The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:01021
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1 : :t DRAINAGE DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION OF 2 Dr. Ringo's Son Shot Clewiston Precinct Gives

Down In Germany

Dr. R. L. Ringo received word the Roosevelt 2 to' 1 Lead.

first of the week that ,his son, Staff
Ben Ringo a
Sgt. a gunner ----------------- -- 0

Cd', .- Flying Fortress, had been shot down
"', : Course 20 ,Graduates,
over Germany. He and the remainder Heavy Republican Vote

;,: ': The supreme court recently validated Bids for the construction of two of the bomber' crew have Today At Riddle Field
..... Fails To. Show
the new issue of bonds by the rooming houses by the United'States been missing since October 19. No Up

i > Everglades Drainage District to the Sugar Corporation for single, white further details are known. ,.. On
Course No. 20 of Royal Air Force
; bond syndicate e. of Ranson-Davidson employees have been received and Sgt. Ringo, now' 21, ,enlisted as
cadets will be graduated at
F:. of Wichita and B. J. Van Ingen of work is expected to get underwayvery an AAF pilot and received his preliminary today
r," "New York and officers of the drainage shortly.' training at Fort Knox, Ky. 3:30 at exercises to be held at Rid- anticipated heavy Republican -

:' hoard will leave the latter part Plans call for buildings fortytwofeet From there he went to Santa ,Ana dle Field. vote for President in Clewiston

of this week for New York to effect in width and 104 feet in length, i Cat, where he. sustained a knee injury RAF officers state that the grad failed to materialize and FranklinD.

'J.. the transfer of the bonds. two stories in height with sixteen. which barred him from further uation exercises and wings parade Roosevelt's fourth term was approved -

' Mark _R. Tennant, chairman, W. rooms in each and with kitchen and : training as a pilot. He then went will be very much the same as for by almost two to one in the

"Turner Wallie, general manager, and dining room in connection. They to Harlingen Gunnery School, at past classes with Air CommodoreE. Clewiston precinct and by more

. "M. Lewis Hall, attorney, will join K. will be of frame construction with I I Harlingen, Texas, for training as an D. H. Davies making the wings than seven to one in the South

M. Throop board secretary, in New I asbestos-cement siding, built up aerial gunner. presentation.The Clewiston precinct. The Clewistonvote

; York, leaving Miami Saturday and roof and concrete pier foundation.The Dr. Ringo and his many friendsare graduates are expected to was 373 for FDR to 187 for

expect to complete the new bond two buildings will lots hoping to hear' that Sgt. Ringois leave very shortly for- assignment in Dewey and South Clewiston went
occupy a prisoner of war in Germany. the United Kingdom and will prob- 98 to 13.
deal next week.
19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 in Block 151
There will be a three-day exchange between- Ventura and Trinidad ably be replaced next week by a For United States Senator, Claude

to complete the' transfer. The new course of cadets. Pepper fared almost as well as his
Streets on the west side of Pacific.
"bond syndicate will put four and a The buildings will face, one on" MINUTES MONTHLY I Ii I chief, polling 349 votes here to 206

half million dollars for the new bondsin Trinidad and the other on Ventura, Legion to Commemorate for his opponent, Miles H. Draper,

escrow in a New York bank. The each well back on the two and a half I I Republican. South Clewiston voted

"Reconstruction Finance Corporation lot space allotted to each in orderto i MEETING OF BOARDOF Armistice Day' 101 to 12 for Pepper.

which holds $8,600,000 of old give a large, lawn in front. The Dwight L. Rogers polled 429

7 ... Everglades bonds as security for rooms will be large and comfortable, I The Clewiston post of the American -. votes here for Congressman from
'their loan of $5',300,000 will place about twelve by fourteen feet each COMMISSIONERS Legion will commemorate Ar- the new Sixth district to 121 for his

these bonds in escrow and will be and there will be a spacious lobby mistice Day with a meeting and Republican opponent, Edward W.

paid off in full with, the four and a"half and reading room in each building.The -' dinner to be held at the ClewistonInn Greb, and South Clewiston voted
million from the syndicate plus The minutes of regular monthly Saturday evening. This will 103 to 11. Millard Caldwell swamped -
quarters are badly needed -
$800,000 from the bond service fundof for the very of meetings of the board of county also be Ladies' Night and all mem- his opponent, Bert L. Acker hereas
housing single workers -
the drainage district. When this and it is expected that construction commissioners are published regularly bers are urged to bring their wivesor in the remainder of the state for
exchange is completed the district in the News, but not special escorts. For reservations call 51 governor polling 493 votes to 70 for
will receive the $8,600,000 in old may get underway next week. sessions. In the following: appears or write J. K Rogers, city. Acker and South Clewiston voted
The bids
now checked <
"bonds and expect'to enjoy an old- against the are estimates being of the the minutes of the regular November -J Those members unable to attend 1103 to 9. J. Tom Watson for attorney -

fashioned bond burning when they department to determine construction meeting held Monday instead of the dinner are invited to enjoy the general received 449 votes to 95

are returned to the West Palm Beach Tuesday which was election day; entertainment to be given at the for J. Harry Schad and in South
whether or not the building will be
office. also pick-ups from between month Sugarland Recreation Hall, begin- Clewiston the vote was 99 to 12.
done by contractor
a or by
New bonds were never issued to employees.TIGERS < sugar meetings.In ning at ten, o'clock.ALSTON The vote for the other candidateswho
company special sessions the board approved did not have Republican
; the RFC and no money was ever opposition -
paid by the district on the RFC loan the 1944 county tax roll has not as yet been learned -

dire to the fact that several Individual which was then turned over to R. and the write-In votes were very

bond holders would not agreeto ROMP OVER N. Miller, county tax collector, the TO OPEN scattered except in LaBelle where J

come under the former refunding board set a 714 millage plus district I J. W.. Powers received 52 votes forjustice _

plan und kept the issue in the courts maintenance, I & S fund, and Mon- JEWELRY STORE of the peace. '

for a couple of years. The syndicate MIAMI TEAM FRIDAYBY day Commissioners J. O. Davidson, The unofficial vote for the coun-

vas able to acquire these in- George Poole, Asa Townsend andA. ty is as follows, precincts one

dividral bonds and then effect the SCORE OF 396The. J. Evers motored to Sarasota to FIRST OF YEARD. through 'six in that order: .

refunding.. confer with the county board there President Roosevelt 373, 125, 4 '

The advantage of the new refund- regarding the exchange of road 'ma 185, 43, 49, 98, total 873 for re- ,

c '' ing i* that these individual bond ClewIstoH Tigti'sS 'romped to chines. On ,the latter no-.action was G. Alston, owner *>f' the Alston !|I election. Thomas Dewey; repubJi:2.: :

holders; are satisffedl:"a lower rate of their third straight home victory; of taken at the time. and Seminole drug stores, has an-|t can, seeking"the sa'me office, 'polled

interest, average, of 3.3per! cent the season, defeating a tricky but ,Minutes of meeting November 6 nounced ,that the- Seminole Drug De- 1187.' 34, 54, 22, 13, total 322.
is obtained from are as follows: United States Senator Claude
the syndicate outclassed St. Peter and Paul eleven partment Store will be closed on I ,
against the 4 The Board of County Commis- Pepper 349, 127, 179, 46. 48 101
per cant of RFC and from Miami last Friday night by a December 31 to be immediately reconverted ,
the bonds have callable features score of 39-6. sioners of Hendry County, Florida, into a jewelry and gift total 850 for reelection. Miles '

after two :years which will enable convened in regular session at the store. The new business will openas I Draper, republican, 206, 32, 59, 18,
the district, if full advantage is The Saints took the ball on the courthouse in LaBelle', Florida, on soon' as the necessary conversion 13, 12, total 340.Representative .

taken of this callable feature, to opening kick-off and marched to theTigerg' (Continued on Page 8) work can be done. I fr sixth district,

liquidate the four and a half million twelve yard line where the The drug store will be reopenedfor ; 'I Dwight L. Rogers, democratic nominee -

dollar 'indebtedness in sixteen years. Tigers held. Clewiston took over, New Hotel Manager one week, however, after the 429. 128, 190, 49, 48, 103,

I Governor Holland, in a story released and after an exchange of punts the beginning of the new yea for a sale total 947. Edward W. Greb, republican -

to Sunday papers, told the Tigers marched to a touchdown on Arrives On WednesdayJ. of as. much of the surplus stock ,as 121, 27, 46, 13, 0, 11, total
4 a series of running plays. The try
story of the entire Everglades indebtedness possible. As much of the stock as 218.For
for the extra point failed. I
('r settlement and considers In the second the M. Stout, Jr., arrived in Clew- possible will be taken to the other Governor, Millard Caldwell,
this one of the most forward steps Tigers I iston Wednesday from Evansville, store but there will be a great many I' democratic nominee, 493, 139, 211,
during his administration. pushed over two touchdowns, one 53, 51, 103, total 1,050. Bert L.
It was Indiana, to take over the manage- items which cannot be accommodated -
Governor Holland who, soon after on a fifty-yard jaunt from scrim- ment of the Clewis ton Inn succeed- there which will be sold at bar- :j i Acker, republican, 70, 20, 28, 10,
}! lie took office in 1941, made friends mage and the other on a series of who gain prices. ]110, 9, total 147.
short The half ended with ing J. C. Wilson resigned a
: with H. C. Rorick, who represented passes. couple of weeks ago and returned to New wall cases have been orderedto =! Attorney General, J. Tom Watson,
the Tigers 19 to 0. i
( the bond holders committee and leading Miami. replace the fountain in the pres- I 1{'democratic nominee, 449, 133, 195,

with whom the drainage board had Waldron Early in broke the off third tackle quarter Marty Mr. Stout is a resident of Prince- ent place of business and new floor I 49, 50, 99, total 975. J. Harry "..

been unable to make a settlement. and raced ton, Ky., but for some time has been cases will be installed in a horse Shad, republican, 95, 22, 30, -9, 9,
I fifty-five yards for the'Tigers' fourth :
Through this friendship Governor I score. manager of the Hotel McCurdy of shoe shape after the stock and drug ,J 12, total 177.

\, Holland was able to break down the the Van Orman chain at Evansville.He fixtures are removed. These cases Amendments _
barriers and complete the' negotiations The Clewis ton second team took has previously managed a hotelin will be of the most modern design I'No. 1-For 184, 30, 28, 14, 4, 3,

b ) which led to the first settle over early in 'the fourth quarter and his home town in Kentucky; and for jewelry store use.: A' new tile total 263. .

ment plan.Ration. St. Peter and Parfl pushed over a was, for some time, assistant man- floor will also be laid. I Against 56, 16, is, 9, 6, total ,

-- touchdown on three completed passes ager of the Roosevelt in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Alston p an to leave j. 106. ._ ;
I Board Completes and several well executed fake shortly for New York to buy stock j,No. 2--For 148, 12,. 19, 4, 1, 3, to-
;i reverses. The second team, led ville.Mrs. ] tal 187.
by Stout did not accompany him for the new store which will carry j I
t Issuance of "A" Books Buddy Trice, Russ Owens and Gil- to Florida, being detained by illnessof jewelry, novelty goods and gift Against 92, 28, 18, 16, 7, 7,
i bert McLeod, showed excellent formin I total 168.
goods in all price
relatives, but expects to join him ranges.
1 All applications for new "A" marching sixty-five yards forClewlston's here soon. Plans are not as yet complete but j'No, 3-For 190, 27, 31, 15. 6, 3,
fifth score. total '
' provide in the future for converting.
gasoline ration books, received by The Tigers' final score came in r the back room, formerly used as a |I Against 48, 11, 9, 7, 4, 6, total f
the rationing board, have been fill- Mrs. Durst To Open
the closing minutes of the game on package store, into a store for! 84.No.4For.
" 'r ed and mailed according to the announcement a pass from Waldron to Pape. ClassMrs. sporting goods and photographic 185, 33, 29, 9, 7, 6, total .
t. '1 yesterday of "Mrs. V. C. (Continued on 'Page 8)) supplies. 269. '
t Woodward, chief clerk. Volunteers I
----- The Jewelry store will have a full- Against 47, 7, 12, 14, 4, 5, total .
who assisted In
Issuing the uew E. W. Durst announces this 89. '
Men and Missions time repair watches -
books man for jewelry,
were Mrs. Charles Pirkle, Mrs. i week that she will begin a kinder- No., 5-For {
; ., and glasses as soon as one can 228. 53, 60, 27, 19, 32,
:1 9 Ed J. Lehnerd and Mrs. Walter Sunday To Be Observed garten class at the Community Center be obtained, Mr. ,Alston stated I total 419. ,

: Vaughn. I library room, on November 20 I Against 121, 25, 20, 13, 9,- 11, ;
C. E. Miner, chairman of the November 12th and who
mothers of the community I total 199.
board I Kiwanis Club Elects _
states that the white
mileage are interested are asked to bring No. 6-For 136, 23, 22, 11, 3, 9, r
i record sent to automobile owners !,. their children there thai morning at total
I takes The fourteenth annual observance New Officers At 204: : T
owners the place of' the old
\ of Men and Missions Sunday, scheduled -:nine o'clock.Because Against 113, 16, 16, 10, 6, 3,
tire used inspection when application record. is This will be for November 12, will have the j'I of the limited space the Meeting WednesdayThe (Continued?' on rage 8) '_.
made for number will
i in the class be limited
additional support and participation of more _____ I:
gasoline and
:I, f.1' a tires. than 60,000 churches representing I I I to twenty members and hours for Kiwanis: Club elected R. C. Boys Of Eighteen 1
36 denominations I the class will be between 8:45 a. m. .
\\ 1 or communions. Wilson as president for the -
Baptist Church HasExpansion and 11:45. Mrs. Durst plans to I Urged To
An increase than Register
I more thirty per 1945 and G. H. Brown as vicepresident "J
make it a class largely for five year .
rent in denominational
participation at the meeting of the
i \ Program olds but will consider a few in the I '
over 1943 has been assured. club at the Inn Wednesday evening. Because of the fact that there have :4
I 1 ---- I The Laymen's Missionary Move- four-year_ group.Christmas The new board of directors, also been no registrations at the officeof i
Rev. H. Meador, pastor of the ment, which sponsors the observ- ---- I elected, are: M. M. Prewitt J. W. the Selective Service Board in j

'i First Baptist Church, announces this ance, reported through the local Seals May Ezelle, E. L. Stewart, D.' C. Han- several weeks the board feels that It 1

; week that construction has been resident chairman, Rev. H. C. I cock, B. E. Thompson, C. E. Mar- is necessary to remind eighteenyearolds -.. ::::1
started on twelve by fourteen I Be Purchased Now .
a foot Meador that the day will take on tinez and J. E. Beardsley.The that it is just as necessary that
"building just behind the church to international significance, with board of directors will select they register when reaching this age 4

:,..... :; he used as Sunday School room and nearly 8,000 chaplains in all thea- l Although the Christmas Seal campaign a secretary-treasurer but it is i as it has ever been. .-i

;i for general purpose building. ters of the war bringing Men and does not officially] begin until likely that W. N. Martin will againbe Any young men who have reached .
The buildIng Is of frame construction Missions Sunday messages to sol- I November 20, seals are now on sale selected for this position. the age of eighteen and have -j

and Is being built by membersof diers, sailors, and marines. I at the Clewiston News office and forgotten to register should do so at 1

the congregation. is hoped The theme for the day will be, may be obtained there at any time I Florida lost 834 persons from the earliest possible moment. '"
that it will be finished this week "Rebuilding with Christ, the Hopeof between nine and five o'clock Monday tuberculosis during 1943. Tuber- The board is now classifying all

and be ready for use the coming the World." Admiral C. W. through Thursday or, from culosis is both curable and preventable registrants past the age of '38 into

Sunday. (Continued on Pap 8) I mine to twelve Friday the Class 4-A.



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Drop Rescue Ships .s; Gems of Thought

Equipped for 36 PeopleWhen ,

IF A man finds himself with

survivors of torpedoed bread in both hands, he

ships and ditched planes cannot be 'iTSWNU should exchange one' loaf for
rescued in other ways, a United -- some flowers since the loaf

States AAF plane now drops to TIlE STORY TIIUS FAR: Zorle Corey and gave the driver a bill. "Take in a clear perspective. Paul was feeds the body, but".flowers feed. '
boat called bad a date with Paul Duncan, her fiance, this her because the soul.
wherever she
them, by parachute, a young lady wantsto not cross because of but
the Flying Dutchman, says Col which she feared she could not keep, as go," he directed.He of his grandfather:=Admiral Truthcrushed to earth shall rise
her employer's wife had asked her to
lier's. Weighing 3,000 pounds and personally distribute, 30 Invitations for gazed at Zorie, as if he were Oliver Hazard Perry Duncan, re again {
holding about 36 people, this boat her tea next week. Zorie tried to get troubled about her, then he slowly tired, who had, Paul had often mentioned The eternal years of God are hers; j
carries food, clothing, radio, water her fiance by phone at his boardinghouse nodded his head, and said, "It's the most maddening way of But Error, wounded, writhes with
still, fishing tackle and blood but failed. She feared ho would high time you stopped being so gaga dropping without warning on ,his pain, i
plasma; also sails, two engines: scold her for not being punctual. Look isn't it, baby? Good luck!" twelve scattered grandchildren And dies" atndng his worshippers. I
and a large supply of gasoline. Ing down at a burnished Buddha: on her He closed the door. The taxi upsetting their lives with his impossible There is nothing for a man to

When the Flying Dutchman hits that desk she she might made be three whisked wishes to,a one leisurelyland being started and Zorie fell back againstthe demands. He was a patriarch live for unless' there is also i

the water, a mechanism sets off of palms and jade green seas and of seat with a gasp. of theold, school, a tyrant. He something for which he is will ,
smokepots to mark its location delightful people too gallant to take advantage She was furious again, partly at was one of the richest sugar planters ing: to die for. s

and fires rockets which carry meekness.. Later she calledat what he had said, partly because theliveliest in Hawaii and-when one of his To realize the future one must ,; ,!
long buoy lines to assist survivorsin her employer's home and picked tip episode of her life had end- grandchildren opposed him, he understand the past. i i i
the Invitations. She was tempted to buy would make references to i!
the vague
reaching boat. ed, and she was returning to reality.
stamps for the whole lot and mail them. drawing new will and leavinghis
up a
His mystifying spell was broken. i iI
Nothing remained of him but his millions to charity. I

i MONEY CAN'T BUY CHAPTER II deed and 'its consequences to her- Zorie understood all this, yet, she
aspirin, faster-acting, more dependablethan ; nothing but her knocking knees, her reasoned, Paul should not have tak- RELIEVE
St. Joseph Aspmn
: world's genuine largest pure seller at 10*. Why pay The next instant, as she started to banging heart, her burning cheeks en it out on her. Paul was often 'T"C ,

more? Big 100 tablet size for only 35)5.6KInff ). giggle over her rebellious impulse, and her rapid breathing. inconsiderate.
she unexpectedly burst into tears. "Home, Miss Corey?" the driver Just then the doorbell rang. '

She leaned against the telephonepole said. A tall, lanky youth with worried OiDS'mier; .
She recognized him as a graduateof brown Zorie FAt j
and sobbed, with her bag dan eyes was at the door.
r gling from one hand, the cellophane- several years back for whom she concealed her disappointment, and bedtime rub throat chest and back

--..:; ;- 1-' wrapped packet of invitations limply had once copied a term paper. laughed anyway. For here was a with Vicks VapoRub to ease coughing
ra 'O' .:;\ held in the other. "Yes, Don," she replied, and won man whose disposition needed loosen up the phlegm,help relieve
dered what she would say to Mrs. Hoff- gestion in upper bronchial tubes: ,invite -
smoothing. He Jimmy
Suddenly a man's deep, resonant Folsome. was restful sleep. Relief comes as VapoRub
.. AU RlxhU Rwmd. brower, junior majoring in econ,
!: r tara SfadlcftU. "Don't
voice said banteringly, cry, The door into the kitchen was open PENETRATES to bronchial
and upper
she knew that he was making
HOW QUINTUPLETS my pretty; I'll buy your violets. and Zorie saw the usual stack of tubes with its special medicinal vapors
pretty bad weather of several)
She looked up and saw him dirty dishes in the sink-Aunt Han- courses. STIMULATES chest and back surfaces
promptly relieve coughing of through: twin waterfalls of tears. He nah's luncheon and supper dishes. like a warming poultice.
had appeared magically from no- With her senses sharper than usu "Come in, Jimmy. Often by morning most of the mis

CHEST COLDSWond2 where. He might have sprung out al, Zorie looked about the small, "You know a lot about econ," ery of the cold is gonel RemembeiOPiLYVAPORUBGiYesYouthisspe-

of the ground. He, too, was leaning Jimmy said anxiously. "If you, see ,
ul for Grown-ups, Tool against the pole. He was look- /S.y, :. anything wrong, just sort of fix it, cial double action. l t's time-tested '., .

Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold- ing down at her. There was something will you, as you go along?" home-proved...the best-knownhome
their chests,throats and backs are rubbed .ti "
with Musterole. So Musterole must be languid and lazy and perpetu- '.S T+. "Yes, Jimmy." remedy m p. M
justaboutthe best cold-relief you can buy! ally relaxed about him, yet there -' I GM'F.r "Could I have, it in the morningfirst ing fore1ievV v U A ncl R S
stainless P 0 U a
how white,
Just see promptly was a hint that, with sufficient provocation thing?"
Musterole relieves coughs, sore throat,
aching chest muscles due to colds-how he might go suddenly into rf r!f t "Yes. Drop by and pick it up."
breathing becomes easier-how fast con- action. : ,
geslion in upper bronchial tract, nosa He was a big man of about thirty, H} s He was as grateful as a puppy- All I IN"'?-FAGGED OUT?
break Such
and throat begins to up the nice, not the Toby, kind of
blessed comfort! In 3 strengths: Chil with a big head of cprly hair abovea
dren's Mild, Regular and Extra Strong. big sunbrowned face. Everythingabout puppy. Do you feel 'all in" and ready to sleep
him was outsize-his shoulders As she typed Jimmy Hoffbrower'sterm after a day's work? Would you like to
paper, swiftly and accurately, get rid,of that tired feeling and join in
his hands, his mouth. It was %
'i the fun--have abundant pep and vital
making corrections of all sorts
a mouth .r : ;: as
symmetrically sculptured ity? Maybe your system lacks certain
With the cleanly defined, perfectly she went along, her mind was busy elements such as Iron, Iodine, Calciumand
Buddha. with matters pertaining to herself.It Vitamin B-1, the so-called "pep" .
matched of X
lips a
vitamin. VITA-BERLES, the high-po ,
; never occurred to Zorie that she
Zorie lifted her face and the light tency treatment combining'all these elements
7 had a rather remarkable mind; thatit and providing 1500 USP units of
HOUSEWIVES : fell upon it. The strange man stared.He "' arK might be considered something of vitamin B-1 daily, may be just what you

jerked his head back. a feat to correct and type flawlesslya need for a happier, healthier, romantic
Your Waste Kitchen Fats "Hey!" he said softly. His voice < sentence that had contained one life especially if you're over 40.-Try
VITA-BERLES today. Just $1.00 a box
Are Needed for Explosives sounded breathless. "What the devil. misspelled word, two mistakes in at your druggist or order direct from
are you doing here?" punctuation and a grave error: in VITA-BERLES SALES CO.

TURN 'EM IN! Zorie was bewildered. For a moment reasoning while she was wonderingwhat 2175' Station H Cleveland, Ohio.

this man had acted as if he she would say to Mrs. Fol

knew her, as if his glimpse of her f : some tomorrow.

face had shocked him. Then she Now and then through her mind ., je
f Happy Relief WhenYou'r realized that he )vas shocked by the r like bright ''arrows went thoughts of

woe in her face. '%' i ( the strange mysterious man to ARTHRITIS NEURITIS': e

Sluggish! ,Upset "And I hadn't even the courage," lt whom she had babbled in the rain, Get Mcndcnhall's Number 40 from your

r Zorie concluded, laughing, "to ring his magical appearance beside her, druggist or by mail postpaid for $1.25.
Money back if first bottle fails to saris(,.
the bell again and ask that maid' y as if he were an ultra-modern Aladdin
" for an umbrella. T a ) when she had rubbed-what?
He was nodding. He smiled slowly j/ The telephone pole? And she again Evanivillo, Indian

and mysteriously. "Always, in } r 1 wondered why he had pulled her f

;_ case of doubt," he said in his deep, ;. f't behind the pole when the green sedan

laconic voice, "obey your first im { .f had come along.

pulse. Since you haven't obeyed Aunt Hannah, sighing with weariness STOMACH"STRESS

-. yours, I will now obey mine." "Hey," he said softly, "what the from the walk from her backyard -

l 1 1 He reached down and took the devil are you doing here?" garage to the living-room, k
w li packet of invitations out of her hand. came in at about ten-thirty, pausedin
t I Before she could stop him, he had fussy, overstuffed living-room. It the alcove doorway and said indifferently r.

stripped off the cellophane, had torn looked untidy. Ashtrays were full. "Oh, so you're working.
WHEN CONSTIPATION makes yon feel the thirty invitations lengthwise, had The room had a,stale, smoky smell. Did you feed Toby?"
r punk as the dickens, brings on stomach .
r' upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take i placed the two pads of white strips She glanced automatically at the "Yes, darling, some of that pink -
Dr.Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly together, had torn them across, and onyx clock on the mantel. The time stuff he loves so," Zorie answered, nfd
pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and I had tossed the snowy quarters into shocked her. It was almost eight- meanwhile catching that familiar offender i

help you feel bright and chipper again. the trash basket. thirty. Paul had said he would drop "seper te," as it went by,
a DR. CALDWELL'S'the wonderful senna I at He have Relieve the distress of an upset stomach
:, laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep Zorie gasped and delivered at that around eight. might and wondering if the mysteriousman
sin to make it so easy to take. moment a small shriek of dismay.At called and, not finding her home, in the, rain was really a with soothing PEPTO-BiSMOLf

' } MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations that instant, a disembodied red gone away, furious. psychologist and; if so, or if not, if Many doctors recommend PEPTO-
in prescriptions to make the medicine more face appeared in the doorway of Professor With a whimper of dismay, she he had told Mrs. McGonigle, and if BISMOL because it's pleasant-tasting
i palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure McGonigle's house and a ran to the telephone She called Mrs. McGonigle had already told non-alkaline' and non-laxative. Ask
your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. his boarding-house. He was out still. your 'druggist for PEPTOBISMOLwhen
shrill, irascible voice cried: "Hey! Mrs. Folsome, and what Paul would '.
INSIST ofmillionsfor50yearsandfeelthatwhole-ON DR.CALDWELL'S-thefavorite Come here, dammit!" "It's high time," he had said, say about it when he heard. your stomach is upset.

Eome relief from constipation.Even finicky "Aye, aye. sir!" the tall man an "you stopped" being so ga-ga, isn'tit Aunt Hannah, sighing, went upstairs ,.,., A NORWICH PRODUCTIt's IL
children love it. swered. baby? and to bed. -

CAUTION: Use only as duetted.oa' Then a strange thing happened.The It was indeed, baby. As she staredat One detail of Zorie's problem was
her tired blue they grevsharper.
eyes, '
grabbed Zorie and
man pulled : cleared up a few minutes later when
Behind them
DR. CAlDWELL'S8EmlA her behind the telephone pole. A resolutionwas the phone rang. Mrs. Folsome'ssaccharine 'r
forming. Here was a girl who
sedan the kind : ,
you do : voice said, "I just called, F ;
some day, going some-
with driver, for so much an hour, I
lAXATIVE thing drastic! The day was coming dear, to make sure you'd delivered
along "
vas coming Maple
all the invitations.
;,; when one, not even Paul, was
no go-
Street making plopping sounds it
CONUINED1N IN SYRUP PEPSIN 'her around. Caught unprepared, Zorie's agile '
vent through puddles. A man and ing to push' IP f lst
; of her brain tried franticallyto
v ; someone else-perhaps another man, The vehemence thoughtsput young con
;,, perhaps a woman-were sitting in color into her cheeks, brillianceinto coct a lie that would cover every- t
'tl+' ,' the tonneau. her eyes. thing. i
i "I'll tell them! No one's going to For one mad moment she was I
j The man was leaning forward, \ "
looking out the opened window at push me around any more! I'm sick tempted to say, "Yes, dear Mrs.
Professor McGonigle's house. Then of it, do you hear?" Folsome, they were all delivered to

,: he turned his head and looked in The telephone rang. She turnedso the trash basket on your corner."
Zorie's direction. She saw his face rapidly she twisted her ankle and She said feebly, "Yes, Mrs. Fol- a fact The amount of nitrogen
clearly and she caught the glint of bumped a chair with her knee. some." That was all. Period. added to the soil by legume

the street light in his eyes and she Limping, she ran. "That's just splendid, dear! I hope cover crops can be boosted as muchas
It Pul. The very sound of didn't feet wet." 75 Ibs. per acre by inoculatingthe
,, saw, for just an instant, the small was you get your with NITRAGIN that
, seed
: voice had the same effect on her "
:, r. white scar on his dark face It was 'his "Oh, no.. about 12 an acre.Tests show
1. about an inch under his left eye. that oil has on a ruffled sea. "That's just splendid! Good night, well costs-inoculated legumes can add
Her tears became tears of glad dear!"
She only caught that glimpse of up to 125 Ibs.of nitrogen per acre, .
ness. "Good night, Zorie said thickly.She but uninoculated legumes fre
him because as the sedan
green "Darling!" she caroled. hung up the receiver and fell quently rob the soil of this valu
went by the'man behind her maneuvered
, "Zorie, where the devil have you back in the, chair. able plant food.
her by the shoulders so
been? I've been trying to get you-" She, jumped up and began to walkup INOCULATE VETCH,CLOVERS,LUPINES,

,'; ',., Give good-tasting tonic that between: the her telephone and the pole car.was always "I'm so ." she began. and down the crowded little liv WINTER PEAS WITH NITRAGIN
"I'll be late," he said, curtly. ing-room, trying to calm herself. She Farmers NITRAGIN is good,
many doctors recommend When it 'was halfway down the "That grandfather of. mine just needed, for the state she was in, a cheap crop say insurance. It makes

block, the strong, warm hands on popped into town. I've been tryingto word that would combine hectic and bigger, surer yields. Its selected,
4.; Valuable Scott's Emulsion helps children her shoulders relaxed. get away. I wanted to bring my frantic Hantic? No- tested strains' of legume bectcria
r,",:..' ... promote proper growth, strong bones, "Okay," he said softly. "Taxi!I" dissertation around." frectic! are produced in the most modern
\ : I sound teeth! Contains natural A & D he yelled. "Is it done?" she cried."I She returned to her typing and laboratory of its kind. Get NI
,:, Vitamins-elements all children need. So" The taxi turned around and came made so many mistakes she had t4; TRAGIN where you buy seed.
{, ,:. Blether-give Scott's daily the year over. It had been parked all this don't know, he answered in recopy a page. Look! for the yellow on.
"" time she realized in front of Professor the same cross way. "I was up to the doorbell u ,
s fo"' ,, 'round.Buy at all druggists t At eleven-thirty, rang / .
McGonigle's house. Professor my ears in it when that old pest again. She opened the door with

Y;!,. McGonigle was the head of the found me. I'll be over as soon as none of her previous joyousness,
R' o o Department of Psychology.The I can. Goodby. with no laughter on her lips. Her rt

r o mysterious young man opened He hung up hair was disarrayed, and ,her face Writt for free booktels l
the door and said "Get in." Zorie Zorie looked at the receiver in her was shiny with theoil, of panic and -y'r -how to grow belle'

I got in and sat down, expecting him hand, and her eyes were quite dry. honest effort. w--r votch.PM ,cloreryefGiNE
(TO BE CONTINUED) HITRAGIN co.. 3g00 H. Booth St,Mlhwukei 12,Wte.I .
to follow. He glanced at the meter She was seeing things, once more,


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An Jre-ish Response to Lavish Ostrich and Fine Feathers

Mrs. G. B. Shaw's Bequest

;I Reception to Mrs. George Ber- ,Bespeak New Elegance in Hats

nard Shaw's bequest of a fund to
teach the Irish social graces ,was

not too enthusiastic by the Irish. I CHERIE NICHOLAS A bag of salt' may be used in Once food has started to boil,
Typical American-Irish commentwas By place of a hot water ,bottle in a turn down the flame. It does not
that the Irish were cultured I pinch. Heat the, salt on a skillet, need a large flame to keep it boiling
"when the people Mr. and Mrs. then pour it back into the bag .

Shaw descended from were shar- and use. -.-

ing bones with the troglodytes in -0-' Place brown sugar in a mason .
the caves of England." Low temperature is the secretof jar while it is still soft, and it will ;

One aggrieved Irishman broke tender eggs. Too high tem- keep that way.
perature or extended cooking time -.-
into verse. In a few lines "To Mrs.G. .
B. S. in heaven," he demanded, toughens the protein in the egg. When hanging up the wash, hangone
-0- pillow slip with the
as follows: open end
When ribbons need pressing, up. When taking down wash put
We Irish need manners? The best of us- remove the lid from a hot tea- all small pieces in that pillow slip,
t .J And even the worst cannot see kettle, and draw the ribbon back then when sprinkling clothes you '!

Why you should be judgin the rest of us and forth over the steam, holdingthe will not need to sort out small !

R' By what you observed in G. B. ends fi'rmly.Army pieces. \

::1' -

rr:r, Navy AirwaysThe .ti

U. S. army and navy are J
assigned and use a total of 4,387 '

C l r41t radio frequencies, 2,646 of which / ,.r..lI
RUBBER have to be shared with other gov- '

4 ernment agencies and private r ,,J
t J organizations. I ttl
:tlx tl

Check your tire pressure before Crispness you can hear ,'1

inflating and save tire 3
.I mileage and troublesome flats :: ,",r;

Transportation.urges the Office A of passenejsr DefenseI I ft ?i -,',/

,car tire that is 3 pounds below :
the lowest of its running ,
mates can be suspected of -j
having an undisclosed punc- '
& .) ture. Five pounds' varianceis RICE KR1SPUES ;
allowed in truck tires. x 3, n sJiitpiyf .

Ordinarily statistics are dull, but -The Grains are Great r.-16K'.t& ,, '
here are some that are significantwhen .,
you consider that a 6.00 x : Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal the :\' .i
16 passenger car tire weighs about whole ripe grain in nearly all the :
22 pounds There are 60,000
L protective food elements declared :
pounds of rubber In a battleship '
essential to human nutrition. ;.;;;
55,195 pounds In an aircraft carrier iw ,
without plane complements;4,358 e
pounds In a destroyer 65,000 made all of pasted ostrich. Rated
pounds In a submarine. among tiny hat favorites is a model
that is not much, more, than a poufof
rfP7f ostrich. On the head it looks
THERE is much talk this season
much like a pompom tilted right
in regard to current fashion hav-
over the brow. Then there is little
... a
ing recaptured the elegance, the romance -
.)/ black felt skullcap with a single '
and the "lovely lady" look r s
long plume falling with subtle pvIr
such as held sway in the opulent I
toward the back. 5gaL5e4
Edwardian age. See the new fall and I label yeast-
There is indication that
winter hats with their lavishment of I every
more lovely ostrich will be this
ostrich and feathers fine and ,
gay 'vitamins
season than for It is being them
and you will get some idea of what : flake
made into brief shoulder
it's all about. I up capes the y
for evening. The ostrich boa is also MppFINs rsyeast
This to' ,
urge among designers staging a revival. Evening bags RAISED '
achieve the look of importance that will be made either entirely' of ostrich -
hats used to have in the long, long ,V 1 ,
or will take on an ostrich accent 1 cup tnSrnns sugar 2 eggs flour ,
J, ago, most especially in the early 1 of some sort. Gloves are also teu ,y

80s, ,is reflected in ,just such glamorous -'I' ensembled with hats and bags in ttSSSSWegSffiSg ootla dds '
and imposing headgear as
I that they are ostrich -' trimmed. an d about
shown in the accompanying illustra I' Gala evenings will call for a clusterof \ sca 1dmllkr add suewatm Water oderately stiff batter.Bea draft,un liEht d let 3e

tion. In the romantic be-plumed ostrich tips to add a beguiling a s n Sour t e Warm Place'fans h f 'a 395F '
-Buy War Savings Bonds- portrait hat pictured, Sallie Victor oven
touch to the coiffure, or perhaps to cover andlef llmuffin dente
tells of the dawn of a new era of be
worn as a corsage.
AT FIRST elegance interpreted through a gracious -I Ostrich, however, is not completely g again, ab0,M t es y., >: "Fz rb

IIGN OF A use of gorgeous ostrich plumes. : "stealing the show" for just as ,
.1) The hat itself is a superfine black felt attractive a use is being made of
0 ... with a profile brim, manipulated in I fine novelty feathers. The limelight < ?
an artful mood which spells flatteryfor is hat and muff
especially on en- r/>.".
() *
the x:
USE666 wearer. sembles as here shown. The voguish
The ostrich-trimmed hat is not, hat-plus-muff set pictured to the left iX ixxx<> I I*, ?* ,
however, confined to large portrait is made of vulture feathers worked
n Cold Preparations as directed effects. Milliners are making a very into fur-like swirls. In fact, at first

special feature of practical, wear- glance the ensemble looks as Lf
able daytime hats that are either made of fur. This type ranks style-
conservatively ostrich-trimmed or high this season, and worn with A

the neat tailored suit or untrimmed J

\ I fur coat, it's, stunning.In .

I Striking New Coat I, the new millinery showings,
you will come across goodlookinglittle
suit hats made of fancy feathers -flBff/ ',. ,

typical of this new trend. For Clip and paste on a penny
$1A; P1k 4 this chic chapeau the designer ar- post card for your free Name ,II

') ranges ,with superb artistry a flockof copy of revised Fleischmann'snewly "The Bread }
is .e ifs, i4Ei pert little birds in shaded gray Basket." Dozens of easy Adder l
l.x I R, recipes for breads, rolls,
feathers. The base of the hat is a desserts. Address Standard I
head-curving calot of gray felt. You ,.S Brands Incorporated,

will find this a very suitable hat to 477 Grand, New Central York Annex 17, N., Box Y. _ZoneKoNOW ,_
wear with the new costumes that are

in gray wool, for gray is big color r
\ news this fall.

If you have been storing away 0
ostrich plumes waiting for the fash- !
1 ion pendulum to swing back to them,

4. I now watchful is your chance waiting.to Unwrap reap rewardfor your 'f_ S See This Hew Heater (

IJ hoarded treasure from its protective S. 1r:,
WHEN PURITAN coverings and lose no time in, plac-
t MAID, HEARD MILES STANDISH'S ing it into the hands of your favorite

I PROPOSAL FROM JOHN ALDEN, : milliner, under whose magic touch
: SHE ASKED,"WHY DON'T YOU and creative genius it will come into
SPEAK FOR YOURSELF, JOHN?' its own once more. You might like Don't Wait

to know that even that 'oldtime Until ColdWeather

favorite, the willow plume, is back :" 1'J
with t
us once more.
Newspaper Union.
Released by Western

NU-M/UD ON THE FAMOUS CARTON. Mexican Brick Is New Tint '4

,1 SHE SYMBOLIZES All the bittersweet, ginger tan and I E '
warm toast and beige tones that
\ Model 520 If you need new beating equipment, don't wait
team charmingly with the
THE ONLY" MARGARINE up so until cold weather comes to get it. See the amazing .
i. CERTIFIED BY ITS hew autumn browns are in high u it s lINE0. WARM MORNING Coal Heater while your dealer 1.
1 MAKER TO BE'TABLEGRADE" ; favor this year. The newest shade has it in stock. i
admitted into the fashion color r Amazing Interior Construction-Only in WARM
group is Mexican brick that par- N MORNING will you find the amazing interior cone *
This fall greatcoat by Anthony takes of warm russet hues with a e i R suction principles(protected by patentswhich have
Blotta is inspired by the one worn tangerine accent. brought such remarkable heating efficiency to bun
! + by Napoleon. Designed in ginger g n b dreds of thousands of users throughout America. It
l The mellow, fresh flavor of wool, it has sleeves that are triple- c is the only heater of its kind in the world.
Nlf'MAID, is for
preferred table
by millions of housewives. It's a favorite use banded in black sequin embroidery, Formal Shoes SparkleGlitter Holds 100 Lbs.of Coal-The WARM MORNING
:1: for cooking the patterning of which combines the gives the accent to eve- i uP. requires less attention than most furnaces.Burns any
: S S
kind of coal Semi-automatic, -
coke magazine
motifs of the "
and Napoleon "N
pStruWO ,
season* the ning shoes. Great interest is expressed feed. You need start a fire but once a year.
\I f- tng, tool I crown and, the bee, his fetish in sparkling trims among Heats all day and all night without refueling. The
,:; symbol. With it a tricorne is worn women who want them to wear with I F-- home is WARM every MORNING regardless of the
\I which is reminiscent of the famous dinner and theatre gowns when the lltratiOA oat weather.- Equipped with automatic draft controL
Napoleonic version. There is that social season gets under way. The Mill 520 SEE YOUR DEALER-Have him show you all the advantages
about this coat which brings it into O S.fat.No, maxi mat. of the genuine WARM MORNING Coal Heater. (V/-H2)
ornaments include grosgrain bows
117471. nd C.n P t Mo.tOlUK '
the realm of this season's fashionable edged in beads, rosettes of beads ). Nan.OB r K t .Off IrTD.8.ud LOCKE STOVE COMPANY. 114 W. 11th St Kansas City,6,Mo.r .

I ,: I tunic silhouette. and many sequin-covered whimsies.


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The CIcwitton News exactly where his man would be' France. I ":CARD -OP THANKS ", Westminster. Fellowship meeting '
like '- m. Do Christians
The score should be something at 6:00: p. "What h
this: Clewiston 13, Palm Beach 6. Lt. Bob Beardsley at Fort Bragg,I The Richaud family wishes to extend Believe?" is the subject for study :

Published every Friday In Clewiston, N. C., had a little piece of hard l their sincere thanks and ap- and discussion. fi.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. luck recently. While in the field on r preciation to everyone who so kind- : You are' cordially invited to worship '?\

tnc. maneuvers the officers' barracks in ly lent a hand when their home was I with us. :.

which he resided, was destroyed by threatened by fire. :
Entered as second class mall matter With fire. Bob was left without any ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL ,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In ii
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of clothing except that he was wearing ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC CHURCH

March 3, 1897. and the few little items whichhe CHURCH ,:
-- had taken with him. One of his Fr. T. J. Geary, Pastor !i Services every sunday: at 8:30 )' :.
:M Our a. m., at Clewiston Community !
Boys worst losses number of books -
CARR SETTLE, Publisher F was a 7 1 I Church. ':
---- which will be almost irreplaceable. Sunday Mass at 9:00: a. m., the -
I Rev S. D. Mason, Rector
Subscription Rate ?i.50 Per Tear -- I! first two Sundays of each month; I i
in tefr4Service the last two Sundays of each month
Advertising Rntea On Application. a r Junior G. A.'s Met I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAIDt ;
mass will be held at 11:00: a. m. The

With Iris Ann WrightThe j second Sunday of each month will I :.-:.-:.-:.-:.:. .. ...NNNNNNN. .... . ... f f.0.
Devoted to the advancement and welfare be Communion Sunday for the mem- .-.NNHNNI . .NN11. .NN. .NNNN. : f
: : .
of Clewlstoii and Hen lry County. bers of the Holy Name. I .i. FOR ; -H',
Junior Girl's Auxiliary met I :_:
Wednesday afternoon, at the homeof ,CLEWISTON COMMUNITY:: I

NATIONAL T0RJALSSOCIATION .........................................,............................- ............................ presided Iris Ann and Wright.the program Peggy"School Powell, CHURCH +:i: DAY AND NITE SERVICE:}: : ,
David 'Hancock, Minister : :.
Days in South America" was in I ::: PHONE, 18 : ;

Lt. Roland N. Lee, son ,of Mr. and charge of Christine Dunaway. Four I SUNDAY, NOV. 12TH .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.
"Mrs. Marion Lee of Clewiston, is at girls, Margaret Himrod, Iris Ann
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr., C.
home on a twenty-one day leave Wright, Shirley Benbow and Peggy I E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes F
after completing. fifteen months of Powell were the guides on a I
VOTERS HAVE SPOKEN overseas duty. Lt. Lee has been a of schools in Brazil, "tour"j for all ages.1Iorning G. M. FORD
THE Worship, 11:00 a. m. A
navigator on a B-26, stationed in Chile, the teachers of some of whichare ** A
I nursery for small children is conducted Civil Engineer and Surveyor '
England. U. S. Missionaries. Mrs W. A.
As the votes rolled in over the I by the Mothers' Club at the
Wednesday During his fifteen months' duty, Montgomery, counselor, gave the I Specializing In Everglades
nation Tuesday night and Community Center. :
Lt. Lee received the Distinguished ,
Spanish translation of three pass- Surreys:
beforeit "The
not long Foreign of the
it was Policy
became morning apparent that President Flying: Cross, and the Air Meaal with ages of Scripture read by m mb.ers. Church" is the theme of the minister's i Phone 66 Clewiston, Fla. l lI
eleven oak leaf clusters for com- Following the meeting out door
Tranklin Roosevelt had won his sermon. I \
pleting sixty-six missions. games were enjoyed and refresh-
for the presidency by a I '
fourth term
Prior to D-Day, Lt. Lee's squadron ments of punch and cookies were I . . .
passed comfortabfe"margin this margin began and to as assume time was given the job of tying up served by Mrs. M. S. Wright to .;.;..;..;..;..;..;-;..;-..;-:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:!:

transportation in certain areas of Christine Dunaway, Margaret Him- ,
It :
of a ..
the proportion that the President will occupied France. During the mission rod, Elnora Tanner, Shirley Ben- ; Assembly of God : :
: s :
now appears :: '44.1; J :!
than 400 electoral votes they succeeded in completely bow, Joyce Tanner, Sue Cornette .:. ; ,,. :: :
have more Governor Thomas E. Dewey destroying two bridges. For this. June Crews, Iris Ann Wright, Peggy .:. ";.:.;:-1 (CoOperative) ;i; n, 'C: ."
while I
I Lt. Lee was given the Presidential Powell, Helen Espenlaub and Mrs. :: : ':::
will have a little more than 100. : : ; I SOUTH CLEWISTON 3. I
Citation. Montgomery. .. .... '." .
..t, ,.. :>. o.
election as .. :.
It was not as close an While hospitalized in England, "' ::l : ..
most dopesters had figured but the the hospital in which he Vas; ill :i: XV ....J i. :;:

size of the vote cast clearly indi- was bombed, and for wounds received Cadet Club Has :: ":,k< Sunday School .. _______ __.._....__..__ 10:00 A. M. ::

cates that America has spoken, very during this bombing, Lt, Lee New OfficersMrs. + %:>:;::; Morning Worship ...u..u._........ 11:00 A. :M.Evangelistic .o
conclusively. We believe that was awarded the Purple Heart. I ::: ::

of these votes were cast only after Lt. Lee is originally from Punta -'- ';:; f3 Service ....-_......_.._._ 8:00 P. M. X:
.:. .:.
careful consideration candidates of and the tile issues Gorda. He leaves Tuesday for the E. W Durst, chairman of the I! .:. IJ:i Weekly; Services, Tuesday ...:...._-._._. 8:00 P. M. .;.
the two Re-distribution Center at Miami Cadet Club has announced that Mrs. i :.

which confront our nation now and Beach for reassignment. Joe Robbing has replaced Mrs. C. J. j +.i. 7; Young People's Service Friday ....:.._ 8:00 P. M.KMX 'i.

after the war. We believe that a Neilsen as vice-chairman and thati I ?: TIEr. H II. .t.:.
smaller part of these votes were cast I :r. AG'VELL' ;:;
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley has replacedMrs. I
Harold Duke C. M. 1-c of Clew-
of adherence to party lines, ... ,:. N.
or because of political ballyhoo or iston, was recently married in Ox- W. L. Lott as secretary of the I! 1:N:..: .*X-XMX..:...:MX..XMX NMNNNNNMMN. . . X*<"X' club. Mrs. H. R. Hall remains in office -! ...
because of coercion than ever beforein nard, California. His wife is the ..
: as kitchen chari man, as does

the country's history.. former Warwick Miss, Rhode Jacklene Island.Frasier The of West cou- Mrs. Gene Powers as. recreation II .............................................................................................-.......................................................................................................................,
The voters of the Nation feel that
ple will reside in Oxnard until Har- chairman. I
President Roosevelt has done a good
old is relieved from service. They I
job of conducting the war, of deal- A Clewiston Home
will then make their home In Clew- EASTERN STAR :MEETS .
ing with our allies and in planning
for the peace. The conduct of the iston. I
Sixteen Eastern Star members :attended -I Ii
war is now all-important. Other issues : a meeting of the chapter at i was damaged by fire last week.,
can, for the moment, be dis After nineteen months in Iran, .
Moore Haven Tuesday evening.Mr. I .. S .
carded.So John Duke has returned to this
and Mrs. M. C. Keene were It
might ,happen to !
have country and is, atpresent, hos- you
matter how
no you may initiated into the order and Mrs. I
pitalized in Thomasville, Ga. John
voted on Tuesday, Mr. Roosevelt is E. M. Dull was elected to member- '
our President for another four years.It hopes to have a leave soon and plansto ship by affiliation. Mrs. Dull is a Be sure .that. your home and its furnishings -

behooves all of to forget the visit his sister, Mrs M. C. Vowell,
us former member of the St. Cloud are fully protected with insurance.
campaign just closed and give him and his many friends in Clewiston. Chapter. i


our united support.Sporting Corp. Jack Wynn f hospitalized :in Wright Attending, Mrs. Ed were Townsend Mrs. Mrs.M. G.S.i Ruth R. Beardsley Insurance

this country for two months, has returned E. Etherton, Mrs. A. G. Twiddy, Mrs. II

Around\ to his company overseas, J. M. Fountain, Mrs. V. C. Wood- ,

probably in Germany, reports his ward, J. Moirison I
Mrs. F. Mrs. W. J. E. BEARDSLEY Real Estate
; ,
By Bernard Myers family. Although no direct word H. Lanier, Mrs. E. M. Dull, Mrs. f..

has been received from Cpl. Wynn R. Dyess, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Keene, i PHONE 66 OR 27R2 '
Duck hunting season opened this since his return to his his'
company Mr. and Mrs, J. K. Rogers and Mr. I 'h

week around, and here as I take found their out, hunting people family Heart awarded has received him for the wounds Purple received and Mrs. Charles' M. Pirkle. :..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-+.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:.

seriously. Even one of my stalwart in battle. 1.'t'
r. '- s--- ... --
athletes skipped football practice Word, has been received from SSgt. : --- -: -- .. : ,

to go in search of the mallards, etc. I James Wynn, stationed in Ger- ) ... 4
] I'1I1" ,. ;o" -, ,I, .
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Apparently the section'atound the many, that he is getting along 'fine. \ THE OLD JUDGE .M' .' -
:r 'glades is'a veritable hunter's para- Jack and James were together at 'r j' *r:. ,; :' ... :- : :.._":_.:. ; .j )
dise. I would like to give you a list the time Jack-was injured and thereis i.. .*'.\.'. N.. 4Y+; .r.r ,,_J .'. T';,-,.'', a, '_ fl; '..'',",r"V.i' : ..;'-lhq,- ;" ..",'d.. ''':': 11, {

;1 of the hunters and the number of a possibility they have been re- ."' t' .f:7S- f {! ...:"4 .", .".". ','' .i.1..;" :...., '.110'1"J'r :, '-', .,
r" \
-, :$-," ,
f their victims, but that would take united since, Jack's return oversesa ( ". "
;. :. -J. l
f up more space than the constitutional ".a.t'J: ,, ..
s amendments ",took up on the bale Mrs. Pat McGehee reports that' -, \>> :;..: i ...
\ (
lot. I J.;. ..,. ,.. .
her husband, Flight Officer Mc- -

Gehee, has left for overseas. In a .t; 'r I

i :. The opening of the ,sugar; mill has letter received from T-Q. McGehee,

; ended a very successful. bowling he states that the equipment he had:!

; season. There was a great deal of received gives him no clue as to his I T. ;' ) u r l r rS

r interest shown in the league the ultimate destination in the various !

r whole time and there were very few theatres of war, for issued to him 1 i1it.7! 1:. J,5; ; 1$"

f forfeits. Tubby Owens deserves a were supplies suitable for arctic, .

lot of credit for the success of the desert tropical and ocean regions.
r-r. league. As for myself I finally *" *" W

learned how to keep a fairly decent C. .P. O. Wilbur Goff left Clewis- ,

: score. ton Wednesday to join C. P. O. 'Dick \ c'c'l l 1

Hooks in Savannah, Ga. From Savannah ; %

l; In Friday night's game'we ran up Wilbur and Dick will go to

r, the biggest score we have had so far Davisville, Rhode Island. From

r: this season. The first team looked Rhode Island, they will then go to

r. ,. sluggish a good bit of the game and, their port of embarkation in Cali- '

, aside from the long runs by the first fornia. I
' team backs e V 'i 1 i
It- the second team stole I : .
t". the show. This is the first time I 15TH AAF IN ITALY-The Good 'S. f tr ; SI

' have been able to use many of the Conduct Medal, awarded to soldiers I Y ''l I .

reserves and the first time they have who have consistently demonstrated l ti I 4 !

; played together as a' team. The fidelity and efficiency, has been pre- ..../.... '.'.;; ";'t'";" I''

f' backfield was made up of Curtis sented to Sgt. Richard M. Patterson, I \ .

b. Pullen and Gilbert McLeod at 130 son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson ; .5 ?. i : r : .

f pounds, Russ Owens at 115 pounds of Clewiston I : Kf. .....t ": I .
who is serving ..... .... 4; I ,' -- "
.L, and Buddy Trice, who will do good with awing: headquarters squadron. L J ;:: I ""JI. :; '.", I.

;, to make 100 pounds. But they scor- here in Italy. )
ed a touchdown and showed a lot of Sergeant Patterson was graduated i I

spirit and fight in doing it. The from Clewiston high school in 1940 It
second team "That's really editorial just read the days of prohibition, when moonshine
:;. line-up was made up of: and was a student at the Universityof I a great you
.:' Thomas and Poole, ends; Sims and Florida until he entered the serv- to us,Judge.Where did you say it appeared?" whiskey made quick fortunes for bootleggers, I I ''

F, Conkling, tackles; Brown and Mar- ice in June, 1943. He recently end- : "In'The Stars and Stripes'...the newscrooked politicians and dishonest police offii t

tinez, guards; and Ben Bolton cen ed his first six months overseas and i paper of the U.S. Armed Forces in Europe. cials. As a result, we claim we know what we r.' "r

! ':" ter. Ben was captain and played the was authorized to wear the new, gold ,1 i Kind of gives us folks back home something want in the way liquor legislation and feel i

V,_.. whole game and did the best job of six-months overseas service stripeon '. to think about doesn't it, Bill?" those at home should ivait until ice return before I .

I':'., any of our captains so far.Tonight's the left sleeve of his blouse. "It certainly does,Judge.Particularly the initiatingfurther legislation on liquor control." : '

;. -- Sergeant Patterson is with a wing last paragraph. Would you mind reading "Out of fairness to our boys over there .
t' '
,r_ game will probably be which has taken part in FifteenthAir that again?" fighting, Judge, how could we disobey such ..

< the closest home game of the sea- Force aerial opera'uons in sup- "Glad to, Bill. It says 'We can remember a wish?" .
son. Our blocking in scrimmage this port of the Russians in the Balkan:; .

week was the best this year. Tues- the Partisans in Yugoslavia, the Fifthand

day night we ran the same plays over Eighth Armies in Italy and the This adeerfisemenisponsored by Confertnce of Alcoholic Beverage Industries, Inc. \

and over again until each boy knew Seventh Army's invasion of south -.-. .-

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f .iI \ G. M. Waters of DeSoto City ed to Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. R. H.' from a trip to New York.

The wedding is scheduled, to take Hall, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. J. W.j} ,: :JEANNE g'RTZ'Secretary: .,
place on December 3, plans to be Ezelle, Mrs. W. W. Prewitt, Mrs R.I\I

I r announced at a later date.. M. Bishop, Mrs.: Carl, Johnson and

I I MRS. THOMPSON The prize for high score, a double i

ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB deck of cards, was won by Mrs. Wilson DELIVERED DRESSED .

,: and the cut prize, a Pink I For Thanksgiving and Christmas

: I Mrs. Curtis Thompson was hostessto Clover soap'.set' was won by Mrs. 1 Orders Taken Now
( _-- her bridge club on Friday even Lanier. I
--- ing. First high prize, cologne, was II I I!I. MRS. J. \I. FOUNTAIN, Phono 82 :

i1:d:1 Miami Mr. and Mrs. jerry Greenberger I won by Mrs. G. E. Etherton. Sec- Girl: Scout Flash :!I ). ,

, I i were visitors in Moore Haven Tues- ond high prize, guest towels, was

I day: night. I won by Mrs. Joe Hall. Low prize, This year the Girl Scouts are going -
C. V. Parkinson was a business won by Mrs. V. C_ Woodward, u set I to sell Christmas cards. If you
',/ visitor in Tampa Monday. Mrs Doyle Worth and Mrs. V. A. of iced-tea coasters. have not ordered your cards,. please Johnson's Fish Camp I

I : ,_ Henderson and son spent last week- Other members present were Mrs. I save your orders for us. Out sales j (Near Hurricane Gate)

#' Edwin Roath is spending a few end in Miami. Foy Durrence, Mrs., R. M. Hare, Jr., will begin soon. t Clewiston, Fla. t

',' days this week visiting! Mr. and Mrs. I 1\h s. Larry Nash, Mrs. R. C. Nowl- The Girl Scouts'of Troop I are very I i Boats and,'Motors-Guide Service
;, T. E. Cochran in Miami.Mr. Mr. and Mrs C. E. Johnson and ing, and Mrs. C. L. McLendon.Mrs. happy that our assistant scout I Rates Reasonable !
family spent Saturday in West .
Thompson served refresh- leader, Mrs. J. K. Rogers, is back I 1I'." II. Johnson, Mgr
.. and Mrs. T., E, Cochran of Palm 'Beach.Mrs. ments of shrimp cocktails; saltines, .
Miami spent the week-end here with hors d'ouvres and coffee. I ,.ter

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Roath. .. I Flora B. Tootle and Mrs. M. --
Moiice were visitors in Fort Lauderdale MIIS. ALSTON ENTERTAINS

Mr. and 1\lr-B. T. Vorhees and J over the week-end. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs.

son, Boyd of Pahokee, were in Clew- | -1_
iston Tuesday to vote. j Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompsonand D. G. Alston **
was hostess to 3W>
son plan to spend this weekendin v
I II her bridge club at her home Wed-
t J Miss Gervis Hathcock had as her Bradenton visiting relatives. nesday afternoon.
visitors Friday night Mis. Ruth Wallace / Refreshments of :
(chicken salad and coffee were serv- J// /
and Mr. Reed of Miami. W. N. Martin'was a business visi- _
tor in Tampa for several days this ---

Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Walden, Jr., I week. i
are spending a few' days of this weekin : I -
Tampa. I! Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Miss Flor- Two bedroom I
-, I ence Graham and Miss Laura Bailey

Corporal A. W. Sias, of Miami left Tuesday to attend a style showin ished except for Venetian
Beach, was a visitor in Clewiston on : Tampa.
Saturday. blinds. Before Monday.
I G. 1\1/ Ford was taken to the hospital -
5 J 13 Osceola
Ave. 1
-v Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor returned Monday suffering from a J.tp
heart condition. He is rep 1
Tuesday from a two :weeks' va- '
: cation in Miami. ported some better at this time. ,
I ?, c ,, "', U1" ON; PURCHASES fTOTA1JNG
Coburn of any kind de- 10OR
Captain Moore returnedto
Mrs. J. D. Leftwich, Jr., left to-j MOM // i
Muioc\ Calif., Wednesday aftera livered in Clewiston
I day for a few days visit with rela- ,
week's visit with his mother, Mrs.J. .
tives in Miami. '
..-- I W. Moore. every; dav Orders maybe

r Mrs. Pat McGehee and Miss I Ir r Mr. and Mrs. G. V. _Cook and left at Gulf Service Fort My rsil Fla.
Rhunelle McGehee spent the weekL .
Jackie, left for
daughter, Sunday a Station \
in or mailed to C. E.
end West
Palm Beach.
L(i i I i visit with Mr. Cook's family in Or- 1000 First Street

lando. Hendricks Clewiston. ___
t Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richardson I _
r .... business visitors -
were in West Palm-
Mrs. Agnes Thomas and daughter -
r Beach ..
on Monday.
Mary Louise, were business
f: r visitors in West Palm Beach Satur-
C James Cousins, was a business day. a .

t visitor in Miami several days this ,:<, I., < ,' ,,_ ,' f ',,' ,-':.' week. I A. R. Brink, formerly of Riddle
Field and now with Eastern Air : ; : : J
f Miss Louise Prewitt was taken to I Lines in New York, was a visitor in 4'.1J.
[ ,the Clewiston Hospital Saturday I Clewiston over the weekend.Mr. .
i i morning for an appendectomy. Miss i : A CHARGE ACCOUNT .

i Prewitt is reported recovering nicely and Mrs. E. J. Smith, Bob ,. Ir'PEN
,> and should be released from the Johnston and J. W. Durden were ..' ,, "
I ) ; att -
hospital in about a week. I business visitors in Miami on Tues- ""

day. ,; / :. .

1 Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Geiger and ": .

daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. K. O. :-j;;': ANTHONY'SA .
1 Shows and daughter, spent Sundayin .
Miami visiting relatives. ; ::

charge account at Anthony's will save you valuable
Mrs I. P.. Holland has been released -
DAILY )MATINEE:i:45:: P. M. I from the Clewiston Hospital time these busy days. It is an asset you can use for refer,

NIGHT-7 & 9 P. M. loiter I undergoing an appendectomy ence anywhere in the country. '.;-'
two weeks

h. WEEK 3-5--7--9P.M.BEGINNING :\01:: Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richardson, There are times when you find 'you need certain personal
I R. L. Richardson and Mrs. James
I D. Leftwich, Sr., were business visitors articles but lack time or gas coupons to shop at Anthony'spersonally. ."
SUN. & )(OX., NOV. 12 & 13 -
i in '
11iamirednesday and Thursday .
I .
1 '
Mrs. Harry Knight and son have Your Anthony charge account would be a great convenience

arrived from Roanoke, Virginia, to and would simplify shopping especially : I
warn make their home with Mrs. Knight's your
nmu mother, Mrs Josephine Knight, for during the Christmas Shopping Season.

with the duration.Lt. .

..' Van Johnson & .Jimmj Durante. Charles Sweet of Great Falls, Why not fill in the blank below. and mail it to Anthony's.
:Montana! is 'visiting friends in Clew- We'll
a notify you by letter when your account is ready.
iston this week. Lt. is stationed
/ TUES. & WEI)., NOV. 14 & 13 Sweet -
I can' '
at Homestead, Florida, on temporary Then you shop at Anthony's by telephone or mail.

assignment.Lt. It's that
easy., I :;
} ,
ID ill1 I d c W @IDlh1r\ I and the Mrs birth J. of D. a Sullivan baby boy announce -, .: '. ,, '. ,,1 j

@rn James Claude, on November 5. Lt. -
-- l'' _
AN M-G-M Sullivan is now stationed in Yuma, .
PICTUREEXTRA Arizona I would like to open a charge account at Anthony's' 1
I .
BennettMartinMiss Name :.:?i,"' '--- f ;

"Battle Marianas"Official j,',' '. 1J

U. S. Army Record Doris Martin, of Kinmore-. ,. '.. Address r : i; I '

also New York, became the bride of M. T, ,.'. ,'" .- ,
I "
Bennett Saturday afternoon, at 2:00 ; ". Occupation ", \
,1 NEW : : ,
THE .:
I I I I at the Clewiston Community Churclr : :
The marriage service was performed
OF TIME .1 by Rev. David C. Hancock. :, ', ; References (Stores. where' you have charge accounts) .
Miss Martin was gh-en'in marriage ".. : ;\: ': "
\ : .. ..
by her brother-in-law, A. R. Brink, "
THURS. & FRI., NOV. 16 & 17 '';-
Clewiston. '
formerly of Mrs.
Rosco ; ;
Brinton was Miss Martin's niaid-of ;" ;f' ;>
) I honor;) and Mr. Brinton was bes ,. \
man to Mr. Bennett. -"

I Immediately after the ceremony
MrJ and Mrs. Bennett left for a shor '" : : .

I trip to Sarasota. f ,
... Out-of-town guests were Mr. and (or', ; ',
ZQ CENTUDYFOXPICTUU Mrs. Jack Schopenhauer; of ArcadiaMr. '," {, ,
'. Bennett, formerly of Long Island .,:ff::
--- New York, is a flight .
Also Cartoon I instructor r :'
at Riddle Field. :';:.'
4. J The couple will make their horn iJ

SATURDAY, NOV. 18TH I on West Trinidad Avenue.MizelleWaters. ,

"Whistling In I


"HAUNTED HARBOR" of Arcadia announce the engagement -

Chapter No. 4 I of their daughter, France 312 Clematis Street West Palm Beach

.- -- .. .., ., ,. armen, to Maurice Jackson Water
-- I of Clewiston, son of Mr. and\ Mrs

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CIO's Political CampaignPolitical x.j ea w aN IWNUS.ni thing wrong with Borne me.: : 'c

I like. to sne-a-K ovt ,"

: Washington, D. C. Notes of an Innocent Bystander: h..1.et.. igWt ..i'
.1 ...
Wide Use NAZI MASS EXECUTIONS This reporter couldn't believe ms And heir the, "J/ _"."

Action Committee Making Underground observers comingout nose while' reading a Variety report trees talk V :) 6 ';- ,' "

Of Literature in Drive to Get Voters of Germany have reported that about the latest odious antics of poetry -
blue-pencilers. But it happened in
'the Nazis already have begun the

To Polls November 7. systematic elimination of the vast America, 1944. Nonsensorshipacts (\1CCA rtct : '

army of slave labor imported from as' if it were a candidate for

the booby hatch. Frixample: I "
Russia, France, Czechoslovakia and
various occupied countries. NBCensors nixed a, March of Time

By BAUKHAGENews Details of the story are so ghastly dramatization of M. Halsey's tome, c\ ? '/-e* :

-- Analyst and Commentator. that they hardly can be believed.Yet "Some of My Best Friends Are Sol- .-' '.

WNU Service, Union Trust Building, The, "American" booklet has a the accuracy of the observershas diers." The book's theme blasts in- WNU Features. ..
tolerance. The censor claimedthe
stood in the past also the "
Washington, D. C. broader appeal. It shows types of up ; ,:1I
wholesale slaughter methods of the dramatization violated censor I '','u.'
which stands out in ,the all kinds, some distinctly "foreign,
One thing policies ?) especiallyon
Germans at Lublin is already a mat- ship (his own ,
some familiar anglo-saxon farm
not-too-breath taking electioneeringwhich ter of official record.It the controversial subject angle, CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I )w
is scenes and factories, railroad yards
is drawing to a close,
just and "You noth
and skyscrapers. The message is is estimated that the imported was quoted: can say
.the highly modernized revival of an slave labor inside Germany totals ing about intolerance!" That >
clear. Whenit
ancient art of persuasion, called by simple, straightforward,
about 10,000,000. Either because remark must make the Constitution _
to how tell an
comes you can
its instigators, "streamlined" pamphleteering American few could quarrel with Hitler fears their sabotage and re- shiver. The Bill of Rights has been

stabbed with censorial scissors. .
the statements that: bellion, or else because they are a PRINTING 'j
You have undoubtedly seen or You-can't about intolerance
"He believes in freedom of speech, drain on Germany's food resources, say anything '
heard of of the little booklets in in MIMEOGRAPHING and .
some machinery has been devised to kill Germany. Opposing Mollifraphlnc.
freedom of the freedom from
press, 14 years of fine work and fair prices. Free
which the CIO political action com- fear and freedom from want-for all them off. The number killed so far tolerance would only lead to a con samples and prices. E. ALLSM1TH, 1800

mittee and its foster brother, the the people. is estimated at around 1500000. troversy with Hitler and his swasti- W. Nedro Avenue. Philadelphia 41, Pa.

national political action committee, skunks here. Does the censor fear
"He believes in freedom of oppor- though this is a very rough esti.

'have produced. tunity for all men and women. mate. Absolutely definite, however, offending them? Our soldiersare HOME INSTRUCTIONWriters.

Recently I received from the director I "He believes in the right of people is the fact that mass execution depots shedding their blood while fight Develop your talent. Individual,' ;

of publications, CIO political I who work to have a job at fair such as that at Lublin, alreadyare ing intolerance-but an American skilled guidance by exper. editor author.
action committee, eight of its ,eye- set in various of Ger can't oppose it with words. It 10-week corresp. course S15. Hollywood
wages. He believes in the right of up parts Writers Inst., P. 0..Box 907, Hollywood 28.
batching pamphlets, which I was in- workers to organize, protect and improve many. These have been witnessed. seems a censor in America desiresto

formed were being distributed. the erect a concentration camp witha
their conditions."He Reason for the cold-blooded .
rate of 1,500,000 daily in October. believes in education, and system of mass executions is ex- foundation of blue-pencils. Could For the Preservation &

Most of them are illustrated in color.' the opportunity to study, for all the plained as follows bY' under anything be more arrogant. and dan Of the American r...
{They look, as a commercial artist gerous?
ground observers who have .
friend who examined them said, "He believes in the right of every come out of Germany: Originally Way of Life *
"professional. They not only look Wendell Willkie wrote these
man and woman. to -vote in free storm troopers were givena '
that way but they are. The CIO elections. list of 15 to 20 persons!' and words a few years ago. They BUY U. S. WAR BONDS!

has recruited some of the best talentin "He believes in rule. At should be memorized by every
majority told to shoot them with their revolvers -
the country for its research, copy the same time he believes in the in the night. Sometimesthis American: "My creed, if I were

and art staffs.Pamphleteering. asked to define it, would run
protection of minorities."He included whole families with FOR QUICK RELIEF *
has been im- something like this: I believe in :
an believes in a government of children. So not even the S. S.
portant function since everr before the the and America because in it we are
people, by people, most men could take it. They suffered
Samuel Johnson edited the Harleian important of all for the free-free to choose our govern-
people. nervous collapses, had to be A
Soothing O A I
in the middle of the 18th ment, to speak our minds, to ob- Iff 1
Miscellany The rest of the text is chiefly de. sent to sanitoriums.As ANTISEPTIC <9 M B. V BL
But this and calls serve our different religions. .
century. day age voted to getting out the vote. a result, the mass execu- Used by thousands with satisfactory re.sults
for more than a literary style. It tion system was worked out at Because we are generous with for 40 years-six valuable ingredi-
takes punch. The CIO's have pro- An Appeal for our freedom we share our ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or writ
Lublin, and now at other places.It Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn. o\ .
vided it. lieligious AssociatesThere rights with those who disagree
takes few
only a men to "'
with us. Because we hate "
No. 3 in the worker
avoter" handle the lethal chambers, and
is other little booklet
one no people and covet no man'sland. ,
series entitled "What Every
enough personnel can be foundto .
printed in attractive but
very digni- Because we are
Canvasser Should Know"
was on top
perform the work /s4/e'
fied type. No illustrations. It is the
blessed with a natural and va-
of the pile I received. It is rowdily
without becoming insane.
illustrated with pictures that have only one sent me which bore the ried abundance. Because we F\ FOI MIIOI aCRES MB PAIlS Of
of the National Citizens
just enough of a suggestive perk to signature set no limit to a man's achieve- RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
Political Action Committee-not the LOST BATTALIONSOf
catch attention.The ment; in mine, factory, field or '
your CIO.On all soldiers in the U. S. army, service in business!' or the arts,

sub-heads match. "Canvassing its cover is printed the nursery the most distressed over the war department's an able man, regardless of classor
is like Love" is blurted at you
rhyme: demobilization plan are creed, can realize his ambi-
above a picture of a 'chap on a sofa
the men over 35 years of age. They tion. Because have .
This is the church we 4. .
his He is
with a girl on lap. saying: )
extra retirement be-
get no points
This is the dreams-and because have
steeple; we
"How about action?
some political
Open the doors cause of age. In fact, some of them, the opportunity to make those
Then follows a couple of paragraphsof because of bad health and "
And there are the people.It inabilityto dreams come true."
brass tacks, common sense on the be the Large Bottles nu ew.dl'lr0Small) Size 60c
get overseas,
may among
value of person-to-person selling. is an appeal, signed by Dr. : cmioi. m our AS outcno
And from there on a simple, Dwight Bradley of New Yprk to be- last to leave the army following In Fewer Words: It was easy for At au till BIOC STORES 6! Mill n receipt it price

come a "Religious Associate." I V day. Willkie's enemies to hurt his heartit Heltll DBIB CO.. lie.JICISOHIUE 4. flORIDa
straightforward "how to do it" talkon
Stranded in camps throughout the such big'target. Whenwe
There has been at least one sharp was a
getting the vote out, and a lot of
sales arguments on continued actionas attack by a minister against the effort U. S. A., they have become" the'"Army's heard that Willkie passed awayin

long as-"labor has enemies of the CIO or its fosterorganization Lost Battalions. Many his sleep it recalled the tribute Beware Coughsfrom
were snapped up by selective service that paid to another famed
to attempt to solicit the was once
as long as there are those who crush sup-
port of the church. None that I in the early days of the war American: "Death had to take him
unions as long as there are common colds
despite deafness, blindness in one. in his sleep-it didn't have the courage -
small farmers being pushed off the have seen is based on any of the
texts of the Action Committees' eye and shortage of fingers-all ata to approach hm while he. was
land etc. prop- That On
aganda but 'rather on the assump- time when the army was in a looking." Hang
Three of the other _
pamphlets are
rush to get almost anyone Now
tion of communist leanings on the Creomulsion relieves promptly be- r
illustrated by Bernard Bryson a top-
of the CIO many of these men are doing semi- A short time this reporter it
part and presumably the ago cause goes right to the seat of the
notch, grotesque comiq artist who is materialistic philosophy behind menial tasks. made public evidence revealing the trouble to help loosen and expel

on the CIO staff. These'three books, them, which the CIO heads deny. I I At Fort Meyer, Va., one group is coddling Axis war prisoners here. germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
all filled with technical information' daily assigned to grave digging at were'confirmed soothe and heal raw, tender, in-
This pamphlet starts out with the Our exposes by flamed bronchial mucous mem-
in the simplest of language, are thus the National Cemetery. Others count '
statement that "we present our many newspapers and magazines. branes. Tell your druggist to sell yon
Manual" with socks and shirts for the quarter. Now the House Military Affairs a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
profound humility but
"A Woman's Guide to PoliticalAction"
master corps are now becoming Committee announces that Axis you must like the way it
and "Radio Handbook." without hesitation. If we understandthe psychological problems for the quickly allays the cough or you are
mission of religion and of eco- war prisoners have not been cod to.have your money back.
army. Some found that infirmities dIed. Eeeeekkkk!
Attractive Pictures nomic organizations-labor farmers
( CREOMULSOONforCoughsChestColds
when they entered have become aggravated
Underscore Points businessmen, they do not clash
but supplement each other-the one since, but will never be A Federal Grand Jury's report on Bronchitis

The pictures are' so funny you concerned with spiritual protectionand recognized as having received disabilities Philly's recent hate strike reveals

can't help looking at them and! yet development of its members, in service. that 1776 bigots refused to work L

they all manage to underscore a and the other with economic protec- The war department points out' with eight Negro workers. .. .In

.'. point. One sent a shiver down my tion and development of its mem- that "theoretically" men over 38 short: The 1776 Americansdidn'thave WOMENY YON U Rt OS -

back. It showed a strange mis- bers. These two objectives are in- had an opportunity to leave the its spirit.

shapen radio listener- with a face terdependent. And both are clearly army more than a year ago, if Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?

that looked like a cross between a dependent on the proper functioningof they had job opportunities in Lovely Paulette Goddard told an If you suffer from hot flashes feel

bartlett pear and a hedgehog,,yawning political democracy." war industries. But the war de- Interviewer: "You can always make weak, nervous, a bit blue at times-
all due to the functional "middle-
menacingly into one hand while 'From there on the mood of the partment also admits that it had money, and if you can't, it doesn't age" period peculiar to women-try

+ the other dialed off the'loud speaker.Not to stop somewhere, and that make any difference." Paulette Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound -
childhood rhyme, "this is the church to relieve such symptoms.
only did that book tell how to ." etc., is carried out to a con- since the WAC recruiting pro- means it doesn't make any differ Taken regularly-Pinkham's Com-

broadcast most effectively but it also clusion that the leader in the living gram failed, it is now neces- ence if you're rich. against pound such helps annoying build up symptoms.Plnkham's resistance.

told what was the best time on the church serves "all of the people and sary to retain the 35-year-olds Compound Is made Q'

air and how to get the use of it, to not 'just some of the people" and I to make up for the scarcity of Faces About Town: Donald Nel- especially for women-it helps nature
whom to and seventeen other WACs. son, whose latest and best offer to and that's the kind of medi-
then states that of I directions.
a group Religious cine to buyl! Follow label
bits of information return to private industry is 200000.
from "can labor
; Associates "has been formed to work LYDIA E. PINKHAM'SWNU o Pout4n
',>: get radio time?" to "what assistance with the National Citizens Political I ARKANSAS FARMER IN LONDON Henry Kaiser building postwar

(. can you expect from us (CIO) in Action Committee, which itself was What most impressed alert young world on a tablecloth at Henri's.

; preparing your program?" Congressman Brooks Hays of Myrna Loy stealing the showat
created to protect the interests of
With ten of radio Arkansas during his London trip was the Stork. Mrs. Roosevelt -7 44-44
I years experience the common man. I I
.' I say that book is good. And no I do not know how effective the the farm miracle the British have entering the enemy's battlelines (the

>-. wonder. Norman Corwin (also on CIO-PCA has been in performed during the war. Hays News Bldg), where her syndicate is.
program get-
: ;'-. the CIO staff) wrote it. was Arkansas head of the Farm -' e
:. ting out the vote, or in getting the Security administration before com- Manhattan Mural: He is a well-
I might go on indefinitely. There vote to support the organization's
} is ing to congress, so traveled widelyin known star from Hollywood, recently 0
"People's candidates. It will be difficult to
here alcoholiday.
rural England, was amazed by on an
;.. ., Program for 1944" with striking pho- find out since many other organiza- the economy of land use."Here's a long day and night of making the For You To Feel Well
tographs and more cartoons; there tions are at work and many other defied the 4 24 hours every day 7 days every
about onethirdas a. m.
is another of the an island joynts some pals week never stopping, the kidneys filter
"every worker avoter" influences are brought to bear
on I ,
large as the state of Texas," curfew and took him to a speakeasy waste matter from the blood.
; series on how to organizeyour the choice of .a candidate. The If more people were aware of how the
community. N Hays said, "but with 50,000,000 which never closes. pals kidneys must constantly remove surplus -
7" I note that I. F. Stone, writing in people. And it is growing twothirdsof introduced the star as "a police offi- fluid, excess acids and other waste

Two more in plain black and the Nation in the middle of October all its food. cial." On the way out the proprietor matter that cannot stay in the blood
without injury to health, there wouldbe
:; white, pretty much "straight" copy, said that "it will take the greatest I j "The British won't keep on grow- vigorously shook hands with better understanding of why the

::(:' just good, clear photographs, one outpouring of working-class votes in I ing so much food after the war," the very drunk actor-and slipped to whole function system properly.is upset when kidneys fail

.; entitled "The Negro in 1944" and a the history of Chicago, Detroit, Hays says, "but what they're doing $20 into his paw! Burning,scanty or too frequent urination -
0' ::.. smaller one with a lovely rural scene Cleveland, and the smaller Ohio industrial is sometimes warns that somethingis
with their land right now
wrong. You may suffer nagging back-
{ : framed by a picket-fence: and ,tree- cities to counter-balance the lous. And they like it, even though Sounds in the Night: At the Zanzi- ache, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic +
/__:. branches, "This is Your America." anti-New Deal tide in the of pains, getting up at nights, swelling. t.
country- fair-haired
bar "He's the boy
most of them never worked in the : Why not try Doan' Pills You witbe
'..:,.,.: The pamphlet on Negroes shows side to carry Illinois, Michigan, and fields before. 1 didn't talk to a singleone the foul-ball set." At Versailles: using a medicine recommended the
: '\/ photographs of Negroes in various Ohio for Roosevelt." country over.Doan't stimulate the function -
' who wasn't tickled that we had "Her definition of a bachelor is a of the kidneys and help them to
,. : capacities: workers medical students Stone goes on to say that if these sent them less food and plenty of selfish, undeserving guy who has flush'out poisonous waste from the

t<::.. soldiers and sailors, one at states go' for FDR despite the trendto fertilizer and farm machinery. cheated some woman out of a di Get blood.Doan't They today.contain Uso nothing with confidence.At harmful.

". < some dinner sitting beside President Republicanism, it will mean that They're really proud of what they vorce." At the Onyx: "Hmf. all drug stores.

Roosevelt, another in a group the workers in these areas "will were able to do and glad they They argue about what kind of a

around a conference table with other have proved as potent in politicsas .. haven't had to eat nothing but handouts peace to give Germany, which hs
Negroes and "
whites. a
in collective bargaining. I[ from this country." given the world no peace!" 4


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1. What "ocean port" is. 1,000 were signed in Inde-

nn a n miles from the sea? pendence hall, Philadelphia: The

Lesson for November 12 2. A document written wholly in Declaration of Independence, The
Articles of Confederation
the handwriting of the purported The
Constitution of the ,United States?
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected author is called what?

f':', Up Vegetables, LYNN SAYS Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by 3. Personal income taxation in The Answers

permission. the United States began with the
Serve Warm Dessert
levy of a faculty tax by what 1. Montreal.
Food Flashes: If a recipe calls
. ,. For Cool Weather for canned fruit, use stewed dried PEACE state in 1643? 2. holograph
4. Why do sailors have 13 but- 3. Massachusetts. .
/ I fruit if you don't have the home-
I tons across the top ,of the trous- 4. They stand for the 13 original
;.) canned product. LESSON TEXT-Matthew. 5:43.48; Romans
, Dip scissors in flour before cut- 1317. ers? states. '
;: ting raisins or other dried fruit. GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed are the peace- 5. What is meant when. we say 5. leaving no valid will.
makers: for they shall be called 'sons of a person died intestate? 6. All three.
Make bread pudding of leftover God.-Matthew 5:9.Everywhere .
cake cookies and bread. Serve
with meringue, lightly browned to men are talking about I SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK

dress up the pudding, or orange the coming peace. They ,are con

:. ,. marmalade, jam or jelly. cerned lest having won a war we I

i" a C .. Use simple icings for cake or may lose the p.eace through the self-. Hostess Apron in Heart Design
., 4 v VN dust lightly with powdered sugar ishness or the indifference of men. .... .....,

,' put through a lacy paper doily. It is a great problem and one about party and see what a "conversa-

!(; +w : M: yvJgrl\ This saves sugar! which we are rightly concerned.We ltion piece" an apron really can

know that there can never be be. Makes a delightful and unusual -

: Another hearty vegetable dish is an abiding peace until Christ comesto gift, too. Plan on giving your

this one made with potatoes and establish His kingdom, but in the service' wife friends a "sweet-

I .: onions: meantime, we should seek to bring heart" apron. They'll love them!
.... : Scalloped Potatoes and Onions. Christian principles to bear on the *
s' (Serves 6)) relations of men and nations. We To obtain complete cutting and finishing
Vitamin-rich carrots are 'hidden in 6 medium-sized potatoes are to show: I pattern for the Sweetheart Apron (PatternNo.
;. this lovely pudding along with nutritious 5783) send 16 cents in coin your
4 butter
"', 1 tablespoons I. A Higher Measure of Love ,t yt; r L
cereal. It's inexpensive, name,' address, and the pattern number.
3 flour
Matt. .
point-wise and penny-wise when 1 salt ( 5:43-48) Due to an unusually large demand and
teaspoon The world has established its own current war conditions, slightly more timeis
you're cooking on a limited food
8-12 pearl onions required in filling orders for a few of
principle of conduct based on selfish
budget. 2 milk the most popular pattern numbers.
cups advantage. It pays to be polite to
Pare and slice thin with Send your order to:
:? .. Hot DelicaciesAs potatoes those who can favor you, so culti-
fancy cutter paring knife. Butter
vate their good will by acts of cour-
casserole well. Place layer of SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
the weather becomes cool and pota- tesy and kindness. Your neighbormay
530 South Wells St. Chicago. .
toes at bottom of casserole
blustery, we must shelve many ,of sprinkle be able to help you in an hourof
with 1 tablespoon flour, % teaspoonsalt Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo
our warmer
need, so do good to him as you
i, weather food fa- and dot with some butter. Cover
have opportunity.But -
vorites, but there with a layer of onions and repeat '.

are a host of oth-' ,1 t 9i1 until all potatoes, onion and season- an enemy-what can you Name ',.,
er good ,cold i !! ings are used. Pour scalded milk gain from kindness to him? Hate'him 5783 Address ,;

weather recipes to I1 over top and dot with remaining and treat him like an enemy. "

take their place. butter. Bake in a moderate ((350- Christianity knows nothing,sucha ,.',

Nothing is quiteso degree) oven until potatoes and on- spirit. Even though it be neces- I "I

important to a'J, I ions are tender. sary to fight against wicked men in Splendid Cough ':

person's well being t x:41 c Hot desserts made with whole order to hinder their evil plans,' : }

_, as a good, .l ,( grain cereals add substantial vita- we need not lose our love for them. Relief Is Easily ]a

substantial hot mins and minerals to the diet: Even those who despitefully use .

food served piping hot, and duringthe Carrot Pudding. us may be loved for Christ's sake. Mixed at HomeNo ': h

cooler months, everything at a (Serves 9) "Consider Him that endured such

meal may be served hot-soup, en-' Yz cup shortening contradiction of sinners against Him- Ssl Cooking. Makes Big Saving.To 1

tree, vegetables and dessert. 1 cup sugar self" (and went right on loving get quick and satisfying relief

First of all, let's look into the mat- 2 eggs them), "lest ye be wearied" in t ___ from coughs due to colds mix this '.: ;j
Once tried
in kitchen.
lYz grated carrot own love for those who bear recipe your .
ter of substantial vegetable dishes cups your you'll never be without it.
Yz whole bran the sad name of enemies (see Heb. 2 ':--1,
you can make with home-canned cup First, make a syrup by stirring ..
produce. You probably have green VA cups flour 12:3). cups granulated sugar and one cup oC ... :

beans, corn and tomatoes on hand. 1 tablespoon baking powder 'This is admittedly a. high'' stand- Party Apron water A child a few could moments do it.,until No dissolved.cooking ,:,,

Here are ways to dress them up: Ys teaspoon salt ard, but it is not too high for those HOSTESS apron which every- needed. Or you can use corn syrup or ':

J Scalloped Green Beans.. 44 cup milk who know the.love. of..Christ. A one, young'and old, admiresit's liquid honey, instead of sugar syrup. '.I,::.,
'1 lemon extract Then get 2% ounces of Pinex from ::
(Serves 5)-+' teaspoon II. A Higher Degree of Loyalty a big 20-inch heart made of '.''!1
This is a special com-
2 tablespoons butter Blend together sugar and shorten- (Rom. 13:1-4). any druggist.
two thicknesses of, red organdieand pound of proven ingredients, In con-
3 tablespoons flour ing until light and fluffy. Add un- An intelligent Christian the best frilled with white organdie centrated form well-known for its \!
1 milk beaten egg yolks, prompt action on throat and bron"i..
citizen. He knows that all govern- ruffling. Wear one at your next &1
Yt cup liquid drained from beans one at a time, chial membranes. "
I ment is' based on the power and .
well after Put the Pinex into a pint bottle ;
Yt cup finely cut cheese beating authority of God, and hence he rec- and add your syrup. This makes a full >,1
Yt teaspoon salt each addition. ognizes the legality and authority of ,iBlimps Hunt Japs and pint of splendid medicine and you get '>
Ya teaspoon pepper Stir in carrots about four times as much for your
1 tablespoon prepared mustard and whole bran. duly constituted governmental agen- Fish Off'Our West Coast money. It never spoils,and tastes fine.
And for quick, blessed relief it Is
2 cups drained, canned green beans Sift flour, baking cies.No take hold In
matter how much man has per- amazing. You can feel It
Y cup buttered crumbs I powder and salt t 1 verted or degraded government, The blimp patrol off the coastof away that means business. It loosens

Melt butter, add flour and blend together. Stir into yet it is in essence the expressionof California hunts fish as well as the phlegm, soothes the irritated membranes -
first mixture al- and eases the soreness. Thus It
l well. Add milk and cook
slowly a ministry of God (v. 4). How Japs. It cooperates with fishermenby makes breathing easy, and lets you
,( stirring constantly until thickened.Add ternately with deeply ashamed that should make : notifying vessels when schoolsof sleep. Money refunded If not pleasedIn

liquid from beans, mustardand milk. Add flavor-. those who regard political office as fish are sighted on moonlight every way.
cheese. Stir until cheese is ing and fold in stiffly beaten egg advantage nights.In .
a means of personal gain and
melted. Add salt and Place whites. Turn into greased baking
pepper. or who use their authorityto the dark of the moon, echosounders BUY U. S. WAR BONDS!
alternate layers of beans and sauce dish and bake in a moderate oven
that which is submarines tell when
permit or promote on
in buttered (350 degrees) 55-60 minutes. Serve
i a casserole, and top with
It'ff all
against God. fish schools are around.
: crumbs. Bake in a pre-heated moderate warm with desired sauce and top
the aid of the fishing industry
Every public official should recog- to
(350-degree) ,oven for 30 min- with maraschino cherries.
1 utes. nize God as the giver of his authority ,which has been asked to producea

Fried Corn. ; and seek the Lord's special grace million and a quarter more MOROUNETlARGe

I (Serves 5-6) (I' and guidance in the discharge of pounds of fish this season than f

2 cups corn his duties. Every citizen should last. I

1 tablespoon chopped onion highly regard the one who rules as

-. 3 tablespoons chopped green pepper having a power ordained. Godv.
2 tablespoons drippings ( 1)), for the good of the nationv.

Q ( 4)). w
/ teaspoon salt I IN
Ys teaspoon Here then is the solution of the I ,
pepper IL I'k
1 3 tablespoons water political problems which are caus-

Simmer onions and green pepper ing upheaval all over the world,

I in melted drippings for 3 minutes. namely, a revival of Christian testi-

Add corn, water and seasonings.Mix mony and faith, for it will lead to a k :.

well and cook loyalty on the part of the people V .
cover slowly s c\ 'A I1 fl 11 i .A
, I about 10 minutes: which quite unknown where Chris- '

Savory Tomatoes. tianity does not bring its true in-

Yt cup diced bacon or salt Tired of fluence to' bear.
I pork serving potatoes the usual LI icziK'J i'i
kind of love for and
That men
1 sliced onions
,4 cup way? Try them scalloped with pearl "
4 cups canned tomatoes onions, golden brown and piping hot loyalty to government necessarily '

j 1 teaspoon salt and you have the answer to starchy brings about: % p'4a ; Z>.' t.nY t.z t.

Ys teaspoon pepper vegetable problem of a meal. HI. A Higher Standard of Patri-

4 tablespoons flour otism (Rom. 13:5-7): '

1 Fry bacon or salt pork until near- Apple Crisp Pudding. There is more to real patriotismthan -

ly crisp. Add onions and cook until (Serves 6) flag waving and high-sounding

lightly browned. 4 cups sliced apples oratory. There must be a consci- .

'i r aAdd tomatoes, Y cup sugar entious willingness to serve the nation -

1 salt and pepper teaspoon cloves in willing obedience to the com- .:j
c3fa r and simmer for Yt teaspoon nutmeg of ,
mand or the request proper ; z '.
Vi honey -
about 10 minutes. cup authority. ,

Mix the flour with % cup shortening The Christian gives just that kindof '. J
];'y a small'amount Y cup sugar patriotic support to his countryv. +>: 1
2 .
of cold water and eggs ( 5). His enlightened conscience \.
; 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
I stir into the to- demands it, and he responds. '.1
;f: J F matoes. Cook un- lYz cups toasted bread cubes
o A lYs corn flakes Then too, there must be supportof 1 J
,; til thickened. This cups
Mix apples with combined the government by the paymentof Ben-Gay
II may be served asa sugar, ..RU8IN qUICK
spices and honey. Turn into shal- taxes. Think of the thousands who
I meat fish
sauce over cooked rice
of evad-
in the
i low baking pan. Blend shorteningand are engaged
I or spaghetti. sugar thoroughly; add eggs and ing their just share of the cost of O Yes,Ben-Gay gives fast,welcome relief from pain and

f. flavoring and beat well. Mix with government.The discomfort due to stiff neck.That's because it contains up

Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu bread cubes and corn flakes and Christian has no share in to 2 Yz times more methyl salicylate and menthol-famous

spread over apples. Bake in a mod- such things, for he is ready to pay pain-relieving agents that every doctor knows-than five

erate oven ((375 degrees) 40-45 min, his share of the expense of govern- other widely offered rub-ins. For soothing relief, make

Meat Balls in Mushroom'Sauce utes or until apples are tender and ment as a ministry of the Lordv. sure you get genuine, quick-acting Ben-Gay!

I 0> Snowflake Potatoes' top is browned and crisp.Do ( 6).
Green No government can function prop- .
\ 'Scalloped Beans you have recipes or entertaining sug-
Jellied Cabbage Salad gestions which you'd like to pass on to erly nor long endure which does not
Pecan Rolls Bulter other readers? Send them to Miss Lynn have the respect and confidence of ;

*Apple Crisp Pudding Chambers; Western Newspaper Union, 210 those governed. There can be noth- / / / S
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South Dcsplainea Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. ing but criticism, discontent, and 1 1
: disobedience in such an atmosphere.
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Minutes MonthlyContinued i faithfully and impartially, without I 64, 116, total 1225. only minimum standards for hospitalization '! "I
favor or prejudice to any political cincts 1 to 6, was 563,. 162, 254, 66, 'according to public
health authorities. (
( from I'age T) BILL, MADDOX. I Men and .Missions Now: is the time to

:Monday: Nov 6, 1944, with the fol-! Sworn to and subscribed before me I RATIONING"CALENDAR

3owing members present: Chairman l this 6th day of November, A. D., start a regular _
JT.: O. Davidson, G. E. Etherton,I! l944.. I (Continued from Page 1) :'"
A..T. Evers and: I Nimitz commander in chief of the __
George L. Poole j (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, '
Pacific Fleet, United States 'Navy,
with H. A.
Townsend, together -
;:Asa i Clerk Circuit Court t
i has endorsed Men, and Missions Sun-
and William T. I
Slider, attorney Hendry County, Florida. PROCESSED FOODS
mull, 'Clerk.Motion I The chairman appointed George day, commenting: "Alert to do God'swUl Blue A-8 through W-5, (Book 4) I I
and supported by _His Presence,
hy Evers seconded by I L. Poole to canvass the ballots onj 'I now valid at 10 points each. Good II I
Townsend, that M. N. Taylor, grader -!j Friday, November 10, three days all of us carry on, confident that indefinitely. I I
the day is not far distant when freedom's -
:man, be compensated $25.00 per I after election. Upon motion by i MEATS AND FATS 1
holy light shall shine forth as
month Oct. 1. for the use
beginning 'Townsend seconded by Evers, call Red A-8
: through P-5 (Book 4) SAVINGSACCOUNT
connection with road never before, and as never before,
of his truck in ed and carried, the Board adjourned. ,1 I I now valid at 10 points each for usa
and construction in the God's will shall be done on earth as .
maintenance I it is in Heaven." with tokens. All good indefinitely.
Motion carried. :
county. I J. O. DAVIDSON,
i I According to Rev. Meador, local SUGAR
Motion by Etherton seconded by Chairman. I congregations participating include Sugar stamps No. 30, No. 31, No.
Evers that the bills be approved and WILLIAM T. HULL, I '
'I the First Baptist Church, the Pres- 32 and No. 33 now good for five ,
Motion .
paid read. carried.A Clerk. 4
: as I II t
II pounds each
:byterian Church, The Church of God indefinitely.
letter was read from Mr. D.
.and the Assembly of God. CANNING SUGAR I
Graham Copeland in regard to tax Stamp No. 40 good for five pounds
i I
assessment in Township 47 Range j Tigers -- canning sugar until February 28,I
34. After discussion it was decidedthe
Gilbert Freeman .
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latter be turned over to the as- (Continued from page 1) SHOES Regular Deposits "
sessor for filing. j The Tigers gained 370 yards to j Dies In Tallahassee I ,
Airplane stamps No. 1, No. 2 and
The Clerk ,of the Circuit Court j 1190 for the Saints but. the visitors No. 3 valid Indefinitely. Grow Fast
submitted the ballots prepared by j,made fifteen first downs to the {!I I '. .
him in accordance with a resolutionof Tigers' thirteen. I I : '
-The Capitol was shocked and saddened Period 4 and 5 coupons from last
for the November 7,1
the board
The starting ClewIs ton line-up; I I last week by the sudden, death year and Period 1 coupons for this
1944 election. i was: Pape, le; Torbert It; Blount, I: of Gilbert Freeman, 52, assistant to season now valid, (Alabama Ten- '., g
Hon. R. M; Harris County 'Judge, Ig Bolton, Beardsley,
; c;
I rg; Thom-j Col. J. M. Lee, State Comptroller. nessee and Mississippi not affected.)
delivered to the board the ballots as, rt; Conover, le; ; Freeman was the victim of a heal
that had been voted before him. The I I Martinez, In; Waldron, fb and Wilcox -'f attack and was found dead in a GASOLINE !

ballots, together with all election rh. I I chair at his home by J. Edward A-ll coupons valid in Georgia,1 .

supplies, were then put in the appropriate I I Touchdowns were scored by; :Me- Bell, who stated that he stopped by, Florida the Carolinas and Virginia Clewiston Federal
ballot boxes. The boxes Leod 2, Wilcox 2, Waldron and Pape)''in his car to pick Freeman up, having I through November 8. Three A-13 I
were then locked and sealed and 1 coupons in the new books'will be .
and Wilcox added three points received a phone call 15 minutes
turned: over to the sheriff, and the I after touchdowns by kicks. earlier _from Freeman requesting a1;i come valid for four gallons each I Savings and LoanA'ssociation
following oath was taken. by the rlie. every car owner write his license
sheriff: number and state on all gasoline I '
native of
Freeman was Tampa
Clewiston Precinct- a I
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coupons in his possession as soon as
STATE OF FLORIDA ) and was associate editor of the Tampa -
they are issued him by his rationing "-
) SS Morning Tribune for a number of
(COUNTY OF HENDRY ) (Continued from page 1) years. He later became publisherof board. I

Before me, the:>: undersigned authority total 164. a string of weekly newspapers -. --
an officer duly authorized No. 7-For 198, 31, 31. 14, 6, 11, including the Scenic Highlands ..
by law to administer oaths and take total 291. Sun and Highlands County Pilot (,f

acknowledgments, personally appeared Against 37, 8, 7, 8, 7, 2, total Avon Park and the Lake Placid

Bill Maddox, who after being 69. News. CLEWISTONGOLF
duly sworn on oath says: That No. S-For 178, 32, 26, 12, 3, 6, Freeman established Radio Station .

lie is the acting Sheriff of Hendry total 257. WTAL, Tallahassee, and oper-

County, Florida; that on this date Ne. 10-For. 151, 18, 14, 2, 3, total 1 ated it for a number of years. He: COURSE
'the ballot boxes of Precincts Nos. 1, 206. was well known in Florida newspaper -

2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Hendry County, Against 53, 11, 17, 7, 6, 4.J I circles and was active 'in Press I
Florida, with supplies for holding total 98. Association affairs. ii i I

the General Election on November Hendry 'county's registration by I I ,i. "'.-

7, 1944, were delivered into his precincts, 1 to '6, was 1093, 300,i Egypt Temple ShrineTo II ,-. ", ,... /y
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'Custody for the purpose of deliver- 452,. 121, 129, 160, total 2,255 demo/ ;
ing same to the. proper inspector of crats. Republicans, 5, 1, 5, 2, 1,I[ Be Held In Tampa I ;" ,
te will perform his commission Total number of votes cast, pro-I
TAMPA, Nov. 8-FNS) r- The

.... I I Fall. Ceremonial of Egypt Temple I :. Bob Ruet has taken over the
Shrine will be held in' Tampa on

I J Tory's COM I-GRAPH By Pc/ers- I I I Saturday, November 11, it was. announced -l club house. You may be sure

I by Potentate A. Wayne .

-: 1 I I Conner. All members in 'the juris-' that either Bob or Mrs. Ruet will .c" .
: "Fore" most in our mindsis diction are urged to attend as well
the thought of' keeping as visiting Nobles from other .
your car in top shape for temples.A be on the job and give you a Hearty

the duration. Head our full day's program has been arranged -
+ $ way at the first sign of car with all uniform bodies of welcome.

6 trouble-we KNOW HOW Egypt Temple participating. A I
!1 to fix it, and do so econom- banquet will be held at "the Temple j ,, The course is in good condition.
t ically. for Nobles and their ladles fOl ; ,
1 ,} ,,
r by a dance and floor show in owed'1 ." "
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r HENDRY evening.

] Egypt Temple Uniform '/--. '
.Jr have engaged Endy Brothers Shows I """ .
f and will stage a' thrill circus and ,', ,. .
exposition at North Willow and ,- ,
f '!; MOTORS I Grand Central Avenues from November I 7C1eistoll

: I 7 through November 18, with
CLEWISTOy, FLORIDA II many feature events scheduled for I

7\W14' '. I I the Ceremonial Day, officials said. I Golf Course

With 400 beds now in use, the ad-
j dition of 1700 beds for the tuber-
Po I culosis sick, Florida would meet

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I a >' SUGAR -- The Energy Food --The Vital War Food i I

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l" Everyone in Florida's sugar industry is among the nation's unsung war heroes producing a

., fighting energy for the Nation's armed forces all over the world as well as: !.for the men behind

'j : the men behind the guns. If YOU are not in essential war work then' r P ,.

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