The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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-2 GROWERS MEET AT SCHOOL CLOSES TO MRS. W." ".. HOOKS i j r City Commission Changes I

Mrs. Clara Lou Hooks, 50, died

INN AND PROTEST HELP ISSUE RATION t of early Mr.Saturday and Mrs.morning Frank at Cothern the home in 'For First Time In I

I LaBelle where she was a guest for HistoryBoys

I the night. Formerly a resident of J
UNFAIR TREATMENT BOOK 4 NEXT WEEK both LaBelle and Clewiston, Mrs.' -

for Hooks the and past her husband three years have on resided the I Play Football In 1 E. E. Kelly Is Selected As

A meeting of more than 50 prom- Schools will be closed next Thursday -
East Coast, and have their home in Mayor
inent vegetable farmers of the state and Friday, October 21st and Moore Haven Tonight to SucceedF.
West Palm Beach. She had spent a
Inn Sat- 22nd, while the school buildings and'
was held at the Clewiston
week visiting friends in Fort D. Duff
urday afternoon and a vigorous pro- teachers will again be utilized in the
and to
was planning return Clewiston
test was registered by those attend- distribution of war ration books. Palm Beach Sunday. The football team will
ing at the unfairness of Washington The teachers have volunteered to play: its first game of the'season with E. E. Kelly, chosen by membersof
She died during her '
sleep early
officials in their treatment of the serve as registrars for the forthcoming Moore Haven tonight o'n the Moore the city commission as mayor of
Saturday morning,
Florida Vegetable Committee's requests war ration book 4, and plans in apparently froma Haven field. The game was originally Clewiston ,at the reorganization
heart attack. She had been in ill
for early publication of the Clewiston are being completed by, scheduled for Clewiston but lightson meeting 'of that body Monday even-
health for several but
ceiling, prices on winter vegetables. Principal M. H. Stroud. who is in years follow- the local field are not ready for ing, becomes the second mayor in
ing a major operation a, few months '
E. W. 'Lins, chairman of the com- charge. .' to be night playing. the history of Clewiston. Mr. Kelly
ago, appeared improving stead
mittee, outlined the protests which One person from each family is. fly Bernard Myers has' been coachingthe succeeds F. Deane Duff, ,one of the

be and other members of the group all that is necessary to appear at the I| The local boys and a large number three original commissioners namedin
body was sent to
had made in Washington to OPA school building, but that person. Leesburg, have been turning out regularly for the city charter, who has served
Ga., her former home
,..,.officials' and the repeated promises must present War Book 3 for each.I Mrs. Hooks is survived, bUria1.1 practice for the past three weeks. The continuously as mayor since the
which had been made them of pub- member of the family, before the. band by next game will be played in LaBelle charter' was 'put into operation in
W. W. Hooks,
one ,
lication of ceiling, prices. The Saturday new books can be issued. on October 22nd. During Novem- 1931. After serving for more than
Miss Betty Hooks, a' senior at Flor-
meeting was called in anticipation There will be three registrationsites ida ber the boys will play three gamesin eleven years Mr. Duff declined to
State College for Women two
of having the ceiling prices arranged by the local OPA office Clewiston and hope to have a become a candidate when his term
for discussion at that time. ; the Clewiston school; the Har- sons, Staff Sergeant W. W. Hooks, large turn-out of supporters at these of office expired this year.C. .
Jr. who is Hawaii
and, Chief
Nathan Mayo, the state commissioner lem school for Harlem and Town- games. E. Miner and W. C. Owen are
of agriculture was also site colored residents; the Bare Petty Officer Richard R. Hooks, whois Boys who have been practicing the new members of the commis-

present at the meeting. He urged Beach commissary for residents of in the Navy Sea-Bees in the regularly for football are: Richard sion who go Into office succeed-

the farmers to continue their cooperation that section who find it convenient.Mrs. Southwest Pacific, and two sisters Pape, Eric Thomas, Melvin Tolbert, ing Mr. Duff and J. A. McGehee,

in order that the agricul- E. W. McLeod will serve as who reside in Georgia. Mr. Hooks, Horace Brown, Bruce Beardsley, who also retires after 11 years on
Betty and Mrs. R. R. Hooks of
tural development of the state might registrar at Bare Beach and Elsie Sherwood Hall, Marty Waldron, the commission.
Keep pace with the, progress made in Risener will assist her. Registration accompanied the body to Buddy Poole, Junior and Jack Martinez Mr. Kelly, president of the Clew-
Georgia for burial.FLORIDA .
other lines.Tn there will be from 3 till 7:30 Frank Conkling, Dean Hol- iston Motor Company and chairmanof
___ addition________ to__ r'eiHne'___n_ prices_____ the'n .Thursday and Fridav- afternoons.,n '_'__ In_u ,I land Gene Bledsoe. Bobbv Knflht- I II the county's selective service
problems of labor and containerswere Harlem Amos Thomas, principal of I Raymond Trice, Jackiendish board, is a long-time resident 'of

also discussed by the farmers.L. I the colored school, is to serve as DISTRICT Owen and Curtis Pullen. Clewiston who has been active in

L. Chandler, chairman of th<5 registrar.In I civic affairs and has served as one

labor committee, 'urged all who had the local school Principal Bureau Gives Gasoline of the members of the city commis-

I not already done so to file applica- Stroud and the' teachers will serve CONVENTION REPORT sion since shortly after the city

tion with their county agent at once each day'' until three o'clock when a Consumption In charter became effective in October,

for all labor needs for the coming group of volunteers will relieve them, CountyHendry 1931.A .

crop. Sam Chastain, of Pahokee, and continue registration until 7:3'0. GIVEN TO KIWANIS glance back through the years

told the farmers to act quickly in Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. R. C. County motorists and i j'I will show that the steady progressof

obtaining their containers since the Wilson, Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, Mrs. M. farmers purchased 86,525 gallons the municipality of Clewiston is
supply was already limited and 'inadequate A. Thomas, Mrs N. V. S. Mumford, J. E. Beardsley, lieutenant gover- of gasoline during the month of August -I i I not the result of hap-hazard methods

and Mexico was making ,a Mrs. Jean Reahard, Mrs. C. J. Niel- nor .of the southeast district, W. C. according to, the records of the but of constant adherence to a plan

' strong appeal to have some United sen, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. E .W. Owen, president, and Glen E. Ether- inspection bureau of the department which had been skillfully drawn

" States, ,containers exported to them: I Durst and Mrs. ,.Gene Powers will ton, delegate and member, of the of agriculture. These records have I and which was consistently carried
Attending the meeting 'were A. serve as volunteer registrars here. I just been compiled for that period,I I out by the commission<<; to which the
local Kiwanis Club attended, the
W. Wilson, South Miami, Dixon All who fail to get their war I and are taken from the reports of city government was entrusted.

Pearce, ,Miami, J. A..,Cox, Miami, W. ration book 4 at the proper, time next Florida district convention of 'Kiwanis -,wholesale' ,gasoline sales in the The' city(:.,of Clewiston was plan-
jvD. Miller, Ruskin, ,J:,, E. Wotheu.Jt week, may face a long delay, in' having held; in Jacksonville.Sunday I: varjous+ counHe ,of.-; 'the" state' ,- /.;.l 'ned by John. Nolen, a-noted. au: hor-

\ "Sanford. N. ,;B,.,.McNeece: ,'Ai R.::Sprott,- the book issued, to them; Mrs. and -Monday- --\,'' -<& I I i 'During August. 12,081 gallons' --oj ity on towa planning, in' 152. ,

'j Si:: "O'Neal, Delray)" Beach Clint E. C. Mills, clerk'of the local office, Those attending made an''interesting kerosene were sold in Hendry County. '- Since the, site of the city was property
'J Moore, Boynton, J. S. Willson, said in urging all to apply for their The state totals were 25,647,003 : being developed by the old,

Bryant E. Pearce, Sam J. Fleming, books next week., report of the convention to members gallons of gasoline and 3,032,959 Clewiston company, much of the

'W. R. Hooker, E. Zynicke, N. T. of the' local, club at the, Wednes- gallons of kerosene., early municipal functions were car-

Taylor] Mrs. Ruth Wedgworth, day night meeting. ried on and paid for by that com-

Belle Glade E. L. Pope, J. H. Wil- They summarized the conventionas I pany. In this manner most of the
, son, John Dulaney, L. L. Stuckey, following a war-time theme. The HENDRY present city streets and sidewalks
Harry W. Peterson, R., L. Chastain, 1 Kiwanis "We Build" is strengthened FATHERS TO were constructed and landscaping
Pahokee, Doug Igou. Eustis, L. H. 11 i MILLION IN TAXES by the additional thoughts of- "ne. Later when the city charter .

Kraemer, Lake Wales, Allen Mark- building to support the war effort. BE INCLUDED WITH np* effective and the city gov-
ham, Okeechobee, W. L. Wilson, :' ernment began to function these
Jacksonville, W. B.- Granger, Belle The convention opened Sunday improvements were turned over to
i AFTERJIGATION'!! evening with a dinner meeting, 'at the municipality and became city
Glade, J. S. Wood, Lake Harbor, R. I QUOTA NEXT MONTH"Fathers
which John E. Burrus of St. 'Louis
E. Kurtz, Fort Myers, Paul B. Dick-, : property without' cost. In this fact
: and Coral Gables was the main and in the business like
Ruskin I methods of
man, Arthur Wells, Belle i
-- -- -- TALLAHASSEE. Oct. 14-Another np.akp.J'. . Hie! tnv..>?." nrae.. ":.\r"nt..............,.;."... -- I
j[- -- --- ---- u the city commissioners, lies the ex-
Glade, u. G. omnam, Leesburg,
ii.I,half million dollars for Florida's the Attack," and furthered the of, draft age in Hendry I
planation of
Harry Smith, South Bay, :;Ellis I|I being aI
Lamb, Delray Beach, John Ford, Orlando -,! treasury is the latest reward ,for six I[thought ,of Kiwanis contribution to County may look to their order I debt-free city through a period of

E. W. Lins, South Miami, years of probing and litigation I j I support the war needs. numbers to see how strong is the time when nearly eveij city was

Nathan Mayo, Tallahassee. L'I,climaxed today with the filing of a i The business session opened Monday likelihood of their being called into bogged down in indebtedness.The .

'Stewart, John Tiedtke, G. B. Mc- i Leon circuit court decree orderingthe morning'and continued throughout military'service in the month of No- city charter was created by

Duffie, R. J. Lee and W.' S. Bow- estate of Lindsay M. the day. Committee reports vember, said E. E. Kelly, chairmanof (Continued on page 8)

don! Clewiston.Xl1 Miami and Atlanta HOPkins'l were given and trophies awarded\ to the selective service board this]

died in August, 1937, to pay Florida winning clubs. The outstanding I week.

$561,000 estate taxes;more achievement of boys and girls work "Our November call is very [ FARM'EQUIPMENT IN

DESCRIBES than $126,000 being interest and among clubs of the state this year about 5 or 6 times- the October large'j

r penalty-in addition to the $188,000 was the building and maintaining of and we do not see any

paid in 1938 after Florida's comptroller the "House of Friendship" by the, postponing the drafting of fathers LARGER QUANTITIESIS

-\ STATE GAME LAWS i J. M. Lee, and his attorneys Jacksonville Club. This is a home any longer. We have very few men.!)[

won the first round of the legal bat operated for the aid of youngster::! 'other than fathers, on deferment in
I tle and established the fact that\ who are involved in juvenile delinquency .this county, and since their defer I! NOW AVAILABLEAll

AS SEASON NEARSA Hopkins was a resident of Florida and for those who because ments will run out in another monthor

and not Atlanta.Tempestuous f of the delinquencies of their parentsare I two they will be allowed to remain -

legal debate and, aggressive In need of a home., The' Jacksonville until its expiration unless the Florida farmers will be

new uniform hunting law goes investigation and probing Kiwanis Club in ,this requirements change, I Mr. Kelly advised shortly through the local

in effect in Florida Oct. 18 according -I marked the six year battle for the operates with one of the worn co-I stated. USDA war board of what rationed

to D. F. Smoak, Sr., chief, officer -flax!| Georgia refusing to accept the social work organizations. Other !! The board will look to the oc farm machinery and equipment' will

of, the first conservation district,| original decision of residence and clubs through the state reported cupation and work habits of regis be available, this year. A new rationing -

';-' comprising 14 Southwest Florida I continuing for another three years worthy achievements in the boys I trants, too, promised Mr. Kelly. schedule, goes into effect tomorrow -

.-:" counties. ': the battle to take the tax to that and ,girls activities. ""We do not want to leave a loafer .

Under the new regulations, 'open j state where Hopkins had built a I Richard H. Simpson, Monticello, here, who is not a steady worker While nor all equipment needed

seasons' for taking game birds and I (Continued on Page, 8)' was elected Governor 'of the Florida and who does" not properly' providefor will be available in time forthe, crop

animals are as follows: Deer district!: for the next year, and James his family, and at. the same time season now underway in southern

Nov. 20 to Jan. 5. Hunting per-I Women Mack, of Hollywood, was elected take for military service a father Florida, federal USDA officials have
mitted every day from Nov. 20 Doing Good I: lieutenant-governor of 'the South who is working full time at a worthwhile indicated that early producing areas

through Nov. 30. In the first, sec- I east Florida district. ,-even though not officially will come in for early consideration. -

'ond, fourth and fifth districts, hunting Job Says Asher Frank The convention closed with a din ( classed as essential-occupation. .
: will be prohibited on Mondaysand ner meeting Monday night at which Vivian Collins, state director of The war production board has

Tuesdays, Dec. 1 through Jan. I Roe Fulkerson of Fort Lauderdale, selective service ,in a letter to all tentatively promised sufficient steelto
TAMPA, Oct. 13 FNS Returning
( )
5. Collier, Hendry and Glades i one, of the editors of Kiwanis Maga-I boards, stated the probability that manufacture more than twice as
Counties are closed to the taking of I from the National Safety zine, was the 'speaker. Mr; 'Fulkerson (Continued On Page 8) much farm equipment during the

deer. In the' third district, hunting Congress in Chicago, Asher Frank, is one of the best-known writers I year that began July 1, 1943, as dur-

will be permitted every day throughout 'director of the Florida Safety Council and speakers in Kiwanis International BABCOCK AIRCRAFT CORP. ing the preceding 12 months, state
the season. i and his talks are always receievd CHANGES NAME TO DEL-AIR agricultural officials declare.
,, stated he was amazed at the
-' Quail, turkey, squirrel-Nov. 20 with delight by his audiences. His The rationing program which goes
I number of vocations in which women
to Feb. '15. Hunting permitted,every topic .was "Luck" and although It DeLAND, Oct. 13-(FNS)'- ,Di- into effect October 15 places restric-

day Nov. 20 to Nov. 30; prohibited I are now engaged.In was developed ,In a humorous vein, I{I rectors of the Babcock Aircraft Cor- tions on sales of only 31 items,

". Mondays and Tuesdays, Dec. 1 to I transportation, women have it left serious thoughts with those i poration voted last week to change I where 91 were rationed for the past

Feb. 15, in the first, fourth and fifth about ten percent more accidentsthan who heard it ': the name of the corporation to Del- year. It ,also permits a farmer. who,

districts. Hunting permitted every I men, he stated. Absenteeism. The local Kiwanis Club plans to Air. The new name combines the secures a purchase certificate to ob-

day throughout the season in the I at first, was practically unheard of have Captain T. C. Moore as' guest name of the plant's location with the tain his equipment from any dealer -

third district. I[among women workers, however ::t speaker at the meeting next week. type of production, and henceforth who ,can supply him

Marsh hen-Sept. 15 to .Nov. 30. is now about the same as with men the concern will operate under the Manufacturers will furnish the
You all War name of Del-Air Corporation of De- State USDA War Board with a
Hunting permitted every day throughthe I "Most of these women are ,doinga / give to Relief agen-
season. good job as truck, bus and streetcar cies when you contribute to the Flo.- Land. schedule of their proposed county ,
1 President M. H. Kreuger stated distribution of 19 different rationed
The open season, on geese; duck. operators, baggage handlers at ida War Fund. Every Floridians
that tooling is nearing completionand items, and the War Board, after ad-
and ,coot was fixed Nov. 2 to Jan. depots, assistant mechanics, all typeof
should support this worthy effort. it is expected the plant will justing the schedules will inform,
oilers brake
10, with hunting permitted everyday light garage service, ,'
during the season. The dove testers, carburetor adjusters and Help salvage life and hope. GIVEto reach full production at an' early each county of its tentative quota

-- (Continued on Page '4) whatnot,". he stated. the Florida War Fund. date. (Continued on Page 4)I


-1 4e I Gems of ThoughtOur -


pStn' whole social' life is in

Manpower-Draft SituationIs essence but a long, slow striving .
for the victory of justiceover

LbELt OR 1N QwwMI +: Nation's No. 1 ProblemPolitical AH force.-John the moments Galsworthy.of life have

a series of consequences into

D. C. Private Papers of a eternity.Swedenborg.It .

QUEZON ON THE JOB Cub Reporter: isn't the thing you do, dear

It's bad news for the Japs that : Shadows Darken Vital Issues Con- The Washington Wire: It almost It's the thing'you leave undone
3?> causes fist fights when mentionit That gives you a bit of heartache
resident Quezon of the Philippinesis National Service you At the
setting of
fronting Every Family; but sun.
back in Washington. They knew they are saying we'll have a
-though if'was not generally real Act Subject of Debate.By 'new Chief Justice of the Highest SANGSTER.A .
ized in Washington-that Quezon had Court in 1945' The big corpora- man used to vicissitudes is
tions which ''want to put not easily dejected. Samuel
suffered a relapse of his old illness, up reserves
tuberculosis,.which has plagued him BAUKHAGE for post war conversion will soon be Johnson.A .

off and on for 20 years. News Analyst and Commentator. cussin' the Treasury's Randolph pleasant companion causes ..
Quezon was a well man at the 'Paul, who wants them paid out in you to forget the length of the

time of Pearl Harbor. But confinement IVNU Service, Union Trust Building, Situation Is SeriousAnd taxes now The U. S. is gettingso journey.-Publius Syrus.

in the dampness of Corregidor, Washington, D. C. yet the manpower situation is much coin that the Democratic

during the Jap attack, brought the Today, a whole year stands be- serious. It is so serious that it has I Nat'l Committee ain't gettin' any
illness back again. That was one I' Otto Hapsburg was rejectedby
tween election ,day and the capitalbut long worried War Mobilization Di-
reason MacArthur urged him to return the shadow of coming events rector Byrnes. Indeed, that is why the army because he claims Hun- When Your"lnnards"are
to the U. S. in a submarine. garian citizenship His sponsoris
cast their shadows before them. Like he called on his friend, Bernard'
When he came to Washington, Que when elder states- a cabinet member's wife! .
the dark patches on the ground Baruch, the' unofficial Crying the Blues
The inner circles
zon advised to take things hear that Stalin
was the advise
scudding clouds cross the sun, man of the administration, to
Instead he rushed into the of- thinks Germany will be out of the
easy. Washington scene is flecked with pol- him. Baruch advised him all right,
activities of Commonwealth war by March.
ficial Philippine
itics. not wisely perhaps, from a political
affairs, not sparing him- And there are' issues this time standpoint, and too well for the sen- J {(

self.His which reach right into every home, sitive olfactory nerve of Republican E. P. Dutton, publisher of'the sen-
physicians advised him not to touch the family where there are Senator Vandenberg (who used to sational No. 1 best seller ("Under A

remain in Washington during the men and women of fighting or work- be a newspaper man himself). The Cover") has enough paper to sell ) -

summer of 1942, nor last winter. ing age, reach into the larder and wily Michigander scented"a rodent. another 60,000 'copies. They indem- .\ "jU (, ,
But he remained nevertheless. Re- the ice box. It is hard for anyoneto Had he not, you might never have nify book sellers against libel actions .
that last he suffereda j J
sult was spring see these, issues clearly becauseof heard Baruch's words of wisdom. (none to date) as a result of selling \ '

_ further Specialists relapse.were summoned, and the shadow of politics. Among other things, Mr. Baruch it I. In Detroit Ass't FBI Chief q rJ ,

Quezon was given the stern advice There is the draft, the manpower commented on hoarding labor. I had Bugas said: "The FBI, in its anti-
question closely interwoven with it spy work, hasn't had two cents'
heard of in
that subject indignant
that he would have to get out of the WHEN CONSTIPATIOMmakesyotifeelpuni
there; is food, its production, its distribution letters from the wives of workers worth of help from Mr. Dies!" .
humid climate of Washington imme- as the dickens,brings on stomach upset,
diately, if he wanted to live. Yieid- rationing and prices.It who wrote that their husbands were How come the Dept. of Justicedoesn't sour taste, gassy discomfort, take Dr.
ing to pressure, he went to Saranac, takes a keen eye to see where paid to loaf. And Senator Wheeler go after Joe Kamp for put- Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly pull
N. Y., and submitted himself to a merit ends and politics begins. made similar charges and recalled ting out pamphlets- titled: "Dep't of the trigger on lazy"innards",and help you
Justice-From' Secret Files of feel bright chipper again.
rigid discipline during most of" the When Senator Wheeler, fathering that Senator Truman and his
the FBI"? Isn't the use of theDep't DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna
past summer. ; deferment of draft for pre-Pearl doughty investigators had found a
of Justice laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsinto
? Thereis
Quezon led the life of an invalid, Harbor fathers, said the defeat of his lot of hoarding of labor with (as a Presidential name order illegal that make it so easy to take. .
sitting in the sunshine in a wheel I measure would be a blow at morale Wheeler put it) "employees fallingover saying MANY DOCTORS
the FBI secret not use pepsin preparationsin
reports are so
chair, listening to the radio, or to and the nation's children, there was each other" and being paid even Congressional committees prescriptions to make the medicine more
his nurses as they read to him. Re- no reason to believe that he was in- for on the cost-plus basis. them. may palatable and agreeable to take.So be sure

sult of this regime was that the tuberculosis sincere. Certainly there was no in- Testimony before congress had in- see your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin.

was arrested, and Quezon sincerity about the army and navy sisted that there, were no' cost-plus INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL's-the favoriteof
gained 12 pounds. heads who opposed the measure, explaining contracts under which labor hoard- War Correspondent Robert Caseyhis millions for SO years,and feel that whole-
When the Japs heard of his relapse that there were just so ing would be profitable.' ( last book was ,"Torpedo Junc- some relief from constipation.Even finicky .
children love it. Caution take
: only
they were ready to to the men of fighting and tion" invited as
say many age That was when Vandenberg arose ) was by the navy to doa directed on the label.
people of the Philippines, where physique and that 'a certain job had and waved the Baruch report whichhe book about submarine warfare .
Quezon .is still highly popular: to be done.
had demanded and finally received After three months with our undersea -
"Look, is the" ,skeleton you pin But to a reporter who has been from Mr. Byrnes.Mr. fighters, Casey submitted the
your hopes to. reporting the doings of mice and manuscript. The navy censors
But today Quezon is back on his men for more than a quarter of a Vandenberg read Mr. Baruch's deleted nearly 40 per cent of it LAXATIVECONTAINED
feet and back at his desk still hopingto words on the subject of cost-
century, I could not help suspectingsome Casey was so infuriated he refusedto
,realize his one great ambition, to of the folk who battled over plus: permit the expurgated documentto IN SYRUP PEPSIN

see U. S. and Philippine forces this legislation. What a juicy mor- "The government pays all the be published. Shortly after,
march into Manila. sel it was for the vote-getter! True, costs, whatever they are. Since the the U. S. asked the star reporter to

S the Wheeler bill aimed to exempt government is footing the bill, thereis do another: job "On one condi- Grog for Sailors

.: SEVEN. MINUTES TO WAR'd those who with no foreknowledge no incentive for the manufacturers tion," he said, "that I am assigned For almost 200 years, the Brit-

Every day now, pictures are ar- war, produced families without a economize. in the use of ma- where there 'are no American cen- ish navy has issued, a drink of.

riving in a little room in Washington thought that. babies, to quote the terial facilities or labor. More sors!" Casey is now abroad grog, two ounces of rum with four
which seven minutes before ancient wheeze, like weatherstrips, workers are hired than needed. getting the facts without "editing.," ounces of 'water,. to its seamen

were in Algiers, 3,400 miles away. could keep them out of the draft. Workers stand idle-it costs the every 'day at noon.

One day, just ,after the landing in But what about other fathers, quiteas manufacturer" nothing. Much laboris New York Melodrama: In the Mu-

Italy, 41 pictures came through the Pearl Harborish in their pater- wasted. tual Radio Theater on 52nd St. the
air and landed safely on top of the nity whose offspring sprang after the other night the solicitation from the FOR QUICK RELIEF

Pentagon building, in a little room deadline, simply because time or opportunity Political BreezesThis stage (for broadcast spectatbrs)

marked "Confidential-Keep Out." had lingered? \ is only one item in the long failed to arouse one citizen to buy a

Inside that room is a little ma- President's Views and forthright document which has bond or stamp. After what seemed A Soothing S A LV E
chine not as big as a typewriter, had considerable publicity. Perhapsit like ages and still no bond sales, a ANTISEPTICUsed
with a'little cylinder on it. The cylinder There was no doubt what the Presi- might have been neglected if it sailor yelled from the balcony He : by thousands with satisfactory Fe*

spins around, exposing a negative dent thought when he talked about had not been blown into the public's rushed down to the stage From cults. for Get 40 Carboil years-at six drug::: valuable stores or ingredients. writo-

,to dots and dashes of light, and men with children who were doingno face by the political breezes stirredup his blouse he took a single crumpled Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tena.

after seven minutes, the exposure is useful thing and who might, if by Mr. Vandenberg. Perhaps Mr. dollar Announcing it was his

complete. From there on, it's mere- they wished immunity from military Vandenberg might not have gen- last dollar, he bought stamps withit

ly a matter of developing the nega- service, easily get into a war indus- erated those breezes if Mr. Baruch Then with a defiant air, he
tive, and the U, S. 'public has a picture try. They, one opponent of the had not been pretty critical of government licked the stamps and pasted all of Relief At last

'of the landings in Italy, or the Wheeler bill said, were told that they agencies that competed for them on the stage Then he
surrender of the Italian fleet. had no responsibility in the war .effort power; 'perhaps Mr.' Baruch would left-head high-with a glare'of con-
And ditto for the South Pacific. Its at,home or at the front. not have been so frank if he had tempt at the audience You for Your CoughCreomuIsion

farther away, but the seven min- Of course, this argument would not thought that, as he requested could have heard their blushes drop

ute requirement still holds. Froman not, hold if the National Service act, the report was not for publicationMr. for the next few minutes After relieves promptly because -

unmentionable post in Australia, that nightmare of politicians, were Byrnes, when he,sent the doc that, 950 people rushed to the stag it goes right to the seat of the
the dots of light flash into the little passed., The army wants it, Senator ument to "Dear Van" at the latter's to buy theirs Hmf! trouble to help loosen and expel
room, and you have a picture of Austin and Representative Wads- insistence, said that it was not in- germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
General MacArthur flying in a worth who introduced it, and their tended for other than private use The White House phone numberis bronchial mucous mem-

bomber over. \New Guinea. followers want" it-the White House but that it was "a splendid argu National 1414 The Troika branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa

The pictures may have been taken has never spoken but of late is ment in favor of action taken by the night spot in 'the Capital 4141 bottle of Creomulsion must like with the the understanding it-

by ,any one 'of the four photo syndi- silent when it is "said to be willing." War Mobilization committee" (in regard I The cafe's exploiter in New York quickly allays you the cough or you way are

cates-Acme: AP, INP, or Life-or Now, politics, long before the election to the labor situation on the phoned the Troika. He; absentmindedly to have your money back.'CREO'MUlSrON.
they may have been taken by the winds started blowing, has West coast) and he requested that it asked for National 1414. When

Army Signal service., ,In any case, dulled men's minds on that subject. be placed in the Congressional Rec the Washington voice said hello, thep.
they can be telephotoed only by the Manpower Commissioner McNutt ord, which it was. a. shouted, "Well, we got in the For Coughs,Chest,Colds,Bronchitis

official airwaves. has been willing but not emphatic. And so there it was for all to see papers today."
What would be a highly expensive Perhaps read the with Mr. Baruch presumably' still ,
you never contents "Really!" retorted the White Words in ReverseIn
daily transmission cost for the photo of a recent statement issued the best of democratic pals but also .
House operator.uDon't we ,usually the language of a sect of people
agencies' is thus fully borne by the through the Office of 'War Information the severest of critics, lambasting ?"
in the Caucasus, daddy means
war department. Officials justify the
from the Manpower commis- jealous government agencies and
cost in terms of keeping the public sion. I have treasured it and want calling manufacturers "manufactur mother and mama means father.

abreast of the war-in fact, only sev to quote its first sentences: ers" and not "productive establish A State Dep't source insists that. \

en 'minutes away from the war.MERRYGOROUND "Better utilization of our workforce merits" and apologizing for nobody. the facts ,are absolutely correct .
It seems that just before the recent
business bureaucrats.
men or
is the of
primary means get- blowup in Denmark, the Nazis had
the needed Thus the political breezes blow
ting manpower to supply ,
to King Christian and told him I I
Ex-Congressman Joe Casey of :sometimes in direction gone
productive establishments of the na- I one some-
wanted the Nuremberg put
Massachusetts, now doing"various tion." '(You and I' ;can 'understand times in another, though, of course, 4 1 : yw
Denmark ,. "But
into effect Y
,'.,.; inside jobs 'for the White House, recently that; despite the fine four and five- in, election years the "outs" usually the King protested, "I can't" do it.
i made a political of blow the loudest. the
survey syllable derivatives.) They are "
:" New England, reported that Maine "Labor in prosecuting attorney, and the "ins"are Those laws are barbaric!,
was so strong for Roosevelt's war reserves shortage areas the defense. "Don't 'be 'a fool," said 'the Nazis.
,. poicies.that the only Republican have been exhausted and the com- "Those laws are only designed to
mon lack of community services and However, there is this satisfaction, "
the Jews
who could beat him
was Wendell facilities in such areas usually blow where it' will, it is an ill wind oppress
Willkie .. Admiral Danish constitu-
> Standley, "Examine the
makes it impossible or undesirableto that blows nobody good.
U. S. ambassador to Russia, has tion," said the King coldly. "You
: bring in workers. Also .
more (
cleared with the state department a will see that my official title is 'Kingof
quite understandable, on a little
significant speech in which, after All the Danes!' "
Diary of BroadcasterThe
thought, but would it make you rush a
praising Russian victories plus those th
of England and the United States, out and hunt for a defense job?) other day, at the President's +
"Where usual and radio conference I Vignette of a Patriot: She's a lit-
he says: "A victory for one is there has been rapid mobilization press ,
victory for all" Highly inflammatory a- of manpower, utilization is was interrupted, for Fala, the Presi- tle old Jewish lady of about 65 .' GOOD-TASTING TONIC

remarks in Negro newspa- not always at its highest level. Thisis dent's scotty, walked out betweenthe She was inspecting the Coney Island Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion contains

pers, some of them close to sedition not necessarily a reflection on em forest of legs and made one of garbage cans, with a stick in one natural A and D Vitamins often neededto

are being studied by the army ., ployers. When a plant has expanded the most thorough trouser-cuff in- hand and a big bag in the other help build stamina and resistance to
Lew Douglas, war shipping administrator its labor force several times, examples spections I had ever seen. She looks for tins that house- colds and minor ills. Helps build strong
wives neglect to save for salvage bones and sound teeth,too I Give good-
of ineffective
,, was personally thanked by use of manpower Unfortunately, I had on one of
of her (all] tasting Scott's daily the year-round!
Three grandsons ,
the President for the job he did in are certain to follow. those liberty suits with no cuffs so
helping to smooth British and Amer- There is a careful exposition of he started to pass me by and I had college graduates) are at the fighting her Recommended by Many DoctorsWashington

ican general staff feelings at the situation for you! Now what to engage him in conversation to get fronts A neighbor saw
"You won't
at one can
Quebec. There have been some could the man who wrote that be his attention at all. pecking said "all the / o
find there, ,
very vigorous differences between running for? Somewhere where' What he said was not to be at- folks any in this house save their cans"
them, and thanks partly to Douglas, there were a lot of toes to be steppedon tributed-I can only say that I the reply ,
"Maybe, was -25:
things were smoothed out consid it would seem, for he certainlywas learned from authoritative Scotch she kept prodding the garbage.
erably at Quebec. pussyfooting among the poly- circles that the newspaper and radio "somebody forgot."
svllabics. fraternity displayed a lot of scents I




/ As Young Ladies Do, ) 1 _
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@ rP. ,,. :
This One Had Her ChoiceThe m ,
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manager of a business firm

who was a widower had noticed

that his son seemed rather in-
terested in his pretty secretary.The Do not wash eggs. Washing destroys When babies shoes become dangerously -

the protective film that slippery, sandpaper the
young man had only recently -
e 8 keeps out air and
sun. soles to
a prevent falling.
entered the firm, and the boy'sfather nn
did not care for the pros-, *
pect of an early engagement. He Never add soda when cooking A dustless dustcloth may be

determined to speak to the young, vegetables, because it destroys made by pouring one tablespoonof

. man, but was forestalled by, the1' 'r those precious vitamins, Bl and C. furniture polish into a glass fruit

girl, who entered his office and announced pt Cook vegetables quickly and they jar and shaking jar until polish' is
will retain their bright color. well coated on sides of
z y'f:;' that the son had proposed jar. Put
t .:ir'; and that she had accepted him. into jar a yard of clean cheese-

::ri 3X:,.: "Well, I think you might have For safe storing, mattresses cloth, cover jar, and let cloth re-

t1 1' ': seen me first," said the parent,! should be covered, then hung or main in it for two or three days.
: placed on a flat surface with no *
{,: ,;_, tersely.,
:: ; more than one mattress on top of A cork when
;ii..":,:..' "I did," she replied, "but I preferred another in soaked in hot water,
a dry wellventilatedspace.
iit".., .\ your son." -even if it is a little too large]
: will fit a bottle readily.


OF 2 r3k :. Q/p 1C b3 r t Crocheted
S KIN LI lOu: > jai y n.s ? Y Slippers "REGULAR" AGAIN 1 :

acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve AFTER 2 WEEKS !
miseries with simple home treatment. > ,
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids \
healing works the antiseptic way. the it ;
Black and White Ointment only as directed. -
.lOc.25c.50c sizes.25 years success. "Cereal Brought Relief from

:' Money-back cleansing is good guarantee.swap. Enjoy its' Vital famous la ;Long Siege of Purgatives!1"

Black and White Skin Soap dally.
; : ',;
' ", ",.
1ftP.J.I"> Here's a sincere, unsolicited letter
;,-: every disappointed ."dose ',

I M} ;:' For ONLY 1 01 Now ,will"I was want a sufferer to read from: common consti

pation. Took pills or medicines of some
Less thana kind but got no lasting relief. Finally I
: ', tried KELLOGG'S: ALIrBRAN. Have
,1 (., I Bring Out Bean Pots for.Guest Dinners! I been eating it about 2 weeks now, and
have stopped taking pills and
(See Recipe Below) things. My
yjkITeHep1er bowels move regularly every day. I am a
( KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN eater from DOW'oni"
0' Company Nights 1>Ir. Burl Brown, Warren Ark.
Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu
'fe How do scientists explain
You may be on a strict ration {v. l1l tle-acting, amazing relief, so familiar -
i ii a dose budget, but it isn't necessary to ration Home-Baked Beans \ to thousands? Simply thus:
Use only as directed. t" hospitality if Boston Brown Bread Sandwiches Lack of certain cellulosic elementsin

.! you plan the food Lettuce, Carrot, Tomato, 9 Rfrir the diet is a common cause of_
(tI- and entertainment Onion Salad > constipation. KELLOGG'S
9 g wisely. Food Fruit Ambrosia Coffee ALL-BRAN is one of Nature's
(,a__, ( richest sources of these elements

"\e ... and pleasant shared conversation Recipe Given which help the intestinal flora
lighten and fluff up the contentsof
with friends make the colon, for easy, natural
-, Unions Control Prices I the long, cool Individual bean pots make serv- elimination. Not a purgative, that

"' In Russia, the labor unions are I nights, and work- ing simpler. The beans may be robs the system of water. Not
:.- '" empowered, for the duration, to filled days easier baked in small pots', or, if desired, "roughage" that acts by"sweepingyou

i.s.' :, supervise the control and enforce- to share. Plan soon to have some- baked in a large pot, ladled out into 1Na out"! ALL-BRAN is a gentle-

;:. '" ment of ceiling prices so they maybe one over for you can do it with to- small pots before serving. acting, "regulating" food!

i ry;; ';" held in line with wages that day's recipes without stretching the Relax your taut nerves and forgetwar Eat KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN
!,, ',"', ',: will maintain the living standards ration or budget book out of joint. worries by serving a delicious 4}. regularly.' Drink plenty of water:
S See if it doesn't give you the relief
?R:!t of the workers. Dishes should be hearty enough to decaffeinated coffee-hot or cold. If you've dreamed of. Insist on gen-

satisfy any man-sized appetites you making the, coffee in a percolator, uine ALL-BRAN, made only by;
encounter, but pretty enough to it needs slightly longer to bring out Kellogg's in Battle Creek.

lit. draw compliments, too. Have things the full, rich'coffee flavor.

IJlPlJiflJiliT easy to fix so that you can have Boston brown bread is the tradi-

plenty of time to take part in the tional accompaniment for baked GET

social ,activities of the evening. beans. Slice it very thin, spread AFTER RHEUMATIC PAINWith

FOR GROWERS OF Enlist the help of the children insetting with butter or cream, cheese, which- a Hidlclnt that will Prom Itiilf
327 ,. .
up the tables, polishing silverware ever suits your palate best. ; If you suffer from rheumatic painor

VETCH, WINTER and glasses. They'll like, Another dish worthy of consideration RIGHT "in step" with the times muscular aches,buy C-2223 todayfor
real pain-relieving: help. 60c, $L
doing it and it will ease the load on on cool nights for entertainingis crocheted footwear. It's Caution: Use only as directed. First

, PEAS, CLOVERSHere this ground meat pie-that serves economical to make (the soles are bottle purchase price refunded by

from you.Baked beans are grand for fall six with just a pound of meat: crocheted of rags) it's quickto druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223.
are typical
farmers who inoculate reports legumes with entertaining and they ,really make Hamburger Pie. do and it launders per-

NITRAGIN: those points go a long way. They (Serves 6) fectly. Make the scuffs for bed-
the need for hearti- room slippers the open-toe style
"My Austrian peas inoculated with certainly answer 1 medium-sized onion chopped ;
stand to satisfy appetites fanned by for play shoes.
NITRAGIN were a good grewt ness 1 pound ground beef
fast and made a good yield. the coolness in the air, and when ,.. *
Salt and
The uninoculated side of the served in attractive casseroles with pepper Pattern 327 contains directions for the
field made growth and 2/ cups green beans slippers in small, medium, large size;
poor table background, they answer
stitches list of materials.
1 can condensed tomato ;
was yellow! all season. soup
the requirement.
"I always inoculate vetch, beauty 5 medium-sized,potatoes, cooked
If make the beans yourself, Sewing Circle Needlecraft
clover's and with NITRAGIN.It you Yz cup warm milk Dept.
peas 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, ni.
is mighty cheap crop insurance." a little pork goes a long way when it 1 beaten egg
travels with other such savory foodsas Salt and Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
neighbor tells me pepper cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.
the difference of no mustard, molasses, brown sugar,
and a successful crop." hi' tomato sauce and vinegar. Brown onion in hot fat; add milk ..............

:' "I increased peanut Home Baked Beans. and and seasonings.soup. Pour into Brown.a greased Add beans cas- Name ......!........................ Get Your War Bonds *

10 bushels per acre." Serves 6 to 8)' milk Address .............................
( serole. Mash potatoes, add To Help Ax the Axis
It costs only about 15c an acre and
takes only a few minutes to inoculate 2 cups navy beans egg and seasonings. Spoon in
legume seed with NITRAGINtheoldest }i pound fat salt pork mounds over meat. Bake in a mod-

,most widely used inoculant for 1/ teaspoons salty erate oven (350 degrees) 30 minutes.A .

all legumes. Get it from your' seed cup brown sugar waffle supper is another way of

supplier, just ask for NITRAGIN. teaspoon dry mustard ,entertaining which can be inexpensive -
rHE"ITRAGIM CO.,21U H BOOTH ST.MILWflUKEEWIJ. 2 tablespoons molasses and consume a WAIfSIME!

1 small onion, quartered only a few points. !
FREE Vz cup catsup, if desired There are loadsof rwnSEO fO,"

BookletsHow Wash beans. Cover with water things to dpwith I fLEISC MANN

to grow and soak ,..them overnight. Cookslowly waffles for main-either & HEW EDItiON OF fAMOUS fREE 10 YOu#I

:, better kgumes. until the READY
skins burst or until course or des CIPE BOOK NOW

Write today just tender. ,waffles serts. Make and plain serve them with :. -L-; ::

Drain, reserving
liquor. Place half creamed chicken or leftover veal r,

Cologne Cathedral the beans in bean creamed lvith mushrooms. For desserts

:" The cathedral at Cologne took pot or casserole. try them with berries or fruitor t + \ SNOW

m; nearly 600 years to complete.a7 Bury a slice of a combination of ice cream and

,", pork in beans and fruit or berries. j-i V i BISCUITS,

slice in Here's a dish fortified with grated P '
another $ ti'I' .. FOtESTOEUCIOUS
cheese and another protein food
the remaining ingredients. Add re- ,
e maining beans and seasonings. Place eggs:

remaining salt pork over the top. Baked Eggs on Spaghetti.

==OUR=_ Cover with bean liquor. Cover and X (Serves 8) V IPt
I Cap-Bruih"Applcator! <
JUST A moleej-BUCKUAFW:I bake in a slow oven (250 to 300 degrees IVs cups spaghetti 1 C

DAH IN FEATHERS.. CO MUCH FAATMtt ) 6 to 8 hours. If necessary, 2 tablespoons butter or substitute

add more liquid. 4 tablespoons flour

i 1 teaspoon salt

i 2 cups milk:

1 cup American-style grated cheese
Lynn Says: 8 eggs '

Buttered crumbs
Point Savers: Discarding left- Vitp 1.;
Cook spaghetti in 4 quarts boiling t
overs is waste, for they can
water until tender. Drain.
1 j I make many a meal, and a nice salted SUGAR
Add melted butter. Add flour and
j one. Use leftover meats or poul-
salt mixed thoroughly. Pour in milk SAVING
I try and a combination of vegeta-
: Cook stirring constantly
gradually. -
bles, ,and tuck that under a flaky
until thick. Add cheese and blend.
pie-crust for a wonderful meat F& & Editionof
[ Mix with spaghetti. Pour into shal- & The New Wartime
saver. Remember pie crust is Fleischmann's "Bread Basket. s
! packed with energy value becauseof low, greased baking dish. Break Entire section on wartime: cooking
I the shortening.Try eggs onto spaghetti, sprinkle with problems. Economical, rationpointsavers.
Ii i crumbs and salt. Bake ina
buttered breads, sugar-
.. high quality shortening for Quick, easy
! ) about 30 made with
slow oven (300 degrees saving dessert ideas. All
It is fresh and
making pastry.
f minutes ,or until eggs are cooked. Fleischmann'syeow7abeYeasttheonly
sweet, doesn't have to be kept in fresh yeast with both Vitamins >>
'. I" the refrigerator and is of a nice time ? well as the Vitamin B
Are you having a stretching meats A and D, as
I, texture to blend with flour. Write to Miss Lynn Chambers for practical Complex besides.; Write Standard r ;
To roll pie dough thin, cover help, at Western Newspaper Union, 210 s Brands Inc.,Gra"nd Central Annex; ., c \

Get Into I'f board with a heavy muslin, and South Desplaines Street,Chicago,Ill. Don't Box 477 New York,N.Y. *
: : rolling pin with a child's white forget to enclose a stamped, self.addressed >TV v

,' re-: Full Victory! sock. envelope for your reply. lll
Released by'Western Newspaper Union.


harder. It is I removed, used tractors will ..
Clewiston News ian instructor's job is RATIONING probably -
I up to him to solo his green students move from the dealers' stocks 'Srnoak DescribesContinued -

-many of whom have never bees CALENDARFrom I : ) -

Published every Friday In Clewlston in an airplane-within 12 hours and Truck Tire Recapping I ( from Page 1)

TDC.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, to teach them how to fly with pre- ( Jacksonville OPA Office) Amendment to ration order 1-AJ season will be Dec. 1 to Dec. 30, with
cision in 60. effective October 4, enables
I hunting prohibited
He has an added responsibility Blue] Stamps, Processed FoodsUV pers of truck tires to acquire recap-I. on Mondays and

KEATHI.EY BOWDEN, Editor since he gets the student from the and W expire October 8; X, Y ditional stocks of grade A camel-ad-//, Tuesdays except in the third district, \'..',
beginning. Jle separates the wheat and Z expire November 20. back by applying to the OPA dis- where shooting is' permitted every '

Ed as second class mall matter from the chaff, determines who will Brown Stamps, Boo kThree, Meats trict office. These additional stocks day throughout 'the season. -
February 1, 1927, at the Test Office inClewiston be eliminated In the first few hours Oils-C valid September 26, expires -
to make
are for
Florida, under the Act of I up reductions re- Daily bag limits were fixed by the
March 3, 1897.Sub..crlptlon and who will go on to become Air I Oct. 30; D valid October 3, ex- sulting from recent reclassification State Game
Forces pilots. pires Oct. 30; E valid October 10, of types of camelback and Fresh Water Fish

He therefore, must be a specialist expires Oct. 30; F valid October 17, commission as follows: Buck deer,
Rote *2.0O Per "i"ear..A.dvertlllling I
of the first order. An instructor, expires Oct. 30 ; G valid October 24, Want New Tires? l one (two for season) ; wild turkey,
Rates On Application. a phychologist salesman in one- 4.
expires two (five for :
) ; quail, 15 (200
\ If you expect to get new tires I ; '
and he is. Sugar Stamps No. 14, five for season) ; marsh hen, 20 (200
The civilian instructor is like an October 31 Nos. 15, make use of the I
Devoted to the advancement and wel- pounds ,"expires ; recapping serviceas I for season) ; squirrel, 15 (200 for-

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. ace jockey, experienced enough to 16: canning, expire October 31. long as your tire casings will season) ; geese, two; duck, 10 including -
teach the kid brother how to ride an Shoe Stamps-Airplane No.1, hold up. No motorist will auto-
one wood duck
I three redheads -
old nag, in preparation for the big 'Book 3, valid Nov. 1; Stamp 18, matically get new tires just because and buffleheads, :
race and patient enough to 'stand at Book 1, valid indefinitely. his ,old ones are ,worn out and his the aggregate; coot, 25, and or dove in-,
NATIONAL EDITORIAL the edge of the race track and see the Tires-Persons entitled to 601 gas rations entitle him to drive more 10. .

m iSSOGATION kid come in on a fast winner. He miles per month gas rations eligible than 601 miles a month. Local The open season for taking fur-' "

would rather ride the winner him- for Grade 1 tire. boards will inspect an applicant'stire bearing animals has been fixed 0

I I self. But there are too many races I' Gas-No. 6, Book A, good for 3 record to see if he has made use the commission at Dec. 10 to March by

these days with life and death in the gallons, expires November 8. No. of the recapping service before 11 of each year. Alligators may be'

balance. As jockey he could win 'A-8 in new book, good for 3 gal- granting new tires. The recapping taken from June 1, of one year to- 0

only one race at a time. As trainer lons, valid Nov. 9. service is designed to make the na-J Feb. 28 of the succeeding year. .

...................... .. he can put winners in all the Value of B and C coupons reducedto tion's scanty stock of
(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : :o.: :":":":" new '
races at once. two gallons. stretch as far as possible. Casingswill I Farm .

So he stays in the background. Fuel Oil-No. 5, old series, expires stand two and even three recaps Equipment- '

RAMBLINGS You Must Back Him October 15; No.1, new series, expires .

It is not enough that the War Department February .2, 1944. I
By B. B. and the draft boards have I I New Tire Schedule (Continued from Page 1)

(..:..:o.o.There.:..:..:.:": :":":":": :":":":":":":". decided by mutual agreement that New Care I I A book holders, and B book hold- late in November.. Twelve other --- .
the civilian instructor is in his right Car dealers must sell new automobiles ers with ration of less than 240 I items will be rationed on a state 'J.

is an increasing "Why I place. This fact alone will not make i on a first-come, first serv- miles a month, are entitled to recapping basis only. New rationing. certifi-
in uniform" feeling 'him want to stay. He should have ed basis to anyone with a ration only. No certificates cates will be used after ,December lr
you re-'
the nation, and although -"the wholehearted backing of the certificate, effective October 9. The quired.B when all old certificates will become
spreading over
there be instances people for doing a tough and thank- ruling was issued because some book holders invalid. Until November 30 farm- ,,
may with rations of
ers will follow the same plan they
less assignment. dealers were to sell
refusing cars
where the resentment is justified, more than 241 miles a month andC
fortunately few., Practically When the Air Forces is doing c except to persons with trade-in machines book holders now use getting rationed equip-
they are up to 40 coupons or
magnificent job-as it has done to.j and others were holding to
nobody has the luxury of a uselessor 600 miles are entitled to No. 3 tires.
easy job these days. We are all date-certainly the civilians responsible their stock of new cars because of the Only drivers now entitled to No. Items to be included in county ,
I for shaping the pilot's entire monthly allowance for storage and quotas, against 'which county war
doing our job (and usually part of I 1 tires are C book holders with at : i I.,
career, by starting him down the boards can issue purchase certifi-
the other fellow's job, too) back maintenance which dealers receive. least 41 coupons or more than 601
home and under handicaps of war-I right track, should rate nothing less ]I I The new regulation prohibits the miles a month.Columnists cates, include grain drills, manure

time shortages, of materials, transportation : than the heartiest congratulations, dealer from requiring a trade-in and spreaders, combines, power sprayers .

and labor. Nowhere is a good' handshake and a pat on the prevents' him from receiving main- potato planters, diggers, pickers ,

aren't in uniform" 'back. tenance fees from the date of his and ,paragraphers have and graders, tractors, mowers,. .
the "Why you been
having fun
feeling more unjustified than when I refusal to sell a car to a certificate gubernatorial with prospective side-delivery rakes, hay balers and
candidates. They are corn planters and pickers. The 12
,applied to the civilian pilots who are IN :N N N NN N NN NONN NNNNNNN:N N:..:.N holder. referring to "Dewey or DYE" of items to be rationed on a state basis

doing transporting and training I Bradenton, and now are asking if include irrigation garden '
Used Cars pumps
jobs that are vital,-very, very Vie I Senator
tal-to the war effort. Too Late To Failure of used car dealers and "Cracker"GRAHAM: of Miami is a tractors, milking machines, farm

Here near Riddle' Field, we have Classify motorists to transfer tire inspection GREEN" and how much' "Long milk coolers, feed grinders, and
will be bet
a great many civilian pilots. We By RUSSELL KAY! I records at the time used cars are on Lex. others.I .

hope and believe that there is littleof I sold is causing much needless delay

the "Why aren't you in uniform" ..................... .... ... ..... .. ..... I and trouble in obtaining gas rations ....................................... .
... ..
: : : : : : : : : : :,: :,: : : : : : : : : :.: : ) I i for the cars. This condition exists . . .":":":":":":":":":":":":":":.. :":":" -:":":":":":":":..: :..:..:..:..: :..:..:.: :
feeling directed towards them. 'I I .
But because of their presence, and The political pot really began to throughout the state and is a source '+'

because of the fact that an un- bubble last week when West Flor-lof many complaints from ration I y

thinking' few may have that feeling, ida's Millard Caldwell tossed his boards. When car dealers fail to t

we',are glad to find and reprint this sombrero into'the gubernatorial ring secure the tire record from former : Let Us : ..: :
owners, ration boards are reluctantto :; :
Credit is
article "Credit Where and South Florida came forth with .. ,,: .:.
prepare new records based on ; : :
Due, from the Embry-Riddle FlyPaper I Ernest Graham.

: I Caldwell, former congressman and mere statements_ that the tire record I You With j}; ; t

Civilian flying instructors whop ur into United States cities from i ability. He knows his only safe course for persons buying : : _
way I : ; ,1"s
Air Forces Training Detachmentsare I around in the political arena and as used cars to follow is to demand the : :

taking one of the hardest beat- a former colleague of Lex Green, tire. inspection record. :: .. '. :;:

ings of the War. can talk with authority about what .. .
With the demand to throw every- the Gentleman from Starke did or Tires :;: :..' ;; L ::

thing into the fight, ,not tomorrow, did not do on certain occasions. \ Florida motorists will fpel the effects WINDOW CARDS V
but now, civilian instructors wEb : of the increasingly serious tire ; >
Respected, not only in his I -.'
own :: :
teach Army pilots at primary schools |shortage during the coming months. ; ': :
district but throughout the State, i .. .
must do more and more work, more Caldwell may be counted a real i,|In line with other reductions in :;: RULED FORMS 1:.,; :i:"
and more efficiently in less and less I .,
time. contender, and his entry in the race Flor-ida's'I' :;: :>, : ,::

Ironically, they are getting fewer will do Green no good. passenger car tires was cut to 9,495. :;: LETTERHEADS ';' > ::
While Ernest Graham will bear
and fewer thanks. Only 9,146 Grade 3 tires and 9,386ne .;. :
the label "Miami," it will be less ofa ,. :,
Without Glory wtruck tires will be available this ;- .:.
handicap to him than it might be _; X ENVELOPES .: -
They wear no pilot's uniforms nor month. The allotment for farm f
; :;" ( : <. :
wings, though they make it possiblefor to others, for he looks and acts and tractors is 299 tires. ,

countless others to wear both. talks more like rural Florida I .'i._: ,,*:?: BILLHEADS .

Their glamor pales and will continueto north, south, east and west. As a : I ,1'{ : .: '
the fires which successful, practical farmer, with Used Tractor The i .< ; ; : :::
pale, as they are .
helping to build on the combat the smell of the dairy barn on his Used tractor and implement tires .:. ,;! ; '. HANDBILLS / .. :'

fronts and make their clothes and the muck of the fieldson removed from rationing on October : < <..
brighter /
grow 2 to the full of :: : \ y., f's'
jobs seem dull by contrast. his boots, he can talk to ruralists encourage use sup- ,., '-. ;.'.* ,
plies of farm service tires in vital TICKETS ..'
in a language they understand -;?j *>' t" ':
Every civilian instructor knows .
I food production. Farmers who ob- 's.
an interpreter. ,, ..
this. He would rather be in combat .s. ,. :.
tained certificate for a tire have preferred '. ..>
When, one stops to vision the three : ETC.
than where he ,is. Rather? He as a rule, to purchase a new ::: .' :>
candidates on the stump together, >
would LOVE to be in combat
flying I tire rather than a used one, but now >
fast ships, lapping up a little glory the picture presented is" intriguing: that rationing restrictions have beena
for himself. And ,he well might do Green, a beau brummel, in neat and I :IS.i= At a price surprisingly low'r.

just that, for he is one of the best natty attire, with flowing tie, side- ::: :!:
burns and the smooth
pilots in the world. suave, appealof hard worker, is certain to win
the professional politician will ,
Just a few things keep him from friends and influence voters on his ;
offer glowing promises designed to
going to combat; the Air Forces' appearance alone. His smile is captivating -, *
insistence sway the downtrodden, destitute and because it is real and not; .
that he stay where he is: hIP .
underprivileged.. The "Knights ofLabor"
his loyalty to the AAF; and the assumed In fact, there is nothing I .5.
will receive flowery tributes. '
knowledge that he can create 40 to assumed about him. The attire in f
The flag will be waved with vigoras yi
100 pilots whereas he himself con- which he confronts his audience in

stitutes only one. the boys "over there" are given Escambia, Lake or Union, is the same :i_
vivid assurances of care, comfort Quality PrintingPHONE f
he streetsof
wears unabashed the
That's his .
why temper and en- and employment. Generalities in ._,

durance and patience are taxed by generous measure will leave the downtown Miami. :
the general ignorance and lack of Like Caldwell, he'll be short on :: : .
spellbound audience adorned in !
appreciation of his essential rose promises, but those he makes, he'nl) .. k J .;
war colored glasses. A typical outdoor .. ..,
I ; ;
job. "Fireside Chat." mean and he'll carry ,out, come hell I ..'
or high water, for he's that kind ofa 's' ;Y,',
An ?
can throttle
From the back of the platform man. He won't pussy-foot or beat V y
back his temper a hundred times a
will then arise a lengthy-legged about the bush. He hits straight V
day as a new cadet bangs him in fora :: ::.
lawyer. Modestly attired, dignified, from the shoulder and he hits hard. ; 39
rough landing or dunks him up- quiet, even a bit reserved. Slowly Because of that characteristic he has .
side down in the ozone 3,000 feet ::
above the earth is anjl impressively, without liarran- )failed to please some folks, but he : OUR REPRESENTATIVE :
always under
I gue or bluster, he will talk straight has plenty of friends and supporterswho f y's
terrific I .
nervous strain.
Somethingsnaps from the shoulder. His promises, if will back him and stick with :: : ,
sees purple when some-
any, will be few-and certain of him and not ask "What's in it for ,
one asks" : "Why are you on reserve fulfilment. He will give his listeners ME?" .. 'i
plenty to ponder over and think Well, there you have the pictureas I '' .

This question demands straight, about, but there, will be little com- I see it. I have known all three :: ,: .: ::

quick answers, and here they are: fort 'offered those who ."'
seek more of the candidates for many years, ,
The civilian flying instructor has "rocking chair" money, political ad- like them all and admire certain :;: LET US ESTIMATE ON \ ::o

been placed on reserve status and vantage, or less work and more pay. qualities in each of them. .s. .. I .:..

kept at his post because he is do- I While not loud, the talk will be The coming race should be one of :;: YOUR NEXT ORDER '.:. .:!:

ing a more important war job there forceful and impressive, as is the the most interesting and impressivein ?
than he 'possibly could do anywhereelse man who makes ifc Millard Cald- '
I years and if there ever was a time ?
in the world. .
well.The when the voters should consider and I L- I:> \
Civilian primary schools are under -'" man from Miami should provea weigh their action, it is the present. .. t

Air Forces contract, are pro- delightful and pleasing disappointment There will be other candidates, of ,. I : ..::..

ducing Air Forces fliers. The civil- to those who expect him to appear course, and the picture may change I b,s .. .?... .

ian instructors who, work at these in white flannel trousers, two- later on, but at the moment these ..s.. ...i"..

schools' are doing exactly the same toned shoes and a sports coat. Heavyset three men hodl the spotlight and, .;. The Clewiston News <;

job that Army instructors are doingat with a shock of busy gray hair, none of them can be discounted. x '

other schools.. Senator Graham, in a not too well. The GREEN light no longer shines I

A Great Task |pressed'suit, a shirt loose at the alone; the warning light is lit and ..!. f .

Almost the same job. The civil- throat and the look of a he-man and 11 I traffic awaits the next signal. G-(.:.:+:.. ......:oo.xoo: <<......:<<.:..:.: :...x.HPAGE )(**'X CH- -<< 5 C


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I Durrence, Jennings Ezelle, Lamar Book Reviews !committee. i I and to encourage housewives ant

McLendon, Benny, David, Matthew, I It is the desire of the, committee I others not now employed to take:
John and Jerry Prewitt, Boyd Vor- to work in harmony with state and such employment during the. season

r Personals II IIMr. hees, Bobby, John and Georgia New books in Clewiston Public Li- federal agencies and the effort dur- as a patriotic contribution to the

Weetman, Billie Sue Crow, Lief brary-reviewed by' 'Mrs. W. Dean ing the war period would be designed war effort.

Johnson, Nancy Bolton, Christine King chairman: primarily to keep Florida in the

Hutson, Allen Lingham, Sydney I AM THINKING' OF MY DARLINGBy 'mind of the American'public with a Urges Recognition Of
Louise Peeples Marjorie and Warren Vincent McHughA more extensive program to '
and Mrs. A. E. Oliver were
I,I ,Brown. strange affliction has hit New the end of hostilities. fOllOW'1
visitors Friday in Fort Myers. White Walking Cane
j I York City. It appears to be a pe- Considerable time was

Crawfordwere BILLIE SUE CROW CELEBRATES culiar and gay epidemic, whose effectis the matter of financing such a pro
Mr. and Mrs., R. H.
1 BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY to dissolve the inhibitions of its I gram. Various suggestions were
visitors in Fort Myers TAMPA
business I Oct. 13-FNS) The-
I victims like sugar in an oldfashioned. advanced, all of which will be given

Friday. Mis. George E. Crow entertained It is a disease that makes the full consideration. Florida Council for the Blind urges

Mrs. A. L. Moorman and baby son I a few playmates of her daughter, patient do exactly.what he or she Details will be worked out and a'' ,Florida communities to enact legislation -

have returned from a visit with 'Billie Sue, on the occasion of her wants to' do.Hundreds. plan prepared for presentation to for the protection of blind

relatives in Macon, Georgia. third birthday Wednesday. The I of thousands of New the Board of Directors of the State pedestrians, similar to that passedby
I party was held at the home of Mr.: Yorkers are seized with the not-too' Chamber at their fall meeting to be
the City of DeLand last week-
Mrs. T., B. Shelley is spending : and Mrs. Foy Durrence. unpleasant malady. The city's life held at Miami Beach in December.
several days this week visiting her Birthday cake and ice cream were is breaking down. I Members of the special advertising which would impose a fine of not

father, E. E. Kelly, and Mrs. Kelly.1 served to Martha Christine Hare, Jim Rowan, a New York City of- I committee are: J. Saxton, Lloyd, less than $5 or more than $100 ou

i Martha Jean Nowling, Glenda Sue ficial, finds all this out when he returns Daytona Beach; C. D. Davenport,I any motorist or pedestrian who failsto
and children from Washington. He finds I Tallahassee; Carl Hanton, Fort
Mrs. Luther Graham Etherton, Lyle Speers, Ronnie Wylie, take proper measures to safe-
spent the ,week end in LaBelle visit- I Bonnie Fay Durrence, Lovvorn Cur- that his actress wife has left him for Myers; Harold R. Davis, Miami guard a blind person carrying a white

ing Mr.; and Mrs. Alto Hires. 1 Irie, and Ronald Hare. ridiculous reasons, and that he has Beach; Earl W. Brown, DeLand; cane, symbol of blindness.The /
Mothers attending were Mrs. W. become, in effect, the acting Mayorof Edward Ball, Jacksonville; LeonardK.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thornton of I D. Wylie. Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mr?. the City. The epidemic which Thompson, Miami; J. L. Cart- ordinance also makes it' unlawful

Winter: Haven were visitors in Clew-, 1 R. C. Nowling and Mrs. Eddye' Cur- has seized New York is happiness, wright and Russell Kay, Tampa; ,for anyone but the blind to
iston over the week end. i rie. or something that has all the ear- Crawford Rainwater and Adrian E.Laneford. .I use or carry a white cane.
marks of it. Jim has the job of Pensacola.
Mrs. S. L. Crochet and Mrs. Ar- 1 I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tracking his wife down and at the Student Nurses are urgently need-,

thur Bong were business visitors in I H. C. Meador, Pastor I II same time trying to k'eep the city I Plans To Exhaust I III ed.. Encourage young girls of your
West Palm Beach Tuesday.
: running until controls for the fever acquaintance to join the U. S. Cadet

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward spent the I "If the blood of Christ is not on 1 can be found. '\ Local Supply ,Of Nurse Corps and relieve a trained
week end in St. Petersburg on busi- our hearts, it is on our head." I That, in highly sketchy terms, is II nurse for service with the armed

ness. Sunday School-9:45 a. m. I the general idea of this fantasy- Labor, Warns Kay forces. Inquire at' any hospital. v
Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. / story.I .
Mrs. G.,, M. Waters and children of j Training Union-6:15 p. m. AM THINKING OF MY DARLING -I I. -

DeSoto City spent Sunday at Ortona Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. should not be taken any more WINTER HAVEN, Oct. 13 -

with their son, Paul Waters, and i Special This Week! pur church I solemnly than a picnic lunch. It is (FNS-Citrus canners and rep-I Household Furnishings"

Mrs.: Waters. will be privileged to cooperate with a charming story and a quizzical resentatives of allied industries, for Sale. Phone 1 106-R.
II the Palm-Lake Association in a ,comedy on the theme of human hap- cluding manufacturers of cattle .

S. C.: Stalls and J. M. Couse of simultaneous Sunday School Train- piness meant for everyone who has feed, cans and containers, met here Mrs. Tyson.

Moore Haven attended the American ing School. We will have as ,our instructors 'ever felt that he might have more last week to set up a Polk County

Legion meeting 'at. the Clewiston Inn Mrs. J. V. Madden of Tampa fun if he were somebody else, if he
Tuesday, night. ]I' and Mrs. W. W. William of Jack- had somebody else's job or some- I-
!i sonville. body else's girl or somebody else's ation of their plants 'during the WANTED White elephants :-

J. R. Lee, of the gasoline panel, j Mrs. Madden will teach the Book I II money. coming season.

OPA; ,Jacksonville office, was in ,: "The school in which we teach." j! DESERT COUNTRY Meeting with the group were It for bingo prizes;

Clewiston this week in connection i 1 Mrs. William teaching the Book, By Edwin Corle W. Robnett, staet director of the for PTA Carnival. Please

with the rationing program.Sgt. j "When do teachers teach." They (American Folkways Books) U. S. Employment Service and C. C.

Wilbur McGehee .of Salt Lake I are both splendid books and we are Desert Country stretches from the Miller in charge of the Lakeland of- donate any unused items.
anticipating the best training school Mexican border to the ghost townsof
i fice of USES.
City is spending furlough in Clew-
iston ,with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. tin the history of our church. Nevada, from the Mojave to the Both officials pledged their full i at your house. If you; are
I Although you are not a Sunday Grand Canyon. This great basin includes -
,J. A. McGehee. cooperation in the program and not solicited during the
School teacher will find this to
you Death Valley and the Pana- offered helpful suggestions for

Edgar G. Hamilton, candidate for (I be a very profitable week spent with mint Valley. Desert Country, although handling recruits with the least_ p'os- next two weeks, call Mrs..
( these fine state workers. Of course broken by state lines still
district up sible' confusion and delay.
congress from the, new 6th ,
i tall our teachers and officers will remains a regional, and cultural M. M. Prewitt phone 8.
and T. J. Campbell, of West Palm C. C. Street of the McDonald Corporation ,
want to be present every night. unit, with its own traditions, its waysof I
Beach, are in Clewiston on business presided at the meeting I Ii
Make plans to be present every i living, its mark of history, its
today. I ( and called on H. W. Nelson of the
night. legends and the stories of its strug- -
Class schedule wilKbe as follows: gles. Here are still to be found the California Packing Corporation; and i SERVICE f'
Miss Marianne j MACHINE
Jones, daughterof I chairman of the Recruitment Committee SEWING
First class period 7:30 p. 'm., descendants of great Indian tribes. I
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones, who is for the State Canners Association -
to 8:15 p. m. / Edwin Corle, the author of SOLITAIRE : Parts for All Makes
a freshman at the Florida State who outlined the work already I
College for Women has been pledgedto ; General period, 8:15 p. m., to 8:30 BURRO ALLEY, and MOJAVE -'I done by the committee in an f Buttonhole AttachmentsUsed

Alpha Chi Omega. m. knows his region well; and effort to insure an adequate labor, Machines v : ;
,, -- lp. Second class period, 8:30 p. m. to for ,this book he has revisited- it, supply the coming season. .." ..
Mrs. Campbell E. Nall" arrived in: : p. m. .; ', I spending month, !: of travel : and research Russell Kay: director of. the Florida 1 Box 11 Belle Glade'

Clewiston Sunday and is employedin i May we remind every one that our I carefully: compiling fact and. News 'Service, who has been assisting ,

:the office of Clewiston Fotor evening I[ preaching service begins at legend, searching out and recording the canners in securing pub-I .

Company. She is residing with Mr. 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invit- its story. licity, outlined what had been done

and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. j ed to worship with us at all the ser-I from a statewide standpoint and r-- a

I I vices of our church' For the new I Florida State C. of C. pointed out that as the season got EXPERIENCED

M.E.. VonMach of Detroit arrivedin comers to our community we extendi underway it would be'necessary for
you a cordial invitation to visit our I Discusses local canneries and allied industries
Clewiston the first of the week. PublicityI DRESSMAKINGLIMITED
Mr. VonMach, who is connected church. I to advertise in their local papers in
Don't forget to visit! I effort to workers from AMOUNT OF WORK d
with a northern produce firm, mayremain an secure :
in this vegetable section \ JACKSONVILLE, Oct.. 13 -" their immediate area. Kay stated TAKEN

through the current harvest season., ,IN. .N.H..iNiN. ..N.N..N.N.N..N......N.N.N"....;..;....NN. .1...N;....h (,(FNS-The newly created Advertising .j that Florida publishers were fully' Call Mondays Thru Fridays Only 1
,- Committee of the Florida aware of the acute labor
I shortage\\
Mrs. Munselle Stone and baby left State Chamber of Commerce, meet-, and the need 'of 1
Tuesday for Gainesville where they Ii With ing at the Roosevelt Hotel last weekend packing, canning and allied plantsin

expect to remain for the duration: spent the better part of a day full operation and could be counted -

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. discussing all important questionof I upon to render aid. He staled

John W. Bozeman. Private Stoneis 4Our keeping this state in the public I that paid advertising in local area J. M. COUSECounselor
stationed at Camp Clairborne, Boys mind through an intelligent and I I papers at the proper time would attract -
and Attorney at Law
large percentage of the labor -
Louisiana. constructive advertising, and publicity -I a
needed. Hopkins Building "
program. I I
CAPT. T. C. MOORE HONORED AT is designed to '
I Advance publicity
in theService Chairman J. Saxton Lloyd of Daytona Wednesdays and Saturdays
impress upon the 'public
Beach led off the discussion I I 0:80 to 4:00
with a warning that following the work in citrus plants is just as essential ,

Captain T. C. Moore, who is i war Florida will find herself facing i f I i I as in any other war industry)
spending a furlough ,at his home
stiff from hitherto ,
competition unheard ----------------------- --- ------ - '
here, was complimented with a pot- I I of resorts made easily available -]I ....i......:..i.i i i..iNN.......NNN. ....N.i.iiN. .NN. .NN.. .NN. ..N.......NNNNNNNNMNN. .. . .. ...'...NNN.. .. .i.iiN.N....H 1...1...-
luck supper arranged by Mrs.' Ed-\ by air transportation, such as J
win O. Ward and given at the Durst I I
Mexico, Brazil, ,Alaska and numerous -, CLEWISTON
, home Saturday evening. \ . . ... . I other' points. !
N N : : : : :
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Each of the guests contributed a An all-inclusive advertising -
I program :
portion of the supper served. Later j ft f
Lynn Yoder, petty officer in the emphasizing development GOLF COURSE
in the evening the group attended I I iE
industry and agriculture as well as i
the dance at Sugarland Recreation I Navy, surprised his mother and sisters -
tourists, was agreed upon by the
Center. I last Thursday by arriving rather y

Guests at the dinner included Cap-i unexpectedly on furlough. He came :: ::
tain Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles | down from the section of Chese- y
recently, the first direct word .
Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, peake Bay, where he is stationed, y
from Morris since he missingin
was y
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Mrs. Joe M. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. R. and was met in West Palm Beach :
action June 26th. On 27th
M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. E. O. Ward and by his wife who came up from Mi- July y .

Mrs. E. W. Durst.WEDNESDAY I I ami.a few They days came, then out Lynn to Clewistonfor returnedto ents the war that department he had been notified taken his prisoner par-- _; The Number of Golfers Is Steadily j ji

and interned in a German
was I ,a
BRIDGE CLUB META, Miami for a short visit before rejoining -
WITH MRS J. W. EZELLE his boat. prison camp.; Mr. and Mrs. Ford re-
j ceived his address and have been ableto :i: Increasing ,
Lynn attached to one of those ..
'Mrs. J. W. Ezelle was hostess at ALI boats, which as nearly as we write to him regularly, but these .f. '. .::'
.!. ;
received directly
the first letters -
her bridge club meeting Wednesday can judge trains infantry troops in are . ::
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from him. :: S**!*'!'*N N.NH, !N.N N!*****NN!**.** ;
afternoon. First prize, a : amphibious landing practices up and fI .
novelty shell ornament, was won by,i down the coast. I :f: : :
Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. R. M. Bishop Charles Benson wrote us to changehis
won a desk set as cut prize. I J. A. Duncan writes that he has I paper to care Fleet Post Office, :i: Good Greens :.f..

The hostess served a salad courseto been transferred from the Army Air San Francisco, instead of New York. ..:.. .;;'
Mrs., T. B. Shelley of Miami, Mrs. base at Richmond, and is now stat- That indicates that he has transferred .y.

Alston, Mrs. H. R. Hall] Mrs. W. H ioned in the madhouse of the nation ,his attentions from the Germans .;., ....'.............'............................................... ,, :::
, Lanier, Mrs. R. C.Vilson, ,Mrs. Washington, ,D. C. to the Japs. ::: "

I Bishop, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, and '" J: ','.: :
I Mrs. G. B. Thomas. Wilbur McGehee, who receivedhis I He says "I had a very pleasant .
I aerial gunners wings and the surprise when we arrived as our :;: Meet Your Own Friends There -< ; *

LARSEN TWINS CELEBRATE rank of Sergeant at Laredo, Texas, new base as I ran into Paul Pullen, :;: ; : :::
THIRD BIRTHDAY TUESDAY last month, arrived from his present I who is on another SC out here. We

station at Salt Lake City, Utah, Saturday had quite a bull session about the :i: ,:::

Mrs. Otto Larsen was hostess at .He's here for a short fur old days in Clewiston. Both he andI .. .I ,.'': .
;, a'children's party Tuesday afternoon! lough, and the family are expectinghis had not received the News since J I: :!:
I ...
at her home to celebrate the' third 1 sister, Runelle, in training in a the issue' of July 9th, but in the J .. :
birthday of her twin sons, Karl and New Orleans hospital home for a >mail received that day, I received
Erik. short, visit during the time. I the July 16 and 23 issues, which we II YEARLY MEMBERSHIP .!::
,, The visiting children enjoyed i '" '" I both very' thoroughly read. It was fI

games on the lawn and were served Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford have certainly good to run into someone FEES
with birthday cake and ice cream received letters from their son, Lt. from Clewiston away out here. f I I DAILY GREEN |

\ afterwards.:The guests included Bonnie Fay I camp.Morris Ford Two, letters from a which German arrived prison ton."Regards Sincerely to everyone Charles in' Clewis-I I.f'............................................................................'.............................:......:..:..:..:..:..:..:.................................................. 'x"jt-'\:


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t love out fI tgtin5tthe : Private Hargrove! / _,, yi


So bi'' sky and Free and by Marion Hargrove SER.V Nt/.M.U I C* E. Y Dan Cupid

3Vnny.I THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marlon Just watch the battery clerk fora "You're going to be a first cook, First Soldier-What's up Bill?
staid fc.nd simply Hargrove, former editorial employee of while- and you start wonderingwhy Hargrove," he said fondly. "Not letters Second SoW.er-Z sent my girl two
: a North Carolina newspaper, has been I he's in the Army, when he'sso just a plain cook. A head cook! and every she's day since 1 was drafted
worship it Inducted Into the army and Is receiving evidently cut out to fit the lean A king in your own kitchen, a man now married the postman
Until my: his basic training at Fort, Bragg. He has ing end of a WPA shovel. While of responsibility. Ain't that lovely?"
been classified as a cook. This classification Could
throat Feels together with a more than usual the rest of the battery is earningits "You can't do this to me!" I 'Wife-I Be?
amount of KP duty have caused him to daily bread with sweat, the bat roared, when my breath returned. the club was quite outspoken 'at
Funny.VNU. become pretty well acquainted with the tery clerk sits"in the orderly room "It's against every decent human today.
1 Company kitchen. Private Hargrove hob'-nobbing with the powers that law! I don't know anything about Hubby-I can't believe it. Who
has become rather well versed In the be, typing the daily worklist with cooking! I want to be a cannon outspoke you?
O many angles of "goldbrlcklnjj" and other original spellings for all the names eer!"
army pastimes. He claims, however, and wondering how long it is until Sergeant Goldsmith's There was the tightwad who
the "bullsession" eyes wan- .
that "shooting the breeze" or
lunchtime.Our dered bought only one spur. He
is the soldier's favorite recrea guiltlessly to the ceiling. figured
battery clerk is a beardless, "You don't that if one side of the horse
of know went
WNU Features tion. At this stage of training some anything about ,
he boys are experts In the art. As we youth named Howard Miller. I cooking, huh? That's bad, boy, the other was sure to follow.
pick up the story he Is discussing this. tripped over him yesterday eveningon that's bad! Why, you're supposedto
.. my way back from a hard day's be on shift right now."

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT CHAPTER IX work versational and stopped fat. to chew the con- "Sergeant," I said, "I couldn't NOTHING CAN DO

fry an egg right now if it had di-
By this time, the evening bull sessions "Junior," I asked him, "how does rections on the package." MORE FOR YOUin
\ have themselves into a your conscience feel about this six-
worn "You're in the
Corporal day goldbricking schedule every battery, the entire field of aspirin than St.Joseph
definite routine. If
LAMP STOVE PARTS very ain't you? You've? been going to Aspirin. None faster, none safer. Theworld's
week? Don't feel twinge on
Ussery is there he lectures on how you a
cooking school and you've been sent largest seller at lOc. Also sold
he'd run the Army; if it's Private payday? to a kitchen for all these weeks. in.economy sizes-36 tablets, 20c, 100
Terrence Clarkin, he tells' how he Corporal Miller made a move to You're supposed to be tablets, 35c. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.
used to direct, the intricate traffic draw himself up indignantly, but decided graduated
affairs of Radio City, Music Hall it wasn't worth the effort. "If
AND SUPPLIESARE when he was assistant chief doorman you're insinuating that I don't haveto
_ AVAILABLE TO there. Unless Private Henri Geld work you're off your bean, sonny.I .
do two three times much
ers is stopped, he'll start a violent or as
work as happiness boys. i
argument among the butchers over you,
/"'- See them for Parts and Supplies how to cut a steak. I yawned and sat down. "After C Kilo_Feats.SrDdreata All Risht.g..d-
Service on Coleman Products. McGlauflin will talk for hours listening to Ussery shooting off his ,

Mail us Booklet a postcard-"HOW todayforFree TO about the beauties of the lakes in mouth fifteen hours a day, I can HOW 'QUINTUPLETS

KEEP 'EM WORKING". Minnesota. Grafenstein will deliver take yours. Go on with your fan-
discourses on how, he would run the tastic story." relieve coughing of
COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO Wisconsin football team; Pappas, "Boy," said Miller, "the responsibility -
401 North Broad Street about Alabama's Crimson Tide. Ma- is enough to kill an ordinaryman. CHEST.COiDS

PHILADELPHIA 8, PENNA. ciejewski will sermonize on the utter I'm a one-man information Whenever the Quintuplets'catch cold-
baseness and treachery. of wom bureau for the whole battery. I their chests,throats and backs are rubbed
"\ anhood. have to know who everybody is, I with Musterole. So Musterole must be
: just about the best cold-reliefyoucanbuy I
YearningEvery Lately, however, the sessions have where: everybody la, where everybody's /I' Musterole helps break up local con
yearning proves the ex- come more and more under the going and how long he'sgo- 1 gestion in upper bronchial tract, makes
istence of meant to satisfy ing to be there."I breathing easier,promptly relieves cough-
an object sway of Private Merton Hulce, a "Son he said
"you're going to ing and tight, sore, aching chest muscles
it; the same law creates both mad Irish lad from Muskegon, Michigan have to know the answer to make a perfectly breathtaking Hor- due to colds. In 3 Strengths: Children's
the giver and the receiver its longing Private Hulce apparentlydidn't every dumb question you guys come rible Example." I had nothing more Mild, Regular, and Extra Strong.
and its home. stop at kissing the Blarney popping up with. Where's my mail? to say.
Stone. He must have stolen half When do- I get my furlough? Whereare
of it to carry with him. we going to be sent when we any day now. What have you been
Hulce's chief topic of conversa get shipped out of here? Why didn'tI doing in the kitchen I put you in?"

IANAOOU tion is his mother's fabulous family, get a weekend pass? Why was I "Making jerk-ade," I explained,
on KP again today? Every sort,, of "chopping celery peeling onions.
SCRAPES PETROLEUM JELLY { the Smiths, all of whom seem to ,
get enmeshed in every war that question you could imagine! They say I get in their way. They Clean Folks
comes along. His grandfather, whomtl" "Quit popping your guns, laddie," say I keep spirits too high and pro- The average American uses
I told him. "That's no grind for duction too low." about one and one-quarter"pounds..

Radio Operators on Battleships rJ \, ,"", you. You, use the same answer on "I feel for you," the sergeant of soap per month. Each soldieris
Every American battleship has all the questions: 'How the hell said. "I deeply sympathize. You're'; supplied with two and one-half,
at least 30 radio send pounds.
operators would I know? going to be a mighty unpopular lit-
ing and receiving messages on I He was quiet for a while and I tle boy in your new home. If that I

J was all primed to hum "Chow boys' mouths, and send them clam- Gas on StomachRelieved

Call"_ .to wake him up, when he oring for more, they'll either mas- in 5 minutes or double money back
stirred and sighed heavily. When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocatIng -
ILDRE5CQjDS sacre you or run'you'over the hill. til d "All right," I prompted him, "so That's one thing the boys won't al prescribe pumaticrehef-medicines the fastest-acting medicines like those in known Bell-ana fore
you're the one-man information bu- low-bum cooking!" Tablets. No laxative Bell-ins brings comfort In a
Jiffy or double your money back on return of bottle
;: reau. So what do you do in the "Sergeant Goldsmith, sir," I im- to as. Sic at all droggisu.
line of actual work?" plored him. "Can't somebody else

FOR DIRECT RELIEF from miseriesof "Work!" he shouted. "That's go in my stead? Somebody who can
colds-coughing,phlegm,irrita what I do-work! Why, I have to cook? Look at me-a digger of /"To relieve distress of MONTHLY
tion,clogged upper air passagesrub write all the letters and keep all
ditches, a mopper of floors, a scrub-
throat chest and Female WeaknessLycUa
back with
Vicks VapoRub. Its poulticeandvapor the files and keep duty rosters up ber of kitchens, a ministering angelto
action brings relief without to date! I ,have to make thousandsof undernourished grass plots, but a E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
dosing. rosters of the battery every cook never! You don't know whatyou're pound Is made especially for womento
help relieve periodic pain with Its
.. "
ALSO, FOR HEAD month doing to me! weak, tired nervous, blue feelingsdue
COLD "sniffles", r" ':; ( M. "That: ," I suggested, "should take "Son.." he said. "you're going to -turbances.to functional monthly dis
melt a spoonful 4 "' ', I at least two or three hours I -
every make a perfectly breath-taking Hor- Taken regularly-Pinkham's Compound -
of VapoRub in1 In the midst of this fiery hell he day. What do you do to while away rible !" helps build up resistance
hot t rt ), against such Here Is
symptoms. a
water. Then \n saw a peach tree with peaches grow- the 'other tedious hours of the day?"
have the child Then he rose and walked back product that helps nature and
ing on it. He was quiet again for about a that's the kind to buy! Famous for
breathe in the V'JI'KS into the supply room. almost n century. Thousands upon
6teamingvapors. was a captain in the Coast Guardat minute. Then he arose. "I've gota he said, "check in this yardbird's thousands of women have reported
pretty hard day ahead of me to benefits. Follow label directions.
the outbreak of.the last war, was equipment. Worth trying
transferred to duty at guarding mu morrow, Hargrove, he said. "I Sergeant Israel looked up from LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE
Early Roman ConvoysThe nitions dumps and such for the dura hope you won't mind if you excuse his Form Thirty-Two records. COMPOUND
Romans convoyed their tion of the 'war. I myself. You, have to get plenty of "Don't he like his equipment?" -

ships with fast galleys. Merton had two uncles in the last sleep "when you have a .job like "Check in everything but his

war, both of whom fared exceedingly mine. clothing," the top kick said. "Geta
well when you take a practical "When" you have a job like truck, to take him to Headquarters tSNAPPY FACTS\
yours, r growled, "you can sleep -
DON'T LET, view of it. Neither tired himself Battery, FARC.
out. The 'first crossed the ocean night day.ft Sergeant Thomas W. Israel looked, ABOUT
CONSTIPATIONSLOW nine times playing the clarinet in a up in faint amazement. I looked in I
YOU UP troop ship's band. The Germans The top sergeant stuck his head sheer bewilderment.

:0 When bowels are sluggish and torpedoed the boat once and the out of the supply ,room and beck- "They had to figure some way to
feel irritable, headachy, do as millions you holes in the side were stuffed with oned with his arm. "Come 'ere, stop his ,cooking career and save Jri
1 -do-chew,[ FEEN-A-MINT, the modern mattresses. Hulce's uncle rode back you!I" the morale of some battery as
chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew into port, still playing his clarinet. I dropped my stable broom in the would get him as a cook," said Ser-

taking FEEN-A-MINT only in'accordance before you with go package to bed, That was the goldbricking uncle. battery street and hastened toward ,geant Goldsmith. "So he's being and friction are the
directions-sleep without being dis The other uncle served as a kay- him, as one always does when sum palmed off to Center Headquartersas enemies of rubber.
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough pee on the trip across. Carrying a moned by the top kick. a public relations man." greatest out five
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try tray around the deck, he was heck- "Well, Private Hargrove," he The word "buddy" hasn't come Tire treads wear

FEEN-A-MINT.and economical.A Tastes generous good family, is supply handy led several times by a person he said, "this is a red-letter day for into popularity yet in the new army.I ,times 100 as degrees fast in a as temperatureof when the
soon grew to loathe. Eventually the you." suppose that if there were such
1 FEEN.A.'INT''! costs only Irish wrath of the Smiths rose to "You mean you're going to let things, Maury Sher would be mine. thermometer registers 40 de-
1Q boiling point. Uncle Smith lifted me go, out and drill like the other Sher and I occupied adjoining bunks grees.'

the tray high overhead and wrappedit fellows?" when I was in Battery A. Rubber previously used for gar-
around the heckler's' neck. He <"Noooo, Private Hargrove," he Came the fateful Sixteenth of October den hose will provide for tires on
WNU-7 40-43 spent the rest of the war in con- said. "I mean I'm going to let you and Sher enrolled for the Se- carriages of 8,500 "75's" and

finement. turn in all your equipment. You lective Service System. His application 6,800 37-mm. anti-aircraft guns
Then there was the cousin, grand are no' longer to be rookie. Pri was accepted last July and, and 600 pontons for Army bridges.
ma's sister's boy. Serving in the vate Hargrove. You are going to since he had been the successful
ti front-line trenches, he grew suddenly be an important working cog in the proprietor of a restaurant, he was I Samuel Peal was granted the
o hungry one morning. Looking out great wheel of national defense. classified as a promising student for i first rubber patent in Englandin
of the trench, he saw a peach tree' You are leaving us. the Army cooking course. 1791. It covered the water-
May Warn of Disordered growing there in the midst of the "What's the deal?" I asked. The two of us got together when proofing of leather cotton,

Kidney Action fiery hell, and there were still "Where do I go and what do I do?" : he was sent to the Replacement Center linen, etc.TtIE' .
Modem life with its hurry and worry peaches on it. He tried to sneak The sergeant chuckled and leaned here. We started an acquaintance -
Irregular habits, improper eating and into the tree, but the enemy's bul back in his chair. He sighed ecstatically II when I topped all his Jewish
tion drinking-its-throws risk heavy of exposure strain on and the,infec workof lets found him. He was carried be- twice. "Would you'really I jokes 'and began teaching him how
tho kidneys. They are apt to become hind the lines. Just as the stretcher like to know, son, or would you : to speak Yiddish. I was attractedby
over-taxed and fail to filter acid
and other impurities from the excess life-giving bearers laid him down, an enemy rather put it off as long as you his native intelligence, his pleas
blood. ahell exploded in the center of their can?" ant personality, his sense of humor,
headache You may dizziness,Buffer,nagging getting up backache nights,, little group and none of them were "Well," I said thankfully, "you the, similarity of his likes and dislikes -
leg pains, swelling-feel constantly ever seen again. can't be sending me out as a cook. I to mine, his subscription to
tired of kidney,nervous or bladder,aU worn disorder out. Other are some-signs This happened at exactly ten The sergeant sat back and PM, his well-stocked supply of cigarettes -
times burning scanty or too frequent o'clock on the morning of Novem drummed happily on,the table. (my brand), and the cookieshe
urination. ber 11, 1918-one hour before the received from home. 00d
Try Do a:,,', Pill. Doan'i help the "Great gods! I shouted. "I'm constantly
kidneys to pass off harmful excess body Armistice was signed. not going to be a cannoneer, am I?" So we became more or less con-
waste.They have had more than half a
century ot public approvaL Are recommended -Pa- "No, ,Private,Hargrove," he said stant companions. We made the
A fc by neighbor grateful users everywhere.. Next to the Bugler, I suppose the after another long pause, "you'renot rounds here together, went to Char-
your battery clerk has the goldbrickin'estjob going to be a cannoneer. We're lotte together, made goo-goo eyes at
in the battery. You could cut going to give you -a job where you the same waitress in Fayetteville,
his pay to ten dollars a month and can use 'your natural talents." and swapped valuable trade secrets
he'd still be defrauding the govern There was a distinctly sadistic in goldbricking.TO .
ment. tone in his voice. I waited. ( BE CONTINUED)


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I I information on various subjects ? .S
SUNDAY Lesson I A NO TII'R tJ:1 i:

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1 1 1111111 By HABOLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. The Questions 9. What territory did the United I pity the man who doesn't like .
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
;: by Western Newspaper Union. Released;: by Western Newspaper Union. 1. What is the highest mountainin States'acquire during the adminis- to read a'' book on a rainy day.

DIET FOR THE AGING the Western hemisphere? tration of Thomas Jefferson? Some of the worries which come U

Lesson for October 17 2. A desiccated article is what? The Answers us are really none of our business.

3. What was the capital of the A lot of things can be done with '
It is true that we older 1. Mount Aconcagua in the
as grow
I United States from 1790 to'1800?
but Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Andes. money, but saving it seems to be
; We need foods easy to digest and copyrighted,: by International 4. the hardest.
many as they grow older still have Council of Religious Education: used by How manyislands are included 2. One from which moisture has ,
physical work to do and need flour permission. in the Hawaiian group? been taken. Fashion wears out more apparej

ishing foods some 01 JESUS AND TOE SABBATH 5. At what degree centigradedoes 3. Philadelphia. than women do. '_, .
which require chew- water boil? I 4. Twenty. Many a good business has been -

ing before they will LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:8-11: Isaiah 6. What is a censer? 5. One hundred degrees. built up primarily on good man
digest readily. 58:13.: 14; Mark 22336.: 7. Who was the vice presidentof 6. A vessel for perfumes. ners.
Therefore if the in- GOLDEN TEXT-And he said unto them the Confederacy? 7. Alexander Stephens.
The sabbath was made for man, and not Well admit that inquisitiveness turnedin
dividual has but a man for the, sabbath.-Mark 2:27. 8. What state uses a pelican as I: 8. Louisiana. the right direction is useful, but not
few or no chewing its emblem? 9.' Louisiana. in ours.

teethgrindershe The sabbath was essentially a day <, .

should be fitted for of rest and worship; hence the prin-
Paint and Chintz
artificial teeth by his ciples which surrounded it and di- Wedding Salute GIVE HEAD

dentist. In his book, rected its life may be applied to our Transform ChairREMOVE It has lately become known that :

"The Patient Past day of rest, which is the first day of when Warsaw, Poland, suffered its

Fifty," Dr. ErnestDr. the,week-the Lord's day. ROCKERS AND ADD heaviest bombing by German CQLDTHEAIROpen

Barton P. Boas states. "It That word "rest" sounds a little CASTERS FOR HEIGHT. planes several years ago, more
is most importantto strange in this busy world of ours, PAINT CHAIR AND MAKE weddings were performed than: cold-clogged breathing passages. :
You breathe freer almost instantly, feel ,
see to it that every aging person and yet it is an important one. It HARMONIZINGCHINTZ CUSHION any other day in the city's long the difference. Caution: Use only as di- '. '

has dentures (plates) that will en- means quiet for the struggling one, D BACK COVE history. rected. Always uso Penetro Nose Drops. /

able him to chew' varied and adequate calm for the troubled, repose ,for

foods. An old person com- the weary, tranquility for the disturbed -

monly restricts his dietary to cere- cessation' of labor for the ,

als, soft bread and tea and coffee worn-out one.

because he cannot chew most of the God in His infinite wisdom saw leak for the NAME : .

food that is set before him." that without rest man would soon
The most important item or itemsof destroy himself, and He made pro, BEFORE : b

food for the nourishment and well vision for one day in seven when REMODELINS WARm .

being of the elderly individual are the labor should cease and man shouldbe .

protective foods. The protectivefoods free for that recreation of soul .;

as described some years ago and body which should fit him for m *r(
McCollum Johns the THERE is a knack about select- n-lnG. j
by Dr. E. B. Hopkins labor of the week. ,
ing the right thing from the mt 2 ; n y< 'ty yi
and other
are milk dairy prod- Our lesson answers two important
assortment of in Mother's at-
ucts, meats, fruits, and green vegetables questions about our rest day, namely ?
because of '''their vitamins Why ? and How?' tic or a second hand furniture When You Select o : ,. "

and minerals. Vitamin A is found I. Why We Keep a Day of Rest store. Here is a rocker not at all ,. .,.
quaint but just awkward to have COAL HEATE '1' ;' \2/Ai ,
particularly in milk, butter, eggs, (Exod. 20:8-11: ; Isa. 58:13, 14). around. What need is chair ,r '9..""" '; .y : ,
cheese, liver and green vegetables; The chief reason is that God com- you
vitamin B in whole wheat bread, mands it. One day out of seven is that will push against the wall; "
that be used at desk fora
may a or
beef, mutton, and many vegetables; for' our re-creation by rest and wor-
place of honor at the head of
vitamin B-2 in milk, fruits, and leafy ship. That should be sufficient to
the table. The chair
vegetables; vitamin C in fruits oranges cause, His''people to "remember" the you want is
there in
that old rocker. You must
limes, lemons, tomatoes and day "to keep it holy." a : '
see in mind's
melons. Doubtless it is true that essential your eye. O Don't be misled! Be sure the name is spelled
Off the rockers and
Another suggestion is that 'elderly war, work and related activities must come on goa 4r W-A-R-M M-O-R-N-I-N-G. The name WARM
set of casters and a seat cushionto
three be carried MORNING is your assurance of getting the genuine -
should to eat
individuals try on, even on Sunday. God
make it the right height. That .
-. .the heater with amazing,patented interior
I meals of about the same size in- did not forbid works of necessity.But .
make it useful but still no construction features that are giving remarkable
stead of making the evening meal even though there is this need, beauty. A remnant of flowered y results to hundreds of thousands of users through-

the largest and heaviest one. In fact, who will deny'that many use Sundayfor chintz will cover the cushion and put. the nation. It's the only heater of its kindin
the large meal of the day should be work that is not essential-and the objectionable part of the the world! -

eaten at noon, with a light supperin countless others devote it to godless carved back. Paint to match the Semi-automatic, magazine feed

the evening. A rest of an hour pleasure. soft blue background of the chintz Holds 100 lbs. coal Burns any

after eating, instead: of walking'' or Notice that' the day of rest was will bring the whole thing togetherand kind of coal, coke, briquets No '

working immediately after eating, to be not only for the family, but soften too prominent c rves. : CLINKERS You need start and fire JIo F

aids digestion and avoids overtax- also for servants and for visitors. t ,$ night but once without a year refueling Heats Your all day home

ing the heart which otherwise would The employer who unnecessarily operates NOTE-This-sketch Is from BOOK 5 in y is WARM MORNING when 1
have the duty,of increasing its work his the series of booklets prepared for read every
: factory or office on Sunday ers. BOOK 5 also contains more than 30 Model 120B j youawakenregardlessofheweather.Pat. .
to take care of digestion and exer- violates this commandment.Note other ideas for transforming old furnitureand (L-8B)
cise or work at the same time.' If also that the man who is tc making fascinating,things from odds NameReg.U.S..6 NO. tusssr SEE YOUR DEALER
tea and coffee one or two and ends on hand. To get a copy send 15
agree rest on the seventh day is supposedto Can. Pat.Off. LOCKE STOVE COMPANY tn w r.
cents with .
order to
cups daily are allowed. work on the six days. your : 114 West llth St. Kansas City 6.Mo.SOUThERN .

The precept of Exodus 20 is enforced MRS. RUTH WYETII SPEARS .'

by the promise of Isaiah 58. Bedford 1Ii1Is. New York .: J;;'
Nicotinic Acid The man who delights in keeping Drawer 10

God's commandment regarding the Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 5.

Relieves Tic' PainsIn day of rest, will find that God delights Name ............................... ,
in and honors him.. Both men Factory Representatives
and nations have found this to be Address .............................
past years treatment for the GENERAL OFFICE-Memphis, Tennessee
relief of that terrible pain, tic dolo- Branches-
Dow We Keep a Day of Rest Dallas Kansas Louisville New Orleans St.Louis
reux (trigeminal neuralgia), was Admirals may be admirable, but Birmingham City
(Mark 2:23-3:6): ). Chicago Fort Smith Knoxville Nashville Omaha
surgery., While surgery must still that isn't where the word comes
be considered the most effective The formalists of Christ's day, the from. It comes from an old Arabic

treatment, other methods have given Pharisees, had overlooked the heart word "amir-al" meaning "com-

relief for months and even years of God's law and the holy living mander of." That's what the Ad-

and are 'preferred by patients and which it was intended to produce, miral is, the top-ranking officer in f1N Its off nao

physicians before surgery is used. and had bound up even the observ- the Navy. Top-ranking cigarettewith -

Recently I spoke of.;a sinusoidal ance of the sabbath (which was in- our Navy men is Camel-the h !)veMALARIA

current as reported by Dr. Ben- tended to be a day of rest and gladness favorite, too with men in the Army,

,jamin Ulaski of Philadelphia, which ) in such a mass of technical Marines, and Coast Guard, accord- !

gave relief in a number of cases. "thou shalt nots" that it was a day ing to actual sales records from 44i'4ffleeover
of fear. They had a false outward their
What causes tic doloreux? The service stores.. Camels area AftJsIOVERSMITH'S.
cause is unknown, but it is known profession of worship and had entirely top-ranking gift, too. And though
missed the true spirituality ofGod's there Post Office .
that very little is'needed to set off are restrictionson
the nerve trigger causing the out- law, a fact ,which drew upon packages to overseas Army .
burst of severe pain. their heads the anger and rebuke of men, you can still send Camels

our Lord. to soldiers in the U. S., and to
Two British research workers
The two incidents in this portionof men in the Navy Marines
Drs. W. E. Adams and W. Robin-
our lesson reveal that under the Coast Guard wherever they are.; TOnIC 7 .
that the tic
son, thinking cause of cloak of earnestly observing the law -Adv.

doloreux was in some way connected of the sabbath, the Pharisees were
with the blood supply to the tri- I
actually, covering their own hypoc-
facial nerve supplying head and face
risy and their hatred for Christ.
- not receiving enough blood or
oxy- The accusations
against the disciples
genated blood, tried drugs to close because -
they had
off the blood and and
supply drugs to eaten grain was not on the ground ...of the Civil Air
:increase the blood supply to this
.jnerve and the large ganglion from that they had stolen, for the law Patrol, a veteran of
(Deut. 23:25)
guaranteed that right
which the trifacial
nerve emergesat six years' flying a
\ to the one who
through hisneighbor's
/ a point under the ear.. Their field. The Camel smoker for
findings are reported in the Lancet, con-
an English medical journal. tended, however, that the disciples five years.IT'S .
had worked on the sabbath in pick-
.:. In three cases they gave drugs ing and hulling the grain. .

that partially closed the blood ves- The healing of the man with the k

.els supplying the trifacial nerve; withered arm revealed that back of
"in one of these cases the drug their
concern for the sabbath CAMELS
adrenalin) caused an attack of tic was a' real hatred for Christ. :'1;

doloreux before the patient had been It is an appalling thing that in the f'f f FORME THE/ ?p:01.

put on treatment with dilator'drugs house of worship on the sabbath

'(the drugs. that open up the blood day, these men, outwardly very so- HAVE A RICH, FULL
; vessels). In the other two cases religious,
were plotting
benzedrine sulphate (another "ves Lord. our FLAVOR AND AN

sel" closing drug) increased the
Jesus cuts across human
hypocrisy -
number and of the EXTRA MILDNESS
severity attacksof and hatred to declare that the

tic doloreux. true keeping of the sabbath is to do THAT& SO EASY

The dilator drug, nicotinic acid, the work of God. No work of necessity t

.was used (to give an increased sup (like plucking the grain) or of ON MV THROAT
ply of blood to the trifacial nerve) mercy (like healing the witheredarm

to seven patients, two male and five )- is ever out I of place on the y/rA :
female: ranging from 36 to 62 years day of rest.A 1C A. \

,in doses which varied from 50 milligrams word of caution is needed, for
twice a day to 75 milligramsfour some have sought to interpret this tj'sctri THE -ZONE' i)

times a day. Scripture as providing biblical

.: "In every case there was improvement ground for doing all sorts of thingson -where cigarettes are judgedThe

,amounting in their day of rest. That day is for
somcases IT .ZONEII-Taste and Throat-is the proving ground
eman's good, not for his
to complete relief. In two destruction. 4V for cigarettes. Only your taste and throat can decide
'patients a return of pain was relieved His greatest good is served by rest, c ? which cigarette tastes best to,you...and how it affects
I by breathing in amyl,nitrate worship, spiritual your throat. Based on the experience of millions of smokers
a dilator drug. Christian fellowship, developmerit'j we believe Camels will suit your!'.%ONI'; to&*7.'iRelcIsed

of deeds of necessity "


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XOTICE OK MASTER'S SALE Florida, on Monday, the 1st day of November ,: Together with all and singular the 1 II Duff gave to the city affairs whilema'or I deceased
I 1943, the same being a RuleDay tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances -! turned as gifts to the
of said Court, during the legal thereunto belonging or in I was the commission able tol I large portions of their ;
NOTICE IS HERHBY GIVEN that hours of sale, the following described anywise appertaining the same being 1 work out its problems in a alleged sharesof
pursuant to Final Decree entered on I property sold to satisfy said Decree. tisrac'I'tory partnership profits building
described up a
October 5, 1943, In the Circuit Court in Filorida. more epalrticularlyy H. A. RIDER. manner through
and for Hendry County, Florida, in gross estate of close to $16,000,000
As Special Master: business '
prosperity and adversity.
follows : .
Chancery, in a certain cause therein as over twenty-odd
I All of Section 2 ,All of- Section 8, HENDERSON & FRANKLIN years.
pending wherein Florida Land & Timber The public library
Section 12, Solicitors:: for Plaintiff.Oct. and the com-
All of Section 10, Alt of
,Company and Annette, a Corporation Brandell Soter is Plaintiff and- All of Section 14, All of Section 18, 15, 22, 29.JVOTICK munity center are but two examplesof Battling an outstanding array of

E. Soter, her husband, et als., are De- All of Section 20, All of Half Section of Sec-22, I I his constant thought for the needs legal and political talent representing -
All of Section 28. East BALI
'fendants, the undersigned Special MAS- I MASTER'S the state
South the ( of Georgia
48 city.
tion 32, all in Township lof and the
ter will offer for sale and sell at pub- I I I
lic outcry to the highest and best bidder of Range 32 East; AND All of Sec I I The Hopkins interests, Comptroller Lee
7 and All of Section 23, in HEREBY GIVEN that city now owns its water and
or bidders, for cash at the had Frank
door of the _County Court House in Township 47 South of Range 33 pursuant to Final Decree entered on I I electric systems, purchased last year I J. Wideman, Washington
the City of LaBelle, Hendry County, East; October 5. 1943. in the Circuit Court in through the issuance and West Palm Beach and John H.
.. and for Hendry County Florida in of revenue Wahl, Orlando
in certain therein bonds which working on a 15
I Chancery a cause are payable only from I percent -
pending wherein Spessard L. Holland,I contingent fee based on the
revenue derived from the utilities.. delinquent -
as Governor the State of Florida,
etc., et als., are Plaintiffs, and Ben- These bonds constitute the in-! collections only so that the
well Carlin and Dorothy Carlin total cost of collection
jamin will be
You debtedness more
might as against the city. j
: fendants wife, and the Ralph undersigned S. Palmer Special are hiS.. The ad valorem tax I than covered by the penalties anti
ter will offer for sale and sell at pub- of the city of interest collected from the estate
lic outcry to the highest and best bid- Clewiston is very small as comparedwith I thus netting ,
der or. bidders for cash, at the front: other Florida's! treasury well
door of the County Court House in the I municipalities, and the over the amount of the actual tax :;
City of LaBelle, Hendry County. commission has stated that with the sessed. as. \
ida, on Monday, the 1st day of Flor-I I continued 'JJf
Confess ber 1943 the same being a Rule : operation of the utilities The case actually .
of said Court during the legal hours system it expects to be able to lower.. reached thQ
I of sale, the following described prop I the tax rate within 'a few Flordia courts in 1941 after hearing
erty situate in Hendry County, Florida, years. in Washington and Tallahassee
more particularly described as follows, befog
_ "C to-wit: I tax officials resulted in
ComptrdiL; ,,
All of Section 28 Township State Gets Half- I
;,' .. 43'I I 1 I er ee's finding there was no
the' South:: of Range 32 East; pare
of industry even
likes captains
Almost everyone a mystery nership! and his
enjoysthe President of the United State Together with all and singular the assessment against
almost everyone
thrilling excitement of all like their mysteries. It tenements, hereditaments and appur- the estate. It was the Hopkins a'p-.
fact, millions ojt Americansare tenances thereunto belonging or in (Continued trom :
withan I page 1)
tracking down a Criminal peeal to the courts that
detective. But some reading more mysteries anywise appertaining, thesame' being magnificent resulted IlK:
are ace a little ashamed to admit today than ever before. Why? sold to satisfy said Decree. j quarter-million dollar the court decreeing the payment tai,
reading mysteries. well Mainly because these H. A. RIDER home. day of $475,000 with'
needn't b*. paced, easy-reading As Special Master. With the Georgia the remainip-g-
-you are both relaxing and rast-I HENDERSON & FRANKLIN litigation out of $86,000 to be paid on or before''
that freshing. It is for. Solicitors for Plaintiff. the way the estate executors
i Maybe you didn't know claimed January; 5, closing the .,
many college professors bank and for.you-that we are Oct.. 15,, 22, 29.Hendry they%had paid in full setting forth case.Johnson's
presidents, great scientists lishing I
that some
twelve million
dollars of
. I f. Ellery" :Queen's Mystery Magazine Fathers J the 'alleged estate was not Hopkins' I

property to bequeath h and distribute

Edited 'by Ellery Queen, Queen are to be found in it. -. I I 1 but that it was the property of a Fish Camp!
;; famous detective of the radio, But stories are selected on (Continued from rage 1) I partnership which originated two (Near Hurricane Gate
i the movies: and best-seller their merits, not on authors'names. pre-Pearl Harbor fathers would be I decades ) .
exclusive Tough and suave, Clewiston, Fla.
; books, it is
1 ly to the best in detective casual and swift comic and needed to fill November quotas in I Comptroller Lee's investigators Boats and l\Iotors-Guide
crime short-story literature. tragic, they are mingled with many counties. Service'I
finally established
refreshing and stimu- that these part- Rates
; And we mean literature. The variety f t Reasonable
; fact that.a story owes its plot lating. change qf peace. Rare Gen. Collins said "OurOctober ners not only paid nothing for theil'shares I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
need fit for the most crit- '
and detection gems
to but
call a decided increase that ,
not prevent its being well ical, delightful to the most was over they actually reI -
r written.' Short detective fic- naive. You will find the new other recent calls, and we are advised -(I ___
tion that is well written is magazine well printedsharpand I
not too readily available. But clear, kind to the eyes. that our November call will be i,
l we are finding theminl You will find the sizesameas
books, in magazines, in the The Reader's Digest-con- even larger. Therefore we can expect -
l files of famous authors-and venient to hold, to handle to .
i I' by arrangement with other slip into your pocket. You to be forced into the pre-Pearl j Y.r y yyy
publishers as well as with au- will find the cover as pleas- $>.;
f- thors, we reprint in the approved ing to look at as a book Harbor father group in the near fu- *
;' Reader's Digest man- jacket. And you will find the ture. I If YOU ;:
t ner the best detective fictionto contents the most satisfying
r, be procured. quarter's worth of good entertainment "It will be our endeavor to allot I fcan't
Such masters as Dashiell you have foundin quotas so that each local board within -
sale at all GD .
'! Hammett Agatha Christie, many a day. On ,, >
Stuart Palmer and Ellery good newsstands-25c a copy. the state will furnish the same
percentage of pre-Pearl Harbor

Special lOc Offer To Readers Of fathers during the same month"j jt f

l said General Collins. i Buy

THE HENDRY COUNTY NEWSBecause Four negroes were sent in the I I ii

September call and only one of I
we want you to know detective stories new and old them was accepted-Johnnie James War Bonds II Sb'e''e
I Ellery Queen's Mystery Maga- 60,000 words of thrilling a ne
f zine we will send you a copy mysteries-for only lOc, the Jefferson, who was inducted into the 4
of this anthology of the best cost of postage and handling Navy. Returning to civilian life i :, a ?

#t. Fill In and mall the coupon below with lOc today were Bennie Lee Prince, Lonnie B.I

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whom were rejected. I

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i Here's my lOc for which please send me a copy of Ellery City Commission IIiINSURE I. > wwjJJijY

Queen's Mystery .Magazine. I

a special act of the state legisla- :

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Legislation provided that the char-

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i 4! NOTICE named 1931. in The the act three were commissioners M. W. Bigg,I

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adopted the charter which was put

: Occupational and dog licenses are due and payable at + into effect 011 October 1, 1931.

::: the City Hall on or before October 31st and become delin- :2: Shortly afterwards E. E. Kelly andJ.

...:. quent thereafter. x:: A. McGehee were invited to be-

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with the original three and all five I
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':' served continuously until the meet-. i I I 1 I I ,

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