The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00969
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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 12, 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
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'. OPA SETS PRICESON Legion to Sponsor Dance I I SPECIAL SERVICES Bitting Undergoes Major: ETHERTON 1 ELECTED

At Sugarland On 27thThe Operation In New York!


'3- American Legion Post No. '93 I Clarence R. Bitting, president of

LOCAL FARMERS ,, will stage a benefit dance at Sugar- I United States Sugar Corporation, KIWANIS FOR '44

land Park Auditorium on Saturday HANCOCKPASTORa recuperating satisfactorily after

.- night, November 27th. I n,. operation for stomach ulcers
Music will be provided by Morris service for installa-
Many Hendry County farmers who I A special the which he underwent Monday at St.Vincent's Bernard Myers, instructor in Eng.
market this Weiss' orchestra, of Miami, which tion of David C: Hancock as pastor j lish and
are raising turkeys for history and athletic
director -
has the most popular dance Clewiston Community Church Hospital, New York City. I
proven of the
in OPA for
year will be interested the boys at the local high school
that be orchestra with Lake region dancersin will be held in the church on Tues-I Two weeks ago Mr. Bitting,.who iSj was the guest
ruling on the prices may speaker at the Kiwanis
many years. day evening, November '16th, at 8 also president of Bitting, Inc., New. meeting
charged for them. Wednesday evening.
'." The following ceiling prices are I Tickets will be sold for $1.50 plus o'clock. I York, received the silver antelope) Prior to the program, the Kiwan-

to retailers in the Tampa area: tax of 15 cents, total price, $1.65. Several of the best-known and most I highest award of the Boy Scouts, for'i ians held a business meeting and
The Legionnaires have not spon- of the I his services to the several thousands
j able ministers PresbyterianI
18 ] elected
Light weight turkeys, (under I I new officers for 1944. Glen
dressed sored a dance here in quite some I Church in Florida will attend and of employees of' the sugar company. ]E. Etherton
pounds live, under 16 pounds was elected president,
drawn time, and since their dances are always will conduct the services. Most of When he leaves the hospital, he will. : and under 13 pounds vice president, and the
weight) ceiling price 38.4 pound live among the best, many people j I) these men are known in Clewiston, come to Florida to recuperate. following were chosen as directors:

weight, 46.4 dressed, 44.9 drawn. are looking forward with eagerness I I having visited the local church. I J. E.' Beardsley, Ralph M. Bishop,
those to this one.IFATHERS. Rev. Fred A. Kullmar of LakeWorth E. M. Cornette
:Medium weight turkeys, ( J. W. Ezelle, C. J.
''weighing 18 to 22 pounds live, 16, to moderator of the presbytery MASONIC LODGE Lovvorn, Arch Simmons and R. C.
'20 pounds dressed, and 13 to 161E of 'Southeast Florida, will preside. .1 Wilson
Rev. W. K. C. Thomson of the First -
pounds drawn) ceiling prices 36.9 SHOULD The new officers will be installed
live, 44.4 dressed, 51.4 drawn. Presbyterian Church of 'Miami, will OBSERVES WEEK at the first meeting in January, and
deliver the The charge to
: 1 Heavy turkeys, (those weighing sermon. after their installation, the direc-
"' '22 and over live,' 20 and over dress- FILE OCCUPATIONAL the people will be given by Rev Alex- tors and officers appoint
ander Linn of the Coral Way Pres- FOR EDUCATION a secre-
ed, and 16J/2 and over drawn) ceil tary-treasurer. This position' is
ing prices, 35.9 live, 42.9 dressed, byterian Church in Miami, and the by W. N. Martni.Mr. nowheld
and 47.4 drawn STATUS AT ONCE"Fathers charge to the pastor by the Rev.
Cazwell G. Johnstone of the central The Moore Haven Masonic Lodge: Myers discussed the history of
Prices listed above are for young sports in his
'Presbyterian Church of Miami. held an open meeting Thursday talk, and traced the
turkeys. Old turkeys must be sold
who are necessary men Members of the congregation and evening and gave the meeting over I development in the United State?
2 .
cents pound cheaper.A
per from
in essential industry must file information interested friends' are cordially invited -1 to an observation of natinoal "EduI days when fishing,
producer. deeling to the hunting
as to their occupationalstatus to attend. The installation ofa cation Week." I and corn-huskings constituted -
consumer (housewife) may addJ20
with their Selective Service pastor is one of the most impressive I only sports program of
% to above listed live weight I The Rev David C. Hancock, 'min- Americans.
local boards at ," said General services of church. After the civil war, organized -
prices, and 17 % to listed dressed and once a j ister of the Clewiston Community!
Collins State Director games, such as basebell,
of SelectiveService
i I
-drawn prices.A Church, gave the opening prayer, came into
t prominence and the Amer-
a news conference today.
slight increase is Short talks were made by Principal icans
permitted II I Prior to October 1st fathers became enthusiastic over or-
were M. O. McCord of the Moore Haven
where turkeys must be transported d TAYLOR IS NEW ganized sports. "
deferred Class III-A, now that '
school, and 'Principal
M. H. Stroudof
more than 30 miles. This increase
deferment on account of family relationship To the American people, Mr. Myers
the Clewiston
from 3-4: cent for 30 miles to
ranges I has been removed, local : stated, sports are ,an emotional out-
2 cents for 300 miles. CITY MARSHAL TOt The main talk of the evening was let
boards are busily engaged in re- ; and spectators are as enthusiastic -
The OPA regulations define dress by Bernard Myers, teacher of Eng-
classifying fathers from this group. over the'games the partici-
ed turkeys as "plucked, and bled, In ,reclassifying, local boards innshave t SUCCEED BELL lish and History in the Clewiston pants. During the last twenty years,
with head ,and feet on." Drawn information regarding the school. Mr. Myers' talk was an outline said the speaker, schools have stressed -
turkeys are fully dressed for, the of education, and he told in a '
cupational intramural
status of these registrants 1; an program of sports,
able (no head, feet, etc.) 'to very interesting manner, the historyof in order that
,; if they are be considered for J. S. Taylor has been employed by the present school system, tracing more students may
deferment for this participate and derive
reason. 'the benefits
the city commission as city marshal '
Mothers Club Plans Registrants who are self-employed its development' through the years, from the sports-program.
for Clewiston, to succeed I. S. Bell, and giving not only the times whenit
in essential industry and are necessary The speaker said the benefits of
who resigned recently to devote his
progressed, but the
I periods of re-
For Christmas thereto, should immediatelyfile participation in sports was well-
Program full time to serving as constable and trogression as well. | :
with the local board DSS Form deputy sheriff in this section of the i known, but that few 'people Consider
1r r ,______ 42-A; Request for Occupational Deferment county. There were approximately 40 I 1 the disadvantages. Among these,'he

'The Mothers, Club meeting at the setting forth their ocKcupntional Masons and friends present, at thei i said, are the glamorization jsports,
jOojpiSunityengr.: <..Monday evening'used" status \ o f Mr. Taylor ist:: a-Clewjston meeting. D. _C. ,Settle. :WorshJpfnC i overemphasis on- nriuirngxthe'eame,
...'..i\-.:... _. | : Employers? dent, and owns his' borne -on
Master and :
Thanksgiving: theme in decorations registrants'' engaged essential industry resi-I presided at the meeting and! in large schools'the subsidization(
cisco Avenue. He was a :W. C. Owen, chairman of the -. ".-'"
and in the devotional. Mrs. should file this form immediately committee i of sports. -' ,
the Sea-Bees, serving with that 1
,E. J. Casper and Mrs. A. H. Vann on all fathers now classified introduced the speakers. Mr."
branch of ,the service in Alaska ..... I II Myer urged more coordination -'
'- gave the devotionals. in Class IIIAwho are necessary I til recently released through un-I between the health programs in

,, Mrs. Carl E. Johnson presided at men. honorable discharge.Mr. Armistice Day Observed !schools and the sports programs; he
the business meeting, and appointed I Failure to file this information said many students are more inter-
a committee consisting of Mrs. prior to the time that the local Taylor will devote his entireFtime I Quietly; Stores Closes ested in 'sports than in physical education -
to the job of city marshal and ,
W.: N. Martin, Mrs. A. H. Vann, Mrs. board considers the registrant's classification and that failure to keep their
Glen Brower and Mrs. David C. Han eliminates' the employer'sright will be available at all times. I : ]bodies in top-notch condiiton is responsible -

cock: to make plans for the nursery of appeal should the registrant telephone will be installed at his Armistice Day was observed quiet for failure of many to recover

Christmas tree. The Sunday School[tbe placed in Class I-A. Without such] home shortly for the convenience of ly in Clewiston, with stores, the bank I from injuries received in

decided that ,the nursery children L !| information being in the registrant'sfile anyone who wishes to call him there I/ and some offices closing for the en-' games.

should again have their own tree local boards are precluded from tire day. School conitnued for the

and program 'at the church and the placing I' the registrant in any defer- full day and the sugar office, post Must File Reports Of

other Sunday School children would ijred' classification on .occupational MAIL CHRISTMAS 'office, engineers and others carried I ,

have theirs at ,another time. This 31 i I grounds._ on as usual with no holiday observ- All
I Foreign Property
plan was carried out successfully last Registrants are again urged to ance. "- -. I

year. \ maintain close, contact with their: ,GIFTS AND CARDS The American' Legion observed .--.....-> "i

The Mothers Club decided to again local boards and to'keep these boara3constantly. i the day with their usual Legion Citizens of Clewiston, who own

take, up the project of a nursery hour I informed of any change IN NOVEMBER i, Armistice party. Their ladies were any property in foreign countries
during the morning church serviceto !lin status or address. i t invited for a dinner meeting, and the I were notified by Acting Postmaster

care for the small children of --_. songs and merry-making lasted far Jewel Lawrence today that they

mothers who would like to attend the County Tax Bills annual J I into the night.SENATOR must file reports of their foreign
Delivery of the flood
services., I holdings with the Treasury Depart-
Christmas and cards ot'l
gifts on ,
A covered dish supper will be held Now In The MailsR. t I,always a serious problem, '"will 1 GRAHAM HERE I ment before December 1.The notice
-at the next meeting and the members t ; I was given by means of a poster
more than a problem this year i jt
I will invite their husbands to at- Ernest R. Graham of Miami was :placed on display in the post office.
II will be an impossibility-unles' I
I I tend N. Miller, county tax collector Christmas mailings are made largelyin a visitor in Clewiston yesterday and Mrs. Lawrence'points ,out that it is

i Refreshments of devils' food cake said his office had completed Friday November," Postmaster General today, during a visit through this :necessary for the government to

blanched almonds and coffee wer the mailing out of some 1,100 state I Frank C. Walker warned today. section of the state with a view to I have as complete information as

served by Mrs J. W. Durden and and county tax bills covering reaestate I "Transportation facilities are, the coming gubernatorial} campaign. I 1 1i possible on the ,American stake

'Mrs C. L. McLendon at a beautifully i i and personal property for the I burdened to the limit with war materials -i[ Mr. Graham, who is known widely. I :abroad to assist the military authori-

appointed tea table decorated year 1943. 1 and personnel, and the Pose -j I as state senator, farmer and dairy 1 ties; and the civilian governments on

with a centerpiece of croton leaves I A discount of 4 per' cent will b tal Service has sent more thauj owner, has been one of the real [ :the fighting fronts and to bring
.and bright colored the'' 1 pioneers of the in the about sound solutions of the postwar -
fruits. allowed if taxes are paid during : thirty-one thousand experienced sugar industry

Attending were Mrs. G. H. Brown, month of November, 3 per cent if''employees into the Army and Navy,'"' state, as he was associated with the problems.

Mrs. C. E. Gericke, Mrs. Carl Johnson paid during December, 2 per cent in ijMr.|I Walker said. "The only solution early Pennsylvania Sugar Company Report forms, known as TFR-

Mrs, D. C. Hancock, Mrs. M. H January and 1 per cent is allowed in ito}i the Christmas problem is: MAIL which attempted commercial sugar I j 500, may be obtained through commercial -

Stroud, Mrs. A. H. Vann, Mrs. J W. February. Net is due in March and IjlN|; NOVEMBER. Marl your parcels growing at Hialeah many years ago. .,1: banks, or from the nearest

Ezelle, Mrs.' Foy Durrence, Mrs. a penalty will be attached if taxes I 'DO NOT OPEN UNTIL Mr. Graham has been keenly interested -, ]Federal Reserve Bank, the postmaster -

Curtis Thompson, Mrs. W. D. Wylie, are not paid by April 1. CHRISTMAS.' That is the only way 1 1 I in the agricultural development states. Penalties are provided -

Mrs. E. J. Casper, Mrs.: L. H. Hardy -'--- to avoid disappointment on Christ- of this area ,and has shown for those who wilfully fail to file

and the hostesses. Circuit Court Monday mas Day not only for many civilians l particular interest in the cattlefeeding I'eports.Vie'tory.

experiments of the United States
--- but also for millions of members of

... ATTENDS STATE MEETING With No Cases To Try I the armed, (forces who are still in this{1 1I I Sugar Corporation. !! Garden Course
country. I! Although he has not yet made

'Mi s. H. C. Meador spent this week I i,i I "1t is also the only way to avoid formal announcement of his entryint"o I May Be Given Here

In Jacksonville where she attendeda The regular fall term of circuit the possibility of a Christmas the race for governor Mr. I'

leaders conference for State W. M. court is scheduled to. open AlondaU emergency in the transportation and Graham's intentions are well known

TJ. officers, associational W. M. at the courthouse, though so far, postal services. It the public will' and he has many friends through the Opportunity to'have a ,course In

presidents associational young there Is no docket, according to cooperate by mailing their Christmas Evergaldes who are helping him I I Victory Gardening taught here

people's leaders Mrs. Meador is: Clerk William T. Hull. parcels DURING NOVEMBER we spread the word. ( through the co-operartion of the

Associational Young People's leader Unless something comes up demanding can handle a small volume of light.1, i Rural War Production Training

for the Palm-Lake Association, composed trial between now'and then last-minute mailings, such as ,, Schools Will Get program Is offered to residents of
o'. of the Baptist Churches in, this term will probably be just a 1 up to December 10-but we can do I I Clewiston: and area by M. H. Sharpe,

;" Palm Beach County and the Lake i formality to be quickly disposed ofMOYR I that and avoid an emergency only, Two Weeks Holiday local vocational agriculture teacher.
Okeechobee region. if November is really 'Christmas; I, The course, if given, will be taughtby

< BISHOP TO FRENCH i Mailing Month'." I __ someone well qualified and fa-

NEW ARMY PERSONNEL II GUIANA Postal officials pointed out that" The Hen dry County school board prob-lems:

the volume of mail now is far abov Friday night set the holiday vacation l

Warrant Officer Edward R. Ru hbioye Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs any previous records, that railwaycars for the period of December 20-Jan I All who are Interested are asked

lander and Tech. Sgt. O. L. Baiidare I Ralph M. Bishop, who has been employed : by the hundreds have been diverted nary 2, Inclusive. This means a two- tlwee"ls o contact 1\01. H. Sharpe at the school

'new members of the U. S. Army', by Pan American Airways in to war service and that the holiday as schools will close building, or phone Mrs. E. L. Stewart -

personnel attached to the administrative Miami, was recently transferred by air lines have only about half as on the 17th and reopen on Jan. 3rd. 'phone No. 95, by Monday, in

staff at Riddle Field. The the Airways to French Guiana, and many planes as they once operated. B. Jones was employed to drive order that arrangements may be

men came to Clewiston from SpencE left Friday for his new location. More than ttfo, hundred thousand I the colored school children from made.

Field, at Moultrie, Georgia. The} Mr.. and Mrs. Bishop went down extra temporary employees normally Hookers Point to Harlem Academyat

_! are serving 'as, air jnspectors at R'idto Miami to visit Moye just before] are employed to help with the holi- a salary of $1 a day, retroactive Attend the Legion dance at Sugar-

- file -Field.: he left, the States I I (Contlnued:, on Page d) to Oct. 5, when he went on the job. f land on November 27th. -

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See Here: 'IMPROVEDUNIFORM: Resourceful Student Had

J INTERNATIONAL I Ready Proof for the ProfThe

Private Hargrove! SUNDAY I student was one of those
LessonBy lads short on knowledge, but longoh >:,.
"by Marion Ha grove 5RV" 'E. so long-on resourcefulness. .
HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D For many minutes the professor
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. had been him
THE STORY SO FAR: Private Marlon forty-two cents a day? The last time canvas knickknack? It's an original, Released by Western Newspaper Union. tions in plying with ques-
Hargrove, former feature editor of a .I saw him, he was working out plansto isn't it?" his an effort to break down
North Carolina newspaper, has been Inducted feed you on Bun:ombe 'County "It ain't nothing else but," he selfassurance."You .
into the army and has completeda turnip greens or pay you to eat at said. "Painted by a friend of mine Lesson for November 14 have heard of cause and
good portion of his basic training and at the Service Club." up in Columbus. Guy knocks them effect?" the professor finally inquired -
Fort Bragg. Classified as a cook Lesson subjects and texts .
Scripture selected
with plenty of extra KP duty because of "Oh, that," he said. "I've savedso off like that in about twenty minutes. and copyrighted by International- ,
his failure at times to grasp some of the much on cigarettes since you left How do you like it?" permission.Council of Religious Education; used by "Oh, yes," the student replied.

fundamentals of army life, he has become the battery that I could afford to Aside from the fact that the water- "Have you heard of effect com-

quite familiar with the Company eat uptown now if I wanted to. And fall is a little frothy and the moun- THE SANCTITY OF THE HOME ing before cause?" :_

kitchen. He has learned and has the mastered finer pointsof the let's leave any remarks about Bun- tain looks like something from a "Indeed, yes," was the reply. :"f'
combe County out of this. And let's mentholatum advertisement, it LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:14; Matthew '
elements of army slang. As we pick up 5:27-30; Mark 10212. an ill-concealed look of tri-
Is listening leave your feet out of'my waste- would do credit to any mess sergeant's .
his story here, Hargrove GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed are the pure In umph, the professor demanded
to a bus driver In a nearby town expandon basket." room"in the whole Replace- heart: for they shall see God.-Matthew 5:8. "Give me an example!" .. / '
his former army career. Hargrove -fa- ment Center. -
"A barrow wheeled '
suspects (and rightly so) that the truth is From now on I must deny myselfone "You didn't notice this," he said, As the divinely appointed centerof by a man. :'<.
being stretched. The bus driver speaks: of the fundamental rights arid lifting himself lazily from the bunk. man's life, the home holds a \;

joys of mankind. I must quit bum- From the table he took an ordinary- place of such importance that it is ,,:.
CHAPTER XIII ming matches from those near and looking beer can with an extra lid on the special target of Satan's offen- Happy Relief When :

dear to me-that is, if I want themto it. "John Bull Beer,",he said. "Can't sive. That has always been true,

'Wen,' he said, hemming and remain near and dear ,to me. buy it anywhere except in my fam- but it seems that in recent years the You're Sluggish Upset ;.,"
ily's restaurant in Ohio and Penn- onslaught against'the home ,
hawing a little, 'three stripes means Whenever I ask anyone around Cen- has been '. .. ,
intensified. '.
Six ter Headquarters-even Mulvehill or "
he's just a plain buck sergeant.
stripes is a master sergeant. I'm a Bishop or Bushemi-for ,a match, I I He lifted the top lid, revealing a Books, plays, movies, magazines, ,,'" '> ':"

supply sergeant. That's two grades get one of two answers, both of whichare businesslike cigarette lighter. I all contribute their filthy, efforts to :,; ?Y:

above a buck sergeant and one ,getting very tiresome by now.I I took the can, struck the flint and a break down all sense. of moral re- J.. ,. ".
grade below a master sergeant. I'm hear either "What's the mat- roaring blaze leaped at me. It sponsibility. Sex is magnified, and

expecting to be a master sergeantin ter? Has_your fire gone out?" or burned merrily away. not in any useful or normal sense, :::01: 1

a month or so. That's as highas "Just light your cigarette on one' "Not bad, huh? Good advertising but rather for the stimulating of unholy ) k .,, :,,; :.
you can get.' of our conflagrations; there shouldbe scheme." desires and purposes, the ';. "<-

_ "I didn't say anything for a while; a small arson in yonder ,corner." "It should come in handy," I told breaking down of Christian stand- ",' .:- ,..
just sat there looking like I was Since I am a patient and long- him, "anytime the furnace goes ards of living, and the,ultimate pros- cI4% r \,
titution of the sacred of all
him blah. That little conflagration would l
letting it soak in. Then I asked suffering child, I make no scathing
real calm-like and ignorant, 'How remarks in return for these jaded heat a whole barracks in three min- human relationships to the lowest .:
first utes flat." level of which animals might well WHEN CONSTIPATION makes :
many stripes does a private witticisms. I merely shrug my you feel .
class have?' frail shoulders pathetically and seek He twisted the dial of his radio be ashamed.All punk as the dickens, brings on stomach
this that this lesson upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take
"So help me, he looked like he : greener pastures. It isn't so bad, and a high-pitched feminine wail Dr.Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly
was going to choke for a while. i their refusing the match. The worst bounced off the far wall. "I've been should be taught with a holy bold- pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and '.,. _
Then he came back with a snappy part of it is the reminder of an incident listening to the opera most of the ness and plainness which will makeit help you feel bright and chipper again. "
which afternoon The Magic Flute." effective for God in our homes.I. DR.CALDWELL'S is .
answer in a flash. might well be forgotten.The the wonderful senna
'Well,' he said, 'first-class pri- incident is of no consequence, "What happened to the magic skil- Protect the Purity of the Home laxative contained in good old Syrup Pep

vates have one stripe, just like us. but it might as well come off my let?" I asked. "How come -you're (Exod. 20:14; Matt. 5:27-30). .sin to make it so easy to take.
supply sergeants, only their stripeis chest. Any violation of the divine plan prescriptions DOCTORS to make use pepsin the medicine preparations '

bottom-upward from ours. Their Smoking a pipe only occasionally, for the marriage of one 'man 'and palatable and agreeable to take.So be mor sure
stripes point down.' I! still have not become overly proficient one woman, in loving communionfor your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin.

"Well, sir, I thought I'd die. I. at keeping the little things the founding and maintenance of INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favoriteof
almost popped trying to keep from burning. When I buy a can of tobacco the home, is a direct violation of millions 50yearsandfeel that wholesome -

laughing, but I kept a straight face. I buy a five cent box of the law of God. children relief love from constipation.Even finicky
Caution lake
Then I said, 'Things sure have country matches with it. Half my It is also a violation of the law of directed on the label.DR.CkthWELL'S. : only as
changed since I was in the Army. smoke is tobacco; the other half is man.. It brings serious results in

Back then, three or four years ago, Georgia pine smoke from the match- the destruction of the home, and in

supply sergeants were just plain sticks. the ruin of individual life-physical,
buck sergeants and first-class pri- I I was busy today typing out a moral and spiritual.The .

vates were'the only one-stripe men.' story, and I had lit my pipe for words of Jesus broaden the SENNA LAXATIVECONTAINED
'Yeah,' he said, sort of weak- about the twenty-second time. I interpretation of the commandmentto
like, 'time changes a lot of things.' threw the match into the wastebasket cover all sexual impurity in IN SYRUP PEPSIN
and forgot all about the whole word deed.
"That was all he had to say. He .
thing. I was absorbed in ,my work. I We are to be firm and definite in
looked sort of foolish and pulled the "Have last words beforeI
you any
I noticed by degrees that our of- our dealing with this temptation to Yellowheads -
cord to get off at the stop. pass KP on you?" the sergeant
fice was becoming lighter and moral uncleanness even though it be Our familiar "greenbacks," ,,imprinted -
"So there another bull asked.
was session -
it >warmer. I noted, the fact :with a ;' as painful as tearing out an eye or with a yellow saal'son.
to hell. -
for the shot,best, though. Maybe I didn't have was a rich feeling of comfort, but no'great lying around I here- instead of bustling losing a hand. The command hereis I which .is named the -placeof Circulation -' ,
interest in finding out the cause. Itwasn't not necessarily to be interpreted ''
chance against a fellow with that about your kitchen-tickling the pal- issued for use in Sicily, :
much talent." until I reached for another ates of the men with your culinary literally. Tearing out an eye will are called yellowheads.
match to light that pipe again that delights, as they say in the Army not help if there is lust in the heart.
-bI I noticed my wastebasket. The thing cooks' manual?" The point is, go to the root of the

ran out of cigarettes this after- had in it a cheerful little blaze matter, and get rid of it even if it
"No tonight he explained
noon near my ,old cooks' battery, so bright enough to take action photographs supper"We're hurts. Mos of us are far too easyon NOTHING CAN DO
airily. just changing cycles
I thought I'd drop in on First Ser- moonless sinful We
on a night. our impulses. dally
and there ain't nobody here but the
geant Goldsmith, who smokes the There was nothing to get excited noncommissioned officers, like my- with them when we should destroy MORE FOR YOUin

same brand that I do. Sergeant about, I told the remainder of the self. I told them to go and eat next them. the entire field of aspirin than St.Joseph
Goldsmith is the old type of top ser- public relations staff, the sergeantnajor's door. II. Recognize Marriage as a Di- Aspirin. None faster, none safer. The
geant, with a heart of GI shoe of assistants vine Institution (Mark 10:2-8): world's largest seller at lOc. Also sold
corps and the "This is the life little He
leather and voice that would man. in economy sizes-36 tablets, 20c, 100
a put filing department. I nonchalantlyput yawned. "Nothing to do, nothing to The Pharisees, who had devised tablets,35c. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.
stoutest to shame.
my foot into the basket and worry about. Just lie around, read some ingenious schemes for gettingrid

"Great gods,and little paychecks," started stamping out the fire. The and listen to the opera. Sans souci, ,. of an undesired wife, wanted to

he railed. "Look what's loose again! thing would have worked, too, except as we French say-without care." get Jesus_involved in the question.
What's the latest, little man, oraren't that the length of my foot was They put him up against Moses who Beware Coughsfrom
reporters supposed to know?" greater than the diameter of the had allowed divorce.

"The only news I've heard today," wastebasket. The foot stuck and I The first sergeant looked over his Jesus made it clear that this was common colds

I told him, helping myself to a cof- could not stamp. glasses with a rather unpleasant not in accord with God's plan and '

fin nail from his desk, "is that Corporal Sager, of Plans and gleam in his eyes. only took place because of their sin- That Hang On -

they're sending all the first 'ser- Training, leaped to the rescue, pried "Private Hargrove, he began ful hardheartedness.As .

geants in the Replacement Centerto the; foot from the basket, grabbedthe slowly and deliberately, "the govern- a proper background for the Creomulsion it goes right relieves to the promptly seat of the because -

Panama for hard-labor service de- basket and sped away to the ment of the United States, to whomno discussion of divorce He set up the trouble to help loosen and expel

tachments. Polish your brass and water, cooler. I followed him and task seems impossible, ,has tack- divine origin of marriage. He madeit germ laden phlegm, and aid nature,
you might make acting corporal be- poured myself a cup of water. I led the job of pulling you a little ,of clear that marriage was ordainedby to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed -

fore the war's over." still saw no cause for excitement. the way out of your abysmal ignor- God; and that it involves a holy branes.Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell mem-youa
With complete faith that heaven
"Oh, it's lovely to run into an old -3- ance. union of two individuals which bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding
will help them in this job, they It
you must like the way
top sergeant who can't put you on Maury Sher, my old buddy whenwe have begun a series of lectures about makes them one. quickly allays the cough or you are
kitchen police when you sass back at were together in the studentcooks' why you are being trained to fight, All those who look forward to mar to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
him." riage should realize that it is not a
battery had been
an ex- whom you are being trained to fight, I
"You're a sweet little lad Har- casual thing or a merely temporary
tended furlough. Before he returned, ; and all the other little things ,
grove," he purred. "We really do I had left on a three-day pass for should know." you legal contract. It is a union for for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis

Charlotte. We had not got togetherfor I life-be it for better or worse, in
"Yes, sir, I said hesitantly, run-
three weeks sickness or health, in prosperity or
two or so I went around the inside of
ning my finger
over to his battery to look him up. my collar. "You mean the radio adversity. All who are married Invest in Liberty "fr
should highly regard their sacred
The battery street was almost lectures on Tuesday and Thursday
empty; the mess-hall door was afternoons." vows. & Buy War Bonds

>w'iL jlAP locked. The mess sergeant was no- "From four until four-thirty," the III. Follow God's Law. on Divorce

arG where to be seen. Finally I found a first sergeant said. "The entire pop- (Mark 10:9-12): .

soldier who had seen Sergeant Sherin ulation has been invited by Upstairsto Failure to observe God's law in

his room, so I looked for him gather in the mess halls to hear these matters may involve a personin

there. and discuss these lectures. Yester the guilt of gross sin. This pas

The sergeant lay on his lazy backon day afternoon you weren't on hand. sage and others teach that divorceis

a stilted bunk in his cadre room, Have you any last words before 1 to be permitted on the one groundof

reading Dorothy Parker. The win- pass KP on to you?" adultery (Matt. 5:32).
dows of the room'had been equippedwith Divorce and remarriage other
"It's a rather long story, sergeant
flimsy green curtains, and par- ," I began. than on grounds permitted by God
tially deflated holiday balloons flut- in the sin of
"Here, we go again, sighed the involves the parties
tered against them. On the wall sergeant. "Have a chair and begin adultery. Men may make laws

above the bed hung a small oil breaking my heart. It will make based on the civil contract of mar

r painting of a forest, with an icy you feel better to have that off your riage which provide differently but

white mountain in the background.A chest before you go to the kitchen." man cannot remove, marriage from
writing table had been installedand its divine institution, nor
"Sergeant, I asked him, "were place as a
The basket had in it a cheerful lit on a shelf in over his bunk werea you ever editor of a high-school can he add to or take away from
reading lamp, a small radio, anda ?" God's law concerning it.
tie blaze bright enough to take newspaper tonic
ac neat of books.I Give good-tasting
tion photographs on a moonless array "Is this long story about ,me or Aware, as we are, of the laxnessof
night. I stood there surveying the place you?" the sergeant asked. "Please some branches of 'the church in doctors recommend
for a while. "What in the sweet continue with your story." such matters, and the almost entire i many

miss you here. When you were here, name of military" hardship have you "Well, sir," I continued, "only a lack of standards in the world, we Valuable Scott's Emulsion helps children
I never had to worry about where I got here? I asked him. "All this high-school editor could know the cannot but present the plain teach promote proper growth, strong bones,

was going to get another man place needs is a couple of Morris pain that is in my heart. Only he ings of our Lord and urge every sound teeth! Contains natural A and B.:

when there was a stovepipe to be I chairs and a sign reading, 'What is could sympathize with me. I have reader to follow the commandmentof Vitamins-elements all children need. So

cleaned or a street to be swept. NowI home without a mother?' gone back to my old job I had years God's Word. Mother-give Scott's daily the year

have to go and search around "Beginning to look nice, ain't it?" ago. I am again a true high-school There can be no question that ,divorce '. 'round.Buy at all druggists r.o

search, mind you-for someone he said. "Just a few minor improvements editor. I am editor of the Replace- is a major evil in our day.

who's, been a bad little boy. Never here and there. Know ment Center section of the Fort Statistics are positively shocking, i
had that trouble when you were where I can pick up a small upright Bragg Post." but they are cold and quickly for-

here." piano at a good price?" "Meeting such a dignitary is one gotten. But who can fail to see, and

"How's sergeant Ooton makingout I looked over the room again and of the greatest occasions of my life," who can forget, the awful woe
with his grocery budget?" ;I my eye fell on the resplendent forest the first sergeant said dryly.TO brought into American home life by I

asked. "Trying to feed you on I scene. "Where'd you get this ( BE CONTINUED) divorce.


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Gems of ThoughtThe

tallest and the smallest

among us are so alike diminu- l4TThib 1P

tive and pitifully base, it is a

meanness to calculate the dif- 1i't111t1 9 Save all old leather from high- For a different flavor, substitute

ference.-Thackeray. 1 i1it1 1 ll1u 1t1,1i top shoes for mending leather brown for white sugar in bread

Each morning sees some task begun, Released by Western Newspaper Union. gloves, mittens, overshoes. It is pudding.

Each evening sees it close; PNEUMONIA DEATHSJust Released by Western Newspaper Union. soft and pliable. *

Something attempted something *
Dates filled with cheese, nuts or
clone as we are congratulating our- *JUST* a year ago baseball fans : Do not allow cover crops in the peanut butter make a good sweetto
Has earned night's repose. were plagued by numerous
a I
I vegetable garden to attain too off lunch. Serve them
'-II. W. LONGFELLOW selves that physicians are not wor- I that they had seen their last World top with
ried much about their pneumoniacases much top growth before digging crackers.
That is the best, governmentwhich Series for the duration. The draft
I under then is ,
since the sulfa drugs ,have as decomposition
desires to make people status of big league ball players was
been shown to be so I often very slow. An old pair of irons
happy, and knows how to make I an unknown factor. Washington had curling
them happy.-T. B. Macaulay. 1" effective in curing I done Little to indicate an awareness makes an excellent gripper when .

man's life is ,.: pneumonia, thus saving of such an activity as baseball. Those extra unused paper doilies dyeing garments. They hold tight,
Every good a many lives, we will stay clean and wrinkleproofif and you can swish the material
The most strident of the
The pity of it is thatso calamity
sermon. learn from physicians rolled upland placed inside a about in the dye bath without its
howlers forecast and
choose unattractive i an early
many hospitals and mailing tube. Tie paper or cloth slipping off as sometimes happens
abrupt end to the game. Both
insurance companies over each end. when stick is
a used.
would fold before the season
? that pneumonia is leagues up -

I oJi again increasing.In got well under way. The public
$ wouldn't stand for healthy well-con-
the Statistical- ditioned men playing baseball while ON THErE like muffins?

Dest-Known For r.. Bulletin Life, Metropolitan Insurance other men risked their lives and HOME

42.' their futures in defense of their !
company,we read:

Externally Relieving Miseries of Dr. Barton "The rise in the : country. RUTH tYETH PEARS
Then too gloomier.individuals ?'fi yl
death rate in pneu- : many -
monia will be noted with surpriseby I believed that the caliber of play You'll

people who for ,the past would be lowered to such an extent TF YOU want to make a gift that
many I love these
BabftCoWsMothers few years have heard so much about that the cash customers would stay 1 really is different, try a door f,

the striking decline in the'death rate away in droves. ,DiMaggio, Feller, pocket planned for special needs. 'emping"Honey

following the use of sulfa drugs in Greenberg and other stars of the Notice the laundry bag flat againstthe

when aj" the treatment of the disease." The first magnitude had gone into serv- wall on a hanger with a pocketfor Ypll

young child catches death rate was lowered from about ice. Could baseball survive such a handkerchiefs and fine things.

'. J/t\ and cold-be relieve modern-distress 9 per cent'to 3 per cent because the shock? Also the shelf covers of bright oil- Muffins"!

without dosing, with- sulfa drugs were able to defend the False ArgumentThe
out upsetting the body against what is called the coc-
stomach. At bedtime cus form of pneumonia (small round latter argument was completely -

rub Vicks VapoRub on the throat, organisms seen under the micro- ; spurious. Baseball has man- OGIMG Muffin "
chest and back.11 is what most young aged to survive its natural losses. STITCHED t -Bran "Honey
,. I mothers do because VapoRub works scope). Didn't Babe Ruth 'mean as much to TO OILCLOTH tablespoons 1 cup KeUogl a
I : However, the type of pneumoniawhich SHELF COYER/ : r / -Fran
direct two ways at once-and keepson baseball as Joe DiMaggio? Didn't WHIST BROOM I shortening 1 cup floutlteaspoon
working for hours to bring reliefto is now causing so many casesis HAT BRUSH AND ,'a cup honey baitingpowder '
Lou Bob ,
the ( ) Gehrig mean as much as CLOTH 9 '
ease coughing-relieve muscular not coccus pneumococcus SHOE / legs .
I soreness or tightness-and invite rest- type but a virus type; that'is'a very Feller or Hank Greenberg? The A SMALL BOX 63" ''a'OM Jh cup butter- /a teaspoon sal*
ful,comforting sleep.Often by morn tiny organism which cannot be seen shock of their loss was cushioned PLEAT OF AT POCKETS 80T- k:1 milk s/,teaspoon soda

ing most of the misery of the cold is under the microscope. Despite their because it was ,inevitable, but the UMBRELLASTOCKINGS : "{ Blend shortening: and honey. Add Add
it : final results similar. Baseball l "s beat until creamY
I gone Try tonight. ability to defeat the pneumococcustype were ege and let soak
Bran; uSlft
When see how VapoRub would be in if its fate RUBBERS 'q milk and All
you relieves of the sulfa drugs a sorry state y moisture is taken up.
pneumonia of
distress of children's colds you BONE RINGS ingredients together; aduntilfirst
I should understand why it is the best- have no effect upon this type of SEWN TO EDGE drY mixture stirrins muf-
known home of its kind in the pneumonia. r FASTEN OVER disap F l in a
II remedy .:. HOOKS IN DOOR flour eaf 1l nd bake
world. It's just as A.point of interest is that a recent C. < ,. fin pans oven .<4000 F.), aboutmedianhot ,

I good for grown-ups, V"'US study of fatal cases of this type of cloth with prepared edging as a 25 minutes. '

I too. Time-tested pneumonia among policyholders finish. The dimensions in the

the Metropolitan Life Insurance sketch will give you ideas for remodeling Crisp! Delicious! Nutritious! Remember

company shows that a large propor-: your own closet. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN is a rich

Songs Canned tion of the deaths were among a natural storehouse of"protective"ele-

I Since 1928, the Archives of younger persons. Of the 150 deaths Tryq ments-protein,the B vitamins,phos-
NOTE: There is no further need to be
j''i American Folk Song in the Li- recorded in the company's experience Without enough closet space. Mrs. Spears phorus,calcium,iron.Make them with

brary of Congress have made and since last November, 36 per has prepared a sheet 17 by 22 inches ;r
I preserved recordings of more than cent were between the ages of. 15 containing step-by-step illustrations and ft ALLBRANIlluminated
old created and 44 as compared with'only directions for making the most unique and
25,000 songs by and years, efficient closet you ever saw. There area
characteristic of various cultural 18 per cent (of the total number) of dozen or more places in almost every Nest

groups of this country, among pneumonia deaths in a normal year.It house where this type of closet may be
The brilliant of the nest
in size and from twelve
built depth
them being cowboys "hillbillies has been known for some time any
inches or more. Send for Pattern No. of the baya bird of India at nightis
Creoles and that war conditions increase the
Indians Negroes.IRRITATIONS
256 to
throat due to the fact that it weaves
number and severity of nose,
fireflies into it.'GRANDMA.
and lung ailments; the influenza epidemic -
of 1918-19 is still.in our minds.
S KII I g OF :This means that during the coming Bedford Hills '10 New ItNEW

EXTERNAL CAUSE months of cold weather, the greatest Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No. 256.

', acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and possible health precautions shouldbe She used mutton ABOUT COLDS
ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve taken. JUDGE LANDIS Name ............................... suet she medicated [
miseries with simple home treatment. to relievecoldcoughing
,' Goes to work at once. Direct action aids "Those doing hard manual laboror Address ............................. muscle aches. Mothers
"' healing, works the antiseptic way. Use putting in long hours of overtime depended on the destinies of a few today simply rub on Penetro. Modern
:} Black and White Ointment only as directed. medication in base containing old reliable
,j .lOc,25c 50c sizes. 25 years success. should be encouraged to get as much widely publicized players. r mutton suet. Relieves such colds' dis-
Money-back guarantee. t3T Vital in rest as possible in their time. Every Even now there are quite a few tress.25c.Double supply35c.GetPenetro.Tropkal .
: cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
Black and White Skin Soap dally. effort must be made to main- baseball followers who moan sadlyof Saw Both Sides

\ ,tain good nutrition which is quite the coming year. Things look no

possible within the limits of ration- better to them than they did last Four years ago, the passengersIn

i Our Highest Falls ing." year. 'In truth, they look worse. an airliner, arriving at the New Tro ica'LLM011 '

',; Highest waterfall in America is The drafting of fathers has brought York Municipal airport, watched

II Yosemite falls in California. It Headache in MorningIs acute confusion to the faint of heart their landing in a television set ORANGE w

!' plunges 2,600 feet down a granite who already are worrying about the installed in the plane, thus enjoy- ALMOND ? ? .

cliff in three giant leaps. Spray Sinusitis SymptomWhen 1944 World Series. They might do ing the unique' experience of hav-

from this cascade freezes in win- well to save their tears for the minor ing both an outside and an inside

ter to form a white mountain of a definite case of sinus disease leagues-they'll probably need more view at the same time.

ice 500 feet the sympathy than the majors. ----- -- -
high at foot of the is present with pus formation,

i falls. there is no difficulty in recognizingit. Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis,

I baseball commissioner, and William

What about mild or early cases of Harridge'>and Ford Frick, presidentsof

inflammation of the sinus? the major circuits, are quite con-

SNAPPY FACTS In the Canadian Medical Associa- fident the league organizations will EDitiON

tion Journal, Dr. Keith Hutchison, function again next year. They New

ABOUT Montreal, states: know there will be new difficulties, SASKEr"

I '? "The symptoms of acute inflam- that it may be necessary to lower "SRfA//).

1 RUBBER mation of the sinussinusitisaredefinite I the player limit and that there will fAMOUSfLEISC\\MAt4H'S\ 1

and I always accept the be a vastly greater percentage of ( .

Jri midmorning headache as evidenceof manpower losses. ,0f RECIPES Rf'/ISEO

a true sinusitis, even though noth- And it isn't at all unlikely that, in

ing definite appears on the first ex- order to keep the main show alive,

amination." the minors will have to function on a
To maintain the nation's
;' motor essential This midmorning headache is important tighter basis than at any time .in

transportationsystem because there are so many their history. It used to be a source
the American rubber
kinds of headache that the physi- of strength of the minors that they
tire will be
industry called
cian is grateful for any and every were included in major chain store
upon to make 30 million syn- clue. systems. Now it becomes the source .1

thetic 1944. passenger Tho car tires rubber in "When an intelligent patient reports of their greatest danger. ::
synthetic that he felt well on arising and ;
program is being geared to PossibilitiesMajor
then about 10 o'clock in the morn- *
permit such an output without '
ing a severe frontal headache cameon FOR % .EfTO'lEItSrP
hindering the clubs will draw from their t
military needs .\.
which persisted till midafternoonthen
for rubber. farm clubs even if it should weaken uses
disappeared and the patient them completely. At its worst it fe ?-. M

More than 65 per cent of the war went to bed free of pain and discomfort could mean the suspension of the

materials reaching factories in Mich. only to go through the same International and Pacific Coast

Igan travel on rubber-tired trucks, symptoms the next day, a clear-cut leagues and the American associa- SuGA ssERt'I
and 67 per cent of the finished diagnosis of acute catarrhal sinusitis tion. At its best it's likely to mean I1 -!-!

: e products move out by truck. Proof may be made and treated according- that those leagues will be using men

that our national economy is closely ly." who definitely are not up to stand- N FRAGRANT HOT
bound with rubber. The treatment outlined by Dr. ard.
Hutchison is to the
put patient to
Baseball men have been slow in
bed, hot cloths on the face, ephed-
attempting to clarify their standing.But H
rine solution in the >H
nose, plenty of
there that they want
are signs .JIfFY'7Jve
fluids and a rigid rule of no smok- /NA .
action. There is said to be growing
ing. Two to four days' rest
generally ,
revolt against Judge Landis' order
effects a cure. that nobody connected with the ma- iJ. ,
Because the symptoms are not severe 6uas astet eSed
contact in official
I jors may anybody 5peirc/u!, recipes7isc"na
little head
"just a cold, many s ;
Washington about any matter con- co nn's..e
patients refuse to go to bed, with planed toplete sectionor roll s,
nected with baseball. bier brew
the result that the cold "hangs on"and 8o '", Echelp ,, sweet
; Ofed
instead of there Baseball has been the subject of make :: toeasier '
0o. being simply a c0."fains fon0micaIl recipes
unfair attacks in the past ade Tithe Yme
watery discharge from the nose, the many ?sI
: Pages cwarvefsl
discharge may become mucous and months. The other side of the story only fresh Fleis' .""s t ull Dbme elicioUsICentr. ng
should be told. Club owners, man- ns Yest .
formation yellow AIl
even pus occur. .\'it l
The with agers and other officials are too intelligent In. atr rJ 13th both abe/ Yi recipes
patient an early or light 1 Grand itm'ns east .
undue consid- COmp: A the
sinusitis should go to bed and follow expect any al ear T and 1>
the treatment described if he eration. They are looking for no Annex, Iio rvrite Standmdas wellNew
more than workers in any other in- 477 ds
wishes to prevent chronic catarrh or # York ,.
sinusitis. dustry. # Y. 'Y:


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come the greatest soldiers of the and to the entire countryside. It IS\\ Mail Christmas ping and mailing earlier than ever
The Clewiston age, famous statesmen from other not so much a war book as a -- before. Retail stores are short--
President, the high explanation of the mental' strains
continents, the
Continued handed.
( from Page 1) Purchasers avoid
stress of can shop-
and the legislators of his which develop under the
hed every Friday In Clewlston judges of day postal rush. This year, the ex- ping in crowded stores
Florid by the CLEWISTON NEWS, own country, and many men who I:war and the ,effect upon a group long waits
Tnc. like'himself, fought for the flag. At unusual and interesting peoplethesort tra employees will be largely women for service, and other inconveniencesof

his bier will gather the most re- one likes to. meet in everydaylife. and high school boys and girls who late shopping If they buy now.. .. i

KEATIILEV BOWDEN, Editor markable group that America has r are unable to work the long hours They will also doubtless have a better -. t
I seen. And the tomb which Fate usually required and whose work
second class mall matter I reserved for hini is, instead of the KATE FEXNIGATE will be relatively slow. choice of merchandise than will :f
Entered as
be available later.Postmaster .
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office Ir: narrow cell on the village hillside By Booth Tarkington To deliver the Christmas mails on
Florida, under the Act ol is the revala-
March 3, 1897.subscription one as lasting as that of Rameses KATE time, therefore, it is necessary that General Walker observed -
and as inspiring as Napoleon's.It I I tion, by means of fiction, of a wo- mailings be spread out over a longer that his warning is not an attempt -
is a great religious ceremony;, man's life, and-so far as any human period so that available transportation to tell the public what to do;
RAte $2.00 Per Year.Advertising this burial today. The exaltation of I creature's whole life can be equipment and postal person- it is only an advance notification of

Raton On Application. the nameless bones would not be I known-this woman's is bared to the nel can be used during more weeks.It what will happen if they mail late.

I possible except for Belief. Where reader. She is of a type inalienably will be utterly impossible to make, He feels that the public is entitledto

and wel- were Duty and Honor, the well-! American and she is distinctly of this the deliveries by Christmas if mail- the facts, and that when they

.Devoted of+ Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry County. I springs of Victory, if mankind feared i self-conscious, analytic, though violent ers wait until the last three weeks know them, they will decide to MAILIN

fare that death drew a black curtain I II century; but she is by no means before 'the holiday, as in normal] NOVEMBER.
I behind which lay nothing but the simple, nor are the implications of I _
dark? So all in whom the spark], of I her qualities unelaborate. She is years. j| Does your boy and girl in the

NATIONAL EDITORIAL |{I hope has not died can well believe neither easily loved nor easily There. .is another reason for shop-I I service get The c w.ston.News. ?

I that we to whom the Soldier is a known; nevertheless, she will be i nn nun _

SSOCIATION ( mystery are ,not a mystery to him. known' by the reader of this book- :

I I They can believe that the watchers who :will, incidentally, know all women -I--n .

at Arlington today are not merely a better. '

I few thousands of the living but the | This book is really the study of When get certificate
I countless battalions of the departed. the effect of women upon men. you your

UNKNOWN SOLDIERThe "Though he were dead, yet shall he What women-good women: bad women -I
live"-there is the promise to which and good-and-bad women-can.
late men hold when everything of this do. for men and to men is the un- RATION
Frank( M.following O'Brien: editorial appeared by first in the earth has slipped away. derlying theme, and it makes this I BOARD .

New York the Herald Pulitzer November prize for; 11 the, 1921 best, All the impressive ritual of today a novel to be viewed with alarm. #'1 '
and won
editorial of the year): J would be a mockery- we did not -' I e
That which takes place today at believe that, out in an infinity which No book can be so good as to be ,, .
the National cemetery in Arlingtonis astronomers cannot chart or mathematicians profitable when negligently. read. -

a symbol, a mystery and a tribute.It ;! bound, the Unknown Seneca. b'g"-
entombment only in the .i Soldier and l1the- glorious dead j jI j

physical is an sense. It is rather the whom we honor in his dust 'are look-I':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. I

enthronement of Duty and Honor. I I ing down upon this little spinning I

This man, who died for his countryis I, ball, conscious' of our reverence. And /JeSt

the symbol of these qualities; afar I when noon strikes signal for the moment With I ;

more, perfect symbol than any of silent prayer, few of those I \
man could be whose name and deedswe who stand with bared head will lack .m. .... _

know. He represents more conviction that the rites at Arlington Our I' ". X. '"' nH.Jf./V':: >
really than the unidentified dead, are viewed by other than mor- tr Boysin I }

for we cannot. separate them spirit- tal eyes. Only in that spirit may we JJ yI

ually from the war heroes whose honor the Unknown Soldier and !

names are written on their grave- those who, like him, died for this theService !

stones. He-this spirit whom we Republic. I II I

honor-stands for the unselfishnessof Unknown, but not unknowing! i ri rI -

all. I

This, of Jill monuments to the Book Reviews I,
dead, is lasting and immutable. So j '

long as men revere the finer things .---- I Ij

of life the tomb of the nameless hero New books in Clewiston Public Library -| j!

will shifts remain of' time a shrine.and mind Nor, ,can with there the King,-chairman reviewed: by :Mrs. W. Dean j j..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;......;..;..;......;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;....N; i I I II I II w YjL .zM1St r99k" 'rAt hy: .

be' a changing of values. No his-I DAYLIGHT ON SATURDAYBy I
virtuesor Congratulations and a welcomehome II I II II II II II II II II II
troian shall rise to modify the J. B. Priestley .I were extended Saturday to W. II

the faults of the Soldier. He has I L. Brantley, Jr., who arrived with,his I
might Here is a great novel of England i
an immunity for which kings wife from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, fora fk
in wartime. The story of. people ;
pray. The years may bring erosion short visit home. Staff Sergeant rf ic Ya ..
to the granite but not to the mem-I who work in a huge camouflaged I (
has the
'aircraft factory "somewhere in England" Brantley just completed
ory of the Unknown. (' Field Artillery Officer Candidate t'\o % ir %ha rIJrx
people swallowed at day-
; up
weakness of hu-
It is a common I
( break and forth at dusk course of the Field Artillery Schoolat
that can !! poured every)
to ask the questions
manity Fort Sill has been ''commis- {
and f .
never be answered' in this life. Prob-1 day;, six days a ,week. sioned y :: j .taw
a second lieutenant. He
ably none to whom the drama of the i i ,This new..... Priestley novel is the I -5
tremendously had only a few days at home, leav-
passionate, colorful and -
Soldier has appealed
Unknown ing Wednesday midnight to returnto
in the sunshineof interesting story of England's I l, 1/
not wondered ,
Fort Sill been
where he has as-
the protagonist of today's little people upon whom this war Y 1/
earth, was r
signed to the Officers Communications -

ceremony. A logger' from the rises depends and so falls heavily with, the whose war morale news), Course at the Field Artillery
An orchardist from

Pacific Penobscot coast? A well-driller from blaring from the loudspeakers, whop i School. C ::4 : I'I'Vt
: :
Texas? 'A machinist from Connec- pour out of the factory at dusk: on From North Africa comes word :
ticut? A lad who left his hoe to rust the sixth day with the one thought Charles"L. I
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shoreman here due to his fast running the
haps some youth from the tobacco appear to one another, and' as they, baseball diamond,. has been I ; t'Q
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him is that he died in battle. All its hopes and fear } 2. -
"Red" Stephens has been trans
that the heart tells is that some wo- '
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man he has been stationed at the Army I
man shall learn. Iii this mystery, as Phyllis Bottome i Air Chanute
Base to Field, Illinois.
in the riddle of the universe, _the This story deals with an Austrain Red is being given_ training which \ ir Ar. m'mnV
wise wonder; but they would not -doctor of Jewish descent who escapesto m
will qualify him as a Link Instructor. : ,
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I Kie Hathcock, who has been promoted
bitions? Likely he shared those lives of three women and with their I I -
to Corporal, has been trans-] THETiC RU [ ER
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ferred from Camp Hood, Texas, to
peace and honest struggle td with such ing the terrible days of the German Camp Atterbury, Indiana, where he \ I
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Mrs. R. C. Nowling and daughter, ing through the week. This is | According to a recent survey conducted WANTED
I Martha Jean, who spent last week "Training Union Training Week." i nationwide by the Nationalj I = 2wheettrailer ::
'in Fort Myers, are now in Tampa There will be five classes and four ,' Opinion Research Center, with with
r L Personals I I with relatives. Mrs. Nowling's brother nights, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday I ity of Denver, seven people UniVerS// or

Lt. O. L. O'Steen, U.S.N.R., of and Friday nights. .I ten think the present war will not out tires. See Dean King:
I Washington, D. C., accompaniedthem. We have secured competent lead- be the last international conflict. '!
ership for these five clsascs. The at B & B. 2tc..
books and teachers are as follows:
1 1t"
r Mrs. E. W. Durst is spending thisI' '
Richard M. Patterson, of Greeley'1 For Juniors-"Th'e Junior and His 'Apt. For Rent
Miami. fireplace
week with relatives in ;
I Colorado, arrived Tuesday to spend Church," taught by Miss Doris, .,
I' Mrs. J. S. Parsons---- spent Tuesdayin his furlough with his parents, Mr.:j Hodges, associate director of the!t t" one side of duplex near EXPERIENCED
daughter, and Mrs. R. Y. Ptateison. Dick is, Training Union. I Ii I
LaBelle visiting her '
Mrs. LeRoy Dana. !, in the Army and is taking training|I For Intermediates, The Meaningof I sugar I office building. 5- DRESSMAKING
I at the Colorado State College :)f Church Membership," taught by :
and Education. I Mr Don Weeks, Belle Glade, and director room, house near Hook-, LIMITED AMOUNT OF ""ORTAIrnx !\: '
E. Conkling N
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ii
Mrs. H. R. Hall spent Saturday i of Training Union work in !ler's Point. See Mrs. I. ,
PTA MEETS TUESDAY NIGHT the Palm-Lake Association. I Call Mondays Thru Fridays Only
Beach. i
afternoon in West Palm i .- I II For Young People "Winning ,B. 'Sigler, Hooker's Point.!; PHONE 28

Miami I The Parent Teacher Associationwill Others to Christ," taught by Rev. H. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Ned R. Hager of l
were week end guests of l\'Ii' and hold its regular meeting Tues-:[1 I I C. Meador, local pastor. 1 tc,1}
i day evening at 8: 15 in the school For Adults-"Building A Christ- Ii
, :Mrs. I. S. Bell 'I
1 _, J'[[auditoiium. This is the regular: ian Home," taught by Rev. J. E.
I November meeting.-Mrs. F. E. Dillard, Jr., pastor First Baptist j. rvi. COUSE
Mr. and 111'5James Rider and ,son, i FOR SALE : Motor bike I
Jimmy, spent -the week end in La- Colliding, president.GARDEN |I I Church, Belle Glade. Counselor and Attorney at faw
f Belle with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.I For Junior and Intermediate Lead- j excellentcondition -: Hopkins
CLUB NEXT WEEK I ers-"The Junior Intermediate Leaders Building
Jack Ridgdill.
I f ----. I Manual," taught by' Mrs. J. A. I Briggs-Stratton I motor.Thompson \\'f"1)IIf'MIRP' and Saturclajs

(f Dr. and 'Irs.. B. A. Bourne andMiss ,' The Garden Club has moved its I Maples, South Bay. Motor 0:30 to 4:00
, Parmelia and Edward Bourne, November meeting forward one weekand Don't miss this great opportunity! i I Parts,
i were visitors in West Palm Beach will meet next Thursday after- These classes are open to every one phone 3. 1 Itc.
Saturday. noon, November:! 18th, in the Com and it is hoped that many will avail -
____ munity Center, at 3 o'clock. Mrs. themselves of this rare opportunityIf f -
r I: Dr. J. W. Ezelle is spending a few W. L. Lott, president, asks members ( it is cold the church will be Johnson's Fish Camp
I in date. We 1 15 cents each for
days this week attending the annual to remember the change heated.) pay
l meeting, of the 'Florida Dentist's This was done so' the meeting would The Palm-Lake Baptist Association fish. Write Floi' (Near Hurricane Gate) :.
not fall, on Thanksgiving. gar Clewiston, Fla.
Association. [ will hold their annual meetingat i
I Boats and Motors-Guide Service ;
r :
the First Baptist Church, Pahokee ida Biological Supply
I Mrs. Lawrence H. Hardy and baby BRIDGE CLUB HAS LUNCHEON I Thursday, Nov. 18.. Sessions "in 'VoI I Rates Reasonable i
W. H. Johnson '
t, son of Savannah, Ga., spent a ,fewr men's Work will begin at 9:00 a. Company, Sarasota," Fla. t' Mgr. J
r- days here this week with her sister, I Mrs. H. R; Hall was hostess' at abridge I m. The regular association will be-
f Mrs. E. J. Casper 'and family.Mr. j luncheon at her home Wed- gin at 11:00: a. m. This will be alone I' for particulars. .I!
Inesday afternoon, her guests beingj l I day'meeting. Inspirational mes-
and Mis. W. L. Wethington members of the Wednesday afternoon sages will be heard by local and I I SEWING MACHINE SERVICE

I I and Mrs. Mary Small were business i bridge club. state workers. This is an importantday !For Firewood 1 18 in. and!
Parts for All :Makes
t visitors in West Palm Beach Sat- I Lunch was served at one o'clock, in our associational'wOl'k.
I urday. \ and the bridge games followed. The Plan to spend the day. Let Clewis- ::4 ft. lengths, contact the Buttonhole AttachmentsUsed :
table decorations tallies etc. carried
be well represented. I Machines
Mrs. Charles Bolton, ,Mrs. Joe Hall, out a Thanksgiving theme. "Faith begins with confidence, j Ilaund y. Phone 36.
Mrs. Howard Leonard and Mrs. R. i First prize, a hand painted plate,i leads to committal, ends with ...com. v Box 11 Belle Glade ;
I O. 22-4t. I l lI
R. Hooks were inVest Palm Beach went to Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, and munion."
Saturday afternoon. cut prize, a set of bath salts, to Mrs. 1 I I .
-. { J. 'V. Ezelle. Playing were Mrs. I
Mrs 0. F. Schiffli is arriving today -j Dave Alston, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. I
from West-Palm Beach where Keathley Bowden, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,II I

she has been for a few days, and l Mis.. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. H. R. Hall,
will visit Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg. i I Mrs G. B. Thomas and Mrs. R.' C.
!!Wilson. ,

Mrs. C., N Thaggard and children,
Norma, Jean and Raymond, spent I MRS. HIMROD ELECTED LEADER

Saturday and Sunday here with the I OF BAPTIST SOCIETYMrs. 'OUI" .
former's brother, B. L. Thompsonand :/ ,
Jack Himrod was elected
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family. !! president of the Baptist 'Woman's

'! Missionary Society at the regular 'L'
1Irs.George E. Crow and daughter -
Billie Sue, left Wednesday to,;i afternoon meeting, which was held Tuesday I II I cLORIDA : .9',
: join Mr. Crow in Jefferson City, I at the church. I ,
Missouri. Mr..Crow went up a few ; Other officers elected were 1st _
weeks ;' vic -president, Mrs. E. M. Cornette,I ,
;>, 2nd vice-president, Mrs. \V.,..f\.. ; Ie $ I .f
< \ ,
X >*,, \ 1\lont.1 : t? 'r 'J t, :
j |B ---'' *- "me-ry: 3rd vice-president, I ,,..: .4
Mr. and Mi' 'F. DeLozier "
s. W. of
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L. M. Meador, secretary, Mrs. M.: A. ; : tr -- .
Connellsville Pennsylvania,. arrived :
f 1
Thomas, treasurer, Mrs. W. W.'Perry. .
: Friday for a visit with Mrs. De-
i Lozier's parents, Mr., and Mrs. I. D.i Circle Chairmen named were Mrs. I;: .; .'t-
Ben Bolton and Mrs. Leon :Bembiy.Tuesday's ,
: Leydig. I' > .
i meeting was the regular -' ; '

t Mrs., E.: M. --Blake- is expected toy I ,meeting monthly, and following business and the program transac,I r : ': ''

arrive today from Asheville, North f'
tion of business an interesting pio- f : iii
r Carolina, to spend several monthsjwith j:I gram was given by the Lottie Moon i !
her daughter, Mrs. N. V. S'I l, Circle. Those who took part in the I
r :Mumford and family. i I Mrs T.
I program were W. Wheeless, : .
'j Mrs.. E. F. Phillipe, Mis. E. M, _Cor-,
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens is in Tampa I.nette, Mrs. Joe Elder and },Irs: Fred i I
this week attending a Fashion Show.
F' Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson have 1 I 1I
f F' returned from a visit with relatives COMMUNITY CHURCH
f r::' in :Marietta, Ga., and in Nashville.I I
f Tennessee. I j I! David C. Hancock, Pastor
,' 1
I SUNDAY, NOV. 14, 1943 ,
Mrs. P. P. Wainwright and daughter -I Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr.'
; Mitchell arrived Saturday from C. E. Gericke, superintendent.'
Washington, D. C., to spend the Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m..
winter here. Her sister; Mrs. A. L. I Communion Sunday. Reception of'

Moorman, her father,. W. F. Nall, members. Sacrament of the Lord's'
Mrs. W. C. Nail and Miss Frances Supper. I I

Beach Morgan met her in West Palm!I Sermon, : "An. Aid to Discipleship.":


Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor are en-'II 'O Meador, Pastor"Sunday '
joying a visit from their two I
sons -- .
I '. .
both of whom are in service. George I I School!9:45 a. m. ....

Bestor, who is in the Signal Corps Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. 1 I.I. :A strange place it would be-this State : That isn't the whole story, however.;.
and is stationed at Camp Sibert, Ala-
Training Union
p. m.
of ours-if mile lifeless ribbons of -
j our splendid 29,745 network Transforming: these
bama, is arriving today and Major Evening Worship-7:30 p. m.
Richard Bestor, of the Field Artill-I Another week of opportunity is II of improved highways suddenly concrete and macadam into live, active

ery will arrive tomorrow from Fort I I coining to our people beginning I II ceased to exist. arteries of public transportation has

Leavenworth, Kansas. I Monday night at 7:30 and continu- been the accomplishment of the Florida

f I A great many communities would be
I Railroad Commission. They've labored
-- ""' :- II isolated. Others would find it infinite-
I -I hard and long to give our State a transportation -
ly more difficult to carry on even the system that compares favorably -

'. most ordinary daily activities-with no with any other in the country. '

FOR YOUR 1943 trucks on the move, no cars or buses

"'taking workers to war plants and farms, All of us who live and work and pay

I soldiers to camp and home on furlough, taxes in Florida can take pride in our

I business travelers to nearby communishare in this highway system.

ties, children to school.

HUNTING LICENSES As fellow citizens, the Florida Motor

We Floridians are apt to take for grantLines have made a very large contribution

ed the convenience of our excellent in the form of license, fuel and

, roads but these highways didn't just operating taxes-but we feel that our

grow. Building and maintaining them greatest service is in putting the highways

I SEE is a tremendous job and for achieving to work for the benefit of all who

this successfully we ,can thank past and must travel, making near neighbors and

.. II present administrations and particularly I good neighbors of all the communities',
-.., ",' '" the Florida State Road Department. we serve throughout the State.
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U Battle Tides to Influence UNO0R The the., Social world pleasures oF i,

neither Here nor

1944 Political CampaignClose X' W EA OAI there, to me-

I like to sit alone set

Notes of anInnocent
Washington, D. C. night ,

Belief Bystander: MAGNETIC TORPEDO: And sock sovl
Observers Change Minds, Express The Magic Lanterns: Mary Mar- Here is one reason why we needed my ir\

President Will Not Be Candidate if tin, already topping the newest stage the Azores so badly as an antisubmarine -, poetry.

hit, "Venus," presides over a daffy base. The U-boats not only 1t1'cANet .i-r1; l lQO

War Ends by, Spring. dilly on the screen called "True to have new devices but also a new

Life" "Phantom of the Opera" strategy and may converge around 0 .

gives you more opera than phantomthis the bottleneck to the Mediterranean

time, with Nelson Eddy, Susanna between the ,Azores and Gibraltar.

By' BAUKHAGENews Foster and Jane Farrar pouring DEVICES:

Analyst and Commentator. it on vocally. Claude Rains is the
head skulker, but his chills run sec- Nazi torpedoes are superior WNU Features.

WNU Service, Union Trust Building, "out of the White House" at his own ond to the trills "Behind the to the former type which exploded

Washington, D. C. behest, before the ides of Novem- Rising Sun" is grim stuff about the only on contact. New torpedoes are

which ber, '44.This war against the Japs. Its barbari- exploded (1) on contact; (2) by !
As the political campaign, !
begins situation, if it does arise, imposes ties were authenticated by Corre- magnetic attraction on coming closeto CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
will be over in a short year, the
steel hull
for the ; (3) by the vibra-
it is interestingto an interesting problem spondent James Young, who lived
to increase in tempo, tion of the
engines of the
noticeable shock recorded Democrats. It is pretty generally among the beheaders for years. ship un-
note that der
at recent White agreed that the conservative elementin Margo and Don Douglas are the pair attack. This makes it possible
by the reporters a for the
House and radio conference the Democratic party has been who stir up the Japs' furies. submarine to succeed in its
press gaining in in the last months mission much more frequently than LAMP
power STOVE
tossed off that PARTS
when the President before. A ,
torpedo much less
phrase "when I am out of the when the President bestowed posi- The Dials: The AFL urged NBCto to miss since likely
tions of the missing actual con
White House." key importance on right muzzle Kaltenborn because of his tact with
of the while New the target does not now
wing party many
severe jabs at labor unions. The
Taken in the context, it was im- Dealers faded into the background.When mean, as previously, that it misses-
mediately clear that the Presidentdid network, however, permits him to the target. -Jskaar-'V?.
Vice President
continue expressing his opinions
the time element in
not delimit whom it was taken for granted wouldbe STRATEGY: AND SUPPLIESARE
freely if
they irkxyou
even or
this statement and there was no real me
the President's choice as a suc- Convoys have, AVAILABLE TO
the startled The best. answer to any oral now discovered that
justification scribbling pause and cessor, was dropped and his activi- attack, as the AFL probably will Nazi subs are hunting in packs of COLEMAN DEALERSSee

when pencils stopped ties placed in the more conservative is not suppression but facts. sufficient number to employ the
heads and eyebrows went up at the agree, them for Parts and Supplies
hands of Messrs., Hull Crowley et same sort' of
remark. Mr. Rooseveltwas When civil liberties go down the naval strategy which Service on Coleman Products.
presidential out in connec- al., it was plain that the original drain so will labor's We thawt large units of naval vessels are ableto Mail us a postcard today for
merely pointing ,
with the rubber situation : New Dealers were being relegatedto only columnists took bows for use. A group of submarines will Free Booklet-"HOW TO
tion postwar
that he believed that any pro- the rear of the hall. scoops. But every hour, via its radio surface on one side of the convoy, ...KEEP 'EM WORKING".

posed tariff to protect the synthetic GOP AttitudeAnd offerings, the'N.. Y. Times announcedits and thus decoy the escort vessels in COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO.

rubber after the war shouldbe beat in reporting that Italy would that direction. Meantime, another
plants while the burning; highlightsof 401 North Broad Street
vetoed, and he implied that any the administration portrait are be- declare war on Germany Fred group of submarines on the other PHILADELPHIA 8, PENNA.

President who vetoed such a, meas- ing toned down to 'more sober hues, Waring likes to hurl numbers aroundon side within of the convoy will approach
stir lot of oppositionfrom his show-how many performers easy firing range and discharge -
ure might up a the Republicans seem to be outdoing
the synthetic rubber manufac- themselves in an cfTort,to show that etc. He announced 176 piano their torpedoes. From an old French word "mes"derived

turers. they can make use of the bright keys for a selection. How many pic- Observers believe, however, that from the Latin word "mis
colo holes? Jack Benny'snew the main artery of commerce from sus"
But we have become so accus- lexicon of youth as a reference work meaning a course at a meal,
tomed'to the idea that Mr. Roosevelt i and select from it promising shibboleths corps of writers caught his style the United States to the European comes the Army's name "mess"for

himself thinks only in terms of his : who speak of action rather admirably on Jack's first out and theater of war-the North Atlantic its breakfast, dinner and sup-

own ,regime without, time or, other ,than reaction.Of added a little more lunacy The run-is still so well guarded that per. Favorite meal with the soldieris

limitations, that an expression which course, Mr. Willkie does not other night a band came on the air the submarine menace is licked so chicken dinner-his favorite

seemed to indicate the opposite nat- speak for the Republican party but unaccompanied by that claquey far as that run is concerned. It is cigarette, Camel. (Based on actual

urally caused a stir. he has a following which his sup- hand-clapping and synthetic cheer- feared, "however, that the Nazis will sales records from service men's

However porters hope will be reinforced by ing. Or could I have just dreamed now strike at another vulnerable own stores.) A carton 'of Camels,
it is possiblethat
entirely disgruntled former New Dealers as that? point, namely, the Straits of Gi' by the way, is a gift that's always
Mr. Roosevelt will not be a can-
braltar. Since these straits must be welcome. And though there are
those well as others whose leanings, although
didate in 1944. There
who making rash are prophecieswho even they have never been such I Memos of Midnighter: MGM has passed by all Allied merchant, ship- Post Office restrictions on pack-
enjoy junked Were ping supplying the Mediterranean ages to overseas Army men,
saying he has madeup that they could wholeheartedly sup. "They Expendable, a you
his,are mind already not to run at all under port a Democratic regime, are still : bestseller! Jockey Nick Wall theater of war, including North Africa can still send Camels to soldiersin

circumstances. This type of far enough left to demand the most and his wife have reconciled after -along Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Italy the, U. S., and to men in the

any progressive candidate offered under sep -.' Insiders think that if and the Adriatic-not to mention all Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard
prediction accepted -
any other respectable banner. Durocher is dropped as Dodgers' pi- the shipping now passing throughthe wherever they are.-Adv.,
as being in that class of guesses
which have about a 40-60 chance of Meanwhile, of course, the President lot-his successor may be, the gent Mediterranean bound for the
must, according to the inviolable who once said: "Is Brooklyn still in Straits of Suez and India-this area
being right. the 'National Bill is due for a concentrated submarine GETAFTER
principles of politics, show no League? Terry, RHEUMATIC PAIN
who do not
-But closer observers "Lassie the of the attack.
signs of intending to withdraw, sinceit dog, star ( .
choose to'guess the President's inner is written that you can't control film by that name at the Music Hall), :" With a Medicine that will Prays Itself

thoughts but are thoroughly familiar your party'unless there is a fair is a him-real name is Pal. The'owner A VISIT WITH STALIN If you suffer from rheumatic painor
with his manner of thinking, deduce, muscular aches,buy C-2223 today
sold him for After Secretary Hull
$10 might have
chance that you are going to con- got for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1.
believe is ,
from what
they past ex-
tinue to be its active head. seeing the preview in H'wood he some interesting pointers for his Caution: Use only as directed. First
perience, that .he will not be a 'can Our political campaign of 1944 is came out muttering: "I've thrown Moscow trip from Cuban Ambassador bottle purchase price refunded by

didate if the war is over by next bound to be affected by ,the tide of away fortune!" r-. Garbo has Concheso, only Latin American druggist if not satisfied. Get C-2223.

spring. This is contrary to earlier battle abroad. given in to Ernest Pascal's pleadingto diplomat who has met Stalin.
that his desire to be
prognostications .
go to London and star in Shaw's Brilliant
President when the blue-prints for Concheso is both 'Bananas 3,000 Years Ago

the postwar world are being drawn General Arnold ExplainsOn "St. Joan. Cuban ambassador to the U.S.A. and Bananas, one of.the world's old-

would incline him toward runningfor a mild day, with the Virginia Cuban minister to Soviet Russia. est cultivated crops, were men-

a fourth term. The explanationis countryside warm in the glow of From the Irish Echo: "PremierDe Recently he came back from a visitto tioned in Chinese writings of more

that he will not run unless he has autumn, and the Potomac sparklingin Valera of Eire! succeeded, after the Soviet capital during whichhe than 3,000 years ago.PoIiUJon. .

more than an even chance of win- the sunlight, some 50 newsmen- considerable time end effort, in mak- presented his credentials to For-

ning. correspondents, columnists, radic ing Hitler pay for the restoration ofa eign Minister Molotoff, and expressed -

commentators-climbed up the wide synagogue in Dublin which had the polite hope that he might e e
End of Conflict stone steps of the river entrance to been destroyed by Nazi airmen when also call upon Stalin. Knowing that e I

Although none of the army or navy the famous Pentagon building. they bombed the city a couple of Stalin was one of the busiest men in

officers of the top command will allow General Arnold, chief of America's years ago. Mr. De Valera acted in the world, however, Concheso did ,

themselves to be quoted as saying army air forces, took his seat and fulfillment of a, promise to the Jewsof not press the point and actually did

the war will end early in 1944, began to talk. The gist of his words Eire that their lives and property not expect to see him. *rely on Crore's Cold Tabletsfor

a number of bolder and less con- you have read. What he felt can would be protected by the govern- So he almost fell out of his ballet tain prompt eight active,decisive ingredients.relief.They They're con

strained military folk are willing to only be guessed but he was faced ment against the acts of any enemyof seat one night ,when someone tapped like a doctor's prescription-that la.

say this is possible.It with the proposition of "explainingthe the country." him on the shoulder and told him a these multiple usual cold medicine.symptoms Work at on same elf

is interesting to consider that a obvious" and he seemed just a that Stalin would see him in 20 min- time headache-body aches-

year ago this summer, when many little weary at the prospect. Arnoldis Quotation Marksmanship: A. Mur- utes. How Stalin knew the Cuban fever up with-nasal this stuffiness.distress? Take Why just Grove's put

believed that invasion of northern a pleasant but blunt-spoken fight- diplomat was enjoying the famous Cold Tablets exactly as directed.Rest
ray: She's the only one I know who -avoid Your druggist has
Europe by the Allies would be un- ing man with wings and service rib- always seems to rhumba into a room Moscow Ballet, Concheso did not Grovs's exposure.Cold Tablets-for fifty years
dertaken by the spring of 1943, few bons won in service.A know. known to millions as famous"BromoQuinine"
Mere: Beauty is the first pres- Cold Tablets.
people were predicting, even under few days before, he happened to However, he was told that a motor -
ent nature gives to woman and the Save Money-Get Large Economy Sis
such circumstances, an end of the listen to a commentator who was takes would call for him at the theaterin
first it away Denham:
war early in 1944. Take for instancea computing in dollars'and lives and Ambition is like love-impatient bothof 15 minutes, and he should be "
typical comment in material the cost of the Concheso consulted British -
a leading peri- bombingraid ready. a
delays and rivals Moore:
odical ( ) written little of the diplomat also at the ballet
Harper's very great ball-bearing fac- Playful blushes that seem but luminous present ,
over a year ago in which it was said tory in Schweinfurt, Germany. who told him that the man who had
escapes of thought E. Cu-
that Germany must complete the The general was exceedingly tapped him on the shoulder was the
neo: Hitler's OneWorldUnanimosity -
conquest of key positions in Russia,., irked. What the commentator did Russian chief of protocol., so he had
H. Klurfeld: Duce
must control the not realize gave better be Firing at the'Sun
halter AngloAmerican perhaps was the numberof ready.
Italy roads but the Allies
are givingit
onslaught from the air, and endless explanations of "the ob- It was May, but zero weather in A bullet fired from a gun and
hot and cold Nazis
running .
must hold northern Africa for a vious" which General Arnold has Moscow. However, Ambassador keeping its peak muzzle velocity
E.' Gilligan: The village went to
sortie in the Middle East. When we had to make since we entered the Concheso did not find it cold in the would require seven years to
sleep-window by window H.
consider what has happened since, war. And if Germany does crumble Broun: She balanced her dignity on Kremlin. (Churchill wore a zipper- reach the sun.

we can see the progress which has because her war effort is smashed, suit when he called on Stalin, and
the tip of her nose Confucius:
been made. Far from any action in it will be Arnold's explanations as Mrs. Hull has been worrying on be- WNU-7 44-43
If lose
temper you've
you your ,
which the word "conquest" could be well as the bombs themselves that half of her husband about the cold
the argument Anon's definitionof
used, the Wehrmacht in Russia has ought to get the credit.If intoxicated To feel in the Kremlin.) Only two officers
been ,driven beyond its last Russian he had not been able to "ex- : guarded Stalin., One officer met the
not be able to it.
defense lines in many places. The plain" that American bombers could pronounce Cuban at the entrance of the build- ..Yo

dream of an African empire has be- fly in sufficient numbers into the ing and escorted him to Stalin's "of-

come the reality of bitter defeat and heart of Germany in the light of day Private White House polls show fice. There he was met by another

despite desperate defense measures, and hit a target with the precisionto Wallace has twice the support for officer who took him the rest of the For You To Feel Well

the most powerful air blows are be- destroy it, we would never havea the vice presidency as the combinedvote way. There was no pomp or cere- 24 hours every day 7 days every
the filter
ing struck against the Reich. chance prove it could be done. of all his opponents, includingJ. mony. waste week, never matter stopping from the, blood.kidneys

Situation There were few in high places either Byrnes, P. McNutt, Mr. Justice GENIAL JOSEPH If more people were aware of how the
Japanese constantly remove stirplus
here or in Britain who believed Douglas and J. Winant A'Capitol Stalin himself was not fierce, but kidneys fluid must excess acids and other waste

Within the year, Japan's power such an absurd, untried thing was correspondent is in a jam with kindly and genial., His eyes, accord- matter without that injury cannot to health stay in there the wouldbe blood

has begun to crumble at a rate and practical. But he had his chance colleagues for supposedly making remarks ing to Ambassador Concheso, are better understanding of why the

in a manner which makes it plain and proved his thesis. Then, when to their wives The Stork deep and penetrating, but with wrin- whole system is upset when kidneys fail
function properly.
that she will not have to be beaten the experts were convinced, when Club has gone high-toned. Last nightits kles of humor in the corners. to Burning,scanty or too frequent urina-
back island by island and he guests included America's famous tion sometimes warns that something
every Japon was beginning to swing into action The Soviet premier seemed sur- la wrong. You may suffer nagging back-
foreign soil killed. The Mikado's the public began to exclaim at poet, Joseph Auslander, and prisingly well-posted on Cuban prob- ache, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic

"unconquerables" have become exceedingly the cost of his raids. That must Assistant Secretary of State Adolf lems,. knew something about its labor pains Why, getting not try up Doan'at nights* PiXsl, swelling.You will

adept at getting away have been hard to take. A. Berle Jr., and his wife In laws and its economic ques- be using a medicine recommended the

from points once expected to be last And so he sat for. an hour reelingoff the film, "Spitfire," the late Leslie tions. However, he was not familiar tion country of the over.kidneys Doan'stimulate and help the them tuna to

stands, with remarkable alacrityand figures, recounting details which' Howard (who perished in a plane) with Cuban U. S. relations and flush out poisonous waste from the

apparent satisfaction in their will never be printed until peace says: "What's the use of inventing seemed to think that Cuba was still Get blood.Doan'i They today.contain Use nothing with confidence.At harmful..

own retreatability. comes and, most effective of all for planes? ,They only kill people! politically dependent on the U.S.A. all drug stores.DOANS.

Therefore, it is not at all impos- the layman, showing the greatly L.H.R. of the Times records The ambassador explained that the

sible that the President, if he intends enlarged photographs of the destruc- this nifty: "Washington is a place Platt amendment had been abrogated PILLS

voluntarily to retire with the end of tion these great daylight precision where everyone is welcome but no and Cuba now enjoyed complete

the fighting, means that he will be raids accomplished. one is misst- ." .. 1 freedom

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2. Is one'sblood
usually classifies his parents pressure higher
among the simpler things of life. when awake than when asleep? 2. Yes about 20 points higher. '
3. The flag of Denmark.
3. 'Which is the oldest national
4. The blow of a whale's tail,
flag in the world?
Might Get Bit which can damage a large boat.
4. What is the most severe blow
5. Texas embraces than
/ didn't that baby more
you say
that can be struck by animal?
an cent of the total of the
had your eyes and daddy's nose? per area
"Yes, darling." 5. Approximately what part of United States.

"Well you'd better watch him, he's the total area of the United States 6. Atlantic, 41,321,000; Pacific,

got grandpa's teeth 11OW." does Texas embrace? 68,634,000 square miles.Quintuplets.


Whale 45 Minutes Can Hold; Blows Breath Air Use

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Although whales usually spend Muslerole For

less than five or six minutes underwater

in a single dive, there are

records of, them being out of Chest Colds iTo i

sight for 35 to 45 minutes. Yet

the whale has no ,gills and must Promptly Relieve Coughingand

take its oxygen: from the air and Make Breathing Easier
hold it in its lungs. Under water,
its nostrils close and keep water Whenever the Dionne Quintuplets catch
chests,throats and backs are
from entering its lungs. immediately rubbed with Musterolea -

When the whale surfaces it product made especially to promptly
relieve coughing, sore throat and
blows out the air, which is moist aching chest muscles due to cods.

and gives the of a Musterole actually helps break local
appearance -'- "----------"--" ----'--------------- up
spout of water. Actually, no wa- 0 pia t estion in the upper bronchial tract
Crackers and Chowder Harmonize! Q : r.._ and throat.
ter comes from the heads of these I I Musterole givessuch wonderful
(See Recipes Below) results
monsters. because it's what so many Doctors and
= ;
;)y' ;. J Nurses call
-3;3prri a modern counter irritant.
Whales weigh from 15 to 110
Soup Satisfies! Since: it's used on the famous "Quints"you
tons, but they are strong swim- can be sure it's just about the
mers, bending, their bodies as do Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu .,r eoiij BEST cold-relief you can buy!
fish.. The whale has the largest There's not one dish in any cook- IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild,
ing repertory that can even come Fish Chowder With Crackers Musterole for children and people with
head of animal that ever
any close to fill the tender skin; Regular for ordinary cases
lived. 'f Tossed Green Salad and Extra Strong,for stubborn cases.
place of soup. It Biscuits Jelly :CtsL;*, iii ?01Jrs
can be the appe- Beverage

ritetickler to Lemon Pie Vanilla From Mexico

Just 2 drops Penetro start the meal, Mexico is now supplying the

.Nose nostril Drops help in each you a, or a light, inspired Recipe Given vanilla which we used to import

breathe freer almost concoction from 'Madagascar.
)JIu PS instantly so your to do for luncheon -
head cold,gets air. butter or margarine, salt and pep No. 7488
Only 25c-2% times as or a steam-

Use much only for 50c.as Caution directed.: ing hot, sturdy soup to be the meat, per.Here is another savory soup which YOUR home should definitely ex- FOR
Penetro Nose Drops the vegetable and the main dish fora MINOR XMoRovNEI
And there's lovelier
will make a perfect main dish for press you! no fluaN
the wind
cool night's dinner while
the meal: way of showing your sense of L\ PETROLEUM JELLY
blows hard outside.If Scotch Broth. beauty than by making this. lacy

Butter to Him any crisis arises as far as your (Serves 16) crocheted spread. The pineapple

Five-year-old Joe, returning own point ration allowance, then % cup dried barley design, gracefully arranged in Powerful MushroomThe

from a visit to his Aunt, said, start exploring the fascinating pos- squares, lends itself equally wellto average sized mushroomhas
"Mother Auntie sibilities of a few meaty bones, cel- % cup: green, split peas 4 cloth smaller
churns her 'ap or accessory. the power to lift 27 pounds.
ples." ery leaves, pungent onion, and a Vt' pound lamb shank .

"Why do you think so, Joe?" spray' of parsley, chives, marjoram! 1 tablespoon salt .,, ,
Pattern 7488 contains instructions for
"Well,.-Auntie said, 'Joe do you ,or chevril. Fat cozy tureens of 3 quarts water square: illustrations of stitches: materials DON'T LET
want some apple butter on your soup will ward off any hunger now 2 leeks or onions, chopped needed.

bread?" as they have always done when food 2 carrots, diced small Due to an unusually large demand and CONSTIPATIONSLOW

supplies are slender.Here's 1 turnip, diced small current war conditions, slightly more timeis
required in filling orders for a few of YOU UP
fish chowder that is rich
a ,
1 pound cabbage, sliced
the most popular pattern
0 When bowels and
and thoroughly satisfying.. are sluggish you
VEGETABLE savory tablespoons finely chopped parsley Send your order to: feel irritable, headachy, do as millions
Serve it with common or pilot crackers -
1 carrot, grated do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
to make the meal. Or, if you chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
Laxative Sewing Circle Ncedlecraft Dept.
a prefer, oyster crackers, the round Soak peas and barley overnight, 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, Ill. FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed

I -q: For Headache, tasty type, saltines or plain soda in separate bowls. Place lamb flankin Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to taking only in accordance with package
i Sour Stomach crackers will be natural a large saucepan; add salt and PatternNo. directions-sleep being
ReN -any one a coyer cost of mailing) for turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough

and Dizzy accompaniment: cold water to cover. Bring to a .............. relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
Spells when boil and simmer 1 hour. Add leeks, FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
n' I caused by Con- Fish Chowder. carrots, turnip cabbage, peas and Name ............................... and economical.A generous family supply

stipation. Use (Serves 8) barley. Simmer 1 hour. Add pars- Address ............................. costs only
only 15 doses as directed.for 3 pounds haddock or cod ley and grated carrot. Stir well FEEN-A-MINT 10*

only 10 cents.iPWDER '3 potatoes, sliced and serve.

3 medium-sized onions Potatoes and onion are gotogethers -
I in soup. Carry the harmonyeven Guarding War PrisonersWhile
3 slices salt pork, diced
further and serve with the

8 crackers soup, the round toasty type of war prisoners in intern-
1 quart milk cracker:
ment camps in the United States
1 pint cream Cream of Potato and Onion Soup, serve one another as barbers, tailors i

SkygazerThe 1 tablespoon butter or margarineSalt (Serves 6) cooks and cobblers, and also.

sloth, clinging to boughs, and pepper 4 onions do much to conduct their own affairs -
spends its lifetime
looking at the 4 medium-sized potatoes a typical camp housing 3,000
sky. Cook fish in boiling water until .
2 tablespoons flour of these men requires three Police
done. Remove fish from water and
Escort guard companies, or a total -
cook and 2 tablespoons butter or margarine
potatoes of 438 officers and enlisted men Get Your War Bonds *
3 scalded milk
f To relieve distress of MONTHLY"N onions in fish wa- cups

ter until soft. Fry 1 tablespoon chopped parsley of guard the it.army, to supervise and, To Help Ax the Axis
Female WeaknessLydia. '
salt pork until Salt and pepper

E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com crisp. Skin'' and Boil onions and potatoes together

pound Is made especially for womento bone fish and add until tender. Drain, saving 1 cup
help relieve periodic pain with Its with pork scraps, 'Otrier ilbokj [Like tfr XWf i id"e
weak, tired, nervous, blue feelings of the water.' Rub the vegetables May >?

-turbances.due to functional monthly dis to split chowder.crackers Soak in through a coarse strainer. Melt the .. ptherii M< X Haye :ai Similai Nqme,;
butter or margarine, add flour and
Taken regularlY'Pinkham's
pound helps build up resistance Com- milk. Heat milk and cream with blend until smooth. Add milk and Sfaj f/iigre fe onfa: 0I NF iSighi/fhisa

against such symptoms. Hero Is a crackers, and add to chowder. Add water and "" "" *" "
potato-onion combine
product that helps nature and ICOAt
that's the kind to buy I Famous for with onion and potato pulp. Season I I I
almost a century. Thousands upon HEATERPat.
thousands of women have reported with chopped parsley, salt and pep-
benefits. Follow label directions per. Beat with egg beater and
Worth trying Lynn Says: serve at once.
LYDIALPINKHAPd'SSS r O Semi-automatie, magazin
The Score Card: Now that but- Did you know that a cheese typeof feed.

ter has in point value, cracker is best with the tomato '
gone up 0 Holds 100 Ibi. coo). ",
you may have to learn to use oth- soups? It brings out the flavor of LkE.l O Burns any kind of coal cob ;

AT FIRST er spreads such as margarine.Be the soup better than any other kindof p wt : or briquets.

SIGH OF A sure to select a margarinethat accompaniment: r:; O NO CLINKERS. .
\ gives you a definite guarantee Tomato Bisque. /'
O You need start a fire but J
0IIIIP of the amount of vitamin with (Serves 6) Jcs. c one a year.
which it is enriched. To color
4 milk .
Assures 'substantial
cups silo, O a fuelf
USE6" the margarine, let it soften until % cup stale bread crumbs savings. '

smooth and creamy, add vegetable Zl/2 cups canned tomatoes r O Requires less attention than

666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS coloring and blend together.Let 1 small onion most furnaces.
10t vzw
harden before using, if you 6 cloves Monet, szas O Heats all day and night
want to cut it in squares. J/2 teaspoon soda without refueling.For .
No. 2255527 Name
Butter can also be stretched 2 teaspoons sugar U.S.and Canadian Pat Registered OFF.
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The WARM MORNING fits right in with our country's con-
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CPAfiTC EIGHT 12. 1943
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i I purchased. times the amount of overcharges the folks back home, we can read Said certificate embraces the following -
,RATIONING between the lines that described property in the County .
----- I above price ceilings which OPAL some of the of
Ilendry State of Florida, to-wit '
I Enforcement II | news we see on the front is NEW{ :
CALENDAR alleges were made by the Produce page I }+-S'V1Section 23,
I 43
happening before the Township S., Range 34 E. -
Enforcement of price violations Company in sales of onions to retail eyes guild I I
I under ,
takes the lead this week In news merchants. Enforcement action and planes of our own men. the sa dttcertif cateaissuedpwas J
Prepared by Jacksonville Office of Moved into In the name of Ruth
( ; emanating from the District OPA retail up Italy from North R. Beardsley.
taken Unless
also Is being said
certificate shall be
OPA redeemed -
) I office in Jacksonville. Among the food .mei chants in Jacksonville.; Africa where they were last heard according to law, the property
Blue Stamps: X, Y and Z expire ,cases brought to the attention of the: from are Sandy Bell, Jack Moormanand described therein will be sold to the \'.
November 20. Daytona Beach: A. J. Scherer, highest bidder at the court house door '.
I Bob Logan. Others had moved on the first
'OPA were the following: Monday in the month of
Green Stamps: A, B and C, Book retail liquor dealer and owner of up previously, and we know-- that December 1943. which is the 6th day
-4'valid Nov 1 to Dec. 20.Brown Jacksonville: Duval County wartime Seabreeze Pharmacy, was issued a Of December 1943.
Clewiston '
is well
I will be given represented on the Dated this 5th day of November, 1945.
Stamps, Book Three, Meats, speed violators suspension warning notice by OPA
battle fronts all over the world. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULK
"Oils: 'G valid October 24, expires hearings in the Federal Building enforcement division. Scherer is *. *. I Clerk of Circuit Court of ,

:4j5ec.. 4; H valid October 31, expires November 9-10 by Acting OPA said to have violated price regulations Nov. 5, 12 Hendry, '19, 26.County, Florida. .
Captain Coburn
I Moore .
Hearing Commissioner Harold C. whiskey.I' who was
sales of
Dec.: 4; J valid November 7, expires in retail
Cox -Atlanta.. Scheduled for the him to recently home on a month's furlough :JI'
"Dec. 4; K valid November 14, ex-, Further violations subject
pires Dec. 4. i|i same dates are cases of several local suspension of his license to sell has returned to McChord I', NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR r:

Sugar Stamps: ,No. 29, Book 4, shoe dealers charged with improper whiskey. Daytona Beach Price Field, Tacoma, Washington, where I (Senate Itlll No. ioa)
5 pounds, valid Nov. 1, expires Jan.'''acceptance of rationed shoe stamps. Panel deserves special credit for its his squadron is now based. He made
'is:: I More than a score of the 35 ''mile-' work in reporting this case. I the trip by commercial air lines and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thif
per-hour speed limit violators face j left Fort Myers Wednesday night at W. W. Perry' ; holder of TAX Certificate -
Shoe Stamps: Airplane No.1. --- I No. 153 issued the
'Book 3, valid Nov. 1; Stamp 18, the loss of ration privileges for the 9 o'clock, spent two hours in Jack. August, A. D. 1935. has filed same day of In
war's duration. With Our Boys- sonville, and arrived in Tacoma at my office and has made application
valid indefinitely..]
fBook 18, Book 1, for a tax deed to be Issued thereon.
Tires: Persons entitled to 601 j i Panama City: J. II. Adair of Geneva ..-- I j' 6:30 Thursday evening.. The way Said certificate embraces the follow-
rations eligiblefor Ala., arrested of from page 4) these boys get around now, we wonder' -' ing described property in the County
miles per month gas on a charge Continued t f e of Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit
Grade 1 tire. .,. I I violating the OPA meat rationing week, spending it at Pahokee with how they can on'tent" themselveswith I S. SE?; of SW%, Stc. 31, Twp. 45:
Rgc. 29 E.
a quiet existence I
Gas: No. C, Book A, good for 3, regulation, entered a plea of not Ma-.. after the war.NOTICE ." The assessment of the said
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. I. property
gallons, expires November 8. No.) guilty during a trial term of Fed- ---'- under the said ,certificate issued was
,A-S in new book, good for 3 gallons eral Court, in Marianna on November loy. Jessie made a talk to Pahokee i I In Unless the name said of.certificate Unknown.shall be
OF redeemed -
valid Nov. 9. I j 3. Released under a $300 bond,I Lions and described the training 'I'AX APPLICATION 11GHD I'OH according to law, the prop
erty described
Fuel Oil: No.1, new series ex-( Adair was ordered to appear during; program given the WAVES and told, (Senate Itlll >o. 16:1): the highest bidder therein at the will court be sold house to
'pSres Jan. '3, 1944. April term of Federal Court in Mar-! 1 door on the first Monday In the month
something of her work in Washington of December, 1943, which ,
NOTICE is the 6th
I anna. Adair, who is a shipyard Hcnnnv GIVEN. Thai; ''i' of December, 1943. day
worker in Panama Citv shilwarrt.1 where she is now stationed. ', Harbro Realty Company, holder of Ta c Dated this 5th day of ,
dew 'Autos a ) Certificate No. 278, issued the November 1943. r
2nd dai .
"Floridians can buy only 350 new is alleged to' have hauled fresh meat 'I i in of September office, A. D. 1940 has filed sam: Clerk of Circuit T. HULL f
my and has
Tpassenger automobiles during November from Geneva, Ala., to Panama City As news continues. to trickle in to for a tax deed to be made Issued appllcatior th(> i Hendry County, Florida : :
r'ol' Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26.
-a 'new low since rationing"was and ot have sold the meat to shipyard --------------
established. It is a reduction ; workers without ration stamps PO .J

'{)f nearly 35 per cent from the October Jacksonville: Lawson ,Producel] '

quota. Company of this city has paid to the | THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .

The November quota of bicycles OPA a check' for $600.25 in settle _

has been cut one-third, ,compared I ment of an OPA treble damage \LIp

"with October. Only 439 may be claim.:_$_ The sum represents three I %

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J the Judge..meetin' someone?" Army'camps. Why, in a recent report made
: : things want :i
h you :_: "No, Sam, I'm just going up the line by the government it said the Army usually

*# aways on business.Wasn't that a troop train prefers its camps to be located in wet instead -

that just'pulled out?" of dry 'communities. And there's a

i "Sure. was, Judge..stopped over here for sound reason. In a wet community the

ten minutes and what a swell bunch of Army can control drinking. In ,dry communities

.*. Fftll1k1fl1 AA fellows they were." where bootleggers run wild it's almost .

,.f;. "That's true all over, Sam. Our present impossible. We know that from our
Army is the best trained, best disciplined, nearly 14 years of experience with national

best behaved in American history. That's .prohibition. "
why I get my hair up when I hear of some "There's no getting' away from it, prohibition -

4 X people trying to dry up the areas around does not prohibit"
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f SUGAR The Energy Food a The Vital War Food : :


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

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; 'Get Into The Battle By Joining The Forces ofCLEWISTON. ;

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