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 17, 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
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01022
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Visit Sugar CompanyLast Marks Opening Of


Friday the Chemistry Classof I

fL DINNER AT INN Florida Barry, came College to ,Clewiston Miami, to Shores visit, USSC PLANTATIONSMrs. several Governor-elect members of Millard the state Caldwell cabinet, COAST'S SYSTEMC.

the factory and research laboratoryof
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and south Florida dignitaries at-
,.,, United States Sugar Corpora-
7 -- Jewel L. Lawrence, acting tended the celebration at Stuart I ., McD. Davis, President of the
The First ,Bank of Clewiston was ; tion. =, postmaster of Clewiston, announcesthis I Sunday which marked the openingof I
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com-
','. host to a meeting of the Sixth District ;;. After a buffet luncheon ,served at week that the post office department the channel which has recently!
I' :' of the State Bankers' Association the Sugarland Recreation Hall, by pany, made in Jacksonville this week
group i is planning to establishcontract been completed to give Stuart 'a di-'
," Wednesday at the Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, the membersof statementin
;; held here sub-stations, at Benbow, rect outlet to the Atlantic Ocean. the following clarifying

Clewiston Inn. I the class were conducted throughthe South Shore and Ritta Villages of the Stuart has long attempted to have:, regard to the taking- over of the

\ The State Banker's Association is I Ir factory by Willard Doty and F. U. S. Sugar Corporation and are interested this channel dug without success Florida East Coast lines by the At-
: divided into groups according to the M. Rodriguez. Following the factory in securing bids from -
i+ persons until the Navy set up its amphibiousbase lantic Coast Line. This plan is of
District. There are tour the girls were conducted
Congressional interested in operating these
? I i at Fort Pierce, In giving
interest in this which
the Sixth the Research Laboratory by particular area
nineteen member banks in through basis.
stations on a yearly trainees instruction in demolition
has always been served by the At-
of which Elbert L. Stewart ')f Dr B. A. Bourne. .
Group These stations will render almost
and general blasting operations this --1
Clewiston is chairman and R. E. I' Students present on the tour were lantic Coast Line-,
.\ ..,l\ I : complete postal service except for site ;was chosen and Stuart obtainedthe '--I i
Dilg of Hollywood is vicechairman.One Carmen Ramirez, Anna, Arios, Lilly bond sales and postal savings. channel without cost.F. .
Hull, Frances The property of the Florida 'East
member from each group forms JMilitello, Audrey
details in to the
Further regard .
I, Deane Duff, vice-chairman of
the Monroe Maher, Pat Douney, Coast Railway Company has been
the executive board for state Peggy
,! be obtained from Mrs.
I operation
may the Okeechobee Flood Control Dis-
,-, organization and the executive board Beatrice Oglesby, Gerry Kuntz, Bet- in custody of the Federal District
I I Lawrence at the local postoffice.The .
who had been attending a
Court for the Southern district of
member from the 6th Group is Harry tie Dunn, Pat Houtz and Shirley
following figures meeting of the board in Jackson-
Fagan of Fort Myers. :; Ruth Rodriguez. The girls were Florida since April 31, 1931. As Is
; tremendously increasing business of ville
.1 on Saturday represented Gov-
accompanied on the tour by Sister well known the trustees fare former
Following luncheon the bankers the local office:' Stamp sales recorded ernor Holland at the celebration.
P. Sister I Senator Scott M. Loftin and former
Mary Eulolia, O. Mary
were welcomed to Clewiston by W. I by the local office this year Governor Holland is chairman of the
Jane, 0. P.,. and Sister Mary Thoma, Governor John W. Martin, who are
C. Owen who also made a splendidtalk I I I amounted to $25,509 for the first ten flood board.Tigers .
,0. P., of Miami, and by Sister Patricia efficiently operating the propertyfor
on water control and develop-I months of this calendar year against
Anne, of Palm Beach. the court. For many, many years
.' ment carried on by the United $17,300 for the same period last
I I Defeat Palm the two railroads, Florida East Coast
.,. ,.. :States Sugar' Corporation in the year. This is an increase of $8-
and ACL have daily a
Everglades. j: Area DevelopmentCauses 209 or 47 per cent. Beach B Team By large volume of freight traffic at
The principal ,speaker was Carlisle orders issued during the ,
.; Money
Rogers of Leesburg, secretary of the [ ACL To Move first ten months of 1943 amountedto Score 'of 25 To 0 I Jacksonville, also a large volume of
passenger travel moving from and to
State Banker's Association. His I 18,075 in number for a value of
General Agent ,Herec. the East Coast of Florida. In other
talk was most interesting and dealt I! $237,137 and fees for issuance
respects relations' between the two.
largely with the very important : amounted to $1,886.32.. This year The Clewiston High School Tigerswon
railroads are close. Since construc-
part the banks have played in the I I. Allen, General Agent for the during the same period, 23,758 i their fourth straight home gameof tion of the Florida East Coast, the

war effort. He told how many ward: I'Atlantic Coast Line on the Haines money orders have been issued witha I the season last Friday night when Coast Line has worked in very close

bonds had been sold by banks of the. City branch since 1927 with officesin value of $351,328.00 with fees they defeated the West Palm Beach
affiliation with that railroad, and
:state and nation without cost to the I Lake Wales, has been transferredto amounting to $3,857. B team by a score of 25 to 0. I Coast Lines transportation service
government and the extra work Clewiston and is setting up offices A recent check, as requested by The visiting Wildcats took the
I 'I from and to the East Coast of Florida -
which had been taken on by banks in the, freight station here. the post office department, shows a' opening kick-off and marched to the
I has been rendered exclusively by
In handling of food ration points I Mr. Allen explained that the rea- daily average of 362* air mail let- Clewiston 12-yard line on off-i its operation as a direct connectionof

under the banking system. He also son for his location here is the great ters dispatched and 377 received; tackle smashes but the Tiger line I t the Florida East Coast.

.r discussed consumer credit and post, development in this ,area duringthe 2,198 surface letters dispatched and I I held at that pojnt and the' quarter i

war credits ,for small businesses. I past few years and the prospectfor :: 2207 received. ended with the Tigers'in possession Years ago the two companies established -

Following the meeting ,several of J potential i development duringthe ------ of the ball on their own 40. 'Earlyin I I at Jacksonville joint

the visiting bankers made a trip ;years to come. HeretoforQ he Churches the second period the Tigers freight terminals for interchange cf

through the sugar house with Fred I has had all of the territory from Planning marched straight down the field to northbound and southbound traffic.The .

Davis as guide. I Lakeland to Lake Harbor and to Program of Bible pay dirt on a series of line, smashesand two railroads have jointly ex-

Those attending the meeting were: Everglades on the Palmdale branch. 100I end runs with Junior Martinez tended their through route, to Ha 't;

Lovick Holtzendorff of Arcadia, I This has now been split so that Mr. I Reading and Study carrying over for the score.Again vana, Cuba, by the medium of ,common .. (

treasurer of the State Association; I Allen will be in charge of the in the second period they made good ownership and operation (tem-

Harry Fagan 'of, Fort Myers, member branch from Palmdale' to Lake Harbor Ministers, laymen and the .American on a short passes and off tackle I I porarily suspended durjng the war
,,,,:> I Ir ) of Pe.ntwular. an4i: Oc"cidental ., .
of the executive board of the and from. Palmdale". to < Ever Bible Socief/ are planning smashes with Junior Wilcox .earn'. emergency ; ; h"
state association; Robert Conn,I glades. nationwide Bible reading period be- ing ac'ross for the score and th6 half Steamship -In-i'a.tUtotiozf'' '

vice-president of the First National I most tween Thanksgiving and Christ- ended with Clewiston leading 12-0. I" to its traffic interchange with the
Mr. Allen rs well known to
Bank of Palm Beach M. Mc-! of FEC Ry. the ACL has during
; business people of this area and will mas and by a nationwide canvass Late in the third quarter Marty'I i
Intosh of the Pahokee bank; H. c.1, be welcomed as a Clewiston resident.He ministers and chaplains of the armed Waldron broke through the center same period, been handling from

Smith of the Atlantic National Bank, I will be joined by Mrs. Allen, forces have arranged a series of of the Wildcat line and ran 25 yards and to central and South! Florida
West Palm Beach; W. R. DeLoachand readings chosen as being the most substantially the same type of freight
their two daughters and son as soonas for the Tigers' third score. The final -
Mr. Montgomery of the Punta he finds a suitable place to live. helpful in times such as the worldis tally came in the fourth quarter traffic, also passenger travel as is

Gorda Bank; Joe S. Earman of the Coming here with Mr Allen was now experiencing. when Waldron tossed a long 40 :yard being handled by the FEC. All

"Indian River Citrus Bank of Vero L. A. Anderson who is serving here The effort is being made not to pass to Richard Pape. through passenger service of the FEC

Beach; Roy E. Garrett, president of during the. season as terminal train- get Bible readers to continue read- Statistics showed that Clewiston from and to Eastern cities is and for

the First National Bank of Lake master. He has been general yard ing but to interest non-readers in made 280 yards rushing and 75 years has been in ,connection, with

Worth, Carlisle Rogers of Leesburg. :master in Tampa for many years. taking a few moments daily to read passing on 16 first downs and the I i I the Coast Line. The'same is true as
-:! C. V. Parkinson, president of the these selected passages. To do this Wildcats made 240 yards rushingand to through passenger trains between'
I To accommodate the new office Chicago St. Louis and other western -
< First Bank of Clewiston, W. C. every effort is being made to givefull : 17 passing on 18 first downs. ,
for Mr. Allen Coast Line employeesare cities and the East Coast of
i '
Owen, MV.. Bigg and Elbert L. publicity to the plan in every Richard Pape's play as a defensive
rebuilding the entire used
Stewart, cashier of the local bank. space way possible and to mail slips con- left end for the Tigers was outstanding. Florida.
by the freight office and adding '
taining the list of passages to men Freight trains of the Coast Linein

American Post another room on the south end, in the armed services., If the program I operation north of Jacksonville,
Legion The le Con-
I twenty by twenty for Mr. Allen'soffice. Tiger line-up: Pape, ;
: handle not only freight traffic from
I is successful the churches feel
The freight office has been over, re; Torbert, It; Holland, rt; "'r
Celebrates Armistice that fhere tide of and to central and south Florida but
will be a new mo-
I moved from the west Bide to the Brown Ig; Beardsley, rg;; Bolton, traffic
in. also in same trains freight
ral and rising
i With Dinner and Dance east side of the platform and has this nation.spiritual power c; McLeod, qb; Martinez, lh; _Wilcox' from and to ,the east coast of Flor-
been enlarged about a third. Of- rh; Waldron fb.
ida in connection with the FEC. The
In order to assist with the program -
I -- fices were originally placed on the The one point after touchdownwas ,
location the FEC
The Clewiston American Legion' the following list of the geographical of
west side because a large volume of select'I'I scored by Wilcox on a line in respect to that of the ACLis
Post No. 93 celebrated what many in boat and I passages is being :
freight was brought by plunge. \
such that the FEC is in a sense a
believe will be the last observance should be clipped out and saved for
.1- -- unloaded from the industrial canal. rails of ";,1
extension of the ?
A similar practical:
of the 1918 Armistice ,Day with a reference during the period. -
dinner at the Clewiston Inn followed This boat freight has now ceased I schedule of readings for the Future Farmer Boys the ACL from and to the east coast :
and there is no reason to provide
of Florida which the ACL j
by a dance at the Sugarland Park entire year of 1945 may be obtained territory
Recreation Hall. space on this side of the platform. I from the American Bible Society: To Collect Toys does not serve except in connectionwith .1
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There was no other program but Thanksgiving, Nov. 23 ....Psalm 193 -- the FEC. .

:: the crowd of Legionnaires and their Course 20 GraduatesAt Friday ..................._............ John 14 Vocational agriculture teacherM. Certain holders of first and refunding .,

; ladies enjoyed group singing of old Riddle Field FridayCourse Saturday ............................ Psalm 23 H. Sharpe, announces this week mortgage bonds of FEC Ry. ,

,J war songs during and following the Sunday, Nov. 26 ................ Psalm 1 that members of the Future Farmers have been in negotiation with

; dinner. Monday.........:............... Matthew 5 Chapter will start making a houseto management of the Coast Line, the,1

4 Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. J. 20 of RAF cadets who Tuesday ....................__...... Romans 8 house collection of toys on Wed- questing the latter to permit a .

! /, M. Couse, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Van Do I Ir graduated last week at Riddle' Field Wednesday ............ I Corinthians 13 nesday afternoon of next week, these vised plan of reorganization to be ',

f r ? Velde, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cassidy and received their wings at Impressive Thursday ............................ Psalm 91 toys to be taken to the shop, repaired 'submitted to the Interstate Commerce -

I and Miss Bertha Gram of Moore I ceremonies held at three o'- Friday........................... Matthew 6 and refinished and then returnedor Commission, the purpose of '

Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Taylor clock Friday afternoon, also heard Saturday ..___.....:__.::................ John 3 or, the owner prefers, be placedin which would be to enable operation 'i j

of Felda, Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne, one of the most Inspiring talks ever Sunday, Dec. 3 .................. Isaiah 40 a pool for exchange.: of the FEC property as part of tho ';)

'; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and given a graduating class by RAF Monday ..._..............::.;......... Psalm 46 Collections will be made each (Continued on Page 8) '.1

Mrs. F. E. Conkling,. Mr. and Mrs. Air Commodore E.D.H.: Davies. Tuesday ......__................ Romans 12 until the
Wednesday and Saturday
"I John Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. A-C Davis told the cadets some of Wednesday ..........:.(........ Hebrews 11 Christmas vacation. War Fund Quota'

Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, the pitfalls they could avoid in going Thursday .......,.......:........ Matthew 7

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mr. and II i into operational flying and Friday .............__....!........__.. John 15 Any: parents who perfers to re- Falls Slightly -.j

\'I Mrs.! J. E. Beardsley, Mr and Mrs. I cautioned them, principally, against Saturday........................... Psalm 27 finish his child's toys himself will V
i O. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John De thinking they knew now, because Sunday, Dec. 10 ................ Isaiah 55 be privileged to use the and facilities of Short In City V j

!\\i; Valcourt, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, they had won their wings, all there Monday ......................._... Psalm 121 the ag shop on Tuesday Friday .

1\\ L Mr. and Mrs. F. Carl Long, Miss was to know about flying. Tuesday ....................:... Philippians 4 nights and Saturday afternoons. Elbert L. Stewart, chairman of ,:

'\ f'{ Ann Savage, C. V. Parkinson, John I Special recognition was given to Wednesday ....._:......... :Revelation 21 the National War 'Fund drive for +

Mooney R H. Merriman, Charles I LAC Dudley Maxwell Lewis Lob who Thursday .....................__..... Luke 15 Tigers To PlayOkeechobee Clewiston, announced this week that V i

\1 Bolton, Cecil Jackman and Harvey was not only the outstanding cadet Friday ................. __......_. Ephesians 6 the drive had fallen -slightly short of

,:, Lutes of Fort Myers.Thanksgiving in: the course but who made the Saturday ............................ John 17 Friday the $1200 quota given Clewiston but

highest all-around grade in flight Sunday, Dec. 17 .....-.......... Isaiah 53 less than a hundred dollars. The

\i Dance To training, ground school and naviga-I Monday .................. I Corinthians 15 The Clewiston Tigers will finish exact figure was not available at the

I tion that any cadet had ever madeIn Tuesday ..............__.?.. .....:... John 10 here next I time.

Ii'l.i'l.' Be Held Nov. 25thThe .: any British training school in the Wednesday ................::....... Psalm 51 Friday their 1944.night football when season they meet the The drive was scheduled to end .\

United States A special award was Thursday ..n.u.-....:::_....m. Psalm 37 Okeechobee Catfish the local j I t the first of November but was continued -

Club/of/ given this oadet by John G. McKay, Friday ___......_....... .........._....... John 1 on I here until this week becauseof
Catholic Ladies Clew- field.
owner of the )local school. Saturday ... ., ..... Revelation 22 :. other affairs
m. .n. start. Many
season a
: i ton is sponsoring a Thanksgiving The Catfish, after a poor
'I, The wings parade was conducted Sunday, Dec. 24 .....'.::.n..... Psalm 90 considerably and interfered with the success of the .
t Dance to bo held at the Sugarland as usual with the Buckingham AAF start have improved <
j .. Recreation Hall, Saturday evening, band furnishing martial music. KIWANIS MEETING should furnish plenty of oppositionfor drive and a lack of workers made a
November 25, from nine until j the Tigers. It is hoped that a complete canvass almost impossible.In "'
I one: The class left that night for Canada The Kiwanis Club held only a
I view of this Mr. Stewart feels
i! o'clock. for assignment for operational brief dinner meeting at the Inn large crowd will be present.
r : The admission will bey,' $1.65 per training and a new class arrived by Wednesday evening and adjourned The Tigers are filling an open that the community has done well

I couple and $1.10 for service couples. train Monday morning to take their to attend a special movie showingat I date tonight by playing Arcadia to come as near to the quota as they

I There will be a door prize. places. the Dixie Crystal Theatre. there. t hare

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? Peace I I IW tried. '
X9S. In Organization KNUSc Its: str-unqe.I> think\

For Wendell Willkie: I bee 1Jo feel
Washington, D. C.
You were America at all its best rnusic'cl l .
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Ax clean and fresh as any prairie wind, < >
PLANNING Big Question Is Whether Congress Can Dele- II: And when you took your final journeywest i inside, (*. *

When the inside story of General (tti'j! ctAhI'I
Function to U. S. RepresentativeOn
.Eisenhower's!:: European war plan- gate You left a fragrant memory behind,

ning is finally told, the American World Council. i iI Yet now the little men who cried you

public will be amazed at some of the. 0 ( down

things he has put across. Here is _Shed unctuous tears and claim you as

part of the story: their own, 0 \j

Long before D day Eisenhowerhad I By BAUKHAGE And fit you with a smug, unwieldy crown ) Jf

timed every operation down to News Analyst and Commentator. Which long they well"know that you had
the last minute. The most important WNU Features.
Union Trust Building, cide whether he would support Dew-
maneuver was to break WNU Service, I You were America and millions weep
through the Germans' Atlantic wall Washington, D. C.. ey until he had heard both presidential Who fell in you a comrade and a friend,

and wedge an opening through When the last election bet is col- candidates speak on the subject.He And yet we have your prophecy to reap,

which other troops could pour. The lected; when the echoes of the windi- listened to two one-half-hour A prophecy you left at journeys end. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

German High Command consideredthis est argument have died on the No-. speeches by Dewey and then, after

wall impregnable. Yet Eisen- vember breeze, a lot of people will the one by Roosevelt before the For- America is big enough for all :

hower's driving demand for offensewas believe that when they cast their eign Policy association, said he The poor, the weak the humble and the
small!-Don Wahn.
such that he allotted his men ballots on November 7 they were would support Roosevelt because

exactly 45 minutes to get through.He deciding the question of whether Roosevelt met "squarely and unequivocally The Magazines: Pip of a SEPieceby Business Opportunities r <<
vital and
the two con-
had each move so carefully to join effective
America an
John Mason Brown Publish
deftly Books for County Fairs. Conven-
troversial issues which the isola-
timed and planned that, after 45 world organization to preserve on test tubing differences between tions, etc. No caoital. El? profits. Infor
tionists kept us out of the League Plummer, P. O. Ilex 00. Westficld. Mass.
minutes, other ships, supplies, men Americans
peace. and Britishers. The importance -
would be piling up on the beach, Not at all. of Nations and will fight our entry of such an article should

would have no place to go unless It was plain long before the into the United Nations security or- not be underestimated. A primary PRINTING

the break-through was accomplishedin election that the question of whether ganization. He insisted that the ,requisite for international friendship -
United be MIMEOGRAPHING: and ,
Nations organization
allotted. to
the time the United States' was willing is 14 of fine
a keen understanding of years work and fair prices. Free
formed before hostili-
Before the invasion a full- join an international organization without delay, I other nations. samples and prices. E. ALLSMIIH. isoo
ties cease and that it be granted W. Nedro Avenue. Philadelphia 41. Pa.
scale replica of German fortifications with teeth in it did not depend on ,
constructed in the candidate selected. power to use military force against
was Broadway Smalltalk: Malcolm

built from aerial photo- The day in October that Senator future individual aggressors'without approval of each requiring mem- Meacher is no longer writing for Cedar Timber Wanted

graphs. And day after day, Ball, Republican of Minnesota, an- ber nation." the March of Time because of its WANTED-OPA ceiling price paid for red .yg
American troops rehearsed nounced that he would vote for refusal to deal with'the issues on cedar posts or loss at cars when loaded.

their break through. The best Franklin Roosevelt and not for Dew- Senator Ball went on to say that Margaret Halsey's best seller, Need timber.several Write carloads.TIIE LANE Wanted CO., Inc.reel,cedar Alta-

time they were able to make in ey for President, we had a press Governor Dewey "has opposed delay "Some of My Best Friends Are Sol- I Vista, Virginia.

these rehearsals, however, was ,and radio conference in his office in but has not met squarely the diers." Customs men have de-

one hour and 30 minutes. But the Senate Office building.' As we second vital issue. He has spokenfor tained a Met singer in Miami, who Heavy Influx

when D day finally came, thanksto crowded five deep around Ball's a strong international security returned from Brazil the other day Between 1819 and 1926 about 37

General Eisenhower's dynamic desk[ somebody remarked: "He organization, but in each speech hasso with undeclared gems valued at million people emigrated to the I
worded his commitment that
planning, they made it ought to have used the caucus over $15,000. Hoagy Car- United States.
not in 45, but in 35 minutes. room." Except that Ball is inclinedto both internationalists and isolationists michael's music for Ballet Russe

But with his advance into France keep his head down like a bull, could find comfort" and support will be called "Swing Street." -

timed to the hour and day, Eisen- instead of his chin out like a bulldog in what he said. Don Ross, the Chicago reporter who
hower, after the original .breakthrough the young, former newspaper I quote that paragraph at length went to Warner's for a job in the
since it is quite possible that you 1 I I
ran into difficulty. press dep't, wound up as an actorin
Lieut. Gen. Omar Bradley kept have not seen it in print-I copiedit Ida Lupino's next flicker. For #
right on schedule in penetratingsouth from Ball's own statement-and the first time since the war startedN.

into Normandy. And Maj. Gen. because I think a great many peo- Y. university is hazing freshmen. '\

Joe Collins was on schedule or aheadof ple, some of whom supported Mr. F. Sinatra wishes the egg-

it in penetrating Cherbourg. In Roosevelt, forgot that he was for thrower would come over to some

fact, they had developed, in coopera- going the "wholehog" and that gym with him "for a workout."
"whole hog" in Mr. Ball's languageand
tion with Eisenhower, a new type of
the of those who
language are
advance. Instead of advancing so GIs are confused. General Eisen-
going to fight for this organization in
many miles and then waiting for hower wears the four stars of his

supplies to come up, as at the slow- Ii the congress, .may mean more than rank on the left side.of his shirt collar -
some people realize. It shouldn't to
moving Anzio beachhead, they developed while Generals Bradley and
who heard read Mr.Roosevelt's .
the tactic of barging ahead anyone or "Marshall wear them on the right.
and took it seri-
regardless supplies. speech .0' The reason is that U. S. army --,
Thus General Collins surprised the ously-but we don't always take political regulations- state: "All articles of Try Great Tonic Many Doctors Advise t

Nazis and the world, ignoring Nazi speeches seriously. The Pres- I uniform for wear by the Generalof -
ident said the American member See how goodtastingScott's Emulsion
machine-gun nests, forgetting about the armies and the Chief of Staff
of the Security Council of the Unit- helps tone up your system; helps build
supplies and forging right into Cher- are such as each may prescribe for
bourg before its defenders knew ''.. UI"J'1' ed Nations, which would be madeup himself" So General Eisenhowercould up stamina and resistance against colds-

what was happening. of eleven,member nations, should wear a derby and the four if there is a dietary deficiency of A & D

Trouble with Monty.. "be empowered in advance by the i stars on the seat of his pants, if he Vitamins. It's easy I Simply take Scott's

Eisenhower's chief trouble, how- people themselves, by constitutionalmeans I liked. daily throughout the year.It's great! Buyat

ever, was with General Montgomery through their representativesin your druggist's today!
congress, with authority to act.
whom Winston Churchill once Ass't President Byrnes has asked

described as "magnificent in defeat Constitutional for a trained staff of 25,000 personsto p

insufferable in victory." Procedure InvolvedThis start termination of war con-

General .Montgomery had been tracts. It will be Washington's big- !>-

given Caen as his objective. But d.% is generally interpreted as gest postwar agency. F. Sinatra
days passed and nothing happened.The .
will sing for troops in'the S. Pacific.
(1) Congress would pass a law
offensive minded Eisenhowerkept The other Her
Sen. Joseph Ball American day Highness,
stating that if the repre- >
hammering at Montgomery, accompanied by four bodyguards, .
urging advance., But nothing hap- man who has served four years in sentative on the Security Council felt invaded Fifth
a avenue shop, upset
pened. Actually, Montgomery had the senate (two years by appoint-' that American military forces (with the gaping personnel and routine of Starts INSTANTLY to relieve
those''of other members of the
organization -
just as high a rank as Eisenhower, ment) reminds me a little of Wen- the place and then bought $14 worthof
) should be used against
( had seen many more battles, so dell Willkie. I stuff. MUSCULARAC
't Eisenhower "an aggressor he had the power to
; : jn
was no position to There were a number of hard-I
:.i f get too rough. commit this government to order
such In other words to What they don't announce is thatan
Finally Air support. en- iES&PAUfMS[
Intelligence showed the reporters in the room and some
ter into what might amount to war, entertainer, overseas for two
that German resistance
behind the in
their atti-
were a cynical Soreness and StiffnessFor
later years, is ,in a Paris hospital with a
Allied lines was a mere shell. He tude. But they agreed that Ball was
relief rub
severe case of shell shock. Ev- blessed prompt on
would likewise
could tell from air observationthat sincere, ,that he was taking the step Congress passa powerfully soothing Musterole. It
the Nazis were able to bring he took not because of, but in spiteof law permitting the majority voteof ery time we read the insultshurledby actually helps break up painful local E :-
the Security Council to supersedethe a few critics at showfolks who congestion.So much easier to apply than
_, up only about 25 per cent of their politics. Of course, he comes ""
amustard "No No
vote of the American represent- go overseas-we third: of Carole plaster. fuss. muss
supplies. Their reinforce- from a state where they aren't quiteso with Mustcrole Just rub it on.JUST .
: ative to American (and other) Lombard and the actor victims in
r'needed ments had to hide in the daytime, adamant about party lines and In 3Strengths
that Lisbon crash.
advance only at night. Most of theFt Tie won't be up for election himselffor military forces against an aggres-

;: bridges across the Seine were down. four years anyway. When he sor.As j

r So Eisenhower, tired of waiting was asked if he hoped to run againon to point two, if the Russianshad Love.Letter: pe

1: for Montgomery and already behind the Republican ticket he said he their choice as expressed in the The weary town will soon be fast asleep,

:. schedule the conferences at Dumbarton Oaks this The is cold and pitiless doom ..
gave order for Gen- did but that depended on what atti- moon as ,
,: .- eral Bradley to ignore Montgomery tude the party in Minnesota took. clause would not be effective-they ,And yet we have a rendezvous to keep, h YYP

and break through the Nazi lines All during that conference there argue that no step should be taken Within the shadows of a quiet room r

to the south. wasn't a word asked about the issue by the council without the unani- The candlelight tints beauty on your face, ",
\ agreement of the great I The wine will steal reality away, e cO Ra
mous pow- '.
I' behind the issue-the step which this 'Gp-brush Applicator ,
And tows we make can quietly efface
r-. ers. In other words, the single vote mekei'nAckLw4o"DASH
DEMOBILIZING OLDER MEN has to take the decision it
country A
of Britain The terror of a new, unwanted day. GO MUCH ABTHE8
; War department officials of the representative IN FEATHERS..
are under has to make regarding our own policy -
Y< heavy pressure to make one toward extending the powers Russia, China and the United States, And so it goes for those who chase a star

:;: very.important change in the army's over the use of our armed forces to at least, could veto any step pro: The search may end in heartbreak and

plan for demobilization. posed. defeat,
: another beside AndI
organ congress.
,' The demobilization plan did not think it might be well to take But the representatives of Great But there is always magic where you are, WNU-7 45-44
consider servicemen's up Britain and the United States at A magic that is tremulous and sweet .'. .
age. How- point by point the Ball-Roosevelt- I
': Dumbarton Oaks said that they
ever, men overseas, particularly controversy and see just '
Dewey both willing to make majority And who will have more lovely scars to
those in the were .
European theater, have what issues are involved. .
action. I
been rule the basis of It is conceivable -
f- angrily pointing out that the and loveshould chance to ?
Russia If you ever go
; British demobilization Says FDR Met that if were con- j /- -Don Wahn.
vinced that the United States was
:. gives each
man a specific number Issues SquarelyIn

(s.:::: of points for age, thus assures old- the first place, it will be recalled wholeheartedly she would in around the organization to that view., Sounds in the Night: In the Zanzi- !May Warn of Disordered k q

t: er men a better break. The Ball come bar: "She's mean enough to be the Kidney Action
army that was one of the "B2H2" of the constitu-
So far the question Modern life with Its hurry and
said worry
{ it had drafted older "re heroine of a best-selling novel.
men combination which carried :
: on tionality of..a law which would arm Irregular habits, improper eating and
F, luctantly," because most were heads the bipartisan drive to force the to the Se- In La Conga: "His radio pro- drinking-its risk of exposure and infec-
the American delegate
tion-throws heavy strain on the workof
.>.. of families. The GIs now point out senate foreign relations committeeto curity Council with the necessary gram is where a good-gag goes whenit the kidneys. They are apt to become

.. that it would be equally logical to act on a resolution favoring the has not been ,debated. The dies." In Lindy's: "Excuseme over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
powers, and other impurities from the life-giving
-' discharge these older men among creation of an international organi- New York Times points out that the lady. I was just trying to makea blood.

the earliest, since they are needed zation to preserve the peace. "B2- Constitution designates to congressthe dream come true." At the You may suffer nagging backache
by their families. headache, dizziness, getting up nights
"If Maine
; H2 "- if have forgotten stood for to declare Copacabana: they carry
you unique' power 'war, leg :pains swelling-feel constantly
Veterans' administration studies Senators Burton, Republican, Ohio; except when American territory is they won't be doing anything dif tired nervous, all worn out. Other signs
reveal that the cost of the banks there have of kidney or bladder disorder are some
keeping older Ball, Republican, Minnesota; Hatch, invaded; but does not state that the ferent than times burning scanty or too frequent
men in uniform is greater than for New been doing for years!I" urination.
Democrat, Mexico; and Hill, use of force cannot be delegated.In .
Try Doan's Pills. Doan't help the
younger men, since the army pays Democrat of Alabama. any case the chief question is -- kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
.'; out large sums for dependency. Allotments More dramatic than of the have bad than half a
\; Then the BH quartet, again gen- whether the people will have the any waste. They more
,). .' have proved meager and erously assisted, set forth to keep courage to venture into this new Broadway shows was that momentat century of by public grateful approval.users everywhere.Are recommended -

scarcely able to keep families to- the foreign relations issue out of the realm wherein the United States the Colony when the Duke and Ask- your; neighbor

pp. gether. Yet, under the demobiliza campaign.: This was done with a government would accept the majority Duchess of Windsor bumped into

tion plan as it stands now, family fair degree of success but not en- j wishes of a group of world Lady Thelma Furness, the' Duke's t

heads would be among the last men tirely to suit Senator Ball. He arose states, just as we accept the wishesof favorite companion until Wally
to be
and declared that he wouldn't de- the majority of congress., came along.

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S GP 4NTl RICEHAT A ND IJ 'P' :::1 III!: ;: ;i rr r. called Joan-Why Jasper-That the, "radio All do train Aboard they train 1 call."came! it that in?on it' .'.;:,

.qb Candling Eggs on for Jasper-It station identification.stops \icry fire. minutes ,

.. W pitcher in baseball has I <.,.. .. ,..., ...... $.... Farm Increases Profit ,/,
had the greatest combinationof .M M J!it :::':%;:;':+:M n1tit'::,:::m:rii::::!;.;.:.t:.::.:ifi: :!::r :.::: mi.:::.:.;ti: 1l@ibiii;: :::::::ff:::::::: tr:: ::::iimimii:: : : : A girl's idea of a stepping stone -' ';
: speed and a curve ball? t to success is T
generally a diamond
This argument, developed with Their Quality Will

great speed recently in 'a gathering Increase ConsumptionWhile That's Luck

I" of baseball notables. Your cor- Spoofy-I fell over 40 feet today "

respondent put this matter up to a without getting hurt.
candling-is not an exact science -
long list of
managers and old players -
Goofy-Did land
::: who should itserves to eliminate those you on a
know what they aretalking feather bed?
eggs which will mark down all eggs
[ 1 about. It was generally marketed. Fourteen out of Spoofy-No, I just stumbled .."
I. agreed that Walter Johnson had the every
hundred through a crowded street car.
the j
king of all fast eggs are "rejects" on
balls. That's about market. Many of these could be util-

all old ized on the farm, for home (the bet-
; Barney
'- needed in his prime. ter ones) and as hog or poultry feed :

I"> It for the worse "rejects. .-a.
was also conceded WAR >
1 that among An unusual number of "spotted"eggs .

the smarter pitchers means that the flock has in-

:; you bad to rate herited this defect. It might be pos- "

-- Alexander sible for the farmer, who has a
r' Mathew- STOMACH
.::J%. son and Hubbell large number of spotting in his eggs, '

: Dizzy Dean was A y : Yarounderwith to pick out the offenders and cull .

?,. also given a high them out. The spotting rejects alone J .f3 J
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costs,the farmer $45,000,000 annually.
: I
., rating: as an all- :tkZ
'' If the farmer removes all "re 4 if l :
;' speed,
.. Grantland Rice jects" he will secure a better price
; a good curve and a "'
I for the balance of his than he Overwork -.
:'" change of pace when necessary.I eggs over-worry hasty meals ,
think it would have for his entire output may bring nervous indigestion. ;.
: was Casey who .
,''. added good and bad. When your stomach is upset, trysoQthingPEPTOBISMOL.Helpsbring ,: .
; up all the qualifications need- :\
"; Dirty should be cleaned. A :
ed and his score card put Carl Hub- eggs prompt relief from distress after :

: bell on top. After all Hubbell won 24 _. __ ...__..____.._.w7Lav .S ?aS acv:c.rwwae0n .::4ivG rL'.X.w''ukb S i lime wash will not show; even when meals, heartburn, gas on stomach. ':
F) consecutive games. examined by experts. Fresh eggs Tastes good and does good.Ask your : :

:p'?' Cy Young drew the nomination Fish for Dinner Have It OftenSee will show an air-space of not over druggist for soothing PEPTO-BISMOL. 1'/

t, for durability including arm and ( Recipes Below) one-eighth of an inch in depth. When A NORWICH PRODUCT :

", head through more than 500 vic- the egg is fresh the yolk will remain '

: tories: 510 to be exact. Fish Foods r Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu about center. "
Blemishes, blood spots or damage
;:, The
list of
great pitchers is
ex- Those red point problems won't spots on the yolk show up as dark

;,":.- There tremely long, dating back to 1900. iron out by themselves. They need spots when the egg is candled. Bloodspots Joseph iTh
was Ed Walsh-Addle Joss
) :-. the expert guidance of, the home- Tomato Juice ,
,L{ -Smokey Joe Wood-Jack Chesbro of work- Baked Haddock with Dressing ASPIRIN 1 P1 : ':
maker who makes
-both( Walsh and Chesbro 40 a hobby WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER ATDOL'T '
f'Y won Chopped Spinach with
ing out her point budget to suit her
or more games in one season). Egg Garnish
own particular needs.We've .
; ,There was Herb Pennock and
Lefty Baked Potatoes
discovered lots of delicious .
.. '. Grove and Ed Plank There was foods since food rationing began, and Grated Carrot Salad Muffins l' FOOL
: Bob Feller, one of the best. And
not the least of those is fish. It'sa Stewed Dried Apricots WITH COLD MISERIES
k. Dazzy Vance, voted the most effective Cookies Beverage
fairly inexpensive food and gives
f/, .ra: of all ,pitchers excluding HERE'S FAST RELIEF '
you a wealth of protein, vitaminsand 'Recipe Giventablespoon ,
< Johnson. Alexander '
Matty and Hub. minerals.
:: bell finished under blanket. Headache.
Fish may be purchased whole or

C Connie Slack's Decision as fillet or steaks. Scales may be Vz minced capers RELIEF TWO-Reduce fever.
.. 1 tablespoon minced parsleys
left on when the RELIEF THREE-Lessen body aches.
r Ia' In the midst of all this confusion fish is cooked for cup mayonnaise RELIEF FOUR-Ease stuffy
nose. -:{
i"', 1, tablespoon tarragon vinegar
: we finally decided to put the prob- they usually soft- RELIEF FIVE-Reduce muscle aches.
e lem up to Connie Mack, who has en in the cooking Drain first five ingredients and
S- only been around in r fold into aise. Add vinegar. Grore'* Cold Tablet get right down In-
baseball a brief process. The mayom tide to work Internally on all those cold
; : matter of 60 odd years. methods usually Bass, halibut, perch, pickerel, pike miseries for prompt relief A combination -
of eight active Ingredient Take exactly -
: "Just'what is the argument employed for pre- I or trout may be substituted for the as directed.Large size saves money. '

-"r. about?" Mr. ,Mack asked. paring fish are haddock in the above recipe.

I} "The argument is this-what one the same 'as used Mackerel with Bacon and Onions. I place the eggs as inedible, but GROVE'.S'r .J

pitcher had the greatest combina- for meat broil- (Serves 4)) can be utilized for home consump- S

tion of speed and curves?" ing, frying, bak- 1 pound fillet of mackerelSalt tion. Development of germ in fertile COLD

-- "My goodness," Connie said. "I ing and even and pepper eggs also places the egg in undesirable TABLETS _':.

think that's quite simple. His nameis boiling. If well cooked and sea- '1 cup sliced onions I class.In "

Rube Waddell.: Now Johnson had soned, fish can be a welcome addi- 4 tablespoons buttercup candling it is rather easy to :.

the best speed. But Walter only hada tion to your table. 34 fine, soft bread crumbs tell eggs of high and low quality, e I

fair curve ball. His speed was Broiling Fish. 2 slices crisp, broiled bacon but it does require skill to pick thosein .:

enough. Matty and Alexander depended When using whole fish for broil- Arrange fillets in shallow, greased the intermediate stage. Persons SNAPPY FACTS

largely on control and ing, clean thoroughly, then wipe dry baking dish. Sprinkle with salt and who are skilled in the art, however, ABOUT

smartness. Grove and Feller both and sprinkle with salt and pepper. pepper. Saute onions are able to accurately grade theI I
had fine speed. But you are talking Brush the broiler pan with fat and gently in but- eggs properly. RUBBERProgress

.. about both factors speed and place fish on heated rack, about two ter until tender 4

curves. inches from broiling unit.. Broil until but not browned. .
(: fish is well browned and flakes AgricultureIn
"Now I'll tell you about the Rube. Turn out on fish,
when tried with fork. It will take
He had terrific speed. He was a a sprinkle with the News
from 6 to 12 minutes to broil the fish
big, loose, lanky fellow who was almost crumbs and top of our Pacific war
as fast as Johiason. I know depending upon its size. with bacon. Bakein program and the growing
Peanuts Gain.
j. outside If you are broiling fish fillets, hot possibilities of reasonably
of Johnson
I never saw a oven (400
any to
) faster. brush them first with melted fat and degrees until fish The application of chemistry quick recapture of some rub-
one )
' sprinkle lightly with flour to give agriculture has resulted in the ber areas in the Far East
"But his is done about 15
curve better ,
was even
I them _a crispy surface after broiling. ground pea or peanut becoming a have made men who know
than his
speed. The Rube had minutes.
the real factor in its own name as wellas the rubber industry best em-
I fastest and the deepest curve I've Baked Haddock with Dressing. Salmon and Vegetables. a serious' competitor for other phasize the need for sound

ever seen. You know what great (Serves 4)) (Serves 6) farm crops, particularly the soy policies to deal with the eco-

I hitters Lajoie and Cobb were? What 2 haddock steaks (about 1% pounds) 2 tablespoons diced onion bean. nomic and political problems

.. : wonderful batting eyes they both tablespoons chopped onion 2 tablespoons butter The peanut ,furnishes a cork sub- which the gradual return of
-) had? Well, I've seen the Rube Vz chopped mushrooms natural rubber will raise.
pour 2 cups cooked peas stitute, they yield more oil per acre
J one over that started and looked 3 tablespoons butter 1 pound salmon, cooked or canned than cottonseed Mexico has Its own way of conserv-

c waist high. I've seen both Larry and 1 teaspoon 'chopped parsley 2 cups diced, cooked potatoes and they rank ing tires. Mexican motorists are required -

Ty swing at this pitch as the catcher 1 teaspoon salt Dash of pepper high as an energyfood. by government regulation,

1 dug it out of the dirt. I've seen % teaspoon pepper Vs cup ,sour cream A fiber simi- to keep their cars Idle one day a :

great hitters miss Rube's curve ball 1 tablespoon water lar to is week. Car owners select their ...
Cook onion in butter until tender rayon
more than a foot. I honestly believe I1/: cups fine bread crumbs made "motorless day"and then must dis-
but not browned. Add liquid from now being play on their windshields a stickerof
I the Rube's curve often brokeat Place steaks in shallow, buttered cooked or canned peas and cook until from peanut pro- a color designated for that day

least two feet: But what is more baking dish. Sprinkle with salt and reduced to 1h cup. Place pota- w a.7t tein. It can fur- of the week.

important it was a fast curve one pepper. Saute onion and mushroomsin toes in shallow baking dish, add peas nish artificial but-

that came up in a hurry1and then butter for 5 minutes. Add all and sprinkle with pepper. Break ter and a' substitute t7c ;.
ducked like
remaining ingredients. Spread coffee.
't over salmon into large pieces and arrangeon
"Now, I'm'not saying Waddell fish. Bake in a moderate oven for top of vegetables. Combine Cheap, milder

was the greatest pitcher of all time. 30 to 35 minutes. Serve plain or with reduced liquid mixture with sour Peanuts and less stimulating -.
I'm saying that he could have been celery sauce. Strips of bacon
become a
may cream and pour over vegetables and than coffee, it might
and should have been for the simple be placed on top of dressing before
fish. Bake in a moderate oven (350 competitor to real article.
reason that he had more natural baking. degrees) 40 minutes until vegetableshave I The peanut can be used in the j
than other
any pitcher I've ever Tartar Sauce for Fish. absorbed most of the liquid. manufacture of salad oils, shaving

seen. I mean by this that he had'the 1 teaspoon minced onion ( Fricassee of Scallops. lotions, cosmetics soaps, dyes, B.EGo drich1
best combination
of what you are 2 sweet for in- 0
teaspoons chopped pickle (Serves 6) axle grease, massage paste
talking about-speed and curve. But 1 teaspoon chopped green olives fantile paralysis, bases in medicine,
the Rube had too many sidelines. 2 pounds scallops
flour candy, insulation, explosives,
Now and then he'd take a few days 2 tablespoons butter
board, textile lubricant, ,
off and go fishing, without saying 1 onion, sliced
LYNN SAYS glycerine, floor sweeping com- a
to about 1 flour
anything me it. tablespoon
pounds, fertilizer, stock and poultry
.! I recalled one of the last times Fish Sauces: For white sauce 1 cup stock from scallops feed and as fuel.

I ever saw Waddell pitch. He had variations,,you'll enjoy the follow- 1 tablespoon minced parsley \

,.1\1 1. Cleveland beaten 1 to 0 in the last ing: Add 1 tablespoon chopped Salt -and pepper Diet Saves Pigs
.. shallots to 1 medium 1 egg yolk
of the ninth when an error, a Texas cup white
" leaguer and a pass filled the bases sauce; or % pound sliced, 1 teaspoon lemon juice Market savings in weaned pigs as ?

with none out. The next three blanched almonds toasted with Simmer scallops 5 to 6 minutes. a result of improved diets fed during W/uJSu/ftA

coming up were Lajoie, Bradley butter; 2 chopped hardcookedeggs Melt butter, add onion and cook about gestation and lactation periods was r fOR MIIOR AC1ES All Mill If
and Flick, three of the best. ; % cup cooked shrimp with 3 minutes. Stir in flour until well found by B. W. Fairbanks of the / RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

1 hard-cooked egg; or Vz cup blended, add stock and cook until University of Illinois. Successful ,,,,,
.. The Rube had brought out two grated cheese. mixture thickens. Add parsley, salt weaning was increased from 7 to 83 ,

friends who were sitting in a box. Fish Stuffings: To 1 recipe plain and pepper. Beat egg yolk, and add per cent.

He left the pitcher's mound and bread stuffing, may be added: to hot sauce gradually. Cook for 2 I Satisfactory results during lacta-

'..' walked over to the box remarking, anyone of the following: % to 1 cup minutes, hen add scallops and lem tion are dependent in part upon feed-

,. "Ladies, I'll "be with you in about sliced, sauteed mushrooms; 2 tablespoons on. Serve at once. ing during gestation. The feeding
two minutes. chopped regime during gestation must not be

2'. He then struck out Lajoie, Bradley V4 teaspoon mace; green J/fc cup pepper ground, Do you have recipes or entertaining suggestions ignored when the question of high BRllNiGSi EftMSEfr
i and Flick on nine pitched which you'd like to pass on to
: balls. onion, 3A cup grated raw carrots mortality among baby pigs is being Largo BottleU feu rr1Y0Small) Size 60c
; them
other readers? Send to Miss
:. have to with Lynn *
I'll string Mr. Mack The addition of 10 *CAITIOI 1St om AS lllECTU l
considered. per
I, 2 tablespoons minced parsley, % Chambers, Western Newspaper Union, 210 Kill.rmll.r islet
on this opinion which I like to do ration II All COOO IRDfi STIRS if BT
alfalfa meal to
Mr. teaspoon savory seasoning and Vi South Desplaines Street Chicago 6, Illi cent MelEll mBB CB.. In.jmtOHll.lt +. FLi111AK
on offer.any opinion Mack has to I I teaspoon celery seed. nois. brought the increased results.

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heard.' including a recently-returned; Military Training After the I Nowling. ,

The Clewiston News I medical missionaryfrom''bhlna,-t," _. -.. >'' '' An article ""Doing-Things -war"j ...-;- I ,six field piece are,orchestra also cordially has been Invited.formed A
was read and discussed(
was among :
I the members. I( Cadet 'Club To among the new 'c urse of cadets;
Published every Friday In Clewlston, MOTHER'S CLUB HAS All the young ladies of the community
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, MONTHLY MEETING During the business meeting, a Re-Open Wednesdav j are urged to attend the Wed .b
inc. I : ...
committee was, appointed to plan the nesday evening dance and all succeeding '
The Mother's Club of Clewistonmet annual Christmas dinner to which -- dances to serve as dance
Entered as second class mall matter I the husbands of the members are After being closed for two weeksI partners and hostesses.
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In Monday evening at the Com- I I for
cleaning repairs
always invited. and the Cadet
Cl'ewiston, Florida, under the Act of Center. The devotional was
March 2, 1897. d given by Mrs. David C. Hancock; the The hostesses, Mrs. A. D. Richardson j I Club will re-open next Wednesday .:.N-N. Nii N N:N:N N N NON+:1i N 1i N:N N:1.:N:N:..:N.:-
evening. Mrs. Gene Powers, Recre- FOR )
Scripture reading was taken from, and Mrs. J. W. Durden, served anon 'I
Chairman a
CARR SETTLE Publisher the fourth chapter of first John, pumpkin pie topped with whipped :I I' the occasion will, has be announced a welcoming that :.':: TAXICABS :;

verses seven through twelve. cream and "coffee to: Mrs. G., H. party and dance for the new cadets .:. !'i'f
Subscription Unto-?ZKO Per Year During the program, Mrs. C, E. Brown, Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle, Mrs. C. j I who arrived at Riddle Field on Mon- .. DAY AND XiTK SERVICE .s..:.

Advertising Rated On Application 'Johnson discussed "Shall We Have E. Gericke, Mrs. David C. Hancock, I day. The' advanced cadets of the :;: PHONE 18 :=::

Mrs. M. L. Hutton, Mrs. C. E.John- I i .:..:":": .... .. .
son, Mrs. H. B. Magill Mrs W. N., --1"1:": : : :-:":":H:':":":
the advancement and welfare -
Devoted to
Martin, Mrs. Ed McGowan, Jr., Mrs.C. .
of Clewlston and Hendry County. I
L. McLendon Mrs.\ C. A.
G. M. FORD 1*
Mrs Curtis Thompson, Mrs L.
M. Weetman, Mrs W. D. I I DRESSED
Wylie, Mrs Civil Engineer and Surveyor
NATIONAL EDITORIAL S. K. Swayne Mrs. G. E. Etherton, : For Thanksgiving and Christmas Specializing: in Everglades : ',:

ASSCXIATIQN Mrs L. L. Ellington, Mrs. L. A. Orders Taken Now I
Anderson, Mrs. M. H. Peers, Mrs. I Surveys; :
MATINEE 3:45 P. M. MRS J. M. FOUNTAIN, Phone 82
DAILY W. B. Bowden and Mrs.R .0, ;rune Oy Ciev.is.ton, Fla. .
NIGHT-7 & 9 P. M.
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period that the Prisoner f_ tti'
During the
SUN. & IOX., NOV. W & 20
of War Camp has been located

near Clewiston the guards at the

camp have been almost entirely' ,
without recreational facilities but a J

few months ago this fact was rec- I VICTOR

ognized and a recreation buildingwas KAY MILLER MOOREcostarring I
t Z
erected. K''SER with
Now there is a building but it' KAY KYSER'S BAND -

lacks furniture, pictures, books, I 1g1e/
magazines and other things to makeit ALSO CARTOON

comfortable for the boys and an patffio 1i I

appeal has been issued, not by any TUES. & j\VED., NOV. 21 & 22 UXgen:\ -dutY ca110 d'cal Tech ,% .

of the boys at the camp we might Double Feature Program need-an ninCJ a s ..a1isare / .
add, but by outsiders who recognize utgen:1 signtnenL orta 'these speclalUyinq

their needs for help in obtaining i6 \ 'thete is en dot as ArmY Cot!>s. i\ own
Q'cnlrutr \11.
lr Vl S
these conveniences.The < ounq V1om en\S-each vn 5 y
generous residents of Clewis- k yL,;,,!. 4.J! Cl = \he ou& depatlnl celesa aioVl'SO %' s/ '',
than : San Pn / ,
ton could do no better deed des the d r rkr
f 'i
attempt to make the, stay of these w e11len\S. details now\ $ coun tsy \nva\U- i i.
soldiers comfortable as '% Ie setvlnq oPd. \ q ,
American hum
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in :
rot J J7. sa Gel cotnP\e\eL1..a\ comes n.d..lo\d. : 'n /%
possible while in this area. .- :: fI(1U1lT \hous Vlar. ,
.K 4 Ptide aid a the
ctY an atter Recruit'J
\ion 1l be rep gobs ArmY
'VO IAX'SSSOCIATIOX: Marshall with and Ronald ':k t,. Ulan '10.\1.v for profess Nearest U. S : w
HOLDS MEETING r: ualnUl your yoU /:, ;N N r
Graham a1e Contact need
( Delay! u-we. rs, ..1'o .
d '
The Woman's Association of the .TOE D Station! W e nee En -
Clewiston Community Church met 9 x
With Joe E. Brown
Thursday. Mrs.' David

gave the devotional and introduced THURS. & FRI., NOV. 23 & 21 + % 'IIFAfl "
Mrs. Tom R. Maser president of the

Southeastern Florida Presbyterian. "A Yank At Eton"with iatjl ;ifpe- ,

Mrs. Maser gave a very interesting a -
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The hostesses, Mrs. W. C. Owen, 'J ,J...
?, rs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Otto Lar- .
Jno. Wayne and Claire Trevor /
son and Mrs. A. O. Ward served refreshments -
to Mrs. Maser, Mrs. Bow- -inSt 'M ,
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a better America than ever before-look to Florida '

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CHURCH COMMUNITY.- an estate, for $5250.00\!\ I II II I

+ David C. Hancock, :MinisterOn cash I offer the six FOR SALE-16 I
! PERSONAL SOCIETY -I ((6)) I gauge

Monday evening, November 20, !unit Sagamore Court ren-i Winchester pump shotgun
there will be a covered dish supperat
J' the church. Following the sup- tals at Clewiston, Flor-i' ; '37 two door Ford
the Reverend Winslow S. Drum- I
ida. Present i | sedan. O. L. Sutton
mond of West Palm Beach and the ncome ,I ,.

:Mr. and Mrs. James Cheyne were I| Miss Jean Buzzell, who has been Worth Reverend will Fred A. Kullmar the of Lake of over $100.00 1 per month. i!i Box 7227. 1 Itp,
visitors in Fort Myers Monday. I working at the U. S. Engineer Office = present program I
"Spiritual Advance" for churches in C. F. Benford '
Adm. :
I for several months, has been II'
I Florida, the nation, and the world.
Mrs. Gene Powers was a business transferred to Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
I Everyone bring a covered dish and Fla. 2t.WANTEDTobuy.
visitor in West Palm Beach Frida1
and; own table service. All are invited I
Mrs R. R. Hooks returned Monday to attend. t I
Miss Roberta Foy spent the week- I from Jacksonville where, with
end with friends in Jacksonville. her husband, CPO R. R. Hooks MISS IJARTZ CELEBRATES' I Clewiston, Fla.
-- she had been visiting .relatives for THIRTEENTH BIRTHDAYMiss girl's or boy's 24-inch I Boats and .Jotors-Gulde Service
Foy Durrence was a business visitor a week. I i Rates ReasonableI I
Call Mrs.
bicycle. 'Drig-
in Arcadia Tuesday. Jeanne Bartz, daughter of { I \ H. Johnson, Mgr.
r Sgt. and Mrs. Leon .Cothern spent Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Bartz, celebrated ------ i '
.'. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner were' a couple of days here this week: with her thirteenth birthday Sunday -
; visitors in Sebring on Tuesday. I Mr. and Mis. Van Cothern. Sgt. night with a dance given at the I ---
Cothern is stationed at Camp But- Sugarland Recreation Hall.
<__ :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier were I ner. North Carolina.Mr. Mrs. Eugene Powers assisted Mrs. i- ,' ,' 1rj: "
visitors in West Palm Beach Satur- .I Bartz in serving refreshments of .rl
day.: and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mr. cokes, ice cream and cake to Lucy -
and Mrs'. R, C. Wilson and E. E. Parker, Shirley Owen, Carline Ber- /7'JeT44-
r Mrs. C. E. Bailey and daughter, Gross enjoyed a fishing trip in: ner, Pat Bailey, Mary Louise Thomas V .
' L Patricia_ were week-end: visitors in Everglades City Sunday. Harriett Alston, Edith Long and .
r. Miami ; Mary Lee Brinkley and Glen Meister -
Mrs. Gorda Collins, Mrs. C. A. Gene and Bub Mills, Stanley
y- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin and children Driggers and Mrs. T. L. Driggers Wright, Charles Miner, Junior Wilcox -
: and Miss Kathryn Baker spent I were visitors in West Palm Beachon Russ Owen, Raymond Trice,
the week-end in Jacksonville Saturday. Clarence Stiles, Sammy Young,

Bobby Berner and Howard Kepple. ,
Harry Greenberger of Okeechobee Week-end visitors In Clewiston
spent the week-end in Clewiston with were Miss. Pat Houtz and Miss Shir- BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Greenberger. ley Ruth Rodriguez, visiting Miss
Rodriguez's parents, Mr. and Mrs.F. Mrs. C. J. Nielsen entertained her

,: Mrs. C. E. Bailey and Mrs. C. F. M. Rodriguez.Miss bridge club Wednesday afternoon at
her home. Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs.J. .
Long are attending the Parent-
Majorie Combs, formerly of W. Ezelle and Mrs. Larry Nash
: Teachers Convention in Sarasota.
__ i. Arcadia, is a newcomer to Clewis- were guests. <
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1 ton. Miss Combs has Mrs. Ezelle high and TOTAllNG X10 '
accepted em- was scorer
Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford and Mr. i. OR MORE .t''uiye9
ployment with the Atlantic Coast Mrs. William C. Owen was second
and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez were visitors \ .
Line: Railway Company. high scorer. Others playing were f ,
:; in West Palm Beach T :},
lUrsdar.1 Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. C. Wil-
t Sgt. Margaret Campbell of Camp son, Mrs N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. 'J
., -, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones left Plauche, La., was the guest of Miss Deane Duff, Mrs. Otto Larsen and Fga. ,
; Corrine Baber on Friday of last Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. \ i ;j .1-
AtTanta week. Sgt. Campbell has been The hostesses served refreshments -, \ 1000 .i \
First Street
spending a furlough at her home in of chicken salad, hot biscuits
4': Mrs. Maud Hare was a business i i West' Palm, 'Beach.Lt. and coffee. if;

visitor" in West Palm Beach Satur _. '.o:,
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day. J. W. Beardsley arrived by ----------- --
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I plane Wednesday from Camp Shanks, "
t It,,';.-, Miss Marguerite Mizelle had; as New York, to spend his furlough ANTHONY'S' .:
:' her guest over the weekend her here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Y' '. ter, Miss Laura Mizelle, of sis-I E. Beardsley, and hi wife and __ .... I
;1 baby son of Pahokee.Mr. .
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Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Smith and l\h'\\
\ and Mrs. F. E. Hunziker were, visitors and Mrs. Harley A. Case, .- ..'
in West Palm Beach last week- I' formerly of Clewiston, announce the \
; end. I I birth of a son, Harley A. Case, Jr. : T'
; .f. ." __ i Ii j Mrs: Case is the daughter! of Mr. and ... .. WE ARE ADAMANT",

D,:. '. E<1'' Clark, AM 1-c U. S. Navy, j Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford of .Cl wistoI : -< r ,::-,.., .... :t :- ,,, ': ,
and Mr. Case is the'fornier assistant .. :"\ ON .- ) ,"
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stationed, at Lakehurst, N. J., arrived 1 "t: .c ., ... "."',
Thursday to spend a weeks' engineering officer of Riddle Field. !) : \'./ -
J,': .' leave. :
,J. Ralph M. Bishop arrived Wed- "QUA'LITY '
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:,,' 'nesday from Great Lakes, Michigan, .i"
Misses Laura Ann
and Emma -
where he has just completed his boot
;..-S Dugger and Mrs Pat McGehee
training in the '
U. S. Navy, for a ,
were visitors in West Palm Beach -
(":.: over the week-end. I heave I by Mrs.in Bishop Clewiston., they are Accompanied visiting his ;. .We won't budge an inch when it comes to. tampering

" Miss..1IaylenHamilton- of Day- parents i. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop. : :,.::*" with ."Anthony Quality. We're not only senti-

..' J ,: ,* mental about this tradition
tona Beach, has accepted a position I Mr. "
| and Mrs. Wilson B. Dozier,
;' with the U. S., Engineers. She is a !I jll, announce the birth of a son, I 'Xi.} we're really plain stubborn about it. Shortages
( <: sister of Mrs A. G. Twiddy. j
i Wilson B. Dozier, III. Mr. and Mrs.
Dozier r.- % ,or not. we'd rather tell you we're temporarily out ,
I and new son, are at present
: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers of West .. in ;' .' of than standards
Staunton, Virginia, but will return -I | an item -to compromise Anthony
'': Palm Beach and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. to Clewiston in .
the near future, '
[ ;., Nipper of ,Lake Harbor were, the I, where Mr. Dozier, will resume his ., .,i., of quality and price. : ,

,y., guests of Mrs W. P. Conley Sunday. duties as a Flight Instructor at Rid-I ,; .S ,
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I :&; :::iI.I;:= .f" '7'.r.; -:. Since we opened our business in J 1895, our aim has '

\ "', We Have Purchased .been to obtain merchandise' of dependable qualityand '.

l'./. assured style and offer itv at prices which are i l-,
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> national standard. i
,t-O,a The stock and equipment of the Palm Circle .,

f Dairy in Moore Haven. .

,, To carry out this aim we. depend on a corps of ex-! ;
The installation of electric milkers, pert judges of quality our department heads. We

latest bottling equipment and other mod -. also depend greatly upon our suppliers whose stand

f', ern dairy equipment will enable us to give I ards and integrity are as steadfast as ours. :- :r

' you much more efficient service. I

THE CLEWISTON Today, although we face procurement difficulties in --

DAIRY many types of merchandise, we are striving to keep

A. H. King, Owner faith with our friends and customers by continuing

;' to offer quality merchandise as one of our long-lived.
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TilE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle Corey "But Hoffbrower's going to flunk! patience, and his untrimmed white Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. being helped and comforted by
bad: a date with Paul Duncan, her fiance, It's in the bag!I" brows, which grew up into peaks on Released by Western Newspaper Union. the very existence of that good-
which she feared she could not keep, as "I want to help him all I can," his forehead, gave him a whimsi- ness.-Phillips Brooks. .
the wife of her employer; Mrs. Folsome Invitations Zorie said gently. cally ferocious appearance. His Lesson for November 19 Rich from the very want of wealth
wanted her to deliver some thirty
to a tea-In person. After office "But you can't put that tripe of eyes were mischievous and his jaw I In hcairn's best treasures, peace and
hours she calls! at her employer's ,h5me his ahead of mine!" Paul cried an- was large and prominent, and this, Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected health. -GRAY.A .
and picks up the Invitations. As it Is grily. "For heaven's sake, Zorie, as any student of human nature Council and copyrighted Education by International little explained, a little en- ........
raining:, she Is tempted to buy stamps for McGonigle's promised to read it as knows, is a dangerous combnation.: permission Religious ; used bj dured, and a little passed over
the whole lot and mall them. She leansagaln'st soon as you can get it done. To- Even before he spoke, Zone knew in silence, and lo! the rugged
a telephone pole and cries. Suddenly night! That's show important it is that her untimely caller was Paul's CHRISTIANITY AND atoms fit like smooth mosaic.

story a gravely.man appears.Then he He rips listens the,invitations to her to us! He'll be up all night reading crafty, willful, meddlesome grand- DEMOCRACYLESSON Small souls try to help the
I and term papers. It may be the-the father. world by what
from their cellophane covering they noisily do,
tears them to pieces. He halls a taxi fork in the road! You've got to do "You're Zorie Corey-ha-i?" he I 13:8.10: I Peter TEXT-Mark 12:13-17: ; Romans great souls by what they quietlyare. ;N
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and tells the driver to take her where she it right away, Zorie!" said. "The girl who is so clever at GOLDEN TEXT-Bear ye one another's ,
directs. Mrs. Folsome phones and asksIf "Very well," Zone said submis- doing manuscripts that the entire burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.-
the Imitations are delivered. sively. It meant she would have to faculty leans on her-hm?" Galatians 6:2.
stay up most of the night, to copy It was, she would learn, a confirmed I
CHAPTER III both papers. He must know it meant old habit that hm-ac- divine No form of government can claim Unit Shelves Easy
that, because he must know she quired from years of dealing with authority, for God's Word
But Paul's {face was shiny, too, would not let Jimmy Hoffbrower Hawaiian, Japanese, Portuguese, does not prescribe any special formof For You to Build
and ob down. and other government. But (and this is mostimporta'nt
and his eyes were angry Filipino plantation laborers --
livious. She backed into the roomas Paul kissed her quickly and mean- who might not understand the ) the principles upon
he entered, hoping he would take inglessly on the mouth, and openedthe simplest order. "You savvy-hm?" which government should be estab- WHETHER; you have a house
lished your own or whether
her in his arms and make love to door. "You're certainly a peach, "I'm Zorie Corey," Zorie said ina are clearly given in God's often you
move unit book
I Word, and the form of rule which shelves are
too said effusiveness meek voice. F +
hrr a little. But Paul was pre- darling, he with the the to -
: best fits answer many a problem.
cupied. There was a sheaf of yel- of a man who has got his way He quickly looked her over. He the teaching of the They be scaled
Word may to fit almost
low paper rolled up in his hand."I and is happy because you have come was really a very distinguished lOOKI necessarily calls for our inter-
any space; add to themas
est and you may
can only stop a moment," he to heel. I ing old man, so tall and erect, with support.We needed and
they be shift-
"What I've With his head turned he look- his find in the Bible the declara- may
saM vigorously. a night was striking white hair. ed from
one place to another
tion that according -
spent my time trying to wheedle ing at her whimsically. "You know, "I am Admiral Duncan," he in- men are equal in' the to mood.
that old pest into taking a plane Zorie, you'd be the ideal person for troduced himself. "My grandson sight of God, that government is to start in the your living room They and may end
west. But he's got another' of his that job." Paul has been telling me about you.I be"a ministry for God (see lastweek's in the children's
room or the
obsessions. He's on his way backto "What job?" know it's very late, but this is a lesson), receiving its authority -
the Islands, and some publisher "Working with the admiral on his very urgent matter. May I step in from Him and serving Him in
whose motives or mental processesare memoirs." for just a :moment-hm?" exercising that power. Men are to
certainly worth looking into has '"I?" she wailed. "Don't be silly." "Of course," Zorie said helplessly.He be loyal to the government be-

sold him on the idea that his life "Don't be so modest, darling. You looked quickly about the room, cause they are loyal to God. -:.
would make a wonderful book! virtually ghosted Ferguson's book on unerringly selected the most com- Our lesson carries forward the

Paul's expression was so dour that econ for him, and the amount of fortable chair and seated, himself, teaching of'last Sunday. It tells us
Zorie laughed. "Wouldn't it?" she original stuff you write into these with his stick across his knees. that:

asked. "From what you've told me papers you copy often saves them." ,"Paul says you're the cleverest The Christian Citizen Is-
about it, his life has been awfully Paul was grinning at her. "Sure, girl he has ever known; that you've I. Subject to Both God and Coun- oN

colorful." you would!" he teased her. "He'd worked on books of all sorts with try (Mark 12:13-17): ). ':' CENTER UNITS
"You don't understand," Paul storm up and down, dictating that professors, that you've a wonderful His devotion to God and the things I
said. "He's picked on me to. help garbage to you and you'd just sit talent for literary collaboration, and of God is to be expected of the Chris r- i' ,DEEP FIT SFIELVES ANY SPACE HOLD
him write it!" there in your sweet, meek way, and that you're just the girl to work with tian. We almost said that it is taken y rf.w '-' WIDE MAGAZINES
"You!I" Zorie gasped. She had me on.my autobiography?" for granted, and sometimes that is NO SHARP CORNERS
worked on enough of Paul's compo- Zorie's mouth was dry.' "But r so true there is no reality in his MADE SIMPLE RIGID CUTS WfTH AND MAILS EASY AND CONSTRUCTION MODERN GLUE

sitions to know his literary shortcomings ." she began. life. But surely ifhe is a follower
"Don't be modest, my dear," he of Christ he must be devoted to Him kitchen. The units may be divid-
"Yes!" said Paul savagely. "Me! checked her. "Paul says you do and to ,His cause. ed, multiplied or used in various

I loathe the story of his life! I was the real finishing work." But what about his country? That combinations.You .
weaned on it! I cut my teeth on it! "It will be a nice job, with easy relation appears anew in the strik- need no special skill to '
I grew up on it! I'm a problem I hours," Admiral Duncan was saying ing story of Christ and those who make the three units shown.

child because of it." "and I'll pay you whatever you came to test Him, yes, to trap Him These well proportioned shelves
Paul was pacing up and down the J think it's worth. We won't haggleover with a skillfully worded question.The were designed especially for ama-
small room, weaving his way adroitly price-hm?" Pharisees, who hated Rome teur homecrafters to make with
among tables and chairs and She realized that Paul had sold her for its domination of Palestine, and the simplest tools. A compass saw
brandishing the yellow scroll as if it down the river, to spare himself. the Herodians, who supported Romein from the five-and-dime will cut

were a sword. "But, Admiral Duncan-" its control of the land, were ene- the curved shelves of the, end units.

He whirled on her. "Did I ever { rs She understood now why his mies, but they, joined forces to C .

tell you the story of how he helped twelve grandchildren were in such tempt Christ. They knew that if He NOTE: Pattern 270 gives a full size pattern ,..
George,Dewey win the Battle of Manila dread of him., Much as she wantedto said "Yes", to their question, the for the curved shelves of these book ....

Bay-how he ran in under the get away from' 'Ellery ton, muchas Jews would be angry, and if He said of cases all and the large straight diagrams pieces.with Also dimensions a com f'

very guns of Cavite,and let the torpedoes she would love to go to Hawaii, "No," He could be condemned as plete list of materials required and illus
go?" she did not want to go at the cost of a traitor to Rome. trated directions for each step In the con-
"You mentioned that Zorie, struction of the units. To get this pattern
never having to work with this old tyranton
The trap was set, but it caught enclose 15 cents with name and address
murmured.Paul his memoirs. only the crafty hunters. Taking their and send direct to:
stopped again, facing her, Zorie would never know how he own pocket money He declared thatif
with his mouth twisted into it. But the
a wry accomplished next thing they used Caesar's money they MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
grimace, his hands, spread-fingered, .- 1r she knew, she was in her room ought to pay taxes to Caesar. The Bedford Hills New York
shrugged up in a gesture of comi- packing and he was lounging in the Drawer 10
coin stood for an orderly govern-
cal hopelessness."I doorway, wearing a whimsical, self- ment, benefits of which they enjoyedand Send 15 cents for Pattern No. 270.
tell darlirfg I'm des- smile and her what
you, a telling
perate man." \ ryr' interesting work it would be, and which they ought to support.II. Name.........................,...,...
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compassion. "Do you want me ry ing to the aid of an old man with a Neighbor (Rom. 13:8-10)).

to take him off your hands while great story to leave to posterityastory The Christian loves his brethren; ,
you work on your dissertation? He of which the' world might be indeed that love is one of the tests

can sit here and play with Toby robbed if it were not put down on by which we may know that a man

while I copy a term paper." m paper at once, my dear, because he is truly born again (I John 3:14). WAtIFOR
I "No, Zorie. There's somethingelse. was old-he was eighty-six-and he But that love reaches out beyondthe

He has another brain wave might not last much longer hm? circle of the brethren and FOLKS WITH SNIFFLY
on. He thinks I'm wasting my life. .' She wanted to laugh at that. With touches every man who has need of
He calls what I'm doing childish I "You don't understand," Paul his energy, which was that of a it. The teachers of the Jewish law lIetitl oltls

., nonsense. He wants me to give it : said. "He picked on'me to help him steamroller on a downhill grade, he had sought to circumscribe that

up, go back to the Islands with him, write it." would doubtless celebrate his one word "neighbor," but the Lord effectively Quick relief from dis-

and go to work as a cut-cane luna, take it down in shorthand, then workit hundred and fiftieth birthday.She dealt with that viewpointin tress of head colds is SPECIAL
on the old plantation and work up." up glibly into chapters. It wouldbe packed her two suitcases anda the story of the Good Samaritan what you want. So use Dauhle-Duty

"Seriously?" Zorie asked. right down your street, Zorie!" small hand trunk. The doorbell (Luke 10). up Va-tro-nol.Afewdrops each nostril soothe Nose Drops .
"I'll seriously! And I have to "It's street Zorie Over Admiral ,Duncan's voice,, Works( Fast -
say a one-way an- rang. All the commandments concern- Irritation, relieve conI I Right Whera
be awfully careful with him. He's swered, "and I'm walking the other she heard Paul's. 'I ing the vital matter of personal relationship gestion.Also helps preTrouble Is! ..
been dropping vague references all i way, thank you." They went downstairs. Paul was are summed up in the one vent many colds from
developing If used 1ntlme.JusttryltFoliow .
evening to drawing a new will when She finished copying Jimmy's standing in the open doorway with admonition, "Love thy neighbor as _
he hits Honolulu. If I don't watch term paper a little before two- his feet planted apart. His eyes were thyself" (v. 9)). When love. controls, directions in folder.
my step, he,might even cut me off. thirty. She made herself a pot of dark with anger, and his mouth there will be no social dishonesty,
Do you see now why I'm, des- coffee, took it into the alcove witha looked thin and hard. He was obviously strife or illwill.There will be no I EKSYA-TRQ-EIOL

perate?" cup and saucer and sugar and trying to control himself.He violence to the person or propertyof
"I see," Zorie murmured. She glanced through Paul's dissertation.It was white and he was trembling."So another, for "love worketh no
:" wanted to say that, in her humble was entitled, "Differences in here you are!" he panted. ill to his neighbor." ARE YOU OVERWORKED

'ti opinion, his taking a job and working Intellectual Functioning among Normal "You pulled another fast one, didn't This is the real "good neigh-

f- up on a sugar plantation in Ha- Paretic, and SchizophrenicAdults. you? What did you tell McGonigle?" bor policy." Even between nations, TIRED RUNDOWN ?
waii sounded infinitely more attractive ." She asked herself: "Is this Admiral Duncan managed to look real love and less effort -
..r: to her than his going on and nearly so important as raising this annoyed and vague at the same we to impress more one another by dip- Are you working too hard for your
becoming a professor of psychology, sugar that I'm putting into my coffee time.: "What are you talking about?" expeditions.Let age? Then VITA-BERLES may be
.. but she wisely refrained. lomacy and good will the pep tonic you need. VITA-
"Where is ; ? It certainly wasn't to her. he snapped.
there be less political manipulation BERLES contain special combination -
s.::.' he now?" I Starting in on the old family plantation "What you said to McGonigle, !1" and more loving, and we shall of Iron, Iodine, Calcium and high
> McGonigle's. He has I cut-cane "When?" (1500 USP units day)
a way, as a lunawhatevera I both potency per
,: Paul went on, "of bullying and cajol- cut-cane luna was and didsounded I "Just before you sneaked over find our neighbor, vitamin B-l. For men and women
in kind.
II'",- national, responding over 40, deficient in these vital elements -
ing you into doing what he wants, much more exciting and worth- here! Love draws out love from another. VITA-BERLES may be the
and he uses some kind of mesmer while bothering your head over than "Oh, that," his grandfather said. I, secret to building up pep, punch and
": ism, too. It almost always works intellectual differences between nor- "I asked him to excuse you so you III. Submissive to Both the Law of vitality for a happier, health.ler" romantic -.

I':j::: but when it doesn't, he's furious. Itl mal, paretic and schizophrenicadults. could go to the Islands with me- + God and Man (I Pet.,2:13-17). box. Demand life. Liberal VITA-BERLES supply in at$your 1.00:

.. isn't working on me tonight. and hm?" "Fear God" (v. 17)) ; that is, be druggist or send $1.00 direct.
.::;. he's fit to be tied. At a little before four, the door- "But you know examinations be- eager that, there is no failure on VITA-BERLES SALES CO.
f,; ":':' "The dissertation is finished-or bell rang again. It startled her, gin in a few days!" Paul said hotly. your part to please Him by obeyingHis 2175 Station H Cleveland, Ohio,
:l}" as finished as it can be with all this I, even though she was occasionally "You know I have a million thingsto law. That we expect of the

in the air. Will you copy it .tonight, called to the telephone or to the door do before the holidays!" Christian. But' we expect more; he .

'i darling, and will you take special by a student or an instructor at It was pitiful, Zorie thought: with- is to be a lawabiding'citizen, To relieve distress of MONTHLY
.t ,_ pains with it-spelling-and grammar some such scandalous hour to have out a twinge of pity, to see him obeying the laws of his country "for
: and reasoning and what not-and something copied.A struggling. He was furious-and trying the Lord's sake" (v. 13)). female WealtnessAlso
catch anything I've gone wrong on? pang shot through 'the small of so hard not to go too far. He I The believer may, by his godly
You know how my mind works better her back as she got up from the ,wanted to say so much more, but he faithfulness to his government, effectively ( Fine Stomachic Tonic)
". than I do.'J" ." typewriter. She was so tired she was as helpless as one of the white witness against the ignorant LydIa E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound -
: _: He held out the scroll to her, and staggered. Her hands felt numb, her rats he used in his control experi criticism of foolish men who pain and Is famous accompanying to relieve nervous periodic

't- she automatically took it. legs ached, and her neck was stiff. ments. would have us think that being a weak, tired-out feelings-when due
,',r' "It's in your hands. now, Zone The bell rang in long, urgent "Yes, I know," the admiral said Christian makes a man a weakling, to functional monthly disturbances.
he said. peals. genially. "It's all arranged-hm?" or so other-worldly that he is use- Taken helps regularly-P1nkbam's build up resistance Compound -

"But, Paul," she protested, "I've She opened the door. A thin, tall "I'll go next term when school less in this world. against such annoying symptoms

already promised" to copy a term old man with a furrowed red face, closes," Paul said grimly: Our freedom in ,Christ is not an especially Plnkham's for Compound women-it helps Is made nature
paper tonight. china-blue eyes, and curly snow- "No. I want you to go now." excuse for careless or wicked liv- and that's the kind of medicine
, The glow went out of Paul's eyes white hair stood on the doormatstill Paul had his hands in his coat ing. Not at all-just the opposite in to buy I Follow label directions. aVECETBLE

"/ and the drama out of his posture.. jabbing with his stick at the pockets. Zorie knew that his fists fact. We "honor all men." How can LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S COMPOUND
"Whose is it?" door button. He wore no hat. He were clenched. He was white with I that be done? Only by the grace of

"Jimmy Hoffbrower's." had an air of eagerness and im fury. (TO BE CONTINUED) .. God; but by His blessing we can.

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The Questions 6. What country's legislative

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t itiKt? clock and a sun dial agree exactly The Answers

h Y k : ,3n k ? 1. Four times-April 15, June
xi % a'A q{4'tt;;y aN 2. What sovereign, upon seeingan 15, September 1 and December 24.
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L groom-in-waiting, said: "We are 3. India. It has a volunteer
not amused'? army of 2,000,000 strong, according

[i Famous Animal in Aleutians I Hero Plants Flag 3. What country has the largest information to the government of India's
volunteer army? service in Washing.

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4. In London what is Rotten
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v 5. Duncan Phyfe's best-known 5. A lyre.
motif on furniture is what? 6. Norway.

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bronchial mucous mem
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bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding '
,-'.- 4c.I :4 N4 you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
rw to have your money back.CREOMULSION.

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T/S Michael J. Ryan, Brooklyn, N. Arid hdigestionRelieved
Y., had the honor of planting the .
in 5 minutes or double money back
first American flag on Philippinesoil
When excess stomach acid causes painful.suffocating "
when General MacArthur's gas,sour stomach and heartburn,doctors usually :
'r prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
Here is "Babe," the most famous animal in the Aleutian islands. troops landed at',Leyte. Ryan had symptomatic. relief-medicines like thosetnBelleauTablets. t
No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort in a
r :> Babe, a cow, was brought to that western outpost by plane and now previously been cited by General < ?< jiffy or 25e double all TOUT money back on return of bottle
to us. at druggists.
; provides seven quarts of fresh milk daily for the headquarters staff. Ink MacArthur for heroic work. :

:. charge of Babe is Earl Gist, seaman 2/c, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Shown at .

: the right, looking over the famous cow, is G. L. Peterson of Minneapolis. Make French Wine
Dehydrated milk is being used by most of the troops in that section as I So YOU want a Corde bag! Too
well as other war theaters. expensive to buy? ,Then cro-
chet either of the beauties pic-

tured-inexpensive and easy to do.

;:" Silver Has New 'Lone Ranger'I I I *
I Rich Corde bags crocheted in squares or
'" triangles. Pattern 936 contains directionstor
purses: stitches; list of materials.
I I 'tr > I| Due to an unusually large demand and
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; Y a sr current war conditions,. slightly more timeis
; required In filling orders for a few of
2' the:most popular pattern numbers.
j i Send your order to:
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\. 'n lr. Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, Ill. ,
t .. I'FiTVIq Enclose 16 cents for PatternNo.
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,r',;.'..- sl ffl \ 'fy4I Name PEAS, CLOVERSHere

,," Address
I are typical reports from
t, H'M I farmers 'who inoculate legumes with,
/ % NITRAGIN: 00.--0'" -4 i

USEHOLD "My Austrian peas inoculated with
: '
:l. __on ,; NITRAGIN were a good stand, grewt
.- I fast and made a good yield;
French soldiers attached to a I The uninoculated side of the :,
French armored unit sample freshly HINTS 'field made poor growth and
r, made wine. Soldier in barrel is was yellow all season."

.... ._--..., treading juice from the grapes, I I I : "I always inoculate vetch,
\; I somewhere on the continent. Their A small bowl of vinegar placedin clovers and peas with NITRAGIN'
;,: Lone Ranger and his famous horse "Silver" visited the White unit is, a part of the Allied command I' a room will absorb tobacco It is mighty cheap crop insurance!

l:: House and gave the President's grandson, John Boettiger Jr., a ride under General Eisenhower. I smoke.; "My neighbor tells me it ltfj ':
i' around the White House grounds. Photo shows the Lone Ranger, Brace -.- made the difference of wo CIOPa'oJ' .
: Beemer, ,standing beside "Silver" with John in the saddle while his moth Line the container in which you and a successful crop." g// / : "
I: er, Mrs. Anne Boettiger, holds the bridle. Leads Polish Aces I ILieut. remove ashes from the furnace "I increased peanut yields ," ._ r
: with wet paper ,to"keep down the 10 bushels per acre." v. i'

l" dust. It costs only about 15c an acre and i
-e- takes only a few minutes to inoculate -1
Airfields for Smash
j Ready qjfMMV $ / To pick up broken glass from legume seed with NITRAGINtheoldest
s t4 'the floor, wet a newspaper and ,most widely used inoculant for,
all legumes. Get it from your seed
gently wipe the glass with it.
e ask NITRAGIN ;
1 -.- supplier, just ;
After baking always leave the
a oven door open to permit the FREE
moisture to escape and thus pre-
vent the oven from rusting.In BookletsHow

1'C: Vi -e- '5-i_ t to grow

,',' wringing out pillow cases in botler Iogumel.r .
the laundry, always insert the
J PANAY4'y" n.: closed end into the roller first. Write Today

TACLOBAQ'DIILAG' This will prevent possible burst-

c eu ing of the seams..

Secret Is Out! D ..

1,6'i'ilL' raNyyy, NaSr:3: ?,, GOfAO:
; 1. : : hJ It's no secret that Nu-Maid Mar-

NEGRO PANAON garine has a finer, churnedfreshflavor
:BOWOL Nu-Maid is the Table- use"666Cold"Preparations
Grade Margarine made espe-
-. V cially ,for' use on the table-Adv.! p directed

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: 'TUBQMINDANAOy I ; THE PUBLIC nature of advertising bene-
2/"f: : .<
ii. .. everyone it touches. It benefits the

?; C W' COTABATOZAMBOANGA ;,) public by describing exactly the products that are offered. It

{ &DAVAON Col. Stanislaw Skalski, who benefits employees, because the advertiser must be more fair
? shot German be-
down 18
and just than the employer who has no obligation to the public.
come Poland's leading air ace of the
As U. S. troops expanded their wedge on Leyte island and drove the war, is shown upon his arrival in These benefits of advertising are.quite apart from the obvious
,: Japs into the hills, the newly taken airstrips were being put in order for New York City. The 28-year-old air benefits which advertising confers the lower prices,the higher
air drives on major Jap areas. As arrows indicate, the next major steps fighter has been in action since 1939
the better service that with advertised and firms.t' .
are expected to be aimed at Mindanao and various islands in the central over Poland, Africa, Italy and quality, go goods
Pacific. This move will be a direct smash at Jap supply lines. France.

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I . ...... ............. ....................... who is a lieutenant-commander-:zikcr, Mrs.- : A. C. Lyons, Miss Laura I the court rather than in control >t .
t..................+..-:... ). . . .".I aboard one of Uncle Sam's largest Ann Owens, Mrs. Gene Reahard, Mrs. I any of its security holders present
carriers and an Annapolis graduate, I Fred Perry and Mrs Lucille Bink- or future, until some plan for future

class of 1922. His letter told several ley. operation has sanction of the Com- Now is the time
I to
With I amusing incidents during actual mission and the court. It is believed -
and expected Jap air attacksbut I CATHOLIC LADIES CLUIJ I that at any hearings the: I start <---I
I was concerned to a great extent I HOLD MEETINGThe Commission may hold a predominant a regularSAVINGS,
I with the fighting ability of Lt. Ed I public interest can be shown i ., .
Our I II
Boysin I Turner, whose, wife and baby live in monthly meeting of the Cath- ,which would justify the operation !,!
Clewiston, who is flying one of the olic Ladles Club was held last Monday ,lof the Florida East Coast property i i
I fighters based on his carrier. To evening at eight o'clock in the as part of the Atlantic Coast Line.
theSerY1Ce date of that letter Lt. Turner had St. Margaret's rectory. The religious !i In addition to being predominantly -
I twelve Jap Zeros to his credit. i education of the children in the public interest, the plan
was discussed and plans for the now proposed in my opinion 5s
Of much interest to his friends Christmas holidays were made. In from a financial standpoint move
here and service friends all over I December, there will be an electionof favorable to the present'creditors I '

the world is the announcement this officers for the coming year. At (than any plan heretofore
week of the marriage of Lt. LloydG. the close of the meeting, the Presi-1 ed. It is recognized of conSider-I
Kelly, USNR, and Miss Eileen I dent, Mrs. Eugene Powers, served the financial responsibility ACCOUNTII
..x..:..:N:N N f1:N:N:------x Nf1..x..J'.H Ison of Excelsior Springs, Mo., ,oa refreshments of cake and tea to the 'which the proposed plan the ..J'"

Nov. 9 at 4.:30 p. m., at the Navy I members present. Coast Line would assume must also I
Lt. James W. Beardsley arrived in j I base at Cape May, N. Jer. Lt. Kelly be considered by the ICC whose approval -
Miami from
by plane returned a couple of months agog I Fr. T. .T. Geary, Pastor would be necessary before I)
Camp Shanks, N. Y., where he is I the Coast
after some twenty months in Line can assume the additional -
stationed to spend a fifteen-day fur- '!Southwest and Central Pacific. The I financial responsibility In-
lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mass: Clewiston, 11:00 a. m. volved.
couple will reside, for: the present Also in. the public Inter-
E. Beardsley, and with Hannah I at Yorktown, Va., where Lt. Kelly Pahokee, 9:00 a. m. I est, Mr. Davis stated that the exist- Regular Deposits
and their new baby son. II Confession, Saturday evening, at :
I is attending a mine warfare school. ing joint through routes to and from
I J JI [ Florida East Coast Railway terri Grow FastClewiston
Ed Clark, Aerographer Mate First I T.-T. A. TO MEET tory connection with Southern

Class (check us if we're wrong) I NEXT THURSDAYThe I ACL PROPOSES 'i!: Railway System, and with Seaboard 'I, r.,.
stationed at Lakehurst, N. J., arrived I Railway would not be closed; Thus

home yesterday morning for I Clewiston P.-T. A. will hold (Continued from page 1) shippers and receivers of freight in 1 1i
a week's leave. We understand that I i Florida East Coast territory would
its regular monthly meeting Tuesday ACL system, and these negotiationshave
he had made arrangements to make November 21, at 8:15 p. m., In been consummated by the Wing I continue to have the benefit of all I .:
the trip by Navy plane which left the school auditorium. This being by those bondholders (under- I joint through routes now existing. '
:Florine at home but at the last
'Safety Month, a safety skit will be stood to be minority groups) of pe-
Ininute had to change plans and
given by the pupils of the second I''tition to the commission on Thurs- {II Federal
tome by train but then it was ,too
and third grades. The theme of day, November 9th, requesting plan WANTED Tricyclefor \
late to make reservations for the
this P.-T. A. year is Good Citizen- received approval of the commissionas
madam so Florine is having to re- and Loan
3 old. Ph. 2681 Savings
ship, and all parents are urged to filed or as the commission may yr.
main in Lakehurst during this leave.
1 i show their, good citizenship by attending amend it, it would be submitted to
:But we're happy to see half of the except Sat. P. M. and "
I these meetings. the Federal Court for consideration.The AssociationNOTICE
family j
'anyway.Ralph T ACL has signified its willingness -
Sundays write P. O.
I I or
',MRS. WESTMORELAND to accept the plan if approvedand
Bishop has just completed I HONORED WITH: SHOWER thereafter operate the propertyas Box 1 177, LaBelle. 2tp
boot training at Great Lakes and !I
part of the ACL system.
with Martha Nell arrived Wednes- Mrs. Robert Westmoreland was
Operation of the Florida East
day night by plane on his first leave honored at luncheon and shower
since entering the service. Both given by Mrs.a Noel Ellis and Mrs.' J. Coast property. will remain in the .;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.**
hands of the trustees, reporting to
Ralph and Martha Nell are drinking C. Ziler on Tuesday afternoon at thePilot's :;: -
in all of the Florida sunshine Club. Luncheon was servedon I ---I *
they can while they're here for they I] the terrace, :with a prevailing 1
'Bay it's too cold up there for Cracker color scheme of pink and blue. I h
boys and gals. Ralph will return'to Guests were Mrs Look to the h
Great Lakes at the conclusion of I Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. wesfmoreland'j' :;: Health regulations require residents :_;:

his leave for,y,-assignment to a trade Richardson, Mrs. FutureAfter :i: to furnish covered metal garbage can. :;:
school. I Samuel Schneider, 1\1rs.1\1. l\!. Driver,I : 'r
1'Mrs. Charles Miller, Mrs. E. J.I f \i::: Cans are now available and should be se =i=.

Manager U. T. Koch of the Dixie :1[ Smith, Mrs. W. H. Burkhardt, Mrs. \ cured. X
Crystal Theatre read us a letter this I James Cheyne, Mrs. G. V. Cook, Mrs.I .' ?Jh
week from his brother, A. B. Cook, ![ Gilbert Glascowv. Mrs. F. E. Hun- t Y


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We will painter roofer and
pay your or
r-l;:. .i .E-, A if shape than to wait for minor
;t-; { troubles to magnify. It Will Pay You To furnish the material to paint or roof your
ii: 4'" will help car last
.. your home for as low as
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/ "twice as long. Buy Your Lots

j I $8.77 Per Month


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4 ,- 1 Call or See '3

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. "She convinced him that two can live as cheaply' I I Phone 88 Clewiston, Fla.
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