The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00967
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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 29, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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:- SOCIAL CLUB IS 1: I:Ration Board Thanks !j i VICTORIOUS TEAM 3,113 Ration Books 4 I l OUTLOOK BRIGHT

r Volunteer Workers Are Issued Locally I I'I


L l The local OPA ration board and The Clewiston ration office has

YOUNG PEOPLEA ;clerks wish to express publicly their GAME MONDAYThe I'I handled 3,113 war ration books No. OPENING TUESDAYThe

.1 1'thanks for the assistance given last 4, which were issued at the Clewiston
week in registration and issuing
] School, Bare Beach Commissary and
Ration 4. Principal M. home
first of the football -
Peoples club to provideadditional I Harlem School. This is a fair indication sugar house of the United
Young recreational facilities and H. Stroud, and all members of the season will be played on the of the population of Clewis- States Sugar Corporation began
II school faculty, Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- football field in Clewiston Mondaynight I operations for
opportunities in Clewiston has been ton'at the present time, although crop sea-
recently organized with R. R. Dacey ford, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. Gene November 1st, between the there are always scores of -\] son yesterday morning and ,smoke

and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt sponsoringthe Powers, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Clewiston Tigers and the Moore Haven uals who do' not get their books atl will pour from the four tall smoke-
]I Bester Mrs. Jean Reahard, '
H. A. Terriers. This should be one the regular registration and apply stacks continuously until the end of

The group. is gathered togetherlargely I Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. M. A. Thomas of the best games of the season as I for them later. the crop.

on group a social basis at present, I and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker handled the Terriers will come down de- The local ration office is in needof Prospects for a normal harvesting
l the registration at the local school. termined to, avenge their recent de-I operation
but 'plans to take an active part in some kind of heater. Anyone are more bright than last
civic affairs and to 'cooperate in all I I Mrs. E. W. McLeod, Mrs. Elsie feat at the hands of the Tigers. having a heater that is suitable for season, and Vice President and Gen-

worthwhile movements in Clewiston; Risener were in charge at Bare Clewiston 'won a thrilling last minute the space the office is now using eral Manager Jay W. Moran says

A charter and by-laws are being I Beach. Amos Thomas and his helpers 28-27 victory over the Moore Haven will be doing a 'great favor if they that an adequate supply of labor, is
issued the books to Harlem and team in their first encounter. assured the
;- drawn up which set forth the can lend it to the office. corporation through the
of the organization as alms'1 Townsite residents. Everyone is urged to attend Mon ------ labor procurement division of the

promoting day's game. All funds are for the War Food Administration.
community through -t I
school's athletic association, and an Jamaican labor has been securedfor
friendships. I CANNING TOPIC
After a preliminary meeting the I ICARNIV AL AND evening's entertainment that will much of the field operations, although -
than money's worth is there is
". gathered at the Community give more as- ample work for all
, group ,
Center last Friday night 'and form-I I sured. OF TALK GIVEN domestic labor that has remained in

ally organized. They elected officers [DANCE BY P.-T.A. Last Friday the Tigers scored a the employ of the corporation or
bruising 18 to 13'victory the who have returned for
over another sea-
follows: president,
Davis; 'vice-president, A.. J. Thielen,][ I LaBelle Cowboys. The Tigers' spot- AT GARDEN CLUB son in the Everglades.The .
Jr; secretary, Geneva 'Thielen; treasurer FOR HALLOWE'ENStanding ted the Cowboys a 7 to 6 lead at the first field operations were

Lorine Jones. It is planned half, but scored two quick touch- started Tuesday in the Eastern division -

to have a board of directors con I I I of contestants in the downs to take the lead and staved M. H. Sharpe, local vocational ag- where the first laborers were

sisting of the above officers and two Grammar School Hallowe'en Queen off two LaBelle thrusts. Clewiston riculture teacher, was guest speaker assigned. In two days a sufficient

'members chosen from the roll. Julia I I contest Thursday night was as fol- outgained and outpassed LaBelle, at the October meeting of the Clew- supply of cane was ready ahead of

Dyess is acting as reporter for' the lows: but as in Moore Haven frequent iston Garden Club held yesterday the mill that grinding operations

group. I I: Bethia Mueller, 1st grade ........ 132 I j'fumbles near the Cowboys goal line,afternoon at the Community Cen- could begin.HENDRY.
Another meeting will be held tonight I,Patsy Casper, 2nd grade ..........1657 thwarted scoring attempts. ter. Mrs. E. L. Stewart, chairmanof

at eight o'clock in the Com- I Joyce Bartz 3rd grade ...:........ 254 Marty Waldron, Tiger fullback, the civic committee, was in chargeof !
munity Center. It is 'planned to scored all three touchdowns and was the .
Mary Edith Sutton, 4th grade 5011 prorgam.Mr. RAISES 112
the individual ground-gainer. Sher-
have weekly business meetings un- Joyce Turner, 5th grade .....:.... 324' Sharpe gave a resume of the
til the group is well organized.A .. Peggy '''Powell, 6th grade ..........2543 wood Hall was the' defensive tackling canning center, and the work done'

list made up of those who: have Shirley Owen, 7th grade ..........2563 star. .,. there in -the past. He urged more PERCENT OF THIRD

attended the meetings or: indicated Shirley: Krueger, 8th grade ......2039 Summary: ., Clewiston ladies to take advantageof
\ ] LaBelle .................:..7 0 0 6-13
their desire to join the gro'ip.in- The contest closed 'at noon today % the center with its facilities for
Clewiston .........::.....0 6" 12 0-18 WAR BOND
\ eludes Margaret VonMach, Gloria'McDuffie and the girl having the largest num- canning. Much new equipment has QUOTA

Louis's loath: Dick Owen, ber' of votes will be crowned at" the! been added since last season, and it

Lorine Jones, Julia Dyess, .George I carnival Saturday. The cr.owningl) is prepared to help local housewives I .' -

.. Bragg, ,Margaret Williams, : John I ceremony will take place at 7:30; FARMERS ASKED make a valuable contribution to With the official tabulation of

Haines, Jimmie Davis, Carl' Bar:: I the' other, contestants will serve as I Victory by preserving every possiblebit the Third War Loan campaign completed

; stow Wilma Hutchinson, AJ:1: maids in the court. of our winter vegetable crops. .Hendry Couqty 1 is credited

Thielen. Jr.; Geneva Tbielen* Betty.; .,Indications now are that this will TO MEET ,FOR Mr. Sharpe, also stated that lie under- with raising 112: percent of its quota.

_./ IMcDuffie. Marilyn Davis, be the largest carnival and the most stood there were hundreds of glass Assigned the task: 'of raising; : ;302-

: Marvin Blount Robert. 'Stewart, successful from a financial 'stand- [FARM BUREAU containers at the Armory in Fort' 310 through' war bond sales, thecounfy"s

c : 'Evelyn Lee, Catherine Jackson, point ever given at the Clewiston \Myers, which would be given free sales actually amounted* to
J-"... "._viShprwood; ,Hall n;, Ma -:i7. ." Caldron, school. All moneys go into the. I -4., ," -' -. .-.- to anyone who called for them 'and 562766. i\

'' .f._ \.4!raCk 'Bui9he'tt'Jerry: '"GreenbeTgeVJack ;; PTA.' milk fund. '... : I A meeting"of. all farmers in Glades. who wou.ld' use them! in their can- .. Florida passed the .158745527.

.; Waters Costumes will be judged of all I' '- -I"- :50 mark in sales of War Bonds
i.;' Bill QuickC Rob Ruet,I and ning. S- 13 1= : ;cd4! :
_. Hendry counties has been called
:"belores school pupils and appropriate prizes i])I against its quota of
Ross, Sarah Carrithers, j' for' Tuesday evening, November 2, Mrs. O. A. Jones'read an Interesting $117,000,000
: Janice Wynn Reed ,Cleary, Billie will be awarded at the Carnival to-I'I article and thus stands eighth in the nation
at eight o'clock in the Glades County on landscaping the front '
Andrews, Laura Ann Owens, Joan nigt.for. the_ best costume in the,'' '- New members and second in the south in the number -
house at Moore Haven.: The yard. of the group
Walker, Evelyn Dyess, Dorothy .various age groups. I'I'I'c is for the purpose of organizing .-I included Mrs. Robert Westmoreland, of bonds sold in proportion to

Sealey, Mary Nell Christian, Bar- Following the Carnival: the P.- a Glades-Hendry unit of Mrs. Willard King and Mrs. F. E. quota. The state sold 135.7 percentof

bara Morrison, Renee Wethingtonand T. A. is sponsoring a Hallowe'en the Farm Bureau. The organizationand I Hunziker. Mrs. David 'C. Hancock its quota. v., ,

Laura...Bailey.OCTOBER Dance at the Recreation Center. the purpose of the Farm Bureau I was a guest. %. I I : -i'"",,r; Every county:. in Florida reached_
--- There a queen from the high school
will be explained, and it is hoped Hostesses for the afternoon were]I and passed Its uota. Twelve counties -

grades will be chosen. These contestants that at this first meeting officers I Mrs Deane Duff, Mrs. E. W. Durst,i Glades among them sold moreE

CALL -, are Margie" Allen, Dorothy and-directors will be chosen for the r 1Mrs. _J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall. bonds than the total quota for all
Sealey, Parmelia Bourne and Maur- bonds set for them.
.. Glades County'stotal
'I new group. i -.,.,' _,- Members attending were Mrs. J. E.
yne Prewitt. There will be jars bond
The Federal Farm Bureau is one Beardsley, Mrs. Charles Bolton, purchases were 164 per-:
I labeled with these at the door
SENDS names cent its
MEN TO of quota.
.(Mrs. Gideon Brown Mrs. Deane
of the dance, and tickets will be of the most democratic and success. \ i
I ful organizations of its kind in the Duff, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. E. W. The sales of War Bonds to individuals '
placed in the jar with :the name for i
nation. Durst, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. O. reached a high peak in
l The county bureaus get together -
.CAMP BLANDING which the vote is to be cast. The .
I contestant whose jar has the most, and chose the leaders in the I Jones, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. A'I Florida. $27,800,000 worth of E
I state I King, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mi bonds, $2,800,000 in F's and $6-
I tickets in it will be the winner and I bureaus, and the state bureaus I I
JJ. Fred Morrison, Mrs. N, V. S'I 300,000 in G's besides the great
chose the national leaders. this
.. Nine white men were in the -j i will be crowned at midnight. Morris i I
volume of other
Mumford. Mrs. Nielsen
C. J. 1\Irs.1
( national leaders because
t tober call from Hendry County in < : Weiss' orchestra is furnishing way are chosen -
r they represent the farmers C. M. Pirkle, Mrs G. N. Pitzen, Mrs. bought by individuals marked a real
the Selective music for the dance.
Service quota and left .
.. i themselves.The Gene Powers, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, record. Throughout the nation individuals -
on October 25th for Camp Blanding -- I I Mrs. E. L. Stewart and the president, bought 101 percent, while
and military service. I Red Cross Farm Bureau has been the I Florida
i CompletesAll Mrs.. W. L. Lott. Individuals bought 138 per-
I most influential organization in
Included in the cent the
group were Orville of quota set.
Strayhorn, who transferred Quotas Assigned Washington working for, the farmer's -
to Fort r RATIONINGCALENDAR Treasury officials in Washingtonhave
interests. The Bureau has been
Ttfyers where he now resides, Ed- ,. complimented the
organized in the State of Florida very success-
ward William
Heath, Seth Cranston The local Red Cross surgical I ful Third War Loan campaign in
Daniels for only two years, but"during th.ittime J JI
Rain-, dressing room workers are enjoying Florida and have expressed their
has been able to accomplishmuch I I I J '
ey, Clark Davis Emery, Carey Beech-
a much-deserved from appreciation of work
i vacation their for the farmers of the state. I (Prepared by OPA In Jacksonville) the splendid
-er Sollay, Robert ,Raymond Duet, volunteer duties as bandage-makers. J done in the state
James If the Glades and Hendry farm- Blue Stamps: X, Y and Z expire I
Dwight Do by and Arthur
Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs. E. L. November 20.
Monroe Howard.Twentyseven ers band' themselves together in a I
Stewart, cochairmen'pf this important Bureau they will be able to take Green Stamps, Processed Foods: A'// Bell Bread Truck

negroes were included -i work'have announced that I part in the work' of the state or- B and C, Book 4, 'valid Nov. -
in a call October 5th. They all material which has been received 20th. I
ganization. F. D. Yaun, county Overturns Near Here
were Lonnie Coleman, Willie James by the room has been made up I Brown Stamps, Book Three, Meats I
; agent, and John Tiedtke, one of the
Marshall, Clinton David Williams into bandages, and the will
state directors of the Farm Bureau Oils: C, D, E and F expire October
( QUillar': Lee Stapleton Leroy Holland closed until another shipment is 1'13-1 will attend the meeting Tuesday) 30; G valid October 24, expires Dec. Bread deliveries in Clewiston suf-

Johnnie Woodridge, Sears: ceived. night. 4; H valid October '31, expires Dec. fered a slight setback this morning

: 'Charles McBride Willie' ,Lee Smith, Mrs. Lanier says that'this is the I I 4; J valid November 7, expires Dec. when the Bell bread truck overturned
Jack 'E. :Thomas 'I The state convention of the
Willie Jefferson, first time the local room has been ida Farm Bureau will be Flor-I' 4 ; K valid November. 14, expires just south of Moore Haven
Grady Gilbert, Turner Bass, Amos ahead of its quota and it Is not Dec ,4.Sugar. en route to Clewiston with bread
Abner Deckton, known Lakeland November 4th and 5th.) -
Sylvester Wheat when another
just shipmentwill
No. 14, five pounds, for local stores.
Continued On
( Page 8)
Frank Simmons, Johnny Murry, Jr.,' be received. Notice will ,be JI I
15 and 16
expires October 31 ; Nos. It appeared that the steering
Jimmy Jones, Hossie Hicks, Roscoe given in the
newspaper when the Masons To Observe {canning, expire October 31; No, 29, equipment of the truck went askew
Carlyle Sanders, Joe Henry McCoy, room Is opened for work again, and
4 5 pounds, valid Nov. 1, expires -
I I Book I just as the truck approached the
Iras Horton, John Jordan, Jr.,! it is hoped that"a generous response ,
Education WeekAn Jan. 15.
curve. It put one more dent in the
.James Edward Hawkins, Melchise will be made at that time, so the "
Doc Shoe Stamps: Airplane No. 1, : fender of a U. S. S. C. car driven by
Koon Wilmer work
Ivery Hinger, can go forward rapidly. I
James William Kitchens and Book 3, valid Nov. 1; Stamp 18, one of the time-keepers, but the
meeting in observance of
Norman Gotten.Mumford open Book 1, valid Indefinitely. j j time-keeper] saw the truck was out
. State Geologist 'Reports National Education Week will be Tires;' Persons entitled to 601 ''of control and managed to get far

held by the Masonic Lodge of Moore miles per month gas rations eligible enough out of its way that no more
''t : Winner Finding Of ,Oil Haven 1
.' '.., Tuesday Thursday evening, Novem-i for Grade 1 lire serious damage was done.
?J ber 4th, beginning at 8 o'clock.
In i Gas: No.6, Book A, good for 3 The truck overturned on the pavement -
Kiwanis I
Quiz Herman punter, Florida state There will be a special programon gallons, expires November 8. No. I I and although some of its load

geologist Monday confirmed that I education, with talks planned by .A-8 in new book, good for 3 gallons, I II was damaged no one was hurt. in
Dr. J.' W. Ezelle conducted a oil has been recovered by the Humble Principal M. H. Stroud of the Clew-I valid Nov. 9. the accident.

_ monthly Time quiz contest on cur-' Oil Company from an Ever- iston school and Principal M. O.l j I Fuel Oil: No. 1, new series, -----

. Tent events at the Kiwanis Club 'I glades well, according to a news release McCord of the Moore Haven school. Jan. .3, 1944. expires The annual convention of the Flor-
r "Wednesday evening Prizes were of Tuesday morning from Tallahassee The main talk of the evening will ida Farm Bureau Federation will be

,awarded in war savings stamps and and said "plans are now be made by Bernard Myer, instructor Keep Book 3 held at Lakeland, November 4 and

first prize was won by N. V. S. In progress to shut off the highly of history and athletic coach in Reports that Ration Book 3 will 5-it was announced by Secretary

,Mumford,. and second by E. M. Cor-I concentrated salt water which has, Clewiston.The bo scrapped when Book 4 is-issued, John Ford. Ed O'Neal of the Amer-

'nette. I so far, been produced in rather program has been arrangedby are untrue. Even though Book 4 ican Farm Bureau Federation, Chi-

At the next meeting the underprivileged -I heavy quantities with the heavy a committee. consisting of W. C. will go into use on November 1, cago and Washington, will addressthe

child committee, it. C. dark oil." Owen, N. V. S. Mumford and S. C. housewives will continue to use' the meeting. Headquarters will be

Wilson, chairman, will be in' charged Gunter made this statement after Stalls and the public is cordially in- brown stamps in Book 3 for ration- maintained at the Lakeland Terrace

the program.. (Continued On Page 8) vited to attend. (Continued on Page 8) Hotel. ....




_ Pf'ivate Hargrove! 'SUNDAY 1 Lesson qHOUSEHOlD\I

"by: Marion Hargrove"6C.". B.V. i'ti B. By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. I To sprinkle clothes for ironing)I
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. use a clean whisk broom or a bot >

THE STOny SO FAR: Private Marlon "I didn't come to compliment no- merely a pair of shoes (partially Released by Western Newspaper Union tIe with a perforated* top.

Hargrove, a newspaper man. before his body nor nothing," I said, laying my laced), a pair of trousers, and a To avoid losing a* handkerchief
induction into the army, has been receive cap' on the corner of his 'desk. "I field jacket. The field jacket, when Lesson for November 7 placed under a bed ]'
ing his basic training at Fort Bragg, just came in to see if the War Department buttoned all the way to the collar, a pocket pillow, try'sewing I ,.._
on one side the ,
N. C. lie has gone through the "hardest" of shirt and tie of
is mad at me. Theyhaven't hides the absence Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected pillow
weeks of his army career and has been cent of salary the is none the wiser. and copyrighted? by International case. -
classified as a cook In addition, he has given me a -and sergeant Council of Religious Education; used by .
spent a considerable share of his spare since the first of October." I In Headquarters Battery, the permission. Some chopped olives and sweetor
time on KP duty. He Is familiar with the "What in the sweet name of heaven process of getting up in the morn- sour pickles added to cole slaw'''
finer points of "goldbricking" and "shoot- are you talking about?" the top ing has sunk',into a rut of repetition.It's THE SACREDNESS OF gives an interesting new flavor ,
ing the breeze." lie has mastered mostof kick hooted, handing me back the the same procedure every morn- HUMAN LIFE ':
the army slang expressions and has cap. "We've had two regular pay- ing. Three tablespoons of light molasses -
rather completely adjusted himself to And leader LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:13: Matthew substituted for three table
days, including the one today. Sergeant Roughton, platoon 5:21-20. 3845.GOLDEN ;
training I camp routine. As we pick np at six o'clock spoons of the liquid used in mak
and some of ,, we've had two supplementary pay- toots his brass TEXT-Whosoever hateth his '
the story Private having Hargrove and are rolls for people who missed the reg- and a few energetic soldiers at the brother Is a murderer. John 3:15. ing bread pudding will add much

his about buddies to hand are the mess supper sergeant his ular paydays." other end of the squadroom rise to the flavor of the pudding.Marriageable .

t share of the day's abuse.CHAPTER "Mind you," I put in, "I'm not and begin the morning with sicken- Human life is sacred-and ,there
complaining. I eat regularly and I ingly cheerful horseplay. They yank is a very important reason why thatis

have a roof over my head. I can the covers off their neighbors. The true. It is not because of any law

XII get haircuts and movie tickets neighbors yank the covers back on. of man, but finds its foundation in

and cigarettes and shoe polish on Private First Class Bishop, un- the fact that God created man in
Orville D. Pope, Mess Sergeantof credit, but I certainly would like official guardian of the public rela- His own likeness and image. Be- '

Headquarters Battery and mas a little cash spending money from tions staff, rises from his bunk whichis cause that is true; no man has any ATIO
ter of all he surveys (so long as he right to take WOaLGS LARGESTSELLER
time to time. next to mine. "Hargrove! Bushe the life of another for

stays in the kitchen), strolled past "Well," he groaned, slapping his mi! Get up! Salute the morn!" Then any cause except at the direct com-

our table like a his happy saloon.night-club desk wearily, "here we go again he yells down the length of the mand of God. Only by the orderly

owner inspecting Hargrove, the boy who makes a squadroom to the bed of Private process of law for the protection of DaughterA

.. Photographer Bushemi lifted .a top kick's life exciting! Hargrovethe First Class Thomas ("Thoss") Mul- society and in accordance with the plate placed over the door of

forkful of creamed potatoes to his hopeless-the sloppy bunk on inspection vehill. Word of-God may there be any such a' house in Egypt is a sign that

mouth, made a sour face ,and inserted day ,the soap in the soup, Mulvehill, every morning, has already action by man toward man. the family living there have a

the potatoes as if they were sea- the thorn in the side. Hargrove, the been forcibly ejected from One cannot deny that human life daughter of marriage age.

soned with liniment. Don Bishop, boy who can take the simplest his bed by his wild neighbors. He is held rather cheaply in many

the public relations reporter who problem and reduce it to its most is, by this time, sitting on the edge places today. War helps to create

sometimes shows a streak of sheer confusing form. Now let's start at of his bunk, with his great head sunk that attitude on the part of nations

sanity, lifted his coffee, held his the beginning and take the ,whole between his knees and his fingers which makes them count ,boand$ Relief At Last

nose and drank it. thing slowly. You haven't been paid fumbling with his shoelaces. In a girls, yes, mere babies, as "war ma-

"Sergeant Pope," I said in a small since October first. How come?" thick and fiery Irish brogue, he is terial."

voice, "earlier in, the course of this "That was because when the No- berating whatever forces of destiny But not only in war, is. life care- ForYourCough
I told you that I had never lessly destroyed. We the
supper decry
vember, first payday came around, put him in this mad corner of the
drier than1the
tasted anything harder or "slaughter of innocents"
I had just got here. I signed the squadroom.I on Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
bread you served us tonight. I highway, unnecessary death in in- it goes right to the seat of the
October payroll in my old battery. stick a cautious toe out from under -
want to take that back, Pope. WhenI dustry, yes, even in the home trouble to help loosen and expel
said that, I hadn't tasted your "All right," he said patiently, the covers. The outer air isn'tcold I. The Prohibition of Murder germ laden phlegm, and aid nature

peanut butter." counting off a finger. "That's one but, then again, it isn't warm.I (Exod. 20:13). to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -

"You're the only ones I ever, hear payday. That brings us up to No- roll over and look at the next The word "kill" in this command; branes.Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell mem-you

griping about the chow in this bat- vember tenth, the day of the supple ment is one which means a violent a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding -

tery," said Pope. "You're the only mentary payroll, when you should F and unauthorized taking of life, and you must like the way It
have got the missed on quickly allays the cough or you are
ones I ever have trouble with. You pay you is therefore more .properly translated to have
your money back.
three and Mulvehill. If I'll pay for the first. Did you sign the supple- "murder."
food won't take all mentary payroll for that occasion?" c CREOMULSION
your you V Not all killing is murder. A man
your meals at the Service Club?" "Yes, sir," I insisted. "Then when may kill another entirely accidentally For Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis

"Let's leave MulvehilTs name out the supplementary payday came or he may be the duly consti-

of this," I said. "Poor, poor, old around, something happened. Or to tuted legal officer carrying out the Chinese Deceive
Mulvehill. We knew him well. He be more correct, nothing happened.I law of the land in taking the life of
"deceive" the spirits Chinese
was a good boy, was the Lieuthomas. still didn't get paid. one who has forfeited his right to ,
parents give an only son
." "That's two paydays you missed," live because he has slain another. '
"I noticed the place is so'quiet to- the sergeant sighed. "I will-check There is also the right of self-

night that you can even hear Bu into the second later. Now-what defense, be it individual or collec-

shemi eating His celery," said the about today's pay?" tive as in war. But these are the IRRITATIONS OFCAUSE;

sergeant. "Where is your dear "I missed:; out on that one too. The only exceptions; let us not attemptto S KI s N EXTERNAL

friend Mulvehill, the bum?" battery commander couldn't find my justify any other.
acne pimples, bumps (blackhead), and
"You have run him over the,hill," signature on the payroll." Murder is more prevalent than ugly broken-out akin.! Millions relievo O.

said Bishop. "Your food land'?':your He patted me' on 'Both shoulders, most of us suppose. Some years I'V miseries Goes to work Vith at simple once. Direct home action treatment.,aid( .

mess hall, and your brutishly foul a little heavily, and I cowered. ago we were told that there was a healing, works the antiseptic way. Uq
mouth have driven him away. He "Wait just a, minute, Private Har- murder every forty minutes in our Black and White Ointment only as dl.rected.We .
,25c,50c sizes 25 years success*
has deserted from the Army and grove," he said 'sweetly. "Let sar- land. With the general increase of Money-back guarantee. //tar Vital la

his guilt is upon your hands." gie-wargie see what he can find out "Git out of there or I'll dump you crime, and of drunkenness (whichso cleansing is rood soap.Skin Enjoy famous
.Black and White Soap dally
"You know the one thing that's about the nasty old payroll." out." often incites murder), the cur-,

missing from this meal-the one He returned in a few minutes bunk, where Private Bushemi is rent figures would probably show an

thing that would make it perfect?" frowning wearily. "Private Har- increase.Do For
snoring gently. I roll back, get comfortable ONLY lO Now
asked Bushemi. he sighed "dear Private not forget the deaths, the destruction -
grove, ,
and the over
pull cover
of life, by avoidable auto- Less than
"Ice cream? asked the mess ser Hargrove! ,You didn't draw your head. .-
my -I
mobile accidents. Some of these
geant. pay on the tenth of November be-
"Hargrove! roars Bishop. "Get were really murder because the one
"Chloroform, said Bushemi. cause you weren't here on the tenthl
lazy bones out of bed! It'sfive
your responsible drove with defective
slapped his forehead You And
Pope mightily. were on furlough youdidn't "
"Why couldn't I have been a sign the payroll for today be- after six! brakes, dangerous tires, or while he
"Call me at ten after six I mut- was intoxicated. Add to these the
dud-picker, a horse valet, a suicide cause you were on furlough while it ,
submarineman anything but a was being signed. Your modest pay ter. "Better still just sing out when deaths in industry caused by failureto

mess sergeant? Where is Mulve- my name is called at reveille." provide proper safeguards or,

hill?" He wrinkled his forehead. Private Bishop reaches over sud- healthy working conditions, and by a dose

"Say! He wasn't here at break- denly and rips the blankets from the exploitation of child labor and Use only as directed.

fast either." the bunk.- rise, cursing him soundly. we 'say that we should cry aloud, !

"Nor lunch," said Bishop. "Nor Private Bushemi is still sleep- "Thou shalt do no murder." I I

supper, nor lunch, nor breakfast yes- ing, with a sweet and childish smileon II. The Provocation' to Murder
terday." his face. I lift a foot and give (Matt. 5:21,22).

"He has gone over the hill," I him a firm shove in the posterior."Git Murder finds its provoking cause

said, gloomily. "He has deserted." out of there, you blankerty- in the heart of man. Our Lord was

"Let's see," said the sergeant. blanked dash-dash, shiftless, good- concerned about correcting the desires SNAPPY FACTS "I

"He wasn't here all day today and for-nothing bum!" I shout, giving rather than to apprehend the I

he didn't come in yesterday and he I him two or three more shoves. "Git offender after the act had been com- ABOUT4RUBBER I

didn't show up for supper the night i out of there or I'll dump you out!" mitted. It is the better way, and

before last. Is he sick?" :]- the more effective one. I
In this matter of murder Jesus !
"He would have
been said
Bill, a friend of Bushemi's and
op, "if he hadn't got a decent meal mine in Charlotte, drives a' street cut right through the outward as-
pects of the matter and pointed out
soon. bus. Before he began his serviceas that an angry hatred in the heart is i
"I remember Mulvehill
can just driver he served hitch in
a a
the root of all murder. If we hate,
like he here with
was right us even
the Like all ex-service
Army. men, in hearts. Cir- In the 45 between 1889
we have murder our years
now, I said. "He was a fine, no- he's ready to drop everything and and 1934 the output of rubber .
cumstances hinder' its fulfill-
ble, sensitive lad. He had a beauti- shoot the breeze time the may the Far East
"Wait just minute Private Har- just any produced by
a ment, but the danger is always there
ful career before him in the
Army. from halfa
conversation turns to the Army. plantations jumped
he said "Let
sweetly, sar-
grove, until we remove the cause.
Fate can ruin any of us by tossing in ton to 98 per cent of theworld's
gie-wargie see what he can find out "There was a young first-class Just being angry-calling our
the tiniest little monkey wrenchorthe -- supply 1934 ship
toughest little biscuit. I hatedto about our nasty payroll." private got on my bus last week," brother "raca" (the modern equiv- ments'were 1,000,000 tons. ,

see Mulvehill go over the hill." he told me, "and he sat in the alent of which is' "nobody there"), The first official record, that I
for October has been in the battery long seat behind me, so we got and calling him "th >u fool," which for 1899, shows that four tons '
Acton Dennington Hawkins the safe for three weeks, just waitingfor started talking. Well, I thought I'd classifies him as "morally worth- of rubber were produced from

Third, chief cook, passed by."Where's you to get around to picking it snow him under, telling him about less"-these are the three dreadful 4000 acres under cultivation.The .
your friend Mulvehill?" he up." '" the time I was in the Army. So, downward steps to murder. And
asked us. He took a small envelope from be- just to start the ball rolling and get greatest enemies to the long
"Oh," said Bushemi', forgetting the hind his back. "Twenty-one dollarsfor the'talk turned to the Army, I asked' they III. begin The Prevention anger. of Murder heat life of, oils natural, greases rubber and are solvents.sunlight,
play, "Mulvehill's on furlough. services rendered through the him how long he'd been in.
of the
(Matt. 5:23-26, 33-45). The ultra-violet rays sun penetrate
The mess sergeant rose with a month of October. Harrumphl! Minus 'Oh, I've been in for well over Prevention with God means more the surface of rubber, caus-
roar. "The day shall come!" he two-forty for theater tickets minus heat deterioration -
months he said like he ing It to oxIdize causes
eight was than putting up a barrier to keep us
screamed. "You'll all be on KP one I a dollar for haircuts, minus starting his thirtieth ,and oils develop swelling
just ol He deals with the
year from l killing.
of these days! Oh will and making the rubber
you suffer seven dollars for canteen checks. softening
service. Then he started his
and will I !I wiping heart, and thus puts the whole life susceptible to damage.
enjoy myself 1 Finish your Private Hargrove, I present to you more
sleeves so I'd be sure to notice right. It is ''not even a question of
supper and get out of my 'mess your October wages-ten dollars and
his private-first-class stripe."I .
I I how feel against our brother. -
hall! Get out! GET OUT!" sixty cents!I" may
thought I'd let him blow off If he has aught against us we
-a- I took the looked at it ten-
money, about his stripe, so I asked him, are to do all we can to win him. He
"As if I didn't have enough trouble 'I derly, and crammed it into my 'Say, what does that stripe stand may be unreasonable, grasping, and

'on my hands with payday," said pocket. for?' unfair. However, the spirit that will

Top Sergeant Tate "now I have to I -Pa- 'Oh, that,' he said, as much as win him is not that of retaliation or '

be exposed to the sight of you. Be Winter, at last, is upon us, in the to say aw-shucks-that-ain't-nothing. sullen submission to the inevitable,

brief." rear ranks, the surest indication is That just means I'm a sergeant.' but rather a free and willing going

"Sergeant," I began, "when I to be found in reveille.All 'Is that right?' I asked him even beyond what is required.It .

hear people say a soldier can't live' through the late summer and looking sort of widemouthed at him is clear from other scripturesthat B.FGoodi'jc ht

on the pay he makes, I'd like to the fall, we hopped out of bed as 'Yessir,' he said, real casual'in our Lord does not mean that

show them myself' as a living proof soon as the whistle blew. Now we the Army only eight months anc wicked and unscrupulous men are to
that he can. crawl grumblingly out when the ser- I've already been made sergeant.' be permitted to defraud and destroy

"Quit beating your gums," he geant puts the whistle to his lips fora 'Well, tell me,' I said, 'whai God's people. At the same time,

said, "and get to the point. Youdidn't "fall out!" blast. Since it is still grade of sergeant are you? I've Ne must be careful not to explain

come in here to compliment dark when we stand reveille, and seen some sergeants have three away the heart of our Lord's interpretation -
the Army on its pay. And take your since we are aided occasionally by a stripes and then I've seen them hat of this great command- I'

cap off" when you're, in the orderly heaven-sent fog there are many saviors as many as six. How come that? ment.

room. of democracy who slip on (TO BE CONTINUED)

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Atropos in mythology? Excalibur?

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in what we call- "The United The Answers

,. 3. How many tons of blueprintsgo
1. The three fates.
into the making of a 35,000-ton
d battleship? 2. Thirty-four. .
3. Approximately 37 tons of blueprints
4. In law what is the meaningof .
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one 35,000-ton battleship.
p 5. Which continent has the 4. For the time being.
greatest area? 5. Asia.

6. What fraction of the total radiation 6. One five hundred millionth d -
of the sun does the earth the total radiation.
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IN THE ARMY Same DifferenceMrs. NO CUDDING! overwhelming demand from Uncle Sam's '
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I has had her hair cut short, she yet if your dealer does not always have
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ther H. Lowe, Harold Duke, ThomasJ. the most part went about their business The Orlando Sentinel notes the more particularly described as follows,
The Clewiston News of a half million to-wit: .,
I unperturbed.The acres in
J. B. All of
Akin, James K. Weaver, 28, Township 43
Alderman, B. E. Nail, Jr., A. W. : cry "Oil in Florida") wastoo central Florida, largely by major South Together, of Range with all 32 and East:singular the '"'

Published every Friday in Clewiston Lawrence, C. W.: Benson, L. G. Kelly stir the emotions. Floridians had companies. tenements, hereditaments and appur- ._ .
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS t ,I and M. D, Royals. Bernard Leiter been hearing it for years.. It has All of these leases were made anywise tenances appertaining thereunto ,belonging the or in .. ,
inc. went in last week, and Dick Owen echoed again and again from a prior to the announcement of the Bold to satisfy said Decree.same '

reports next week to the Universityof score of counties, Hillsborough, Polk, actual discovery of oil at Sunni- H. / J. '
KEATIILEY BOWDE.V, Editor Dade and others. land and indicate that A. RIDER, 1,1
Miami as a member of the Navy Walton Levy, somebody As Special .M"teP' I: .
V-12 class. Cautious and conscientious State knew what was going to happen along HENDERSON & FRANKLIN .h.,:'
Solicitors for
Plaintiff. ;
Entered as second class mall matter You men are scattered to the four Geologist Herman Gunter- has stead- time ago. While leasing is still) Oct. 15, 22, 29.AOTICE .
February 1, 1927 at the Pest Office in fastly held his ground against the going on, the major operators have I .
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of corners of the earth, and you are I ---
March 3, 1897.Subscription doing a swell job,-some. at the pressure of operators who demanded the situation well in hand with vast I OP MASTER'S SALE
that he "confirm" their discov- areas under control much of which
at bat- -
.--- desks in Navy some I
battle ships,- will be held and never really ex- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Rate $2.00 Per Vcnr. tle stations on the
ery.All pursuant to Final, Decree
sub-chasers, mine sweepers, radio indications point to the plored. October 5, 1943, in the Circuit entered Court on in .
.Ih.erthdn-: Rate On Application. men, naval aviators and speciallythe present "strike" as the real McCoy. Even though a rich field is deevl- and for Hendry County, Florida, In
Chancery a certain
two WAVES, and all of the rest The announcement did not come as oped in the Everglades and other pending wherein Florida Land cause&therein Timber -.
Devoted to the advancement and wel- of you. Good luck, and more power -I a surprise to anyone who has beenin fields are opened in other sections ,Company, a Corporation, Is' Plaintiff --'
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. to you! touch with the situation.. Geo-I j it offers little to most leasees beyond E. .spter, her husband LSrandell, et nls Soter, are and Defendants -
logists and oil men have known a I the small rental accruing from the undersigned Special Master .
will offer for sale and sell .
From somewhere in Alabama, on lot more than they have told for a the lease, for the number of test lic outcry-to the highest and best at pub-bidder -
maneuvers, comes a letter from long time. As rapidly and quietly wells actually drilled must of necessity or bidders for cash at the front .
NATIONAL EDITORIAL! Jack Kinsey: "I have been receiv- as possible the nation's biggest be limited and only a small door the City of the of LaBelle countyCourt', Hendry House County in, \
I SSOCATION ing the Clewiston News regularly and operators have been securing leases fraction of; the vast areas now un- Florida, on Monday, the 1st day of November
1943, the
same being
surely do enjoy it. I have been here throughout the state and today have der control can possibly be explored Day of said Court, during the a legal'nut
for 13 weeks now and we are in the I millions of acres under their control.' for many years to come. hours of sale, the following described
property situate in Hendry
last phase of our training. We hiked Standard, Gulf and Sun Oil Com-I, Florida, more particularly; describedas
for five hours Wednesday night out I panies have been particularly active. XOTICE OF MASTERS ----------1 follows, to-wit:

,- here in the rain, and it has been Humble, subsidiary' of Standard Oil All of Section 2 ,All of Section 8,
(...:..:N:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":.. raining ever since. You can imagine .1 of New Jersey, is reported to hold NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that All of Section 10, All of Section 12,
with pursuant to Final Decree entered on All of Section 14, All of Section 18,
how sleeping in a pup tent leases on 140,000 acres in Collier October 5, '1943, in the Circuit Court in All of Section 20, All of Section 22,
two weeks supplies around you. If and Hendry Counties where their and for Hendry County, Florida, in All of Section 28.;East Half of Sec-
Chancery in a certain therein tion 32, all in Township 48 South,
With you can't get it all in there and your No. 1 well is located. In ,Hills-I pending wherein Spessard L.. Holland, of Range 32 East; AND All of Sec-
rifle, too, you sleep outside and borough County alone Gulf has\ as Governor of the State of Florida, tion 7 and 'All of Section 23, in ,
1 \ else We shot etc., et al keep everything dry. leased 53,000 acres. Humble, Gulf Carlin and Dorothy Carlin, his East;
about 15 pounds of high explosives I and 'Sun companies together have I wife, and Ralph S. Palmer arc De-
H. Our fendants, the undersigned Special Mas- Together with all and singular the-
Boys TNT to :
today, everything leased 37,124 acres in Manatee. The ter will offer for sale and sell at public tenements, hereditaments and appur
dynamite. Palm Beach Post reports that At outcry to' the highest and best bid- tenances thereunto belonging or in
der or bidders, for cash, at the front anywise, appertaining the same being
"Dennis Dana, of LaBelle and I least eight big oil companies 'and .a door of the County Court House in the sold to satisfy said Decree.
'L in theService. are the only ones from Hendry dozen or so independents have ob- City of LaBelle, Hendry County. Flor:
Ida, on Monday, the 1st day of Novem- H. A. RIDER,
County at this Fort. I showed him tained leases totaling over 5,000,000acres ber, 1943. the same being. a Rule Day As Special Master..
the News the other day-the story in 36 counties and have 7,000- .of said Court during the legal hoursof HENDERSON & FRANKLIN
sale, the following described prop- Solicitors for Plaintiff.
1 that you couldn't kill any deer this 000 acres under exploration lease. erty situate in Hendry; County, Florida, Oct. 15, 22, 29.
year, and I think if I had told him
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that the Germans and Japs passed '

them that law all ,up he single-handed would have, he cleaned was so (: >-....: :.'..-..-:1:.: .. ___, -:-y.: .-_:.= .'::_:: ,$ ;: :.: _::_= -_-_.... :.-.:--- ,-o--- _:' '_ ;..,...... -.-,.:: ..".:...."'-.-".:." "=. ..'.". -'_'. J......:

NN, M NNN, M:N NN, :N:NN N:N NN, N:..:N NNN, :Nq, :N: mad. Dennis is in Company C andI
am in Company D-about 25

Wednesday, October 27th, was yards apart, and we get to see each .

Navy Day, and in 1943 Navy Day other about once a week." .r -- RI D ; -
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marks the expansion our navy at I I, fLO -
Sgt. Joe Hall writes a change of L -
a rate never before approached by j) -
address from the Desert Training 4

any navy.to Navy honor Day the was men first of our designated -,I Louisiana.Center, California Usually,. to the next Camp change: Polk, : -rr L-iA \0;

fleet'in 1922 and since that
fighting )I afterdesert training center is an -
time has gained increased signif c-' overseas address, so Joe is lucky .. #

ance. Today throughout the world's.battlefronts that he's staying in the States with \

the navy is spearheading -i us a while longer. Besides that, : & I
our Victory-landing our armies,I Louisiana is much nearer home a41
on the aggressor's shore, guarding!: California. than -:
our transports and supply lines, and i
the I : \ ,
sweeping the sea-lanes of enemy.So ,
. . . . ...
this week, as we greet all our M N..ON, N M N /
.1 .r k6
servicemen, we salute particularly

those ,in Navy blue. As we glancedover :. -
the mailing list of Navy'men :Too Late To ClassifyBy '..i":;;- 1" '., t

to whom the News is'sent each : I

week-to pUe up in post offices and RUSSELL KAY
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await their return to shore-we

found an astounding number of men. .......................................... ..................._.............................,.....,... \

We hardly realized such a large percentage ..,
of our Clewiston men were Oil, heavy, black sticky oil, 400 I r '" '
in the Navy. barrels or more, seeped through w/" y .r ):. \

F'r instance here's the list withno cy ( :
[ porous formations 12,000 feet below rn Vetrrr7
titles, no addresses, no ranks,-|. the surface to mingle with salt ?_ :
just all hometown boys who are do- water and eventually be swabbedto
ing a swell job today with the Navy: the surface at the Humble Oil % S.

Ned R. Hager, W. W. Ricks, Jay' Company's No. '1 well being drilledat / / -X*> \k4/* % / 6 6- ,

W. Clark, James M. Winn, E. P. Sunniland, tiny settlement deepin

Shelley, R. L. Coker, Jr., C. E. Nail, the Everglades. /ec 4// I

Robert A. Chapman, Jessie- G. Ma-I' At last, after 4.0 years or more cf

loy, W. C. Owen, Jr., Carrol W. wildcat drilling throughout! the state,

Redish, W. E. Dilley, Joe Leiter,I oil in promising quantity had been

Paul B. Pullen. E. E. Hingson, J., B. discovered.-It is doubtful if the ac-I

Brantley, Martin Oliver, Guycell, tual discovery of oil anywhere in'
Nelson, James Edwin Roath, Hervey I the world caused less excitement. A'

Bourne, Ed D. Clark, Paul Slonaker, few south Florida papers were suf-

Thomas M. Waldron, Jr., L.. C. ficiently impressed to rate the news
Redish, Robert W. Kelly, J. .D. Hooker as worthy of a main head. Cautious ,**s'

Launita George, R. R. Hooks, wire services' gave the announcementa '.

Elbert Hooker, Wilbur A. Goff, Lu- modest column. Floridians for { .... ;. t":'..

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fighting mad' and, fighting hard, doingits giving wartime travel information
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X 'level best to back up our troops handling baggage.As ."

.i.y across the seas with the home-front cooperation our share in this state's joint .war
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0 ; local boys to induction centers-and
; Ideal Weather for Your ::: All of us in Florida are putting the '
bringing them back home from training- -

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% :s: their vital jobs war plants
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I J. laundry. Phone 36.
I' Mrs. E. S. Knight, Jr., Mrs. Curtis

i Mrs. Keathley Bowden was hos Thompson, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr, Mrs. Ziler. 1 It. O. 224t.

r Personals I: tess to members of her bridge club I Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. G. E. Crow,
: Wednesday afternoon. First prize' Jr., Miss Flora Bell Humphries,
'was won by Mrs. R. M. Bishop' and Mrs. J. V. Francis, Mrs. E. O. Ward, FOR SALE-Dodge truck tractor SEWING :MACHINE SERVICE

t. I second by; Mrs. W. H. Lanier. Mrs. Joe M.\ Hall, Mrs. I. S. Bell, with 22 ft. Fruehauf van-Re-
Cake and coffee were served: to I Sr., Mis. H. M. Pollard, Miss Leah frighted trailer-New tiresExcellent Parts for All Makes:
Mrs. L. E. :Merrill of West Palm condition-$3,750.00. Ford
Thomas W. Richaud, Miss Roberta Spicer Miss Buttonhole Attachments
Mrs. G. B. Mrs. ,
Beach is visiting her daughter, :Mrs.J. 'cab over tractor truck with 22 ft.
I Lanier, Mrs. D. G. Alston, 'Mrs. H'I Florence Graham, Miss June Hooker Used Machines
K. Rogers and Mr. Rogers. j Kingham van trailer-Reconditioned
I R. Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Mrs. B. W. Hundertmark, Mrs -
1 W. Ezelle and Mrs. R. M. Bishop. A. E. Oliver, Mrs. Foy Durrence, -good tires $3250.00. All steel Box 11 Belle Glade) I
:Mrs. George Thompson of Fort -'- Miss Julia Ann Oglesby, Miss Barbara 20 ft.: open trailer-good tires-AIr
Tuesday here visiting brakes and Pith wheel, 80000._ Can
Myers spent
Moriison Miss Martha Nell
,,'. M. U. CIRCLE MEETING! Alston,
: her sister Mrs. B. L. Ingrain., | Miss Margaret VonMach Mrs. R. M. arrange for responsible party to have ,

I The Amanda Tinkle Circle of the I Hare, Jr., Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs.E. half purchase price? financed over EXPERIENCED
12 months. See BILL
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence have .. C. Mills, Mrs E. W. burst, Mrs.S. CLARK at
W. M. U. met at the home of Mis. 1030 South Wilson Fla..1
had as their guest this week their O. Anderson on Tuesday afternoon., L. Crochet, Mrs. Charles Bolton', St., Bartow, DRESSMAKINGLIMITED
Phone after
6 P.
cousin, Maurice Lee, of Baltimore. i}(i Those taking part on the program Mrs. E. M. Peters, Mrs. J. K. Rogers M. 8450. 3t/ AMOUNT

'i were Mrs. W. A. Montgomery and Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. Fred TAKEN OF WORK

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston were Mrs. Anderson, the devotional being Morrison; Miss Evadene Moree, Mrs.J. WANTED To rent from!
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. given by Mrs. M. A.; Thomas. T. Moree and Mrs. Ed Townsend Mondays Thru Fridays Only

Walter Jenkins at Fort Myeis Beach. Plans were made for two parties I ... owner with possible PHONE 28

I!! to be given for the young people in
I FOR SALE- 1934 Har- option to buy; prefer
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and November. Refreshments were

daughter, Martha Jean were busi-:I I I served by the hostess at the close of ley Davidson 74 Mo- house and barn suitablefor I, I
ness visitors in Fort Myers Sunday, the meeting. J. M. COUSE

afternoon. I] torcycle, $200. George small dairy with 1 10 I II Counselor and Attorney at Law

Mr. and Mrs. B. Montgomery of', BRIDGE COMPLIMENTS.. : : VISITOR I Ilrs. Williams, Trailer Park, I to 1 00 acres of land. Pre-, I Hopkins Building

Puerto Rico spent last week in J. K..' Rogers entertained I Clewiston. 1 fer East of Clewiston on' Wednesdays and Saturdays
Clewiston visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. with a bridge party at Sugarlan.l t'l I 9:80 to 4:00Johnson's

A. Montgomery.J Recreation Center Saturday evening, Liberal highway with available )
complimenting her mother; Mrs. L. Reward for return .

: K. Rogers, W. C. Owen, Olin I'E. Merrill, of West Palm Beach, of small I electricity. Write fully.

Waters and C. M. Pirkle attended.] who is visiting her. young i
P. O. Box 6446 Clewiston. Fish
Coffee and pumpkin pie were CampNear I
a Masonic meeting in Fort Myers male dog resembling Collie -
'Friday evening. i'} served at the close of the games to O. 22-2t. ( Hurricane Gate)
: Mrs. L. E. Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. A.; mostly'' tan with Clevriston, Fla.
-- i ,
I O. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills.' I --- Boats and Motors-Guide Service

business W. Penn visitor Dawson in of Clewiston Tampa was Mon a I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner, and J.I'I white nose, feet and col For Firewood, 1 18 in. and Rates Reasonable I

day. Mr. Dawson is connected' with I|) K. Rogers. lar. Strayed from 614 4 ft. lengths, contact the I W. H._ Johnson, Mgr.

the district OPA office. I
r' I i RECEPTION TO HONOR _n _,_ nn__ _

Sgt.. Leroy Hare left Monday for I :NEW MINISTER TUESDAYThe I = =: == = ,i
.. v.-
Salt Lake City, Utah, after a short .____ -- \ :
) Ladies Aid Society of the
visit with his mother, Mrs. Maud
Community Church will entertain
Hare, and other relatives.
I with a reception honoring the Rev.
David C. Hancock and Mrs. Han-
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McCorkle have
[ cock next Tuesday evening from 8tto
as their guests this week George J, 10. The reception will be held at
Lane and Charles Lane, who
area the
i Sugarland Recreation Center and
on furlough from the U. S. Army.
I all
members of the congregation and
--. ''of the church are cordially invited } cy T l t- -
':Miss ,Margaret Fort is spending a' to attend 1 '
few days in Miami and Ocala, ,while r r IC ri ti
i '- -
recuperating from a tonsilectomy. '' '' '
performed last week in the -local
hospital. I 1 II DaUd C. Hancock, ) ;
I lini.stel'I
I I j
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Doke spent. .. e
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C. .t i
a few days over the week end visit : } .
E. Gericke, superi tendent. i ;. ..
ingMr. Doke's brothers in Fort I I
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Meade and Tampa, during his furlough '
l Sermon subject, "The. Importanceof i :: -
from Camp Devans, Mass. ,.,r ; ,
Common .
the Task.
.The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- :..f '. -'-: j'
Sergeant and Mrs. Conrad T. '
,per 'will be' celebrated Sunday, '.'; iW' 1. ,. .
Clark left Tuesday after' a',tfisitof : on '. tJ' -
[:November 14, at the hourl:: .. /
worship '
several days at his home here.. Mrs. .'..-o, .;.''' .-..- '" '; -
Members will also be received into :: .
Clark returned to. her parent's home r
1 J" .
the church
at that time.
in-Frostproof, where she is staying'for ) IJt -
the duration and Connie returned -I j You are cordially invited to worship ..'..., ..;.;.. )_ ..' ''I
to his station in. New Or with us. < :' / lit

e. leans. I MRS. FOY DURREXCE HONOREE- ':: ;:i'i'1:1:;:: //1:1 j: I II

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and chil- AT SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY : :{- I
dren of' 'Sebring spent Sunday here :t'

visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Topper.' Mis. Foy Durrence was given a! ,; II/

Also at home on furloughs from the surprise birthday party by; a group ;:, ''" :; '...:"
services were two other sons of Mrs. of friends who gathered at her home : '

Topper, Sgt. Connie Clark: of the' Saturday night. r.' ,I.>. i l

Army and Aerographer Ed Clark of! Cold cuts, pickles, olives, crackers" I I II
the Navy. I and coffee were served, ias well as I Jr 11111Ii1!

.... 1 lovely lighted birthday cake. .I
Mrs. E. E. Scott and daughter,! Those attending were Mr. and J ,- ", llifl!
Miss Normanda, of Fort Myers,1 i Mrs. Curtis Thompson, Mr. and Mrs:I "

spent Tuesday here visiting Mrs. J.j j Wayne Sipe, Mr. and Mrs R. J. Lee I : I

W. :Moore. Mrs. Moore's son, Captain -, Mr. and Mis. Charles Bolton, Mr.'j' t//

jCoburn Moore returned to Fort and Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs., George I ,

Myers with them and left by plane: Crow, Mrs. E. O. Ward, Mis. E. .W. .
Washington, where he is stationed -; Durst, Mrs. Joe M. Hall, Mr.: and ..' 'or.': '' .?1!' )

at. the Army Air Base. I Mrs. R. M.. Hare, Jr., Capt. Coburn I.. .
I n"t',4yt
I Moore and Sgt. Leroy Hare. ( h riti;tif: ytraN .:
arw'3tl+ : Si + ; M
: jtc
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. McDuffie have ? r :,

had as their guests for several days] NEW MINISTER HERE I ;. ..

over the week end Sirs. McDuffie'sl : 3IAPE OF THINGS TO COME .
mother, and sisters. The mother is The Rev. David C. Hancock arrived -

Mrs W. J. Luke, of Sycamore, Ga., last Friday evening : from 11 J?
and the sisters are :Mrs. Albert Dean, Kewanee, Illinois; to begin his duties -
of Sycamore, Mrs. Alonzo Forehandof '' as minister of the Community
the rich In the far..f1ungsugar plantationsof
Towering: high over
Vienna and :Mrs. L. B. Farmer) Church here.
of Valdosta. Mrs. McDuffie. and her Rev. Hancock visited the local green acres of the Everglades are the United States Sugar Corporation ,

guests spent Tuesday in Miami. 'I I! church during the summer and is these four smokestacks marked with and the great raw-sugar house, .

known to' many who: heard him the letters "U. S. S. C." largest in the United States, over
J Mr. and Mrs. Wilson B. Dozier, I
preach at the church then. Accompanying -
.: This landmark visible which these smokestacks' tower
prophetic ,
: Jr., are leaving tomorrow for a L .Rev. Hancock were his
week's vacation. They will visit t!! wife,and their children, Marilyn and 'I for many miles across the vast plain have a glimpse-and only a glimpseof

Mrs. Dozier's parents Mr. and Mrs.I David. They are occupying the of the Glades, symbolizes the shape the incredible agro-industrial
Charles Holt, in Stanton Va. Mrs.1 I
Dozier is chief clerk in the Hendry Osceola.Community. Church manse on E.I of things to come-agro..industry, promise of nature's most incredible'gardenspot.

J County Selective Service office and 11: Rev. Hancock conducted services I employment, wealth, living comfortfor .

during her absence the office lat I( the church Sunday morning and thousands in a new agroindustrial It is wholly possible that the

.',,' be in charge of Miss Martha Nell for the present will continue only one empire in the heart of the Everglades may some day be one of

.!, Alston. deputy clerk. I service each Sunday. His topic for world's most fertile agricultural area. America's largest industrial and agri
.i -- Sunday; morning is "The Importance -
. .., Funeral services were held in I of the Common Task." Nowhere else on earth is the soil cultural centers, producing finished

'. Fort Myers Wednesday for Mrs. I i Ii I 60 productive nor has any other products for market from'raw ma-
;, .'. Agnes Katherine Osteen, 29, wife of MISS CHRISTINE BELT IS
c. resisted terials on Everglade's
stubbornly ,
region so grown
Lt: O. L. Osteen, who died in Wash- HONOREE AT BRIDAL SHOWER .
ington, D. C., Sunday following the I 'man's efforts to make the i j VICTORY soil. Florida can look hopefully -

birth and death of a daughter five I I Mrs. A. O. Ward and Mrs. J. T. land yield its riches. to the Everglades for a

j weeks earlier. Lt. Osteen is a Paul were hostesses Thursday night Within BUY of productivity
r recent years, new era
,. brother of Mrs. R. C. Nowling ,ofj I! at a miscellaneous bridal shower sTMTes
.::. ,1 however engineering skill WAR and prosperity! '
Clewiston had'visited
' and the deceased complimenting Miss Christine Bell, ;
here I and modern science have BONDS The shape of things to =
, on several occasions. I I whose marriage will take place to- '
., morrow night. 1 1I I tamed the wild wealth of STAhrPS come stands clear against
: W. C. Owen, Jr., arrived the first Games of bridge and bingo were ? the !
; of the week from New Orleans for a played during the evening. High I Everglades sky '
.. I I
: week's visit with his parents, Mr. prize at bridge was won by Mrs. E.
. .'..' and Mrs. W. C. Owen. Bill is a O. Ward, and low by Mrs. Foy Dur- -
" dent at Tulane and is a member 5t\1-1 rence. Miss Julia Ann Oglesby won UNITED STATES SUGAR COlt80ItATION
:I the navy unit, remaining in the I the prize at bingo., 1\ _

i University; to complete his course After the games a table laden ULEW1STO1V, FLORIDAFRIDAY

.. which has been stepped up under with shower gifts was placed before\
' ,
;! wartime conditions. His brother, the honoree, who opened each gift
, ,- Dick Owen, will report' November and displayed it to the guests.A .

4th to the University of Miami to salad course with coffee was \ ..... ....... ,, ......
enter the Navy "V-12 w."'""' """ "'J=-< """ .tlr
course there. served by the hostesses to the guests.

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Y nrKi ijJ' I[ love to come to
Ponder Possibilities rG U oOR
problems in my ]life..

y.; <: W. EA DNWashington It gives: me suck a. _

Of Russ-Nazi Peace TreatySoviet S To sense shut oF'mastery my eyes and

D. C. I The Private Papers
toss ?.
AXIS MORALE IS CRACKING Of a Cub Reporter: penny up- -

Offensive May Mean Sudden End of War Military reports that have leakedout The Cafe Society Uptown propri- et heads ordecide. c.

of Germany in the past two or etor, who is so proud of the murals -e..ils ...

With Germany; Stalin Holds High CardsIn three weeks indicate quite definitelythat there, said to Mike Romanoff: destiny.
Nazi morale is cracking. These my
"Prince, who did the decoration of
Game. ft'CAt1H!'
Diplomatic reports, through channels which can- your restaurant on the coast?" .
not be revealed were quite definite "
"Decoration? replied Mike. "I am
even before Propaganda Minister the decoration!I" D

By BAUKHAGE Goebbels delivered his give-away "Yes I know "
that, was the retort -
News Analyst and Commentator. speech warning that saboteurs on delightful, "but who did the in-
the home front would be beheaded. terior that pales into WNU Features.
WNU Service, Union Trust Building, really the thing which can win the Reports also are definite that the you are not around to give it

Washington, D. C. peace, as it has made the winningof German army no longer has the reserves a glow?"

Washington watches the swift the war possible, whatever credit no longer has the fighting

the Russian may justly go to others who have backbone for a long war. Resent- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
events across
march Betty Smith whose first novel "A
offensive more battled our common enemy. ment against Hitler boils beneaththe ,
plains. The renewed month before even, the surface in the German army. Tree Grows in Brooklyn," is a best
than half a
German soldiers will keep on fight- seller, will soon be a grandmaw,
Russian people dreamed it was pos- Visitors to U. S.
and trained des- and she's practically a girl herself
all nerves. ing, are toughly ,
sible, has quickened The war has brought a great many hitting adversaries. But Last Laff Dep't: A West Coast FEATHERS WANTED
For the Russians, it means the pos- Englishmen to the United States who
their heart isn't in it anymore.All biggie withdrew his 25 per cent in-
sibility of a sudden peace. otherwise might never have known terest in "Laugh Time," the hit, at CCflTUCbOSL1D "'NEW-WANTED.Top:
these factors plus powerful rtAI HtllN Price Years: Satisfactory
while Moscow dreams of the : of America than they ,..
I any more the last moment. The show is mak. Dealing Ship Erzw or Wnu
end of the war just around the first learned from the movies. Many are. wallops by the Allies, have createdan ing nothing but money. PILLOW MFG.CO..2219 Cole Street,St Louis,Mo.
in which anything
snow-covered mound on the battle- highly trained specialists, others are atmosphere

field, the Allies are considering the broadly educated, like those in news-i might happen. It is an atmospherenot
unlike that which existed in the When Mountbatten was in Wash- Buried in Busy StreetSo
possibility of what it means to them. paper and radio work. I have meta
autumn of 1918. There are those in ington recently they say he had a that he might never be for-
For there is always that haunting number especially of the latter
: _
Stalin's in high places who think the war in session with Admiral King, who gra gotten, Saint Said Bou Ahmed
of And I
remark struck
of a group. am by one
this ciously said: "If there is anythingyou years left orders'
remark Europe might be over anytime ago that he be
minds-the which
the back of their thing they comment upon-
Reichs- winter, depending entirely 'on Nazi want, you may have it. Just buried in the center of a busy
that the destruction of the the widespread education in, Amer
condition of German I. morale: name it" The Admiral, ol street in Tunis, which is so narrow -
wehr was a ica.That is ata course, was speaking of ships, etc. that the native
surrender as far as the Kremlin is is one thing,which will makeup But in Asia the. war moving I passersbymust
snail's' the Mountbatten replied: "There's step around his tomb.
concerned. In addition there is the one of England's No. 1 postwar pace. In Burma, though

realization of the presence of those reforms-a real public school sys rains are already over, nothing has just one request. I hope you will
think grant me a favor" "What is
happened. Many observers
German divisions.still intact beyondthe tem. We, in America, underestimateour'
it asked Admiral "I
? .
until late
that nothing will happen
Alps, not to mention the others own schools on the one hand and You breathe freer almost ?
still nearer. overestimate our literacy on the this winter, and that the real drive would like, said His Lordship, "a instantly as just
button from tunic" '. 2 drops Penetro Nose
through Burma toward South China top your
Not (we are assured) that other. ri Drops open your cold-
will be reserved for a from King seemed puzzled. Mountbatten clogged to
will make separate with year nose give
a peace
At first the demanded thata
army now-the fall of 1944. continued: "You see, I 'have Gen- II your head cold air.
Germany but if a peace treaty is man be able to read and writeor Caution: Use only as
eral Arnold's and GeneraMarshall's
wings directed. 2 times
written on the stalwart backs of a 25c. %
he was deferred. This.lost nearly top button, and:I am cer- as much for 50c. Get
victorious Russian army, what WILL ROGERS IN LONDON Penetro
a miIIion'men to the armed forces- Nose Drops
tain that with will have
the Allies insist that. Congressman Will Rogers of California yours we
terms can upon four states have 36 per cent or,.more luck. sir then
good Nothing, can
Stalin need feel called upon to approve adult illiteracy. son of the cowboy humorist, "

unless his own many possible, According to latest information, came back from London singing the happen us. Wages in Washington

desiderata are agreed to by Britain praises of American-British co-oper- The"average of the
salary 280
85,000 illiterates have already been ,
and the United States? ation ,in England. "Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 3: 000
government employees in
reclaimed for service which
It does not make the task any means that they army have been taught to American troops, which he described Walter Wjnchell, New York City in: Washington today is about $47.75a
easier for the gentlemen in L ndon'and read and write and do simple as the new "Army of Occu- Thought probably politicians week. '
Washington now carefully selecting pation," live off the fat of the land Washington who are endeavoring tc
arithmetic. It is said that there are
what the well-dressed diplo- facilities for giving the same basic and are, treated royally by the Brit- speak for the young men of America

mat should wear in Moscow. One instruction to ish. There is nothing too good for would be interested in the following

thing is very certain, no old fashioned 750,000 more.: them. Only trouble is they occa- resolution: Whereas: We the Utah DON'T LET
But that is by no means the,extentof take from State Junior Chamber of Commerce
regalia will be in style. There sionally a girl away a CONSTIPATIONSLOW .
will be no opportunity for the polite army education. A statement British Tommy. represent a cross section of the

game where one can risk a little from the Office of War Informationthe Will's father was a frequent visitor young married men of draft age, in YOU UP

bluff with fair assurance of drawinga other day ,said, speaking of the in London, and everyone re- Utah. And Whereas we fully real. O When bowels are sluggish and you

wild joker to four of a kind or colorif serviceman: "Unless he comes froma membered him. So it was like old ize our responsibilities to our country feel-irritable chew FEEN-A-MINT, headachy, do as millionsdo modern

Russia holds all the cards. well-to-do family, his educational home week for the young, congress in this time of war. chewing-gum"laxative. Simply chew
opportunities are in fact rather "And Whereas Acts 'and statements .
man from California!' : FEEN-A-MINT before'you go to bed,
What Russia Wants better in than out of the services." ,made by misinformed per. taking only in accordance with package

That is have created the false impres directions-sleep without being dis-
The optimists that Russia probably something sons
morning gentle, thorough
wants nothing that an honest world few parents thought of when they Maine's eagle-eyed Senator Brew- sion that draft age"fathers wish spe. relief, helping you feel swell again. Try .

cannot afford to offer, and is willingto waved good-by at the station. They ster met Gen. B. B. Somervell, chiefof cial consideration from the selective FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy

give in return all that an honest did not realize that the, army and the army's service forces on the service system on a dependency ba and economical.A generous family supply

world need ask for. /The pessimistssay navy are operating the largest adult Pacific island of Fiji, immediately sis notwithstanding military require costs only I

that even if Britain and Americacan school in the world. One out of every tackled him on the dynamite-laden, ments. Be it resolved: By the Utal}: FEEN.ANT; 101

be converted to full faith in suchan ; ten adults in the country, 11 out all-important question of why the State Junior Chamber of Commerce,

attitude and, intent on Russia's of every 14 able-bodied men between U.S.A. was supplying nearly 70 per in State Board meeting assembled

part, how are you going to convert 18 and 38 will probably be studentsin cent of all Allied oil, though we this third day of October, 1943, tha Height of Dust Storms

communist Russia to an equal faithin that school system by the end of have only 25 per cent of the world'soil we urge the defeat of all legislation Dust storms have been recordd -

the attitude and intentions of the this year. A million boys will be in reserves. which attempts to defer heads of as reaching to a height of three

capitalistic nations? the preinduction courses, the sys.. "Right around the Persian Gulf," families on the basis of dependencyonly ; miles in the United States.
tem's schools. Nine and reaffirm the fact that we
prep out of ten
Unfortunately, Britain and the reminded Senator Brewster, "the
of these will receive have been and ready and'willing
United States have a somewhat pain- men British have oil refineries and limit- are

ful diplomatic record in dealing with training as specialists.The less quantities of oil. Why don't we to answer' the call to arms if and ACH I t G-STI FF-SO HEMUSCLES

Germany when Adolf Hitler held his Future get more oil out of the Near East in- when we are summoned.-Pres."

aces-the strongest air- force in the Much of the education receivedwill stead,of hauling it all the way from Provo Jr. C. of C., Provo, Utah.

world and a sizable army. We all Texas?"

bowed down at Munich and, indeed, be carried over as useful in "We are rushing refining equip- Now that children no longer auto.
civilian life for out of three of
one Relief
(though it has been forgotten) there ment to' Arabia as quickly as we 'matically become American citizen For Quick

was some rivalry for the credit in with every army and navy job is identical can," replied General Somervell. when' their parents are naturalized RUB
a civilian job and over two- I
achieving a peace in our time'thatwas thirds _of the men in the service develop "Yes," countered the senator from the 11-year-old daughter of Gerhar N. Q .

no peace. However, with the "skills that be used in civil- Maine, "but why use precious ship- Seger, former member of the
help of Russia, the Allies were able ian jobs. ping space carting refining equip- Reichstag, was up before the ,.immigration .

to take Hitler's aces in the end. ment half way around the world and naturalization examineI

And so in certain discreet circlesit These figures alone, I believe, when the British already have a refinery The child, who has lived most

has been suggested that the Allied show that when "D Day" comes, at the Gulf of Persia. The of her 11 years in the U. S., wa t1Hmr ATC! PAlm

weakness in the diplomatic field as the millions discharged will not bea manager of the Anglo-Persian oil asked the usual questions: "Have Need not Spoil your Day-Get after It How
far careless, riotous lot, good for noth- been member of the Don't put off getting O2223 to relieve -
as things to trade with Russiaare company told us that his refinery you ever a
muscular rheumatismand
ing but to fight. As a matter of fact, German-American Bund?" "Dc pain of
concerned, might become a could produce 60 per cent more oil. other rheumatic pains. Caution:
strength if the Allied joint general the vast majority will have, if they Why not put it to work instead of exhausting you favor anarchy?" et and cetera. Use only as directed. First bottle

staff became the negotiators. These have anything like the feeling I and our own oil reserves?, The child looked a little confusedfor purchase price back if not satisfied.
most of comrades in the last 60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.
gentlemen might be able to offer my ""Furthermore," Brewster contin- a moment and then, smiling

what Russia wants most (which is war had, an overweening desire to ued, "the crude oil from Persian said: "Oh, a quiz program!" .

what we all want-security.) And settle down to a job and the build- wells is so good that it can be Whereupon the examiner stampedher WNU-7 43-43

these gentlemen might likewise ing of a home, "no more to 'roam." pumped right into ships as bunkeroil papers and replied: "You don'

make demands which Russia would Some, of course, who had the itching without refining. If we don't get want to become an American-yov'

desire consider, namely, cooperation foot will have developed chronic busy and use it, we'll wake up after are onel"!
cases, but it is doubtful if those roll-
with compromise, refusal of the war to find the United States

which could lead to_ nothing better ing stones would have gathered with no oil left, and dependent''' on The Eyebrow Raiser of the Week

than what Hitler got in the end. much moss anyhow.For the British Empire." Common Sense magazine's edito 8

And Hitler's own words, spoken the majority of the men who appeals for subscriptions frorr

when he addressed a meeting of his make up our armed forces who want CABOOSE SLEEPERS Americans to "repair any damage'we :

party chiefs and generals 'recently, I and expect to fill civilian jobs, the Cornfed Senator Ed Johnson of may do to Tokyo and Berlin .
are worthy of I careful 'classification of skills whichis
note. The fuehrer Colorado got his start as a railroad Editor A. M. Bingham says a grout
suggested for Germany what Britain a vital part of the army and navy telegrapher still proudly carries a of vigorous thinkers and famous
and the United States system is going to work in ,
might well reversein union card. So he was well qualifiedto writers will contribute articles tc
contribute to negotiations with Rus- getting them jobs afterward. In preside over the War Mobilization that end. They include: Pearl Buck

sia in addition to their diplomats and preparation for this, experts are al- committee when A. F. Whitney, Stuart Chase, Thomas Mann, Quincy .

their armies and navies. ready assembling accurate descrip- president of the Brotherhood of Rail- Howe, Lin' Yu-tang and Johr .

The Fuehrer Says in tions the of jobs which men learn to do road Trainmen, testified on manpower Haynes Holmes "Tokyo maj
keeping a cumulative> "
and other railroad problems. soon be destroyed, says Mr. Bing
"The (Nazi) party's struggle for record of the work they do, prepar- "The world's third larges'city
ham. tonic
power," said Hitler; "set an example ing additional tests which will givea Whitney objected to the policy of will not be with Take good-tasting
pocked area
for today's struggle of clear some railroads in refusing to let
destiny of the picture of their achieve- of destruction like stone and steel doctors recommendCatch
German people arms alone ments and talents to the prospective train crews sleep in idle cabooses. built London and Berlin. It will be many

mean nothing if not backed by Ir*AWwill employer. They are also preparing Trainmen away from home frequently literally gutted and 7,000,000 humar cold easily? Listless?Tire quickly?
of men." to tell the serviceman can't get hotel accommodations,
what job he To I Take Scott's
beings will be homeless rebuild Help tone up your system
The Germans made a fatal mis- IS best fitted for and offering help but railroad officials argue that it is
however and Berlin ane natural A and D
take twice in one generation. They which will better prepare him for it. unsanitary and also dangerous for
failed to count on the will of the I doubt if them to sleep in "cabs," which Essen will require real states Vitamins your diet,may be lacking. It'
ever before in i
American people. If that will is the military has taken history sometimes have to be switched. manship and an application of genuine great 1 Buy today.All druggists.Allies .
on such Are tc
a democracy. you ready
made clear today, if America's in- "When I was a working trainman,
responsibility fitting the boy back help do it, or shall we crucify democracy
tention is written clearly that we always lived in our cabooses
all into his natural ",
groove when the the of hate?
on cross
may see, the intention which we pro- fighting is Whitney said, "not because rooms
over. This is a total want to know thin
war, We just |
fess-a deoent peace, justice and were not available at hotels, but
se- everybody is in it, and those who check .
send in
before we' our EM U LSIONI1J
curity all-and if that will and have been forced to because it was more convenient.
take over the kind of monument will marl
intent is backed by the force we abnormal duties of "Many's the time_ I .have slept in What'
have, nothing can resist it. That is going to be set adrift.fighting are not cabooses myself," reminisced John- the spot beheaded in Tokyo? where our flier

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Housewife tramp You seem to be Jane-Why so downcast, honey-
Should Be Eradicated an able-bodied man. You ought to be child?
enough to work. ,
Janette-My soldier love has not
Mastitis, or inflammation of the udder Tramp-/ know, mum, and you seem been true to He
me. promisedthat
of milking cows, can now be con- to be beautiful enough to go onjhe '
he would not even look at
stage, but evidently.you prefer the si'/n- any
trolled and in most cases cured,
of those
pIe life. foreign girls, but I see
W. Schlam in "Bovine Mastitis, "Step into the kitchen and I'll see if I by this morning's paper he's been
a late pamphlet published by the can:: stir up a meal for you." decorated for gallantry.
University of California. Two typesof

mastitis are recognized, says Mr. ....-- -.-.....- -...... -___...... _'0- .._..
Schlam, who is an assistant professor -
of veterinarian science. The two

are the acute, which is comparatively -

rare, and the chronic, which is

so common among dairy herds of
the world that it is considered the

most serious bovine disease, result-

ing in lowered milk production. It

is often a hidden disease, and may

exist for a long time without being of all materials specified, send 16 cents
noticed. Symptoms are swelling of in coins, your name and address and' the

the udder, and visible particles in pattern number.

the first streams of milk, and eventu- HOME NEEDLEWORK
530 South Wells St. Chicago
ally reduced flow.

The disease is caused by infection

: of the udder with 'a bacteria, called French Guiana Has hut

streptococcus agalactiae. It'does not

affect any organ but the milk glands. Few Modern Necessities
Salads Belong in Autumn MenusSee
.The germs enter through the teat, i
( Recipes Below.) and are transmitted from infectedcows Although one-third the size of
to healthy animals by the France, French Guiana has no
: Salads for Fall
: Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu hands of a milker or the cups of a passenger railroads and only 93

; -- machine. To some extent, the disease miles of mediocre highways. Not

Is a salad an integral part of your Pan-Fried Liver and Onions is spread by. calves that suckat 'one of its towns, including the capital

diet or do you set it aside just for Creamed PotatoesParsleyed several cows, and by muddy and I Cayenne, employs street cleaners -.

\, summer months Carrots unsanitary corrals and flies. It is I or garbage collectors or has a

$t Y when vegetables Apple, Carrot Salad estimated that about 85 per cent of i sewage system; and 5 per cent of

: .f'' 4and are easy to obtain Whole Wheat Bread all cows that have been once infected : its entire population is afflicted
i : in salad
I serve Lemon Chiffon Pie'Beverage harbor the disease, and ,that it I with leprosy.
rBl-; form?
may become virulent at any time
Food authori- and cause' garget (clotted milk).
!' '" ties and doctors bles are used, pour over them a tart, The severity of the disease, says. TAME Give II' that well groomed
well-seasoned french I look. Add lustre-
have long recom- dressing. Cover Keep your
and the whole with "Mr. Schlam, depends upon such aggravating UNRULY hair lying flat. Always use
mended the use of raw fruits a layer of pota- ?
factors as incomplete Moroline Hair Tonic.
vegetables in the diet not only to toes, being sure that all the peas off %: nKIK U A ID bottle'25c. Sold everywhere.He Large.
milking, improper drying exces- .
min- are covered. with fresh
guarantee more vitamins and Sprinkle top ;
sive in machines
vacuum ,
erals to the dietary, but to" give chopped chives and serve. ; ; :
and to rain and cold.
exposure Got It
the necessary roughage to the sys- Greens, be they lettuce, romaine,
tem. Vegetables contain a great chicory or escarole, need little else Diagnosing mastitis is difficult for f "Jane, did I hear you kiss some..
the amateur, unless symptoms are one in the kitchen?"
deal of cellulose and are not as but a dressing for they are perfectly -
easily digested as :the softer foods: delicious just. so and 'a- splendid so severe as to be obvious, so Mr. "Sure, madam; the junk man

l This means they aid in proper func- course for heavy type of dinner: Schlam advises having regular and /ij' said he came for a little oven."
frequent testsmade. of all the cows
tion and elimination and belong Salad
With Egg Dressing.
in a herd. Microscopic examination t
daily in every diet. (Serves 6) 5161
Although we are limited, in $the 2 heads of lettuce ._.. J' pfl ifmEt mq S -?&W&JSBrrr : #: .! 'CQY ::;?itq!
amount of fresh vegetables obtain- 4 hard-boiled eggs MASrms &

able in the fall and winter months, % cup cream Sunflower Quilt HOT flASHESIf

there are some available which of- 34 cup lemon juice or cider vinegarSalt
"Sunflower" is of the
t THE one you suffer from hot flashes,
fer many possibilities for salads. and pepper aJfl'i of the quilt designs to weak nervous cranky feelings, area
Cabbage, carrots, citrus fruits and ;Prepared mustard ( make-the diamondshaped'pieces bit blue at times-due to the

apples are the most common. Fora Wash lettuce carefully and dry t. '"'.,.'. : ; are easy to cut and a block worksup functional "middle-age" period

more substantial salad item, use thoroughly. Put the yolks of the t ....;,- \ .J )i. .t ;:::: l: % : quickly. Use brown-flecked per- peculiar Pinkham's to Vegetable women-try Compoundto Lydia E.
(..:: .. ;
: .
cottage cheese. It will also give ricer .. ,
eggs through a and let them r--'< ><:" : < ;;"" ;: <' cales, tiny patterned cream and relieve such symptoms. Taken
you a goodly'amount of calcium, drop to the bottom of a well-chilled ;:....: : ': : 'l 1 yellow calicoes and regularly Pinkham's Compound
needed for proper bone and tooth salad bowl. Add a little prepared .. .,'. --" ", ',.?,;,' 1 grass-green helps build up resistance against
Do the
cottons. centerin
leaf-green such distress. It
1. zV helps nature!
mustard and stir with a wooden + vivid yellow. Quilt has 12 pieced Also a fine'stomachic tonic.. Follow -
Bean Salad. spoon, adding the cream gradually. : : < blocks, each 14 inches square-12 label directions.
(Serves 2) Season to taste with the salt and plain blocks. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S coat VJN

Place green stringless beans, pepper, then add lemon juice and a .
cooked and chilled in individual let- vinegar. Add the lettuce, toss lightly ,, :. /i f\: <

tuce cups. Combine and sprinkle the chopped whitesof f' ;. ;:2tT1; j flower To obtain Quilt cutting(Pattern patterns No. 5161)for complete the Sun-
J' + :
'1 tablespoon egg over all. Serve on cold plates. r;. .. piecing and finishing directions, amounts One Party Mexico
vinegar teaspoon .r; The use of cottage cheese with Mexico has only one official gov-

salt and salads gives them a heartiness Chronic mastitis is spread amonga ernment party, the P.R.M., or

pepper to taste. I which is particularly necessary in herd by the milker's bands or Hardest Wood Used for Partido Revolucionario Mexicano.
Beat with eggbeater c the cooler weather. Here is a well- the cups of the milking machine'and

or shake >.=. r seasoned salad, pretty and colorful: to a lesser extent by flies. Shaft Bearings in Ships

in a jar until well : I Apple, Carrot, Cottage Cheese Salad
;, ,.- of milk samples is the easiest and
blended. Mash 3
(Serves 6) cheapest Cows should then be g diops
cheese Many of the ships being built
tablespoons Roquefort and 3 apples, coarsely diced grouped, he says, into (1) free of
then add oil and vinegar mixture 2 cups shredded raw carrot today use wood as material for
infection, (2) suspected, (3) positively -
slowly, stirring until very smooth. '1 tablespoon onion, finely minced infected. Group 1 cows should be stern shaft bearings-the hardest OF YOUR NOSE
Pour over beans'and serve at once. 1 cup cottage cheese wood in the world-usually called
milked first 2 next and
group group
Surprise Vegetable Salad. Vi cup mayonnaise 3 last. lignum-vitae. According to the '
2 tablespoons lemon juice dictionary, lignum-vitae is also \\CLOSES UP"TONIGHT'
Sliced boiled beets Up to a few years ago, mastitiswas known the
salt as zygophyllaceousgenus
.. Sliced boiled string beans teaspoon considered incurable, but sulfan-
; Sliced boiled carrots V& teaspoon pepper ilimide has been found effective in guaiacum-but this term,

.: Boiled green peas. Dice unpeeled apples and combine treatment, and three other drugs, obviously isn't often used around
Boiled lima beans with grated carrot neutral acriflavine, colloidal silver shipyards.The Put 3.purpose Va-tro-nolup each

'; .., French dressing and onion. oxide, and tyrothricin have proved wood, in addition to being nostril.. (1) shrinks swollen
Add the hard is also heavyitis membranes, (2) soothes Irritation,
Chopped chives cottage completely successful in ordinarycases. very very (3) relieves transient nasal con-
, < Boiled potatoes 'cheese blended These drugs are injected into so heavy that it will not float in gestion :. and brings greater

..'. and with mayonnaise, = 's; the infected parts. All but the most water-so hard that shaping it is a breathing comfort. VItAP8S
-y., Prepare separately, in lemon juice, salt severe cases respond. most difficult procedure-yet each Follow the complete
the usual manner, an equal quantity I and Mix directions W, "
,'. pepper. block is worked to a .004 inch -"RO-UOL
After infection has been In folder.
;: of all the vegetables mentioned in removed,
well. Serve on let- exactness. In a six-foot stern shaft I
recipe. Boil potatoes with their jack- the udder will show a tendency to
tuce. there 128
bearing are separate
.... ets, peel while still warm and mari- rebuild itself, and milk productionmay ,
blocks. Channels between the
: in french Molded Cranberry Salad. become normal. Treatment
; nate dressing while still
... (Serves.8 to 10) blocks permit the circulation of Get Your War Bonds &
warm. When ready to serve vege- during dry .periods preferable'in
salt water the only lubrication
tables have them well chilled Vz pound cranberries general. ,
and To Help Ax the Axis '
1 medium-sized
':: arrange in layers in a large salad apple, unpeeled necessary.-

: .- bowl, starting with beets at the bot- 1 orange and rind ;

tom, followed by lima beans, then V cup sugar Farm NotesFor
% teaspoon salt
string beans next with
carrots, fol-
lowed by peas. When all vegeta- 1 package orange-flavored gelatin AREEN -ANGUS SALE
1 cup hot water safe storage of grain, die

Vz. cup cold water moisture content should not be more
/ cup chopped celery than 14 cent
per say experts. 82 Choice
Lynn Says: .
Salad Notes: Ingredients for a Pick over cranberries, wash and
salad should be large enough to drain well. Grind cranberries, ap- Every farmer who possibly can is Breeding Cattle ''

retain their identity. It's not a ple and orange (including rind), saving urged to cut a few cords of pulp-
good idea to hide a vegetable the any liquid which remains. Stir wood or a few logs of lumber this Sale Pavilion ''t

family does not like by chopping in sugar. Cover and set aside while fall during his spare time. War McNatt Stock Yard

it very fine. Shred, but do not gelatin is dissolved in hot water. industries are calling for tremendous VIDALIA GEORGIA
chop vegetables. Add cold water and allow to become amounts of wood products says R. ,

Simplest salads are the most partly jellied, then add cranberry W. Graeber, extension forester at Monday, November 1st _

attractive. A salad should taste mixture and jelly. This may be N. Carolina State. college.. Offering 82 bead of choice pure-bred Aberdeen-Angus cattle from 21 of the leading herd
as good as it looks. poured either into a loaf pan or in- of Georgia South Carolina and Tennessee. These choice breeding cattle have been wised
\ Aralac under southern conditions and ace ready to go to work for you. The female offering consists -
dividual molds rinsed synthetic
Toss ingredients lightly with cold wa- a new of with heifers. There 72
.c'.. never cows calves at side and rebred, bred heifers and open are
. stir ambitiously. Dressing need ter. Allow to jell, then unmold on has some of the properties of wool. females and 10 bulls. Auction sponsored by the American Aberdeen-Angus Breeders/
=.j; not cover every piece. Salad lettuce. Another new clothing material is Association and the Georgia Aberdeen-Angus Association.
should made from a combination of fibers Aberdeen-Angus are the most popular and profitable beef cattle in the south.They
greens always be clean Are having a time stretching ? intes-
you meats are hornless hardy,of superior beef type and resistant to disease and screw worm
crisp, fresh. Write to Miss Lynn Chambers for practical from redwood? tree bark and wool, tation. Share in the rapidly growing southern demand for this superior beef breed. Buy
Vary salads from day to day. help, at Western Newspaper Union and a soybean fiber now being used your foundation Aberdeen-Angus at Vidalia on November 1.

Try new combinations of color, 210 South Desplaines Street, Chicago, Ill. in making hats. A new cotton cloth, AMERICAN ABERDEEN-ANGUS BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION

vegetables and fruit., Don't forget enclose a stamped self-ad' not yet on the market, is said to baas 7 Dexter Park Avenue Chicago 9, lIIinoJ
dressed envelope for your reply. durable as woolen fabric.


them both. It is a picture of the State Geologist i first announced recovery of oil Ion of the public during the month
Book ReviewsNew
America of booms and depression j from the Sunniland well, and E. D. of November. Beginning November
gaieties and glooms, of isolationistsand Pressler, area geologist who will 1, the major radio net-works and ;r
books in Clewiston Public Library interventionists, between World I (Continued from page 1) have charge of a Florida office the national! advertising in newspapers ;
-reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean War I and World War II. I a conference there, after a conference company has established at Tampa, and magazines will carry the theme r
:King, chairman: i of geologists of the oil .com- made' the firm's report to Gunter. of the "Food Fights for Freedom" ,
j who made a detailed report onI campaign.
I findings and operations The news Farmers Ask- Local !
By John P. MarquandThe I By Richard' Llewellyn I committees setup to handle
release goes on to say: the price control
of SO LITTLE TIME'I has program and the
scenes Once again Richard Llewellyn
from! Home Front
| He said geological samples Pledge
Continued will
( from probably .
are Bragg: Massachusetts, New written a book which reveals a depthof Page 1)
the bottom of the 11,700-foot well] conduct the new
Yoik City Connecticut, Hollywood, I found in modern : Edward O'Neill, head of the American campaign in their
humanity rarely
formation counties, with
limestone the
"are of a porous i addition
and Washington; the time, from the I fiction. It is story which looks life I Farm Bureau Federation, will new members of any ;
of Lower Cretaceous age pos- needed to
the be present at the Lakeland meeting.Mr. carry on i
'German invasion of Norway to straight in the eyes and blinks at with the the work
I sibly to be correlated more efficiently.
1941 but in retrospect the O'Neill is considered the strongest F
end of nothing. It is a significant, thoroughly oil The
"Glen Rose, a well known pro- Campaign will
cover the
of all farm following i
novel goes back to 1912 and so gives adult, moving novel-one spokesmen in the
ducing formation of East Texas. projects:
a broad picture of an era. It is the which many people will rate as i the oil being I United States, and is probably better I
Wilson, froma Gunter described as known to farmers of the nation 1. PRODUCE FOOD, where and
story of Jeffrey a boy greater book than HOW GREEN. Oil s
of 20 degrees specific gravity. I
small New England town, an aviator WAS MY VALLEY.. i than any other. Any member of the when you can. Farmers are urged
is the
of that specific gravity' to meet farm
In World War I, then newspaperman new bureau, which it is hoped to be goals. City familiesare :
play doctor, movie script writer In NONE BUT THE LONELY I same consistency as black strap mo-i formed Tuesday night will be welcomed urged to plan a bigger Victory !
HEART, the author looks at life
his lasses. at the Lakeland Garden, to help out on a farm
; the story of his married life, meeting. or in f
through the eyes of Ernie Mott, ii "Regardless of the outcome of a food processing plant. if
work, worries, and search for security. i possible. :
London horizon is
Cockney whose
It is the story of some only I f remedial measures to cut off the'flow 'I Rationing"' Calendar 2. CONSERVE FOOD Can and
bounded by mean streets; whose said, "There I
of salt water, he
Americans who didn't want to face preserve food. Cut waste. Stretch" :
recreation is the tawdry FunFair
the in the I is considerable possibility that the your food supply
i probability of total war to by substituting ,
months before Pearl Harbor. ,It ,is ;; whose" ambition is be "in alI well may be acidized, and later even (Continued from Page 1) 1 plentiful for scarce foods. Balance '
especially the story of Jeffrey's relations the Money; for whom women are deepened In order to test possible I ed meats and fats. Eventually Book: your_ meals for good nutrition.
I source of tantalizing and unsatisfied Acidiz- be' all :
with his son Jim, who was i lower producing horizons. 4 will sufficient for the rationed 3. SHARE FOOD. Put the war's
desire. ing, he explained, is a common practice commodities but"until that time I
nineteen, a student at Harvard, and I' food demands first. Share the
NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART of pouring an acid into a well, all copies of Book: :3 should be sup-
in love in the spring of 1940. After I I I plies] willingly with your ,armed
Dunkirk Jeffrey began to realize that its a thrilling story, taut with suspense -I to dissolve the limestone, making it guarded car.efully.Food forces, your Allies, your neighbors.
and at times painfully real. more porous and increasing the pOSe:
the United States would get into the I 4. PLAY SQUARE WITH
Yet through it all there is love and sibility of the flow of oil. [ rights for Freedom FOOD.
war; lie thought how little time Jim I Accept no rationed foods without
""Blight have, and wanted hinf' to do tenderness In full measure. I Morgan J. Davis of The Home Front Pledge is the giving up ration stamps. Pay 'no

whatever he chose.. But the boy had Texas, chief geologist of Houston'l first step in a far bigger movement I more than top legal prices under any
mother, too, and Jeffrey's views A good book is the best"of friends, ble Oil and Refining Company who I which will be. brought to the attent- circumstances.
'did not prevail;, and in the enduing the same today and forever.-Tup- ..MN I I. .

conflict Jeffrey learned more about per. .'. ---- -',.,-,
himself and his world than he knew ,

before. I Moore Haven Terriers will play SAYS. ..
SO LITTLE TIME is satire and the Clewiston Tigers in Clewiston I

humor, with deep seriousness behind I Monday Night, November 1st.1I I

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v y I you're working night and day now that so alcohol required to make the medical supplies

j:i= And We MUST NOT. :_::: many of the younger doctorsare in the army." that are being used right this minute to

"That's right,Judge,and I'm glad I'm still alleviate pain, combat: infection and save

able to do it. Had a long letter from Harry... human lives, is produced by the beverage

-Y, that bright young fellow I was breakin' in to distilling industry. This entire industry

-'..., .: take over my practice. He said the boys in stopped making whiskey over a year ago and

Y YI the service are getting the best medical care has been working night and day producing,
of any:'' armed force in our history. They nothing but war-alcohol.: "

'+ ::: really should with all those brilliant doctors "Nobody knows better than I, Judge,

::: \. + and plenty of supplies to work with.", : ;. : what all: important contribution to our war
"Speaking of supplies, Doc, net 'mary effort that really is."
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