alarming that a Federal judge I' rations and can refuse to '

every effort is being made to set up should issue such a solemn warningas another except for bona fide pur We work hard daily try .,1''. ,'. ,
under the guise of "essential
now to I i
JudgeAlexander Akerman in poses. > ing to live o '
the war effort" is almost identicalin his masterful II up\ our Deputation :t
address "
a of .
group ,
pattern to that of in e for fine service :
Germany the
newly citizens .
matter of centralized quickly performed. 'ti
governmental same warning and appeal might well .- ;
I Three modifications in OPA reg-
control regimentation anrule' -
by be made to ,
native born '
bureaucratic overlords, plus un- every American ulations requiring" the surrender of ': ,. ,

[ gasoline rations when used cars are question acceptance I I \
by the
peopleof Either the people of this ,nation sold became effective February 5. HENDRY
every thought or plan suggestedor must arise in their might and make I I Under .: _
former regulations, the sellerof :
advocated by the leader. I '
I known their iJj : '
Bureaucratic agencies desires in no Uncertain I 6 used car or truck was required COUNTY ,
.I terms requiring those now in office to turn over to his local board all II
number have been set up to regulatethe and those :: J
Byes and actions of individual who hope to be to return unused[[ gasoline coupons for that MOTORS. ..;
to Constitutional
government, vehicle obtaining ,
citizens a receipt for them
dominate and supervise fully, and I
completely without evas- J and giving the board's erceipt to the 1 .h3a
business and I ,
enterprise, while the Ion, or be prepared to FLOIUDA.. <
right the accept the i buyer of the car, who was required .. j
of several
as permanent loss not only of those to present it to the state motor vehicle -
forth In :
the Constitution
have been
ignored precious liberties that have already ,. department when he applied fora
and trampled upon without gone but many more as well title
transfer. "He
regard to law or authority.For If LIBERTY is ost'at home or New modificaions now permit the has to work so hard to keep the Doctor paid for

the first time in the history 1 I abroad, only our dead will be FREE. seller 48''' hours to deliver the receipt; treating his nervous break-d wn."

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{ lawn with Phyllis Bishop and Chris- Book Reviews i dies that was in good shape and left,LOST White
; r tine Dunaway entertaining. Prizes for his headquarters, leaving the'two ) male:

f i were won by Tommy and George guards with us. 'They immediatelyturned pointer
r Personals New books In Clewiston Public 1.1- name Tommy
Ann Suggs. themselves ift ,,
j brary-reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean to us after the '
Later refreshments of-ice cream, J King, chairman: I officer's departure. As we headedto on street near theater
| cake, candy and colas were' served. the aid station, we would carry '
i' Mrs. T. C. Musgrave, Mrs. Earl THE MOTHERS" the guns while the prisoners were i I i Sunday. John O'Baa-

,,:.; Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mrs. C. L. Peters and Mrs R. L. Marshall as- By Vardis Fisher carrying me. Then when they got 526 'So.

.-.f' ,':, McLendon were visitors in West sisted Mrs. Moon in serving. This is a memorable and wholly tired, they would carry the guns and non Dixie, West

' ':. Palm Beach Wednesday. The guests were Sharon Crochet, !'unforgettable historical novel by my buddies would carry ,me. That Palm Beach. Phone.

,, Nadine Bembry, Marjorie and Warren one of America's great novelists, was queer, but they were glad to be -

,: : Mrs. Frank E. Veltre visited her Brown, Bernice Bishop, Shirley written in the manner that made j our prisoners. .4037.I .

;i ;' ':', ,parents, Mr. and Mrs M. A. Sum- Marshall, Sylvia Beatty, Mary Jean this author's CHILDREN OF GOD "After staying in a house on abed I

; : '. mers in Moore Haven this week. I and, Wayne King, Bobby Peters, and CITY OF ILLUSION best sell- I [J for about six hours, the litter J --- ----------

---- I George Ann and Tommy Suggs, Rose bearers picked meup and from then FOR SALE
ers._ I New
Mrs. Gertrude Hand spent a few and Lorraine Dunaway, Lamar Me- THE MOTHERS is a story of on It was just routinelittercarrying -, or

days in' LaBelle visiting Mr. and Mrs. i Lendon, Eddie Musgrave, James ;' pioneer suffering and endurance of I, : still I got to the ambulance, and used baby' carriage. Also

L. M. Jennings. ; Harris, Bernie Thompson, Jay Car- j hardships invited and 'overcome, of then to the hospital, and here I am.I I
-- 1 1'01 Miner and Patricia Noon i J later found out that the kidthatwas quart Mason jars. Mrs.
| dangers faced without whimpering 'I '
Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Hansen I taken_ to enemy headquarters
,, [ of boys calmly accepting the Bartz 409 West
J were guests of friends in LaBelle BRIDGE. CLUBS j[ burdens of men, and of women self-I returned with a score or more pris-* .Crescent

;:y:, Thursday. i i[ sacrificing and triumphant. Then 1 j oners who had turned their weaponsover Drive. Phone 4
4 --/ > Mrs A. W.' Lawrence entertainedher to him-including the officer I56J.
background: of the book is the Don- I
: Mr. and Mrs W. R. Broaderick bridge club Friday evening at ] ner Party, here freshly interpreted: i|who wouldn't surrender to us."
her home, awarding first prize to i i
were business visitors in Fort Myers
it was the mothers of the group who I
Saturday. Mrs. Curtis Thompson and second to ; I Parkers Have done :.
saved it from complete disaster; it Planning you your part ,
Mrs. C. L. McLendon. Others play- !!
ing 'Mrs. Joe M. Hall Mrs }was their courage and determination I Work Farm in the fat salvage ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cornette of ( were Foy I II their fierce, animal-like devotion .on Tract campaign "

. .,' Boynton Beach were week end guests Durrence, Mrs. George Crow, Mrs. to their children-in some I J
? The
of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. ,Cornette and R. C. Nowling and Mrs. R. M. Hare, instances to any children-which I ]In Diston Island I Band B, _:

JI'1Irs.. Lawrence served tuna
family. 'I kept so surprisingly market will :
many persons give
fish salad course. I D. C. Parker and V. G. Parker, I you twobrown
in the expedition alive.
Mrs. Wade Hampton and Miss 1} .- who recently purchased a 160 acre points ,
Mr. Fisher does not glorify the I I per pound.
Mabel Hampton of LaBelle spent I' Mrs. J. E. Beardsley won first i tract of land in/Diston Island Drainage -
I past. Not member of the
: every I
Sunday here with Mr. and ,Mrs. prize at the 'meeting of the,, ,Wednesday group was a hero; there were bunglers !I District in this'county, are j Keep ,a clean tin can .in
;' afternoon the I spending most of their time here
]:. Martin Peers. I bridge club at on
and cowards in it, and a few I
home of Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford.' villains. the tract and making plans for your refrigerator and: .'a
But :
outright this
, ;:; Mrs. D. A. Farabee has left for!] Second prize went to Mrs 'F.. E. only to provide a foil against the I farming and cattle raising on the I save spoonful. '
;: ,, Conkling. Mrs. Mumford served every ::
; '. Virginia Beach, 'Va., to be near her r high courage and the homespun land.Part
"'\ husband, Pfc. Farabee, who isp' [sandwiches, cake and coffee to two gallantry of men like Bill Eddy I of the land, will be put into 1
; stationed there. guests of the club, Mrs. Agnes Hen- I 'small truck crops and the remainder Reward
shine all the ,brighter. I for return of )
, riksen and Mrs., E. M. Blake, and to will be planted in pasture grasse'sand

Mrs. E. Sinclair Knight,- Jr.- and the club members, Mrs. F. Deane I THE MOTHERS is not merelythe i cattle brought in 'after the roller floor jack lost between )

daughter, Donna Jo, have arrived I Duff, Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mrs. 'W. C. story of a few score emigrantsto I' pasture is ready. ',
: :
the West trapped in the Sierrasby [ '
';'; from Delray Beach to spend some Owen, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. The land lies between the F. B. Riddle Field and

time as guest of Mrs. Dan Allen. Beardsley, Mrs.Conkling, Mrs Otto an inexplicably early winter; it I'!i Mills place, and the junction of the ;
'. is in essence, a paean to motherhood, Thompson Motor Parts :
.c Larsen, and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. 'I'i old Clewiston road with the high- : ;
;' \ which in every crisis thinks not of I
:, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Bowden and itsel but of the race. I I way. several days ago. Gulf
: grand-daughter, Suzanne Stello, of I '
: Sebring, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. -- I I The critical need for detecting Service Station. ,
TAPS FOR PRIVATE TUSSlE cancer in its early stages will be .
: Bill Bowden over the week end. A special program I I I MNr V IM/WMM
emphasized in the American Society wJohnson's
commemorat-I By Jesse Stuart I
ing Founders Day will :: '
for the Control of Cancer campaign
Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. J. K. the ,Parent-Teachers In TAPS FOR PRIVATE' TUSSIEthe I I
i in T Florida. The Women's Field
Rogers and Mrs. J. T. Paul were meeting Tuesday, February 15th, at i I action flows swift and sure, out Fish Camp ,
I I Army is now 'engaged in distributing ..
-z business visitors in West Palm Beach 8:15 at the High School auditorium. I II of Stuart's racy and flavorsome : literature and information in (Near Hurricane Gate) 4
Wednesday A special '''invitation is extended to prose. Soldier Kim Tussle's death I .
I j jjail every country in connection with Clewiston, FIn. ,
> --. past presidents to attend the )II brings his widow, Aunt Vittie, $10- Boats Motors-Guide. Service
the organization's annual drive
'y: Mrs. W. T. Wheeless spent sever I meeting., I I 000 in insurance money, which Rates Reasonable "
I inform the public and provide fundsto
z al days last week with her daughter All newcomers to Clewiston,,particularly Grandpa promptly takes over. We further the .work.: I W. H. Johnson, Mgr. ,,
Mrs., James M. Boyd and children parents of school children see what happens when a destitute ,
,. .
j and into --- -----------------------------
in Fort Myeis. are urged to attend the meeting. j I lazy clan conies ) sudden ,I

i wealth.:: ,,1,1l 1

;; Friends of Mis. A. O. Ward will : JUNIOR 1 l Here is high comedy, as forty-i
regret ''tolearn"' that she has entereda I II 'I' five Tussies pack: themselves into' Ernest! ![R.GRAHAM. ,

West Palm Beach hospital for an their new "mansion." There is
A Bridge and Michigan party will
operation.Mrs. .I : I(I superb characterization: in Grandpa -
be given at the Sugarland Recre- -
,I indolent, scheming patriarch;
'ation 1
;,: Ruth B. Owens, :Misses Flor- ,: .Center Friday February, 18th. fin l sensitive young Sid; in George, ? >
1[ beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Tickets
ence Graham and Laura Bailey werebusiness [ I the much-married, violin-playing
visitors in Miami Wednes-I are ,on sale by the Juniors at 60 uncle i

day afternoon. cents each; each ticket entitles the
I purchaser to participate in the draw- I Jesse Stuart. has a rousing, hilar- "
v.... j. I Solicits Your Consideration
ious and wonderful story { -i
for ,
MissEdythe, Nell Cornette, who';| ing a war bond prize.' Each .
ticket 'sale is numbered to tell. And he tells it in a way I
senior at Florida Southern Col- ,
lege in Lakeland: spent the weekend : i winner|( need not be present in order.1 that will make every reader, member : of His Candidacy
of the high-spirited Tussie clan
: to claim the bond.
here with her Mr. and
parents, \ I
; from first page to last. \ '
Mrs. E. M. Cornette. "' '

i Slonaker-Rascoe: 'i' CATHOLIC SERVICES For Governor
Mrs. Stanley O. Pirkle and son,

Stanley, Jr., of Washington, D. C.. I I !
TheN Sunday Mass, 9 a. m.
marriage has been announced y"
spent a few days the latter part of' :
the week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles I I lof Miss Grace; Rascoe of Sylacauga, Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. l Qualified:
Special meeting of the Ladies
I Alabama, and Technical Sergeant
: M. Pirkle. I
Phelix Slonaker, of Clewiston. The Monday, 7:45: p. m. I i sk 4
marriage occurred on February '1st. Father T. J. Geary, pastor. 4 ; A State, Senator for 8. Yea.rrTY -
Mr. and Mrs.! H. D. Ezell have"ar- ..
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rived from'"MortOJI's Gap, Kentucky, Sergeant 'Slonal er is the son of : A Successful Fanner '

-' for a two months' stay: with their Mr. and Mrs. S.:'P. Slonaker of ,i Schedule of Episcopal I
Clewiston. and has been stationed at A Woild War I Veterans --
daughter, Mrs.
E. M. Cornette, and s
family. j Fort Benning, Georgia, for more 1 Services in Clewiston I Civil Engineer",

I than two years. He is a member of I x

: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broaderick. the paratroop battalion, and was recently '! The Rev. Sidney David Mason, I

had as their guests last week, Mrs.Broaderick's promoted to the- rank of technical rector of the Church of the Nativity I
sergeant. t (Paid for by Friends of Mr. Graham)
sister, and her husband | in Pahokee, and of the recently organized -

. Lt. and Mrs. Floyd( Everhart, I St. John's Mission in Clew-

U.' S. N. n. Lt. Everhart is 'noW'stationed BernerWarrenMiss i iston, has announced the following ---- 't

at New Orleans . . . . ...... ... ......................................................-......................,.
La.; I | schedule of regular Episcopal serv- (....'.......................................................4+... ............... . . . . .. . -};
ices "

: Mrs. Agnes Henriksen of St.- Petersburg Cleo Warren and Kenneth 1st Sunday in each month, $ a. m., Ij :: ;
' spent several days in Clew- i' Edward Berner, both of Clewiston, I celebration of Holy Eucharist. i: CLEWISTON J

iston visiting friends. \,were married! Sunday at the home .
She left this 2nd Sunday, 8:30a._ m., sermon
week for a visit with her soninlawand i Of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nobles in j 3rd Sunday, 8:30: a. m., sermon. V

daughter, Mr. /and :Mrs.. M. L. I North LaBelle. The ceremony was: 1 r 4th Sunday, no services. !! :_: GOLF COURSE j jl.
;performed by W. B. Harris '
Arnold, in Nevada. justiceof ; 5th Sunday, in months with five 'iA ':

the peace. Sundays, services at 8:30.: l..

". Mrs O. L. Baird returned this : -- -- I These services are being held in :: :

t week from New York where she CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY: the Clewiston Community Church II
'<:. went to report for training at Hun- CHURCH and Father ,Mason extends a cordial \ ,e :

ter College, training station for David C. Hancock, Minister' I-
the I invitation to members of the Episcopal :
\V AVES. Mrs. Baird, the former faith in this section, and to "; tt:

Lorine Jones, enlisted in the WAVES I SUNDAY, FEB. 13, 1944 : other friends, to attend. YourFavorite : :
Weather for f f.to'
2 ideal
early in January, but failed to pass Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.; : On Sunday, February 13th serv- t tT

the final physical. examination at I E. Gericke, superintendent. !:3lices; I beginning at 8:30 will include .
the college. c for all ages. !''a celebration of the Holy Eucharist, :;: Exercisex :t::

Morning, Worship, 11:00 a. m. Anursery [with sermon. ':. :X:
r o. ''NANCYIOOX'S SIXTH I for children .
1 young is'con-

BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Community ducted-by the Center.Mothers' Club' at the (!John Bethea- I ifi I :!: ............................".................,.......... I

; .
Nancy Moon celebrated her sixth I "The Might of the Layman" is I' f '-

birthday with a party at the home of ,the theme of the minister's sermon. (Continued from Page 1.) i -
.-r her parents, Mr and Mrs. A. L. I You are cordially invited to worship .by an enemy machine gun! ':'In a 1 Good

Moon. Games were played on the vith us. t' matter of moments we were cap-It

I tuned! Even in my condition a I

.:...:..:'..:..:.x..:-x-..x..x.<..X""X..X'<":..X"X'*..X"X..:..:..-:...:-..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..........:..............:..... j thousand thoughts ;ran through my ;iI; .:NNNNNNIINNNNNN:.N' f .
: : I mind. Prisoners of war! I didn'tcare )f' ; i iI
$ I| much; though, because by that .
::!: Kemper Says ; to feel ,' .' I
:: time my hea l was: beginning ,'," '" There
light from the loss of blood. But I I :: Meet Your Own Friends :

had a deep urge to carry on, and I '

*. KEEP SMILING( t" felt somehow that it was 'going to y I::

_; out OK. *
: .t. come

.y. SEE D. "An idea struck me! I motioned e' .
: ClcTvistou Inn, This Week for ;x
..., ;: my comrades around to come near : :
i ::
|, I We were going to explain as best we II
::: Henlein Custom Tailored
Military Shirts **
t :: could how fine Americans treated

:[, I prisoners, and persuade our captors MEMBERSHIP
:: ii' YEARLY
'. Simpson Custom Tailored Clothes =:_i C:: to come with us I

\ X. [, I, "This however, didn't work on FEES I II
:, ; Universal Work Clothes .f, | the enemy officer who had previous- s,

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w b rS O E I wish h"t..d ,
ye a-
Season of Surprises'- storied house .'"

Lbili :zi= V7ere t..h.Ja.ys moving

And Still More to Come /WNUSm I off'ome.Jhe.re..

Washington, D. C. They tell you that long before he 1 11when ve Uttic .

ARMY DOCTORSIt was elevated to the position he now I'm old

and National was lost in the news shuffle, but occupies, Jim Byrnes was always
Control of Railroads And
Government Dr. John H. Musser of the Tulane successful in getting FDR to read : keep &. lot

Service Act Complete Surprise in university ,medical school, a mem- his memos to the White House. of Heirlooms

ber of a special committee named Because his notes were never longer tkere. "

Many Quarters.By ,by Secretary of War Henry Stim- than four lines. ,Byrnes learned his R.1.CAr4"
.q son to study medical conditions in lesson the first time-when he sub-

the army, made some startling ad- mitted a windy report to the President -

missions recently at a senate com; 0
mittee hearing on the utilization of "Did you read it?" he inquired. 4
News Analyst (; Commentator. doctors by the war department. "Read it'r said FDR, "I.couldn't

WNU Service, Union Trust Building, pretty hard to be really objective. Testifying before the Pepper sub- even lift itl"! WNU Feature. Y"
committee on wartime health and
who has watched political
D. C. Anyone
Washington, campaigns in the making, has a education at a hearing in Pasca- Lieut. Comd'r Jack Dempsey was

This is the season of surprisesIwon't hard time not to attribute a partisan goula, Miss., Musser was asked if reminiscing. He told about Mike

mention at this moment the motive to any act or word spokenin the army had too many doctors. Trent, a long-time admirer who was CLASSIFIED

big one which will cause your eye- Washington in an.election year. "Yes," he replied. "There has in his group when he was training

brows to go up at an early date (if been too much indiscriminate recruiting for his fight with Comd'r Gene Tun-
As far as taking the railroads over DEPARTMENT
they haven't already). of medical men without due ney. Mike was sent over to scout
others-on the labor goes, that might have been prompted -
I'll mention two the Tunney
training to bring
regard for civilian needs. camp
real and honest fear
two by a
front-since they represent transportation would have been in- "Do you think that the army has Dempsey information of value-onTunney's PLANTS FOR SALE
with which
of the neatest problems I style and hitting
utilized its doctors properly? he power.
it <
terfered with at moment when
congress still has to deal and whichare a Mike returned breathless. "It's a 1.000 Genuine White or Yellow Bermuda '=
be- was as vital to the war effort as a was asked. anion Plants, grown from Imported Tene-
full of dynamite
particularly "Definitely no," replied the Tulane set-up, he reported. "I seen him rifle Island seed, $4.50 express collect;
cause of the coming elections. And division of fighting men. _What pos- readin' a book!" 1,000 Onion Plants. $1.50 postpaid. Ehler I
elections bound to color the acts sible excuse could there be for let- professor. "The present sys- Bros.,Plant Farms. Carrlzo Sprints, Tex.
until ting such a thing happen? tem of medical service in the armyis
of every public man from now The Stork Club's host S.
based on 'a procedure that dates Billingsley -, CABBAGE PLANTSCharleston
the ides of November.We Again, whether or not there was back to the Spanish-American war is also renowned for sending' -
it to be a strike there was a strike Wakefield. Early Jersey \Vake-
are used to it now because gifts to customers and others. The'
and calls for the recruiting of a field. Early Flat Dutch $1.75 per thousand.
happened some time ago, and the threat. At the same moment, there of gifts usually are rainbow-hued era- Copenhagen Market $2.00 per thousand.
disproportionate number physi-
vital Cash with order or c. o. d. Now shipping;
naked was a strike threat in another
effects were not visible to the cians from civilian life." vats. One recipient replied: "Many, orders filled quickly. Write or wire
shook industry-steel. That was called off DEALER'S PLANT FARM
big surprise that thanks for
eye-but one many your thoughtfuliness. '
To illustrate Doctor Ashburn
his point Georgia.
Washington as the year: ended was by putting pressure on Phillip Murray It's the first time, and what a
head of the C. I. O. But could Musser pointed out that Tulane university's -
the sudden announcement" on a relief, that the Stork ever brought
that have been applied unless unit of doctors in the army BOOKS
balmy Monday evening in Decem- pressure me ties-Eddie! Cantor.
ber which ordered the army to take Mr. Murray could have been medical corps had spent more thana '
told the chances of year "twiddling their thumbs", at RELIGIOUS BOOKS-BIBLES
over the railroads. : In Scribner's rare book dep't, Free illustrated catalogs. OXFORD CO.,
acceptance of your demands by the Camp Benning, Georgia, while the Sat. Box 31, G. P. O., New York. N. Y.
be- of Literature
All over Washington the day says a
steel men will be a lot better if awaiting a call for overseas duty.
fore, that day too, as a matter of well-groomed customer asked Nick
At this time Doctor Musser said
afraid the will ,
they are government
fine Wredin "How is this MUSICSONGS
fact, you could have collected : volume ,
take their industry over too. The there was a crying need for doc- bound?"
such thing happen-
odds against a
tors by civilians. OF LIFE, LOVE HOME WAR.
railroads are a warning.
& "
ing. Not that people were bettingon Doctor Musser said he realized "Genuine calf, he said. Bound folio 12 lovely tunes plus 3 war
that subject itself what they And then, if you want to take one "How was that again?" songs. All postpaid 35c. RAINBOW PUBLISHERS
; that the need for doctors was far Box 2233, Miami, Florida.
to highly unofficial explanation from a "Calf-genuine calf!"
were betting on, those who ought I'
greater than in the last war, but that
have been (and I still believe were) nobody as far as officialdom goes, the medical wasn't mak- "What did you say?" -

in the know, was that there wouldbe but from a man who has fought in ing army the fullest use corps of its personnel. Nick threw back his head, closed Automatic Oxygen Masks
his little sphere for things he his "
no railroad strike. own '. eyes and roared: "Moo!
The second big surprise is still believes in, I'll throw it in for good Cut Worry, GuessworkUnlike
having its sharp repercussions al- measure. ANIMALS' HOLIDAY The Sunday N. Y. Times radio
The comment applied to the Since the army has a priority on
was section
much reports the reaction of listeners -
though it happened not so all other masks
President's call for national guns and shells, there hasn't been
eventto a serv- to WJZ's new transmitter of 50-
more recently than the other which must be regulated by the
linked. ice act, not the seizure of the roads, much hunting for two years, with 000 watts One New Hampshire
which it was closely wearer, the latest type, now being -
but it applies to both. This observer the result that wild animals are listener is quoted: "It's been our made for United States mili-

National Service Act observed: creeping up on civilization. Both pet gripe (in our neck of the woods) tary airmen works automaticallyand
"Politics? No. The wantsto farmers and state officials are demanding ,
guy that
WJZ had
The first, I discussed in a recent such excellent pro- eliminates a great deal, of
to drive off this
win the war. grams, yet was the' only major station -
column in connection with the seiz- worry and guesswork, says Col-
And came to think of it that invasion.
ure of the railroads. Then the sec- might 'that simply could ''not 'be heard lier's.
have had to do with it War production board has received -
ond, the President's demand for a any degree of ease. Why, Sun-
At all altitudes to feet
too. urgent messages from state up 38,000 ,
natiobal service act as a part of his day evening we could even hear
it the flier with the
officials in every part of the country. Winchell's tonsils supplies proper
outlined in that quiver.
legislative ,
program Notes From aBroadcaster's Pennsylvania is alarmed at the bold- mixture of air and oxygen, the
annual message, came tumbling aft- ness of bears and deer. New York flow of both being regulated by
and over either New York Novelette: This is
er, we haven't gotten DiaryThe one
yet. says rabbits eat Victory gardens. of those stories that sweepthe town valves which, in turn, are con-
following two viewpoints received Louisiana needs shotguns to drive trolled by atmospheric'pressure.
and then
One astute and neutral observerof now and everybody always -
recently are interesting. Hereis off the flocks of rice birds.
affairs in Washington-an old- knows the woman it is sup-
timer, who sees parties come and the first: This explosive situation was the posed to have happened to. But
"Neither slavery nor involuntary last task handled Maw
go without loss of sleep over his by Maury when you ask them to name names
servitude except as punishment for erick before he left WPB's
job, said something to me after the govern- they say they mustn't. Because, MOROLINE//
crime whereof the shall have
party ment division, to become WPB vice
roads had been seized that I have they cannot Anyhow, a woman
been duly convicted shall exist within chairman in charge of the small
had occasion to ponder upon often was talking to a friend on the phone,
the United States or any place plants division.He .
since. explaining she couldn't meet her be-

He is one of the men who was subject to their jurisdiction.fromthe tried to raise the civilian car- cause of a cold, etc. '. :A strange Mechanical ChristenerOne i

ready to give odds that there wouldbe Constitution of the United States. tridge quota from 12 per cent of third voice broke in and said: "Madam of the shipbuilding firms on I

The President swore to uphold the normal to 50 per cent. At first, the I doctor_ I I
no strike and he knows all of the am- a suggest: you the eastern seaboard now uses a
Constitution-the national serviceact I army was willing. But that was before this prescription --o
people who 'participated in the con- try your bottle-swinging machine which

ferences, employers, union heads, or the labor draft is involuntary I Cairo-Teheran. After the Big throat." Whereupon he offered it. has been nicknamed "Christine"in \

officials, by their first names-ex- servitude or human slavery. That's : Three powwow the army hinted She asked his name He replied: the christening of' its smaller

cept the President, of course, whom what he called it in Berlin and Tokyo : that it would need everything for "You will never know that!" And vessels.

nobody but his mother as far as I and he wants it here. What are we the invasion, and declined -to pass got off the line So a few nights f

.' know, perhaps his wife when she is fighting for? the ammunition. later at a party she was amazed to

here, first names. One just doesn't And now for the second viewpoint! When the news reached the back- hear a man at the table relate the

S first-name Presidents. General Eisenhower said we can woods, says Maverick, the deer dida incident He was the doctor! Beware Coughsfrom

Anyhow, this friend of mine, win the war in 1944 but everyone dance, and bears celebrated with The woman said nothing .

;' aghast at the suddenness of the seiz- must do his part. big bear hugs.. She got his phone number from the common colds

ure of the roads, remarked: Something must be wrong some- hostess Next day she called

"Do you realize this? Overnight, where for him to say that. He knowsit COSMOPOLITAN CONGRESSThe him saying she was the lady with That Hang On

instead of being the object of all at- is not the armed forces. So it farm bloc is all-powerful in the cold. She thanked him for the Creomulsion relieves promptly because
,: tacks for babying labor, the Presi- must be on the home front. For the the house of representatives, butyou'd prescription "Who are you?" It goes right to the seat of the

dent suddenly is in the position now armed forces operate on a functional never guess it to judge by the he asked "You'll never know," trouble to help loosen and expel t.'

; of defending the people against la- alignment-from commanding officer number of members who are real, she cooed, hanging up. germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
bor?" down orders active farmers. There are only 30. soothe and heal raw,'tender Inflamed -
are given and
bronchial mucous mem-
That was the quick reaction, of a obeyed. Servicemen cannot bargain Lawyers, because of their natural Will ,Mahoney, star American branes. Tell your druggist to sell you

,, technical man to whom politics is with their commanders as to wages, bent for politics,, continue to domi- vaudeville headliner(inAustralia and a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding

only an interesting sideline. I hours, fighting conditions or make nate the house membership by an England many years), has become a you must like the way it
When the President's contracts overwhelming majority. Out of a British subject. J. Durante's quickly allays the cough or you are r
messagewas I on a cost-plus basis. Their pals to have your money back.C.REOMULSION.
droned out by the reading clerk objective is to win battles. total 435 members, 234 are lawyers. call him "Sweet-nose" A lead-

in congress and the President came But on the home front, the objec- Business men rank next, with a del- ing male hairdresser threw a Christ-

to point five in his five-point legisla- tive is to make money (see Truman egation of 60. mas poddy ,for his swishy friends. for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis

tive program, there was a sharp in- Report).. Ships, planes, tanks and There are 27 teachers and professors They had a Pink tree! Alan ....

take of breaths. You recall the first guns are secondary.We 23 writers and newspaper men, Gale's thumbnail description of Vice-

reaction. Hardly anything but a 9 former government officials, 9 in- Pres. Wallace: "He takes his job Bee's AppetiteIt

frigid reception for the suggestionfor tion can have a functional opera- surance agents, 4 doctors, 2 engi- seriously instead of himself" takes a bee a month to eat
at home
what was immediately called by installing total con- neers, 2 dentists, and 2 certified Reader's Digest credits the "One of its weight in food.WNU .
scription of men, machines material -
"the labor draft. public accountants.
cities is
and our missing" gag (made

Cynics ReactionsThen These money. Only one minister holds a con- famous by the wire services) to a 7 5-44.HijcJrieys .
boys were conscripted to gressional seat, Rep. Charles A. contributor. It credits "Thumbnose 4
die. Then I
came the cynical observa- why not conscript the Eaton of New Jersey, former rectorof Sketch"-"Watch hat coat and
your ,
at home
ones ? If it's
tion of the anti-administration poli the armed good enoughfor the Madison Avenue Baptist girl friend" and "Feud administrator" fi/fus

ticians. It sounded a little like the i. forces, it's good church in New York city, although to everybody except this col- / ;

comment of my first-quoted observer enough for the rest of us. Rep. Walter ,H. Judd of Minnesotawas yum, where they were born. "
Who -
except that it was flavored more can say he is entitled to a medical missionary in China n ,

heavily with party tabasco. more? for several years. s Quotation. Marksmanship: A. A. For You To Feel Well "! J Ii

"Pure politics," they sneered. "He The sports world is represented Milne: There was a full length novelin 24 hours every day 7 day every

had no labor program. He knew it. : I r Jottings I chiefly by Congressmen Joseph her sigh M. Buchanan: week never stopping the kidneys filter-
waste matter from the blood.
So now he tosses the hottest O'Brien of New York former
con- pro- The ash-can of her past H. If moro people were aware of how the
troversial question on the boards- I fessional wrestler and football player Smith: No one should be conceited. kidneys must constantly remove IUT-
; labor draft-into From May through plus fluid excess acids and other waste,
congress. He prob- September, ; Samuel Weiss of Pennsylvania, Talented people do not, need it, the matter that cannot stay in the blood
ably hopes we won't pass it. If we 1943, various government agencies a football referee who still officiatesin untalented do not deserve it H. without injury to health, there would

don't, he'll say: 'See, I give them a placed 2,706,000 volunteer farm laborers National Pro league games; and P. Estabrook: Some people's voicesare be whole better system understanding Is upset when of kidneys why fail the.

labor program and they turn me to help harvest the nation's La Vern R. Dilweg of Wisconsin, former hard to extinguish over the to function properly. I
down!l' crops. Burning,scanty or too frequent urination I
All-America footballer at Mar-
phone Joan Eden: If successdoesn't sometimes warns that something:
Well, there are the two surprises quette university.The s Is wrong. You may suffer nagging back
give you a big head, it gives ache
which are scheduled to breed othersin During' 1943 Massachusetts home- rest of the membership hails dizziness rheumatic.
you big headaches H. Balson: pains, getting up at nights, swelling.
their trail, and you and every- makers ,canned fruits and .vegetables -, from a miscellany of trades and pro- Nice have Why not try Doan't Pilltl You will
people always
trouble be
body else will interpret them in which were worth an estimated fessions, including a number of laboring finding people to be nice to them country using over.a medicine DOG,.',stimulate recommended the funs the ..
:: terms of their 900,000,000 ration points. tion of the kidneys and them ,
: your or prejudices, men, miners and mill workers help to
H. Horner She si
: didn't catch flush out poisonous waste from th.. J
':'. sharpened to a knife-edge of devo- f two 'druggistsRepresentativesCarl husband, she trapped one Rose blood. They contain nothing harmful.
tion or hatred in this year of the Every ton of scrap iron and steel Durham of North Carolina and A book Get Doan't today. Use- with confidence. "
Macauley to kill
: time for At all drug store
;, ballot. used in our blast furnaces saves two Harve Tibbott of Pennsylvaniaanda those who like it better dead J

.: What is really behind these two tons of our reserve of highgradeiron veterinarian, Congressman!; GeorgeW. Ambrose Bierce: Positive is being ; I I0 j

(V sharp and unexpected moves? It is ore. Gillie of Indiana mistaken at the, top of one's voice. ,

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I Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. The Questions 6. Which was the first planet dis
h Released by Western Newspaper Union. covered in historical times?
; t2 e 8 1. When was the American Red
h nn Cross originated?
Lesson for February 13 The Answers .:
.- 2. What new cargo is being de-
-- -, \\/' \ "'-" ?" livered abroad by ou r oil tankers? I 1. In 1866. .
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
J] ;:': Guider and copyrighted by International 3. Who was the first man to hold 2. Special devices now permit
Eating Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu Council permission.of Religious education. ; used by the post of secretary of agricul- tankers to carry as deck, cargo almost -

:'. < Assures Health A ture in a President's cabinet? all types of fighter planes
JESUS ON THE MOUNTAINAND 4. Who is and torpedo boats requiring ship-
> I For Your Family usually recognized as -
Chicken-Fried Heart ment by sea.
:, IN ,THE VALLEY the builder of the first American .
.. Creamed Potatoes 3. Norman J. .Colman under
automobile that ?
; Buttered Spinach LESSON TEXT-Mark 9:'GOLDEN : Cleveland.
Whole Wheat Rolls ,Beverage TEXT-I believe; help thou.mine 5. How long has the castle been 4. Charles E. Duryea.
r Waldorf Salad Cherry Cake unbelief.-Mark 9:24. the insigne of the United States 5. Since 1840.

"J' it i" .. engineers? 6. Uranus (in 1781). ,
Recipe Given' The vision of the mountain top

."" .... prepares the believer for service
down in the valley. "Where there is Indian Arrowhead
: have them-as or incorporatedinto
; eggs no vision the.people perish," said the Just Nose 2 drops Penetro
food. Drops In each
.,' F .. wise man of old (Prov. 29:18)). For Patchwork QuiltINTERESTING nostril help you
: Cereals and bread should be en- breathe freer almost
want of a true vision of God, a p instantly.
riched or whole grain; they're nec- knowledge of His truth, and the God- II ltf head coldnasal Relieve misery.tho

essary every day. given constraint which makes men Only 25c-2% times as-
;; : much for SOc.Caution:
The butter requirement is about give themselves in sacrificial.,service use only as directed.
2 tablespoons daily. Other foods ', the people will perish in their Penetro Noso Drops
may be included in the diet to satisfy -
the appetite and complete growthand sins.But let men come to know the

activity needs. This, of course, truth as it is in Christ, learn to know Speedy Duck Hawk
includes sweets and candies or ex- Him as the Son of God gloriousand The duck hawk can fly 180 miles

tra quantities of the above depend- powerful, and then let them an hour.

'.. Y. ing upon the activity of the body. translate their knowledge of. Chris-

One of the most important classesof tian truth and their personal spiritual -
J. t4if foods which must be included in experiences into the daily ministry TROUBLE
; -t
--- the diet are the protein' foods including : .to the needs of their fellow men,

meat, cheese, fish, poultryor and there will be songs of salvationand Pattern No. Z9594 WITH CONSTIPATION !I"
< : Meat is a first class protein food legumes. Although placed last joy.I. .

. ..; j' and deserves a high place in your on the list, they are one of the most Knowing (vv. 2-7)). patchwork is here
\\ ( diet. It's used to build and repair important and I want to talk particularly The transfiguration of Christ your doing. Arrowheads of Says Long-Time Sufferer

,: body tissues and is necessary for about them in today's column doubtless meant much to Him in color and white are held togetherby
R:; both children and adults. because two of the most importantof preparation for His coming death diamond bouquets appliqued Tried Laxative Cereal I

speaking aren't protein foods are rationed. and resurrection. It was a fore-- over' the joinings. It's, new-it's
Nutritionally we
fr ,i exactly on our toes. Doctors tell Proteins are part of every living gleam of' His kingdom glory.In different-it's the Indian Arrow- If you, too, are disappointedwith
us that nutritional cell. The body must have them if this lesson we are concernedwith head pieced quilt. pills and purgatives, be sure
to read this
unsolicited letter!
:, diseases constitute it is to grow or build or repair- the experience of the disciples "For several years I was afflicted with
our great- rather than the feelings of our Lord. Sixty-four blocks and a six-inch border common constipation. I tried various

"I" est medical problem self.Fish, poultry, cheese and meat'are Fundamental in both Christian life make a quilt of 101-inch size. The pattern remedies Several months but got ago.only I temporary started eating relief.:

-r" not from the j "first class" protein foods. Leg- and service is'a clear understandingof with accurate cutting guides and KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN each morning,

: point of view of umes, in which class we include, the person and work of Christ.. complete directions' may be had as Z9594, have drinking since water never freely had the through slightest the trouble day. I

deaths, but from roughly speaking, those plants that One may come to Christ knowing 15 cents. Send your order to: with constipation. My gratitude to KEL .
and little more than that He is the di- LOGG'S ALL-BRAN." ilr. H. M. RHey, '
disability economic in pods and consist of
J' grow navy 11 E. Division Street, Chicago, HI.
I! loss. beans, black-eyed beans, pinto vine Saviour, and one may enter AUNT MARTHA Scientists say KELLOGG'S'

':. (: You as homemakers can do much beans, kidney beans, black beans, into Christian ,living "with a meager 207W Westport Rd., Kansas City, Mo. ALL-BRAN can really "get at" a
,. .,' to give the doctors a big helping lima beans and soy beans; dried knowledge of the doctrines of the Enclose 15 cents for each pattern common cause of constipation-
,;, hand in this matter if you firmly.resolve split 'peas, peanuts Bible. But the Christian who fails to lack of sufficient "cellulosic" elements -
desired. Pattern No. ............
in the diet because
: to feed the family according and lentils, tare grow in knowledge will not grow in it is
to the rules laid down by the National what we call 1 grace as he should. Name ............................... one of Nature's elements !

Nutrition Council. The rules "second class"l The disciples came to a fuller con- Address ............................. work sources of these They
... i are few, easy to follow, and flexible i protein foods and (.!: .'J. viction that He was the Son I of God colonic by flora helping fluff up the and friendly preparethe

,-.::,' enough to fit any food budget. So, that means theydo as they saw Him transfigured and colonic wastes for easy, nat-

:, how about it, homemakers, are you an excellentjob heard the Father say, This is my ". ural 'elimination. KELLOGG'S
r;..:. .,' willing to give out a big heaping i >of.body:;,build-, beloved,,Son." doors In the Navy"bulkheads a floor is 'a",:deck down-, ALL-BRAN is not a.' purgative.
?: : plate of health to your family? ing but can't take II. Growing (v. 8)). are Doesn't "sweep you out"! It's a '
Your reward will be happier, health- the place of meat "Jesus only." He filled their stairs is "below" and a cigarette'is 'gentleacting"regulating" food.
.. "Camel. At least Camel is
f' ier and better people to live with.Here's entirely., Possible exceptions to this vision and their hearts. They had a If you have constipation of this
the favorite cigarette Navy
the guide to good eating. are peanuts and soybeans, both of' made spiritual progress as they had ,men, as it.is among among men in the type, eat KELLOGG'S ALL-
until have which considered seen His glory and heard the cOm- or
Read it over and over you are now being
and Coast Guard.
Army, muffins
Drink of
regularly. plenty
.. .- '' fastened every rule in your mind and complete proteins. mending voice of the Father.
(Based on actual sales records water. See if you, too, don't cheer
( you will automatically include food Here's our round-up of recipes to- Great experiences of spiritual re-- from service men's stores.) Anda its welcome relief! Insist on genuine -
',. from each of the classes in your day. They'll stretch meat and points newing and'power are necessary to carton of Camels is a favorite ALL-BRAN, made only by

.. .menus every day. and show you delicious ways of fix- effective life and testimony. They gift. Though there are now Post Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
:; Milk is first on the list for it's the ing the second-class proteins: may not be in outward manifestation ,Office restrictions on packages to
'."',' most nearly perfect food. See that in fact they are more often in still
overseas Army men, you can
::V V the grownups get two or more Dinner Complete. the inner recesses of the soul; but send Camels to soldiers in the NOSE MUST DRAIN ;"r-

:; glasses daily and the children have (Serves 6)) they transform men and send them U. S., and to men in the Navy, Relieve Head Cold Miseries '
: ,. three to four glasses. 2 cups sliced raw: potatoes forth to magnificent living for God. Marines, and Coast Guard wher- When head colds strike, help nose 'lflV.To .>
.. "; Vegetables fruits regulate and 2 cups chopped celery One wonders if. much of the dearthof ever they are.--- Adv. comfort drain.deartbcwayforfreerbreathind with lONDON'S NASAL JELLY. At tlrus&itt.
s.. r(} protect the body. They should not 2 cups ground beef ((1 pound) power ,in the Christian, church is : i

t .ever be skipped for they are easily 1 cup sliced raw onions not to be attributed directly to the .
J worked into the diet. Of the vegetables 1 cup finely cut
you should have two besides 2 cups cooked tomatoes The disciples had an unforgettable' 1

i' V potato, preferably one green and 2 teaspoons salt mountaintop experience. Even so -. O1

one yellow, and one of these raw. teaspoon pepper have many others found the secretof t.-,

,; Of fruits you should have'two a Place meat and vegetables in lay- power. '
: j:' day and one of these should be a ers in greased baking dish. Season Let us remember that such privi- "" $

citrus fruit or tomato.' This is a layers, with salt and pepper. Place leges are not reserved for a few,. NAVY AIR CORPS ':->-

;'. way of guaranteeing enough vitamin green pepper slices on top for gar- they 'are the birthright of every EltiThE
_.; C to the system. Vitamin C is' eas- nish. Bake in a moderate ((350-de- Christian. Power without knowledgeis they say:

:VV ily lost if cooked; that's why a citrus gree) oven for 2 hours. a dangerous and destructive thing,

fruit or tomato is required as ""..,.,=;..&",.>;=",.m "' "' 'J >. but knowledge without power is a tL:
they are usually eaten 'raw. I dead thing. bomb

;Jf Eggs are expensive right now but w w Let us study God's Word, but let
you should provide each person with ; the truth be baptized in the over-
3 to 5 per week. flowing spiritual power of a personal ,:' THE W E for following -
i ciii When the price experience with God. FLYING
In regeneration all that Christ is with men
goes down and favorite cigarette
< the .
===== for
111 and has for is made available.If "CAMEt
,' ;- we have more on us ; .
'" ',' V 'c=::::; hand give them we have not taken out our inheri in the Navy SERVICE

V ,VV :: 1 at least one a day tance let us do it at once. IN THE
>.- '. as that's pre- y F 2 .o Y+ III. Serving (vv. 17-27)). FIRST In the Nn>yNar. rf ;'neCorp ls Qune1." -,i'S a
ferred. It doesn't One of the lessons that seems hardto With men favorite cigarette
'1 r matter how you learn and to 'keep constantly ef- ?BaSSSUsale5 records.), k:' "
fective in the life of a Christian is \..

that mountaintop experiences of tifrr
Lynn Says, Vegetables and fruits belong in the spiritual uplift are not an end in
dietary daily. If possible have
but preparation for
themselves, a .
The Score Card: The vital prob- of each raw so that you can get all service. All too often we 'come to peR

lem of saving used fats so they the vitamins possible. Long cookingwill regard such times of peculiar bless-

can be utilized for explosives fallsto destroy many precious vita- ing, whether in the privacy of our PRESH '

the homemaker. Save them in mins. own room or in the great confer- A RANO 1
:+ tin cans; when you have a pound workers
Country Baked Limas. ence of Christian as some- ;
take them to your butcher, who (Serves 8) thing which should glow warmly in eXTRA

will weigh them, pay for them 2 cups lima beans our own hearts, ,making us glad in kt J
:, .. in both ahd MDN5S
points money. and not as a preparationfor
A pound bacon, cut small the Lord, '
You can save on foods if you 1 medium onion, sliced ministry to others. S

.. r."" ; V refrigerate them properly. Eggs Place lima beans, bacon and Jesus and, the disciples went up M '
for example, belong in the coldest = on- of into the WITH .J
:: ion in layers in pot. Combine the to the place prayer placeof ?. CLICK
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2 teaspoons salt
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I! heartedly in improving Florida and Probst had .an automatic rifle," Mrs Irma Jennings District Officer,
ENGLISH SEEKS schools. '"?'';'h ;j\ i tiTIS :> I related Lt. Charles W. Flanery of' LaBelle, l"Jorlda.Precinct .
No.: Three:.ough Jxivice
"Typical of the Department's administrative .,," .!.;. -':'!. ,::- :r,} -;; Dallas, Tex, leader of their Station. W. D. Hough, District Officer. ,
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r r : tx'WA LaBelle Florida.Precinct
attainments is toon "Both
the recently were firing
No. FourDaniels' Home,
REELECTION STATE announced saving of more the Japs who started using. Mrs. Dora DAniels, District Officer,
I '.
tD Denaud Florida.
than $1,000,000: in the handling of grenades.
i : I Precinct No. Five Lancaster's
free textbooks. Of all states furnishing 'd '''' "During a lull in the fighting, Home, Mrs. Addtne Lancaster, District f_
:; OF SCHOOLS I I free textbooks in grades 1 ; ..t'Z,5' : /'tt,< .ttrfj 1 Gurke turned to his friend, saying Officer Precinct, Felda.No., Florida.Six-Bussey's Store !i
; through 12, the cost of such service : ''' ; I that if the Japs attacked again to Paul Bussey, District Officer, Hook ,

is lower in Florida than in any other ': I keep up the firing and that .if a er's Sec.Point 102.09, Fla.Florida Statutes, 1941. '.
-Colin English, who is serving his state. '$. _c utr. grenade fell into the foxhole' he Registration books open at office of

:second term as state superintendent "In cooperation with county school "i1tI : I need not worry about it During and Supervisor close' April of Registration 15th. Hours, March during 7th

ttf>> public schools announced today officials a net reduction of $4,500- subsequent firing ,a Jap grenadefell which registration'' books in the sev-
indebtednesshas at the edge of the foxhole. eral election 'districts and at the officeof
000 in outstanding
that' he will qualify for reelection I Supervisor of Registration are from
:subject to the democratic. primariesin been effected. This was in the I! "Gurke dropped his weapon and i iI 1 j 900; o'clock A. M. to 12:00 o'clock M,
May.. face of the issuance of $5,000,000 in I threw his body over the grenade: and clock from P. M 2:00 each o'clock day ,except P. M. Sunday.to 5:00

have new bonds from 1937 until Pearl His action permitted Probst to keep I Sees. 102.09 and 102.17 Florida Statutes _
"It has been a privilege-
had a part in the educational ad- Harbor, or a net reduction of $9- I his weapon in operation, for itf then I I'I' Given, 1911.under my hand and seal this
vancement which has characterizedthe 500,000 in original obligations., wag badly needed. Gurke apparently 19th day of January, A. D. 1944
'I' "
Mr. "Similarly the amount required had made up his mind to do exactly (SEAL) ,
school program in Florida, : Wbi a JOHN L. HALL
commented.. I.for interest on school debts has been what he had done because he Supervisor of Registration
English !
Hendry County, Florida.
told his
friend he
trustees, reduced approximately $500,000 per would protect No. 0-Jan. 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10.
"Teachers, principals, I him. Gurke was a real, Marine. They
year or a total saving since 1937 of I I
county board members, county; superintendents in interest."I 1iA don't come any braver."
members of the Legislature I
professional and lay edu- shall not be satisfied until. our .Ct I J\.NDO'VXEUS'AOTICIJ MEETING Or

cational groups, the press, and the I teachers and other school employees Y HAVE YOU 'i'00l16IJT -' .

public have worked together-whole- .are paid salaries in keeping with Notice is hereby given that in,accordance
with the provisions of Chap-
''''''r YOUR 'J1 ter 20177, Laws .of Florida, Acts of ,

..,.....,.,- within 1941, a meeting South of Florida the owners Conservancy= of land

: "Bombs Away!" These bombs #; BONDS I'I March District 14. will 1944,be at 10 held:00_ o'clock on Tuesday A. M.,,
I at the office of the said District, in
well American "fortress
leaving ,
You are an
might asConfess City of Relic Glade, County of
somewhere over Jap installations.The Palm Beach, State of Florida, for the ....(
bombs we make today will be \' s orRegistration I1EG1s'rRn'rloN purpose of electing one supervisor for X,
South Florida Conservancy District,
dropping on German cities, Japa- for a term of three years and until his
nese islands in a very short time. books open in each successor shall be elected or appointed -
I election district Tuesday, February 8. and shall have qualified, and for
The home front must fashion them and close Monday, :March 6. During the purpose of transacting such other
and pay for them with War Bonds.U. this time the books will be at the following business. as may come before said
.S. Treasury Department places; meeting.
Precinct No. One-Alston's DrugStore W. M JEFFRIES,
Parker T. Wilson DistrIct Of- Secretary of South Florida
ficer, Clewiston, Florida. Conservancy District. '
Precinct No. Two-Jennings' Store, No. 51-Feb. 11, 18.

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