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 22, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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$100 TO : I Begin Next TuesdayWILLIAM .

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C. OWEN JR.WINS I Jamaicans To Supply A U

Captain T. C. Moore was / : Portion of Labor
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t tAWo.
speaker at the Kiwanis Club C. Owen, Jr., ,son of Mr. and

ing Wednesday evening, ?and Mrs. W. C.' Owen, of Clewiston, whois Needed

Kiwanians some idea of the a student at Tulane Univtrsity, '.

an army pilot' in the was tapped last week for member- The 1943-44 harvest season in- the

lands, where he has been, ship in Omicron Delta Kappa, Everglades sugar, industry willget

for the past ten months. Capt. [ national fraternity whose membersare underway next Tuesday, October: 26,
told of the weather difficulties \ .yN chosen for their qualities of when the first group of cane cutters

were constantly encountered,' | leadership as displayed in college go into the field to begin harve'stoperations.

said that except for the ,! activities. Bill is in the Navy andis The sugar house !$

J ordination ,of work of every completing his college)) course be- scheduled to start grinding on' the

of the bomber's crew' the ship I fore being transferred to. active serv- morning of the 28th.

not accomplish its mission. He ice. -The United States Sugar corpora-

the navigators, radio men Only eight men at; Tulane were tion begins its harvest with the labor

bombadiers all must do their % tapped for membership this year. problem, which has become
perfectly, and that although it w' f acute under
war-time condition*,
customary for pilots to receive only partially solved,' although Jay
of the credit for a successful OIL LEASES GIVEN I W. Moran, vice-president and general -
sion, the other men in the v
manager, stated this morning that
contributed a very necessary I, "it is expected that within a ,few-
vital part.' I' L.h. (LEXNIE) STUCKEY I weeks an adequate
Moore also praised ::? TO COMPANY WITH'SUNNILAND' supply of. labor
Capt. will be in our employ."
ground: crews and mechanics i i iservice'd -
; Fire Does Slight The difficulties were believed
'the ships, and told of
I II WELLAs solved when the corporation entered
difficult under
work into a contract with the labor
which are never encountered in I Damage to New Home
curement division or the War Food
ian employment. He described representatives of at least Administration for Jamaican field

work of each member of the Fire which started from a kerosene 1 three oil companies sought and ob- labor. The corporation is 'continuing

and ground crews, and said' I hot water heater damaged one I tained leases on large tracts of to use all available domestic labor -

amount: of praise that could' be of the new residences in the Sugar-I Everglades lands, the Humble Oil in field operations, but it has
them was too great for. the I
land Park Addition Sunday after-II Company reports finding of oil been increasingly evident that do-
work did and their
they noon about two o'clock, but was ex- at a point 28 miles south of LaBellei mestic labor would supply only a
thier 'job.After I tinguished by neighbors and the i in a well already drilled to a depth small proportion of the requirementsof
talk Captain
the '
fire department before a great deal I of more than two miles. harvest.
with a leather
presented wool-lined of damage was done. The company issued a statement: Some of the Jamaican labor con-

gloves and Kiwanis Club. The house was occupied by Mr. The Humble, Oil and Refining Com-I tracted has already been supplied,

gifts from the the and Mrs. William Hutchinson, their pany No. 1 Sunniland well, after" and the corporation is now receiving
the meeting
daughter, Wilma, and Mrs. Anna setting seven-inch casting at 11- small contingents Jamaicans' for
voted him an honorary Haven. Mrs. Hutchinson discoveredthe 598 feet, is now swabbing and recovering -I work in the'field "There has

the club.Kiwanians discussed the fire in the kitchen and dining I salt ,water with_ a bona fide been a delay" said Mr. Moran, "in

The made Bernard Myer room of ,the home shortly+ after she showing_ of very heavy dark oil., I I I assigning Jamaican labor to us, due
gestion by '
I had lighted the hot water heater. I I to the problems which the officialsof
letic coach at the high school, "After further Swabbing the operators -
She summoned aid and neighbors I the War Food Administration
I an athletic council be will probably deepen the well.!1. from
came to help move the 'contents of have encountered in separating
' manage.the sports events at "It is thought that this showing
the Jamaicans in the those
'I the home and to call the fire department -
school, and ,that three local of oil is coming, from approximately
, I who wish to ,return home, follow
All the contents of-the home
together: with the principal I 10 or 12 feet of porosity' (limestone\ first-ton-
ingJie completing .
(were saved,, and Mr. and' Mrs. :
_: coach fqfm the councilThe .I" formation) near the l-{& <):-ri 6s! the tract::'for work -i'l'\orrnern regions.
"Hutchinson of
'"': _.-.:..:enpTa"ciier-'Association; ,. moved into,another
hole which has reached depth of
the houses a However, it is felt that within a few
I the previous evening ,had nearby. ; '
: 11,627 feet. weeks there will be an adequa'tesupply

the plan, and, the' :Kiwanians I It has long ,been the belief of of l labor, from the domestic

I gave.it approval and ; : geologists and oil men that oil exist- labor which has remained with us _
: C. Owen will name the Kiw j1'I FOOD PRODUCTION ed under the Florida surface, ,but and the new Jamaicans, and we will '
1.- 'resentative at the next meeting
whether it was in quantities that be enabled to carry on normal harvesting
club voted donation of $ : ;
a would be commercially profitable or and grinding operations."
the school to buy athletic I GOALS ARE SET AT
not, ,and just where to drill to findit The corporation will also grind
which is needed.
now were questions that have remained cane for independent growers, as it
Guests at the club meeting MEETAt unanswered.In I l bas done in the past, under determinations -
Sergeant Leroy Hare, Dr. T. L. GAINESVILLE I
penter and Dick Owen. I ,, 1941 the Florida legislature' of the Secretary of Agri-
offered $50,000 to the first companyto culture.HALLOWE'EN.

IVOCATIONAL I I a meeting' of representatives locate oil in paying quantities.To .

I of all Florida agricultural agencies, date the Humble project has cost

the war food administration and some $200,000 it is reported.It FUN IS

I: I leading farmers of the state held is generally understood that all

last week, Oct. 14 to 16,' inclusive, the companies are using the same
IS P.-T. A. in Gainesville, food production goals .basis for oil leases; the owner retains PLAN FOJUARNIVAL

; for the year 1944 were adopted. right to the surface of the land, and I' -"
I I ; J They call for higher acreages of food is given one-eighth of all oil or gas
,Plans for the Hallowe'en 'and feed crops and smaller numbers,'produced. from it. The annual school Hallowe'en
which will be given at the I i 1 Carnival will be held next Saturday
broilers Florida "boom
; of hogs and on During the days" in the
grounds I night October 30th at 6
Saturday night, farms. : early 1920's the search for oil in ,
I- by the Parent-Teacher o'clock on the school grounds and an
Principal increases are being askedin Florida was largely a wild-catting I
were given In detail to the evening of entertainment and fun is
tomatoes, snap beans for fresh scheme, and any reference
of the group Tuesday evening. assured to everyone who attends.
oil field has often Florid"j
as an
market and processing, cabbage,
J. W. Ezelle is chairman of After the carnival there will be aHallowe'en
nance committee and is in peanuts, oats and hay, and flue- lightly. However, )) dance at Sugarland Park
cured tobacco. Smaller increases are :years the larger and substantial oil I
the carnival. Auditorium with Morris Weiss' orchestra -
requested in corn, Irish and'sweet potatoes -I companies have continued to investi- I
She reported on the various furnishing the music.At .
hens and pullets, cattle and gate, probe and make soundings over
mittees which are working I the carnival there will be vari-
carnival. calves, lima beans, cucumbers, egg-I the state, in search for the oil whichall
foods for sale-hamburgers,
plant, escarole, watermelons, carrots, believe Is there. ous '
M. H. Sharpe, vocational ( Iceberg lettuce, and peppers. I The drilling of an oil well to a weiners, fish, coffee cold drinks,

ture teacher gave a -I depth of over 2 miles is very unusual lemonade, etc. Various concessions
devoted to shade tobacco
to the group on the FFA Acreage and as far as is known is deeper have' been arranged, including the
work among the school boys. and production of eggs sheep and than any prior attempt in the state. ever popular bingo, ball games, pen-
Sharpe said the FFA Is naval stores are expected to be prac- ny games, fish pond, side shows,
tically identical with 1943. Decreases -
practical organization and crazy house, and many others.
building is one. of its are anticipated in cotton, The costumes of all children will
; sugarcane for sugar milk production, STANDING OF GIRLSIN ,
complishments. The boys also ; be judged for prizes; and the cos-
quite a bit of parliamentary and production of broilers,, turkeys' I '" tume parade and judging will take

ti, conducting their meetings and hogs,. and strawberries., j i CONTESTThe place at 7:30 and at that time the

and other practices' are' The goals were set after' thorough i QUEENS Carnival Queen will be ,announcedand

them In later life in I discussion of shortages of labor and |I crowned.

as 'Kiwanis clubs or other equipment which Florida farmers will ]
is chairman
I I standing of the candidatesfor Mrs J. W. Ezelle general
groups. i face in possibly increasing severity Queen of the school's Hallowe'enCarnival of the event and has the following -

Mr. Sharpe told of the next year. Relief was moi'e expressed, at the close of school Wed- committee chairmen assistingher

the Clewiston boys had ]I l however that slightly nearly nesday showed Peggy Powell, sixth :
ample supplies equipment and -
their shop. He said the :; will be available for 1944.. grade candidate, leading Shirley I I Fish pond, Co-Pilots club. For-
built "annex to annex to l Owen, seventh grade candidate by tune Telling, Mrs Joe Griffin. Soft
til they had extended their I ,H. G., Clayton, chairman of they 87 votes.In 'drinks, Mrs G. B. ,Thomas. Lemon-"

ture shop Into a sizeable and Florida USDA War Board, said the I the contest, pupils from each I' ade, H. Vaughn.- Pies and cakes,
I building. The boys put in I' following goals were adopted: I Gene
grade have chosen a girl from that Mrs G. N. Pitzen and Mrs.
water line from the school Corn, 775,000 acres, ''up',4 percent; 'j i grade as theIr' candidate. Votes for I l Powers. Cole slaw, Mrs Ben ,Bol-

Ing over to the shop and and threshed, 150,000 acres, up 10 ,the girls are being sold at one cent i ton, Mis. Charles Bolton. Hamburgers -

:'. something of plumbing by r percent; oats, 40,000, ,acres,, up B7\,\I each, and pupils from the gradesare I I Mrs. S. P. Slonaker. Weiners -
'; ; perience. They have done :[ percent; tame hay, 160,000 acres, up I working hard for their candi, Mrs John Rogers, Mis. A. G.

wood-working tasks and have I 12 percent; cotton, 46,000 acres, date. This contest closes at noon I Twiddy. Coffee, Mrs., A. O. Ward.

ed also something of down I 2 percent; Irish potatoes, 75- on Friday, October 29th, and all I Bingo Mrs. M. M. Piewitt.. Penny

said their methods is to : I 000 acres, u p9' percent; sweet votes must be turned in by that time :. game C. W. Fuller. Crazy house,

work In their books until toes, 30,000 acres, up 15 pota-I; to count for the queen. Mrs M. H. Sharpe. Side shows,

they are familiar with what flue-cured tobacco, 17,300 The entries, grade represented, Mis. J. K. Rogers Mrs. C. E. Bjorn-
undertaking. Then they lay '27 percent; sugarcane f sugar, 33- and number of votes turned in by: sen Mrs C.. E. Miner. Ball game,

the books and by doing the -: 333 acres down 2 percent. Wednesday of this week are as follows B. L. Thompson. Cake walk, W. C.

., learn the practical means. i Total acreage in commercial truck : Owen. Queen's contest, Mrs. Roger

Mr. Sharpe also told of I crops is expected to be 117 percent of 1st grade, Bertha Mueller, 102. Weeks. Costume 1\15.;" J. C. Zller.

at; the Canning Center, which that in 1942-43. By principal'truckcrops 2nd grade, Patsy Casper, 724. Concessions, Mr. Sharpe. Fish, Dr.

der his sponsorship, and ,I the figures for acres and per- 3rd grade, Joyce Bartz, 188. J. W. Ezelle. Dance, Mrs. G, H,

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Gems of ThoughtA

Senators See Nazi Collapse r that avoid Montaigne.For man patiently conveniently.-Michel must which learn he to endure cannot de

DR W_ OAI '45 4 iWNU right w right, since Cod is Cod
TimeWarfs End in
'Any ; And right the day must win
Your Broadway and Mine: To doubt would be disloyalty

D. C. Sallies In Our,Alley: Secretary of To falter would be sin.

BRITAIN VS. RUSSIA the Treasury Morgenthau went into -F. W. FABER

One thing which distressed the Cumulative Effect of Defeats on All Fronts, the Hotel Delmonico' pharmacy, A, man should ,never be

Flying Senators on their round-the- made a small purchase, and handed'the ashamed ,to own that he has

world inspection was the intense rivalry Plus Bombing of Cities, Expected to clerk a $100 bill. The clerk, been in the wrong; it is but saying

: between the British and Russians Hasten German Defeat. failing tp recognize him, scrutinizedthe "I am wiser today than

in the Near East. money carefully. "I hope it'sgood yesterdaY.-Pope.

The senators reported that around ," he said "It ought to be," Everywhere I have sought

the Gulf of Persia, where the Rus- was the dry reply, "I made it my- rest and found it not except sit-

sians take delivery on U. S. lend- I By BAUKHAGENews self." Ann Corio, mentioned almost ting apart in a nook with lit-
lease airplanes, the, ,British local Analyst and Commentator. daily by a racing paper (The tle book.-Thomas Kempis
commander at first refused to let
Morning Telegraph) phoned the picture
the Russians set up a local lend- WNU Service, Union Trust Building, "The army air forces," says the firm she works for and com- .

lease receiving agency. The Gulf Washington, D. C. general, '"are now attacking the en- plained Surprised at any actress -

of Persia long has been coveted by "It is my guess that the war will emy on ten different fronts throughout squawking about too much pub- SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN

land-locked Russia as a means of end by 1945," the senator said. "The the world. Their victories, licity, they asked Ann what was fn

reaching the sea. British opposition collapse of Germany may come any .wherever they come in contact with wrong "What's wrong?" she MOROLI H E

presumably was based on this. time." the enemy, testify to the gallantryand yipped. "My name's in it so much WHITE' PETROLEUM JELLY ({2y
Finally the British government in skill of American pilots and
Pencils slid over copy'paper. that people are starting to bet on
London ruled that the Russians could Mine, too. We sat around the long, crews, to the mechanical efficiencyof me!" ,

send an airplane mission to the Gulf green, committee-room table in the the planes and to the' leadershipof Wave Enemy Flags

of Persia, but even then the local Senate Office building. Other press General Arnold and (the Sounds In the Night: At Havana- The Nazi swastika and the rising -

British commander, according to the and radio men (and women) and a other commanders)." Madrid: "He's in 4F.Walked througha sun of Japan fly briefly everyday

the senators, delayed and tried to block few visitors listened to the three History of the War screen ,door and strained him- I at Camp Ellis, IlL Previous-

plan. senators who had made a 40,000- self,!1" At the Stork: "I'll cut I ly, soldiers were criticized for
Now, however, the Russians are mile trip beginning in Maine, up Go through General Marshall's their
you down to, Mexican size! poor shooting. Now wordsaren't
established at the head of the Gulf date
dramatic of the war to
Greenland history
through Nova Scotia, through "What size is that wasted. Soldiers 'on
? "It ain'ttam" duty in
and work in close co-operation withU. 'Iceland Great Britain Africa, i and you will see again and again
In Reuben's: "He doesn't target pits signify a "miss" by
S. officials. To save manpower, how the Allied air might has gradu-
the Near East, India, China, -: enter a conversation. He invadesit waving a German or Japanese
the U. S. army uses'skirted natives ally risen from the days in the
the Pacific islands and "
flag the
under At Leon and Eddie's: over target.
to assemble airplanes home.I "first phase" when, as the generalsays
"She gets on his nerves. Her favorite
the supervision of sergeants and "on all fighting fronts we were -
thought as I took down the notes ,
perch" At the Latin
doughboys. Then the planes are for broadcast that I wished in a desperate situation due to '
turned over to the Russians for in- many my of, the people who write to lack of material," into the "laterphase" Quarter: "They've been going un- (GRQVE'S
steady years" In Ver-
In test flights the Rus-
spection. when in the southwest Pa-
me calling were
congress sailles: "My dear, I no longer care
cruise allover the Gulf of
sians Per-
cific "air demon-
superiority was
there to listen to these men regalingus
that longer care" "It's
sia area, obviously have ample opportunity with first-hand information, facts, strated by a loss ratio of four to you j/r o nip h Jecjsiv&R; ille I:
than that
worse darling.
; longer
to map out the terrain. in until .when no -
which later one our favor, today
figures, impressions, that thatI Grore's Cold Tablet are a real medicine -
care no longer
you care
The Russian base is
"the combined American British like
they were to pass on to their colleagues They're a doctor'prescription
live-wire general who no longer care! -that U, a multiple medicine.
a young in the form of long and detailed bomber offensive against the ,conti- With decisive
gets along well with the Americansbut nent of Europe gives promise of being prompt action they
reports. Muqh of the materialwill work on all these usual cold ymp
is eyed with some suspicion by never be printed.The a decisive factor in the ultimate The Magic Lanterns: Mark Hel- toms...relieve headache-case body
the British. destruction of the German' citadel." linger herded the whole Warner aches-reduce feter-relieve nasal
The senators also reported that trip was spoofed by the pa- tufflnets. This I* real relief wheysuffering
Bros payroll into Edouard Cantor'ssupport
Now that the Allies in the common distresses of
when it was proposed, as "an- are posses- a
when the British were a bit starchy pers, cold.
in "Thank Your Lucky Take Grore'c Cold Tablet exactly -
sion of the air bases in
Foggia Italy
other junkeV But sitting there, listening ,
about letting the Russians use the as directed. Rest-arold expo
Stars and what did that him?
to these men, there was no we can reach what the President described sure. Get GroTe's Cold Tablet from
airport at Teheran capital of Iran,
the of Germany A wow, that's all! Cantor and Dinah your druggist today.
doubt in mind that they had donea as area
farther north, the Russian army my hitherto "invulnerable." We are Shore give zip and melody to the Save Monty-i Cet Lar e Economy SizeWelding
real had gaudy
job. They. slept'in
sent in a regiment one night and, main and the olio trimmingscome
nearer the southern German cities yarn,
villas in Africa they had camped in
without further argument, took over ,
than the air force in the British from such ,mighties as Davis,
the airport.Since then the British the fields with the troops, lain under '
Isles is to of the cities against Bogart, Garfield, Flynn, De Havil-
for thatched roofs, in bamboo shel- many
have had to 'ask the Russians
land Sheridan not to mention et and
which it has ,
hurled its most devas-
ters taken their chances across wide ,
permission to use it. ,
cetera Sonja Henie is still the
tating blows and those cities of
delicate of water in planes unaccompanied ,
These are a few of the sweeps
most skillful and winsome cutie
this' by fighter protection. southern Germany and Austria, on
problems facing the Allies in any
skates but the story has her cuttingthe
suspicious, balance-of-power sectionof They had tried to find out.the,things hitherto "safe" are now as "vuInerable" a Ship
old 8 in "Winter
same Figure
the Near East, where, accord- you and I want to know-how the as the cities of the Rhine and More than 108 miles of weldingand
time. It's all about a broken down
ing to the senators, the chief topicof war ,is being_ fought. Ruhr, as Hamburg and Cologne.The Winter resort, with ,Sonja getting cutting, more than the dis-
conversation is is notover. The fighting tance between New York and
: the political tug- war city
Reasons Why Jack ,Oakie and Cesar Romero out
of-war'&tween Russia and Britain. potential, of the German army, in Philadelphia, are required in the.
of the barrel something. Pretty
.0 You lie already read the gist of number of men, equipment, general" or construction of.oneAm riciinL: b-. -- .
to look at but the tale is as cold'as
{! PATRIOTIC U. S., HENS what those senators-and Senator ship, supplies, and morale is as highas Sonja's ice Charles Laughton, erty ship.

: The hens of America are really Lodge, who made the journey, plus ever. But as I sat in the Senate who can make hamminess artistic,
all Sam.'Their side The informationwill Office and heard the
doing right by Uncle a trip-said. building pre- is handcuffed in' "The Man From
war effort is producing more eggs come out in reports and diction, "the collapse of Germany Down Under." He plays a bluster- <*To relieve distress of MONTHLY>

than the country has ever seen. speeches before the senate and the may come at any time," my mind
ing old Aussie warrior, mixed up
Though we are sending 10 billion house.It went back to the anxious faces, the with' a couple of Belgian orphans.A Female WeaknessLydia

eggs overseas, 50 billion more remain was a long session but the nervous inquiries, that came to me
Jap attack is rung in to straighten E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
for our frying pans. thing that struck me was the second the day that Britain and France de- out'matters but Laughton had been pound Is made especially for women
This total of 60 billion eggs is an sentence which I, quoted at the beginning clared war and I waited to leave to help relieve periodic pain with Its
too mauled by the writers to weak tired nervous blue feelings
all-time high. Even the domestic of'this article. Berlin where I had been broadcasting cover "The Kansan" re-I -due to functional monthly dis-
50 billion is an all-time high,: Passed to America.The turbances.
"The of
collapse Germany may you Richard Dix, Jane Wyatt, Vic- Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com-
around to every 'man, woman and come at any time." greatest fear of the average tor Jory, et al, out thar in the sage pound helps build up resistance
child it 346 for against'such symptoms. Here Is a
German then the fear of American
These men didn't pretend to be was brush country, a-fightin' and alovin'and product that helps nature and
the year, or about one a day. Thisis That participation in the war. Wecouldn't a-cliche-in'. that's the kind to buy! Famous for
military experts or prophets.
a lot better than the average.At I almost a century. Thousands upon
the believed
statement of one of them-Senator stupid leaders thousands of women have reported
the moment, eggs are "tight"in Russell of Georgia-to which the "get there in time if we wanted to." benefits. Follow label directions.
the market because'this is the William Shirer discussed -
The Magazines: Worth trying
'others Senators Mead of New York They didn't guess we would come
when always "American Traitors of the
moulting season, laying LYDIAE.PINKHAF.rSSS
and Brewster of Maine, agreed, was via the skyways. Now they know.
falls off. But eggs will in- Radio" in Harper's, meaning the cor-
crease again when the hens resume based on what they had heard and, (Note: To anyone wishing a com- respondents-who hired out as liarsto

full-time production, also when the seen including photographs of what plete copy of the "record which Goebbels. They were weakies,

egg-drying business falls off. Russell called "leveled Hamburg" Americans will never forget," whichis said Shirer, fearful that they couldn't

This.is a new and unexpected turn by the time this is in print what the President called "Gen- make a living if they came home. e

of events. The tremendously expanded there may be other German cities eral Marshall's fine, soldierly rec- Mebbe-but what about those back

egg-drying business was expected leveled as flat. ord of achievements of our army here whom the Reich reached? They

to take a full 20 per cent of Another..thing 'was the testimony of throughout two of the most tremens were living high-hobnobbing with

our egg.crop but now the estimatesare a French official who believed Ger- dous years of our history," I shall our biggies and feeling inferior to

dropping fast. Reason is the many would crumble soon. He was be glad to send a copy. Simply send nobody .- '. Will, Rogers, Jr., is all

British and Russians, after two yearsof anxious that America be preparedto me your name and address. No for a fast break with Franco, he

dried egg diet, are getting tiredof step in and take control. Unlesswe charge. See address at head of col. states in Coronet. When the Axis is

them. They are politely tellingthe did, he insisted, chaos would umn.) cracked, he warns, the Nazi big- Industry in Vatican City
combined food board and lend spread, perhaps anarchy.I shots will scoot into a friendly Spain
Repair damaged
lease, "Don't pass those dried eggs have heard that fear expressedby We Need ScrapThe and be free to cook up some new documents is a leading, indus-

around any more." other Europeans. words "all out" and "drive"have barbarities against civilization. Un- try of Vatican City, Rome, homeof

ft The dried egg business used a Basis of Belief just about'lost their meaning.And less! Carl Hermenn Frank, the pope, which also has its
modest 10 million pounds before the the Czech who betrayed his peoplefor
yet, somehow, somewhere, mint office
war, mostly for cake flour and What is the basis of the belief shiver own power plant. post
con- iron and steel scrap has to be col Hitler's marks, has more to and jail. .
fectionery purposes. But the sub- ,that Germany will collapse suddenly. lected. There is plenty of it in the over than even Quisling. Frank,

marines have made shipping spaceso I and perhaps soon? On the belief country. For the government to collect according to Collier's profile, or-

tight that space is not available that history will, in some measure, it, itwould take an army. Thereis dered the slaughter of 250 Czech I

for shell eggs, and the dried> egg repeat itself as it always does.,That only one way it can be gotten. youths. He had them shot down

business has shot up to a capacityof the civilian'morale will crumble in That is through individual effort. It while attending the funeral of a pa-
about 400 million pounds. Germany,that the spirit of hopelessness involves no,cost. It simply requiresa triot, also murdered by Frank's mas-

Some of this capacity is'now idle will spread to -the ariny' as it little effort and some time. ters .' '. Morton Eustis describesin
because of Allied distaste for did in 1918.Already .
the The mills now have only enough Theatre Arts Monthly how a North h

product, so more 'fresh eggs will we know that submarinecrews scrap to last two and a half months. Africa air raid broke up Josephine

come onto the.U.* S.. market. no longer volunteer. They The shooting has just started, uncountable Baker's act. When the all-clear came MANY DOCTORS :
.have to be drafted. This is where
tons of metal are goingto Josephine picked up and carried,on.
ARMY-ADVISES HOUSEWIVES the rift began in Germany's moralein be" dropped on the enemy in the Showing no war will rob a'' performer -
1 The quartermaster corps feeds' so the:last war. of that bow.
months ahead. If you wait for some- '
many thousands of mothers' sons And what will contribute most to THISTONIC
one else in community to come
that it now dares to tell those moth Germany's collapse? your
and get yoUr'scrap, the army and The Front Pages: Sen. Lodge,
ers how' to prepare a roast of beef. Not the Russian victories 'alone;
the navy won't get the steel they back from the battle areas, blastedthe
Experiments in
army camps show not the drive that will come when,
need. Your initiative is essential.
back here.
that if you cook a roast at relatively ,as many believe, the British-Amer- "rosy propaganda":
low temperatures, you will have 20 ican operations are intensified. He plans to report to congress that !If You "lira EasUy", have low resistance to

per cent more roast at the end. These will turn the scale. But the Civilian AwardsThe "our fighting men are mad becauseof rolds and minor ills-due to lack of the

Cooking at high ,temperatures cumulative effect of defeats on all war department has borrowedan the false optimism of the news at Vital Elements-natural A & D Vitaminstry

shrinks the meat, and dries up the fronts plus the bombing of her innovation of private industry as home" Erudite Times opinion. taking good-tasting Scott's Emul-

juices. cities already at work will bring well as one of the pioneers in developing boys are flunking a simple arithmetic sion daily the year around I National survey -

According to QMC, the desirable "victory through air power." this idea. Ezra S. Taylor of the course. Last week they said: shows many doctors recommend

range of temperature is 315 to .350 The Germans, a very high British 'Pullman Company, Chicago, Ill., will "The first front is Poland, the sec- Scott's to help build up resistance, bring

degrees Fahrenheit. Cooking an official said to us not long ago, area operate it. ond France and the third the Middle back energy and stamina! Buy Scott's

I eight pound ,roast at this temperature logical people. When the realiza- Mr. Taylor has been appointed expert East." The day we invaded the European today-at all druggists!

will require 4 hours and 10 tion of the hopelessness of further consultant to the secretary of mainland the same editors IT'S GOODTASTINGWashington

minutes.In fighting is established, they will be- war and is chairman of the depart- said: "The second front ,is now a

other words, it takes more time gin the logical process of surrender.And ment's new board on civilian ablaze in Italy" A newspaperlike ii

1 than at a higher temperature (at' if you,read the report of Chiefof awards.. The board has been set up the New York Herald Tribune o

400 degrees, it takes only 3 hours), Staff ,General Marshall, you will to increase material economies and deserves everyAmerican's applause.

but you save the juices save vita- see' how the ''realization of the generally improve efficiency by uti Thoroughly Republican, but it never

mins, and will have more roast to growth of Allied air power spreads lizing the ideas of the 1,300,000 employees forgets it belongs to America, which

slice. 1 slowly over the whole battle scene. of the department. made both parties possible.

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Racket in the Early Days UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL i AS I( ME &f% A quiz with answers offering j!

Because gold as it comes from SUNDAY' L A 110 THER information on various subjects | .

the mines is somewhat soft, it was esson c.C'.(%. %. %.(. (%. %. C.t-. v,(w ew pw ft.o-c' (%. o t

not at all uncommon for gold coinsor By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
The Question 6. Who is the ,
new king of Bulgaria V
of Western Newspaper Union. Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
the to Released
nuggets ,early days by Released by Western Newspaper Union. V ?

wear down in actual value. "Dust- THE CAUSE OF ACNEI 1. At the narrowest part of the 7. The Columbia river, famous

ing gold" also became a racket.In Bering strait, how far is the coastof for its salmon, forms the boundary -
Lesson for October 31 Alaska from the coast of 'Si-
Chinatown, San Francisco, elderly write frequently about acne be beria? between what states?,

Chinese men with infinite cause this skin blemish spoils the Lesson subjects and Scripture texts Rejected 2. Which of the following V is nota The-Answers
lives and often' affects the minds of and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil
patience sat by days shaking sacks book of the New Testament
of Religious Education: used bjf : ----- -'
and justwhen
our teen age boys girls, permission.
Judges, Matthew, Luke? 1. Fifty-six miles.
Qf gold coins over a pan. Gold dust life is at its
rubbed off on sacks and filtered best for them. Thus BIBLE TEACHINGS ON 3. How many signers of the Declaration 2. Judges.'V
of Independence became 3. Two-Thomas
through, and this was salvaged for whenever a new or ABSTINENCE Jefferson ,and' I I
President of the United States? John Adams. V,
resale at the mints.. Coins were I different method of (International Temperance Sunday) V
4. Trinitrotoluene is commonly 4. TNT. V
then passed on at their full treatment of, acne is
LESSON TEXT-Leviticus 10:1. 2, 8-11; known as what? 5. Hispaniola.
from responsible -
marked value. Today hardening reported I Proverbs 31:4. 5: Luke 1:13-16., 5. What is the name of the island 6. Simeon II. V
alloys are added to gold. sources, GOLDEN TEXT-Beware, I pray thee. which Haiti is located
(4 V V upon ? Washington and Oregon.
/2 pass it along to my and drink no wine nor strong drink.-
readers. Judges 13:4.Total .

MORE AND MORE believed For years that acne it was is abstinence from all alcoholic J U Tr How Sluggish Foils

caused by gland liquors is the only sensible and effective : ,M'II "

changes particularDr. policy for Christian.people. #I, : 'I Get Relief .

COLDS THESE DAYS Barton ly inthe sex- glands, Some, who want to use alcohol them- r : Z Happy

because the great selves, like to stress the Bible's )&I'%: %
- So head off head colds' nasal miseries. V ;;H.I
of They pointto
Just two drops open up those cold-clogged majority of cases start at this time. teaching temperance.
breath passages. Caution: Use only aa That these glands have much to the use of wine on the part of people Those Joneses"I

' directed. Get Penetro Noee Drops. do with causing acne in a direct in biblical times, although they wonder why
we never man-
fail to note that more often than
way or indirectly because of age to save .anything?"
not it non-alcoholic. (See "The
foods are handled in the body was
1,465 Pound Hog way recently. Physicianswere Bible and Wine,"LoizeauxBrothers.) "It's neighbors, dear. They're
A hog that would nearly relievethe able proven to cause acne by injecting Another thing they ignore is that always"doing something we can't
'meat shortage by itself is be- afford.
gland extracts into young men and we live in a different day with a
ing exhibited in Texas. Raised in
mechanized society when alcoholic
women whose skin had been perfectly -
Rusk county, it weighs 1,465 clear. By stopping the use of beverages are offered through high
pounds is four feet one-inch tall No Real Hurry
these extracts, the skin became free pressure advertising and in highly
and eight feet, one-inch long. The local strong man met a fellow
distilled and potent form. CONSTIPATION
acne again. villager. During their conversation the makes1oufeelas
What about the use of this gland What we are most interested is big man called the other, a small man, the dickens,,brings on stomach upset
treatment in cases where acne is what the Bible teaches about the a liar. The little chap naturally resentedthis sour taste, gassy discomfort, take Dr.
L present? Doctors Charles H. Law- matter. We note that- remark. CaldweU's famous medicine to quickly poll
the trigger lazy"innards' and help
on ,
and Nicholas T. Werthessen, "Now look here" he said "I'll you
rence Abstinence is NecessaryI. give feel bright and chipper again. _
Boston, in the Journal of Clinical For Spiritual Obedience (Lev. you just five minutes to take that back. DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful, seen

,Endocrinology, present the result of 10:1-2, 8-11). The big man"smiled. laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin
estrogen or ovary extract treatment In the religious life of a nationone "Is that so? he said. "And suppose" to make it so easy to take.
I don't take it back in five minutes?
in 25 acne patients (14 females and expects the leaders to set the MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparationsin
"Then said the other
after slight
11 males The of the a to make the medicine
) average age example for the people to follow. 'Til minutes." prescriptions more
females was about 26 years and of Two things-we may rightly demandof pause, give you ten palatable and agreeable to take.So be sure
the males 20 The your laxative is contained Syrup Pepsin.
years. average those who serve the nation in its '
: length of time the acne had been religious life: (1) a vision of God Followed Instructions INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favorite
millions for SO years,and feel that whole
k present was about nine years. and obedience to that vision in life Rapping his baton sharply on his some relief from constipation.Even finicky

W: Twenty patients received disthys- and service, and (2) the exercise of music-stand, the conductor of the children love it. Caution take only as V

___ ... .__ __ tilbestrol .5 mg. daily until their sound, God-guided judgment in the very amateur orchestra glared directed on the label.BR.CAIPMLL'S. '
ability to withstand this dose was affairs of the people.To round. Then he fixed his eye on
; r : determined. In 17 the dose was every true servant of God the cornetplayer."Here .
1 then increased to 1 and in the
mg. daily comes repeatedly opportunityand
you! Why'on earth did
two mature males with severe the need of rendering judgment,
you leave off playing just as we LAXATIVECONTAINEO -
DLoAiOTj chronic acne, the dose was increasedto that is, of advising and counselingthose came to the chorus?" SENNA
1.5 to 2 -mg. daily. Five pa- to whom he ministers. If his ,IN
tients received 'ethinyl estradiol, .15 mind is befuddled by the use of alcohol "Well, was the retort, "on my

Of u'pj'jjng 1 a of? beeSSO' t1 daily, increased to .3 mg.. if responsewas (or, for that matter, by any music it says 'Refrain'; so I.did."

Stat ISOlIC not satisfactory. other kind of worldly indulgence) 'he

What were results obtained? Fifteen will "stumble," and cause his peo- If you know a Navy man, don't 'Twas Insight

patients (60 per cent) became ple to stumble. ever call him a "gob"-sailors "Was it' a case of love at firsl

: : free from acne in two to six months. A sad incident is related in Leviticus consider the name an insult. You sight?" V

Mc Confl. -- Two others in which treatment had 10:1, 2, of the sons of ,Aaron. can get on the right side of him ,"No; second sight. Tbe. .first :j'

,.j4gepOtt. : 1oo IpoWD I.been interrupted became free ;tin We are' not told !directly that they though if you offer V him a"'Camelor time' he saw her he- didri't' k ow'-.

eight 'to nine months. The 'remaining were intoxicated, but it is implied in better yet, send him a carton. she had money." 'V

patients are still under treat- the fact that there is an immediate Camels are the favorite ,cigarettewith

ment and show improvement. No injunction against the use of' wine by men in the Navy (Army, Ma-

patient completely' failed to im the priests (Lev. 10:8-11). rines, Coast Guard, too, for that IRRITATIONS OF

prove. II. For National Order (Prov.,31: matter) based on actual sales records S KI N EXTERNAL ...

The above proves what'physicians 4, 5). V from the service men's stores. CAUSE

Share the Job have believed for many years; thatis It is a notorious fact that the liquor And though there are Post Office ugly acne pimples broken-out, bumps skin.(blackheads Millions relieve), and

Pete-Who's boss,at your'house? that some disturbance or lack of interests strongly influence the restrictions on packages to over- miseries with simple home treatment.
Tubby-Well, wife and I. balance between the sex, glands in political life of a nation. (See "The seas Army men, you can still send Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
my healing'works the antiseptic way. Us*
She bosses the children and me; certain individuals is the cause of Wrecking of the 18th Amendment," Camels to soldiers in the U. S., Black and White Ointment only aa dI..
I boss the goldfish. acne. by Ernest Gordon.) and to men in the Navy, Marinesand reeled.lOc,25c.roc sizes.25 years success.
Coast Guard wherever they Money-back guarantee. far Vital in
V The result of that unholy alliance cleansing: la rood soap. Enjoy famous
Children Should rightly described in Proverbs 31:5 are.-Adv. Black and White Skin Soap daily.f' .

-"They forget the law, and - -

DoublePurposeLaxative Stand and Sit ErectYour pervert the" judgment of any of the ,:.:=p.w.gW; afflicted. Much of the sad disorderin : ""-:"':':'>' :":: > ,<=<:: > :
Gives the body politic is traceable di- N' TI .II$

youngster has now returnedto rectly to the door of the makers and 1
V 'S' '
More Satisfaction school and you have likely had sellers of alcoholic beverages.It V V

any condition of the teeth and .tonsils -- is a depressing and "disturbing t ,., I they .. : ,
I :
: say > :
be ;:::: :: < : {
Dont satisfied :
Just to relieve your inspected and when necessary thing when the leaders of a nationare ?] : J '

present this problem constipated more condition.thoroughly Meet by treated by the family physician and known to lean on alcoholic stim- .v.; { DOG SHOW II.for foot inspection f

toning up your intestinal system. dentist. If so, il is not likely thai ulants-the broken reed on which -

For this Double-Purpose, use Dr. you will receive any note from the man can only be pierced. The destructive ,t A "HALF-CATS' tractor trucks ,/

Hitchcock's Powder All-Vegetable Laxative school physician unless of course, influence of their examplecan ,;@t//' 11
tive. It-not en Intestinal only acts Tonic gently Laxa-and there is need for an examination of be imagined.III. B-;' WITH ONION''for anything very good

thoroughly but tones lazy bowel the eyes. For Personal Usefulness 4f "CAM EL"
muscles=giving more satisfaction.Dr. :'; : / for the favorite cigarette with men
However it is possible that ':,
your (Luke 11:13-16). ':,:t.'x', '
Hitchcock's Laxative Powder in the Army .V
helps relieve Dizzy Spells Sour youngster will need.some attentionof John was to be born into a life of (

Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that which, perhaps, the school physi- such blessed usefulness to God and 4 _
dull sluggish feeling commonly referred cian and nurse may not notify you.I man that he was to be a "joy andgladness" .3 : c ., V V'V V,, V
to as Biliousness,when caused refer to the
round shoulders and
to his parents, "great in 5
by Constipation. Use only as di- r CAMELS
rected. 15 doses :for only lOc. Large drooping head which is common the sight of the Lord," and instru- r
family size 25c. Adv..RHEUMATIC. among school children. mental in turning "many of the children ? SURE AREFRESHTASTING

What causes round shoulders? of Israel to the Lord." _

In America, we consider round Such a life is worthy of emulationon i
GET shoulders to be due to fatigue, "care the part of and '
every young man :
AFTER. PAIN 'lessness or weakness. In Great Britain woman. What is ,the secret of it? ,<' k4 AND EXTRA MILD

WltMllllcllll that will\ Prtvi Hull they consider that round shoul- Undoubtedly, fine Christian parent- THE/VE GOTWHAT

If you suffer from rheumatic nan ders cause the fatigue and V weak- age had much to do with it. .
or muscular aches,buy C-2223 today ness. Other elements also entered in, IT TAKES
for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. In most cases the round shonlders such as rearing and training, but of
Caution: Use only as directed. First are: due carelessness of the child, L : FOR STEADY
bottle purchase price refunded by great importance was the fact (v.
- druggist if not satisfied. GetC222FOR and the thoughtlessness of parentsin 15) that he was not to be driven by '? PLEASURE
not making the youngster stand the false stimulants of this world, ', X ____
. erect and sit erect. but by the infilling of the Holy Spiritof

. QUICK RELIEF Other cases are due to tirednessor God. No "wine nor strong drink,"
to weakness, and here again par- but being "filled with the Holy

,ents can prevent round shoulders by Ghost'there, young people, is the .'.. _____ :V.

Soothing Q A seeing that the youngster gets plentyof secret of a happy and useful life. 4p _

ANTISEPTIC O A LV fiL rest. Note that John was to be "greatin V'
Food enters into the matter of the sight of the Lord" 'V ,, V
Used by thousands? with satisfactory re erect (v. 15)- ', ,
tufts for 40 ye-rs-siJt valuable infredi. carriage. Fortunately most nothing finer or more distinctive b" 'V
ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write children are fond of food and the could be said about a man. That ,' :
Spurlock-Real Co., Nashville Teen.V diet in most households is rich In greatness simply could not exist FIRST IN THE SERVICE

vitamins, minerals, proteins, fruits -S
along with indulgence in "wine
V' The favorite with V
and cigarette men
sugar. Cod liver oil helps those drink."
strong Being with the
Gather Your Scrap; who' are a little "droopy." Spirit precludes the use of intoxi- V in the Army,Navy,Marines,and : : V5 V '

The simplest way to prevent round cants. Coast Guard is Camel (Based on
Throw It at Hitler! shoulders and maintain ,
an erect actual sales records. V
Let us bear that in mind when we )
carriage at all times is to stand tall are tempted to be led astray by the :' Se4S.VS4CAMELVVS
and sit tall at all times.
smooth arguments of those who talk"temperance"
and standing tall draws shoulders
as a ground for in- .
back, throws out the chest, and flat- dulgence. Our boys and girls-yes, ,
tens draws in the
or abdomen. Hav
our men and women-need
Leaf a con-
child stand
; "naturally"sideways stant warning against the evils of
JUST A Bram he UCK UAF 40' to a mirror, and then standas alcoholic liquor. (See Alcohol, a 'Deceiver -
DASH IN tall as he can, shows him instantly and
Depraver Destroyer, '
...' ;S PR E ADONj RO OSTSpBnHK"Applerto erect.how good he looks when he stands published by Moody Press, Chi 4 : S

cago.) V


The Clewiston News : WAC Enlistees- Hallowe'en Fun-

(Continued from j Look
page 1) to TheFuture
Friday In Clewfston, (Continued from page 1) Small. Silhouettes
With Al
Inc.Florlidaedbyvthe CLEWISTON NEWS, i I be directed by the Training Command Fort- There will be a costume prize I
j with Headquarters awarded to the boy and the\
Worth, Texas, which operates a
KEATIILEY BOWDEN Editor 'I'{ Air pre-school age with the best cos-
Our nation-wide network of Army
Boys tume, and prizes for each three
Forces Training establishments.
[ grades through the .school .
-one ...
Entered as second class mail matter Among specialized jobs to whichWAC's
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in y i will be assigned are to prize to grades 1, 2, 3, a prize to
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of p ; in theService I'' many : grades 4, 5, 6, a prize to grades 7,
!March 3, 1897.Sub'rlptlon which the Army Air Forces on the 8
and a
\ basis of close study of the effectiveness prize to grades 10, 11, After The WarYou
12, and one grand prize to
1 of women on a job believe : one
Rate $2.00 Per Year. with the most original
women as well or better fitted than I costume en- Will Want' To
o tered, regardless of
-Advertising Rates On Application. age.
men. An increase' in the efficiencyof
G' At the carnival and the dance
Army Air Forces posts is there-
awards will be made Build A HomeIt
result of the several ar-
: fore anticipated a
Devoted to the advancement and wel- as ticles, which have been
filling of of these jobs with donated as
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..: qualified women many during the recruit- money raising items. These includeone

; ment campaign in which practically turkey, one ham, two pigs, anda
The, surprise of the week for the' rabbit. A door prize ;will also be Will Pay You To
Army Air Forces post in the
service column is a letter from Shir-
given at the dance.
EDITORIAL. country will take part. Women interested -
NATIONAL ley Hunter, former stenographer at Indications
are that Your
I : in joining the WAC's will this will be Buy Lots
m iSSOCIATION' the Engineer office here. She wrote"I an event long to be
to visit remembered,
be given an opportunity
will appreciate your changingmy I both in the entertainment
Army Air Forces posts and observe line and
address from Jacksonville tread o as a money-raising NOWCLEWISTON
for themselves just how jobs in the event. The carn-
as follows: Pvt. Shirley Hunter, ival is sponsored by the P.-T.
occupational field which A. and
for they
Co. 5; 6th Regt. Second WAC T. C. all funds raised into
go the
would volunteer are being handled.
., Daytona Beach, Florida. fund.
............................. Thus they will know precisely what I -
c.. :..:..:..:.:..:.: :.:NLate : : : : : : : : : : : : : : "I enlisted in the Women's Army
will be expected of them after they
Corps on September 29th and am Every girl who
.1 signs up as a U.
have enlisted in the
undergoing my basic training here at corps. S. Cadet Nurse relieves a

Too To ClassifyBy Daytona Beach. The above address They will also be given an oppor- trained nurse for our armed competent REALTY
will be proper for the next several tunity to inspect WAC Barracks. vices. Hundreds more
RUSSELL KAY mess facilities, and recreation are needed
weeks. in Florida. In the U. S. and
rooms, and to interview AirWAC's,
Greetings to our newest WAC! Corps you receive training
with all
..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:...) That gives us two WAC's and two to obtain first hand information as expenses paid and a liberal monthly CORPORATION
WAVE'S from Clewiston. Evelyn! to their own suitability to Army allowance in addition.

Hare is also taking her basic training -' life. The Army Air Forces campaign the Inquire at l
While Chester Boles has madesome i hospital. i'
progress in his effort to clean at Daytona Beach. Jessie Maloy I I will emphasize' the fact no'I,
and Launita effort will be made to get a large ------- -
George have both com --
house in the OPA and has succeededin I

getting rid of a 'few hundred jack- pleted their basic training in the I number of wome nt ovolunteer. In :N.M."H N.M.N.1..N:N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.1.N.N: : :N.N.11.N.N.N.N.N...N.N.N. .N.
every case suitability of the womento
leg lawyercrats and a half dozen college WAVES. Jessie is in Washington,

professors- still has a long D. C., and Launita is at the Naval the available job will be the, r'H"
way to go. Air Station in Jacksonville. fundamental consideration underlying Christian ChevroletCompany t"rrr"l

w the acceptance. of the enlist
Such governmental agencies are a
Mrs. C. G. Wiandt, now of Miami, ,
lot easier to build up than they are At least ten specialized jobs for .
gives us.the information that her
to take apart. Even when Congress f.
youngest son, Bernard ,Leiter, has I which qualified women are soughtare 1
abolishes one it usually bobs up again entered the Navy and left Tuesday clerical. Among the scores of

bigger and better than ever under these are telegraph operator y
to report to Jacksonville to be communications -

another name. Congressmen thump' I sworn in. That makes the family I chief, telephone repair,! y y

their manly chests and shout, "We roster complete in military service. [ mechanical drafting, electrical drafting -' .

dood it." A more or less dumb j:(Louis Leiter has been transferred II cartographer, automotive electrician ::i:: ,Formerly Hub Chevrolet Company ': ::

populace claps its little hands and I .
crypt analyst .
from Tennessee to Miami Beach and '
says "Whee" when all that has 'mechanic motor vehicle : '
is stationed at the Rehabilitation dispatcher,

goldleaf changed is letters the arrangement on an office of door.a few center, which is a nice break with photographer, photographic labora- :_: _',:'".;:.. ., moved from .'.C' ;!" .'Yom"t ;. :," 0:.r..-\,.:;>: '.: : .

of his family living nearby. tory operator, blueprinter, photo + :. .< .. .:::
The subtraction six or eight
# interpretation and fingerprinting. ..
hundred legal lights at one whack I I t ...
Through on-the-air :
Henry Kolstad, who was first lieu- training and ex- ::
may.sound like a lot until you con- tenant in the Army Exchange Service perience WAC's become like other y?; Sugarland Service building to new home. :!:
sider the fact that I
they were simply soldiers, an- integral part of the
was retired following recent
subtracted from grand total of illness. Now completely recovered smoothly functioning war machine. I :;: across from Sugar Office Building. ::

2500 or more.A he is serving the army in a civilian I I WAC's, 'who volunteer under thel) y:
check would
probably y
new to enlist Air
capacity as buyer for the post exchanges program as y
that most of those released by the : He is at Camp Hood, Tex- will be subject to overseas service I y

berth OPA have with simply another agency.found another I as, and, Mrs. .Kolstad has joined him I precisely_ as our soldiers. IcJ I :;: will soon' be ready. to serve you with :!:

They that cold therlias'
Most of our troubles on the home we I C r -- ::

front( can be traced to the thousandsof / not yet appeared, but, the wind 'also stationed at Salt Lake City was I : : '.. -0" .____ fiCr;!:,

whistles like a Florida hurricane.. here, too. And M. C. Doke arrived ':;: THAT
inexperienced, incompetent and I I I GOOD GULF' GASOLINE ::

impractical "bright young' men" I Lloyd Kelly, who is Lt. (j.g.) on Mass.Wednesday, for his from first Camp :y y .?.
just out of college who want to ::
help' win the war with pencil, paper a minesweeper somewhere in the Atlantic I entering service. EdwardS'I :N: : :"N":N M N:M:H N N N:N:N N:":N:N N:N:H M:N:..:N:N:N N:N N:N N N:N:N:N:M:N:N N:N N:N..:N:N:M N:N;

has written
Pop and Marge
and a dictionary, or a flock of equally -
--------- -- -- -- -
- 0 0 u n
that they have chevrons on their
inexperienced professors who I I _
smokestack now. Like uninitiated
want to save us from ourselves
civilians we aren't sure what the I
through the application of some 1'\\
crack-brained theory. chevrons stand for, but we are sure

they mean some gallant action on the' By Who [ .
From them come most"of the im- now .
part of the
crew of the minesweey
possible questionnaires, rules, regu- ,

lations govern the and daily directives lives and that activitiesof today er. I I L. of Pahokee

Mr. and Mrs. America. Sandy Bell, after a stay in England Stuckey \

There is a story going about of the has been transferred to Oran, Bsrn

lawyer who addressing a witness but says he is'still a gentleman of

asked, "Now sir, did you or did you I leisure. He has been using his hel- Announces His Candidacy For ,Representative In i
met for in,1
everything but to cook
not on the day in question, or on any
he says, and is thinking of trying
other day or time, previously or subsequently -

say or even intimate to that next. r C M Y '
Il .
the defendant or anyone else, aloneor CONGRESS
This week has
with whether seen an
anyone, a friend or
a mere acquaintance, or in fact a number of service men at home on Via'y ,

stranger, that the statement imputedto furlough. Connie Clark arrived

you, whether just or unjust and Saturday, with his wife, the former
In The Created I
denied Iris Ford. His brother, Ed, finally
by the plaintiff, was a matterof .
made it up from Panama, after a v -
no consequence or moment or
otherwise? Answer ". very impatient period of waiting. ,
me, yes or no.
And the witness replied "Yes or I You see, Ed and Florine Moore were? Sixth District I

no what?" getting married just as soon as Ed I

Well a lot of the requisition :got back to the states; and the Navy| 1

blanks, application forms instructions kept postponing his departure day
by day, until both Ed and Florin q
and directives FloridaL.
that come in a I of I
never ending flood from the innum- nearly lost their pleasing smiles.

erable authorities boards and bureaus admiuistratives, commissions In, II However Florine met, the Ed in day"Miami finally, they came.were, L. (Lennie) Stuckey, a farmer and business man for 33 years in the Lake

Washington are on par with that, married; and after a brief stop het Okeechobee Region of Palm Beach coty, starts his campaign with the en-
went on to Philadelphia for few
with the possible exception that they I a dorsement of folks who have known him for several years.
are longer and funnier and are back- I days (to please the Navy) then he many ,

ed with I returned Wednesday and now has i ;
up a threat of a lot of years

in jail and a $10,000 ,fine, or both, I a whole month's* *furlough.. These Lake Region people believe in him, publicly endorse him. as a candidateand i
you fail to
answer or in
make a false statement. (Which- "Red" Stephens came down for : ask their friends throughout the district to consider his candidacy. .1':

ever is the greater.) very short visit from Greensboro\1 .
> *
As a shinning example of what a North Carolina (on a 3-day pass you\ Sara L. Creech L M. Lair J. K. BakerR. Ira YorkW. C. G Schaetz

bureaucrat lawyer and theoretical know it was brief.) Leroy Hare I II Neil H. ScullenW. Olaf Boe W. SandersJos. Tlllls Chas. E. Creel
college professor can do when they I arrived Saturday from Salt Lake M. Jeffries Louie Lee L. Hatton E L. Pope Frank. R. Bleech '..
A. M. PughC.
get their heads together on some City, and Wilbur McGehee, who is Norman Clarence Kennedy Maxwell G. Willis Thomas Miller L. L: KnightW. B. S Waring
J. B. Elliott G. HullC. J. A DulanyT.
Gene ButlerV.
problem like setting the Thadd Whidden W. Knight
price i C. DentonJ. W. P. Walker G. Coburn
on cabbage seed, the OPA found it I can picture those OPA professors H. IL McIntosh O. DardenZ. Chas. MoranC. O. W. Giddens Luther Jones ;i
necessary to and their InJSan W. WeeksT. T Ingram L.. Wilder H. GoldR. R. Y. Creech '
use 2,500 words in an- 2,500 lawyer assis- ..C. Richardson Sam Chastain Rupert MockC.
nouncing its decision. tants all humped over a conference Ronald S. Brooker Loyd W. C.Bass Lord D. L Hocks O. B. McClure C. Hull
O. H {
When we' consider the fact that table, working. into the wee sma' Tollv Touneblood Waldschlager Fritz SteinL. W. J White George M. MeadE. J.John R. Arant Kirk

the story of the Creation of the hours of the morning on this gigantic Archie R Harris Lou. E.BetznerC. Ill George Chas. W A., Ely Yon J.. Chandler G. Kllpatrlck Loel LenceT. .
J. M
world is told in Genesis in 400 words, problem-cutting out a word McMllllanChas. J. Fontaine A. RevelsR. Chas. E. Mine Frank Alvarez W.. L.L. Burns Kerr

the world's greatest moral code The here, inserting another there, check- Geo E Tedder W.. B.C. Eldon AllenW. Jack. L. ThorneM. Alspaugb Roy Irvin Vandegrift S BaconP. J. C MockEd

Ten Commandments, contains only' ing, changing, revising, submittingand Leroy. A. ThompsonH. AlexanderC. P. Hill T. M. Torbert M. Cate. Jr. Elick Barnes Chaney 1

297 words, Lincoln's immortal Get- revamping to make sure there A. Stoltenberg C. A. Boone Harrison Raou! R. J. Simonson W. W. Weeks
T. S. Kirk Page HuftyJ. G. W. Ferguson
tysburg address is only 266 words could be no slip up, on misunder- R.. M.L..ChamberlainP. ShaughnessyR. Sam BerryL. I. Freedlund Elmer T. Jones L.O. L.M.Shirley Moore:

and the Declaration of Independence standing, struggling for weeks, may- -Johnson.. Jr. .. P. ParsonT. H. ,L. Haney John Bolton Kahn R. B. MackeyA. :'
Tablt W. J. Elder Joseph
required only 1,321 words be months, who knows. Mrs. H G. Denton Sasser E. MorganW.
we begin Jack J. M EllIctt Pete Scuran .-
Sturgeon R. Hooker
to realize how ridiculous But William J. BuckC. G. M. Belk Walter Ashley. Herman SasserW. .
and idiotic
we shouldn't blame them. H. Lair B. Miller i
this W. McDonald Don Hillier F. A. Lerns i} II
bureaucratic nonsense can be- They are doing the best they*'can, Lamar Earwlck J. T Fuqua Pat L. BurkeJ. Leon SpoonerAbe A.H. HayesD. KeppC.

come when we dig down' in our the best they know how, slaving Sam E. M.J VanLandinKham nrmlnR Albert. T. Santee GantC. .. J.Leo Chastain MaxwellJ. / L.Dobrow Waters S. Spooner .

pockets and pay salaries to peopleso their lives away to make the world a

over-burdened with knowledge, better and safer place in which to

wisdom and super-intelligence that live.And Choose Qualified and Capable CongressmanPaid
they cannot a I
even announce a reduction I I you and me squawking about ;
in the price of cabbage seed in high taxes and asking where the Political AdvertisementTHE :

less than 2,500 words. I money goes, for shame.


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I I I I.
Tuesday for his base in Salt Lake; SCAVENGER HUXT, BIRTHDAYMrs. For Firewood, 1 18 in. and;
City after a visit of several days NOTICL: is HEREBY GIVEN that I'
I pursuant to Final Decree 4 ft. :
I entered on lengths contact the.
Personals I here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. : G. B. Thomas entertainedwith October-5, 1943, in the Circuit Court in ,

: i J. A., McGehee, and brother, Pat.' a scavenger hunt and supper I and Chancery for Hendry In a certain County,cause Florida therein, In laundry. Phone 36.

i Their sister, Miss Runelle McGehee,} party Saturday night to celebratethe pending: wherein Florida Land & Timber -

1'y I who is in training in Charlity Hos-: 14th birthday of her daughter ,Company and Annette, a Corporation Erandell ,Soter is Plaintiff and- O. 22-4U

Miss Marguerite Mizelle spent the ': pital in New Orleans, also spent a Mary Louise. E. Soter, her husband, et als., are De-

week end in Arcadia. I i few days at home during Wilbur's I The guests went out in groups,I fendants: will ,offer the undersigned for sale and Special sell at Master pub-- ---
visit., She returned Sunday to New each with a list of odd articles to' lIe outcry to the' highest and best bid-
I der or bidders', for cash, at the front For Immediate Sale
Orleans. find and return afterwards Mrs. -
... Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Bryant"spent door of the County Court House in
the week end in Bowling Green I Thomas served a midnight supper, the City of LaBelle Hendry County,
Florida, on Monday, the 1st day of No- 5-room house
I including a lighted and decorated corner
visiting relatives. I Clark-Moore vember, 1943, the same being a Rule
birthday cake. Day of said Court, during the legal
hours of sale, the following described San Benito and 'Ventura -.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner spent '- I II | Guests included Grace Ward, Ann property situate in Hendry Countv,
the week end in Fort Myers visit-i i Miss Edna Florine Moore became Winnie, Pat Bailey, Louise Prewitt, Florida more particularly describedas also
ing Mr. and Mrs. Ray Slade. I" the bride of Edmund Dexter Clark']! Jo Ann Crouch, Carline Berner, follows, to-wit ; duplex near

I I(1 in a quiet ceremony performed iu.:.: Harriet Alston, Shirley Owen, Callie All of Section 2 ,All of Section 8, Sugar Office
Trinity Episcopal Church in Miami Davis All of Section 10, All of Section 12, bldg. See
E. E. Kelly is spending several (I)I Rusty Owens, Bub and Gene All of Section 14, All of Section 18,
dl-YS'this week on a business trip to Friday, October 15th. The Rev. Mills, ,Bob Berner, Philip McLeod, All of Section 20, All of Section 22, Mrs.
( William Hiller, rector of the church, 1 Ben Bolton Charles Benbow All of Section 28 East Half of Sec- Sigler, Hooker'sPoint.
Birmingham, Alabama. Ray-
tion 32, all in Township 48 South,
+I officiated at the double ring cere- I mond Trice, Bobby Knight, Stanley of Range 32 East; AND All of Sec- O. 22-1 1 t.
mony, which was witnessed by the tion 7 and All of Section 23, in
Miss Tommie Lee Ellis is spend- ( Wright and Sammy Young. Township 47 South, of Range 33
ing several days this week end in bride's mother, Mrs. J. W. Moore, ---...' East:: ;

and Miss Beatrice Jacobs. BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs.
Alva. I with
Together all and singular the
j For the ceremony the bride chose tenements, hereditaments and appur- Household Furnishingsfor

Mrs A. W. Lawrence and Mrs.: I' a fall outfit of sea-blue with navy I R. C. Nowling entertainedher anywise tenances appertaining thereunto ,belonging the same or being in Sale. Phone 1

Urey Waldron spent the week end in !! accessories. bridge club at her home Tuesday sold to satisfy said Decree.H. 106-J. ,

,Miami. !i j Mrs. Clark is the daughter of I evening, serving a spaghetti A. RIDER, Mrs. Tyson. .

__ J. W. Moore and the late Mr. Mrs'l supper before the game. Mrs. G. H. As Special Master.

Mr: and Mrs M. W. Bigg were ( of Clewiston.' She is a I Small won first prize and Mrs. C. H., HENDERSON Solicitors & FRANKLIN

business visitors in Fort Myers Saturday the Clewiston High School and has I!I Berner second. Oct. 15, 22,for 29.XOTIC Plaintiff.
Others playing were Mrs C. L. ANTEDWhite elephants
been employed in the offices of the,,

sugar corporation here since gradua-. McLendon, Mrs. Curtis Thompson, OF .MASTER'S SALE
,C. V. Parkinson has returned from' I tion. Mrs, A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. Glen for bingo prizes
a two weeks' trip to the mountainsin Etherton, Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
The groom is the son of Mrs Fred pursuant to Final Decree entered on for PTA Carnival. Please
Western North Carolina. Topper and is a graduate of the Foy Durrence. October 5, 1943 in the Circuit Court in
. ---. and for Hendry County, Florida, in donate
Clewiston High School. He attended in any unused itemsat
Chancery certain
: a cause ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson left Mrs W. C. Owen was hostess to pending wherein Spessard L. Holland,
the University of Florida, and
Tuesday for Marietta: Ga. for a visitof members of her bridge club Wednesday as Governor of the State' of Florida, house. If are
was employed in the office of the etc., et als., are Plaintiffs, and Ben- your you
a few weeks with relatives. afternoon. Mrs. Horace Bestor
corporation until March, 1942, jamin Carlin and Dorothy Carlin, his
-- sugar won first prize and Mrs., Otto Larsen -/ wife, and Ralph S. Palmer are Defendants not ,solicited during the
when he entered the navy. He isAerographer's the
undersigned Special Mas-
Mrs. H. C. Avant returned Sun- second.
Mate, second class, I ter will offer for sale and sell at pub- next two weeks call Mrs.
day from a visit of several days at Mrs. Owen served lemon chiffon. lic outcry to the highest and best bid-I ,
, and has just returned from several der bidders, for cash
, or at front
St. Cloud. pie and coffee to Mrs Bestor Mrs.
months ser\'ice'in South and Central I door of the County Court House in the M. M. Prewitt phone 8..
-, Larsen, Mrs. W. C. Nail, Mrs. F., City of LaBelle, Hendry County. Flor- ,
America. He has a month's ida, on Monday, the 1st day of Novem-
Mrs. K. J. Baumgardner and Deane Duff, Mrs.N. V. S. Mumford,
ber, 1943 the j
after which he has been same being a Rule Day
daughter, Karen, of Moore Haven 1 furlough'l Mrs. C. J.. Nielsen, Mrs. J. E.. Beards-) of 'said Court during the legal hours
serve as instructor in :; of sale,
spent a :few days here with her mo- ley and Mrs. F. E. Conkling. the following described property -
Aerographer's school in situate in Hendry County, Florida,
ther, Mrs. S. J. Yoder. Lakewood'i) more particularly described as follows, SEWING MACHINE SERVICE
New Jersey. I to-wit:
BRIDGE TOURNAMENT ENDS All of Section 28, Township 43
Mrs. C. E. Nail went to West Palm I South, of Range 32 East; Parts for All Makes

Beach yesterday to meet her husband BKIDE-ELECT SHOWER. COMPLIMENTS FRIDAY j I The bridge tournament which. has tenements Together, hereditaments with all and singular and appur-the Buttonhole Attachments

o who arrived from Camp I been in progress for several weeksat tenances thereunto belonging or in
, Peary, Virginia, for a visit here. the Sugarland Park Recreation anywise appertaining, the same being I Used MachinesBox
sold to said Decree.
Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., entertained satisfy
I --- I Center closed with the weekly 11 Belle Glade
: with a buffet supper and kitchen (, H. A. RIDER, j
Mrs. E. E. the week
Kelly spent I games last night. Mrs. G. B. Thomas
Miss Christine Bell
shower honoring As Special Master.
end in Jacksonville with her sister, was awarded a twenty-five dollar HENDERSON & FRANKLIN
at the Leydig-Spicer residence. Miss
Miss Hood and her nephew, Robert war bond as grand prize in the Solicitors for Plaintiff.Oct. .
I Bell's marriage to L. A. Wolff will 15, 22, 29.WANTED.
Kelly tournament.
% take place October 30th.
I ,
i Mrs. Bell served tuna fish salad,!
C. E. Bailey motored to Cler- GARDEN CLUB TO MEET
mont Sunday for Mrs. Bailey who I stuffed tomatoes, baked potatoes, To rent from I EXPERIENCED, II

has been visiting relatives there. for hot rolls, coffee and lemon pie. I The Garden Club will hold its DRESSMAKING

i a week. The party carried out the shower regular October meeting next Thurs-, owner with possible I

I theme in decorations and day afternoon, October 28th, at the LIMITED AMOUNT OF WORK
to buy prefer
i Sgt. Leroy Hare arrived from ers ,of white and silver nOiSemak-\\ Community Center at 3 o'clock.. option ; I ,TAKEN

I SaltLake, City Friday for a visit with with a small bride and groom on house and barn suitablefor I l Call Mondays Thru Fridays Only

' _his ;'mother,. Mrs.Maud Hare. Mrs.l; I them were given as favors. The -. CARD OF "THANiS'We '' '' : .

Hare, met her son in Fort Myers, i house was beautifully decorated -- small.dairy with: 1 10 I PHONE 28 .I
1 with cut flowers. '
wish to thank our many
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kinsey spent I Guests included Mrs George E. friends for their thoughtfulness and to 100 acres of land. Pre-

Sunday in Pahokee with their daughter Crow, Mrs. Sinclair Knight, Mrs. expressions of sympathy to us in the fer East of Clewiston I

Mrs. Carl Kolstad and Mr. Kol- Glen Etherton, Miss, Florene Graham loss of our wife and mother. Your on I. M. COUSE!

., tad. Miss Bobby Spicer, Mrs. I. S. kindnesses will always be remem- highway with available '
, Bell, Sr., Miss Sylvia Bass, Miss, bered. Conn <>lor and Attorney at Law

Mr, ,and Mrs. F. ''M. Rodriguez left Martha Nail Alston, Mrs. R. 'l\[. W. W. Hooks electricity. Write fully. Hopkins Building

: Thursday for New Orleans, where Hare, Jr., Mrs. Curtis' Thompson and', Betty Hooks ttre lncsdays and Saturdays
they were called by the critical illness Miss Christine Bell P. O. Box 6446 Clewis-
I I'I'I I $gt. and Mrs. ,Yo,'V. Hooks, Jr ,I f 9:30 to 4:00
t' of Mr. Rodriguez' mother. Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. 22-2t. )
| R. R. Hooks.
i Mrs. R. L. Saxon and son, SHOWER FOR BRIDE i I

Thornton, and Mrs. R. F. Saxon, of 'I - -

1 Miami, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Evadene Moree entertained

C. A.' Thomas Wednesday (I with a miscellaneous shower anda ,. -
I bingo party last night at the honie I --

Mr. and Mrs B. L. Ingram spent I of Mr. and Mrs., John Kettl. The!L THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. . ..

i Sunday :,in Arcadia. MIr Ingram's I party complimented Mrs. Edmund : I }

mother, Mrs J. G. Ingram, returned D. Clark, who prior to her marriage I

; with them for visit. Friday was Miss Florine Moore. '

I -a Miss Muriel Merriam won stationery I r'iS e Ii

F. D. Upchurch of St. Augustine as first prize in the bingo games. =

I was a business visitor in Clewiston The honoree received an assortmentof *

Yesterday :Mr. Upchurch will be a lovely gifts from the guests. .1' <

candidate for governor in the May Those attending were Mrs. John Vf I I ". ;: .'.- ,
primary. I 1I Kettl, Mis. T. E. Markette, Mrs J. T9r1'-t
_____ I
W. Moore, Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor are I Connie Clark, Mrs. A. O. Oliver, Mrs.C. .
moving to Clewiston from Frost- W. Stephens, Mrs. Jack Kinsey, M tier sc

proof. Mr. Taylor has recently received -I Mrs Robert LaFlower, Miss Barbara I II

a medical discharge from the I Morrison, Mrs. Louis Langdon,I
{ .. I
I'Navy. Miss Muriel Merriam, Miss Letha
Stacy, Mrs. E. O. Ward, Mrs Doyle
,' Clyde W. Stephens of Greensboro, I'I Worth, Miss Leah Richaud, Miss

N. C., spent the week end here with l''Roberta Spicer, Miss Laura Mizelle I
I'. Mrs. Stephens. "Red": received o I. and Mrs Curtis Thompson.

three-day pass from the army and i I The hostess served cake and coffee c

left Sunday. to -return to his station. i I I at the close of the evening.. '' I

Sgt. and Mrs. Conrad T. Clark SHIRLEY BEX OW'S 11TH "

are, spending ,several days here with BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Topper. Sgt. ,

Clark is stationed in New Orleans
Mrs. Clarence O. Benbow 'gave a: !
and is on a short furlough.Mrs. I
surprise birthday party Wednesday I,
afternoon at the school building for
.' A. T. McClure of Gainesville, I :.> ,.
her daughter
Shirley. .
who has been visiting her sisterinlaw -
Mrs., L. N. Davis, left Sundayfor With the assistance of Mrs. Harold -! 4

LaBelle for a few days before Magill, 6th grade teacher, the I 1- -'" ;
party held at the close ) I
returning to her home.L. was of classes -

and all pupils of the sixth. grade "I .

L. Stuckey of Pahokee and were invited. \ '
Mrs., Benbow served ice cream and I
Paul Rardin of Canal Point were '
business visitors in Clewiston Tues- birthday cake to the guests. H $ {

day. Mr. Stuckey, a prominent 1 (I IIAT : 1\\
grower, this week en- r-- ,)
tered_ the race for congress from .the BUFFET SUPPER SATURDAY
new 6th district. "Judge, would you mind tellin' Charlie here during our 13 years of prohibition. What i\,

I Mrs. Charles Bolton entertained what you told me the other night walkin' you really vote for is whether liquor is going

;, Lt. and Mrs J. J. Graham, Jr., of with a buffet supper at her home home from lodge. I can't word it: just the to be sold legally or illegally..whether the :

Arcadia visited their sister, Miss I Saturday evening. The party was way you did." community is going to get needed taxes for :.,

Florence Graham, here Sunday. Mrs.J. I on the occasion of the birthday of "Sure thing, Tim. Here's what I told him, schools, hospitals, and the like, or whether I

J. Graham, Sr., who spent several -I her daughter, Mrs Joe M. ,Hall. Charlie. There's no such thing as votin' a this money is going to go to gangsters and

days here with her daughter Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Foy nation, a state, a county, or even a com- bootleggers. That's the answer, boys ... (

during her stay in the hospital, left\Durrence, Mr. and Mrs R: M., Hare, 1 munity dry. We had proof enough of that simple as A-B-C." !

with them for a short visit with Mr. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson, ,

and Mrs. William Johnson itt Canal I Mrs. E. W. Durst Mrs E. O. Ward, I I I..

Point before returning to Jacksonville -I i Captain T. C. 'Moore, and SergeantI I ADVERTISEMENT, TkU AfmttufMM*tpmuat**y Conftiuxt oJ'AlttJWU BtHragi ImiiuMm, Imt.i"RIDAY I

I Leroy Hare. _... ----1

I THE CHEERFUL O1BU& See Here, .1 Uncle }J1z1

I. sit said dream bef re. __, Pi'fYClt@ Hargrove! .. G.I; 5:

the "" cS
And grate For by Marion HargroveTHE "C 'Ilf: ..
long Feeling'snobler < Politics
such a tremendous
highe.r.Vhy' STORY SO FAR: Private Marion I drinks. I like my liquor straight.I'm "You will, brother," ,said Johnny. field in which to be bogus.
bKc Hargrove, former feature editor of a partial to' Scotch." "You will." A. hundred thinK that
even "North Carolina bas been Inducted "Hargrove,!.' said Simmons "will -not men do are
newspaper he said. "
"I'm a rye man myself, good for them, yet
cod l when it dies Into the army and is receiving The waiter, who had been standingby you please stop looking at my hair? survIVe. they

Shows that it bad been his basic classified training ai a at cook Fort and Brace.this coupled He has with a growingly disgusted face, I can't go ten I feet without being A scandal is something that

soul oF Kra. with his frequent assignment to EF have shrugged his shoulders and fetched reminded to get a haircut. As soon must be bad to be good.
: of the Old Enemy.His as I can find a minute, I'll get it
:'1 c"" made him quite familiar wltb the Company two tiny flagons Revenge at best. only
cut. faintly
: kitchen. H* has also_ learned a lot face sank a little at the sight, sweet, is generally
about the finer points of ",olclbrlcklnr"an4 but I manged to keep up a sophisti- "Are you really having a hard pointing wholly'disap.
of other favorite soldier pastimes. time of it?" I asked him.
cated front. I took a sip soda and
He has learned all of the popular army "Well, after that talk I got from When our soldier boys get back
the "Well here's look-
slang expressions. He has become well glass. you before I was inducted, I thoughtI to the farm we can begin to look
of other ing at and going down me.
acquainted with a number you for a ready-peeled '
rookJes-a's the first training period draws We managed to get through the would be going through hell for potato.,

toward its close this gang starts.to.breakup. meal all right, weakened though, we the first three weeks. The way you Too many people go through life
WNU Feature Hargrove himself is Just startinghis were by the firewater. I continuedto talked was terrifying, to say the pulling; at doors marked "Push."
first ten-day furlough. impress him. The only obstacleI least. So I prepared myself for a

hit was his reminder that I wouldbe much rougher time than I'm really
spending Thanksgiving on kitchen getting. =-. "
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT" CHAPTER XI 'police. "The drilling isn't_ bad at all. I

We parted when I told him I suppose my dancing has helped me liCKla.P"}

It's enough to drive a man to couldn't get out of a reception I there. Anyway, I even surprise my- 3F '"
drink. You get a ten-day furloughand ) had to attend at 2:30. I had suffi- self at it. '0)GIVE' '.

_ PHOTOGRAPHYYOUR head for New York. You moocha ciently impressed him and, with the "But the getting up and dressing
due bill on an ultra-swank hotel. aid of Providence, "might be able in ten minutes! I'll never be able to ,

\ PICTURE and NAME on 100 photo You say to yourself that for those to borrow money from him occa- do it. Everything is all right untilit YOUR
stamps, postage size from any photo' ox ten days will be all-out civil" comes to the
negative which is returned postpaid for $2. you an sionally back at Fort Bragg. leggins. struggle
Agents wanted. Bolland's, Dnlevillc, Ala. ian, you, will squander your sub- The meal cost me nothing, but with those things until I'm limp, CHILD J@l{
stance in rioutous living, you will the fifty-cent tip was staggering. If and I never do get them on in

WANTED forget altogether the fact that you worst should come to worst, I could time. Yesterday I just tied them on this cold-relief used when
are a soldier. And then what hap always hock my watch. If I had a for reveille and sneaked back and
WANTED-MILLS penny weighing scales. pens?
Your exact weight," big dial models. watch. QUINTUPLETSCATCH 1
Quote'lowest cash price. BABE LEVY, You wake up at six o'clock, no
ti. Ala. -JtlThanksgiving -
2830 10th Court South. Birmingham
matter how late you stay out the
night before. Then you can't go Day-with all Its
Pigeons-Wild Game back to sleep. You have to buy enor- roast Vermont turkey, its pies and COLD
mous quantities of civilian food to fruits, its candies, and free ciga-
rettes-was'just another day to me.
III., breeders of Wild Geese-Ducks. keep up with your Army appetite.You promptly
Fancy Pigeons RabbitS Pheasants. Pea- look in shop windows and see Phooey, to it., relieves coughing
varieties-prices and
fowls. All free. makes breathing easier
Our Orville D.
: books you'd give your wisdom teeth mess sergeant, one Whenever
the Dionne
for but think of in Pope, was disgustingly cheerful Quintuplets catch
you your purse cold-their chests,throats and backs are
FOR SALEFOR terms of $36 a month and the inner when he awoke me in the morning. immediately rubbed with Musterole.

man convinces you that you can't "Please go away," I said. "Just Musterole gives such wonderful results
because it's
MORE than
CENTRATION YARD. Savannah. Timber afford them. go away and lot me gently curse. alve." just an ordi-
sizer and 404-B Woods.P. "Oh Private Hargrove he nary $ It's what so many Doctorsand
O. Box 163 Savannah, Ga. You'd like very much to put on Nurses call a modern counter-irritant,
crowed "we have much to be It
your civilian clothes, just for a so actually helps break up local congestion -
thankful for. So very, very much! in upper bronchial tract, makes
LAMP, STOVE, PARTS change, but your friends think you We have" food, and warmth, and breathing,sore throat easier,and promptly aching relieves chest muscles coughing

n I freedom! due to colds. Get Musterole today
"Food, we've got," I growled. "In- IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild

COLEMAH I iPARTS ,cluding potatoes, with peelings to Regular and Extra Strong.

peel. This is my 678th potato this ,
"I can't ten feet
go without being P
morning. I don't need coal for
AND, SUPPLIESARE warmth when I'm bathing'myself in reminded to get a haircut," he said.

AVAILABLE TO sweat. And freedom? See, I am put them on properly later. I've

COLEMAN DEALERSSee laughing bitterly' It is Thanksgiving tried every way possible, but' I just

them for Parts and Supplies Day and I am peeling potatoes can't get anywhere with them."

Service on Coleman Products. and washing dishes for the "How are the 'fellows?" I asked Anchor Hoy Boat

''_ Mail us a postcard today for orgy. Phooey to Thanksgiving!" him. "Nice bunch of boys?" Years ago the navy had a work

Free Booklet-"HOW TO Sollie Buchman, the cook, who "I was surprised at them," he boat called the anchor hoy, an unconventional

KEEP 'EM WORKING". was a student with me in Battery A, said. "People I've never seen be- type of craft designed -

COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO. strode up humming that maudlinold fore, and they all go cut of their to raise huge anchors and

401 North Brood Street grammar-school: song about way to help each other. When we carry them to ships needing them.

PHILADELPHIA 8, PENNA "over the river and 'through the were first inducted, there were a lot Today, it'is forgotten except in the
woods, to grandfather's house we of fellows' I'd seen possibly'once or records: of the naval library at

go." twice before in my life and we all Washington.

High-Hat Trial a ''' "It is a glorious day," drooled Pri- acted as if we'd known each other

At any murder trial in Worcester You wake up at 6'o'clock no mat- vate Buchman. "It does my old since we were babies."

county, Mass., the sheriff is ter how late you went to bed. Then heart good to think of the expressionon "Then, too, I've already run

required by law to wear a tall you can't go hack to sleep. those ,boys' faces when they see across some of the boys I know. Acid Indigestion

hat' cutaway coat, and ,carry a that Thanksgiving dinner." Johnny here is attached to our bat- .

sword. look so pretty in your uniform that "Repress yourself, Pappy," I tery for'rations and quarters, and so Relieved In 5 minutes or double money back
When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocating
they won't let you pull the old blue asked him. "It is not to think of is Buster Charnley. They do as BM.sour stomach and heartburn,doctor usually
serge out of mothballs.It the dinner. I am thinking of the much as they can to show me the prescribe symptomatic the relief-medicines fastest-acting medicines like those in known Bell-am for

AS PURE AS isn't bad all the way through, sinks overflowing with, dirty dishes ropes and help me" along during this jiffy Tablets.or doableyour No laxative.money Bell-ana back brings on return comfort of bottle in a
though. awkward period. to Ufl.tic at all drngguts.
left those It
by gluttonous hogs.

MONEY CAN BUYNone For instance, I walked out of the was not enough that we had traysto -Pa- .
faster. Nono None safer. hotel the other day and ran into wash. Now we have to have Reading through camp' news.
surer. the other I noticed .sto.
St.Joseph Aspirin-world's largest sellerat one of the boys from my own ,bar- improvements. Now we have to paper day,
10)!.You can't buy that do china And ries written by Pvt. T. Mulvehill,
aspirin can racks, in New York on a three-day have plates. cups. And
more for you, so why ever pay more? pass. We exchanged the prescribed soup bowls. And silverware. I hate Private Thos. Mulvehille, Pfc. Tom
Demand genuine,pure St.Joseph Aspirin. comments on the smallness of the progress!" Mulvehill, Thomas Mulvehill.(pfc.)
and various other authors whose
world and I saw a sparkling oppor- "Better leave the lad alone, Pap- SimpleRelieyes'paih
Himalayan Peaks tunity to spread a thick layer of names bore startling resemblance to
py, sighed Sergeant Pope. "He is Mulvehill Pfc. and sorenessFor
There are more than 50 peaks hokum. I could make the lad think pouting and will not enter Into the Thomas collection of Pvt. or and
exceeding 25,000 feet in height in I was one of these filthy-rich privates spirit of the day. He has done wrong The literary relief from the torture of simple
contributions PAZO ointment has been famousfor
journalistic to the.Fort Piles
the,Himalayas. you so often read about in and is paying for it now." Post all marked the more than thirty years. Here's why:
the papers. Bragg were by First.PAZO ointment soothes inflamed
-paI same flair for rhetoric, the true gift areas,relieves pain and itching. Second.

The kind bills,that before go about flashing was dawdling over a huge choco- of gab, and a certain rich and gor- dried PAZO parts ointment-helps lubricates prevent cracking hardened and

How To Relieve $1,000 unsuspecting late nut,sundae the other night at the geous sentimentality. In the midstof soreness. Third. PAZO:: ointment tends -
headwaiters. to reduce swelling and check bleeding.
Service Club cafeteria when Johnny a factual story about a group of Fourth, it's easy to use. PAZO oint
"Won't you have lunch with me?" Lisk walked in with someone college girl choristers coming to ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application

Bronchitis I asked. Then I added, quite casu- who was a dead ringer for Simmons Fort Bragg for a concert, the stead tell you simple about, thorough.PAZO,_intmeat.Your doctorcan
ally, "I'm stopping here at the Jones of the Charlotte News staff. journalistic strain would suddenly

Creomulslon relieves promptly because Astor." Anyone, who is a dead ringer for burst into brilliant and majestic I

it goes right to the seat of the His eyes popped faintly, but a Simmons Jones can't be anybody phrases such as "The Blankth BatJ.
trouble to help loosen and expel good soldier never passes up a free, but Simmons Jones I decided, so talion recreation hall willburst into
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature meal. We went back into the hotel I gave the low whistle. The two golden sound next Tuesday night w

to soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw, tender mem-, inflamed and into the terrifyingly smart din- saw me and came over. when the angelic voices of thirty DON'T LET

branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa ing room. I.smiled, condescendinglyat It was Simmons, all right. He lovely Zilch College young ladies
bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding the headwaiter, to make him looked as if the two things he needed present a recital ._ ." or "the General's CONSTIPATIONSLOW

quickly allays you the must like the way It think I was a cash customer at the most at the moment 'were a haircut I'' little eight-year-old son, awed YOU UP

to have your money cough back.CREOMULSION.or you are hotel, and he led us to a table. and a kind word 'of sympathy. He 'I' by the solemnity of the occasion, O When bowels are sluggish and yo*

"I'm afraid you'll find the food had the look of utter futility known : clung to his daddy's hand through. feel irritable, headachy, do as million

here depressingly 'dull,' I told my only to ,those who have been in the out the impressive ceremonies." do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modem
laxative. Simply chew
for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis comrade-in-arms. "No ortolans or Army for less than ten days. II This is what is known as the Mul FEEN-A-MINT-chewing-gum you go to bed;

hummingbird tongues. They seemto "Well boy I asked him "howdo vehill Touch. taking only in accordance with package:
WNU-7 42-43 go in for plain but wholesomefoods. The Mulvehill Touch is supplied at directions-sleep without being elite
Won't you try the breastof you ,like the Army? "And you Fort Bragg by the Public RelationsOffice's turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough
don't need to lie about it. irrepressible and inimit- relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
hen with'a of Onion
guinea sip
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes is bandy
Soup Reine?" "I don't think I'll ever get usedto able whirling dervish Black Tom and economical.generous family supply
it," he said. "I've been pushed Mulvehill fantastic and '''unbeliev-
"I don't care if I ,do," he said. costs onlyIQt
"I ain't particularly particular and crowded and yelled at for a able Irish tyro, who came from New FFEN4I-MINT

about what I eat." week now, and it doesn't get any York City by way of Salt Lake City,
And Your Strength and better. Maybe I was just born to Utah. Mulvehill of the great head
"My nerves are all shot," ,I remarked "
Energy Is Below ParIt be a civilian. and the shaggy locks, Mulvehill of

may be caused by disorder ot kidney airily. "New' York tires "You should have seen Johnnyand the lumbering walk, the man of a Two-Headed Match
function that permits poisonouswaste me dreadfully. I have to run about me when we got in," I told him."That's thousand faces and a thousand Double-headed matches in Eng-
to accumulate. For nolens volens-that's Latin for
maDJ'people willy-
feel been only four months ago, voices-Mulvehill is the Public Re-
tired weak and miserable land are helping to solve the
when the kidneys ail to remove excess: nilly-from one night club to an- and here we are being condescending lations Office's one spark of true
acid. and other waste matter from the old :hatch shortage.
other, brushing up on friend-
blood. and fatherly already. Them glamour, our hope of immortality.
You may suffer naggIng 'backache, ships And I'm getting so tired of were the days, weren't, they?" Mulvehill is everywhere at all
rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness: shows and cocktail parties! Won't
retting up nights Ice pains, swelling.Sometimes I Lisk sighed deeply. "Simmons times. Out of every hundred photo-
frequent and scanty urination you have a slug of hootch with me? don't know the trouble at all," he graphs taken at Fort Braggofficial -
with smarting and burning Is an- have "
I've got one.
other sign that something is wrong with said. "When Hargrove and I had or personal, professional or am- z 1
the kidneys or bladder. He gulped nervously, and replied been in three or four days, they' ateur-it is safe to say that the
There should Is wiser be no than doubt neglect.that promp&treatment Use that he didn't care if he did. I no- slapped us on KP and almost killedus I flexible face of Private Mulvehillwill

Doan't Pittt. It Is better to rely on a ticed with satisfaction that he was first thing. Then, the next day, I beam out at you from ninety- ,
medicine than that something has won countrywide;leas favorably approval taking in all the propaganda,' about they put the two of us to cleaningand five of them. Photographers have i

ed known.Doan't have been at all tried drug and stores.testrDr",7edae night clubs, shows, and cocktail par' painting GI cans until past sup- no idea of how he gets into the KILL 'EM WITH

ties."I'm per time." pictures, but a picture of any "Rec" > Efficient ELECTRIC
a man of simple tastes my- Simmons knocked on,wood. "Well, hall in the Center will show Mulv- >65 YEARS STEARNS1 ;
DOAN SPILLS self," I said, lifting both eyebrowsto they must have forgotten me. I've hill playing ping-pong. (He's Ute ore > Economical RAT*ROACH PASTE

give my face that bored-expresI been in the Army a week alreadyand nearest the camera.) AT YOUR DRUGGIST 35C & $1.00 ,

I sion. "I can't stand these silly mixed I haven't been on KP yet." (TO BE CONTINUED)


i Lazy Fellow .W ouZdn.'t 61Cut C4'rry.A! t 1!' t Y.rlt'"r t

u Pass Up Such a ChanceOn
a certain plantation a work-
man loved ease and fishing. When
t he wasn't fishing he was loafing. I

: Last Time Two 'Ifs' One night there was heavy rain, A little horseradish and lemon If coconut is a little hard for _

r "How's this?" asked the lawyer.. Hubby-Darling do you realize that and the next morning all the low juice mixed with mayonnaise desserts, soften it by soaking sev-.
makes a good sauce to serve with eral minutes in milk fruit
"You've named six bankers in if you knew how to cook we'd save places on the plantation were or juice
money? flooded two feet deep. Passingthe tongue. *
Of .
I your will to be pallbearers. i
Wifie-Yes, dear; and if you knew workman's cabin the '
owner 'If
course, it's all right, but wouldn't pillows are forced into pillow
! you rather choose some .friends how cook.to save money we would keep a found his man seated in an easy- Clean powder puffs are handyfor cases that are too small for them,I

i with whom you are on better chair fishing in a puddle of water. cleaning silverware; use one the cases will soon wear out.

terms?" Put Her at EaseA "Here, Henry, you old fool," to apply the polish and another .. i.
"No. Those fellows have car- snob wrote saying that she said the owner, "what are you I to do the buffing.

ried me so long that they might as hoped schoolmaster was very doing?" When dampening arid rolling up

well finish the job." particular about the class of boys "Buss," said Henry, "I'm fish- Old tires that can no longer be the wash before ironing, put at .

allowed into the school. in'." used, but without holes, can be the bottom of the basket the pieces

Schoolboy-You'll have to buck He replied: "Dear Madam, so "Well, don't you know there are made into chicken troughs and wa- you like to iron best and which are

up, Dad, we got only 40 out of a long as your son's fees are paid no fish there?" terers. Cut the tire in half' directly the easiest. That way, the last of

hundred for last night's home-. promptly, there will be no ques- "Yes, I knows that. But this opposite the opening to make a the ironing will go fast and seem
work. tion as to his antecedents." 'ere place is so handy! chicken trough and you have two. easy.IF.

MOTHER-IN-LAW CHEERS Aborigines of Australia THROAT .

LONG SOUGHT RELIEF! Still Practice 'Hoodooing'"Pointing

the bone" is a well-
Had Been "Irregular"for known and curious feature of Aus- ;
Years 1 IF A COLD has given you ji
tralian aboriginal life, of great an-
miserable throat
.-.--...-.-.--...--..--..-.......-...-......- ---.-.,.___-.-----.-.-.----. '-..-.--.---.- tiquity, and still of practical use. a here's how to sore relieve the,
Have you often despaired of It is a remarkable form of "hoo- suffering. \
ever. finding normal regularity? Instructions 7640 contain directions for doo" and is frequently used by
DO THIS NOW Melt small lumpof
where .
12 articles pattern parts necessary.Due
all read this ;
Then, by means, un-
aboriginal to the death
one ensure VapoRub and ,
on your tongue .
solicited letter: to an unusually large demand and
of another. feel the comforting medication
current war conditions, slightly more timeis
law Tor had many Buffered long from years common, tay mother-Ia-constipa a required In filling orders for a few of The "bone pointer" is believedby slowly trickle down your throat-
tion. She used to take aU kind of pills and the most popular pattern numbers. bathing the irritated membranes
relief. Upon 7640 his victim to cast a spell-a blessed relief where
medicines, but got no lasting Send order to: -bringing you
,,- starting to use KELLOGG'S ALL-DRAM your hoodoo-over him. So great is the want it, when you want it.
her trouble cleared up. She feels like a
effect of this'on the
the She wanted DIe to psychological Rub throat
new person says. Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. DO THIS TONIGHT- ,
tell "the world how your' product helped V 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI. untutored'mind of the savage that chest with VapoRub. Its long am-
;i. her. Mrs. Moline Balis. 734 East.lGOtli he is unable
to it. He
Street, Bronx. N. Y. Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to overcome tinued poultice-and-vapor action
; How do scientists explain the cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. yields to the malign influence, be- loosens phlegm, relieves irritation.

apparent"magic"of KELLOGG'S :............. comes greatly depressed and even-' eases
ALL-BRAN's relief? Simply tually dies.Medical ing, coughVICKS
Name ............................... restful
thus;: ALL-BRAN is one of Na- men who have investi-,
of ...................
ture's most effective sources 0cr Address .......... gated such deaths apply the term
"cellulosic" elements lack of
which in sufficient amounts in the "obsession and persecution com- 'Dixie' Written on Wall

diet is a common cause of con- Comfortable Chair plex" as the cause of death. The original score of the song,
stipation! These elements help the "
"Dixie, was written on the wallsof
friendly colonic flora fluff up and It's Easy to Make a theater in Montgomery, Ala.Tropkaljjj' .
lighten the colonic,wastes for easy,
natural elimination. KELLOGG'S Photo 2,000OOOSq.Miles
ALL-BRAN ,doesn't work by
THE war ,is bringing many
"purging'or by "sweeping you
I changes in the things we use
out. It is a gentleacting"regu- The U. S. department of agricul-
and the things we do. Women as '
lating" food! ture has taken aerial .
I just photographs
If this is trouble eat well as men are learning to handle
: your ,. .
of miles
tools. If chair is 2,000,000 square or
: KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN regu- a lacking we tn.oss onuwrw
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, !' if you don't find the welcome relief l.; springs we find a way to make it this country, in order to help' determine -

;I you've hoped for! Insist on genuine comfortable anyway. That is the desirable changes in land
ALL-BRAN, made only by Kel- spirit of the times. use for various kinds of crops,

t: logg's in Battle'Creek.SNAPPY Perhaps you have made lawn says Collier's. The work, which

chairs all with straight cuts of the produced 1,300,000 air photos cost

hand saw. Have you ever stoppedto $8,000,000, or only a fraction of the Most of Tree UndergroundThe

i realize that it is almost as easyto sum of producing the informationby largest part of a mesquitetree
ground surveys. is below the ground. ;
FACTS cut curves with a compass saw? ,

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With p t Cs SP011e j.N.G ttl
South America supplied 65 Sir R'.M
per cent of the world's rub- IT'S not only fun, it's patriotic to ,Ip
ber needs in 1890, while !in your gifts this year. So I Ii
1922 only about 6
per cent
out with needle, crochet hook,
came from that section. Far
,East plantation devel.pment paste pot and paint make
accounts for the drop in the this exciting bridge-table cover, I
demand for Amazon Valley mirror frame, or ingenious hanger
rubber. with pocket for belts and gadgets. PAftERN 611ETUOL Y Ix
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Synthetic rubber Is defined as a beauty and a tufted cushion distributes M..lIdSSM.N+uIeL.0.taara.MOfL

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form a substance having the
not missed 'so much. The
chief characteristics of crude rubber.In 1
In White House BathroomThere's curved pieces of the charming

1938 the total of American- chair sketched here are shown at 1 ( 1
controlled rubber plantationswas the left.
an interesting picture of
about 260,000 acres, .
Prime Minister Churchill and
mostly in the Far East. These NOTE-Mrs. Spears has prepared an
plantations produced 40,000 1 ,President Roosevelt working together actual-size pattern for all the curved sec-
tons in "How War Came to tions..of this chair. Complete dimensionsand
i annually, or about 8 percent The WARM MORNING amuing,patented .
i ..of U. S. imports. ,America," just published in Eng- directions for the chair constructionand interior construction principles produce beating
for making the tufted cushion, with
I land.When list of materials included. This is pattern efficiency that has astounded hundreds .
Mr. Churchill was stay- 265 and costs 15 cents. Send your order to: of thousands of users throughout the Nation.
ing at the White House in Decem- The only coal heater of its kind in the world I

I / ber, 1941, he and the Presidentwere MRS. RUTH WYEXH SPEARS Semi-automatic, magazine feed Holds
S.B.FGoodrjch looking for the right phraseto Bedford Hills New York 100 Ibs. of coal Burns any kind of coal,
describe the Allied nations. In Drawer 10 coke -or briquets NO CLINKERS You ..
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President Roosevelt had an inspi- a substantial fuel savings Requires less ti
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his bath. Quoting from the book: ModeI12OB LOCKE STOVE COMPANY '

'How about the "United Na- See Your Dealer 114 W. 11th St. Kansas City 6, Mo.
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l lI again to rinse the last of the soap flag for the first time on Capt.

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the margin of victory. !' learned that Mr. Turk last year's'I
L. L. StuckeyContinued Clarence R. Bitting I be Marty Waldron, and Richard' principal, had sold the football I'ed milk and production sufficient labor is provided, a
goal of 347 million
captain, were 'also outstanding equipment to the Belle Glade '
Award .Pape, game school pounds could be attained,
Gets Scout' Clewiston in order to which
i for the Tigers. apply the moneys received would be 95
from Page 1) percent of 1943.
I out-gained and out-passed the Ter- for it on the purchase price. The I Egg
;Palm Beach County budget commission quarterbacking and company from which the production at the same level,
I ( riers poor equipment 19 million dozen
and a life-long Democrat.The bad blocking and tackling] cost them was, ..bought had never been paid in,I number of hens was requested. The
: pullets would be
principal industries of the I full for it, and the
of Bitting, Inc., heavily. I equipment was I increased 12
president percent
congressional Bitting, to 2,605,000,
:newly created sixth Paul Whid- sold and a part'of
Donald Lundy the debt '
Roy paid lap i while
i lof New York, and of the United the .production of
chickens for
agriculture, cattle, poultry
District are
: that way.
outstanding for the Moore Carl Berner I
den were was named flock
dairying, commercial fishing I States Sugar Corporation, Clewiston, I replacement would be reduced
( Haven Terriers. by Mrs. Conkling to represent the I 9 percent to
received the silver antelope, highest 5,300,000. Commercial
Stu pointed '
and tourists, Mr. key I This Friday Clewiston, will journey P.-T. A. on an Athletic Council
Wednesday to broiler production
been jaward of the Boy Scouts, would be lowered
out. Through the years he has to LaBelle to take on the Cow- be formed of three, town membersand from 5,688,000
with -"| night. t 04,447,000 and
:3n constant contact representatives two school
various industriesand The presentation was made at the boys., members to be in turkeys would be reduced from 120-
of these
I charge the atheticaffairs..
Line-Up 000 to
regional 110,000.
I final banquet of a two-day
His activities -
their problems.
knows E Beardsley, Volunteer', hostesses
business ciVic and fraternal conference of 700 scouting executives Clewiston Pape, ; for the P.-T. Sows to farrow In both spring
in I
have been state and volunteer leaders, in session E; Poole, C; Martinez, E1 Thomas, A. sponsored Friday nights at the.,and fall would be reduced to 91 per-
novice in ,Washington "[ at the Ansley Hotel. C. I.,. Em B; Waldron, B. .. Community Center are Mrs. 1\1. M. I:cent, or 105,000 spring and 86,000
Vide. He is. no Farnam, E Lang- Prewitt, Mrs. Melvin : .
,, regional chairman, made the Moore Haven: ; Pape, Mrs. Carl fall.
having served Florida' growers Person I,;presentation. ford, E; Stalls, C; Adkins, B; ,Whid- Berner and Mrs. F. E. Conkling. I The goals for'cattle
Washington and calves
various committees on i jtm
I I Bitting's citation was in recognition den, ;B; Lundy, B. I farms would procure a 5 increase
trips through the ;years. i percent :
of his service to the several Moore Haven ........7 7 7 627 Food Production I to 1,095,000 next
year, but
Mr. Stuckey realizes the many I 6' 0 1628If
Florida citizens -I.thousand employes of the sugar corporation Clewiston'.6 I this number would be considerably
wasted hours spent by .
which Emerson describedas Prom I reduced by 1945. ,.'
: in filling out complicated federal the war continues as favorablyas ( Page 1)) '
"human engineering. Sheep and lambs
believes that elimination cent of the past on farms are expected
forms and season's fol-
canned citrus acreage
at Florida
"His enlightened policies have -present I to remain at 23,000'head..
of red tape and inefficiency done much for his several thousand fruit and juice may be served to our : Naval stores production is !
would result in a happier and more I boys for breakfast in Berlin this Cabbage, 15,000-150; green peas, expected
to their to continue at
both physical
employes, as the same rate, 64,300
:contented citizenry as well as more winter. Twenty-five million boxes ,(Continued from Page 1) ,
'surroundings units. }
and their opportunities I I ,
':efficiency in government. 000-67; ; Jima rbeans, 5,500-102 '
of Florida canned fruit and juiceare ; 'I'
for mental and cultural. advancement While no goals were set for home
.'"Americans want fewer promises ," Emerson said. "His required for our ,armed services. snap beans, 63,000-109; celery, '8- gardens, the group was emphatic in
and more down to earth action," Mr. I work in human engineering in this Those who are employed in citrus 000.-91; cucumbers, 7,500-115; the belief that these should be increased

,Stuckey said, "and I feel sure they I connection offers a pattern :which production are just as much war eggplant, 2,000-118; tomatoes, 40- in number, size and quality.Johnson's :-
:are interested in an opportunity to (could be acceptably followed by workers as those who build ships or 000-157; escarole, 2,000-133; ;
iarn a decent living after the war-' other large' corporations in planes. watermelons, ,17,000-113; straw-
instead;: of federal relief;" He stat'oed the postwar period." I berries, '1,5058; carrots, 1,000-

further that he ,believed in '"peace I The magazine, Business 'Y ekl 143; Iceberg lettuce, 2,000-118;
by force, with, justice." predicts plenty of trouble for OPAl peppers, 7,500-106; miscellaneous Fish Camp I
Plant Is
'_,Mr. Stuckey pointed out that announcement -: Dehydrating and WFA when their appeal vegetables, 12,000 acres and 88 per- (Near Hurricane Gate)

of a specific platform at subsidies comes up shortly in Con- cent.With Clewiston, Fla.
this! time would be premature, as I, Sold to Jersey Firm gress. The plan calls for paying the I total feed supplies short. decreases Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service

many changes: : are likely between I farmer more and selling to the consumer in numbers of most animalswere Rates Reasonable .1

now and next May. In the meantime The dehydrating plant which was at a loss to roll back the cost requested. The group expressed W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

'lie' will spend a great deal of time established. ,by F. L. Williamson of living, but as taxpayers take ,the the: belief that, if the price is rais-, ,

familiarizing himself with the problems and operated by him for the rap either way it is not popular 1( "-- '- --.

confronting the new district I past few years as the Everglades with Congress. I -- --1---- .
:and in aiding South Florida farmersto Milling Company, has been sold by T -

produce a bumper crop this year. Mr. Williamson to the Woburn De- I Standing of Girls- I

greasing Company of New Jersey. l

,No, Charge Is Made The new company is operating the I #i r .'x.. ;
plant to dehydrate castor bean (Continued from Page 1) KYOlfcan't

In Death Of Allen leaves, which abound in the Ever- 4th grade, Mary Edith Sutton, 410.I

glades section. This liquid thus 5th grade, Joyce Turner, 118. 60..
1! obtained is used in the manufactureof 6th grade, Peggy Powell, 987
No action was taken by Assistant Agricultural Insecticides 'known' 7th, grade, Shirley Owen, 900.
"State's Attorney Sumter Leitner of as Spra Kast. 8th grade, Shirley Krueger, 50. I

Arcadia, who was called to Hendry The Woburn company ,has plantsat The sale of dance tickets will count I Buy ( D :: W

County by Sheriff Bill Maddox to in- Woburn, Massachusetts, Harrison, towards the election of a queen for f s

vestigate the killing of C. A. Allen, New Jersey, Toronto, Canada, and the carnival. This contest will remain War Bonds
local electrician, who was beaten to Brooksville, Florida. The change in open until midnight of Satur- ; k &! r

death by J. C. Williams in the Williams operation of 'the local dehydratingplant day, the night of the dance. At '

Apartment Thursday night of will be the starting of a new that time the winner will be introduced -

last week. Allen died Saturday industry and crop in this section of and she will chose her rvr... .
afternoon in an Arcadia hospital. the state. king. Each grade in high school has ;
I an entry in this contest. They are I :ii'
Witnesses were subpoenaed to tes- 4At' {
I 'iify'at the investigation which was I Football Boys To 9th grade: Margie Allen; 10th grade, ;

I "held in the ,court house in LaBelle Dorothy Sealey; 11th grade, Par-
melia Bourne; 12th grade, Mauryne [11
Tuesday It is said testimony Play Here Friday Prewitt.
brought out the fact that Allen:, who :
'lived in the adjoining building, had '- Any who purchase dance tickets ,

entered the apartment and was at- The first home game of the sea- but do not attend the dance, may

tacking Mrs. Williams when Mr. son will be' played October 29th at send their ticket in with the name

Williams, returning, was attracted 8 o'clock at the high school field of the contestant they wish to elect. I
(by her screams for help. here in Clewiston when the Moore In each instance the queen will

JUlen is survived by his wife, who I Haven "six"'' will return for' revenge, be the girl receiving the highest :.I 3&

'-was in Wauchula at the time. I following the 28-27 victory which number, of votes, and the remaining I Open a savings account. keep ft growing
contestants will in
Clewiston scored over them in Moore be her .
Haven last Friday evening. court.

FOR SALE-Dodge truck tractor I The Clewiston Tigers opened I II
War Bonds &
with 22 ft. Fruehauf van-Refrighted their football season with a thrilling Buy Stamps

trailer-New' tiresExcellent -I victory over the Moore Haven Vocational Work-.
'condition-$3,750l.OO.: Ford Terriers, scoring 16 points in the

cab over tractor truck with 22 ft. last 4 minutes of the game and closing -

Kingham Van tratler-Rec ndition-I the game on the Terriers 4 yard I (Continued from Page 1)

.-good tires $3250.00. All steel line. women 'of the community to take.

20ft. open trailer-good tires-Air Buddy Poole was the individual I advantage of the equipment and
j brakes and fith wheel, $800.00. Can star of the evening, scoring two of work at the center.

arrange for responsible party to have Clewiston's touch downs on runs Mrs. F. E. Conkling, president of I!

half purchase price financed over after catching two passes and doing the organization, was in charge of'I'

12 months. See BILL CLARK at some vicious tackling. Eric Thomas the meeting. The, group: voted to

1030 South Wilson St., Bartow, Fla. kicked two field goals after touch- help with the securing of athletic I

Phone after 6 P. M. 8450. 3t downs, the latter of which proved,to equipment for the school. It was

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