The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00968
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00968
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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:\'. Baptists Purchase. I I New 2nd Grade Teacher'J


Parsonage HereThe Completes Faculty; Here


Rev. and Mrs H. C. Meadorare Mrs May N., Hines began Monday

AT SCHOOL now residing in the new par- IN 18-12 morning as teacher ,of second grade PUPIL MILK FUNDThe
sonage which the First Baptist VICTORYI pupils in the local school, and com-

; Church recently purchased for their I pletes the faculty for the year. The

'1 I minister. The house is one of the j second grade has ,been the most
School will
Clewiston High Tigers annual
The vocational agricultural department -i Hallowe'en Carnivaland
built congested grade in school, having:
of defense houses
\ of the Clewiston school has group I go after their fourth straight win dance, sponsored by the P.-T. A.
and is located in the section west of 57 pupils enrolled in it, with only one'teacher
Friday November 12, I
been making definite progress during of the season Saturday night, was, the most suc-
Mrs. M. H. There
ad- Sharpe. )
reservation. The
the Engineer
the recent weeks of school. The when they play host to the LaBelle cessful money-raising event held in
o dress is 423 West Crescent Drive. were two first grade teachers last
Cowboys on the Clewiston Field. I Clewiston in
is indicated in permanent many years. Approxi-
for this and it found
The church has always rented a year group was
': improvement to the department The game will start at 8 o'clock and mately $950 was cleared on the event
home for its pastor but the housing necessary to obtain a second teacher '
'"' which furnish the students with better everybody is cordially invited. The for the P.-T. A.'s milk fund.
in Clewiston became so for it again this year.
situation Moore Haven was a financial The carnival
facilities to acquire knowledge, game on the school grounds
Mrs. Hines, whose husband is
that the membership soon set a
'. the easy and practical way. acute success, and a similar"attendance in opened at 6, o'clock, with hamburgers -
', its aim the securing of a per- chemist at the sugar house, came
-- as future will insure the money weiners, fried
: According to M. H. Sharpe, vocational games to Clewiston recently from New fish, cakes, pie,
"' agriculture instructor, the manent parsonage for their minis-I for a good athletic program for: the I coffee, cold drinks, milk and lemon- .
Iberia, Louisiana. has
She a four
ter. Rev. and Mrs. Meador
background of this recent improve- remainder of the year. ade on sale, providing the supper
comfortable, and pleased Last Friday night the Tigers broke year college degree and has taught I that many housewives
ment dates back to, activities begun for 14 in Louisiana. did not cookat
}, 1 last year. The crowded conditionsin new home. precedent and for the first time In years home that night. since most of

the local school building did not ---- the history of the rivalry defeatedthe the articles on sale were donated,

provide adequate space for a suc- Moore Haven Terriers for 'the these food booths netted a nice sum

cessful agriculture department. The F.F.A. CHAPTER IS second straight time this season, by CONTROL OF INSECT toward the total.

class room ,was ,one in the grammar I a score of 18 to 12. I In addition to the food there were

:. school building, which had to be : Captain Richard Pape scored all various attractions,- such as bingo,

,: shared with other classes. A small i ORGANIZED WITH I three touchdowns for the Tigers PESTS IS SUBJECTOF penny pitching game, fortune-tell

shop with some tools was separate and, along with Sherwood Hall was I ing, crazy house, side-shows, fish

and, some 120 yards back of the classroom '! I II the defensive star of the game. Mil- pond and pony-rides. There were

building. This arrangement : SCHOOL AG PUPILS ton Adkins, Moore Haven fullback, KIWANIS TALK waiting lines at nearly all.of these

proved undesirable. With the local' was the individual offensive star of !! the entire evening. '

:.: agriculture department working in J I the game, with several long runs and I After the supper hour, the chil-
With each vocational agriculture Dr. T. L. Carpenter guest
cooperation with the federal government accurate passes. Clewiston made a was dren paraded in their costumes, and

'. : and the county school board, department there, 19. organized a great goal line stand in the last I speaker at the Wednesday.eyening prizes were awarded the costumesin

'. plans were made for an agriculture 1 club for their students taking agri! three minutes of play .to stave off the I I Kiwanis meeting at the Clewiston the various age groups..
'touchdown threat the Terriers. ,, Inn. Dr. Carpenter is an entomolo-
department adequate to meet the, local tying by -I
r ,
the Shirley
culture. In the past two weeks I II Krueger, who was the
candidate -
: gist and his talk insects and
I : was on
r demands and to put the Clew- Clewiston completed 8 out of
I Clewiston Chapter of Future Farmers -' (I I from the eighth grade, was
iston with 17 passes which contributed largely their effect on our lives. He dealt
department I
on.a par
of America has begun to functionfor crowned queen of the carnival. The
I others in the state. to the victory. I particularly on the insect pests
the current In the first crown was placed her head
year. I I upon by
which affect and
Moore Haven crops
i The first step was to provide at' Line-ups, : I
I Carl E .Johnson
meeting election of officers was held school trustee, who
the methods of control used for them.
building to house the department. End, Farnam, Langford. I
and the following officers were in' Carpenter'spoke acted as master of ceremonies at the
Center Stalls. Dr. of the pre-
The latest state approved plans were
stalled. President, Richard ''Pape, event. The eighth grade presentedthe
valence of insects and the fact that
t' secured. Using this blueprint as a Backs, Whidden, Adkins, Lundy.Lineups .
vice president, Marty Waldron; Sec- queen with a corsage of roses,
everything eat and wear' is sub-
guide, work was begun but it was : ,,
and the P.-T.
Sammy Young Treasurer, A. gave her small
retary ; a
soon found that existing, conditions Ends, Pape, Poole. 'ject to damage from insects and requires gift of .
: Ben Bolton; Reporter, Charles Ben- appreciation.
would modify the construction to a Center, Beardsley. care to preserve them from
bow; Watch Dog, Junior Martinez. Backs Hall Waldron Martinez damage. One candidate was chosen from
i f certain extent. By enlarging the ,
The members of the chapter who) each grade through the 8th, and the
t existing shop and transforming It into Jr. The speaker is now engaged in a
put their friends in office are as fol-I ....... I other candidates, who were maids in
f a classroom, then adding an extension Moore Haven .0 '12 0 0-12 I survey of this agricultural region to

It to a previous addition the lows: Melvin Torbet, David Clewiston ..........12 0 6 0.-18 I[ learn the' various insect:pests here i the Hallowe'en court were introduced -

t. main part, of the building took Frank Conkling, Lewis Thomas'l _. I and to, learn which insecticides are II to the audience. The candidates

i shape. The local school ,board gave ford Dunaway', Johnny most needed and best adapted to kill- and the number of votes each had

a 'small 12 by 20 foot out-building, Frank Harben, Clarence Stiles,-'Ray- ing these pests. He said that vege-I were: Bethia: Mueller, 300; Patsy
I mond Trice, Richard Hendry, Bobby CO. COMMISSIONERS Casper 2000; Joyce Bartz 2$4;
; and this structure was attached to tables in this region have a quicker
the middle of the already existing ,.Croy, Curtis Pullen, ,Bobby Topper, 'growth than In most reasons, and i:;11IarvE., Sutton, 537;' Joyce Turner,

t,. '. construction- providea.. much! Robert Hansen, Gilbert McLeod, Jack VOTE TO CREATE .. for this reason insecticides which are 200; Peggy Powell<< 3835; Shirley
. < deeded, office' space and 'batbTrbomfacilities. Martinez Dean Holland, Milton satisfactory here do not always work rOw n; 2584; and Shirley Krueger,

This final addition improved Poole, Randall Chastain, Bobby in other areas. 4307., ,

1.-,' the looks of the 'over all construction Knight, Bub, Mills, John 'Barton, NEW PRECINCT 6 I The manufacturers of insecticideshave I The dance, which followed the

t and gave a building 22 ft. Harold: Broaderick, Clifford Beatty'I' been faced with difficulties ,In (Continued on Page 4)
Emery Campbell, Edward Conkling ---
by 78 ft., which is ample size to obtaining pyrethium and quinine,

house the department. Russ Owens, Stanley Wright,_ Byrl : The: board of county commissioners both of which were imported into I
Lending their full cooperation the Ingram, Burton Phillippe, Antkony DOCTOR
I voted unanimously Tuesday to this country from. the Malay peninsula -
Toulis and Richard Hendry. I l
county ,contributed funds for the
and'other chemicals being
cement floor for the shop and pro- I Activities of the chapter this i create a new voting precinct at sought and used to substitute are for

vided 360 feet of pipe to ,supply the : school term has not developed as Clewiston to be designated Precinct I them in manufacturing poison for I THANKS FOR USE
.' building, with water. Mr. Sharpe 'I yet into a scheduled program, but No. 6. This is intended to ac- I insects. Dr. Carpenter said that

\. states that the pupils themselves the boys have cooperated with the commodate voters in the Hookers Florida uses more chemicals in insecticides -

have installed the 360 feet. of pipe, !I[ P.-T. 1\. in putting on the Hallo Point section who, previously have than nearly all other pro-r OF X-RA Y UNIT -

; constructed and installed screens for 1( we'en carnival. They built the been compelled to travel two miles ducing areas in the country. This is

-i.' the building, constructed the classroom -!!booths and other necessary construc- and more, some on foot, in order to due largely, he said, to the mild 1 I
blackboard cast their ballot. Dr. Paul J. Coughlin, director of
made tool cabinets" tion items. In addition the chapter climate here which does not tend to I
(Continued on Page 5)'" had its own booth and sold tickets, The section affected lies south of keep the insects killed out as in the Highlands-Glades County health

.-- I the holders of whom were entitled to highway 25, east of the Industrialcanal ( colder climates. I i department, has expressed his satisfaction : -

drawing for four bonds. at the results of the recent
enter a war to Palm Beach county Un?.
URGES I Mrs. C. O. Benbow, Mrs. C. M. Jarvis The legal description isbeginNW Coach Bernard Myer was ,a guest!i I: visit 'of the mobile X-ray unit of the
of the club. _
<', <: and Phillip McLeod of Clewiston corner Section 14, Township 43 I i state health department tuberculosis
The election of officers will take division.Dr. .
and Charles Atwill of Moore Haven South, Range 34 East, thence '

) STAMP FOR MAILING won these bonds. South ,along West line of Sections place next week.Selectees i I Coughlin writes:

.:, The money derived from this sale 14, 23, 26 and 35, Township 43 S.. I "The recent visit of the Mobile

will be spent to secure blackout Range 34 E., to Southwest cornerof Left Tuesday I X-ray unit to your community was

XMAS. GREETINGS curtains for the agriculture class so Section 35, thence South ,along) I very successful. There has been

,: moving: pictures of the latest_ agri- I West line of Sections, 2, 11, 14, 23,1 I For Camp Blanding some criticism of the fact that we

' .. cultural development can be shown 2635, Township 44 South, Range J did not X-ray more school children,
/;; The post office department Is re- I in their classroom.The I 34 East to Southwest corner of Section -, Following only one week later) as in other 'years. The reason for

' ," questing that people plan this year Clewiston chapter wishes to 35, thence South along West than the October quota of selectees I i this is ,fairly simple. This year the

,,;,:- : to send their Christmas Greetings line of Sections 2, 11, 14, 23, 26 and I program was not set up for schoolchildren
its appreciation to all who of
express from Hendry County, a group men
r' first-class mail. This be I 35 45 S 34 E. but adults
by would I I1"0 Township ? Range mainly for as
Ir helped with this sale and its hope I
2nd for
a patriotic gesture on the part of that many more bonds will be addedto thence East along South 'line of Sec- left Tuesday, November has been stated in previous issues of

civilians, as the increased revenue those thus received. tions 35, 36, Township 45 S., Range Camp Blanding and induction into your paper. Our main interest this

thus obtained would help the 'depart 34 East to Palm Beach-Hendry military service. year was the contacting and discovering -

ment offset the tremedous expenseof JOSEPH JONES county line, thence North to center I The group included: LesterBrown : I of cases of adult tuberculosis -

handling servicemen's mail free, line state highway 25 to point of McCormick Wilford Lee who might conceivably passon

and the great advantage in postal beginnnig Graham, Stephen Blackburn Taylor,I the disease to members of the
Joseph Jones, of Bear Beach, diedof
:, rates folks back home have in send- Robert Lewis McClenithan Wilburn I armed services stationed in your
a heart attack in the local hos-
ing mail to servicemen abroad. Farmers' Adelbert Shuler. territory, or who might transmit the
pital shortly after midnight Sunday. Hendry County
Local postmasters say: "The Funeral services were conducted in : Ernest Lee TJllman, ,Hugh Russell disease to other adult workers em-
department mailers to send I David Owen, ployed in essential war industry and
urges Luckey, Richard
Bradenton, the family home, Tuesday May Apply For Loans
their holiday greetings at the first- Clarence BertrelL) Broyles, !Noah thus hinder our efforts. The short-
and, interment, was in the ceme-
C class rate because of the many ad- I tery there. Erwin 'Harris, Judson Leo Varnadoe, age of labor and the shortage of

vantages that will result. When so Emergency seed, feed and fer- Richard Marion Dupree Jacobo X-ray film at this time precludedany
Mr. Jones had suffered broken
sent the 'greeting may contain written a tilizer loans are available to farmers Malki, Carnie Milton Poole wholesale X-raying of the chil-

? messages not otherwise permit-1 neck in an accident several years ago of Hendry County and application Vernon Harroll Gillis, Earl James I dren in the community."A .
and had, until been forced
-' led, and will have a personal appeal recently, blanks may be obtained at the! Dyess. Edward Morgan, Harold total of 593 X-rays were taken
.. that will be greatly appreciated by !I Ito wear a metal brace to prevent county agent's office in the court-J Jenkins Lang, Gardiner True Lake in :Moore Haven and Clewiston,

the recipient. First-class greetings I jury to his neck vertebrae.The in-I 1 house. ) Carl Edwin Malmberg, John Levi which is an exceptionally good rec-
deceased is survived
TV ill be :dispatched and delivered 1 by Twenty-five counties in Florida I :McDaniel, Wilbur Archie Montgomery ord. The people are, to be com-
wife and two daughters, Mrs. Ed
:first in all postoffices, will be given. Roland Elman El-
Bennie Dean mended for the interest they have
loans. 1
Eliod and :Mrs. J. L. Jones, both of have been approved for farm
directory service if necessary, will I Clewiston. Because it is necessary to' follow wood Trowbridge, Jr., Beecher Decatur shown in protecting their health in
be forwarded without charge if the H'\\ Howard. these times.
I program of strict economy, there
senders' return address is shown .on
FOOTBALL HERB MONDAY just four district offices in the! There, are three new registrantsin "To the people who were X-rayed,
i '
:the envelope."On state to handle loans, and RAAC the county, who have recnetly let me say that if you do not hear

the other hand, printed I There will) be a football game applications so that the local office reached the age of eighteen and arei. from your private physician or are
Christmas in
-sealed greetings mailed un-I between the Moore Haven and La-I held by A. J. Evers has been discontinued eligible for selective service. They not contacted by the county health

envelopes at the third-class Belle school teams on the Clewiston are Eddie Harris, white, and Mike nurse within the next ,two months

Tate addressed which, must cannot often be be delivered destroyed as I I field Monday night., Game will be- I I Hendry County is in the district Watkins and William Holmes An- you can rest assured that your X-

\ o'clock of Fort drews, negroes. These are the first rays were negative. We would like
waste gin at 8 and the boys are supervised by I. O. Creeger
,as thereby causing disapPoint-
] new registrants in many weeks. 'to be able to notify each person in-
t ment. Such greetings are not en-' hoping for'a fine crowd of football Lauderdale. However, application ;\
fans. blanks for loans and other infor- dividually, but due to the large
titled to the free forwarding service
obtained from Mrs. According to a conducted number of X-rays and the shortageof
mation be
: accorded first-class mail and often Each of these teams has been defeated may
heretofore. nationwide by the National our staff this will be impossible."The .
Vera :McCall as -
the sender is unaware that his by the Clewiston boys this
Center University County Health Department
Opinion Research ,
Christmas greetings, were not re year, but in each instance the game
Father's Day was launched 33 of Denver, seven people out of wishes to thank all those people who
ceived. This never occurs with was hotly contested, and this game
Mrs. John Bruce Doddof ten think the present 'war will not volunteered their services to make
I greetings which are sealed and sent between these two etams should be ago "
..-- Spokane Washington. be the last International conflict. this undertaking successful.
,as first-class ,mail. J very '


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SeePrivate Here Q I Soldier Knew Not What
Gems of ThoughtMake I
.iJ He Was Dickering For 4

yourself necessary to Hargrove! !
We have
the world and the world will heard a bit about the
A freedom with which American soldiers -
bread.Emerson.Good cy
you by Marion Harcrrove" V/.M.U.. I in India spend their, money.
is the conquest over fcc :v i c. B. Here
is a story which well illus-
evil; not the absence of evil.- THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marlon there, you grow closer through hard- Again Private Hart 'retrieved the trates the point:

Sir Ernest Benn. Hargrove former newspaper employeeof ship and privation than you can pos- pillow and again he lay down. This doughboy, having. hired a
Content thyself to be ob- a North Carolina paper, has been inducted sibly grow to any other group. After "Why," he asked, "must you behave tonga (a light two-wheeled cart

scurely good.-Addison. basic Into training the army at Fort and is Bragg.receiving He you get out into a line organizationa like a two-year-old infant? Can'tyou usually drawn by a pony or bul-

To thine own self be true has his become well acquainted with many real tactical unit, such as these act like a normal adult?" lock) for a distance the ordinary

And it must follow, as the night the phases of army life but, because of his boys are entering-any hardship or "Sure I can," Private Sager re fare for which would be half a

day, classification as a cook and his too-often misery is just a part of the routine. plied. '"Kindly step outside with rupee, magnanimously handed the
Thou canst not then be false to any me
man.Shakespeare.A KP assignments he knows more about The sufferers are men rather than and put up your fists." driver a 50-rupee note.
the Company kitchen than most rookies. boys. The man shook his head violently
babe in a house is a well- He has acquired a good understandingof But in this first training cycle, this Private Hart gave vent. to a quiet and demanded 60. -
of pleasure.Tupper.Always the breeze" and gentlemanly oath. "Please do
spring "goldbrickIng, "shooting rookie stage, you haven't been hard- J.V Said the American
and an the other extra-curricular soldier me the honor to shut mouth't ,
do what is right. You your "
ened. You and the new soldiers enough. I shan't "
and activities. As we pick up the story he he requests. "I should like to read pay more.
will gratify some people sensitive delicate The Indian
Is discussing some of the Interesting you are without the clamor of thereupon accepted i
surprise the rest.-Mark Twain. Sher. boys, newly yanked from home or your big yap the money and walked
.I traits of his close friend, Private roaring in my ears." away, leav-
It is with Sher that Hargrove has shared school, accustomed to an easygoingand ing the tonga and pony.
many of his adventures. usually painless life. You share If you want peace and quiet on

each other's illness, fatigue, despair. these stay-at-home nights, the best
Rep. Foss Was Not to Be When Happy Menza grows home- solution is to go to the second bar- KEEP In place. Tame that unruly
CHAPTER X racks down the line. There's look. Add lustre. Keep
sick for Buffalo and McGlauflin nobody
Outdone by Englishman down YOUR hair well groomed with
except fifty-eight
starts a wistful reminiscing about
Moroline Hair Tonic.
There was one Sunday evening members of the band, who are always HAIR
the lakes and forests of Minnesota, bottle 25c. Sold everywhere.
Representative Eugene Noble when Sher started a letter to his: you are homesick for them rather rehearsing at this time of i iI
family and found, after a couple of: I
Foss of Massachusetts was noted than for yourself. You are compan- night.
for his wit. As he paragraphs, that there was nothingfor -Ba-::
ready governor I ions tested in misery. : Colored Lights ,Affect Plants
him to write about. "Here, Junior -
was one day lunching with a prom- ,," he said. "Write a letter for Friday night was probably the last Slang runs wild in the Army. It's Colored lights affect many kinds t
The latter who
inent Englishman. your old daddy. Give them the old evening the boys of my old crowd like a disease or the liquor habit. of plants, some growing better tinder I
was fond of boasting of his ances- Hargrovian schmaltz." would be together. At least, it was Among the boys who sit around on red, while others prefer yellow -
try, took a coin from his pocket, .
the last evening they were sure of
Since Junior in devilish
pointed to it and said: "My was
great-great-grandfather was madea mood, he sat down and wrote a long being together. The following day \ I i

lord by the king whose pictureyou and inspired letter to the Shers of they were to go home for a week'sfurlough. -'" /

see on this shilling." Columbus, Ohio-telling them how On their return, next Mon- / Beware Coughs I
tooka their little Maurice was falling be- day, they will be assigned to their ,
Whereupon Foss promptly said hind in his class I by; goldbricking and permanent stations to enter the fieldas from common colds
from pocket, : [
hanging out late at the,Service Club, soldiers. So they arranged to k
,great-grandfather"What a coincidence was! My made great-an entreating them to return him to his hold a party Friday night on the That Hang On i
river beyond Fayetteville.When .
true career, the Army. I finished by
angel by the Indian whose pictureyou
this cent.-Pathfinder, saying, "You see who's writing the we rode to the river in our i Creomulsion relieves promptly because I
see on letters; you should know where to chartered bus, we rang the welkin ? it goes right to the seat of the I
trouble to help loosen
send the cookies. that bum with the 'fragrant and expel
Forget old songs-the faintly L germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
Fresh Air in Subs "
I Maury. songs you pick up throughthe to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
Several days later-after 'I had years and the "Caisson Song" bronchial mucous mem-

When one of Uncle Sam's subs swapped in skillet for a typewriterand and "Old King Cole" that'you learnin a branes.bottle Tell of Creomulsion your druggist to sell you
fs submerged under fathoms of had moved to Headquarters Bat- the Army. They were boisterous, derstanding you must like the the way un-it j
water, the air is clean and fresh tery-I came by Battery A to see if those songs, but a melancholy strainran quickly allays the cough or you are i
for days at a time. Our subs are I had any mail from my nonwriting under all of them. to have your money back.

air-conditioned just like modern of- friends in Charlotte. There weren'tany At the party we ate barbecue and CREOMULSION

fice buildings. Non-toxic, non- letters, but there was a package we drank beer and we recalled the
flammable and non-explosive refrigerants which looked about, the size of a best anecdotes of the training cycle. A new and gullible man is sent for for Coughs,Chest Colds,BronchitisBystander's

-- are used. steamer trunk. There were enough We sang and we shouted. Two or the cannon report, or the rubber i,

cookies inside to feed a small. regi- three of the boys dipped a little too flag which is used on rainy days..

ment for three days. deep into the keg and became slightly Fury
The card inside read: "Dear Har- sentimental.' And although the the back steps after Lights Out and: Hell hath no ,fury like a non-

grove-We think your idea about the food and the beer were the best, the I bat the breeze ,far into the night, combatant.-John A. Winant.

I I cookies is superb. Give Maury one songs were the songs we loved and no simple and understandable English -

NONE or two; he's a good boy when he the anecdotes were the cream of the I word is used where a weird and

wants to be. Why don't you come up season, it was empty joy. It had a outlandish concoction can be sub-

to Columbus on your,, furlough?" dull undercurrent of sorrow. stituted.

36TABLETS20{ 100 TABLETS 35 It seemed that this beautiful ,It was the sort of feeling that you Water is GI lemonade. Salt is

.. WORLDS LARGEST, SELLER AT lot friendship-with all its fragrant know in the last hour before the sand or Lot's wife; pepper is

memories, its happy hours and hell- New Year's bells, the feeling that specks; sugar is sweetening com-

raising, its .beautiful cigarettes, reaches its fullest when "Auld Lang pound. Milk is cat beer; butter,
Swedish Forests cookies, and Samaritan relativeswas Syne" is heard. dogfat. Ketchup isJ blood.: *,In the .
More than half of Sweden is cowered of the soldier
untiring imagination ,
destined ,to end with the clos- Since we left our homes last July
with forests. ing of the basic training cycle here. we've learned a lot. Drills and green peas become China berries;

-pa- rifles, pup tents and gas masks, all hominy grits are glamorized into
that. Georgia ice cream; rice is swamp' -7 Recommended
FOR QWCK RELIEF The old gang, which has lived and of seed. Potatoes become Irish grapes; s
worked and played together for over This, though-the scattering of our hot
Q prunes change to strawberries; by ManyDOCTORS
first fraternity-is another thing we
three months and has, grown into a cakes become blanl'ets. Bread is
have learned, now and for the first
A close and sympathetic brotherhood, and creamed beef on toast is
Soothing (J r punk y
S A LV 'time. It is our first lesson in a new ; fii
is The t /
ANTISEPTIC n;. dissolving now. training cycle punk and salve. Meat loaf and hash .
Used by thousands with satisfactory results is being finished and already the kind of homesickness, bred only in are kennel rations.It } *
for 40 years-six valuable old ties the Army.
ingredients. loosing. .
Get Carboil at drug stores or write -P3- is strictly against the code of ;:
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Term.SNAPPY The student cooks whom I grewto "Private Hargrove, I said to my- the Army to say a complimentaryword i Helps tone up adult
know and feel a fondness for about the food or the cook, no
self, "you have been doing quite systems helps
during ,those months are not so for- matter how good the food is or how !
much There
too; gallivanting lately.
children build sound
tunate of the other soldiers. i
as some have been too movies too hard the cook labors to make it so.
1 Q The Charlotte boys who were in- many bull'sessions many, too many hours, Oscar of the Waldorf in the Army, : teeth, strong bones.
ducted with me and who went would still be either a slumburneror
-- spent at the Service Club and too t
much time spent flirting with that a belly-robber IIS /

J cute little waitress at the delicatessen Back at the News, the boys in the TASTlN

in Fayetteville. Tonight, Pri- composing room and the mailing

vate Hargrove, you will take this interesting department used to send greenhorns

; and improving book, readit searching all over the' building for

w until Lights Out and go to bed erasing ink, striped or dotted ink, 0-

o 0 promptly at nine o'clock." paper stretchers, and other non existent -

There was a little back talk, a items. Here, a new and gullible -

FACTS little argument, a little entreaty. man is sent for the cannon report -

However, the forces of Truth and or for the biscuit gun, the River
ABOUT Progress prevailed. Immediatelyafter flagpole key, or the rubber flag Ocean-going steamers can travel

RUBBER supper ,,,1 '''adjourned to the which is used on rainy days. 2,300 miles up the Amazon.

squadroom, arranged myself comfortably Here are some of the most popu

0 : on my bunk and dug into lar figures of speech:

the interesting book. ,Peace and Army Bible-the Articles of

quiet held sway about me. War; regulations. see e"

Private Wesley Sager, late of Am- Barrage party, especially f
Success of the Dutch in trans-
planting the quinine tree from sterdam, New York,' grew weary of where the Demon Rum rears its MO Yotil1g: B terldIpoeul
Peru to Java helped encour- the quiet. Yawning widely, he rolled ugly head.
over in bed and with a sudden .
age interest in the development Blanket 'drillsleep.Butchershopa .. i I.f.
of rubber plantations in I've spent too much time flirting I swoop yanked the pillow from be- dispensary or ,... "\\

'the Far East in the early with that cute little waitress at the neath the head of Private Melvin hospital.By ''', ...
1870's. delicatessen in Fayetteville. Hart. "Yippee," screamed Private the numbers-like clock.

With all the discouragements of Sager, tossing the pillow ,across the work; with precision and effi

rubber and gasoline Restrictions, through their antitank trainiiig together squadroom to a, willing accomplice. ciency.
automobile registrations at the will go together to Fort "Yippee," screamed the willing ac- Chili bowl-regulation haircut.
end of 1942 were only 5 per cent Knox and will 'continue to be with complice, tossing the pillow back to Chest hardwaremedals.Didie .

lower then In 1941, a record year. each other for at least a while longer. Private Sager. pins-the gold bars of a

Commercial vehicle registrationswere On the other hand, these stu- Private Hart rose and retrieved second lieutenant.The .
per cent. dent cooks of Battery A will not go his pillow with dignity and formality. eagle-money. On payday

It is estimated that at one out together. No Fort is going to be He placed it on his bunk, the eagle flies.
time there were between 300 sent a whole battery of cooks. One smoothed it and laid his head uponit. Flying timesleep.Gashousea .
million and 500 million wild cook will be needed here, anotherthere Three privates sighed in resigna- beer joint. O You can't see legume bacteria. If

rubber trees in the Amazon and the old-third platoon will tion. The incorrigibles were at it Gluehoney.Goof you could, you wouldn't know whether
Valley and that less than 10 they were good or bad. But there is one
be scattered from hell to breakfast.An make mistake
again. off-to a of and
per cent have been tapped to sure way to get plenty
date. old thirty-year man, with fiveor Private Sager lay quiet for a Higher brass the higher effective inoculating bacteria just

six hash 'marks on his sleeve, while. Then he broke into a loud, ranks of officers. ask for NITRAGIN when you buy.
r/ will tell you that no matter how regular, but unconvincing snore. The Holy Joe-the chaplain. NITRAGIN is the oldest and most

long you stay in the Army, you'll three sighing privates did not return Honey wagon the garbage widely used legume inoculant. For over
never find a battery that quite stacksup to their occupations, but lay in truck.Jubileereveille. forty years, farmers have used, it to
to the first battery in which you philosophic expectation. Once the which is too get bigger yields of legumes and buildsoil
It few centsan
fertility. costs only a
served, no group of buddies quite boys in that corner got started, often pronounced "revelee. acre but frequently boosts yields of

like the old gang you knew first. nothing but physical exhaustion Mother Machree. sobstoryalibi. vetch, winter peas, dovers, alfalfa, soy
There's a reason for it. In your could stop them. beans and other legumes up to 50%
first organization, you learn for the Private Sager turned as if tossingin Pocket lettuce-paper money. and more. Get NITRAGIN where you
first time all the regulations and the his sleep. Private Hart noted Pontoon checks canteen buy your seed. Look for the yellow can

customs and the traditions of the the move and held his book readyto checks, good for credit at the with the tradename NITRAGIN.
THE NITRAGW ,CO, Jill N. Bocti Jt. Wtaifce, Ws.
Army. When you first face them, strike if a hand came toward post exchange.'

they're tough or they're uninteresting his pillow. Private Sager turned Ride the sickbook-to gold- FREEBooklets

and when you finally get to un- again, facing away from Private brick the easy way by pretending '

derstand and agree, with them, Hart, and Private Hart relaxed his to be ill.

they're identified in your memory vigil.. When he did, the hand shot I Shoulder hardware-the shoul- d.. ti How to grow
with the battery where you learned out once more and the pillow sailed der insignia of a commissioner better "gum,..

them. across the room and into waiting officer.
I Write lo With the men who serve with you arms. I (TO BE CONTINUED;

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I' 'Invasion' in America I 1 I4SI MMMMhhhMhhMMMMMhhhhhMMMMMMhhMMhMhh'( ME 1 A quiz with"answers offering .?

... .uu...__ _____ 1 ? NO TIlER information subjects i 1.MhMMMMMMhf
\ \ th, 2ce' I l ,
: $ JS' &'d. II 1 i 1 I 11
I AtMm4 111111111 1\1 11\1 l11ll111 The Questions 7. The names of Robert Adams,
Released by Western Newspaper Union George Hepplewhite and Thomas
1. The inscription, "Pro patria," Sheraton are associated witb-
<\Y Qvj>!;:,i'' r PYORRHOEAA Which appears on pins given blood what?

donors means what?
few years ago the reading pub- 2. How many Balkan states are The Answers
lic was told that inflammation of the there? '
I I'W gums (gingivitis)' was a forerunnerof 3. In which book of the Bible is 1. For our country. ,
pyorrhoea and that once pyor- the Golden Rule stated? 2. Six Jugoslavia, Rumania,
itQ'aC I rnoea occurred', an 4. How many men are neededon Bulgaria, Albania, Greece and
the teeth should be the ground for each man who Turkey in Europe.
removed. flies? 3. Matthew 7:12.
fJ, Fortunately our 5. Who suspended the sword 4. Approximately 15 to 1.
dentists immediately over the head of Damocles? 5. Dionysius. J
warned their patients 6. What was the original name 6. Acadia.
that gum in- of Nova Scotia? 7. Furniture.
flammation was a
sign of some disturb
.' ance of the body but For Over-Night Hospitality-Here's '
y. it did not mean .
2\K that pyorrhoea was Frame to Aid in Storing Folding Cot

>: .., bound to follow gin-
.zE l I f ; "f: :,< -t y> ;y' ?'> ""} 1"" .:' *
Dr. Barton givitis. Also that
An oft repeated phrase on Axis broadcasts has been "green both gingivitis and TOP CUT brackets outlet. connected with a floor

troops of the United States. These so-called "green troops" pyorrhoea could be cured or corrected COVE .

have pushed the Axis battle veterans from Africa, from Medi- by' proper treatment. Gin III l ADD2.rHEn" NOTE-This sketch is from BOOK 7 of
givitis is an inflammation of the soft U BAND the series prepared for.readers on making
terranean island fortresses, from; Sicily, and finally back into tissues around the teeth; it may be AND things for the home. It also contains
the heart of Europe. Much credit is due to the careful training caused by some general disturbancein I FULL SKIRT sketches and directions for 31 other thingsto
make from odds and ends on hand and
given them in the United States where they learn to invade fac- the body.In Inexpensive new materials. Booklet costs
the Journal of the American 15 cents. Send request for booklet direct -
similes of European villages, complete snipers, booby traps, to: ,
Dental Association, Dr. Willa Yer-
and land mines. Even Nazi Gestapo headquarters are included.
etsky, Grand Rapids, Mich., states
Soldiers in the top photograph are shown raiding a simulated that many teeth need never have CABINET WITH MIRROR PINE PINE MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
Bedford Hills New York
citadel of dictatorship at Camp Carson, Colorado. been lost at all; they were sacrificed DOOR SITS ON TOP Drawer 10
because it was thought that inflamed
FRAME WITH SHELF FOR Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 7.
gums caused pyorrhoea-pus in the BEDDING FITS OVER COT
gums. Name ...............................
I Dr. Yeretsky outlines the causesof SOME people have a talent for i imaking' Address .............................
gingivitis-poor-fitting plates, im- guests comfortable.and .
paction of food at certain places be- they are not always the people'
cause of faulty contact points be- with big houses and what used to One thing a soldier is afraid of
tween upper and lower teeth, forma be called a spare room. Many a is -a display of emotion. That's
tion of calculus which is depositedfrom homemaker today is graciously why his slang so often sounds
the saliva, the digestive juiceof sharing limited space in a house derogatory. For example, he refers -
/ the mouth. As calculus is the apartment because war conditions to the silver eagles on his
i4f1k chief "local" cause of gingivitis and make her feel that is part of colonel's shoulder straps as "buz
cannot be deposited on the teeth if her contribution.This zards." But when he speaks of his
;: the number of organisms in the I' sketch shows an ingenious favorite cigarette, he says: "Cam-
,mouth is kept low it can be seen I frame under which a folding cot I. els." They're first wiTh men in the
how necessary it is to keep the may be stored in a hall or other Army as well as with Sailors, Ma-
.i! mouth as clean as possible.Dr. I out-of-the-way corner. The frame rines, and Coast Guardsmen. (Ac-'
p:5 Yeretsky points out that it is has a full skirted cover of denim cording to actual sales records in
eating the wrong foods that causes trimmed in bands of flowered service men's stores.) And though
!s Sr
the saliva to deposit calculus and chintz. On top there stands, a there are Post Office restrictionson
set up inflammation of the gums. medicine closet with feet made packages to overseas Army
The gums themselves are not receiving by, gluing spools in place. This men, you can still.send Camels to
the right kind of nourish cabinet gives a convenient place soldiers in the U. S., and to men
/ ment to prevent gingivitis.The for toilet articles and the mirror in the Navy, Marines, and Coast
diet outlined to keep the gumsin door is well lighted with wall Guard wherever they are.-Adv.

CY'r/: "' a healthy condition is:, Daily, one-'
flea, half pint of orange or tomato or

SEIGE-Upper left: Before rushing the Gestapo headquarters, a grapefruit juice. Twice daily, pro- .
tein in the form of meat, eggs, fish ARE YOU"DOWN'
camouflaged machine gun crew} thoroughly raked it with fire from a I or cheese. Four or five eggs, at \\ )))

nearby.captured house. Lower right: An infantryman charges from I least, should be eaten every week.

a smoke screen. One portion of the following vegetables -

: lettuce, cabbage, watercress, AlARIA?
lMiA S ry..r. ; wrq l --I swiss chard brussels !
yiy ,'/,..9.r ,. '} tr'-' sprouts, =
iaJl/'i.ii(3<: C greens, cauliflower, kale, broccoli -

beet greens.
Once daily, one or more of the

,' A .. following vegetables: carrots, beets, WI 1TERSITH'STOHIC71
"a"r lY '
a-y.t peas, corn, pumpkin, onions, cucum-
ber, squash, turnips, artichokes, as
paragus. !
Carbohydrates, one at each mealto .

fill balance of diet: bread_ potato,
noodles, macaroni, cereals, with
fortified bread, or whole grain ce-
real at two of the meals.
One pint of milk every day; may \

oSr :c: ,(d/JJ vx'44. E2FbA/.3.3w. ... .k.. n be in form of cottage cheese, cream 13
.n. J ., soup, or custard.* vgECAREAAU'E

Low Par, InvitesVincent's

/ w''Y".r..YSy 7..i -,
r J ES
AnginaWhen ;; qCA4E

r %. G
/ an organism is found in 'c0

1SfM.. r s' Nr r n ,
/ /I f s /1.
r'y i Ir / } every case of a certain disease, it
is reasonable to assume it to be the 8
cause of the disease. Thus in Vin-
cent's angina-ulceration of the
throat and mouth with sometimesa 5 ; ; !

light gray membrane presenttwo ? ,:
organisms arcs always found-
aN S %Y. fusiform bacillus and Vincent's
ATTACK-Top: Yank mines throw dust and smoke skyward as spirillum. These organisms or their

an attack nears a model French town. Bottom: A land mine lets go poisons cause Vincent's angina. rI'T0
It's Camel's job to see our
tvith a roar and catches an unwary. soldier by surprise. He jumpedfor The causes are local or general. soldiers, sailors, and Marines
Local cause is lack of rinsing out "
cover a second later.. their cigarettes
everywhere get
the mouth and cleaning the teeth.
I ___.................u..ummu..uu___._._ _h..uu. -r.OYfMv ,., ,.Hyyy +} Lime deposits occur under the margin '. fresh-cool smoking and slow
burning, the they like 'em.
: of the gums between the teeth
together with particles of soft food;
ijrIp the tartar and food particles rob {E'>M O That's why Camels are packed k ,
the gums of the power to resist the to go around the world-packed h
to seal in that famous Camel
organisms which multiply very rapidly -
flavor and mildness-anywhere, =
The gums swell and collect
more poisons and also interfere with for months at a time.

i %; the proper circulation of the brood in
} the gums. If pure rich blood is O The Camel pack keeps your
prevented from nourishing the Camels fresh and full-flavored,
gums, the tissues lack sufficient too-preserving for you the extra
power to fight the organisms. goodness of Camel's matchless
Another local cause is faulty Ji; : blend of costlier tobaccos. 1! G,
restoration of teeth by the dentist. ; o!
The systematic or general causesof r'
Vincent's angina are (1) lack of
r vitamins B and C, and (2) lack of
certain gland substances. '

From the above information givenus CAMEL4I17

by Dr. Schluger, we learn thatif
we brush our teeth and gums regu-

larly-keep the mouth cleanandyet FIRST IN THESERVICE
we have attacks of Vjncent's

,....... .Y .... angina then we should ,look furtherfor {
: "'" "''''w''' 'm ;y.t.Ji: I
the cause.
ROUGH GOING-A platoon crosses a stream via foot bridges they "General physical disability,
have hurriedly thrown across. This training proved worth while in whether due to fatigue, lack of sunshine The favorite cigarette with men In e,c''Rer st ;.;;
the Army the Navy, the Marines, rand
., the mountains of Tunisia and the. beaches of Sicily. Inset Trainees and exercise, following a sur- the Coast Guard Is Camel. f
gical operation or long illness, can
''s I enter a house containing snipers. be the underlying cause." (Based on actual sales records.)


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The Clewiston News ......................................................................... ...........................I the Carroll Port Everglades Redish, who Naval has been Base.tak- RAT:iONINC, I violators continue their OPA drive maximum, against willful price "

I ing the Navy's pre-flight training CALENDARRation ceilings.

In Clewiston courses at Louisiana State Collegehas During the past week, four Jack-
Florida Published, by eVer the Friday CLEWISTON NEWS, With been sent to Kilgore, Texas. Book 4 sonville concerns and one Gainesville .

TDC. Floridians will begin using their'new firm were hailed to Federal
Our prisoners of war seem to be court in Jacksonville
Ration Book 4 on November 1st. for alleged
KEATHLEY BOWDEX:: Editor Our Boysin faring well In Germany, and their Eventually, when all of the couponsin violations The suspension orders

i ,r, asq letters home are cheerful and very other books are used up, the new were handed down for a gasoline station -
Entered as second cities mail matter encouraging to their families. :Mrs. j book will replace the others, which two restaurants, and a food
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In Ford says her letters from Morris1 means that housewives will have market in Jacksonville. A restaurant -
Florida, under the Act of theService asi i
cheerful and unconcerned in Gainesville
are as Florida
March 3, 1897.Subscription pocketbooks 'with fewer bulges. was also -
( though he were still taking training I Jams, jellies, preserves and fruit suspended from selling rationed
courses somewhere in the "United butters will go on sale again on No- foods for a period of time.
Kate $..00 Per Year. States. He says he is getting along;j'vember 1, also. Sale of these items A settlement out of court was

Advertising Rate* On Application. grand, and doesn't worry, and he has been frozen since October 23. made in the case of a Jacksonvillepipe -

-' !i doesn't want his folks to worry about Housewives are hoping that supply company, the OPA receiving -

Devoted to the advancement and welfare ? him.Ed I Ing will ,put these goodies ration-I $20,859.18 to be deposited:
of Clewiston and Hendry Count>. Ward writes equally encouraging the shelves where they ,may in the U. S. Treasury, in settlement
N NONNNON N N..NN:.:N:..:..:NNN NN N N N NQN= letters to Mildred and his fam- tained by anyone who wants to spend i or claims for overcharges which the

,,ily. Mall is getting through to him his points In that manner.' Many OPA alleges was collected on various

,... -'. .-_ Jimmy Hall has been sent from and he has received the first pack- groceries in the state have not had shipments of steel pipe.A .

NATION AL EDiTORIAL. I ISSOCIATION Fort Riley,. Kansas, to Columbia, age from Mildred. He said "it's jellies or preserves for weeks. Malabar meat dealer was also
Missouri, where he is taking a coursein wonderful to shave with anew rabor | Green stamps A, B and C from I given a suspended injunction order,

II mechanical engineering. Jimmy blade, and you have no idea how l Book 4 may be used from November provided he complies with price reg-

III has been going to school for one sort I grand the underwear feels." The'I1 through December 20, for processed ulations. Any recurrence of price

of training or another ever since he ;I: Red Cross maps of the various German foods. Blue stamps X, Y andZ violations on his part will make him

-I went into the Army, and on top of i! prison camps have revealed that in Book 2 validated for October, liable for contempt of court proceed-

the Clewiston High School and Ga. '1 Ed is in, Poland. may also be used through November ings. I ;
,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:NM.,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:":":":":":":":":"2 Tech classes, it should make him a 20. DAVIES TO ADDRESS
pretty well educated soldier.Jimmy's Jim Beardsley, who is an instruc- -

...... arrival at the Universityof tor in military science and tacticsat Point Value Changes Processed FLORIDA STATE C. OF C.

RAMBLINGS Missouri, was a happy occasion for e the University of Florida, is sav- Foods Joseph E. Davies, former ambas-

B. B. John Robbins, who is there as an ing his gold lieutenant's bars for his The new November''' point value sador to Russia, will address the annual -

. By aviation cadet taking pre-flight brother Bob. Jim was promoted to chart lists 12 point changes in can- meeting of the Florida State

v-"._....;..S..;..;..;N;...................... .......-.-...-...... ......-.;--W........., I training. John was lucky for Bobby First Lieutenant a few weeks ago. ned and bottled fruits, vegetables Chamber of Commerce at Miami
Broadfoot was at Columbia when he Bob is nearing the completion of and juices, nine up and three down. Beach on December 6-7, according
practically'worn 'arrived, although he has recently Officers Training Corps in the artillery Other include elimina-
The P.-T. A.-ers. have changes the I to announcement. by'Harold Colee,
out the money they took in 'at-i completed his training course, and is I school at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. tion from rationing pickled, spiced. executive vice president, last week.

the Hallowe'en carnival and dance j now somewhere in Texas" for flight t Last week he sent Carr Settle an I II and brandied fruits. "In view of the fact. that Russia

Saturday counting ,it over ,and over| training. [envelope of Oklahoma dirt, prob- Jams, preserves and non-citrus is now the scene of what may proveto
to make sure the total of1' $950 1s.' I ably trying to make Carr homesick marmalades assigned 'a point be the, decisive battle of the war,

correct. It is hard to believe, but+ 'R. L. Coker, Jr., who is a lieutenant I but more likely expressing his distaste value of'six points per pound, ration and the nationwide speculation as to

there is the money to show' for it. (j.g.) U. S. Navy writes to I for that particular part of the value of jellies and fruit butters is the role she will play in the post- '

The carnival was a wonderful suc- change his address from Miami to dust bowl. set at four points per pound. Citrus war world, former ambassador
and in the To complete the Beardsley picture marmalade is given a zero point '
cess in a financial sense ------- Davies' acceptance of President
matter of civic interest, also. It I I Dan Beardsley, who has been at Fort value because the supply is, plenti- Walter C. Sherman's invitation to
provided lots of good clean sport and the situation in the light of the Bragg, N. ,C., has just learned to' his ful. give the annual meeting the benefitof

pleasure for the children and present day conditions it would appear delight that he has been accepted Point value changes are as fol-. his experience in Russia is of
It that any candidate able to com- for Army Air Corps. The Marineair lows "
grown folks alike. Of course, : I greatest interest, Colee said.
meant weeks of hard work on the mand such a following would have a corps was his first aim, but his Point increases: Apples, berries,

part of the committee and the help- big edge, for Florida labor in the eyed prevented that, so his accept- fruit cocktail, pears and pineapplein NOTICE OK APPLICATION FO['..
ers who took on the lob, but they past two years has enlarged its 1 ance into the'' Army Air Corps is a the canned or bottled fruit cate- TAX DEED .
I membership to where it presents a real thrill. (Senate Bill No. 163)
left no stone unturned to make it a gory; canned pineapple juice, tomato
success, and their efforts were certainly -1 I formidable bloc. from the standpoint And lest you think that is all the catsup or chili, sauce and the two tomato NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
richly rewarded. Congratulations of ,numbers. While Townsenditesare Beardsley boys, young Bruce'still In sauces, those containing over Harbro Realty Company, holder of Tax:
all and to the townspeople pretty much disorganized as a high school and with the usual farm 5, cent tomato solids and those I' Certificate No. 278, issued the 2nd day*
to them per 'I of September, A. D. 1940, has filed samein
too, who contributed by group, the old age pension idea still chores on his shoulders, is doubling in combination packages with cheese j my office and has made application
has a tremendous appeal and although in brass this week, and running'a' 'for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
freely and. I
spending their money so I Said certificate embraces the following -
in everything possible.It the "old folks' have been I tractor on the Beardsley Farm, Point Value Changes Meat described property in the County
taking part
going on one sleigh-ride after another working side by side with Father The November point chart for'I of Hendry State of Florida, to-wit:
was In a good cause. t NE -NW {-SW Section 23,
on the frevent pledges of political Jim to grow as much as possible of meats shows that creamery butter! Township 43 S., 'Range 34 E.

The 'government has decided that I. aspirants, from Constable to United that food supply for all the men in 1 remains at 16 points a pound, while I under The assessment the said certificate of the said issued property was*

the weather in the United States States Senator, it stands to reason service everywhere. Mother Ruth Is farm butter is raised from '10 to 12 I, in the name of Ruth R. Beardsley.

tomorrow longer ''a military I they can be fooled again just as they doing the house work and keepingthe i points. Margarine, used as butter Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
: : is no according law, the property
secret today, and weather forecasts I have been so many times in the various activities of the'Beards-I substitute, increases to 6 points, described therein will be sold to the
I I ley office under control, So I over a 4 points. highest. bidder at the court house dooron
have been resumed as a public serv- past.But I. ,tool 1 1I. I the first Monday In the month of
ice I it happens that Lex Green i that's: 'a typical cross-section of ,what I 1 Cheeses in Group II increase from December. 1943 which .Is, the 6th day

And the OPA says coffee will not]j looks to these same rich and luscious I I. Clewiston families are doing in the 3 to 5 points. \*of Dated December this ,5th 1943.day November, 194.3-

be rationed again and that's just fields for the votes he needs to gain war effort. Forty-two pork, veal, lamb and '(SEAL) WILLIAM: T. HULL, .
) 1 mutton items cut to two| Clerk of Circuit Court of
were one
another ev.idence that the submarine'menace the illustrious title of Chief Execu- Hendry County,' Florida.
in the Atlantic seaboard iSt\ tive. ,His record in' the matter of I' Art Lawrence had'another thrill points to make possible a 6 per cent'lincrease Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26.

pretty well licked. winning votes and influencing vot- out in Honolulu the other day when in consumer allowance of

I ers speaks for itself and anybody who another sailor grabbed him by the I all rationed 'meats during the month.1Boned | NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
arm as he was walking down the and boneless, sliced ham went' TAX DEED
But with November 20th approaching beats him at it will have to be ; ) (Senate Bill No. 163)
plenty good, particularly in appeal- street. It was young Lawrence Ii up 1 point. No point reductions
and the duck season already I II
ing to the "old folks" and to labor. Guthrie, who was so happy 'at find- were made in beef cuts. Shortening,} NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
opened, what the average man ing a Clewiston friend in far I salad and- cooking oils are increased i! AV. W. Terry holder of Tax CertifI-
around town is worrying about right These fields have already been away cate No. 153 issued the 5th day of
I posted "Lex Green-No Trespassing. Hawaii that he could hardly talk.A 1 point to 5 points a pound. Ir j August, A. D. 1935, has filed same in
now is nothing more complicatedthan office and has made applicationfor
I regular visitor of Art's is J. E. Enforcement | my
where his supply of shotgun Having shepherded these II a tax deed to be issued thereon.
flocks for lo these many years, it Winn, father of Owen and James District OPA enforcement officials Said certificate embraces the follow-
is from.A I
shells coming
ing described property in the Countyof
stands to reason that Mr. Green and of Elizabeth Burke, who callson I!V Hendry State of Florida, to-wit:
I will not relinquish his claim with- Art each week. Art passes on the :r SE% of SWtf, Sec, 34, Twp. 45
- speedster thought he was sensational Clewiston News Seminole, Bank of Clewiston S.. Rge. 29 E.
out a struggle. and they pow-wow Turner'slBeauty said
Thompson Motor Parts, The assessment of the property
;over the old home town. under the said certificate issued was
Ignoring restrictions durational;; II' With Green generally' accepted as Shop, Clewiston Inn Beauty in the name of Unknown.
He got called to his board, "the man to' beat," the entry of I My my, these boys do get around! Shop, 'United States Sugar :corpora-! Unless said certificate shall the be redeemed -
according to law prop-
Now his car has been stored Sheldon will do the Gentleman from tion, Parkinson's, Olin Waters, Town- erty described therein will be sold to
He knows now he should have been Starke no good. Political history Hallowe'en Events- site Commissary, B and B Grocery,: the highest bidder' at the court house
\ in the! monthof
door on the first' Monday
rational. shows that despite the claims of its I Royal's USSC Commissary Depart- December, 1943, which. is the 6th day
leaders, labor does not enter the vot- I Iment, Clewiston Fish Company, Gid- of December, 1943.
(Continued from page 1) 1943.
i Dated this 5th day of Novemhpr .

,............-..................-..,...............................................................-". ing The booth rank with and file a ring think in for its them-nose. I carnival, was held at the Sugarland dens Inn, J.Furniture E. Beardsley Company, _Otto, Clewiston i (SEAL) Clerk of WILLIAM Circuit Court T. HULL of .
M MM/W VM/ Recreation Center, through the: Hendry County, Florida.
I selves and vote as their own con- Mrs. H. C. Avant, Fr. 1'. J. Larsen'l
courtesy of the United States Sugar Nov 5, 12, 19, 26.
science dictates, and while bothSheldon : ..
corporation which the of --
granted use
Too Late To
ClassifyBy and Green might each

I I count on a sizeable labor vote, it the hall. Mrs. G. H. Small was in NNNNNNNN. . :..:NMNN. :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNNNE. . :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.NN. :..:NM.H. .M:..:N:-
charge of the dance arrangements,
RUSSELL KAYy I I would still be a split vote in their
and it, too, was a huge success.
case and other candidates would polla !
>-.- > >* "" 1! Margery Allen, of the candidates I := CLEWISTONGOLF
.y rrr-----.. .r---r : ? r-r'-r--: i. ; m. one .
NNNNMMN' ;NONN NNNNNNNONNONNThe ; I goodly share between them. The= ;
from the high school, was j .j
[ ]
: same goes for the "old folks.
Florida Labor Advocate published I crowned by Mayor E. E. Kelly as i :,
So this leaves Millard Caldwell ina I
by Charlie Silva, former queen of the Carnival, having won .:! COURSE :
much favorable
more position.
president of the Florida Federationof I I the largest number of votes on dance :]
Without being tagged a "labor"candidate
Labor and recognized as the I tickets presented at the door. Her I .;
he will get many a unionman's .
state's leading mouthpiece of the maids ,were Parmelia Bourne, Mau- ::i .- ::
vote from the rank and file
A F of L, has announced that State' ryne Prewitt and Dorothy Sealey.i : .'". .. ...
Senator Raymond ,Sheldon of Tam([membership. After the announcement of the queen :;' < ; 't'.;..
'i -
With formal of :
the .
will be candidate for :
pa a governor. ]) was made, she chose Horace Brown :
If the Advocate is correct, this I Senator Ernest Graham expected I Jto reign as king with her, and both :

puts an entirely new complexion on soon, his entry will further com- were crowned by the mayor. Queen
the gubernatorial melee brightening -I I plicate the picture, for he is an able I Margery was presented with a gift Ideal Weather for Your

the picture considerably some campaigner, well qualified to hold I from the P.-T. A. in recognition of -

aspirants and dampening the prospects I I his own against the others in the her coronation.The Favorite Exerciser ::
for others. race. He will come in conflict with I Carnival committee was head- : ..

Because of his long and consistent l Caldwell more than either Sheldonor ed by Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, chairman of : T

service to the cause of organized Green but he can be counted on to the finance committee. Mrs. Ezelle ; ..
give both of these .. .. N.H....N...:N.M.N:N :
labor as represented by the A F of I gentlemen plenty and Mrs.. F. E. Conkling, president : :NN: :N:N. : : : .
L, both In his private law i of trouble for he, too, has a strong of '
practice of P.-T. A., have asked the News to '
and as their legal representative and I'' following among the "old folks" and express their appreciation and that I: ; \Y'.

spokesman as a member of the Leg- he has some mighty good friends in of the entire P.-T. A. organization to i.:= ,; ', Good Greens : ); .:' ::

islature, Sheldon is justified in assuming the labor group as well. I all who served on committees, and 1;; '

that as a candidate for gov- In the offing we have Dewey Dye to those who volunteered and helpedin I --

ernor he would fall heir to the solid and Senator Frank Upchurch, both various ways the night of the carnival I ; NX : : : :-< :< ) ;
labor vote of the state and be able good men "with strength enough in, in preparing and in caryring out I:Ii ,
to look in this direction for financial their own right to further split the the carnival and dance events. '

support as well. over-all vote and muddy the waters They particularly wish to thank :;
He Is undoubtedly counting also generally, and there will undoubtedly -j those'who donated cash and .;;: Meet Your Own Friends There :-..' :::
on strong' whatis be, a dark horse two for later ,.; "
a following among or of value to the carnival, includingarticles ; ;

left of the depleted ranks of the consideration. I The Toggery Shop, the Seminole Liquor :j j :;: .7\\ J

Townsendites since he has with equal Public interest won'treally begin Store, Shorty.'s Barber Shop, : ,' ,

consistency played ball with them, to jell for some time and anythingcan I The Clewiston Dry Goods Company, .; ..... ; \ .- :::

losing, no opportunity to render lip I happen, but with Sheldon in Sugarland Service Station, the Sugar ::;: .....

service at their gatherings and the race now the gubernatorial see-I Bowl, Standard Service Station, :I ,

pleading their cause in legislativehalls. saw is grounded with Sheldon and clair Service Station, sin-I.:s' :

Green holding it down and Caldwellin I Laundry, Christians Barber ;: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP :
Thus, it would seem that the following the air. Graham is reaching for i Halsey and Griffith, .Bishop-Wilson i:i' ....

of the aggressive young the upper end of the plank, and when Lumber Company, Gulf Service Station .: :

Senator from Hillsborough 'in a he lends his weight to that of Cald- I Dr. O. W. Rigby, F. Deano DAILY. GREEN FEES |

gubernatorial race would come largely -, well, it will really begin to rock, Duff, Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Hendry: :
from these two avenues. Viewing I and no foolin'. I County Motors, Clewiston Bar, the ';:<<.:-:..:.. .:-*X-X...:..X-Xr:..W-:..:-H..:..K-K-X..:..X-X..="X.:..XK.. :-X ..........:1THE

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I Wolff-Bell CHURCH RECEPTION HONORS lived without" kid gloves.. You faced 1' ,

WeddingMiss I NEW MINISTER: : AND WIFE I up to it or you went down-and EXPERIENCED

J __ Katie Nolan's children were not the
p. J.L Personals I : Christine .- Bell, daughter of i iI I The Rev. David C. Hancock, who kind to go down.A DRESSMAKING

I. :Mr.: and Mrs I.. S. Bell, Sr., of Clew- arrived recently from Kewanee, Illinois -] TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYNwill

. I iston, became the bride of Lucian A. to accept the pastorate of the be remembered because within LIMITED AMOUNT OF WORK:

I Wolff in a simple home ceremony'performed Clewiston Community Church was the compass of its characters is all' TAKEN

E. M. Cornette is spending today i I'' at the home of the brides i i honored, together with Mrs. Hancock, I humanity; the good, the bad the' Call Mondays Thru Fridays Only

on a business trip to Sebring. I:i sister, Mrs. J. It. Deadwyler in West j at a pretty reception tendered them .pitiful and the ridiculous and PHONE 28
I Palm Beach Saturday night. Tuesday.evening by the Ladies Aid with Stardust in their eyes..

Miss Margaret--Fort returned I!I The Rev. Preston Sellers of the I II : Society and the Mothers Club of I II ---.:. .I

I Northwood I Baptist Church perform-I the church. I II % POSTMASTER
from a week's visit in Ocala
Tuesday I
and Miami. [I I| ed the single ring I The reception was held in'thl3 !L By Corp. Thomas R. St. George -I 'J. M. COUSE
-- I I i 1 i presence of members of the two fam- : lounge of the Sugarland Recreation'center % POSTMASTER is one of the

Mrs. William Johnson of Canal flies and a few close friends of the I Ii which was attractive with I best and funniest soldier books yet Counselor and Attorney' at I.r.w

Point was business. visitor in Clew- i couple. ', decorations of blue' plumbago, coral I written. Its scene is outside the I| Hopkins Building
Iston I A beautiful* setting for the cere vine, gerbera and roses. U. S. A. in Australia, and thus
Wednesday.Mrs. its
] Wednesdays and Saturdays
mony was arranged in the living Guests were received at the door deals with material yet fresh. !
O. A. Clark and Mr. and Mrs.R. i room of the Deadwyler home. A j by Mrs. E. W. Durst, president of I The book is 'a collection-of short I II 0:30 to 4:00Johnson's -
business trip I, few potted palms, tall white candle- the' Ladies Aid, Mrs Carl E. John- pieces from The San Francisco "
J. Lee making a
to :Miami are today. !' labra and tall white baskets of white ',i son, .president of the Mothers Club, I Chronical: They deal with soldier-
gladioli and Surinam cherry branches I and Mrs. F. E. Conkling, of the ing in Australia, from shipping

A. W., Sias of-Miami Beach Army i made a background before which I I I board of trustees of the church, and'' abroad to leaving Australia for the Fish Camp I

Base spent Thursday and Friday at the couple stood to exchange their j I I:were then introduced to the f.ev.1|I battle front in New Guinea.

,vows. The ceremony was performed and Mrs. Hancock. I i The life is given in fascinating detail (Near Hurricane Gate)
his home. here.
I ed candlelight. I The refreshment table was arranged -l I : coming in contact with Australian Clewiston: Fla.

I. The bride wore a street length with crystal candle holders women; learning how to Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Mrs. W. Durst and Mrs. E. O.I I:
dress of soldier blue with black ac- with lighted pink candles. The I I handle native money, drinks and Rates Reasonable
Ward are leaving today for a. week'end :t cessories. The dress was fashioned punch bowl, containing a cool green small boys; dealing with such ter- W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
with relatives in Miami. j "
with a ruffle at the hem and with punch was surrounded with coral I I.Irifying natural phenomena as the

I: three quarter length sleeves. Her I I vine and fern. The color scheme of I I wallaby? ,Jhe; kookaburra bird, the
has returned from a ]
E. E. Gross
: flowers were a shoulder corsage of I II I pink and green was further carried I kangaroo and the WAAF sergeant. II
vacation, which he spent SEWING
two weeks MACHINE
I white roses and tube roses. She out in tiny cakes iced in these It is hard to describe the book's SERVICE

in Baltimore and New York. I i:wore a miniature corsage of the shades and in fancy sandwiches.Mrs. I humor, except to say that it is quiet Parts for All Makes

same flowers in her hair. H. R. Hall, assisted by Mrs. comedy, relying on the alternation

Mr., and Mrs J. F. Reahard were I I Mr. Bell gave his daughter in mar- Charles Bolton, Mrs C. W. Fuller, of exaggeration and understatement. Buttonhole Attachments _

guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rea- riage. Mrs. N. R. Hager served asher Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Mis. W. L. land! on self-kidding. Used Machines

hard, Sr., in Fort Myers Friday. j i Her Lott, presided at the refreshmenttable. -
,I sister's; maid of honor.' ,I II. i I I i 11 Belle Glade
I Some books are to be tasted, othersto
dress was a street, length crepe of ,
CPO Campbell E. Nail left Friday]I I. delft blue blouse and black crepe A large number of guests called be swallowed, and some few to
after spending a hours of 8 till 10. be chewed and
for Camp Peary skirt, and she wore a shoulder cor- during the digested.FrancfsBacon.
week in Clewiston with Mrs. Nail. ,I sage of red roses. FOR SALE-3.6 Master
I Charles Bras Owens was best man. Tudor Chevrolet
Mrs. S. J. Yoder is spending a I I A short program of piano music -
few days in Moore Haven this week I : An area approximately two miles Fiction I tires 2
: was played by A. L. Sealey, pianist, poor ones..
in Lake Okeechobee, bounded Survival, by Phyllis Bottome.
with her son, R. D. Yoder and family. before the ceremony and Lohengrin's square
'Teddingmarch was used as the bride as follows: northeast corner, 26 Daylight On Saturday, by J. B. I Good condition .$275.I -
degrees 47' latitude, 80 degrees 46' Priestley.Late .

Aerographer's Mate and Mrs E.I I.entered Immediately the room.after the a longitude; northwest'' corner 26 de- And Soon, by E. M. Delafield. less price of one new tire.
ceremony 47' latitude 80 48' O River Remember* Martha
this grees degrees by
D. Clark spent several days I reception was held in the Deadwyler longitude: southeast corner.. 26 degrees ,Ostenso. May be seen at A. 0.
week in Miami on a delayed honey- home. Mrs. L. E. Wolff, of Sebnng, -
45' latitude, 80 degrees 46 The Handsome Heart, by Peter Ward
moon. I mother of the groom, wore Teal blue I longitude; southwest corner, 26 de- DeVries.A I I residence. Geo..
Mrs. Bell, the bride's -
I crepe. mother grees 45' latitude, 80 degrees 48' Tree Grows In Brooklyn, by T. Bragg. J
:Miss Florence Graham left Monday i I wore a black crepe suit with longitude is being used by U. S. Na- Betty Smith. i tp.

for Jacksonville to visit her par-!I white satin vestee. Both had val Air Station, Ft. Lauderdale, Lady In Waiting, b)'. Rory Gallag-' -.

ents, Mr.' and Mrs. J. J. Graham fora I shoulder corsages of red roses. Fla.,. as an aerial practice bombing her. I II I FOR SALE-One A-l

short vacation. At the reception Mrs. I. S. Bell, '..range. Bombing operations are be- I % Postmaster, by Thomas R. St. ,

Jr., kept the bride's book, and Mr ing conducted from time to time I George.. Electric range, 2 burners

TVlrs. A. W. Sias is spending the H, A, McNeece and Mrs.- Deadwyler(i daily and all boats are warned from I Caravan, by .Lady Eleanor Smith. I 1 __

month of November in Miami with served punch and acke. The bride's entering this area. I None But The Lonely Heart, by, and oven: One I-

Mr. Sias who is stationed at Miami table was lace covered and held a.'I LT. L. W. ALFORD, Richard Llewellyn. burner oil heater. Mrs

Beach with the U. S. Army. centerpiece of white pompom r Operations Officer U. S. I I Am Thinking of My Darling, by .

chrysanthemums with pentas and II III Naval Air Station, Ft. .* Vincent McHugh. E. A. .Stone Box 1252 .
Mr. and Mrs., I. S. Bell, Sr., and I maidenhair fern Tall pink candles Lauderdale ..la.C.XDY So Little Time, by John P. Mar-
shed a soft light on the table. I i I Clewiston. I
Mrs. I. S.' Bell, Jr., spent the week quand. tp...
, I Mrs. Wolff is the youngest daughters I PULL GIVEN FOR YOUNG L
' end in West Palm Beach with Mr.
( ; of and Mrs. I. S. Bell, and I II n-Fiction'
Mrr X
and Mrs. J. R' Deadwyler.Mrs. PEOPLE 'FRIDAY EVENING; r WANTED 2-wheet
j graduated from the Clewiston High Life With Father. and Mother, by

H. J. Roath had as her guests{School in 1939. She completed a Another in the series of regular Clarence Day. trailer, with or with-

Sunday, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. !business course and has been em- parties which the circles of the Baptist The St. Johns (Rivers of America) I!

I T. Marchman and her uncle, Levi ployed in the office of the United Missionary Society is giving for by Branch Cabell and A. J. Hanna. out tires. See Dean King

Marchman, all of Fort Myers. I States Sugar corporation's commis-1 the young people of the church and I The James, (Rivers of America)
I sary department.,, Mr. Wolff is the community was held at the home of by Blair Niles. jatB&B. 2tcjWe .

I T. E. Markette of Fort Myers is son of Mr. and Mrs L. E. Wolff of ) Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Meador Friday Desert Country, (American Folk-

spending several days here with Mrs. I Sebring. He attended the Sebring 'I evening. I ways) by Edwin Corle. pay 1 15 cents each for

Markette this week. They are leav High School, and has been employed A large crowd of young people Men In Motion, by Henry. Tay-

for several years by the Inter. attended and after the pull, ) fish. Write Florida
ing today for a stay of a few days in :. candy lor.U. gar
Miami. County Telephone and Telegraph enjoyed group singing for an hour. S. Foreign Policy by Walter
I company, and for the past year has Lippmann. 1 Biological Supply-

I served as local manager for that CLEWISTON COMMUNITY: Juvenile
Mrs. R. L. Saxon of Miami arrived Sarasota Fla
concern. After a brief honeymoon Company, .
Wednesday to spend a couple of days 1 CHURCH Flip, by Wesley Dennis. I
here to see her new grand-daughter, 'i Mr. and Mrs. Wolff returned to Clew- David C. Hancock, Minister Blue Smoke Mystery, by Jane for particulars.For .
iston and home in the
are now Selkirk.
Nola/ Cecelia Thomas, daughter of I
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thomas. I Shelley Duplex. SUNDAY, NOV. 7, 1913 Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain,

1 Guests at the wedding included Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.,Dr. C. (drawings by Norman Rockwell.) Firewood, 1 18 in. and
I Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell Sr., Mr. and
Mrs Thomas B. Owens and sons, E. Gericke, superintendent. Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
of Tampa, spent several days here,Mrs. J. R. Deadwyler and Janet Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. (drawings by Norman Rockwell.) 4 ft. lengths, contact the

visiting Mrs Ruth B. Owens. Mr. Deadwyler, Mrs. N. R. Hager of Mi- Sermon subject: "On Facing Real Hidden Peril, by Clay Cotter.
Owens came over Friday and the I jami, Mrs. H. A. McNeece of Delray ity." laundry.

family returned to Tampa with him I Beach, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., of Clew. The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- Shops CompletedContinued O. 22-4t.

Sunday. iston, Mrs. Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. L. per will be celebrated on Sunday, -
j E. Wolff of RebringMiss 1 -- -- -
-- November 14 at the hour.
I ( from Page 1) FOR SALE-Dodge truck tractor
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thomas are Bass, Miss Flora Bell Humphreys ,Members will also be received into Fruehauf van-Re-
Charles Mr.and and made racks to store all hand with 22 ft.
B. Owens of Clewiston
the proud parents of a baby daughter -' I I the church at that time. Ures-Excel-
tools, put into operation the power frighted trailer New
Mrs. Wilton
Jess Hardy ,
who arrived at the local Hardy You cordially invited to
hospital I are wor- during condition'-$3j750.00.: Ford.
tools that were secured the lent
and Mrs. Jane Goldstein of West
I'I 'I
Tuesday night. The baby weighed ship with us. with 22 ft.
Palm Beach. summer. Now the boys are engaged cab over tractor truck
I, 6 3-4 pounds and has been named I |I I :f Jin assembling and repairing various: Kingham Van trailer Recondition ,
Nola Cecelia. I I[ ALTAR SOCIETY OFFICERS I II I' .. All steel
... pieces of canning equipment to be ed -good tires $3250.00.
KowenetzBrantleyMiss used in the Hookers Point Canning 20 ft. open trailer-good tires-Air
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E. F. Phillipe is conducting '
I --- Unit. brakes and fith wheel, $800.00. Can.
vices In the First Baptist Church in I monthly meeting of St. MarI -
Juanita Brantley and Ed- j i Patrons of the school are invited arrange for responsible party to have
Moore Haven each Sunday morning i I I garet's Altar Society was not held y
visit this financed over
ward Raymond Kowentez were mar- new addition to the half purchase price
and evening. The pulpit of that ] ried in a quiet ceremony in the rectory II on its usual. meeting day, Thurs- Clewiston High School and to view 12 months. See BILL CLARK at.
church was left vacant by the recent day. In its stead, the officers attended I
Bartow Fla.
of -St. Margaret's Church Sunday the progress that has been made 1030 South Wilson St., ,.
resignation of its I East Coast
pastor. the Deanery the. calendar after 6 P. M. 8450 Si
October 31st. The Rev. Father during past year. Phone ;
I I meeting of the National Council of
Timothy J. Geary performed the
Mrs. W. H. Lanier left Saturdayfor Cathlic women held in West Palm -
Wilmington, North Carolina, for Beach.
Mrs. Kowenetz is the daughter of
a visit of two weeks. Her mother, I I I I Arrangements have been made to i!
Mr. and, Mrs. V. T. Brantley of
Mrs. Flora Deans, will return with have the nuns from St. Ann's Acad-
Clewiston. Private Kowentez, whose
her. Mr. Lanier took his wife .to emy, West Palm Beach, come to i iI
home is in Seaford, Long Island, I FORYOUR 1943
West Palm Beach to board a train. I Clewiston every other Saturday to !
New York, is stationed with the U.
I teach the children catechism. Classes !I
Is. Army contingent at Riddle Field.
BRIDGE CLUBS will begin on this Saturday, No- I!
----- 1 vember 6th, at 1:30 o'clock and all I I
Mrs. Curtis Thompson :school age children of the parish_ I
\ ed members of her bridge through high school are asked to at-
entertain-I' The teachers of Harlem Academy!
',i a few additional ,guests wish to thank the white friends who tend. I I HUNTING LICENSES
\ at her home. The party
contributed generously and aided I
well for Mrs. George E. Crow, who I
Book Reviews
;" I them in raising funds for the pur-!
. is leaving soon to join her husband '
: chase of a piano for their school. !
in Missouri. Each of the guests
Amos Thomas -
brought a farewell gift for Mrs.1 Viola S. Thomas. New books in Clewiston Public Library -

Crow. Anita Chavois, -reviewed by Mrs. W. Dean I. : SEE' ,

,First prize at bridge was won by I Naomi Carr. King, chairman: I _
Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and second by A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYNBy

Mrs. Carl H. Berner. Mrs. Thompson Betty Smith

served sandwiches congealedsalad club at her home this week. Mrs.F. A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYNis I I .

olives and tea to Mrs. George Deane Duff won first prize and the story of Francie Nolan and the

Crow, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. Joe' Mrs. Otto> Larsen second. Mrs. world of Williamsburg Brooklyn j Mrs. E. C. Mills And Mrs.i'
Hall, Mrs. Ed Ward Mrs. Berner"Mrs. !! Beardsley served a salad course, the that made her. It is a story of tears i .

A. W. Lawrence: Mrs. R. M.I salad being made entirely of fruits I and laughter, cruelty and compassion I .

Hare, Jr., Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs.B. grown on the farm. I so crowded with life and peoPle I
J. Schroeder, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr.,I Those playing were Mrs H. A. and incident that no descriptioncan

and Mrs. R, J. Lee Bestor, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs.C. convey its spell. ;; J. K. RogersFRIDAY

I J. Nielsen, Mrs. y;.. C. Owen, Mrs. From the moment she entered the ,
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley entertained I R. M. Bishop, Mrs.. 'F. E. Conkling, world Francie needed to know tough-

members of her afternoon bridge Mrs. Larsen and Mrs. Duff. ness, for life in Williamsburg was I I
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With U' r.s and
I brand

UOR Three Nation Agreement hi9 *oi1} .5-on j

My.life is *.!! -SOls

W fA DY rrb.h e.d
World PeaceEvidence
Essential to INhV fI1'
I just keep Ioo1t tin
Ballad for Americans:
i Washington, D. C. If you could buy a spot where *glass.
TURKEYS AND THE ARMY To see if: myj ,
Points to Existence Conciliatory you could see
The is beginning to wonder expressionsWNU
army jch'rn
How Nature had been lavishin
If it hasn't over-extended itself on Between U. S. Russia and
the business of turkeys. It has ruled Atmosphere its art, 9e.d.r1etA". .

that civilians may not buy turkeysfor England; Common Sense Pact Necessary.By If you could buy a place where '!

their Thanksgiving or Christ- LibertyIs
mas dinners-or for next Sunday's 0
dearest to the human
dinner, for that matter-until the BAUKHAGENews I
army has acquired 12 million poundsfor ,Analyst and Commentator. heart .
the armed forces overseas. If you could buy the road'to
That sounded all right, until some- WNU Service, Union Trust Building, it worked in regard to the Italian happinessWith Features. ,/

body in the quartermaster corps be:; Washington, D. C. surrender Now what terms. the main proposi little homes ,that bor-
figuring out what you could do Through the past days, Washington are
gan tions which Britain America and dered on the lane
with 12 million pounds of turkeys. has been anxiously watching a CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT 1
For generous portions you can fig very trying, very delicate and difficult Russia do not see eye to eye! It would not take a fool a sec-
the attempt to In the first place, there is the ques- ond
ure that 100 pounds of operation guess
tion of of influence"theBalkans
turkey will feed 100 men. break in a stubborn threehorseteam To know that you would buy
the Middle East, the Medi-
The number of men in the armed which has- never pulled together terranean. and buy again;

forces overseas, including army, na before. I have been told by persons pre- -FEATHERS WANTED
vy, and marines, is around two mil The difficult journey toward an understanding that '
lion. Allow each man a pound of to be reached by per- Russia suming suggested to speak with the creation authority of, the If you could buy contentment FEATH I ERS OLD Prius.or a NEW Years WANTED.Satisfactory Top .
the table the Dealing.Skip Exprm or Wr\tt
turkey for Thanksgiving and another sonal conversations across through years
Mediterranean commission body PillOW MFG.CO.,2219 Cole Street.St.Louis Me.
for Christmas, and :you reach the between Britain, the United States made up of representatives from And love that grows from fine

total of four million pounds.But and Russia has begun. Following Moscow, London and Washington, and decent things,
the amount reserved for this perhaps secret tripartite conferences Bldg. Materials-Construction
meeting on equal terms. ,commission If you could buy an armistice
of the three
purpose is three times four million, between representatives whoever thought it up, was Prefabricated homes barns tourist poultry -
or 12 million pounds. nations is the planned meeting of agreed Historically, Britain from tears hog houses. Any type bldg. WPB regu __
When certain food experts in the the heads of the three foreign of has always upon.refused Russia any handin And all the grief and woe that ing.lated.Easy Material-equipment terms. No down for pay't bldg.plan.repair avail

quartermaster corps realized this, fices. Questions frankly discussed Mediterranean affairs. That would battle bringsOh able.National Lumber. Grahamsvllle N.Y.
left (if
they started to do some fast. tele with unsolved problems open be seem to be a step forward and even if you could, how quickly you'd
don't amiss) will then
phoning. When last heard from, plans go before the commission could start MONEY TO LOANBorrow
Roosevelt Stalin ,
taken between
what two mil up Russia allowed to
they still. didn't functioning, was
and Churchill personally. And what else is bought with money by mall. All purposes. Any
lion men would do with 12 million have her say concerning the termsof where.: Interest from 3% yrly. Repaymentto
pounds of turkey-except eat 'em. It is a tremendous undertaking.This the Italian surrender. Agreementwas every bond? 40 yrs. Interstate Housing, Eureka.N.Y.

three-horse team has never run reached as to the terms. -DON WARN

NAZI PSYCHOLOGICAL In harness together before. Americahas That would seem to indicate thata Weigh Ration Stamps

WARFARE never been harnessed at all; conciliatory atmosphere has been The Magic Lanterns: James Cag- Now available is a new "ration

Beware of false rumors about I Soviet Russia has had only one short created in advance. Unless Russiais ney blew in with "Johnny Come stamp counter," a scale that en-

Germany. The Germans, mastersof I, and violent experience-that with absolutely unwilling to make com Lately," his debut as impresario, ables a person to count loose

psychological warfare, are watching Germany-which ended in disaster; promises, we can expect reciprocation and he needn't worry about quittinga stamps accurately in batches by
opportunity to take advan and as fbT Britain, she is accus when the questions of the Bal- good job. He is breezy and toughas weight from 40 to 400 times faster
tomed to 'being lead-horse; there- kans and the Middle Fast arise
tage of American credulity. They the tramp reporter who ,Page individually by hand.
know that Americans are optimisticby fore, a lot of patience will be needed where there have always been simi Ones the town's stuffier goniffs into
to-hitch all three abreast.
lar conflict of interests.
being better boys. Grace George
nature and that we are prone to
There is a whole library of docu- and Ed McNamara are part of the
believe any stojry about miraculous
The Baltic States
victories or fortunate events. mentation to prove that an allforone assets ". 'Robert Donat, who is
one-for-all agreement among Another very sensitive question is paid off in sighs where Sinatra'col.. e4r
it this methodof
Apparently was these three nations is impossible.But the difference of opinion as to the lects shrieks, comes back in "The
psychological warfare ,:which it must be remembered that treatment of the small nations which Adventures of Tartu which is a
prompted the reports that Hitler there were 13 powerful reasons once lie on Russia's western frontiers, stylish dish. He plays a British officer HiT
in mili-
had been favor of
deposed why a United States of America was notably the Baltic states. It is, said risking his precious neck in
authorities.It .
tary Impossible too. that Russia feels that as soon as Czechoslovakia. The best place to C

has now been definitely estab The present goal is not the forma- the German armies are driven back view the tale is from the edge of

lished that no such event took place. tion of a triple alliance. The present into the,Reich, these border states, your seat-as if you had any choice.

State department officials now' say problem is simply to get a common especially Lithuania and Estonia, apart Valerie Hobson is the girl Abbott f ISRY FSTJPut3purposoVatronol
flatly that the whole thing was a of Poland and perhaps a partof
sense agreement between three na- and Costello go in for Winter
false report, from beginning to end. tions without which situation Rumania (we leave the others up each
a post-war sports in "Hit the Ice, and being
nostril. It I shrinks swollen
It was so generally reported, how- is bound to arise ,which Prime aside for the moment, including'Fin the kind of comics theyare, you membranes,((2)) irritation,
ever, that they believe it must have Minister Churchill described as land) are an integral part of Russia. know what they hit it with Pola (3) helps clear cold- ,

been prompted by Germany. The "confusion." And when he used that The United States, on the othei Negri, who was strictly a sad-faced clogged nose. Follow VICKS

motive in such a case would have word, he made a new high for Eng hand, has always stood for the rightsof sufferer in her heyday, comes backin directions
been to make Americans rush to lish understatement. Few doubt that small nations, for selfdetermination. a frillyitem called "Hi Diddle in folder. VA-IIO-NOL

the conclusion that Germany was he meant war.Arguments Of course, Russia argues that Diddle," with Martha Scott, Adolphe
tottering and the war was not far plebiscites which indicate a desire to Menjou and June Havoc. You'lllaughhow

from finished. This would have the AgainstAs join the Soviet Republics have ali much being to you
effect of weakening our bond drives Speed of BombIf
been taken in of the
ready part
Richard Dix vs. Jesse Jamesis
and similar efforts. I said, there are plenty of rea a Flying Fortress dropped a
and if taken "
territory they were
sons which can be cited why the the theme of "The Kansan. This it would
bomb from 50,000 ,
Note: The Nazi news report of again, they would show the same rambunctious Western full of shoot- up
United States and Britain and Rus ,
take seconds to hit, and its
Hitler's via lTey the will pene-
ousting That
express and
in' irons straight whiskey a
sia cannot possibly agree but there trating force would be almost as
of the Nationals is denied
by rep-
are other reasons why they can. resentatives of these countries in trace of jive, is generally great as a shell from one of ourbattleship's

ARMY'S FAVORITE FOODS There are two things which stand Washington.Great tory. ,,big guns.
Since the Truman committee's in- out in most people's minds as evidences -
Britain leans toward
an acceptance -
vestigation of food waste in the that Stalin is not playing ball of Russia's views how- Midtown Vignette: She is the

army, the quartermaster corps has now and doesn't want to. One is the be settled young wife of a British naval officer OF
ever. The point has yet to
been as frugal as a Dutch house recurrent complaint in the official with the United States. We overheard her talking S KONITATREXTERNAL CAUSEacne
wife. Elaborate studies have been Russian press and earlier statementsby with a stranger at the fountain of a
made of An additional point, which is real- store While she pimples bumps (blackheads), and
what the soldiers eat and Stalin himself to the effect that midtown drug skin. Millions relieve
ly the one which has always caused ugly broken-out
what they leave on the plate, with Russia is decidedly displeased with fed her baby a malted "They miseries with simple home treatment.
the of Britain and
the idea of cutting down the per the Allies for not having built a suspicion on part! sent me over here to visit him a Goes to work at once. Direct action aids Use
America, is the question of commu- healing works the antiseptic way.
centage, of garbage. second front by invading Europe nist little while," she said. "He had Black and White Ointment only as directed. -

After watching the eating habitsof from the British Isles. The other is for the propaganda purpose ,of spread overthrowing bjRussia all never seen the baby"She wasa Money-back.IDe.25c.60c guarantee.sizes. 25 years S3T Vital success.In

16,000 soldiers at Chanute Field, the Moscow sponsorship of a Free capitalist governments. This is bal soap-and-water type of girlverylittle cleansing Is good soap. Enjoy famous
committee which makeup and pretty .The Black and White Skin Soap daily.YOUWOMENWHOSUFFERFROMv .
Ill., the quartermaster corps gave Germany appearsto anced by the fear .on the part of ,
each dish a rating. according to its hold out better terms to Germanythan Russia that capitalist governmentsare stranger asked about clothing rationing -
popularity. unconditional surrender which in England "I don't
bent on,destroying her as a communist
Roast chicken and apple pie rated the Allies demand. state. mind," she answered, "I've been

100. So did roast duck and roast Recently, I talked with a militaryman This is a tough one admittedly but wearing this skirt and blouse for twe'

ham. But creamed ham rated only who suggested that perhaps the not beyond the solution by honest years every day" As she'started HOT FIASH $

55. (QMC dietician Mary I. Bar 'call for a second front after the in men. Nor do honest men despairof to go, the stranger pressed a

ber explains: "Not many men like vasion of Italy was part of an agree- its settlement. ten-spot into her hand .... "Buy If you suffer from hot flashes,
messed up food. Artemus Ward ment with the Allies to confuse Ger- something for the oaoy," he said, ,weak, nervous, cranky feelings, area

said: 'When I eat hash, I like to many. Churchill has said that he Post-War Russia "and yourself" -. "Oh- thank you functional bit blue at"middle-age"times-due to period the

know what I'm eating.' ") was assured by Stalin, when the Rus' From a purely cynical and material very much," was the reply" "now 7 peculiar to women-try Lydia E.

No matter what you may do to sian drive began this summer, that standpoint, it can be argued that may get a new blouse. __ Pinkham's relieve such Vegetable symptoms.Compoundto Taken

butter up spinach, it remains spin the Russians were confident that post-war Russians will not attemptany regularly-Pinkham's Compound
ach and the soldiers gave it a ratingof they could withstand German at move against Britain or Amer- Manhattan Mural: It was in the helps build up resistance against

41. It was just about the lowestof tack. As things have turned out, ica, either from within by propaganda Stork Club Sunday evening A such distress. It helps nature

all. the Germans have not been able to I and intrigue or from without by youthful sailor without a rating or Also label a fine directions.stomachic tonic. Follow .

counterattack. They have ordereda military attack because they will be campaign ribbon was dancing with
NO TIRES FOR RUBBER CZAR general retreat. It was admittedby an exhausted nation when the war is his little old mother We have LYDIA COMPOUND

Col. Bradley Dewey, who succeeded military experts at first that this over. Competent observers believeit never seen such a lovely portrait in

Big Bill Jeffers as rubber direc, is a planned and orderly retreat. will take several generations for all our sinful years No other

tor, says he wishes he could get, After the invasion of Italy, the Ger- Russia to recover. Therefore, Rus couple on the floor seemed to be en -7 41-43

his hands on a set of synthetic mans admitted that it was a general sia's chief advantage will be gainedby joying themselves as much as this

tires. He is now in charge the retreat. Now it looks like a rout. co-operation with other nations boy and his proud mother ". She

program which promises to produce In other words, the creation of the rather than by threats of aggression.To simply beamed-and so did the rest

30 million synthetic tires by the end "third front" in the Mediterraneanhas some degree, that also appliesto of us-taking it all in from the ringside

of next year, but he is not able to forced the Germans to give up 'Britain. Unquestionably, the .' "Gosh," said a fellow, .

try synthetic tires on his own car. the idea of attempting a counter- United States will emerge from the whose chest is crowded with decora- Them Cleanse the Bloodof
:offensive. But since the slender "that sailor makes everybodyin Help
"I wish," says Colonel Dewey war the greatest military power in tions, Harmful Body Waste
,"that OPA would let me have a set, hope of Hitler lies in dissension the world. Only a combination of here look silly!" The speakerwas Your kidneys are constantly; filtering
of the new tires. I'd like to among the United Nations, why powers could defeat her. There Lt. Bill Crawford, a grand guy waste matter from the blood stream.But
try should Russia let him to the Pacific kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
know that she himself returning
them out. I understand they skid rests, then, the moral responsibilityon not act as Nature intended-fail to remove
less than natural rubber. Not thatI was satisfied with any Allied action? America of wise and generous use where he helped bomb to splinters impurities that if retained may
and the whole
drive at skidding speeds, mind Free Committee of her power-noblesse oblige. so many Jap ships. poison body machinery.the system

you, but I'd like to see what they Germany This, I admit, is the bright side Symptoms may be nagging of backache dizzines
would do."Some As to the Free Germany committee of the medal. But until the attempts Street Scenery: The gal,cab driver getting persistent up headache nights attacks swelling, puffines*

.a of the taxi drivers out in Russia itself has not made any toward tripartite discussion and at Madison and 40th manicuringher under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
Akron have new synthetic tires, and direct official statement concerning agreement have utterly failed thereis nails The "A" cars slinking anxiety Other and signs loss of kidney of pep or and bladder strength.die-

they swear by them. But I'd like it, has not officially backed up its no reason why the medal should along side streets like rum-runners order are sometimes urination.burning scanty or

to see what they would do for me." program. It is composed of German not be presented, shiny side up. The new messenger gals at too There frequent should be no doubt that prompt "

Reason for Dewey's inability to prisoners in Russia who demand of the Stock Exchange with NYSE em- treatment' PilZ Is,. Doan't wiser than have been neglect.winning Ua.Doan' .

.' get tires is that though he is in their fellow-countrymen that Ger- When I hear you and others say broidered on their jackets-and new friends for more than forty yean.They .

charge of the entire program, he is many get rid of her present rulers that men of 30 and 40 years are !I some of them very nyse The Are recommended have a nation-wide by grateful reputation.people LU
obliged to apply for tires through and surrender. That in itself is poor fighting material I wonder if optician's shop on Madison Avenue, country over. Ark your neighbor! -

OPA, like any other citizen. And something everyone wants to see. the white race is not going into de which describes its orb-glasses as

since his present tires are reason- How much short of unconditional cay or that civilization does not do giving patrons "SpecsAppeal"The .

ably good, he can't get any new 1 surrender that is, certainly is opento more harm to men'than good.-New dog department in a store which

synthetic ,tires... friendly discussion. We, know that York. advertises a dog soap as Shampooch


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Not at Present By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Always try hot fat with a pieceof

Mike-/ hear your noife is sick; iso Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. bread before putting in cro-
Released by Western Newspaper Union.
she dangerous? quettes.

Pat-No, she's too sick to be danger. nn ame8r *

ous. Lesson for October 24 A cloth-wrapped brick is a

handy item for your sewing room.

Courtship's voyage is usually Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Any work which must be held taut

short, but marriage, is a "bark" and copyrighted by International while being sewed can be pinnedto
Council of Religious Education: used by
that goes on and on. permission. the brick and thus anchored

-- firmly.
That Must Be Love

She-Would you give up your When the wooden handle breaksoff

, bachelor existence for me? 51 LESSON; Mark 7:6-13 TEXT-Exodus; John 192527.:20:12; Luke 2:48- the monkey wrench, hammera

He-Honey, for you I'd leave a 4 tv aCa N'Ti GOLDEN TEXT-Children, obey your piece of pipe over,the end tightly. -

baseball game in the ninth inning parents in the. Lord: for this is right.- Let it be somewhat longer than

with the score tied.RHEUMATIC. F Ephesians 6:1. the original handle for greater

FL leverage.
Right relations between childrenAnd

S 'V parents have much to do with

PAIH L the peace and prosperity of a com-

munity and a nation. Experiencehas
Got after it NowDon't
Mild not Day-
spell/oar C-2223 to relieve demonstrated that to be true, I

pain of muscular rheumatism but even more basic is the fact thatit
\ and other rheumatic pains. Caution: is in accord with the promise of 111 O Cl
Use only as directed. First bottle
purchase price back if not satisfied. God.One
60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223. of the bad breakdowns in
modern life is that of proper honor AS PLEASING and gay as finding -

I and obedience to parents by chil- a real four-leaf clover-

Capable of FriendshipTo dren. In all too many homes God's this pretty apron with the appliqueof

be capable of steady friend- SW 4 p+t order has been reversed and instead green clover leaves. A bit more

ship and lasting love is the great- of honoring and obeying their par- than half-a-yard of material will

est proof, not only of goodness of ents, children (both young and old) serve for the apron-scraps of

heart, but of strength of mind.- have taken the place of "boss," and 1 light and dark dotted or figured

Hazlitt. mother and father must obey' if they

want peace and rest.

_,_,__,___nm___ I. The Command and Promise

r Starts INSTANTLY to relieveSORETffOAT I Start the Day Right With WafflesSee _I (Exod. 20:12)).
f We are told by Paul that this is
( Recipes Below.)
the "first commandment with promise -

t- Breakfast Needs (Eph. 6:1-3): The Lord was

-c Breakfast Menus not making a bargain with man, or

Orange Juice seeking to draw out obedience by a
F.f Caused by Colds ,How many notches are you pushing Walnut Waffles Syrup prize, but there is obviously, a great

Just rub on Musterole-it's made up- the nutrition yardstick at Beverage reward in the observing of this com-
especially promptly coughs, breakfast time?
1[L core throat and aching chest muscles mandment.
. dueto colds.Musterole Actually helps & t:1 There are three Grapefruit Then, too, as the children of Godif

: break up local congestion in the up- meals a 'day, andif Cornflakes or Prepared Cereal ( we are such) through Jesus
bronchial tract, nose and throat. is
your family Milk, Cream or Sugar
IN 3 STRENGTHS Christ, the first and most important
! o 0 to receive the Raisin-Nut ToastBeverage consideration to come before us is,

"t ", necessary- amount What is the mind and will of the
0 of nutriment during that day you Recipe Given I
Maker of us all regarding this mat-
should take of of these
care as many
I ter of the relation between parentsand
requirements at one meal as pos- 1 cup milk children? His words are plainwe -

sible. Vj. cup chopped raisins are to "honor" our fathers and
Another reason in favor of the nutritious -
Dictionary of 5,020 Volumes Vz cup chopped nuts our mothers.
breakfast is that it helps the t
The bulkiest work ever producedwas family to be up and at the day's Cream together shortening and The word "honor" carries with it

a Chinese dictionary producedin work with more zip and pep than if sugar. Beat egg and,add to creamed a great, many things, but perhapsthe

1600 for the emperor of that they just have the roll and coffee, mixture. Sift together' flour, baking three outstanding elements are

f day; it comprised 5,020 volumes.IVGETABU:' bite-and-run excuse for breakfast. powder, salt, cinnamon and allspice. respect, obedience, and affection.Our .
Lord Jesus Christ who is the t 4ts4
Add to creamed mixture alternatelywith ,
t Always have fruit or fruit juice to
milk. Fold in raisins and nuts. Saviour and then'the Example of
begin the day. Not only does it help !
to start the day off in good style, but Pour into a greased loaf pan. Bakein believers, presents a beautiful pat- m 5614"

itgives you"some quota of your vita- a moderate- (350 degrees) oven 1 'tern of true' obedience to this com,

mins and minerals and calcium. hour. mandment.II. .
---lIa Laxative Date Bread.Makes Willing Obedience (Luke '2:48-: :
\ It's? smart to introduce variety I green materials make the easily
For Headache, into the breakfast just as is done in ( 1 1-pound loaf) 51' ; John 19:25-27): appliqued leaves. Use the paler

,yk ITEH 'I'' Sour Stomach the other meals. Vary breakfast 2% cups sifted flour The fact that Jesus was God mani- green shade for the waistband. Use

D and Dizzy breads as much as possible, the 4 teaspoons baking powder fest in the flesh only enhanced His organdie for a. "party" apron-'
> I when conduct. He who is divine
Spells Conw ways in which you fix eggs, the / teaspoon salt presentsan muslin, percale or unbleached
caused by
of obedience and
Use fruits served, and the cereals or Vs cup sugar example con- muslin for an everyday apron.

: r stipation.only directed. other foods such as pancakes, waffles IVi cups chopped dates sideration both as boy and man .
fi' which -we do well to emulate.
15 doses for french toast, etc. eggs
1Icups milk 1. As a Boy (Luke 2:48-51): ._ The Due to an unusually large demand and
e only 10 cents. Walnut Waffles. current war conditions, slightly more timeIs
4 tablespoons melted shortening boy Jesus, increasing "in wisdomand
required in filling orders for a few of
Makes 4 to 6 large waffles) stature and in favor with God
.0 .
Sift together flour, baking powder, the most popular pattern numbers.To
2 well-beaten egg yolks salt and sugar. Add dates. Beat and man" (v. 52), had come to His obtain Applique pattern and Apron

IVz cups milk milk and and add twelfth year and with His parents pattern for the Four-Leaf Clover Apron
No. send 15 cents plus one
(Pattern 5614)
2 pastry flour had gone up to Jerusalem to'cele-
to Stir
dry ingredients. only until cent to cover cost of postage togetherwith
teaspoon salt flour is well moistened. Pour into brate the Passover. your name, address and pattern num-

4 teaspoons baking powder greased loaf pan. Bake in a mod- There moved in His heart the con ber to:

WE WAEST TO BUY 6 tablespoons melted shorteningor erate oven ((350 degrees) for 1 hour.A viction that He must now be about HOME NEEDLEWORK
=- oil delicate treat for breakfast is His Father's business-an altogether 530 South Wells St. Chicago.
Stamp collections and accumulations.Coins. .
Old Glass and China 'are. What 2 stiffly beaten egg whites the lacy, golden morsel corn cake proper and commendable pur-
have you?Write before sending anything. 1 broken walnut kernels which originated down south. It pose, but one which resulted for
Describe condition, quantity and price should be served with butter the moment in separation from His
wanted. Address: Combine beaten egg yolks and or mar- GIVE YOUR
parents. This was far more serious
VOWETTE, 205 West Forsyth St. milk. Add' flour sifted with salt garine honey: than for
a physical separation, we I
and baking pow- read that they did not understandHim
der. Then add (Serves 6 to 8)) (v. 50). COLD THE AIR
IVi cups white water ground
melted shorteningor
S cornmeal Tragic indeed are the conse- Open up that cold-clogged nose.Feel this
oil. Beat until quences of our failure to understandour real prescription-type medication soothe .'
smooth, then fold 1 teaspoon salt shrink. Caution: Use only as directed.Be .
children. Notice however that
in whites and 2 eggs, well beaten sure you demand Penetro Nose Drops.
Jesus did not withdraw Himself from
nuts. Bake in un- 2 cups milk
their watchful care, nor- refuse to
o n
greased waffle Vi cup shortening, melted
obey them even though they failed to
iron. Add salt to cornmeal. Combine In Second War .,a
understand Him.
T. Toast is old well beaten eggs, milk, melted shortening The letter "R" in a soldier's
r 2. As a Man (John 19:25-27). The serial number indicates that he

standby and even and pour value of our lesson will be greatly served during the First World war
into cornmeal
Keep the Battle Rolling more delightful if the bread used is stirring until well, reduced if we see only the responsibility and has re-enlisted. .
varied occasionally. Here are two of children while they are
y, With War Bends and new favorites: combined. Pour
: Scrap young. We are the children of our
batter which
Raisin Nut Bread. parents as long as we and they
(Makes 1 1-pound loaf should be very DON'T LET
thin into pitcher live.One
marvels at the carelessnessand
iI 2 tablespoons shortening and stir thor- CONSTIPATIONSLOW
hardness of heart that will ,
4 tablespoons brown sugar oughly before per- .
1. mit men and women who have time YOU UP ,
egg, pouring each pan1&
2 sifted flour and money for everything else, to When bowels are sluggish and you
cups cake into well
a greased griddle or
feel 'irritable, headachy, do as millionsdo
neglect their aged ,parents and even
? t' 3 teaspoons baking powder skillet. Turn the pancake as it be- -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
.", ai shunt them off into public institu-
,1 teaspoon salt gins to brown. They should be pa- chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
tion for care. FEEN-A-MINT before you go to beef, '.
" teaspoon cinnamon per-thin and have a lacy effect.
'.' -: : could ask for III. Hypocritical DisobedienceMark taking only in accordance with package
No satisfying
pS' teaspoon allspice one more directions-sleep without being dis-
breakfast than the luscious ( 7:6-13). turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough ',-
sweetness of maple syrup combined Such an important commandment relief, helping you feel swell again. Try

with light, fluffy tender buttermilk naturally held a high place in the FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is bandy
Lynn Says: pancakes: thinking of the community. To violate and economical.A generous family supply

Top of the Morning! A recent Buttermilk Pancakes. it involved a measure of shame costs only

survey of students'. breakfast habits (Serves 6 to 8) which men sought to avoid. So the FEEN-A-MINT lot

revealed the following facts. 2 sifted flour Jews of Christ's day devised a

About 50,000 students were con- cups soda scheme which made it ,possible fora
1 teaspoon baking
tacted. salt man to appear to be very religiouseven

t ABBIUU Most students do eat breakfast, 1 2 teaspoon well beaten as he deprived his parents of
but there are still some who go the honor and help to which they
4 2 (scant) buttermilk
E cups
without it. Over half of them were entitled by the law of God.
2 tablespoons shortening, melted
Burlesq have rolls or bread of some kind, The man who was so avariciousthat
'3 star of Lady of on c ofcclease. but more than half do not have Sift together flour, salt and soda. he did not wish to support his

!. United Artists well St tied wcu breakfast food of 'any kind. Mix beaten eggs, melted shorteningand aged and needy parents could entirely
ozany who buttermilk. Add to flour mixture
the Ilollyw stems The larger percentage did not evade that God-given responsibility -
y informed oader. have fruit or milk-a must item gradually, beating'until smooth. by declaring that his
use McKesson Calox8c Rob ins, Iae. for students' breakfasts. Fry in hot, greased griddle. Serve was "Corban," that is, dedicatedby property

na. About fifth of the with maple syrup.
Bridgeport, a amount interviewed a vow to God.
100THi do not have meat or Are you having a time stretching meats? Thus do men make "the word of

"o" POWDER eggs for breakfast. Write to Miss Lynn Chambers for practical God of none effect" (v. 13) through

According to their own opinion, help at Western Newspaper Union, their' traditions. The: method differsbut Preserve Our Liberty
: most of them feel they do not 210 South Desplaines Street, Chicago Ill. : the in
spirit persists even our
't1 ?',i:;:_< :, v have an adequate breakfast. Don't-forget to enclose a stamped self-addressed day. Buy U. S. War Bonds

envelope for your reply., I

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TRUCK OPERATORS I the production, proper: use, and conservation -,)

VIOLATING THE ODT At the same time they are asking
for the highest production ever at-
IRERORTED KILLED OPERATORS LAW tained from American farms, the .

Nation's agricultural leaders pay At Green Bay, oldest
high tribute to the country's farm settlement ,in Wisconsin Spirit of N ort h west \

M ACTION'AUG.. 1 Numerous truck operators are families for their "almost miracul- there, is a heroic .,
statue depicting Indian
ODT delivery restrictions an -
violating the new ous" accomplishments of the past

News I which went into effect on few years, in the, face of increasing an explorer., a missionary Nicolet and, ;! f" ''i zc, :,>> 1
October 11, Ed Rowland, district difficulties and shortages. Perrot, Marquette, Joliet ;
Lt. Pharis Weekley was killed in ODT manager, says. During 1943 Florida and the and Black Bird, a N' I .

faction Aug. 1 in the bombing of the I Many of the violations were un- United' States' have harvested record Sauk membered.Chief, are all re- _, rr,."...,'-n\ i

Rumanian oil fields, according to a intentional, he pointed out, in urging yields of crops and have sent record :
';message received Saturday by his all truck operators and the gen-, numbers of livestock to the slaughter ? :

Another, Mrs. T. M. Weekley. Lt. eral public as well to familiarise pens. Corn, peanuts' oats, sweet I II I

Weekley of the Army Air Force, themselves with the new regula- potatoes, sugarcane, commercial "}
navigator on a Liberator bomber, tions. vegetable crops, poultry products,
had previously been reported missing beef and pork will have moved from : I II I
A spot check in numerous com-
: in action Aug. 1, In a telegram Florida farms in the highest volume II
munities disclosed violations were I
which came from the war,' depart- of recent years. Feed and food '
particularly prevalent on Sunday. Many people from dis I
ment August 12. Sunday deliveriesare crops have been produced as requested .. tant lands live at peace !
Virtually no
The second message, by the adjutant while the acreage devotedto here in America making :
ice trucks and
general, war department, permitted except cotton and certain other crops it a better place to live. '
read: "Report received through the certain other carriers who have been has' declined. Keep On' v Read for yourself what
exempted by general or spcial per- Naziism has
meant for
International Red Cross states your I I In some cases farmers have exceeded Backing the Attack
Norway, Denmark, Hol.With .
'Son, 2nd. Lt. Pharis _E. Weekley, mits.A I the 1943 goals set for them, land
recent check by ODT represen-! War Bonds Greece
who was previously reported missing I in practically all others they have
tatives, however, disclosed that many
in action was killed in action on 1 come remarkably close to achieving
August 1 in Rumania. The 'Secretary truck operators were found to be'the desired production. But the 1944 I
hauling members of their families I( --,
? of War extends his deep sym- goals have set even higher marks in
., to visit relatives, or to picnics;
:pathy. Letter follows. I food and feed crops, slightly lower 1
others were found driving their STATE EMPLOYS NEW a graduate of the Massachusetts In
Friday, the day before the second : goals for animals and animal
trucks down to the office to look OILSURVEY
't telegram from the war department ucts, except beef cattle. prod-I GEOLOGISTA stitute of Technology and the Call,
over the books, and many laundry,
'cam"!, Mrs. Weekley received a letter I I and ice cream trucks were in oper- "Production of the geologist whose duty is to work fornia Institute of Technology and'

from Major Charles T. Merrill' ation. ;,amount of food needed ,from AmejJ- with the state geological survey in has served as instructor in geologyat

'd t&d Oct. 3, somewhere in England The recent curtailment of deliveries 'can farms is not easy," recently de- connection with the exploration for Ohio State University. He has also .
which read: : clared Judge Marvin Jones, War oil Florida: has been employed by been employed by oil companiesin
means in effect that with certain
"Please excuse me for not being Food, Administrator. "But we are the state geologist. He is David B. California and Texas and spent
exceptions, streets shall be clear of
able to contact, you at an earlier date all retail and wholesale delivery ve- face to face with the stark fact thatif Ericson of Provincetown, ,Mass. two years in Turkey in oil exploration -

cbncerning i your son, Pharis. I had hicles on Sunday. we fail to get full production, or Herman Gunter, director. of the I work for the bureau of mines

only known him for about two If we selfishly consume as a peo- geological survey, said Ericson is of t Turkish government.,
months but during that time I had The exceptions include ice trucks, ple all that our vastly increased I _
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'done: an excellent job in our squadron. buy-then our soldiers and our
can't all essential items and trucks loaded to allies be short of supplies." '%0 ..
I am sorry I give you may Y
the information I know concerning capacity moving.from a single pointof Increasing casualty lists and the '%0

Pharis but I will say that I was flY- origin to a single destination to knowledge that every pound of food

ing in the same formation that he,I a single consignee. Such capacity needed and not available will pro- ;yi Boiii i
loaded trucks moving from one i: rely on a
was and I did see him leave the for- point to' another may deliver on long the war and cause unnecessary
::anatiou. None of us know 'his fate I casualties is sufficient incentive for

but I assure you I will contact; you Sunday or any other day. Florida farmers to exert their utmost :4.: ::

any time I receive news concerning The drastic new regulations were energies in food production. :%: wish i:
him. Many of the men who were issued to preserve vehicles and tires

reported missing on that mission for essential uses and all truck oper- '

have been made prisoners of war ators are urged by Mr. Rowland to Humble Oil Plans :: A =I i:

;and in case you haven't received cooperate in the program. To Drill New Well .bone

word that he is a prisoner let us both V

pray that, he has escaped captureand November Is Named (Hendry" County News) .y. T V
According to latest reports, a
will soon be with us again.
Please feel free to write me if there new well will be drilled close to well f. x.i .

ITS,anything I can do to help you and "Food Fights ForFreedom" No. 1 at Sunniland regardless of .. C I

to 1: promise I will do my best to helpyou. actual pumping operations which *
." MonthBy will be started in about a month.
Humble Oil Company of Texas, y
On 30th S. ?
August Brig. Gen. U.
subsidiary of Standard Oil of New .. ?..
'Ent. of the bomber
9th command, J. FRANCIS -COOPER %
Jersey opened a field office in Tam-
''wrote Mrs. Weekley that her son, GAINESVILLE, Fla, In the pa from which to conduct oper'ationain + w y
"Lt. Phairs E. Weekley, is one (If months ahead, farmers will have
.. the great heroes of this war: His their biggest assignment in the war Florida. :%: A '(

name has been indelibly written 'in so far. Officials say that swabbing has :* .,savings account, :_:

our country's history. I am the been discontinued on well No. 1, and
Enlarged food production is so essential :;: with
insured *
proudest commander in the world,, pumping equipment from Texas; is our

no more commander efficient ever force had than a the braver onelwhich ;[, of to government the war effort agencies that a number have- awaited.days of swabbing It as reported, the well that produced in four I ::!%:: .... safety" will provides :.0':

joined the United States
Departmentof ,
1610 barrels
bombed the Rumanian oil, refineries of fluid, of which
on August 1. I have made I Agriculture in conducting' a "food 736 % barrels 'was oil, the rest" salt s things want
for freedom" campaign during the water. you
a recommendatoin for an award_ for
Lt. Weekley's deeds which has been month of November. Various national The oil is now being analyzed at f y +

approved by Gen. Brereton. You organizations and advertisers the company's laboratory in Bay- y y
will give generous backing to the port, Texas 'to determine y .i..i.yan
vlll hear more of this at a future I' the possibilities -
campaign to help the public gain a y
Survivors are complete understanding of the war is good, for asphalt, some for lubrication y y y
his Mr. andllrs.
parents food y
problem as a whole.Florida's y
for linoleum for
Weekley, ar brother, Dallas, a some some v y
1944 food production automobile or high-octane aviation, y
half-brother, Pvt. T. P. Weekley of ,
goals were set at a meeting in some for all of these uses. f y
the: field ..
artillery, and one sister, y
Miss Marva Weekley. Gainesville October 16, price ceilingson The crew at the ,Sunniland ,well A y

most of the fresh vegetables have numbers some thirty men, and mostof Y Y

been set. and commercial truck growers them are making their home here I Y

:Young, trees, ilke your boys and I are already busily engaged in a I at LaBelle, 35 miles from I Y Y

:girls need plenty of food and' water : vast program of food production in sunniIand// Y
for proper growth. Burned over 'Florida this winter. But the campaign Does your boy and iE Y

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