The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00963
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00963
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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t' War Bond Drive Goes c'. TO'NOTICE ELECTRIC Labor Supply In Sight

Over Top In County CONSUMERS--:.- ,To Harvest Cane CropWorkers

j Changes in main line -

I Quota of $502,310 Hasl Rehabilitate Patients serving City necessi- at Red Cross o 1.Jamaican Labor ''Alloted

\ Been Reached; Sale With Aid of Seal SaleA tate electricity beingcut Room Make Record, ; 1 To USSC Will Help

ContinuesAlthough off in entire city -, Supply Needs' '
report of the vocational rehabilitation -
work carried on with for period of about Thursday afternoon the women in

the time limit was extended patients of the state tuberculosis the Red Cross surgical dressing'room ,A supply of Jamafcan labor 'suf-,

'on the Third War Loan campaign sanatorium shows that real resultsare one hour beginning at 'I at the barracks turned in a ficient to insure the harvest of the

until Saturday night, October being accomplished in this line. consignment of 10,650 sponges Everglades sugar crop is expectedto

2, Hendry County went over the top For the fiscal 'year which ended 3 p. m. Thursday, Oct. which they had completed since arrive soon, as the result of

before the original date set for the June 30th, 61 tuberculosis cases Monday morning. This brings the long negotiations, between officialsof
drive to end and has oversubscribedher were closed as rehabilitated by the 7, 1943. total work of this room during the the United States Sugar Corporation /

quota of $502,310. supervisors of the State Departmentof month of September up to_ 39,625 the county agents, the

There are no exact figures avail- Education. This more than sponges. state extension service' and the labor
able for the amount which has been doubled the number,; rehabilitated MEDAL AWARDED TO The room is under the supervision division of the War Food Adminis-

purchased in the county thus far In during, the previous fiscal year. of Mrs. W. A. Davis, who has tration, Jay W. Moran, vice-president

the drive. Chairman C. V. Parkinson At the close of the year were '155 worked steadily in company with and general manager, said this week.

states that the quota Iiasb en active case loads on the list, which CAPT COBURN MOORE seven other ladies to accomplishthis In common with other farmersover
staggering number of sponges the nation the industry
exceeded through the cooperationof was an increase of 17 percent over sugar
several large corporations, such the number the previous year. during this short period. There were here has found, that the domestic

as Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and The work is carried on throughthe FOR JAP BOMBINGS nine other ladies who helped part supply ,of labor has gradually dwin-

I Western Union, who operate in cooperation of the public whose time during the month, but eight dled during the past few years, due

,I 'many, counties in the state and who generous responses to the Christmas --.-- women gave their time steadily every to the induction into armed forcesof

i allotted to the county a portion of Seal campaign has contributeda A telegram from Captain Thomas time the room was open until: the many men and the movement into -
I in token of availablefor ) consignment was complete.Mrs. industrial areas where manufacturing -
their'war', bond purchase great deal of the funds Coburn Moore to his mother, Mrs. ,
their profits from operations in the this work. J. W. Moore here, this morning Davis, Mrs D. A. Olden, has been stepped up to meet
Miss Lillie Boudreax, Mrs. Philip war needs. .
county. During the year there was an increase stating "Arrived in States today,
Mr.; Parkinson said that the com- in the number of patients dis- hope to be home shortly am feeling Thielen, Mrs. Ross Tolbert, Mrs The federal government nas per-

mittee has endeavored to raise ,a charged from the sanatorium and fine", brought, even more happiness Grover Reed, Mrs. D. A. Olden, Jr., mitted the importation of labor

quota which they set themselves, of referred to the supervisors for rehabilitation ,to' the family, than the Associated Mrs. Doane" Hine were the ,full time through special arrangements with

$100,000 worth of bonds bought by assistance. "' Press dispatch that he had been, workers. Part time workers who the neighboring colonies of Bahama
This goal residents i assisted during the month were_ Mrs Jamaica. Last
individuals in the county. Each year Clewiston awarded the Distinguished Flying and winter several
'. has not been reached yet, but Mr. ''have assisted with this work by Cross. \ Harold Anderson, Mrs. J. E. Hawkins k thousand 'Jamaicans were brought
,I' Parkinson hopes that it will be purchasing Christmas Seals, and it : I Mrs. W. T. Wheeless, Mrs. Wilbur into the States for the vegetable

\ reached, or' at least approached is gratifying to know that real results Captain Moore's award of the i Montgomery, Mrs. H..7- Roath, harvest; and afterwards, during the

'-} when the final figures are in and are being' obtained with the coveted medal was "for participationin I Mrs. A. J. Daigle' Mrs. Ed Me transit period, the sugar industrywas

\\' the drive closes Saturday night. I funds thus raised.KIWANIS recent heavy bomber raids on the Gowan, Mrs. A. J. Thielen and Mrs. able to obtain their services for
Japanese Paramushiru and Shim
\ c The womans division, organized Martin Peers. 'approximately a month to aid in the
ishu Islands and, for earlier 're
S; \ by Ralph Bishop, has done a great I last harvesting of the cane crop.
:., \ \ work and has sold bonds far in excess peated' missions against the Japa-
Recently representatives of the
HISTORY nese on Kiska and Attu." The 'II ,
, l of their own or the committee'sexpectations. was announced by the award.. $10,000,000 POST War Food Administration and of the
Some fine work has Jamaican, government have inspected -
,. been done at the school also., TOLD BY NATIONAL Force from an Aleutian base. the properties of the, United

'\ Since the extension 'of the drive Since the only news of ,any' particular W PROGRAM IS States Sugar- Corporation, and,'after -'

through October 2, no figures have flyer's exploits is that gleaned -!I officials of the corporation :conferred :"*"'-
amount sub- from newspapers, not a great 1 I I -
been gathered of the MAGAZINE WRITERMyrton' with the governor-general of

, f'$ '::5 Scribed through they separate, sec- deal can be learned* of his missions:I I : PLANNED, BY USSCA Jamaica the! ,assignment of,.Jamaican

" : t tionsof" the camp ig l but these ,.:,, and, activities. *?*' ..' .abot a as accofi\ed'to-Mhe gtPl9-:
'a''- ''.: -,Willie; compiled aft&'tlTe:-close- ot:' K" Hiss managing editor Entering the Army Air :Corps as tion. *--< '. ':
" the campaign 'and will be given next Second Lieutenant $10,000,000 postwar
and advertising manager of the a by virtue of program Mr. Moran stated that "the sup-
week. K Kiwanis magazine, visited Clewistonthis R. O. T. C. work at the Universityof of expansion for the United States ply of labor accorded 'us, together

week for the purpose of obtain- Florida, Coburn received flight, Sugar Corporation at Clewiston was with the domestic labor which remained -
training at Fort Worth San announced Friday in the annual report -
ing material: for a story for the and I with us should enable us to
DOCTOR URGES ALL magazine, on Clewiston and the sugar Angelo, Texas, and received his I of Clarence' R. Bitting, presi-, fill the entire labor needs for our

I industry. While here he was askedto wings at Victoria, Texas. Assignedto dent. I harvest this ,year." He explained
at heavy bombers, he was sent to The program is designed to meat
remain and be guest speaker that the Jamaicans will be cared for
TO USE SERVICE OF I the Kiwanis meeting Wednesday the Sebring air base for a four I postwar economic conditions and in plantation villages set aside' for

. evening at the Inn. weeks bomber training and left therein 1 to provide employment for hun- them in accordance with their w'ish-

Mr. .Heiss,' in addressing Kiwan- June, 1942. This was his lastvisit dreds of men returning to civilian es and the provisions under which

:A:," MOBILE ,XRAY UNIT ians, confined his talk largely to home. i life from the armed services, he said the supply of labor was obtained.
'?" the origin' of Kiwanis and its growthand After leaving Sebring he was located 1 j I The plan calls for a greatly expanded Since it has always been the policyof

.. development during its 20-odd at many different fields in livestock program; facili- the corporation to build up its
The Mobile X-Ray unit of the years existence. He, first congratu- the United States-Geiger Field,I ties for the production of root-type plantation village populations as
,, state department of health will lated the club on having such a Wash. starches and stockfeeds; a solvent-
; Spokane, Tuscon, Arizona, far as possible with families, the
visit Clewiston Monday and Tuesdayto splendid and attractive meeting El Paso, Texas, Topeka, Kansas, and prdoucing unit and a vegetable oil, employment of a comparatively large

offer its services free to resi- I place as the Inn.. Mr. Heiss has Fort ,Bliss, Texas, among them. He fat and protein project, and modernization number of single men has neces-
dents of this community. This op- visited hundreds of Kiwanis clubs was assigned to the Alaskan area and electrification of the sitated a rearranging of facilities in

portunity, is never given oftener than and said that the Clewiston club's and left the States the first week 'in Clewiston' plant. the villages. ,This work is now un-
once a year and is one that should I meeting place ranked among the December, 1942, and has been in the "The corporation has been giving) derway and full facilities will be

not be neglected. seven nicest ones he had ever seen. area ever since as far as is known serious study and consideration to (Continued on Page 8)
i The following questions and I Kiwanis said the speaker, was the here. plans for further diversification of!
: answers concerning tuberculosis its production and more efficient I
outgrowth of a society which was, Early in
August the Associated
:' were prepared_ by Dr., Paul J. Cough- utilization of by-products and,
formed in Detroit August 19, 1914,
Press from
'n I, lin, surgeon of the. U. S. public known ,as the Benevolent Order of I dispatches referred wastes, as well as ways and means SCHOOL ACCREDITEDIN
to Captain Moore
health service and will as among a
it help for improving operations and reduc-
Brothers. The club began to branch
': 1 reader to realize the 'insiduous, dan-! group of Aleutian bomber pilots who ing unit costs, all of which should '
out at once, and in January, 1915, volunteered for and carried out-a:: STATE RATINGSThe
of tuberculosis and the need for
\ ger
,lo aid in providing employment for
changed its name : Kiwanis, a word
! everyone to avail themselves of the I bombing on Japanese shipping -
derived from a combination of In- those whom it is,hoped will soon be
and vessels in
the harbor -of
I X-ray service. I dian names. I returning to civilian life," President
Paramushiro Island-the Japan'eseCContinued Clewiston High School is on
I QUESTIONS Bitting said. "As a first step in
The first convention was held in the latest accreditation list issued
1. What are the early signs and I [ on page' 8)) such a postwar program, the corporation -
Cleveland in 1915, and there were
I by the'State of Flosida, and is list-
has developed plans for the
symptoms of ?
drawn up the objectives ,and ideals ed as receiving "full state recogni-
. '
2. 'What should do if have Time Limit Is Expired modernization and electrification of
you ,you for the organization. Soon after I tion," of both elementary and high
! a cold that lasts over three weeks? this convention Roe Fulkerson be- the Clewiston ,sugarhouse.Loan .
: I schools. There has been some discussion -
I 3. Name five common signs and I For 43 Drivers LicensesAbout Plan Outlined
came editor of the publication of the locally since the opening of
symptoms of tuberculosis. "Because of the size of the facili-
club. Originally known as the
school as to whether the school Is '
4. Can tuberculosis be cured? ties mentioned, the' substantial in-
Hornet, and later as the Torch, the on the list or not.
400 motorists in Hendry (Continued on Page S)
5. How often should cases of magazine_ was finally named the The state department of public
tuberculosis contacts tuber- County will have to take driver'sexaminations
I or of Kiwanis Magazine., Mr. Fulkersonis
instruction rates each school listedas
culosis be X-rayed? still editorial writer of the maga- to obtain their 1944driver's Hub Chevrolet Moved "limited recognition'' or "full
6. Why should be particularly licenses, which go into effect -
zine and a key man of Kiwanis In state recognition," the latter being
:, interested in tuberculosis this tomorrow, according to 'best
: at ternational. He suggested the pres- Into Baker Building the higher rating and is that whichis
time? estimates ''on the number of licensesyet
ent slogan of Kiwanis: We build. given to the Clewiston school.
,_' 7. Who is susceptible to tuber- to be sold in the county. -
From this meager beginning, said I. Mrs. L. M. Weetman began workat
culosis? Heiss, the'club has shown a slow, Last year 2,424 driver's licenses Hub Chevrolet Company moved the school this week, serving as
8. When is the Mobile X-Ray I I but almost steady growth. The on- were sold in Hendry County, and up this week to its new home in the librarian and also as instructor.
>'.J Unit of the Florida State Board of until this morning licen- the highway
ly decline in its membership occur- 1,921 new Baker Building across Mrs. Weetman is devoting most of
.; \' 55 Health coming? red during the years of the depres- ses had been sold. Many who ,ob- from the Sugar Office building. her time at present to the library,
i t" ,< 9. Who should be X-rayed by the sion and this was quickly regainedand tained last years licenses are'now Raymond Christian, owner of the getting the books in shape for use

Mobile' X-Ray ''Unit? today the membership is the in the army, but there has been company, recently purchased the by the children. She is also teach-

f, (Answers to Questions On Page 8) largest in the history of the organi- such an influx of population that building and adjoining lots with a ing social studies in the 9th grades,

zation. There are now' approximately .- this has been more than offset, so view to post-war expansion of the and after the library work is or-
:of;: '" GRADUATING CLASS RECEIVES it is expected that there business.
122,000 members in the United I are as many ganized and under way will devote
ICINGS IX CEREMONY TODAY States and 'Canada. motorists here this year as last. The in-'
more of her time to teaching to ,relieve -
Mr. Heiss also pointed out the I I The licenses have been sold at side and sufficient'klterations madein 1 the congestion in the high

Course 14, composed of Royal special war work being done by the Hub Chevrolet Company, and Mrs. it to leave a nice office space, I school.
Air Force cadets and U. S. Army air I club with special committees and :,' N. C. Ellis, who has been in chargeof parts room and shop. Both the of- Mrs. Weetman is a former' college -

corps cadets graduated at British special literature aiding ;in every sales, has kept late hours, remain- I fice and shop equipment have been teacher and is a graduate librarian -
Flying Training School No.5, oper- project that will further the war ing there until 10 o'clock tonight, moved to the new location. The ex- having served in the libraryof
:, ated by RidRdle-McKay Aero Col- effort. in order to accommodate as many I terior of the building will be givena the University of Arkansas. The
"- lege at Riddle Field here. The wings Guests at the meeting were J. K. motorists as possible. coat of paint as soon as the painters school is Indeed fortunate to obtain

ceremony was held at the 'field at Rogers, S. L. Crochet, C. L. McLen- All who do not obtain their licenses can return to finish the job. her services. The trustees' are work-

ten o'clock this morning. don, B. L. Thompson, Bill Walker today will have to take the Since new car sales are a thing of ing on the problem of securing a
The cadets are entertaining their and E. E. Kelly. driver's examination in order' to obtain the past the company is specializing commercial teacher and hopes shortly -

officers and Instructors with a stag a license. The State Highway in repair, service and paint jobs, to have it solved. They are in
dinner tonight at the Sugarlani" Young trees, like your boys and Patrolman will be at Hub Chevrolet and carries a good line of authentic -' contact with a few commercial

Park Recreation Center, and will girls, need plenty of food and water Company every Saturday afternoon parts, Chevrolet paint, and other teachers whom they think will be
leave tomorrow fo rtheir' unannounced for proper growth. Burned over I from 2 till 5 to give these examina- supplies and equipment to render available and hope that one of them,

destinations. woods are. dry and sterile. I tions. first class, service. will be secured for the school.


I I I '

:t! CHEERFUL CHERUB. See Here, Gems of Thought

I want to Kelp my r Private Hargrove! Men are -never so likely to

I country now. y settle a question rightly as

Although Im 5iYA.ll by Marion Hargrove .Ln..c.Sf/.M.U. when Macaulay.,they .discuss it freely.-

I'll] never shirk. THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marlon dressed right. Here I spend the which I cook is being treated to-I a The game of life looks cheer-

Til drill myself in. Hargrove, former newspaper feature whole afternoon wiping sweat out of weekend to combine business with ful when one carries a treasure

back editor has been Inducted Into the army my eyebrows, just to see that your pleasure. We can romp in the At- I safe in his heart.-Schiller.
our yard ) and has spent some his 'advice time In to training prospective clothes fit you and you won't look lantic while we get a "taste of the No longer forward nor behind

And trt.1Tmy Fort' selectees Brace. In, Private ,Hargrove had like a bunch of bums-which. you field." With the wind blowing the But grateful, take the good I find,

do$ For Red 'J advocated a pre-lnduction period of are. sand into kitchens and pup tents I look in hope or fear;
"painting the town red." Once In the "Do you know what some ungrateful alike, it will be nice to get back to The best of now and here.
Cross army he thinks "an open mind" is the kitchen termite said the other Fort Bragg for a taste of the food JOHN G. W111TT1ER.
.. q.CIIMWNU best policy for the "first three weeksare day? He started putting it around we eat. A vexed soldier here doesn't Her children arise up and call
the hardest." Some of the more that the Army could-double itself in grate his teeth. He orunches them. her blessed.-Proverbs.

G gone fundamental over Private phases Hargrove's of army head We have and half an hour by filling up the extra We made the trip here in lorries, I I have heard you mentionedas
space in its trousers. Do trousers which are the a
his conduct has landed him often on your mechanical age'snearest man whom everybody
KP duty. He has been classified as a fit you bum?" He straightenedthe approach in appearance to likes. I think life has little

Features. cook. Between his KP duty and his pleats in the back of the over- covered wagons. You've probablyseen more to give.-Samuel Johnson.IRRITATIONS .
regular cook assignment he has spent coat and gave the tail an unneces- them rolling noisily but
considerable time In the kitchen. sarily vicious yank. smoothly through town-large can-

"Did I say 'they didn't?" I vas-topped trucks with a fold-

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT CHAPTER VII, groaned, raising my arms despair- ing bench down each side inside.You'd un an OF
ingly. "Just because somebody else expect to be hauled out of W n aV4 EXTERNAL CAUSE
says you stretch the coat in the one of them, beaten to death at '
One of the nicest things about the end of acne pimples bumps (blackheads! ), and
back so the man will think it fits a 130-mile trip. They
working in the kitchen in Battery C ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
right in the front, you have to go miseries with simple home treatment.
PARTS of the 13th Battalion has been the Goes to work at once. Direct action aida
LAMP, STOVE, knowledge that its number-one chow picking on me! O healing works the antiseptic way. Use
"Me ) Black and White! Ointment only as directed.
hound,. Buster Charnley, would drop pick on you? he screamed. (? o .lOc,25c.60c sizes.25 years success.
around after supper and the conver- "It's a wonder my nerves ain't com- Money-back guarantee. S3T Vital IB
I rAND sational fat. It's like a letter from pletely shot! Do I come around and cleansing Black and la White Rood soap.Skin Enjoy Soap famous daily.

home to listen to Buster's slow and put signs on the door saying, 'Walk r.

SUPPLIESARE mournful drawl, ,and his refreshingly Up One Flight and Save Five Dol-

AVAILABLE TO dry humor is 'a pick-me-up at the lars'? Do I throw gunny sacks on

COLEMAN DEALERSSee end of a long, hot afternoon. your bed and ask you to take up the A VEGETABLE
cuffs two inches?
Buster came prancing up the chow
them for Parts and Supplies line, the other evening with a grin "With my thankless job it's a 7' IJcmativeFor

orService on Coleman Products.for that started at the back of his head wonder I haven't collapsed before ,II / Headache,
Mail 'us a postcard today
Free Booklet-"HOW TO and enveloped his face from the this. I wish I was a permanent 11Efl Sour Stomach
KEEP 'EM WORKING". nose down. kitchen police instead of a supply D Wyk f l and Dizzy

"What's eating you, Walter," I sergeant. Hargrove 37 long! Spells when
COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO. asked him, "besides that egg-suck- NEXT!" ihi caused by Con
401 North Broad Street -P3- s stipation. Use
ing grin : n ''j
PHILADELPHIA! 8, PENNA. : only as directed.
"Leaving here, boy!" he sang; "This battery is my baby," Cor- met I, 15 doses for

"You won't see me around for three poral Henry Ussery said, loosening only 10 cents.

Fine Powders months. And when you see me, his belt for a 'real bull session. I've At night we sleep, or simulate .

Chemists, who measure, with a son, you'll see stripes on my sleeves watched it grow from thuttyonemen sleep, in pup tents made by our
complex apparatus, the areas of and a look of prosperity on my to what it is now. It was hard own hands with loving care.
clean-cut Tarheel face!I" work building up this battery to S
fine powders to determine their
adsorptive value have found thata The man behind him wanted to get what it is now, but it's worth it give, a tolerably bumpy ride-, just

cubic inch of some such particles to the mashed potatoes, so Buster when you look around and see what tolerably.
has much had to move on down the line, I got you've done." When we started pitching camp, Has 97 DescendantsJohn
as as 15,000
square about of mile
feet of surface. the whole story from one of the The assembly sighed en masse a quarter a B. Marchants, of Burlington -
the beach found the already -
kaypees while I waited for him to and decided to loosen its belts. Us- we place Vt., has 97 descendants, one
make his evening call. sery was wound up again. by cannibals. for each year of his life.
These creatures, which masqueradeas
GET Of the 200-odd men in Battery: C, "When I got here, there wasn't harmless flies and even camou-
RHEUMATIC PAIN had been selected for three here but
AFTER two men anybody the instructors.We flaged by the harmless soundingname
With a Medicine that will Prove Itself months' training at Fort Sill, Okla- spent four weeks eating dust and of sand flies, must have vam- >YOU'IOMEH WHO SUFFER FROM v

If you suffer from rheumatic painor homa. At the end of their three running rabbits. There I, was-I'd pire blood back in the line som muscular aches,buy C-2223 today months, they will come back as gun- spent thutteen months learning the where.I HOT fUHiSIf \
for real pain-relieving help. 60c $1. old drill and tactics to where I
Caution: Use only as directed. First don't bear any grudge againstthe
reckon I had it down better than you suffer from hot flashes,
bottle purchase price refunded by easygoing, good-natured house
man in the whole Then weak, nervous, cranky feelings, area
druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223. any Army.
fly-in fact, I feel rathercruel when
bit blue at times due to the
they started ,this 'minute
'- : Army, squash one for ti k1ing'me-but': it functional "middle-age" period
with bunch
\ a of green ignorant Yan- arouses my pioneer fighting spiritto peculiar to women-try Lydia E.
A kees-and I had to teach them what Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundto
see a stunted horsefly light on
they had to know! relieve such symptoms. TakenregularlyPinkham's
bare leg, make himself sassily com-
CONSTIPATIONSLOVI The bull session nodded wisely ,I fortable and start draining off my helps build up resistance against

and Corporal Ussery went on. "Now, life's blood. But what can you do? such distress. It helps nature!
yOU'UP this young Corporal Joe Gantt, for Slapping one only serves to make Also a fine stomachic tonic.- Follow -
o When bowels are sluggish and you instance. Now, this Corporal Gantt, label directions.
feel irritable, do millions him mad at you. '
headachy as LYDIA E.
when he first came in, was one of least rnnTuuunnttui COMPOUND
'do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem At night we sleep, or at we
chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew .the greenest rookies in the bunch. I i simulate_ sleep, in pup tents made
FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed i But he snapped out of it and made by our own hands with loving care,
taking only in accordance with package corporal in four months.
directions-sleep without being dis- blood, sweat, tears, two pieces of
"Was that
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough soldiering, a voice waterproof cloth, two lengths of
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try broke in, "or handshaking, the rope, and a handful of turned lum- 11
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy Latins used to say, mittus flop- .
and economical. family supply ber.I
generous pus? '
share my little duplex with Private
'C Bru h"Applicator ,
costs only "Much as I can't stand Gantt I'll
student cook
Warren, the new makes"BIACKlEAF 46"
fEEN.j\.MINI\ 10* have to admit it was soldiering.That's JUST A MUCH FARTHER
"Leaving here, boy," he sang; who told me the story about the DASH IN FEATHERS..""
the it is.
"Youwon't see me around for three way You sweat your man at the boarding house. When I
head off hammering the drills and
stumbled home last night primed
months. Then I'll be wearing stripeson ,
One Tire, Eight Masks my sleeves." the calisthenics and the military to the gills with a blend of sand

There' enough rubber in one courtesy and guard duty and the and salt water, I discovered that

tire to make eight gas masks. nery instructors, with a noncommissioned physical hygiene and the manual] we had an overnight guest! The Gather Your Scrap ; *
officer's rating and a of arms into them. They're all in task of
spe- chief cook on our shift, the
cialist's extra' pay on top of that. clumsy and awkward as a bear in packing the field kitchen, had neg. Throw It at Hitler!

Mrs. Walter Charnley's little boy an egg crate at first, but then you lected to put his own field pack (tent
Buster was one of the two men can see them, after a while, snap- half, blankets, etc.) on the truck,
selected. ping into it and getting better and and haveus
so he decided to drop over
\ i N7tRhe DAYS better. By the time we've had them
-|=a- put him up for the night.A .
thutteen weeks, and they're ready to
"How can I fit you into a coat," be assigned to their posts, they'reas pup tent, as you probably don't b R'ryPY Y k [ d

moaned Supply Sergeant Israel, keen and alert as a bunch of West need to be told, will accommodatetwo :y '

; "with you fidgeting around like a Point cadets. They're extra good men, provided neither of them
Liquid for Malarial Symptoms. race horse at the post? Stand still, cooks and better soldiers." walks in his sleep. If three men are

dern you, stand still 1" to sleep in one tent, at least two of
"Isn't a good soldier a specialistat
them must be midgets or babes in
"Heavens to Thomas
Betsy I'
griping and growling? somebody
what difference Cooks should never sleep two
a complained, "you're getting to be asked him."Griping. arms.
the fussiest old maid in the I outfit. to a tent, because of their tendency

a few cents worth I'm not squirming! bricking' an is art.an art Before, just you like leave.gold- toward plumpness.We .

of "In the first place, my man," he here, you learn that you don't enjoy arranged ourselves in the tent

said, "don't call me Thomas or try griping a bit when you spread your by wrapping knees around the tent

to get overly familiar with your elders energy all over everywhere, griping poles, putting all feet outside for

i and betters. In the second place, about everything. You learn to the night and raising one side of

don't argue with me. In the third choose one thing and specialize in the. tent high enough to make a rus-
%i 1 9 QCe5A place, don't fidget in the first place. griping about that. :. tic sleeping porch of the whole af

And in the fourth place, don't agitate "If you want to be a specialist at fair.The

me unnecessarily. I'm at the griping, you have to get on your guest proved to be one of

end of my patience with you and I toes. You get to where your clothesare those loathsome creatures who pull
ain't feeling in no holiday spirit comfortable. Where you usedto all the covers to their side of the

anyway." think the food was terrible, now bed. We had quite a lot of trouble Ill DAB .AI AY
I I buttoned the handsome winter you pretend that you don't get with him, since he slept in the

blouse and he stepped back to in- enough of it. You like the beds and middle and, rolled up in both our
spect it with the eye of an artist. by nine o'clock you're sleepy. So blankets. We remedied this by wait

I "Every time my wife gets mad at you have to find something specialto ing until he started snoring, then

I me, she has her picture taken to gripe about. If you haven't got recovered our blankets, rolling our- cream pccftivefy stops

J 4C send to me. The picture I got to- any originality at all, pick you out selves in them and throwing a raincoat *underarm Perspiration Odor

o day showed she's going to eat my one special noncom and gripe. about over him.
heart out unmercifully :when I can't him. The three-man arrangement was ,. Not stiff, not messy-Yodora spreads just
off andI uncomfortable for a while. like vanishing cream I Dab it on-odor genet
put furlough longer very
my any "Now, you take Private Hargrove,
have to go home. And with do- for instance. First came here, he When I finished opening my eyes by 2. Actually Ioothing-Yodora can be used

: mestic difficulties on my hands, I griped about me telling him he was scooping the sand from them, I right after shaving.

..Y. ..I''it .. ,.. 1J... have to fit your winter uniforms." carrying his rifle wrong. Now he found that I had rolled through the 3. Won't rot delicate fabrics.
'(, .. 9." .11'-.. I
&CII- 'J j ." ,.... '. He yanked at my coattail, straight- gripes when I tell him he's carryingit opened side of the tent and spent 4. Keeps soft 1 Yodora does not dry in jar.No

.';j.",'>? '.'.'' \1'''. ;"''\ .,. ,' ened the collar and scratched his right. He might have somethingthere. the night under a myrtle bush ten waste; goes far.

.11 '.f.:\.. ;# ") head "Hargrove-37 long," he He still carries it like it wasa .yards down the slope. Yet hot climate tests-made by nurses
:, 4,,<, :.- "" ) .... ,t :!; yelled to the boy at the desk. 75-millimeter gun. He's getting so During my first off hour, I suc- prove this daintier deodorant keeps underarms

It costs only about 15c and takes only a "Man that is born of woman," I shiftless, even at griping, that he ceeded in getting a ,tan which must severe immaculately conditions. Try sweet Yodora-unier In the tubes most or

few"minutes to inoculate an acre of comforted him, "is of many days can't find anything to beef about except have darkened the very marrow of Jars-lOc", SOf. 60?. McKesson & Bobbins.
vetch, winter peas, clover, other and full of trouble." not getting any mail. I'm goingto my bones. My chest, back, and Inc., Bridgeport Connecticut.XoQRN9 .
legumes with NITRAGIN; yet it fre- "Git off the platform and into this write all his creditors, so he won't legs looked the color of a faded danger

quently doubles profits.You get bigger overcoat," he sighed. He held the even be able to .gripe about the flag and smelled like the roast
yields, richer feed. Get NITRAGIN coat while I got into it and he mail." pork that the cook forgot to watch.
for free your legume seed supplier.booklets.Write today slapped my hand for fidgeting again. -A- After that, the surf andf the sun 4t

"Sometimes I wonder why I go to Somewhere on the wild coast of went their ways and I \yent mine,

TONITMQm C0..1MI K.BOOTHT.Mn.WA9KEEWU.( so much trouble keeping you boys South Carolina, the battalion in (TO BE CONTINUED, I ) CREAM
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But Seems the Simple

One Was Not Old AndyIn

a little wayside town there
: lived old Andy, who was what is

called in some parts a "natural."
Doc's Orders Relieved Him I! He was simple-minded and the vil- Two-quart jars may be used in If the paint can has a deeply

And why is Ben wearing- the big Joe-Did you get any relief lagers used to show him off to canning tomatoes and opened for recessed edge, punch a few holesin
plaid vest?" when you went to the dentist? visitors by offering him two coins, use in winter when they will keepif the edge before starting to

'. "Haven't you heard? The doctor told Jim-Yes. The dentist wasn't a big five cent piece and a small not eaten at once. paint. The paint which usually
:- him to keep a check on his stomach." there. silver dime. Andy would invari- collects on the top of the can 'will '

ably take the nickel. Use bacon fat as shortening in run back into the can instead of

If we didn't trust one another, Gentle Hint waffles, pancakes and muffins. It on the outside of can.
One visitor from other
we'd all have to live within our Talkative Lady-A' big man like you day a flavors them nicely and conserves .

' incomes. might be better occupied than in cruelly parts said to him: "Say, Andy, fats at the same time. Woodwork which has been attacked -

catching little innocent fish., don't you know the difference be- by mildew should be thor-

Maybe So Fisherman-Perhaps you are right; tween a nickel and a dime?" Add the fat for flavoring' cooked oughly dried out. Floors and wood

Percy-What would you think,of he but wouldn't if this fish be had here.kept his mouth shut, "Sure," said Andy, "I know the vegetables either just before the work may ,then be wiped with a

a man who was constantly deceiv- difference between a nickel and a vegetables come off the_ stove or damp cloth dipped in water con-

ing his wife? In the matrimonial game them dime, but if I took-the dime once, after you have them in a serving taining a small amount of kero-

Flage-I'd think he was a wiz- n who weds an heiress expectsto they would never offer me eitherone dish. The seasoning is better that sene or in a 5 to 10 per cent solu-

rd. be checkmated. again." way. tion of borax and water.

Old Buffet Easily Remodeled to Make

Handy Chest for Under a' Window k at Wr.

MANY young homemakers are ,,. LEGS MIRROR,
gaily setting forth to buy junk DOOR CARVING
furniture for remodeling. The first AND HANDLES
o-ti tis thing they learn is to consider each D 1 sxSCREW

piece not for what it is but for HOLES
what it may be. The 40-year-old 1 FILLED WITH

buffet shown here beautiful PUTTYPLAINKNOBS 4
was never ANDA 0 \1
in its youth and took itself A BASE OF l'X4" "
too seriously in a heavy sort of LUMBER ADDED- :\ '
HpVIILRet = way. It seemed to be waiting therein BLUE TO MATCH .
r". Olivia e Fly'.ry the junk yard for some young CURTAINS \(.\

the Warn ? ommead modern to make cheerful use of CHAIR AND ?
i.SNavrberrY6londerd for leech i its sturdy materials.The SLIPCOVER
1'ootb sketch shows how the main O l f.
Calox e O Keep Kellogg's
of the buffet remodeled :
that shine. _, part was :
Cpl O P YppER to mate a chest under a windowin 0. Flakes handy! They're super good;
a combination sewing and guest seven also contains directions for more I and !
... nutritious to serve
.s: easy
room. A wood chisel is useful for than 30 other things to make from odds
and ends. A whatnot is made of spools;
removing carving that is glued on
orange crates become bedside stands; a SAVE TIME-WORK-FUEL-OTHER FOODSI
Steaming: Tree and either putty or plastic wood wicker chair is padded and covered; rags
: In hot weather a birch tree givesoff may be used for filling old screw turn into rugs and many other transformations .I,

700 to 900 gallons of water a holes and even places where locks take place with clear directionsfor
you to follow step by step. Booklets (M1""p
have been in drawers and doors
_ zI5 :
that are to be.painted. If the pieceis -5 :

t t varnished, it is best to rub it
down with sandpaper to remove
Bedford Hills New York
\ St.Joseph the before .
high gloss. painting. Drawer 10
What became of the mirror and
., ASPIRIN Enclose 15 cents for each book de. 'P' 4'
legs of this buffet is another storyto sired.
appear soon. Name ............................... -- --- -
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rADr the series prepared for readers. Number to WHOLE GRAIN{ NOTRITIVE V wt yy .ft2
VALUES of Thtamlo

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current war conditions slightly more timeis
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post-war tiros may give u wt 3 k, or briquets. '
75,000 or more miles of serv- Blind Man's BaseballA O NO CLINKERS.

ice. Super-tough rayon, nylonor O You need start a fire but
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baseball played by the
will help to make this mileage game
O Assures a substantial fuel
blind has five
only men on a team
-pitcher, catcher and,three base- t savings.
Army raincoats formerly containIng men-and the "ball" is a three- O most Requires furnaces.less attention than

40 per cent crude rubber now inch metal ring strung on a waist- INIDEORY>EW
,,. ,'' are made almost entirely of synI high cable running from the catch- MODEL t20D O Heats all day and night .,
t without refueling.
:; thetic resin and oil-treated mate- er's ,box almost to second base, Pet No.2255527 Name RtgisttrrtU.
;t rial. Crude rubber content of Off.
according to Collier's. When the S.and Canadian Pot
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batter strikes the pitcher ring, the
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basemen, standing in line behind ; I I
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Y ,;: ," .' A complete armored divIsion'fll. the pitcher, try to grab and shootit
'?>:t on the road has 13/488 tires back to the catcher. For remarkable heating efficiency and fuel saving, look for the

( ;2f.: in use, not counting spares For instance, if the ring passes name WARM MORNING before you buy. Be sure it's spelled
W:;!"', 'and reservo supplies. the first baseman and the second W-A-R-M M-O-R-N-I-N-G. Hundreds of thousands giving astound-
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, tfy,:, reaches second, a one-base hit is 'The WARM MORNING fits right in with our country's con-
i /ly y made. A home run is scored when servation plans..does a big heating job on a minimum amount of
?W' f'o' I all three basemen miss it. coal. See the many amazing features of the WARM MORNINGCoal
; "J' i h The diamond is also enclosed bya Heater.
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on this rag doll with yarn hair Frank P. Graves, former ,
to braid and unbraid. Her chubby commissioner of education for Factory Representatives

body is made of just two pieces. New York state, holds 42 college GENERAL OFFICE-Memphis, Tennessee

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The Clewiston News RATIONING HOUSEWIVESWARNED might machine be shop.working in a shipyard or I that: to qualify he must pay $12.50in (

advance on a 35.00 fee, the
The establishment of day nurseries
CALENDARMats balance from
payable his earnings.
Published every Friday in Clewiston, NOT TO USE FOODS throughout the citrus area now Baxter, honorably discharged from
Tnc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, makes it possible for many housewives the; service after injuries sustainedIn

butter, etc.-book 2 red to find work in such indus; the Aleutians but 'still able to

KEATHLEY BOWDEN Editor stamps X, Y and Z valid throughOct. LEAST BIT SPOILEDHousewives tries as they are relieved of the care work and needing' a job, took his

2: book 3 brown stamps A andB of their children during'working. case before the D. A. V. last week.

good through October 2; brown hours. Publicity in Tampa and Clear-

Entered February as 1, 1927.second at class the Pest mail Office matter In stamp C valid through ,October 30. who are using home Women not now employed and.' desiring water papers promptly brought offers -
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Processed foods-book 2 blue canned foods are warned by the to help the war effort 'in a of work from a dozen or more

!March 3, 1897.Snbecrlption stamps U, V and W valid throughOct. State Board of Health not to use worthwhile way are urged to make I Clearwater business men. .

20. foods that are the least bit spoiled inquiries at some of the canning Investigating the affair, D. A. V.

Rote $..110 Per Year.Advertlaing Sugar-book 1 stamp 14 valid I and to avoid tasting products' when plants, feed or can manufacturing officials learned of a similar case-

October opening containers that "do not establishments in their area, or ad- where a returned Veteran, who had
Rote On Application. for five pounds through ;
stamps 15 and 16 each good for f ve smell just right," as they may con- vise the United States Employment been a member of the union in good

pounds for home canning. tain the deadly botulinum bacteria.Dr. Service of their desire to secure standing, was refused work upon his

Devoted to the advancement and wel- Shoes Stamp 18 of book 1 will Henry Hanson, State Health such work. return until he qualified by' payingan

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. not expire Oct. 21 as scheduled, but,Officer, said the botulinum bacteria The work is not I difficult to learn, initiation fee, due to the fact that

will be extended indefinitely; stamp I us the most vicious enemy. to combat is pleasant and of a character par- he had failed to keep his union dues

1 on "airplane" sheet of book 3 I I in home canned foods. Its spores ticularly adapted to women. paid up while in the service.
are highly resistant to heat and the While the legislature attemptedto
valid Nov. 1.
NATIONAL J J i toxin it creates can only be destroyed "Freedom To Wor"k"Tossed protect the rights of workers
GasolineIn East No. 6-A cou-
iSSOCIATION I by high. pressure-boiling through corrective legislation at the
worth gallons each else-
pons ; temperatures. At, Watson last session, the practice of the-
where, 7-A coupons expire Sept. 21
and S-A coupons become valid Sept.. The toxin forms in nonacid foodsor closed 'shop 'seems to. still apply in.
foods Tampa. shipyards and therefore the-
of low acidity which have
22. They are each worth four gal- CLEARWATER, Sept. 29-FNS)
appeal to Attorney General Watson
lons in Rocky mountains and Far not been sufficiently processed to -Members of, the, Clearwater Chap-

c.. N N NN:..:..N..:N..:N:..:..:..:N..:..:..M:..:..:N:..:. West, three gallons in Midwest, kill most the powerful botulinum poison spores.known It to is man.the ter, Disabled American Veterans, in this case.Complaints. against Tampa union
Southeast B and C tossed
Southwest and ; into the lap of Attorney Gen-
It is 20 times as powerful as cobra practices were also registered last:
coupons worth ,2% gallons in 12 eral Tom ,Watson, the question of
Too Late To Classify Northeastern states; three gallonsin venom; 300 times as powerful as "Freedom to Wqrk" as it applies to week by white workers having to
apply to a negro for working
Midwest, Southwest and South-I strychnine, and 10,000 times as disabled American war veterans who per-
strong as potassium cyanide, it was mits before being able to obtain
By RUSSELL KAY east; four gallons in Rocky.: moun- said. mustered out, return home and at- shipyard employment.
tains and Far West. tempt to find employment in this I

-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..) I Fuel oil-Last year's period 5 1 Two-thirds of the cases of botulism state. :
since 1900
coupons good through Sept. 30; I reported have The D. A. V. points to the case of

this new season's period 1 coupons good i been caused by home canned foods. Charles Baxter, disabled veteran of 93-YEAR OLD FINDS
According to a press dispatch
Porto through Jan. 3, 1944, worth 10 gal- Commercial processing has becomeso World War II, returned from the
week, Governor Tugwell of lons per unit (most 'coupons worth perfected that for nearly 20 recent Aleutian campaign, who
Rico screams that something must WAR IS OLD STORYHendry
several units each). years-with one possible exceptionno could not get work at a Tampa ship-
be done for the island populationsoon outbreaks of the disease have
yard because
he did not have
The OPA has announced sharp money _
will have a rebellion on
or we
been reported from commerciallycanned enough to pay the required union
point-value increases for the mon h
Governor -
hands. According to the
our foods.Although initiation ( County News)
of October ranging from 8 to 11 fee and dues.
the situation is critical with ,
An interesting visitor in Moore-
six types of canned fruits. Point the di.sease.Is. not a Roy Maines, chairman ,of a com-
the point of star- on
the populace on Haven Elizabeth
this week is Mrs.
values were reduced, however, on prevalent one, Dr. Hanson stressed mittee of the D. A. V. fostering reemployment -
vation. Nealon, of LaBelle, who is visiting:
canned and green or wax beans.In that the death rate is very high. of disabled American
The same paper carrying this item corn Therefore, if there is any question Veterans, said that the U. S. Employment her step-son, T. J. Dupree and fam-,
tells of the plans of starry-eyed addition, dried peas'and len- about the condition of the food Service in Tampa seemed ily. Mrs. Nealon is 93 years and T
Washington crackpots to remakethe tils were made ration-free, upon months old, and lives alone in a
when opened, no chances should be to do more than refer applicants -
world. wantto recommendation of the war food small apartment in LaBelle.
whole blamed They
taken-throw it away! to the union and if for any I
feed, clothe and wet nurse every- administration. The new crop of Usually the nonacid foods which reason the union officials refused "I tried living with other folks

body in Christendom and are busy these items is the greatest on record become spoiled have a foul odor and employment, could do nothing aboutIt. and although I had plenty of friends

with cradle-to-grave plans for generations WFA reported.The I should be thrown out immediately and we all got along well together, I

yet unborn.It I point value increases were without even being tasted. In fact, ''Baxter charges that the shipyard just decided I'd like it best to have

is hard to conceive how a restricted, with two comparatively -I he cautioned against tasting any referred him to the union when he my own place. I do my own cook:

nation that has become so great and minor exceptions, to canned I canned foods with a bad odor since applied for a job and he was told ing and house-keeping and my own

hung up such record of progress fruits. Shortages of supply and persons doing so have been knownto (Continued on Page 5)

could ever allow itself to suffer sucha increasing military needs accountfor become desperately ill from the

weakening of the brain. the action, OPA said. toxin. I.a"..'".."..".."..".'".."..".....'"tt..lI ......................................................r.......................................................-.................................'.

Here we are as balled up and i Red sour cherries, in the com- Green beans and corn seem to be t ._. .a(;.'

backlashed on the home front as a, mon number two can were- jumped the worst offenders among foods V .

nation could possibly get, with al| from 14 points a can to 25. All canned at home. The former is listed

flock of : 'rattle-brained screwballs\ other types of cherries, except mara- I as responsible for one-third of 1 I \ Let Us I Ir. :

set on regulating and regimenting: chino, were increased ,nine points to all outbreaks of the disease while : H ?
a new value of 23. Canned grape- .; .
everything and everybody anj corn runs a close second. : >
alleged Utopia, with a bottle of milk;; fruit went up eight 'points to a new : J_
Five rules listed to help .. ::
were \
I' .: :
didy'"for value of 18. For the number two You With
on doorstep and a Nylon
: every every human offspring, while and one-half can, apricot point tulism guard against in home. the canned ravages foods of: bo- I: t ,: Supply ,'ti': ; '-d;

Porto Rico, which we have been values were advanced nine points toa -, .?..
1. Never taste canned food -, -
managing for lo these many years, new value of 36; figs, eight pointsto ::: <.. ; .:-

slowly starves to death. 21; and plums or prunes, eight I- .!. ;" st :

points to 15. i 't ': .;. ,
The Lord God :Almighty in' his 2. Reboil for at least 15 minutes :: \ ..'
.. :=:
The decreases in. canned corn
infinite wisdom worked out a -
program before
tasting or using any non-
of salvation for all mankind cover all varieties except corn'on acid foods canned without a pressure :_;: _WINDOWCARDS. >; k., :;:

by issuing just ten (count 'em) I the cob. Vacuum-packed whole cooker or in a cooker with an un- :=: ;,ta ?. ..:...
commandments and organizing a kernel corn in the 12-ounce can, tested gauge thermometer.. To : 1;:
sales force of twelve deciples. dropped from 14 points to 10, and boil, ,place the food in a p'an directlyover .;., RULED FORMS :!:

We already have established hun-I other types from 16 points to 13 the heat. Count time after = ; .i"

dreds of boards, bureaus and commissions -. for the number two size, can. Greenor boiling has begun. :_: LETTERHEADSENVELOPES -f j:
and issue thousands wax beans declined from 10
3. If a nonacid food such as
rules, regulations and directives.! Wel| points to eight for each number two meat ::. : '; ::
vegetable, poultry or fish has :;: -.: X
employ millions including'coord- can.The been processed in a pressure cooker ::: ',;-:" 7.; '., :

ators expediters, publicity artists, only increases in canned vegetables with an accurate gauge or therm- .:.. \. ..j",:.. .... J ..
.. "
script writers, radio men, legal affected asparagus, which ometer, and if the method '''pressure, 'B ILL H E ADS : .

lights, adagio dancers, strip-tease was hiked four points to a total of or temperature and time prescribed :i: .>: ':'.,; & ; {
artists and and. 18 for and mush- .
alphabetical jugglers, a number two can; .
have been followed, it should be un- .' .
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propose to save the world by deliver-l rooms, advanced from three to five .s. : HANDBILLS ?
to reboil the ; '
necessary canned pro- :
ing the "Four Freedoms" wrapped'! points for a four-ounce can. ducts before using. :_: .r i-t; .. \,:.: 41 :x

in cellophane on every doorstep .1 j, The point values of a quart of 4. Destroy any preserved food :=: .l,',' <. TICKETS }':::: :+
In excellent editorial the advanced from .
a recent grape juice was '
I that <
has bad
a odor or appearanceor ; : .i:1'
Tallahassee Democrat three to siThis :: .i ; X I
points outs was, significant, .
any food from a bulging or cor- .:. "' .': .-'" ; !$!
that when you take the "Four Free-I OPA said, "because it reflects the roded can or from a jar with a .;. ETC I' ., _:. ..';OJ :::
doms" apart and try to find outs diversion of a large part of the bulging or corroded lid by adding V ,.
what makes 'em tick you discover nation's grape production into the several V ?
spoonfuls of lye to the can.
that they are just so much hog-wash making of jams, jellies and preserves '- Let it stand' for not less than 24 :: At a price surprisingly, low :

for any guy serving a life sentenceat I ."' hours and then bury the food and

Raiford can lay claim to all of OPA observed that consumers the can. If a glass contained has V'b

'em. He enjoys Freedom of Speech would experience a net gain out of[ been used, carefully soak it in a hot s sr

and Freedom Worship. A kind, the point changes "because the items lye solution after destroying the :f ::.

and benevolent government pro- reduced in point value sell in greater spoiled food. = .

vides him with clothes and food. quantities than the items being 5. For canning, always use I'v r hI
He has Freedom from Want if _
and raised." fresh, firm fruit, firm and crisp
he behaves himself he has as' much vegetables that have been thoroughly -I :

Freedom from Fear as a human can cleaned and washed and meat
achieve. In short, while he enjoys presence and will have nothing to that is in sound condition.. Can I I: Quality Printing .

!. each of the Four Freedoms he is I do with the $2.00. }vegetables and fruit as soon after
still a heck of a long way from be- picking
The pay-off is that while this noble or gathering as possible.
ing a FREE man. : :
Among my acquaintances is a busy creature is working herself into a .
Warns Women To ?
buxom body that goes about doing I lather for "others1 and driving her v Xy

good. Her hobby is "Humanity" victims nuts her own kids are neglected -

and she plays it like some folks I and her poor husband gets I Get Essential Jobs s ?

know play Bolita. She is forever most of his own meals and goes : PHONE 39

saving young girls or serving the around with buttons off his shirt V
underprivileged She heads com- and hoels in his socks. Somebody ORLANDO, Sept. 29FNS"Ifwomen ?

mittees, addresses groups, writes, ought to tell her but of course no I don't want to be drafted :_;:: OUR REPRESENTATIVE <. ::
had find
they better get busy and ,, .
talks on the radio: and begs in all. body does any more than they would -
jobs in some essential industry," is :_: ASSIST YOU 'Ts ::
the languages including the Scandinavian if she had "halitosis." WILL CALL TO ; .
the warning issued by George Simons .. I .:.
, She is one of these sin- Well, this, cockeyed worldsavingeffort .:--.' .:.
director United States
of the
:{ .
about cere and innocent souls that goes on the part of some of our ad- Employment Service in this area. :;: ) : ::
annoying mankind in the
ministration leaders makes me thinka Simons points out that citrus and :: ..:'y :?i:
of service
name to him. When I see whole _
of the busy-body I've
her coming is the only time I ever its satellite industries, such .as can- :: .. ::.
been talking ; ESTIMATE ON
They gal- LET US '
about1 go ning, feed, fertilizer, tin can and ::
., have an Impulse to shoot myself. loping around talking a lot of wild box manufacture, head the vital in- :_: : 4. V't; :=:

She is an enthusiastic creature, and nonsense, interfering with every- dustries that offer employment .to YOUR NEXT ORDER ; *.
she has a new idea, which is body and everything, spending the
almost as often as the OPA, she will taxpayers' women workers. .y. ',' V'...
like drunken sail-
money Florida is called upon to provide, : : .
come bounding at you like a Mastiff -
ors In their efforts to further crackbrained -
millions of gallons of citrus fruit I ..
fairly overwhelming you with a I ;
dreams and schemes in the -
and juice for the armed services at X
barrage of talk that is mostly in .....
} circles. name of Humanity, and in the mean- home and abroad. It is recognized,. "
y ix
< time Porto Rico, the orphan on our that food is as vital to the winning
According to her the contributionI doorstep remains the point of f
on '
of the ammunition.
I war as arms .or .. ..
made on her last appeal insures
another jewel in my Heavenly crown. starvation. Therefore, those who take employment .:. .The Clewiston News y...
I know better. Since we seem to be unable to send I in a citrus cannery, a can v
if i am so fortunateas vv
the Porto Ricans food, we might at 'manufacturing plant, feed or fertilizer y y
to rate such a precious stone It least send Mrs. Roosevelt much toward .. 'l
i\Jiem\ or fcatory are doing as
-Will be for self-restraint in her something. I winning the war as those who :-+xo(<<+( ..:o(+( 4"x<


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trAY. OCTOBER 1, 1943

J.. . . .. ..................................... I American writing, both in narrative 93-Year Old-
1.............................. . . . I power and grandeur of concept. The
I II ;author of Anthony Adverse has beenat Continued from I'age 4) '

Personals work on this immense task for washing. I have always sewed: a.
[ ] With many years and he will continue at lot, both for myself and other folks,
"I 'work for several more. To be but I've quit that now." \

comprised of six long novels which Mrs. Nealon is known as as"Grand
ill will be published individually as ma" to everyone in L'aBelle: and as
Mrs. S. L. Lang was a visitor in Our Eo they are ready, the, tremendous "Aunt Lizzie" to nearly all:the older

Fort Myers Monday. whole will be called THE DISINHERITED residents of Fort Myers, Olga and
-------- Sanibel Island, where' she made her

J. C. Davant of Clearwater was a I ( in theService THE FOREST AND THE FORT home for years. She said she knows
in Clewiston this all about how .
business, visitor is the story of Salathiel Albine who women and children,
week. I was captured by the Indians as a have to pitch in and help work dur-

child and brought up by them and ing war time. "Why, during the
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall and Miss, E Civil War," she said. "I ,was old
I who managed to get back to Fort
Eva Grantham spent Sunday after- I Pitt. It is the story of the siege of enough to plow. We lived in South

\, noon in LaBelle. Fort Pitt and of the march to Bed- Georgia, where I was born and rais-
ed, and I'd do
my stint of plowing
ford Village after the siege was :;
\ Mrs. William Johnson and children I..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..MNNNN1.:..:..:..:..:..:. raised. in the field all day. At night I'd
Gayle and Bill, were guests of Here are the men who are responsible come in and spin three cuts of thread
Miss Florence Graham Friday. Lt. Homer Hanchey who before I went to bed. Then I'd be
for the safety of the fron-
I Clewiston and was"employed tier; who did what they could with up to eat my breakfast by lamp-
Mrs. J. Q. Baker'of Bradenton is Clewiston Motor Company the little they had and were always I light and' go to the field again next
spending several weeks in Clewis- entering the Army last year 'i day."
handicapped by the Obstruction of
ton visiting her son, W. W. Perry, 'I been visiting his mother, : I I the settlers and traders they were I :Mrs..' Nealon said "I've seen'a lot
I Beulah Hanchey in Fort Myers. i of life, but
and family. I trying to protect. not much of the world.
_,__ left this'we.ek. for Fort ', Somehow we were
never people to
'Elbert L. Stewart was a visitor in Indiana. !I Salathiel Albine was no ordinaryman. roam about much. I moved whena
The steadfastness and strength
Moore Haven Tuesday evening, and I I[ : [ baby from Randolph to Quitman,
of character shown in his face
was guest speaker at the Lions Club We are getting quite a were' bgth South Georgia, towns, and lived
evidenced in ,everything he did both
meeting there. of boys in Africa and in Sicily, \ there in Quitman till I married. Thenwe
good and bad. He was no ordinaryman
perhaps Italy by now, though ,did not move again till we came
Charles Trenary ,is recuperating haven't heard from any of them I I and his is no ordinary story. 'to Florida' and lived 'on Sanibel Island -

In Fort Myers., from an operation there. Rabbit Roberts is in ,;'tPort ''Myers: Olga and LaBelle.

,I performed at the Lee Memorial Hos- and so is Alfred Bellamy. Guy Nelson Home From That's all the moving we ever did.

. pital there last week. And incidentally if any of you This is the fourth war I've seen."

:i '\ -' .- are hospitalized in North Combat Zone In Sicily

i' Mrs. Charles E. Congdon, who has (we hope you aren't except
!; been visiting her daughter-in-law rest cure) your nurse might I l FOR SALE -1 32-20

!I'j Mrs. James M., Congdon; in Fort either Lieutenant Winifred Guycell Nelson spent a ten day'\ Automatic WinchesterRifle

Myers, has returned to Clewiston. who is a sister of Parker T. or furlough here with his mother, Mrs. ,

I" tenant Billie Davis who worked : W. S. Bowdon, and Mr. Bowdon, and ; 1 J 16-guage, double
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer the Clewiston Hospital a few

of Miami spent a few days: in Clew- I ago I left Wednesday to rejoin his ship I barrel shotgun ; 1 3-burn-

t \ iston this week, en route to their at an 'East Coast port. Guy has beenIn

! home from a ,'isitto, New York. The busiest! folks in 1 the thick of things on this trip er oil stove, 2 burner

I this month are those getting and was content while home to res!t 1 man's
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Speer are parents mas boxes off to you boys. If and enjoy the quiet. oven bicycle,

of a baby son, who was born The in I fail to get ,a gift we don't thiI Nelson's ship was the first 1 of the good condition. R. 'W.
Fort Myers hospital Tuesday. I fault of
will be the your
2,000 ship to land in r
baby weighed 6 pounds 5 ounces.. I There's been such a searching and he and convoy his mates were in Sicily the Owen, Hooker's Point.

boxes of the right length and '
combat area and under fire (and
Mrs. James Rowland and baby 'i and such a swapping of ideas
firing) for three days and nights,
f returned to their home in ] in them. Most, of
Sunday things to put
He has made voyages before, bui t J. M. COUSE
Miami ,after spending a week here families have mailed you a box f this one was his toughest.

with Mr.. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey and week so you'd be sure and I Counselor and Attorney at Law
Nelson's rating is second clas s
family. I Christmas gift by Christmas, I
carpenters mate. Since Hopkins Buildings
his.ship doe!I
,- allowing for a little thing like
not have a first class carpenter
Wednesdays and Saturdays
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nail and chil- sinkings and such'unavoidable
mate aboard
he is the top man ii
dren, Miriam and Billy, attended the cidents and delays. 0:30 to 4:00Huh
his line
among the crew.
wedding of Miss Jean Stalls to JohnD. a

Clark, Jr., at the Moore Haven I The family and scores of ; \ ; -
Methodist Church Friday evening. of Coburn Moore, I who have

Mrs. L. J. Pape, Mrs. Clyde Egley: ,i'I their news of fingers bombings crossed of :

Mrs. E. J. Casper and Mrs. B. T. land bases is flashed over the
Chevrolet Co.
Vorhees were in Moore Haven Fri I found their fears had been .

day evening attending,the, weddingof Wednesday, as they read with Sicily"I I
Miss Jean Stalls to JohI;,D. Clark,I pride that.he, has been
Jr. Distinguished Flying Cross for

ticipation in recent heavy

Private and Mrs. D. A. Farabeeare raids" on Japanese bases. Now open for business in our new

spending this week ,here with When Coburn went into -
Mrs. Farabee's parents, Mr. and I corps, he wrote his mother location across from the Sugar Office.

Mrs. O. A. Clarke, while Private say much about it here at home !

Farabee is on a short furlough. fear he might not make the |
Mrs. Farabee is the former Myra'< He had one ambition-to fly r
I Expert repair word and
,Rice. heavy bombers, beyond that II paint-
T II I mattered. He didn't care wh
ing all makes and models of
he got a commission, where /he on cars andtrucks.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob"Yoder of Houston -
sent for service, or what his
Texas, left Tuesday after visit- I I
would be, just so he would '
ing their mother Mrs. S. J. Yoder. .. .
lowed to be the one to put the
here for a week. Other visitors in I -
where it could do the most
the Yoder home were Mrs. Margaret
Coburn has achieved the
Williams and daughter, of Leesburs, COMPLETE STOCK OF PAINT
his ambition, and he has
who spent several days here, and
beyond the ordinary line of
Mrs. K. J. Baumgardner of Cousins,
carrying out his missions.
Michigan, who spending the -
in Moore Haven. his work and his flying Chevrolet. colors. ,Genuine-Chevrolet'
been gleaned from bits in his

1 and from newspaper reports, i[I parts.
Martinez-Gary has been very reticent about I -,
his \ -
-- I ing even mother much

Miss Lavinia Gary, daughter ofj i flying. He has been in the \ .

Mrs: Sue Gary, and Oliver Martinez, area for many months, and has I ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.
eldest. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. to the rank of captain. Y 'is
Martinez married in Moore Our servicemen everywhere l *
were .1
Haven September 22, by County join the folks back home in | .. CLEWrSTONG *
Judge J. M. Couse. congratulations on our I ***
Mrs. Martinez was a member of ed flier and in wishing him I i't: S

the School class, but of 1944 left school at Clewiston to work High at ued luck telegram and success.A from. Coburn I t 0 L F COURSE :

Riddle Field. Oliver ,also attendedthe morning brought'th glad !:*

Clewiston High School, but was he has arrived in the States, is 1 :;!: \ :!::
ing fine, and hopes to be
inducted in the Army Air Corps last I I .
month and Is now at Camp Blanding I come home shortly. The .. ',,' .
awaiting assignment. ,I sent from Tacoma, ; +.. ;, :
: ,v .'0> .:

BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES I that Lt.receiving Carl Hansen letters writes and, the the I ; :.::. The Number of Golfers Steadily .i,

from home is the next best ::: ,'*>'&:'. :
Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop was hostess ::
!: .. ,
being home. He says "I have ; r.
I .
1 < IncreasingGood _
to members of her bridge club at her ;-
I in quite number of different
a a i
home Wednesday afternoon., High I '
score prize was won by Mrs. Keath-l I tries since I left the States : ;);;{;'
ing all of South America but
ley Bowden, who received' a printed,,I lof them can compare to, I ; :;; ,. ( : : : : H : : :": $ 111

',tablecloth. Cut prize, a box of Mrs paper' U. S. A., or even to Clewiston I )
: guest towels, was won by G.
ida, which .is the place I want '
.i B. Thomas. more than anything right I :;= ; / Greens :::
Mrs. Bishop served pie and coffee y ,
boys over here are doing a I y ,
to Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. J. W. .
: and I am sure it won't be a :%: I' (I :

Ezelle, Mrs. Bowden, Mrs.' Thomas, fore it will all be over. '-I '%%' ,; 1 ...............................................................' ,,, .::..:
.' Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. 'H. R. Hall
and Mrs. R. c. Wilson. I "It has been my extreme ? 5e j 5 *
A since arriving where I am ,

'! COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTES I now shall 'to G.meet Mines Chaplain, once pastor Captain of rI :!: 'Meet Your Own Friends There. ::

Baptist Church in Clewiston. :
.! The Ladies Aid Society will meet "I would: like to convey I I X

+ Tuesday afternoon the home of wishes to all the boys ,from o. ,::
Mrs. C. W. Fuller. ton who are in the service, is f. ,.
Rev. Richard Dodge of Miami Tommy Aikens wherever he
will fill the pulpit at the Com- Lt. Hansen gave no I I i
munity Church at morning services
his whereabouts in the
Sunday.If in previous letters to his sister I I i YEARLY MEMBERSHIP .1

Broaderick, has been able : :

War you Bond haven't you should already do bought so at once.that that probably he was still in there.Trinidad, I I I! ':;: DAILY GREEN FEES =:_:

I .:. ,
We here at home should do our part I ;
by buying all the bonds we can. From "Somewhere in :c..:..H..:"H..H..X"H..K..:"tt": :....:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:.:-(-(..:..:<( :.:.;:.



t llnclt2 Phl a

R DDR Tripartite Picture .. .5 j .n. i gal:

W OtiV Since Meeting in QuebecU. ___ TT,IS WELL to have had a great
't deal of experience, yet it seems

to do something to our youthful

D. C. enthusiasm.Idle .

ALLIED CO-OPERATION, BETTER Walter Winchell gossip is never idle for long.
S. England Russia Agreed on Fundamental
Officials who have attended all the Some people are so fond of trouble'

big strategy powwows-Wahington, Policies; ,Observers Optimistic ConcerningWar In New York that they enjoy most eating the things
Casablanca, Washington again; and that disagree with them.

Quebec-declare that there is pro- and Post-War Cooperation.By y' Maturity begins when a man

gressively better Allied,co-operation, Man About Town: realizes that he, in his amorous

and a gradual disappearance of the One of our fightingest Generalswas triumphs, really was pursued rather -

friction which beset earlier confer- BAUKHAGENews divorced quietly-while serving than the pursuer.

ences. Analyst and Commentator. abroad Mrs. F.D.R. probablywill Unbending oaks do not, like

In the dark days just after Pearl ) tour the world It's anotherson mushrooms, spring up over night,

Harbor, the British were pluggingfor IVNU Service, Union Trust Building, not quarrel with his action. Death for the Douglas ("Wrong Way",) but' grow through the years.

an all-out war against Hitler, Washington, D. C. took Darlan from the picture. It Corrigans in Texas Sunny

while the U. S. officers, outragedover The ink is now dry on-the secret did not end the arguments, but sincewe Ainsworth (Mrs. No. 7) cost $75,000,

Pearl Harbor were out to scalp footnotes which appear in the memo- know now that the head of ,the which is about par for the course

the Japs.The randa officially recorded after the Communist state of Russia,was ableto Donald Nelson's next stop will HELPS HEAL MOROLIHEPETROLEUM
decision to swing our weight swallow Darlan, the squeamishness -
long and quiet conversations which be England Ambassador Stand-
with the British was made only aft- took place in the presidential studyin of some of the critics seems a ley told chums that he "couldn't SC APES JelLY

er President Roosevelt had exercised the White House when the Allied little far fetched.In stand another Russian Winter!" .

his authority 'as commander- strategists worked, out the end of the days that followed the recall The State Department's next victim,

in-chief and overruled ambitious another chapter in the history of of the Soviet ambassadors to insiders insist, will be ex-Gov. Leh- Helmet Nets

U.: S. plans for the Pacific. World War II. London and Washington the outcry man Gen. MacArthur told some American troops wear nets over

After that decision there came My own modest notations, scrib- over the absence of Stalin at Quebec of his staff: "I would rather be the their helmets to prevent reflection

disagreement about where to strikein bled on the backs of envelopes, and increased. '''Roosevelt, Churchill and man who marched into Tokyo than of light from'the helmets and to

the European theater. U.,S. army on scratch pads, and written in taxi- Secretary Hull were blamedtherewas be a defeated candidate!" break their outlines; also, to stick

staff officers argued in favor of a cabs, leaning against a White House the blow-up over the chargesby foliage in for camouflage.
cross-channel operation but Churchill -
elm: after a press and radio con- a columnist who said Hull was B. Baruch's "mysterious disap-
and the British staff shrank
ference, taken down while the Pres- anti-Russian. pearance" from the Capital worriedhis
from spilling blood against the steel- ident or other officials were speak- I talked with Secretary Hull about friends. The reason he left sud- Acid
and-concrete shoreline of France Indigestion
that time. Whatever his feelings
ing, make a clearer pattern. denly: Nurse Higgins, who takes
and the Low Countries.
may be regarding communism, he of him stricken-and he Relieved In 5 minutes double
Words and phrases take on new care was or money back
Instead, Churchill wanted the U. S.
indicated from his remarks to me When excess stomach acid eatws painfol.nuffocat-'
rough sketches are filled rushed her to a New York hospital tug stomach and heartburn
meanings sour doctors
army sent to North Africa to aid in gas usonUrprescribe
that Russia was looking sympathet- Prosecutor O. John Rogge of the fastest-acting medicines known for
the reconquest of the Mediterranean. out in revealing detail. epmptomabcrelief-medicines i l like those'In Bell-ana
ically on the attempts at a joint the Dept. of Justice (he knocked out lablcU. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort in a
Again Roosevelt supported The speculation, the criticism, the conference and a few days later jiffy: or double' year money back on return of bottle
the machine will
which Huey Long ) soon to us 2oc at all druggist
Churchill against his own military attacks and the apologies
fa high British source stated flatly
throw his
chiefs, but not until after strong de- swirled about the Allied policy there of Sunday punch
was no great divergence
The the nation.
bate in the inner councils. toward Russia, for instance, it is views between the Soviets and the story will .amaze FOR

Another issue was the question of plain now was built mostly on half Allies. Averell Harriman's chief aide, QUICK RELIEF

aid to Russia and Britain whichU. knowledge. o e
AgreementBoth Philip Reed, delivered a speech ata
S. army and navy officers wanted. While press and public were cry-
private luncheon the other day-
to cut down from the Roosevelt-Hop- ing for a tripartite meeting of the were thoroughly agreed on hosted by Jesse Jones in Washington A Soothing S A LV E
kins-Churchill estimates. The Rus- representatives of Russia, Britain the necessity of the destruction of ANTISEPTICUsed
.' Mr. Reed explained why the
sian cause w'as upheld against all and the United' States, the arrange- Nazi tyranny and Prussian'mili- by thousands with satisfactory fc.
U. S. "had to produce more thanSyer suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -
comers by Harry Hopkins, and Maj. ments for a whole juries of meetingswere tarism, and it was revealed that Britain Get Carboil at drug stores or write
.' Because, he said, -
Gen. James H. Burns, executive of already being made. It was Marshal Stalin was rising in pres- Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn.
has too large 'an army to pro-
the munitions assignment board. not until almost the end of the i tige with the army and that the So-
duce arms. If we do not produce
Burns' favorite remark is, "Those Roosevelt-Churchill visit that we'' viet army was rising in prestige with more-England "will have to reduce Clean Soldiers '
Russians Germans learned first that the tripartite the Russian until it already I
are killing more people was her armed forces!" Grover The average American uses one

than anybody else, and they oughtto meetings "on the foreign minister on a level with the communist Loening, the, plane genius,. says a and one-quarter pounds of soap
have the equipment to keep level" had been definitely agreed itself. This seemed to indi-
up party plane that hasn't 25 to 40 "improve- I per month. Our soldiers are supplied -

the good work. upon and, second, (which no one cate, as'' Captain Rickenbacker said ments" per month is obsolete ., with two and one-half pounds.HERE'S .

The major decisions that have then guessed) that a commissionwas when he Returned from Russia, that Fritz Kuhn's ex-favorite lawyer was

come from all the controversieshave to be formed of representatives the ideologies of the policies and just appointed to an important com-

now borne favorable fruit. The I of all three powers to discuss the the capitalist nations were growing mittee of the N. Y. Bar Ass'n.

Mediterranean is cleared, U. S. situation arising out of 'the Allied nearer.

forces have been tested under fire, victories in the Mediterranean in Today, as Washington looks backon Mrs Woodrow Wilson will give the

landing operations have had full which Russia is so deeply concerned I this last visit of Prime Minister coin she gets from Zanuck (for the

:dress rehearsals for the bigger job but which, militarily speaking, she Churchill, there is a feeling that not film on' Wilson's life) to various war

of crossing the channel, and the has been forced to view from a dis- only are Britain and the United charities Several French polit

Russians are "keeping up the good tance. When we received that news, States closer in both 'their war and icals, who escaped to the.U. S., are

work.". we were unable to indicate its source. their 'post-war 'aims, but that the living in Washington and New York

, So when the British and Ameri- The Darlan Question possibility of bringing the Soviets with their mistresses, who were ad-

cans get together now, there is much into the circle is greater. One rea- mitted via courtesy diplomatic pass- t -

more warmth than at one 'time. Another source of bitter contro- son for this is that certain problemson ports.

There still are some friendly differ- versy which has been allotted to which there has been disagree-

ences as there must be when strongmen fester was cleared up at the same ment have been met and thrashedout
Paul Robeson, despite the erratum -
sit down together, and it is re- time. Certain groups in Englandand successfully between Rooseveltand sings at and naval bases HAPPY RELIEF
ported that U. S. military leaders America from the very begin- Churchill and the way is opento camps
for, the men. It was said he couldn'tget
still chafe at lack of action across ning violently objected to the choiceof a much more extended discussionwith If you suffer from backaches
official permission. Not so resulting from fatigue or exposure -
the-channel. But on the whole, success Darlan as, the man with whom Stalin's representatives. The Army is sending fan mail to ... if sore muscles or a stiff neck have
' is making the road easier. the Allies dealt in North Africa. Meanwhile, the position of Secre- god you,,laid up..SORETONE is what you
desk them to state
asking solution
men need. It is a medicinal, analgesic
There have been two revelations on tary Hull, within the administration, they shouldn't be replaced by a WAC developed in the famous laboratories of McKesson
MILK SHORTAGEMost that score which, had they come has been greatly strengthened as & Robbins in Bridgeport Conn.
A diplomatic incident is fester-
SORETONE acts fast-gives soothing relief
serious food problem facingthe earlier, might have cleared'the air. one after another he has taken over
ing because the daughter of z. Mex- right where relief is needed-speeds the su-
civilian population at the mo- One concerns the Russian attitude the functions of all agencies which ican consul was rc- used service in perficial b' ment is the threatened of -and the Russians have whatsoever with helps to prevent infection. Not an animal
shortage certainly oughtto any dealings an Austin, Texas, spot. preparation-made for human beings. Wonderful -
milk. lean as far to the left as anyone.It foreign countries. He has placedthe also for sore tired feet and for relieving -

White House farm advisers warn now seems that the Soviet leaders question frankly before the Pres- itch of Athlete's Foot. MONEY
The newsprint shortage is this BACK IF NOT SATISFIED.
that we will have a very real and frankly opposed to Darlan and ident who had to choose betweenhis
acute: One gazette which requested
acute milk famine on our hands un- all he stood for, actually accepted secretary of state and those who
990 tons-got 19 F.D.R. Jr.
less the War Food administrationand the British and American policy on opposed him inside and outside of the
had another miraculous Only
the Office of Price Administration the basis of an old Russian saying state department. escape. .I .I
officer saved in a recent bombing.
act quickly to adjust the priceof that in matters of military strategyor
Hull's Position which killed six officers out of theship's
feed grain for dairy cattle. comparable situations-it is .
seven Labor is getting
Due to higher feed costs dairy sometimes deal with is this.
necessary to Secretary Hull's position
support in high places in the fightto
farmers, especially in the East, are the devil and his grandmother.A the policies which I have sponsoredand resist drafting of labor Ourgov't E

unable to sell their milk under OPA word from the chief of staff revealed insisted upon have justified tipped Moscow that Hitler Flowers in AlaskaIn

price ceilings and stay in business in his annual report to"the themselves. Either my departmentmust would invade Russia six months be- Alaska the flowers are nearly ,

Dairy farmers in Pennsylvania and secretary of war is interesting in have full authority in the field fore. Missing the date by ohe week all yellow or white. Blue and '

other Eastern states, hard hit by the this connection. He says of the diplomatic of foreign relations or I will hand in Gen. Marshall's reappointmentwas pink blossoms are exceptions

drouth, have been losing as much as preparation before the in- my portfolio.The deserved. At 20,000 ft. over the there.NOTICE.
$35 per cow because of lack of pas- President faces, first, a con-
vasion of Africa: "Should an ap- Atlantic, he effected one of the great
ture. As winter draws on, the pasture which has had time to think
proach' be made to a single French- gress est orders in military history.Newsweek's .
'problem, plus higher feed costs, man who proved unsympathetic tour i over its position, has heard the com-
will vitally affect milk production all plaints and received the advice of IF YOU ARE
purpose, we risked the slaughter' Hartzell Spence lost SUFFERINGwith
over the country. its constituents. It returns deter-
of our soldiers on the beaches of. his editorship with Yank because o/ Arthritis Rheumatic pains
So far the War Food administration or
will national
mined to its
North Africa well decisive imprint on
as as
a blast at the American Legion. Sgt.J.
under its chief SOMETHING CAN BE DONE
new losses to our shipping unexpectedly policy, foreign and domestic. Its McCarthy replaces "The :
Jones has done write for FluE information toHINSON'S
nothing to meet
texture is and been for
has some I
Admiral Jean Darlan, Petain'sdesignated Student Prince" ads quote drama
this pressing problem. But unlesshe INSTITUTEDr.
does the President will be successor, and command- time strongly away from the so- critic Burton Rascoe as follows: "I W. Cullen Squler,Medical Director

urgedto er-in-chief of all French forces, called new-deal policies, strongly saw 'The Student Prince' again, and 208 N. lOth St., Richmond,lad.
take matters in
his hands
own toward the conservative side. Sec-
was found to be in Algiers visiting
and for feed for my money, it is the most com-
arrange price subsi- his sick son when our forces landed.He retary Hull probably stands higher,' pletely satisfying of the various op-

dies through legislative action. Fail- was taken into protective custody has more friends, and can exert eretta revivals" Since when WNU 7 3S 43
ing that, he can, by an executive
influence with than
and when it found that more congress
was Bub?
are you paying,
order, provide feed funds from the
member of the cabinet. The
French leaders stood loyal to the any

Commodity Credit corporation. Vichy government, a series of conferences President needs a congress which Sights You Don't See From "a ,,0 0

immediately followed with will stand behind him if he is to Sight-Seeing Bus: The place down- '

CAPITAL CHAFF the 'purpose of calling a halt to the carry out the plans for further con- town that tattoos ,your Social Secur- /

C Adm. Ernest J. King, commander- French resistance against General duct of the war and the winning of ity number on your chest or arms

in-chief of the U. S. fleet, has two Patton's task force in the vicinity of. the peace according to methods he The real American Indian, And Your Strength' and

residences in Washington-a spa- Casablanca." believes it is necessary to employ. long braids, blue trousers, red silk Energy Is Below Par
cious home at Observatory Circle, It be caused,by disorder ofney 1fd.
And, of course, there is the fourth shirt-carrying a cane-on 42nd may :
and the yacht Dauntless anchoredat The BackgroundThen function that permit poisonous
term ahead for continuance in office 5th The For
Street near new dating waste to accumulate. truly many
the Navy yard. The admiral on the morning of November is essential, the President's spot for uniformed lads and their people eel tired, fail weak and miserable
lives the and his when the kidneys to remove excess
on yacht family 11, the Germans invaded France friends believe, if he is to mold tho gals-Father, Duffy's statue on acids and other wasto matter from the
lives at the Circle.
and Darlan obligingly rejected the post-war world.Secretary Broadway near 47th The quotes blood.You may suffer nagging backache;
C. After the Ramirez revolt, the pseudo-independent Vichy government Hull is his anchor to from Nazi leaders in Radio City's rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness

Nazis closed down their short-wave and assumed authority in windward. This is due to his polit- "This Is the Enemy" exhibit. So getting up frequent nignts. leg ana pains scanty, swelling.Sometimes urination .

efforts to Argentina. But now that North Africa in the name of Marshal ical influence and also because' he fantastic they seem made up, but with smarting and burning U another -

Ramirez has proved to be so friend i Petain and ordered the French to and what he symbolizes both at ar'e real The wolves who loiter the kidneys sign that or bladder.something 1 la wrong with

ly, the broadcasts have been re- I cease all hostilities.Just home and abroad, have become in- around the 5th Avenue Library There should be no doubt that prompt
sumed in full is wiser than neglect. USG
force. treatment
what pressure or argument extricably bound up in world nego- lions waiting for the lambs Doan't Pillt.l It 1s better to : on a
C. Madame Chiang Kai-shek was was used in getting Darlan to yieldto tiations. The Greenwich Village cafeteria: medicine that has won rrd favorably(

very sick on her homeward airplane Allied wishes has never been revealed And for the President, there is but with tables reserved for Village ec-, proval known.than Doan't on have something been tried less and tested .-

trip, by way of Africa and India or what his motives may one objective 'now-that: is, to be the centrics-so others may enjoy the many ydars. Are at all drug store

The pilot said, "The weather was have been-they may indeed have peacemaker as he was the war leader. nightly "show" they put on The Get Doan today.Washington .

rough as the devil and she was in a been prompted by the devil or his, All else-choice of counsellors, lovely trees in Washington Square--

pretty bad way. She" didn't say a grandmother-but those who knew domestic policies, must dovetail info I which once served as gallows.
word the entire
trip. the inside military expediency, did that purpose.






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? 1 A quiz with answers offering ?
Of Old GarmentsBy ? ?
Restyled SUNDAY I ? information on various subjects |
Lesson Q r H' z

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Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.Released The Questions 7. Against what-Indians did Cus-
( bv Western Newspaper Union) ter make his last stand? '

\ 1. What is an erg? 8. What is the principal ore of

Lesson for October 3 2. Which of the following canals lead?
handles the greatest volume of

traffic: Suez, Panama, or Sault The Answers
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
lected and copyrighted by International Ste. Marie?
Council permission.of Religious Education:' used, by 3. A wind that blows regularlyat 1. A measure of energy!

f ,4 t fixed seasons is called what? 2. Sault Ste. Marie.

JESUS AND THE TEN 4. What city is called the Queen 3. A monsoon. ....
COMMANDMENTSLESSON City of the Lakes? 4. Buffalo, N. Y. -

5. What Confederate general was 5. Robert E. Lee.

,- TEXT-Matthew 5:17-20; 19:1622 once the superintendent of West 6. Richard the Lion Hearted.

: i GOLDEN; .T')hn 5:39.: TEXT-Think 40. not that I am Point? 7. Custer made his last stand

[ ; come to destroy the law. or the prophets: I 6. Who was the husband of against the Sioux. ,
am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.- Queen Berengaria? 8.* Galena.
Matthew 5:17.

Z, With this lesson we begin a seriesof O.for Officer, A for Wac, '
studies which should be of unusual DOSING'FORME
-- value, a consideration of the Ten Say the G. I. NumbersHere's

4 Commandments in the light of the II
jf !
teachings of Jesus, and other related the low-down on the
New Testament passages.It tight-digit numbers the army assigns I .

is appropriate to point out that, every soldier: If the first

> : far from being outmoded, the Ten digit is 1, it means the man joinedthe Says happy ALL-BRAN:

ii Commandments are really the basisof regular army after the draft eater!

: : all moral law. They need a dili- began; 2-the owner was a National -

1k gent restudy and re-emphasis in our Guard unit member called up; If been
you've "dosing" without
; 3-the I. drafted. Second
; G. was
4 of moral standards.
day disregard of reveals the man's 'service getting the lasting relief you
As interpreted by the Lord Jesus digit wanted, this letter may offer you
and applied to our daily living, the command; the others are personal real encouragement:
'identification. If there's 0 in
truth of these commandmentsshould an "Permit me to compliment you on your
front of the numbers, he's an of- wonderful product KELLOGG'S
be brought home to every ALL-BRAN! It certainly lived up to ita
boy and girl, man and woman in ficer; A-she's a WAC;, Lshe'sa promises, with me I I'd been taking manufactured .
WAC officer. The serial num- laxatives for a long time I But<
YVYiK''M % our Bible schools. no more dosing for me thanks to
} SPf'l
wt iv} } } 'N We learn here that our Lord did not ber is private property. it's never KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN I I've adoptedit
reassigned. as my standby!l" Mr. Alexander Klein,
IatiwG come to set aside or destroy the law, 630 West 170th Street N. Y. C.
I but to fulfill it in the most completeway. Translating 0-1307694: ,Officer Yes, KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN

II I But the gospel takes us a step joining regular army after the really "gets at" one big cause of
in Third Service
beyond the law, and it is a great now com- constipation-lack of sufficient
mand.In .
step, for we follow the One who is "cellulosic" elements in the diet-

yd t' mvy."u greater than the law.I. I because ALL-BRAN is one of
the Navy a floor is a "deck,
Built the Law Matt. 5:17- Nature's most effective sources of
on ( doors are "bulkheads, down- I
these elements! They work by
20). "
stairs is and a cigaretteis helping the friendly colonic flora
j y ffdokNB: The law of God is eternal, neverto a "Camel." At least, Camel is fluff up and lighten the colonic
T be abrogated, never set aside. the favorite cigarette among Navy wastes for easy elimination. Not '

i' ____ Christ Himself, although we might men, as it is among men in the a harsh purgative! Doesn't"sweepyou
m --
properly say that He was in realitythe Army, Marines, and'Coast Guard. out" ALL-BRAN is simply

THIS year, even though the fam- which is available in your sewing Lawgiver, and thus had power (Based on actual sales records a(gentle-acting"regulating" food!
budget is taxed to the limit, machine kit.Another and authority over the law, indicated from service men's stores.) Anda If this is your trouble eat

you can still win summa cum laude, candidate that rates highin His purpose in coming to be that carton of Camels is a favorite KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN regu-

for your school wardrobe on the school fashion circles is the jumper of giving the law its full meaning, gift. Though there are now Post larly. Drink plenty of water. See

:' double score of high fashion plus dress, as pictured to the right in not of destroying it. One could wish Office restrictions on ,packages to if you don't find you can give up

\ economy. One thrifty way to increase the group. If'you have an outmoded that those, who profess to be His overseas Army men, you can still "dosing" for good! Insist on gen-

your style rating is to starta velveteen woolen dress or robe, you servants might have the same measure send Camels to soldiers in the uine ALL-BRAN, made only byKellogg's ;

sewing plan for salvaging closet : can reclaim it even if you are a of regard for,God's law. If,,they U. S., and to men in the Navy, in Battle Creek.

slackers that can be made over into II beginner sewer, just by taking a few did, they obviously.would not be so Marines, and Coast Guard wher-

new garments just by adding a minimum lessons in ,the ,thrifty art of makeovers ready to ignore it, so quick to changeit ever they are.-Adv. -Buy War Savings BondsY"MvM -

: of new fabric. at your local sewing center. or explain it away, and far ,more

: For'J.1stance., the wonder-_worker If your old dress has fairly simple! ready ,to accept with their Master

.,j. of a school wardrobe is 'a three- lines, you may be able to transform every" "jot and tittle," that is, even -

| piece costume (j jacket, vest and it into a jumper just by removingthe the minutest detail of His Word. :

[ skirt) that can be worn together or old sleeves and possibly the Recognizing Christ as the fulfill- \( ) A E ,
!: equally as.well with other things. worn portion around the armholes, ment of the law should prepare one ,

'I For this salvage project, as shown and slashing the neckline into a to manifest obedience to every moral -

centered in the illustration, you need plunging V-shaped effect. If you precept through His grace.II. .

t; collect only the vest and trousers would like to change the "facade"of More Than the Law (Matt. !AlARIA.WIDTERSMlrH.S?

I I'': of a man's cast-off suit If you are the dress, try the doublequickjob 19:16-22). =

.; lucky enough to find a glen urquhart ,of 'a front-buttoned closing from Obedience to the commandments

plaid, your costume is destined to be neckline to hem. There's a little brings a man up to the very en-

a fashion 'standout. The vest can buttonholer attachment that comesin trance upon life, but to enter in, he 1'2'
easily be cut down and refitted to sewing machine kits that will must have more than the "things"of ,

your size with the aid of one of those make perfect buttonholes for you in the law; he must have the Per- .
dress-form twins of plastic-like ma- a jiffy. Of course you will be want-
son who is "the Door" to eternal
terial that local sewing centers moldin ing a fingertip wool jacket. If you TOnIC % 7

exact counterpart to your figurein are lucky enough to salvage father'sold life.The
about 30 minutes. The trousers camel's hair number with a sim- young man who came to
ple pattern recast it into Christ was rich. His mind was obsessed -
when cut apart and turned upside you can
classic lines like the nifty coat with things. He had made it
down are easily converted into a worn "
his business to observe the law and '
over the buttoned-up-the-front
sleek fitting skirt. Finally the cardi- reclaimed -
had done well ( 20), but his soul
gan-type jacket, made of some new jumper frock, as here ,# a,, J i /
shown. This in was not satisfied. He thought one ,
material like flannel or spun rayon, topper strictly clas-
completes the costume. The plaid, sic lines will look' right this season more "thing" to do would accom-

as you will note in the picture, is and for many seasons to come, worn plish his purpose.

used for trimming the jacket edges over other dresses and with slacksas The general attitude of the man That's the record set by Capt.Joseph H. Hart, >
; with heavily rolled binding. For -well. was commendable. He sensed his
v'-: Plaid and lack of the vital one of Pan American Airways' ace pilots, in
; this, use the binder attachment plain costumes are colt something which
lege loves, and a 'two-piece over- would remake his life. He came to flying vital war cargo abroad. He's a former
blouse and skirt version as seen to the right one-the Lord Jesuswithhis
Army flier..and a Camel smoker for 20 years.
Autumn High Style the left in the picture is one of the question.His .

leaders. A cast-off plaid bathrobe failure to go beyond the thingsof

would be perfect salvage materialfor the law to a faith in, Christ, how-
the' pleated skirt also collar ever, showed that he loved his pos-

.rqIt4 and cuffs. Less than two yards oi sessions more than he desired to I STICK( TO r'x

new material would then be neededfor follow the Lord. ;.
the, plain overblouse.If I
Those in our day who. are trying CAMELS..IS ;
you have stowed in .
away your
God and eternal
to please gain bless-
closet clothes that are really good "
and wearable which may have be- edness by works, by doing things and THEY'VE GOT MORE
keeping commandments, need to
come dull and uninteresting, can '
recognize that in Christianity we ; di FLAVORANDTHEY'RE
add lively interest simply by touch- ,
have the One who is more than the
ing them up with looped braid or self
fabric 'cord. You can make the latter law. They need to look away from n EASY ON
to be done to the
things great thing
on your sewing machine-yardu .
that done and for all :;' MX THROAT
was once on' s
/4 // S iy f f ... w .: and yards of it with little effort. The .
pen and ink sketches in the background Calvary.III. : 4'i'V
wyp'r offer a few suggestions in Greater Than the Law (John

/ way of up-to-the-minute effects that 5:39, 40).

/ can ,be easily achieved. For in- The Scriptures are great because
stance, you can create the illusion of they bear witness to the Christ who

*1 curving pocketspositioned high on can give life. But obviously the One

tiqx'W a jacket front, just by attaching to whom thay bear witness is greater -
looped fringe edging below the than they are.

lapels in raised eyebrow fashion. Paul speaks of the law as a

: Effective in making a narrow skirt "schoolmaster to bring us to Christ"

I look wider are rows of braid that (Gal. 3:24). The picture is liter-
form a border at the hemline, as
ally of a servant charged with bringing
; 4 : YI
rp. sketched .
i -
the child to school where he may
Released by Western
Hollowcut Newspaper Union. learn the truth. So the law con-
velveteen of the
one New SlacksIn victs man of sin, makes him con- u.
lovely cotton
pile fabrics Suspender
everybody's scious of his own utter inability to I THE II-Z0r.aE" .
calling for, has become the
a sports department they are
meet God's requirements 4a
classic for winter suits and coats. showing smart slacks with detach- '
-where cigarettes ..
makes him ready to turn to Christin .
. :: This man-tailored
: suit i
:- with the easy able suspenders, and mind you the '
faith and repentance (Rom. '
: 3:20)
" skirt and three-button are judged
, flap-pocketed suspenders are designed for "looks"as k'-4'-
jacket is a good year-round basic well as giving practical service. These men of our Lord's time -r-ZONE--Taste and

for your wardrobe. Both jacket and They are cunningly embroidered or were very religious. They spent Throat is the proving" ,
skirt are, good mixmates. The jacket else appliqued with felt cutouts of much of their time searching the
goes with slacks and other skirts. vivacious coloring. Being detachable, Scriptures that they might find eter- ground for cigarettes. Only
skirt nal life. But most of them failed your taste and throat can decide which ciga-
The teams smartly with plainor these gay and fanciful suspenders to
dressy blouses. The understand that the life they soughtwas rette tastes best to you..and how it affects
gay plaid styled with a novel girdle effect can C I
beret and huge soft bag of novelty be worn with any skirt, being espe- in the One who stood before your throat. Based on the experience of a me
velveteen by Alfreda bespeaks a cially effective with the new cordu- I them-Jesus of Nazareth-and not millions of smokers,we believe Camels will

last-word fashion in accessories roy and velveteen types. in the letter of'"the law. suit your 'T-ZONE' to a "T.-l ...



i -
$10,000,000 Post- 12:00 a. m., and 1:00: to 4:30 p. ceased late of ,Hendry County. Florida
Robert Dupree Injured t < -For the colored population. m.l, of to the Hendry Hon. R. 1>1. Harris, County Judge
County; and file the same
I I. -, 9. All contacts or suspects of In his office. in the County Court-
(Continued from Page 1) cases of tuberculosis: all people who house in Hendry County Florida, I
When Struck Auto I. in plant-facility costs experienced work in lunchrooms, restaurants, within the date eight of the calendar first publication montha here-from I I

By i during the past' two years. the I drugstores; beer parlors, dishwashers of.tain Said the legal claims address or demands of the to claim-con-
necessity for increased,working capital waitresses, chefs, school teach- ant and to be sworn to and presented
I by reason of the increased an-I ers, people who work with paint, as See aforesaid Section 120.or same of the win 1933 be Probate barred.
Robert Dupree, 12 year old son drove on; Bobby Sexton summonedaid i nual capacity for such facilities, and galvanizing or sanding machines, Act.Dated
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dupree, is isthe and Robert was taken to: the I to provide for the modernization and!,-and any' other adults who may desire ; September 14, A. D. 1943.
Clewiston hospital suffering Clewiston hospital. electrification of the Clewiston DOLISKA JUNTA TYSON,
;:Srom injuries received when the bicycle Patrolman R. E. Hamrick was 1 sugar-house, as well,as other projects As and Executor Testament of of the George Last Willis Wilt
he was riding was struck by I called to investigate the accident, which may be developed, it is presently IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN Tyson Jr.. deceased.
'an automobile at the intersectionof and together with City Marshal .Ben I proposed tp authorize not AND FLORIDA.FOR IIENDRY IN PROBATE.COUNTY, 1943.First publication on September 10

Third Street and the highway," Buxton and Sheriff J. J. Wiggins more- ,than $10,000,000 of serial No. __ ..___'_ Sept. 17, 23, Oct. 1, 8.
Saturday evening. Jack' McKenzie, began work to identify the car and notes having ,a maximum term for -
'colored, driver of the car involved locate the driver. A piece of head- longest maturity of not more than GEORGE. WILLIS TYSON, JR.,
in the accident, is being held in jail \ light glass, ,which was broken by 10 years. Present plans contemplatethe Deceased. Johnson's Fish Camp
pending the outcome of the child's the impact with the bicycle, and was private placing of such loan or NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo :
injuries. He is charged with leav- I I found lying on the pavement furnished loans with other than stockholdersof All Creditors and All Persons Having (Near Hurricane Gate)
ing the scene of an ac ident. the clue which eventually led 'the corporation." Said Claims Estate or Demands Against Clewiston, Fla.

Robert sustained injuries about I to the discovery of the car. The The report revealed that during You, and each: of you are hereby Boats and Motors-Guide Service \)
the head and severe bruises on his state highway patrol and local of- the. 203-day harvesting season the notified and required to present any Rates Reasonable -.j j!
back. His condition has been such ficers worked unceasingly on the I corporation at the Clewiston plant either claims of and you demands, may have which against you, the or W. H. Johnson, Mgr. ;
that X-rays have not yet beeu-'made. (case until the car was located. By ground 588,549 tons of cane and estate of George Willis Tyson, Jr., de
Although unconscious the first few t reconstructing the missing part of produced 54,754 tons' of raw
sugar. . _
-days after the accident, he is now the headlight glass it was learned The stockholders were told in -.-".-*WVWV- - -..-...-..:.*<..:..XK..H'**....................................-.............................................................o.?.....
gradually recovering consciousness, ; that '33 '34 Fords used 1-" :
only and 1
the report that'net earnings from
recognizes his mother and the eat that glass. The painstaking checkof operations after all charges, includ.-; =_i=: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1ST :f f .
is able to
nurses in the hospital, all '33 and '34 Ford sedans in
ing taxes, were $822,278, comparedwith Y
cle'i iefes. t
and talks with some the adjoining sections'began and by
Mrs. Dupree is remaining wlUi her $876,633, for' the previousyear. =i= WE ARE CLOSING =
l I Sunday night the identity I of the car A cold spell'in February materially -
*on. a'p. ;$ .. $ I was known. reduced the operations this
When the accident occurred Sat- Patrolman Hamrick located the year. I FOR THE DURATION i
xirday evening, Robert and Bobby
car with its driver about daylight I As of June 30, 1943, the working
Both Sexton'were were without riding lights.their bicycles.As they Monday morning, and found the, assets of the corporation were $5-I I :!: Our sincere thanks and appreciation :I

rode North on Third Street the au- I missing pieces of the headlight in 486,171 and the total assets liabilities, $14- :*: to all whose friendship and patronage ::? .
''tomobile McKenzie the man's home. At first denyinghis 521589. The current; I
driven by approached :: have contributed
I were $1,099,609 and long-term liabilities to our success. :
going South on the high- guilt he was held in jail, charged y
way. ,The bicycle was struck by the with leaving' the 'scene of an ac $193,703. Stockholders' '_' z
right headlight and fender of the cident. Wednesday afternoon he is!! equities aggregated $13,228,275. :: MR. AND MRS. B. E. NALL, Sr. _:? I,

car Shoulder and was of left the on highway the North with said driver to of have the confessed car which to struck being the the acquired During the 2,670 year acres the of corporation land and ..:.:NNNNNNNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..NN.. ..NN.. ..NNN..NNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..NNNN.. .. .. ........,.........:.............................................................................};?

Robert lying beside. The car I child. '.a' :, !!I' disposed of 186 acres. Minor improvements '--
were' made in the sugar-
house and to aid in relieving the

:Florida The man who burns his woods to shortage of field labor, 18 me-
get rid of boll weevils might Just as chanical cane-loading devices were

Association To Meet well burn his barn to get rid of rats. acquired. If yOU

TAMPA Un- ,Medal AwardedContinued Answers To Questions
Sept. 29-(FNS) cant 6flllI
'der Florida laws, chiropractors are
required to attend educational ses-
sionseach year before a renewal of ( from Page 1) t (Continued from Page 1)

their license is granted.In Pearl Harbor, and the northernmost 1. There are no early signs and Buy "Y
Island of the Japanese chain. symptoms of tuberculosis. The. di- Y+
the past many chiropractors
The announcement of the award- sease is insidious. You can have it
have traveled to distant points for
ing of the Distinguished Flying before symptoms, develop. Bonds
study and educational work necessary 4
Cross was made Tuesday. Coburn's 2. Consult your family physician I pAy ,a,%a:
license renewal. .
telegram this morning leads his immediately. ,ra e :
In view of travel restrictions this ,
family to have high hopes that he I 3. Pain in the' chest, chronic i 5 ., ..Taa
'year the Florida Chiropractors As- will be granted a sufficient' furloughfor cough, afternoon fever, coughing up I < ; .
sociation has arranged a 3-day Zt_ l
educational session which will per- a real visit home. blood, iiight' sweats, loss of weight, S1w
loss of appetite, persistent hoarse-
mit chiropractors of this state to i
of Labor Supply- ness. These are some of the more
'attend the necessary number q
hours' and receive credits requiredfor I common signs and symptoms. INSURED : ;e S.4iSy '

license r newal.The' 4. Yes, tuberculosis can be cured "
session is scheduled to be held (Continued from page 1) If diagnosed and treated early. A w jr i f

In Tampa Oct. 14, 15, 16 at the provided for the laborers upon their 5. Every six' months for at least )i trY F arE
"Hillsboro Hotel. arrival. Their segregation in villages two years. I

will minimize the likelihood of 6. Because tuberculosis is
Four lectures will be delivered byDr. more
H. Chance of the Palmer Schoolof any friction developing.. I prevalent when living conditionsare
Chiropractic of Davenport, Iowa. It is understood that there were crowded and properly balanced I"

'Dr. Vinton Logan of the Basic Col- approximately 9000 Jamaicans diets are discarded, and because of Open a savings account..keep It growing '
lege of Chiropractic, St. Louis, Mo., brought into the United States last the proximity of our town to the
'is scheduled for a number of lec- winter, and that these are scattered armed forces, and because we need
'tures. Other notables in the chiro- over the entire eastern portion of all people physically fit for victory.
practic field will contribute to the the country and the central and I' 7. Everyone is susceptible. Just Buy War Bonds &, Stamps1i111jpNISiJ.

3-day educational program are: Dr.. western sections' as far west as because you have,a stocky build, do i
"Ray B. Richardson of Davenport, Idaho. They have been moved to I not think that ;you can't get it. \
Iowa, and Dr. John J. Nugent of the follow the harvest of vegetables in Particularly susceptible are those in
National Chiropractic Association, different localities. A good portion contact with other cases, those who I
New Haven, Conn. of these will return to their homes, work in heavily dusty areas and : .
The educational session will pro-I although some, will remain in this those who work with volatile or

vide Florida chiropractors with an country. cleaning fluids, lead, etc.

opportunity to put in the necessary No definite date has been set for| 8. Monday, October 4, Clewiston
"hours and achieve the needed credits I the arrival of the Jamaicans, but the II High School, 8:30 to 12:00: a. m., 1 I 1
for license renewal under Florida plantations' are ready for them andit and 1:00 to 4:30 p.' m.-For the
laws. State Association officials 'is likely that they will begin to''arrive -I white ,population. Tuesday, October

point out. within a few days i 15, Clewiston, Townsite, 8:30 to '-1R7! _.. _...."'"

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; SUGAR a The Energy Food -i- The Vital War Food .

Everyone in Florida's sugar industry is among the nation's unsung ,war heroes, producing the .

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

the men behind the guns. If YOU, are not in essential war work then

Get Into The Battle By Joining The Forces ofCLEWISTON. ,

: ; 7' .F, United States Sugar Corporation-


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