The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00970
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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 19, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00970
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Riddle Field
Organize Girl ScoutsAll Officer at


who are interested in the or- ther, D.F.C., who has been a mem-

,ON MONDAY NIGHT ganization of Girl Scout Troop in HEALTH WORK HEREDr. Washington ber of the, R.has A. F.been delegation, named as in!, FOR GOVERNOR

Clewiston are urged to meet at the
t I Commanding Officer of British FlYing -\
school building ,Monday evening at Paul J. ''Coughlin, director of Training School No. 5 here. He -
(Hendry County News) MIAMI, Nov. 18
8 o'clock for the purpose of organizing the Highlands-Glades County health succeeds Wing Commander George Ernest R.
Jesse McClelland, 29, w'as shot in Graham, farmer and dairyman 'and'Dade
a, Scout troop here. departments for the past 14 months, Greaves, who has left to return to
the abdomen Monday night by county senator announced
has been transferred to Leon Countyand England and active -
The local Kiwanis Club has agreedto
Jim Maddox the his
Deputy Sheriff I candidacy for
courthouse lunchroom on highway sponsor the Troop. Five women left over the week end, to as- Mrs. Greaves and their two sons Florida. Governor of

25 where the officer was called to will, be chosen to ,serve on a Troop ;{'sume his new duties there. Dr. preceded the commander on the return -

: quiet McClelland who was waving advisory committee to work with a;I Coughliu's position will be venereal trip home by a few weeks and I Sound, prosperity, based on a unit-

and frightening patrons. Girl Scout leader, also to be chosen. j disease control officer for that ter- have already arrived safely in Eng ed Florida, with all sections of the
a blackjack' ,
It is planned to follow the outline ritory for the U. S. Public Health state working in close harmony,
Dr. C. E. Weaver, who was called land.Recent : will be the watchword
Service. distinguished visitors at of the Graham
1' to attend McClelland,"said the of Mrs. Kathleen Richards, or-
: ganize an Intermediate Troop, of 10, I Dr. Coughlin has made weekly Riddle Field included Air MarshallSir program. He points out that ,with
bullet, from a .32'calibre pistol, the
': -- the abdomen and J I Ito J..4 first, to be flolowed soon by I trips to' Moore Haven and to Clewis- William L. Welsh, Group Cap- rich tourist and industrial cen-
penetrated ters
::. ", mended that he be rushed recom-I r[ the. Brownies, aged 6 to 10 and later I! ton during his service as director tain H. A. V. Hogan. Wing Com- farm serving as market outlets for

,Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers by the Senior 'Group of girls over of the Highlands-Glades Health Unit, mander Welbourne of the ,R. A. dairy, 'beef, and poultry pro-

; 14., and he has done much good work delegation in Washington. F'I ducts of the north and west rural
for attention. Sheriff Bill Maddox, :
areas of the'siate
for these communities. He has con- -- at least another
his brother, Deputy Maddox and Dr.Weaver' .
ducted a weekly venereal disease $4,000,000 can be put into the state
rushed him to the hospital clinic in each place and has been Instrumental treasury without a single additional
where Drs. Bostleman, Bartleson and KIWANIS WILL' ,., i ED HAMILTON IS I tax burden.
immediate in obtaining other services ,
Whisnant performed an j I II
I such as the mobile-X-ray unit Envisioning the Florida tourist

I .", operation.Dr. r lof the tuberculosis division of the ACCEPTED INTO THE industry alone as a $500,000,000
Weaver said the bullet passed SPONSOR TROOP I '
state board of health which made a business. Graham said records show
intestines and lodged '
through the
f recent visit here. $40,000,000 to $50,000,000
of this
somewhere near the hipbone. After
: ", two hours,on the operating table and OF GIRL SCOUTSThe i I,, The entire' school faculty of La- MARINE CORPS must be spent for meat, poultry,

': X-ray pictures ,had been taken and I I Belle 'and other 'LaBelle 'residents dairy and farm products. Of this

: -' I took the advantage, of the X-ray amount, statistics reveal, 10 cents
developed it was decided not to remove -
the bullet'at'-that time." Late Clewiston Kiwanis Club heard j, services when the unit visited this Edgar G. Hamilton, West Palm out of every dollar finds its way into

'area. Dr. Coughlin Is Beach, attorney, first to enter the the state treasury
replaced here through gasoline
word from the hospital is that Mc- an explanation of the Girl Scout II
Clellaud's condition is fair. I movement and organization details I by Dr.. Genge of Lake County, who race for Congress in the new Sixths I taxes, auto license tags and other

assumed the duties of the new office congressional district, volunteeredfor f Orl1:1S.'I:
The story as told by Deputy Maddox which was told them by Mrs. Kathleen 1(I
Carver M. Richards of the Monday. It is expected that induction into. military service I Rural section leaders
and corroborated by Joe secretary; :[ already have
proprietor of the cafe; is:! that Mc- Girt Scout Troops, of the Palm:1 Dr; Genge will continue virtually the last week and has been accepted by welcomed the program, he said, for

Clelland, who appeared to 'be drink- Beau hes, who was guest speaker at'i same routine of visits to this section 1 the Marine Corps. He left West they see it as a solution to their financial -

ing, was' toying with the blackjackand Wednesday evening's meeting. that Dr. Coughlin inaugurated.. Palm Beach Armistice Day for Camp 1 I problems, and representative
i' Div and Mrs. Coughlin and their Blanding., passed his physical induc- groups of heavily
: swinging it about carelessly. 'I Mrs. Richards first discussed the populated areas
baby son, Richard, -who resided in tion as a volunteer and became a, endorse the
Carver said, "I ,asked: him to put j I aims of the Scout movement, and I plan because they seea
I Sebring will move to Tallahassee as Marine private." rural Florida
that thing away before someone got, then ,applied the talk to Clewiston. I standing on its own
soon as arrangements for housingcan Hamilton, who, is 33, and the fa-
hurt but he didn't do it. I asked She said that Clewiston, was large prosperous feet, relieving a drain on
ther of two children has not with. '
him where he got it and he said that I enough for a splendid Girl Scout be made.HUNTING the state treasurJwhich will be reflected '

a 'Bob' Hogan tried to 'arrest him and Troop and 'urged that one be 'started I drawn from' the Congress race. in future tax bills through-
"When began this campaign,
'Out the state.
he took it from him.
if sufficient interest shown
Carver continued, "I was afraidwe I by girls and their parents.' She SEASON TO i,he pre-Pearl said, "the Harbor question fathers as to' whether ;I Although he has, not yet announced

were in for trouble so I sent a suggested that'an Intermediate group bei, ( his complete program, Senator
needed as yet undecided. Now'
clerk; for,either the sheriff or deputy. made up ,of girls, 10 to 14 be organized was Graham will submit that in sound

Deputy Maddox was close by and he first, and that Brownies, / OPEN SATURDAY; NOj service such fathers thr'oughoutSouth are ,being Florida called ,into I business principles lies the solutionof

'came fright in. ages 6' to 10 be next, and' later, a I I feel that if the nation needs andl+ the state's financial problems and
"Deputy Maddox: asked McClel- Senior be organized. I II by application of these principlesand
f- group ; there is only ,one place for: us to be--I|
land to put that 'jack: 'ayay' and togO without
new-....taxesyatate fir
I The Kiwanis Club to \ -
,agreed sponsor '' .f-4
jn services :
..* thinned
.the'jad t oianceat the
McClelland.-waved, :
on Jiome. 1vf11'be -
waitfeLcl ,
-j ; :' the Girl Scout Troopin "Clepvstton Hamilton hacf attempted"foenter I
;: and went, cjoser to him He [ to complete the "'too long delayed -
I and for meeting!
I took steps a I service in the naval reserve early ins|
1943-44 hunting willopen :
kept crowding the officer until he season program for adequate old
Monday night to make plans for it. : 1942 but failed to receive age
a com-
had him backed against the Saturday, Nov. 20, for hunters ) assistance, teachers'
,showj j salaries, child
:'a : The Kiwanis Club will hold its to/have I mission. After announcing his can-
case. Deputy Maddox said 'Don'titit who are lucky enough shells. welfare, public health, .charities and '
I!I Thanksgiving turkey shoot next Otherwise it I didacy last mouth he requested vol-
me with that' but McClelland ) may mean only a sightseeing post-war unemployment.In .
Tuesday ,evening at the Scout picnic induction
of his
untary draft board
raised his arm. Then Deputy Mad I trip to the Everglades for
grounds on the Ridge. at West Palm Beach support of this he points out
dox let him have it." those who possess a license with 'no that his reforms
,Deputy Maddox said Tuesday Guests .at Wednesday's meeting shells to feed a gun. Elated at passing all physical tests have, in the racing: laws

were 111.H... Stroud, David C. Han-II Hamilton said withholdany proven a stabilizing influence
morning, "That was the second time A new uniform hunting law he would ,, on racing and that
added five
cock, Mrs. Gene Powers, Mrs. G. N. ,
announcement concerning, his I
Continued from' Page, -4) went in effect in Florida Oct. 18 according percent tax on horse racing in his
Pitzen and Miss Laura Bailey. :
congressional candidacy until he has
'. ,--- to D. F. Smoak, Sr., chief own Dade county has raised, with
officer of the first conservation dis- proceeded further in his military| matching federal funds
Fr. Geary Is Speaker an extra
sAt Clewiston FFA Boys career. j
comprising- 14" Southwest FlorIda $4,000,000 for the needy aged of the

counties. Clyde G. Trammell, partner in the! state. Graham, however, still insists -
P.-T. A. MeetingThe
] Attend West Palm Beach firm Hamilton1and I
1 Meeting; Under the new regulations, open, racing is a business and there-
Trammell, is carrying on Ham-I| fore legislation .
-" seasons for taking game birds and j should afford legitimate

'.' November meeting of, the. Par I animals are as follows: Deer -', ilton's law practice.Clewiston I protection: to: that "business
The officers of the Clewiston
ent-Teacher ,Association was held ins ,Nov. 20 to Jan. 5. Hunting per and always make it possible. for it
Chapter, Future Farmers of America Team ,
r ,the school auditorium Tuesday aft mitted every day from Nov. 20 to prosper. ,
attended a business meeting of "
.;, ,, ernoon. After the business session, I the Belle Glade chapter at Belle through Nov. 30. In the first, sec Another Football Game! When doubting Thomases question

: a splendid program was 'presented I 'I ond, fourth and fifth districts, hunt- his predictions for Agricultural,
Glade Monday night. In the group
' t.:. with Fr. Timothy J. Geary of St. ing will be prohibited on Mondays I Florida, Senator Graham points to
r- I were Richard Pape, president; ,Mar I
: ;' Margaret's Church as speaker. and Tuesdays, Dec. 1 through Jan. Clewiston's -six-man football team his own 6,000-acre farm 18 miles
tin Waldron vice Sammie
president I
Fr. semihumoroustalk 5. Collier, Hendry and Glades scored another victory,-their fourthin west of Miami, which 'by commonsense
r-< Geary gave a ,
Young, secretary; Ben: Bolton:. Jr., I I
f'':'';'" talk which acted as a cheerful tonic Counties, are closed to the taking of a row-over the LaBelle Cowboys and hard work, he has trans-
. k to his listeners on a rainy afternoon. treasurer, and H.Jack advisor., sentinel I deer. "In the third district, huntingwill here Friday night, and chalked up i I'I fromed from 'a trackless Everglades
k and M. Sharpe,
'. ,,o'' He described the origin of tile be permitted every day throughout a score of 46 to 30. The local team' swamp into one of the state's 'most
\ The purpose of the trip was to the season. is very much elated over winning j| '
Blarney stone. and gave his listeners (Continued on Page 4)
the "difference between Blarney I gain leadership training, to learn Quail, ,. turkey, squirrel -Nov. 20I i every game thus far this season. I
parliamentary procedure and to see ,!
and baloney;" 'saying that,, the world (Continued on Page 4) v I This was the second win against Fall Term
how one of the most successful chap- LaBelle, the other game which was Circuit
in war-time needs more Blarney and II
; ters in the state operates. The Belle L which was played in 'LaBelle on Oc-
'less baloney to keep: its morale built Col. Richardson Court Lasts Only
Glade chapter' Is known throughoutthe Selee I tober 22,- ended in an 18-13 score. j .
, :Jiigh.
state because of i its, outstanding

"', 'f' Mrs. M. H. Stroud gave two delightful boys and their recent accomplishments Visits Clewiston Friends Installation ServiceIs .1 Fifteen Minutes

: piano numbers-Minuet in .

'G-Paderewski ahd Polonaise in A- j Judge George W. "Whitehurst
I The adviser of the Clewiston chapter Held for Pastor
Chopin. Col. Richardson Selee, former heard the only case to come up at
invited the Belle Glade chapterto
t :Mrs. F., E. Conkling presided at I visit Clewiston on Monday night, resident of Clewiston, spent Monday I the regular fall term of circuit

, (. 'I the meeting. It was announced that Nov. 29, to conduct ceremonies for evening here visiting old friends. Special services were' conducted at court Monday and court convened
\' Col. Selee, who was then First the Community Church Tuesday and
; several plates left from the carnival to I( a 1 adjourned within 15 minutes.
advancing membership degrees the-'
': were at the principals office and own- various members '''of the Clewiston j I Lieutenant in the U. S. Army Engineers evening for the installation of I'! Judge Whitehurst fined Napoleon -

ers. were asked to call for them. ', was in charge of the Lake pastor, the Rev. David C. Hancock. Kyles, a Louisiana 'negro now
chapter, and the invitation was ac- I
'" There' will be no December P.-T. I, Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee Rev. W. K. C. Thomson, of the First1Presbyterian employed by the United States Sugar

j A. meeting, as members are accustomed I cepted. | Hon project for two years. naviga-I Church in; Miami, pre- Corporation $50 which included costs f

to substituting attendance at After the business meeting, the his family left Clewiston eigl sided at the service and preachedthe after the defendant pleaded guilty
the school Christmas program. chapters engaged in a friendly'bas- 'I' ago when he was transferred to' sermon. to buying a pint of liquor for a

ketball game, in which the Belle other duty. iI j The charge to the pastor was given Seminole Indian July 29. Assist-

,Junior Red Cross To Glade boys won by a score of 31 to ,.I Col. Selee has advanced in rank by Rev. Nevin H. Schaaf of Coral ant State Attorney Sumter Leitner ,of
25. Clewiston challenged them to a.
Gables who served for a few monthsas
in the Army and received the rank I Arcadia was present to represent the
return game on the )local court and \ minister of the local church several
of full colonel fourteen months ago. j
'Enroll Next WeekThe eacil
suggested also that chapter
Rev. Alexander Linn
years ago.
He was in Miami awaiting orders i i
organize and play two games of also of Miami, gave the charge to
and came up for a short visit here. I Men Accepted IntoMilitary
football. Plans for these games will the people.
enrollment for the Junior be announced later. (I II
Red Cross will be conducted in the RECEIVES COMMISSION i Service

Clewiston, Harlem and Bare Beach The F.F.A. Shop l\Ir.1 Schools To Have Long;

schools next week, Monday ,through The Clewiston Ag shop is open I Bob Beardsley, second son, of I I

Wednesday, it was announced today 'each Tuesday and Thursday night i and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley,, received Thanksgiving Week End: Reports on four selectees who were

by Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chapter from 7:30 to" lOp. m. to allow the his commission as second lieutenant inducted into service leaving with

'chariman. I' students to use the shop and its in the Field Artillery at Fort ) the November quota from Hendry

In Clewiston the enrollment will,equipment to construct many small ,Sill last week, and arrived Saturdayto The Hendry. County schools will County have,been received by the local ,

1)e in charge of Mrsv J. C. Ziler and items which they have been anxiousto ,spend a week at home before re-j.close next Wednesday afternoon, selective service office.

,. Miss Esther Galloway. Pupils will make. Plans are being made so porting for duty at Fort Bragg, N, November 24th, at the regular ,hour, Seth C. Daniels was accepted into -

be asked to bring whatever enrollment the older boys may secure practice Bob's older brother, Jim, is now and will have both Thursday and the Army, Orville T. Strayhorn,

fee they wish, as no- specific in acetylene welding and auto me- First Lieutenant and is ,instructor in Friday for holidays in observance of who had transferred to Fort Myers,

amount is required. chanics. Anyone interested in shop military at the University of .Flor Thanksgiving.Since was accepted into the Navy. Clark:

Amos Thomas, principal of the work as a hobby ,is invited to drop ida. Another brother, Dan( is now there is no school on Saturday Davis Emery and Robert R. Ruet

Harlem school, will be in charge of around at the agricultural shop at at Fort B ragg, but ,expects to leave this will give teachers and pu- were both accepted into the Army.

enrollment at Harlem and at Bear I the above time. The shop is locatedon soon for a training course at another pils opportunity for a long holiday Reports: on, the other selectees

-" Beach.. the school grounds. location. week end. have Hot yet been received.



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Private Hargrove! 1 There is-knowledge of the

: Lesson way from walking in it, and a

walking in the way through

by Marion Hargrove &E.R.V W.M.U.'I c e. OT HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D knowledge of-it.-Swedenborg. '

Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Economy is the
TUB STORY SO FAR: Private Marion take care of Johnny's stuff until "Don't talk like that, .Hargrove,". Released by Western Newspaper Union! .-Tnsser. poor' man'smint. '

Hargrove, former newspaper feature editor Johnny comes and I don't like him he said, his voice cracking. "Put
It hain't
has been inducted Into the army anyway because he makes faces and me down for ten." no use to grumble and com'
Lesson for plane
and Is nearing his completion of basic sticks out his tongue and says sticks -Pa- November 21 1ft jest ; cheap and
training at Fort Bragg, N. C. lIe has tailsthat's easy to T ojoi.e.
and snails and puppy-dog
There was a little note stuck Lesson .
been classified master as cook some and of In the addition fundamentals what little girls are made of my typewriter when I came back' Jetted an subjectsbymInternational When God sorts out the weather and<
his failure
of army training have resultedin and he's not my boy, friend any- from prowling for news. It looked permission.Council of Religious Education; used by sends rain ,

considerable extra KP duty for him. way." like Private ("One-Shot") Bushemi's W'y rain's my'choice.JAMES .

He has also learned the finer points of "No punctuation," I said. I wag- typing. "The stockholders of the HONESTY IN ALL THINGS WIUTCOMB 'RILEY

"goldbricking" and "shooting the breeze." gled my ears and stuck out my Union of Hargrove's Creditors," it Man is created free, and is

Hargrove has become editor of a sectionof tongue at her. read, "will hold a business meetingthis LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:15; Leviticus free, even though born in ,.

the camp paper and these duties have. "The next time I come," she said, evening about seven o'clock in 19:11.GOLDEN 13; Luke 19:1-10, 45, 46 chains.-Schiller.
lecture series.As TEXT-Thou
him from a shall not steaL-
kept away
we pick up the story, his sergeant Is "I'm going to bring some soap and the latrine of Barracks No. 2, Head- Exodus 20:15.Honesty He who toils with pain will

assigning him once more'to KP for this every time he sticks out his tongue quarters Battery. Please be presentor eat with pleasure.-Chinese.

Infraction. Hargrove is trying explain.He i I I'm going to put soap on it because we will beat your head in." seems to be so obviously ,.

speaks: it isn't nice to stick out your It was the day before my furlough, right that one might expect it alwaysand

tongue." She emphasized her state- so I got the general drift. The vul- 'everywhere bitter experi- "i

CHAPTER XIV ment by paralyzing my wrist with tures who were contributors to the ence had not indicated the oppositeto \ Robot Radio Operator : '.

I her fist and sticking her tongue out furlough would prcbably stand be true. '.

I at'me. around frowning and figure out As a matter of fact
"Sergeant, for days I round up dishonesty The lives of many torpedoed sea-
from battery reporters. ThereIs "Let's have no unnecessary vibra- some sort of budget for my vaca- has become so common that :a per- men may be saved by anew in-
always too much or too little. tions, McGee," said the Lieuthom- tion. 'I could picture the blue-nosed son who is strictly honest is a bit of vention.It' .

When there is 'too little, I have to as, looking up reproachfully over his demons slashing away at my enjoy- a novelty. Some even think he is is an automatic wireless trans-
"Coffee is five cents the ment.
write what is needed. When thereis glasses. peculiar. mitter. The ship's name and code
which cup." He beamed at her. She The meeting had an unexpectedlysmall Under such circumstances' the
choose .
too much,;I have to mark are inscribed on a film, and
battery reporter is going to horse- beamed back at him. attendance: Maury Sher, Christian needs to be vigilant lest the vessel's position is inserted on

whip me for leaving his copy out." "I have seven boy friends," she mess sergeant of Battery D of the he also accommodate his own ideasof the film as often as conditions de-
delicately Third and chairman of the ways and honesty and to "
"The chaplain is right up the said, raising one forefinger begin justify little mand.
and rubbing the other against it means committee of the Union; Pri- I evasions rather than being absolutely -
street, the sergeant said. vate Bushemi stockholderand When a vessel is torpedoed or
in a highly jeering gesture. "I have principal I upright.
"Then I have to edit all the copy, I mined, the transmitter into
not president and Private First The comes
seven boy friends and you're one ; teaching of Scripture on this
delete all classified military intelli- action and continues to send out theship's
of them and you're not anybody'sboy Class Thomas James Montgomery matter is very plain.I. .
gence and take out all nasty cracksat Mulvehill name as long as the ship remains -
friend. She hit me this time on chaplain. I
Honesty Fair
first sergeants. Then I have to afloat without the radio
the elbow and I made a horrible face Private Mulvehill beamed. "Ser op-
(Exod. 20:15; Lev. 19:11 13).
write headlines for all the stories erator standing by. The inventoris
at her. geant Hart sends his regrets. He
and them in whatever spaceI The very commandment against Captain
place Espeseth, a Norwegianseaman.
wantsto He
"Myaaah, I said. "Who has a heavy heavy in Lillington. '
can find for them. Then I must stealing' implies that men have a .
be boy friend anyway? is with us in spirit though.
your ,
draw everything up into pretty little right to that which they have made,
pages. This is tedious and nerve- "Oh there's Johnny," she suddenly "Come in, drip," said Bushemi. earned, or saved.

racking work." cried, "and"he's going to take off witha my Sergeant Sher got down to busi '"Thou shalt not steal" forbids every TRY OVERNIGHT CARE
and- She
"The chaplain will give you a picture tripped Bushemi anda ness., '"I've got to hand it to you, kind of theft, and the passages FOR MISERABLE COLDSthe -
smile for
sympathetic ear," the sergeant said. bewitching son," he said. "Gone through this from Leviticus indicate that this in- way grandma did. Sho used mutton
line of babble.
? "I will give you only KP. Does running much of the month and still haven't cludes more than robbery or ordi- suet she medicated herself to relieve

anything you are ,saying relate to "No punctuation," I said to Mul- tried tor'get any of your furlough nary stealing.It colds' coughing and muscle aches. Now

what ,we're talking about-why you vehill. money back from the chaplain! relates to every kind of false mothers just rub on Penetro. Has base

weren't in the mess hall yesterday "It's a woman's world, McGee," We're all proud of you." dealing with another, such as oppression modern containing scientific old reliable medication mutton suet added.,with

I ?" he said, reaching for another sliceof "Shucks," I blushed. 'Twern't or the withholding of just 25c, double supply 35c. Get Penetro.

I"I was getting around to that, ser toast. nothin'. I was able to bum a cigarette wages. '

geant. On the day before the paperis -Sa- here and there." Perhaps we ought to be more spe-

issued, I have to go into Fayette- "Get him away from me, Bu "McGee," said Mulvehill, clearinghis cific and apply the truth to our own Dog's ParasitesAt

ville to keep a careful watch over shemi!" roared Private Thomas throat, "you leave tomorrow for day. Stealing includes such thingsas least 500 kinds of internal

the printers, to see that they don't James Montgomery Mulvehill. New York, where there are many loafing on one's job, "borrowing"money parasites infest domestic dogs and

put Third Regiment news on the "He's got that gleam in his eye. snares to trap the unwary.' Don't from the cash drawer tak- cats, and many cause marked in-
Fourth If I am watches in the parkor ing goods from the stock with which
Regiment page. Get him !" buy any gold jury and death to their hosts. Not
not there, they may even mix head- Lieu- any stolen furs anywhere. You one is working, stealing another infrequently, the eggs of some of

lines and put, church notices under "You're" just being'difficult, know, I presume, about buying the man's sermon and preaching it as the parasitic worms even find

'Service Club Activities.' It is necessary thomas, I"told him.Lieuthomas"Just sit laid down his Brooklyn Bridge." one's own, "lifting" material out of their'way into the animal before it
and relax. The
that I be there." enormous frame on the bunk and "Now, we don't have any restric- another man's book without credit, is born.

The sergeant coughed. "I feel started slapping his knees in utter tions about the way you use your contracting debts which one can

for you, Private Hargrove; I deeply despair. money," said Bushemi. "Only last, never pay using false weights and .. \

sympathize. I wouldn't think of put- time you spent too much money on measures, adulterating food or other -, to Relieve ..
f How
"What kind of- deal are trying -
ting you on KP-" you taxicabs. You'll have to use the material, "watering" milk for
to' swindle this time? he asked."Let's '
' "You wouldn't?" I gasped. buses and subway more this trip. sale, selling worthless stock, dodgingtaxes

"Don't interrupt," the sergeant be reasonable, Private Mul- or lying to the tax assessor, 'MUSCULARAC'HIESPAENS

barked. "As I was saying, I wouldn'tthink vehill, said, patting him reassur- or using a slug instead of, a nickel]
ingly'on the shoulder. "As you ,in the telephone to
of putting you on KP-if you A escape proper ,
know I working on Captain
am now
payment.One .
hadn't committed a breach of eti-
quette by failing to RSVP the invi- Winkel's sympathies to get a furlough might add gambling (which is Soreness and StiffnessYou
sometime in .
tation. You didn't tell us you weren't taking. another man's property by need to rub on a powerfully?
coming. Or why." the first half of February. skill or by chance), making an unduly soothing "counter-irritant" like

# "I know what's coming," he large profit on the labor of an- is Musterole better than for quick an old-fashioned relief.Musterole mus-
-PaI -
screamed. "And I won't do it! I other, making money out of the sor- tard plaster-it actually helps break

was dozing peacefully 1my can't do it!" rows and failures of others, etc. To up painful local

typewriter, the other morning when "Now. as you know, furloughs are be honest means to be fair-and that

there came a knock on my elbow laden with little expenses-neces- has broad implications.II. i ill

and a bright young voice shouted little To help me
sary expenses. Honesty and Restoration (Luke
"Hey! at me. I looked up into"the along ,with the load, Sergeant Sher 19:1-10). '

impish, cheerful, and unquenchably and Private Bushemi have already
mischievous face of,the boss' daughter made philanthropic little loans. I The reality and thoroughness of

.... Miss Sidney Winkel, age four. have honor roll Zacchaeus' conversion was indicated Tree Blows Up
said "will
your name on my "Little man, she i yon
by his willingness to restore all] Contrary to common belief, a
here, Lieuthomas." What's the do- please" ask the waiter for more wa- the money he had unjustly (but legally DOlt of lightning does not splinter
ter? note that!) taken from his fellow lhe tree; the tree itself "blows up"
The Mulvehill cringed and edged
citizens-and that in fourfold vhen its moisture is suddenly
away. "What do you needfromme All the shows you want to see, all
?" the books you can buy-but taxicabs measure. :airned into steam under high pres

Ai Insofar as it is possible to do so, sure.
"Well, I estimated, "I should say only for very special,
the honest will make right
that ten dollars." "Must.!. be treated as a child?" person
known injustice. To be right
"Great and chil-
gods refugee I asked.
with God must mean that we are to
dren," he gasped. "Ten dollars he "When you get back broke, Mc- be right with men. The testimonyof Gas on StomachRelieved

says yet! Why don't you ask me for Gee said Mulvehill "you are not
many Christians could be pre- in 5 minutes or double money back
my life's blood? Six dollars he owes to eat breakfast at the Service Club. When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocatIng -
sented to show they have only
gas.sour stomach and heartburn: ,doctors usually
me already and now he's askingoh You are not to take out any post.exchange entered real and prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
I Ii I can't stand it! I can't standit upon peace use- eymptomatiereliefmedicines like those in liell-ans
books. You will get your fulness as they have made consistent Tablets. No laxative Bell-ans brings comfort ia a
Take him away!" jiffy or back on return of bottla
Sher who
from Sergeant alldNggistsGather
cigarettes effort to right every wrong, to to us.25c at ,
"My life's blood," he moaned. will ration them out to you as per pay everY debt.

i I "Where's the six I lent you two budget."
III. Honesty and Religion (Luke
months ago? -Si-
19H5, 46). Your Scrap; *
"Let's be reasonable, Pvt. Mulve- "That was only five weeks ago,"
hill," I said; "As you know, I am' I reminded him gently ."and I've Sergeant Sher, Private Bushemi, One might think it unnecessary to Throw It at Hitler!

working ,on Capt. Winkle's sympathies already paid two of that back. and the other members of the Unionof urge honesty upon religious 'folk.

to get a furlough." Three weeks I paid it back." Hargrove's Creditors would have They ought to be honest. But ,here
been quite pleased at the sight. In- we see in sharp contrast to 'the

Miss Winkel was dressed like the "Yeah," he protested, "but you stead of spending their money lavishly quick honesty and restitution of Zac-

Navy and looked entirely too ener- borrowed it ,back the next day.' He. on taxicab sightseeing ''trips and chaeus, the stubborn disobedienceand

getic for such a drizzly morning. rose and paced the floor. "Whatare expensive shows, I was dining quietly dishonesty of the priests in the

"I'm to be the Valentine," she they doing to me? My life'sblood in a conservative grillroom with temple. Jesus had already cleansedthe

said, "and Johnny's going to take they would draw from the Redhead. We weren't even discussing temple of the traffic in money-

my picture and you're to take me my veins? Thirty-six measly little ways to spend their; hard- changing and the sale of animals for ,l
dollars month I make-and he .n
I up to the Service Club and carry a earned money. sacrifice practiced there (see John ,
wants ten dollars! Maybe I'm Win- t
Johnny's things for him and wait Rockefeller I should lend out "Little man," she said, "will you 2:13-lt. On that occasion He rebuked -

for him to get there so you'd bet- throp please ask the waiter for more. them because they made His z
ten dollars a clip! Thirty-six dollars -
ter put on your jacket and cap and water?" Father's house "a house of mer-
and he wants half!
let's go. "I beg your pardon," he said, chandise."

I "I'm going to have my picture "You see, Lieuthomas, a sad and rather unctuously. "There is a fifteen Had they known the change of

taken with Spud Parker," she add- work-worn creature-an Alice sit-by- million gallon shortage in water heart of a converted Zacchaeus,they

ed. Spud Parker is the general'sson the-fire whose only hope for the future at this very instant. On the other would have heeded His admonition.But .

and is considered quite an eligi- is in the faint 'glimmering hopeof hand, madame all supply ships to they did not believe in Christ

,ble bachelor by the younger set. a furlough. Day after day, weekin Great Britain use Scotch whisky as and went on with their ungodly dese-

"There's Tom in the cafeteria," and week out, I have worked my ballast for the return trip. Perhaps cration of the temple area until it Try Great Tonic Many Doctors Advise

she said. "Let's go see Tom." frail fingers to the shoulder blade to madame would like. a glass of,Scotch became "a den of thieves" (v. 46). See how good-tasting Scott's Emulsion

Thomas James make things pleasant for you and whisky?" Speaking of "the goings on in our
Montgomery Mul- tone build
helps up your system; -
Bushemi and 'I have
Bishop. patched The Redhead lifted
an eyebrow."I .
churches" the writer "Isa
vehill, Pfc., was own says,
apparently making'his with the stamina and resistance against coldsif -
quarrels said up
rounds in your mess ser- wonder, she "what they church honest when it assumes obligations -
morning He search of geant. ,I have saved you from the use i in the finger bowls here-rub that it cannot meet, and is there is a dietary deficiency of A & D
at the
news. was
en- terrible wrath of provoked Rebels.I alcohol? I do not
bing want Scotch of Vitamins. It's easy! Simply take Scott'f
gaged in his daily research in the then forced to use all sorts ques-
have sat here at night, sewing but- whisky. I want water.
r Service Club's toast and coffee. ,tionable means to raise money for daily throughout the year.It's great 1 Buy
tons blouse that "It is madame wishes "
on my so yououldn't as the
"Hello sis he said. the benefit of the church? Is a at your druggist's today I
"Hello, Mc- have to wear it hanging waiter said, bowing from the knees.
honest when it turns a building
Gee. Pull up a chair. McGee, get open on your merry jaunts to town. He walked away and returned againto church
the worship of
the lady a drink. Something tall Money could not pay for the thingsI lean against a post. The Red- consecrated to

and cool. Such as a chocolate milk. have done for you and Bushemi. head drummed her fingers on the God into a restaurant or a theater,

What's the deal, sis?" And now this. Ten dollars betweenme tablecloth. Is a church honest that turns its 0

"I'm to be the Valentine," she and spiritual starvation-and no "Don't be afraid of him," said the pulpit into a lecture platform for: the

|said, "and Johnny's going to take ten dollars. How sharper than aserpent's Redhead. "Call his bluff.", discussion of current events or the"

vmy picture and old Hargrove has to tooth." (TO BE CONTINUED) 1 review of popular books or plays?


I .

1- Should Be Fast !:?:'h::, J,", ..",, jii ;.;; :",
IPFAflNG "";::;:;:'H i m
Enough to Suit AnyoneAn ',' :: ::t5': ::: 'n:

excited woman stalked Into it

the dry goods store and threw ,a "j

faded apron upon the counter. IIPORTS Drafts caused by'air entering under Hanging racks on cupboard
"Look at this!" she cried. "Just all 1 111iditi 1i x baseboards can be eliminatedby doors are one solution to the need
look at this!" Released by Western Newspaper Union.
tacking felt weatherstrippingunder for additional storage space.
"I am looking at it," said the THYROID EXTRACTWhen /4 Zr .iI-: the quarter-round. *

young lady behind the counter. Released by Western Newspaper Union .
"What about it?" Make a sauce for cottage pud- \
I, "What about it?" shouted the an individual is nervous, BACK in 1939, when Amos Alonzo Water spots can often be removed ding out of left-over fruit juice by
it jumpy, overactive mentally and Stagg was entering his 50th yearof from polished furniture by dissolving cornstarch in cold wa-
"what about ? Why
woman, physically, heart rapid, the physician coaching, a widely read sports rubbing lightly with turpentine applied ter and adding it to the fruit juice
when sold that
: said that you its color me was fast.apron And you : usually advises. a metabolism''-- writer had this to say: on a soft cloth.. Wipe dry and cooking, it for a few minutes.
test which snows me and rewax. .
what happened? Why the color rate at which the "When his record-breaking coach- ,* *
came out at the very first wash- ing service at the University of Chi- Shingle roofs should be kept well
body processes are After yarn has been steamed for painted stained
ing!" cago, was ended by compulsory retirement as a protection
'' working. In a case removing kinks, wind it on a cake against destruction
The girl looked at the woman in in 1933, Stagg characteris- by the elements -
such as the above, tically refused to quit the game and rack. It is not only easier to han- i and to insure against the
"Well she remarked, "that the test will usually is rounding out his career in the dle that way, but can readily be I developments of expensive and dif-

/ certainly was fast!" show that of the this body in- comparative obscurity of a small hung on the line to dry. ficult-to-find leaks. '

processes campus at the College of the Pacificat
dividual work-

>r ing 15 per are cent or' where Stockton he is, Calif.regarded, a city as of the 47,000 first, Gift, for One Who Reads in Bed Easily

;, NONE ((1 fl] ru more normal.cause of faster this And speedDr. than the- citizen.At 81., Stagg unquestionably is the Made of Cloth Remnants and Hanger ," I

first citizen of Stockton. But if he
ing an
Barton UP process
Is obscure, so is the sun on a cloud-
overactive thyroid PIECE FOR THE PROMT, U between the lining and the out-,
gland The treatment is rest and less Fourth of July. His "obscurity"is BOTTOM AND BACK side; these being stitched together
on a nation-wide basis. 13'/i X 27" tZ"I
iodine and if necessary removal ofthe around the top, as illustrated.

thyroid gland by surgery or Life Begins at 71 *
>rays. I Tt) FIT
NOTE-This bedside
bag Is but
MonthlyThe On the other hand, where the in- Ten years ago Stagg decided that HAtGECUT thirty-two useful things to make for the
4,000,000 Maps dividual is sluggish mentally and, life for him as a football coach would home, that are Illustrated with detailed
United States army map physically, is overweight, and skin begin at 71. This season the oldest 1 MAK : 'SIDES directions in BOOK 8 of the series pre-
service turns out between three C f 4 XIO"i pared for readers. The
shiny, the metabolism test will usually gridiron warrior of them all is con- i OUTSIDE price of BOOK 8
Is 15 cents. Send
and four million maps a month. AttD Lltt your order to:
show that the body processesare fusing the opposition with one of his IIYG THE

working at a rate of 15 per centor best teams. His College of the Pa- ,f SAME THCo
more below normal. The causeis Hills
New York
I I I I an underactive thyroid gland and nl ''n:''''".:; y'; 38YARAOF Drawer 10
these patients are given thyroid,extract .
1 I MATERIAL Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 8.
c daily to bring' the rate at IS tVEEDEO

which the body processes work up' A:;YS. Name ...............................,

Colds may lead.to serious illness. If to normal. ,9'ikh"y ,i'y {vy THIS. bag was planned who as,a gift Address .............................
someone was
neglected!Rest-aroid exposure.And The symptoms of the overactive -
for usual cold miseries, take Grove's and underactive thyroid days in bed difficult enough with-

Cold prescription Tablets.-They're that Is,like a a multiple doctor's gland describe what should be called out having books, magazines and

medicine.Contain active medic- advanced cases. What about eases ;.. f. writing materials scattered about.
inal Ingredients-&lvo prompt, decisive .y aqxf
relief front all these cold symp where the symptoms arenot: so pronounced The bag shown here was madeof RHEUMATIC' PAINNeed
toms Headache-body aches; fever. ? a remnant of heavy cotton up-
nasal stuffiness. Take exactly
-directed. Get Grove's Cold Tablets In the. slightly overactive cases, holstery materials in tones of Don't not SPoil/oar Day-Ctt C-2223 after It Now
from known your to millions druggist as-for"Oromo fifty years Qui rest of body and mind is needed, green with a touch of red in the pain of muscular rheumatismand relieve -

nine" Cold Tablets. and in the slightly underactive cases pattern. The red was,repeated in other rheumatic pains. Caution:
Save Money Get Large!;anomySluf 'some stimulation of mind and bodyis the sateen lining. The sketch givesall Use only as directed. First bottle
needed. purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
the dimensions and shows how
and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223.
Physicians have been finding J the lining and the outside part

many children in whom nose and' were made. A coat hanger was

I.. throat infections, and ,also intestine cut down to measure 12 inches

disturbances and infections occur so from end to end and was placed AT FIRST

f often 'that they suspect some underlying SIGN OF A ,1C i
condition of the body as be- .",
May Be Hollow ing' the cause. Dr. M. H. Stiles in When the soldier talks about "the 0

"I've kept my head above water "Archives of Pediatrics" (children's skipper" he means his captain,
i cific squad won its first four games, )
eo far." diseases the head of his And 666
) states that because some company.
losing the fifth, a heartbreaker, ta
I. "Didn't you know wood floats?" children were having distension of unbeaten Southern California by a that's just what the title "captain" USE

the abdomen and other symptoms close 6-0 margin. means. It comes from the Latin 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS ,
pointing to a ''lack of thyroid juicein word "caput" meaning "head."

. r Double-Purpose ,the body, studies of the basal metabolism College of the Pacific, until now Another leader high in the Army

-5 were made in, a .group 'of ,little known athletically outside' its ,man's favor is Camel cigarettes-
Mf' 30 children and teen-age boys and own Far Western conference, in 1932 they're first choice with men in Gorillas Here

Laxative Gives girls[ in whom there were persistentcolds offered Stagg a lifetime coaching the Army. (Based on actual sales There are 16 gorillas in the Unit-

f, bronchitis and inflammationof berth. Stagg put Pacific on the records from service men's own ed States.

More SatisfactionDon't ears and of stomach and intestine.Of sports map, and today in his 11th stores.) When you're sending gifts

be satisfied Just;to relieve your the 30 children studied, 90 per season and his 54th year of coaching: from home, keep in mind that a
present constipated condition. Meet cent' had basal rates below zero or he directs a team that beat St. I carton of cigarettes is always most

this problem more- thoroughly by less, and 60 per cent had rates of Mary's Navy Pre-Flight, the Univer- welcome. And though there are b
toning up your 'intestinal system. sity of California at Los Angeles,
Post Office restrictions
r minus 10 on pack-
For this Double-Purpose, use Dr. or less, and for the,, whole
Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative group; the average rate was minus the University of California, and the ages to overseas Army men, you
Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa- 11. Alameda Coast Guard before losingto can still send Camels to soldiersin

\ tive.thoroughly It not, but only tones acts gently lazy bowel: and Of the 30 patients studied, 18 were Southern California. the U. S., and to men in the I.i' I.

\, muscles giving. more satisfaction. given thyroid extract. Of these 18, What accounts for Stagg's amaz- Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard

' ,. Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative Powder there were 15 who showed great improvement ing success this year? Good ma- wherever they are.-Adv.

helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour and only three were not terial is part of the answer. The

I Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that improved. Where, then, these symptoms navy transferred some outstanding ., "" .,..
i dull sluggish feeling' commonly referred backfield talent including several ;:' nirr';,:Yt :yi'r; i' 'ti v;.:; ': .ny
: to as Biliousness,when caused keep occurring, the metabolismtest J ;r. ,. ( ,L
by Constipation. Use only as di- might well be given. St. Mary's College players headedby I J; ,x
rected. 15 doses for only lOc. Large Pass Thrower John Podesto.
: size 25c. Adv.
family Excess Fluid in Body But a large share of the"credit IN THE TANK FORCES
goes to the "Stagg system. He

Puts Strain HeartWhen copies from no other coach. He conceived they :
-Buy War Savings Bonds- on the flanker at Chicago in 1918 say '

and it is a vital part of today's sys- DOODLE BUG"
the' heart is beginning to stem. He is using some of his /y for Army reconnaissance car 4.,

fail, the first symptom noted is oldest stuff, with a few, new twists,
SNAPPY FACTSABOUT shortness of breath after exertion, to trick his opponents. ; CM fVJd 1for radio man's head phones

and especially after eating. Palpi- Fyn"STONE CRUSHERS V I Il
I tation-hard: beating ,of the heart The Development Infantry

is another earlysymptom of a fail- "oldest stuff" is well
Stagg's CAMEL
with Xr
for the favorite
cigarette men
ing heart. Even lying down does not seasoned. The Grand Old Man of l i i.f'dR
riJrRUBBER ease the shortness of breath or quiet the game watched football develop '/ in the Army

\ down the palpitation for some min- from the kicking stage to the carry-

utes.Another ing stage to the passing stage. >rfs$ e.. :ysnc r: ;,:;}ir'o/'C',: "}elf k !
symptom to in yy )} nK : K
Ceylon, Africa and tropical appear He recalls the 15-man team and
America are expected to pro- early heart failure is swelling of the the era when the center-then called IT'S
vide the U.S.with 54,000 long ankles or of the other parts, especially .
the "snapperback"-had to the
tons of crude rubber during the liver. pass ball with his foot. There the
, 1943. In 1939, it is estimated, The first thought in the treatmentof
499,473 long tons of crude celebrated "maul in goal," when the / y
early heart failure is to reducethe ME EVERY
this runner and tackler might wrestle for
were imported by country -
amount of. work done by the
10 15 minutes over getting the
heart by resting more, strengthening ,
touchdown.He .
ball for
Para Brazil the first grounded a I
; was great the power of the heart muscle
rubber center. Founded In 1615,' yet quieting it if necessary. The saw the origin of the term FRESH FLAVOR
It became an Important port for "gridiron." The term was first used
drug used to strengthen the of
foreign trade about 1775. A hun power AND EXTRAMILDNESS
the heart is when the field was marked off in
digitalis which not only
dred years later It was the rubber
parallel stripes. ,He witnessed the '
slows steadies
: capital of the world. and strengthens the
heart action, but helps to drive the introduction of interference, once
Rubber obtained from a native strictly forbidden, and of the revolutionary -
water from the tissues. The work of CANY BEBEAT.
wild vine in the Belgian {
Congo made Leopold II of the heart is greatly reduced by reducing forward pass. 7 '
Belgium wealthy during the the amount of water in the Stagg was playing with Yale when .
1890-1910 period. Plantation tissues.In slugging was abolished. His was the

rubber development killed Southern Medicine and Surgery, day of superschednles. His 1894

the Congo vine boom. Dr. J. B. McLester, Birmingham, squad played 22 games. He coached
the noted food and nutrition authority during the ,period when indoor foot

makes the following suggestionsin ball was popular.Inventions .

the treatment of heart' patients.

,,v-,,,W&W : ", U*]? "Weigh the patient every day; 'increase -
>' ,' in weight is the first In 1889 invented the tackling
;(:< 11.iffi'Jffffi << M' i', sign of Stagg
;j I'," I // excess fluid in the tissues. The in- dummy. He was a member of the
I'ffi >'x ,, 4. >'u{,::; ',' v.W ifPk"tw :, in weight several first team to numerical signals. 4
f; @ ;;, ;:;< 0<< .n. : crease occurs days use
before the appearance of liquid- He was the first man to have the '

swelling-in the ankles and other quarterback receive the ball. His

B.EGoorich tissues. If the swelling (edema) is fake kicks always have been a head- FIRSr

present or if the weight increases, ache to opponents. The tacklesbackand

have the patient stop using salt in turtle-back plays, famous in IN THE SERVICe
his food and rest as much as possible their day, were his own inventions.His .

." Excess water in the tissues applications of the forward pass ;j/ With men in the Army, the Navy, the

must be removed by use of ammo- contributed much to ground gaining +c .'.N Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard;
I I II nium chloride, in 15 gram doses, strategy. He was the first coach to fix r the favorite cigarette is Camel. (Based

three times daily for three days, if number players for the spectators' {P; Y actual sales records.)
the low salt diet fails to remove it. convenience. on .

I ti
I i


The Clewiston News the free and sovereign control of I day. throughout the season. war veterans, to begin the seem-
their own affairs on the altar of Daily bag limits were fixed by the ingly impossible task of draining a
greed and selfishness, they proposethe State Game and Fresh Water Fish I piece of the southeast

Published every Friday Jn Clewiston, return to a sound policy of rea- (PLACE WITH FIRSTS commission as follows: Buck deer,I grow sugar cane. Senator Evergladesto Graham!

Florida, by CLEWISTON NEWS, son and common sense. one (two for season) ; wild turkey,I believes in the magic of Florida

TUC. As did a tempted Christ on the two (fjve for season) ; quail, '15\)\ land and he stresses the fact that he '

mountain, Collier County cries out: IN WAR EFFORT (200 for season) ; marsh hen, 20. and a number of the World War I
KEATIILKY BOWIJEX, Editor "Get Thee behind me, Satan!" and II (200 for season) ; squirrel, 15 (200| veterans who organized the first

wants- nothing to do with the glitter-' for season) ; geese, two; duck, 10 in-', American Legion Post in Hlaleah
Entered as second class mall matter ing gold dangled so temptingly before Sawdust has become an important eluding one wood duck, three redheads now have been made ,
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in it by a Federal Government in I product In the war effort with the ,and buffleheads, singly or in''I prosperous either
the Act ofMarch directly or indirectly by the
Florida, under land
Clewiston 3, 1897.Subscription the form of grants, appropriationsand discovery that it works well in the the aggregate; coot, 25, and dove,': developments in his own commun-
I' gratuities to be matched by "canister of the American fighting 10. I ity, and "there are 30,00"0,6oT) acresof
I equal funds and spent with wanton men's gas mask, according to Lieut. Florida land awaiting
Year development
Rnc $2.00 Per recklessness. I Col. Ralph Gould, Chief of the
Jesse McClelland by Veterans of this "
Advertising, Rate Oft Application. I.I Seeing in the nation's forty-five 'Chemical Warfare Service ,Branch, Senator Graham, now war.58, has
billion dollar debt an outlook for our Fourth Service Command --
(Continued from served eight years as Dade's state
future that is pregnant with danger I Formerly, activated charcoal produced page 1)
welfare -(
and senator. He
Devoted to the advancement was born in Croswell,
I and witnessing even in the face of it from cocoanut shells had been Monday night I talked with him and
of Clewlstoh and Hendry County. I I Mich., educated in hte public schools
the progressing schemes of theor- the ingredients used in the canisters, tried to get him to go home. The there and later

ists, dreamers and planners to buildit I Colonel Gould said, but after Pearl first time wa's earlier in the evening I State College and attended' Michigan
ever higher by means of further Harbor Army men started intensive and I called him outdoors and talked 'was graduated

NATIONAL EDITORIAL squandering of public funds through'I research to find a substitute, realiz- with him but he went back into the I His from wife the is Michigan the former College Hilda of Mines.
the creation of newer, bigger and ing that possibly the supply of this cafe. When I was called in the second I
I iSSOCIATION better alphabetical spending agen- ''raw material from the South Seas time I went in unarmed. When mons, DeFuniak Springs school

g .. lunIlrA-!cies and the regulation and regimentation might be cut off. Through ex ,I couldn't do anything with him I Daniel teacher,H.daughter Simmons.of Dr. and Mrs.
They have
I of the national life, I periments an activated charcoal from backed out of the door and got my Olle-
lit.-j son, Bobby, 7, who began grade
tle Collier, like Dayid facing sawdust, wood, coke and even coal gun out of the car. I 'kept telling school in Hialeah
I stands courageously alone and I was developed which is said to be him to drop that 'jack-not to hit this year. His ,

::::..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. shouts its righteous 'challenge. '- !:superior to that made from cocoanut me ,with it. When I was backed into Mrs.other Graham three children by the first!v
who died in 1934
condemning the nefarious ![shells in absorbing toxic gases.It the showcase he raised his arm. are
Soundly Phil
to strike and I shot." now a second lieutenant in the
RAMBLINGS practice of "pork barrel" demagogues -J is recalled that in World WarI I ( i. U. S. Army after enlisting as a pri-
I who, in Congress, in the Legislature the public was asked to save peach The shooting 'Occurred at 9:30 and vate and graduating from Officers'

By B. B. on County Boards and City I pits to provide gas mask ingredi- it was about ,3 A. M., Tuesday when Candidate School; Bill, an enlisted

(..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. I Councils, clamor for more and more" ents and receptacles were placed in operating McClelland room was, taken according from the private and now a U. 'S., Army aviation -
home public longer to Dr.
"for the deserving, folks back places. These are no cadet and a daughter
I and the chambers of commerce, required, it is explained, as Chem-j, Weaver. ,McClelland returned four now Mrs. Lon Worth Crow, Jr.,'
which I
The Clewiston Laundry, civic clubs and other'' groups who I ical Warfare Service has made weeks ago from South America whose husband is in the' Navy.
devotes, its entire time to doing torment lawmakers with demands great strides in protecting soldiers where he spent several months on a: Senator Graham
recounted that he-
cleaning and renovating so the rest for unnecessary and unneeded improvements against possible gas warfare. U. S. Engineering ,construction job. probably is first among those responsible -
of the town can be beautified is I I
face-lifting it- on the selfish,and for the election of, Governor -
undergoing a bit of of gettinga presumption that "if we don't getit Soldiers Will EnjoyThanksgiving Graham Announces J Spessard L. Holland and he
self. It is In the, process "
someone else will, Collier County praised the present
governor by
addition is say-
new ,front. A adjoining the of- spurns'such evil and by word and Feast (Continued from Page 1)) ing that his keen legal mind had
being southeast cornerof action points the way .to all who prosperous cattle, dairy and truck made possible a needed general lativrevision
fice space on the would throw off their chains and farms. and his tax structure
reforms -
which will add ma-
the building,
terially to its appearance and will regain independence. ATLANTA: Ga., No.,. 17-It's go- An engineer in the South Dakota have been a great boon to
Scorning the eager offers of ing to be turkey"with trimmin's on I Florida. "That job," said Graham,
give some needed extra space gold mines at the outbreak of World If
State and National Planning Boardsto Thanksgiving Day, November, 25, for \ f "has been done and done well. Nowis

help them think up new and novel I the soldiers at Army posts and campsin War 'I, Graham enlisted in the 309th the time for a practical and successful ,
The rain''which came along this ways to spend the people's money, the southeastern states-and engineers, U. S. A., saw 10 months business man to continue-

week gave a bit of much needed moisture !?- and kindly advances of other alphabetical -I there'll be no skimpy helpings. I service overseas and in 1919 came this good work by taking stock or
to crops, lawns and Victory 1 out as a captain. He now has two true
spending organizations Prepared menus,. released today at our resources and by realizingthat -
gardens. The! must be one of the to lend a practiced hand in scooping I Headquarters: Fourth Service Command sons in the service. Following the only in the closest cooperationand

driest seasons on record so far. I out the pork barrel, Collier ( show that there'll be 100 war he'' came to Florida as managerfor harmony between all sections of

County' refuses to burden its taxpayers pounds of turkey for every 100 men- a Pennsylvania Sugar Company, the state, can 'we bring to immediate

Local fans of Roy Acuff, popular I with one penny of additional and a pound, of turkey is, not a bringing with him the nucleus of a reality, the true prosperity'for ''whichour

director of "The Grand Old Opery" taxes, present or future, the admin- lunchroom sandwich slice of meatin crew of 1,000 men, most -of them state is destined."

broadcast for years over WSM, Nashville istration and expenditure of which. language. .

will be delighted to know their will not produce revenues and dividends Neither any will the boys be exactly ...............X-X..X..X..X.........X-X..X.........X..X..X..X..XK.X'.....X..X.....XK..X..X..X*.....

hill-billy entertainer has entered the ,commensurate with the tax., starved at breakfast on this holiday.I..: .',
race for Governor' of Tennessee. If I Commenting on the present day For the morning meal-just to :.: \ .

the voters flock to vote for him like trend toward postwar planning, whet' their appetites for the "big I' I: ,

folks down here did to see and hear I which for the most part is manifestedin feed" at''' noon they'll have: Oranges, Let Us, :.

him when he visited Clewiston the the blueprinting of innumerable dry cereal, fresh milk, hot cakes,I : t
outcome. of the race would be eVi-1 costly projects to be undertaken under -: bacon, toast, butter, sirup and : '\ .
,dent. the guidance and supervision oft coffee. '

State and Federal .bureaucratic agen-i You With ,,:: I
J And the mess sergeants are going : Supply ,
(..)o:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. cies and at the taxpayers' expense, ; to feed them in, the evening just + :t,: IT 1" '
the Collier County Commissioners I' like they hadn't had a belt-bustin' :: ; ;i
have this ,to say: | : \Y'I
meal at noon-and it won't be turkey
Too Late To Classify "It is our thought that, the people hash. That'll come later. For .
might well bring their power to bear supper they'll have: Cold cuts, sliced ':' ,,.'" '. ,

'By RUSSELL KAY on such Planning Boards ,to the end cheese, potato cakes, left over vege-! ;;. '

that they make the keynote of their tables, bread, butter, peanut butter, WINDOW CARDS .,.:- :ot.

'.":":":":":":":":":"r:": :":":":":":":":":":":":":. postwar. planning policy 'Every cocoa. I .'. \ --..'' ,I < :.p
State, Every County, Every Municipality ';'. *
must care for-its own'. I Here's the menu for that/ Thanks- :;:: RULED FORMS .I:; .:e

An :amazing document came out giving ,Dinner, traditional event in .. 7: iff .
of Collier County not long ago in the "Such may, and it is to be hoped I the Army: ': :

form "'of a report and declaration of will, bring revolution in the minds Fruit cup : .- LETTERHEADS .',, ': .;.," :,
policy by the Board of County' Com- not only of those of whom the WPA i Roast turkey with dressing and gravy t ':' -; \I,; '.. ..>
has Indoctrined badly but, more .:. .-: )
missioners. cranberry sauce
Following a detailed accountingof portant, in the minds of those' im-I Mashed potatoes buttered peas :!: ; ENVELOPES .,. ".<:' :

their stewardship, which reflected lessly elected to positions of fiscal I j Corn Tomato and lettuce I :: '" ."'; : J',' *

uncommon ability and manage- responsibility whose prime objectiveis Crisp celery Assorted pickles ;' ;' BILLHEADS -,," < .t
I : .. ;
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ment, with finances and operationsin to get new roads leading to Hot rolls Butter .:.' .':,, ''. ,', ;'-,.-.' '.'
healthy condition, these Commissioners friend ''John's 10-acre farm, new Pumpkin Pie */ '
a ::: .:."' HANDBILLSi <,i' 'i :
proposed to their people schools for Podunk Crossing, new Apples Grapes Candies Nuts .:. .," \):; ,t- I '... '.. ::...., .:.
that from hereon out Collier County construction of doubtful need but of I Coffee :: .,-;:* ,:.L .' < : 4.: ; ::t-., 'f.J >- :r;
should "resist, temptation" and, potent., value to a non-hardworking I .'. ,. {., TICKETS : ; -".. ..
standing on its own feet, assume electorate, etc., ad infinitum.. \ii'f '
Hunting 'SeasonContinued \ tf :
"Such will materiallyto :r } :
control of its own destiny. a policy help : : ', M ,
Pointing with alarm to the grow- stave off bankruptcy concomitant ... .'.:....... ( ,' <", ETC. -- ".11" '!.>'...' .,'- '.'

ing tendency on the part of our' lp- with social revolution, confiscationand ( from Page 1) I., :i: :

cal governmental 'subdivisions to'I inflation. to Feb. 15. Hunting permitted every,
relinquish, more and more of their "We are proud of what we have i day Nov. >20 to Nov. 30; ''prohibited I :: At a price surprisingly low :
rights and privileges and sacrifice I been able to accomplish within the
I IL"I Mondays and Tuesdays, Dec. ,1 to 'Y.

I Feb. 15, in the first, fourth ,and fifth I .:. '2
(! districts. Hunting permitted every I g

day throughout the season iri the _- ::
third district. dr: ; ""I :::
Catholic InformationWHAT
I I Marsh hen-Sept. 15 to Nov. 30.. :

Hunting permitted day through X
I every f
the season. j

--- 360,000,000 PEOPLE BELIEVE I ,The open season on geese, duck i,

I and' coot was fixed Nov. 2 to Jan. I t alityPrinting I

10, with hunting permitted every
In every nook and corner of the world there are Roman II :
day during the season. The dove :
Catholics-360,000,000 all told-all holding the ,same religious I
will be
season Dec. 1 to Dec. 30, with :::
beliefs-all practicing the same Faith-all willingly I'hunting prohibited on Mondays and :i: I. .. .:. l

under the religious guidance of the same leader, the Pope. I Tuesdays except in the third district, ::: ,.'>:.

These people form a cross-section of every country o( the I where shooting is permitted every':$ f
I ,j ji
world-the rich the humble the proud the ignor- II I
poor, the I I II I PHONE 39
ant, the wise-each one satisfying his soul's demands throughthe
) county by reducing the heavy load
Roman Catholic Church I of taxation you bear, but we fully :_: OUR REPRESENTATIVE t:

: Wouldn't it be interesting for ,YOU to know what these realize that, after all, our work has 1 ',' ....

people really do, and do not, believe-this vast world army, I that been it a will'Primary be necessary School' merely for you and to X WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU ..i *{

nearly, twice as large as all other Christian sects combined. .:. -', ':
pool your brains with those of thousands I .: ':
What you have heard about the Catholic Church, since of others like ,you throughout]' ,_ .

your school days up to the latest magazine you have bought, the land in 'University' fashion to II ::: I ':.'

very likely comes from sources, either ignorant of Catholic prevent your' load and their load f r ,. :::

belief, or anti-Catholic in sentiment. It is only just to hear becoming so heavy as to cause total :;:: LET US ESTIMATE ON ::

both sides of any, story and it is with the thought that you National collapse and ruin. ':' I : .:.
"With your help, 'Collier County :: YOUR NEXT ORDER : .
actions If
will read our brief statements on Catholic beliefs and ; .
Cares for Her Own' will remain nail- '' .)
that we publish these little articles. Will you do us the : \
ed at our masthead. That every
courtesy of reading them each week? And will you write us county in the nation may adopt a 'v' ._.

concerning things Catholic which seem to you to be againstour similar watchword is in our opinionthe $ .:.

country. against yourself, .or against common-sense itself chief hope of taxpayers for the 'y' '{ 'f.'

?' We, assure you that our reply will be brief, courteousand postwar period." '_,' '...

to, the point. Write to: I A Congressional Medal for Honor .y ._,
might well be placed on the breastof .
each of the five patriots who _:: THE CLEWISTON NEWS ./, :j:
signed the above document, for :
Clewiston, Florida they, too, lead the fight against the 'v;,0 'J.' .
!I evil forces of madness and destruc-,

'c t iI I i tion. !I cOxo.xoo- ( :+:- ):(.;.;..:( x..: 'X-x.x.<'<<*,



I MRS L."WEINER S. BELL GRILL'ENTERTAINSWITH TUESDAYMrs. Donna Martha Gayle Jean Nowling Martin,, Frank Ronnie Stroud Wyliet, RATIONING We pay 1 15 cents each for

[ Jimmy Pitzen, Jennings'Ezelle, Jane CALENDARMeats, fish. Write 'Florida .
f [ Personals J JMr. I. S. Bell, Jr., entertained informally Lee, :Martha'Hare, Christine Hutson, gar -

I Tuesday evening for some Allen Lingham, Boyd Vorhees' and I Fats: Brown stamps G, Biological Supply-
of the servicemen who are at home Alfred Gericke.,. H, J and K expire Dec. 4. j I
Ion furlough. The party was planned Whistles were distributed as favors -, Canned Foods: Blue XY and ZI Company, Sarasota, Fla,

and Mrs. C. H. Settle of Moore' as an outdoor supper at the Ley- 1.0.I youngsters. (Book: 2) expire Nov. 20. Green Zl for
Haven spent Sunday here 'with Mr. j dig home, but rainy weather forced I B and C (Book 4) expire Dec. 20. ) particulars.
and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. I the group Center.to use the Sugarland .Recreation .............................................................................................. 5 Sugar: No. 29 (Book 4)) 'good for
I pounds through Jan. 15, 1944. ,
,. Mjs.: D. G. Alston and daughter, .I The guests were Misses Margaret ,Shoes: No. 18 (Book 1) valid 'in-
i VonMach, Barbara Morrison, Martha'' definitely. Plane stamp No. 1 (Book EXPERIENCED
Miss Martha Nell, spent a few days ...
, in Miami the latter part of the week. I I Nell Alston, Roberta Spicer, and I II With 3) now valid.Gasoline DRESSMAKINGLIMITED
, Private Richard M. Patterson, Corporal : A-8 coupons expire
:, of Miami.I George Bestor, Lieutenant Bob Feb. 8.Fuel. I AMOUNT:: OF WORK
Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley
Beardsley and Major Richard Bes- Oil: Period 1 good I TAKEN
; spent the week end in Clewiston Our Boysin I coupons
! visiting Mr. and Mrs E. E. Kelly. tor. through Jan. 3.Validity Call Mondays Thru Fridays Only
j j'I I I

Penn Dawson, of the Office of i: COCKTAIL PARTY HONORSSERA'ICEMEN the I Dates for lirown Stamps I PHONE 28
was ON FURLOUGH OPA has dhtes
Price Administration in Tampa I annouriced when
a business visitor in Clewiston Fri- I ah four more sets of brown stamps in I J
I 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor enter- .*
Book 3 will
day. be good for buying;
/ [:tained with a cocktail party at their Service rationed meats and fats. With expiration j. M. COUSE

A. J. Kinsey, Jr., arrived this week j I home Sunday afternoon, complimenting -, dates they are: I Counselor and Attorney at Law
from Fort McClelland, Alabama, fora :' their two sons in service ) L--16 points, valid Nov. 21; expires Hopkins Building
visit with his wife and his par- who were at home on furlough z r Jan. 1. '

ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kinsey, Major R. J. Bestor and Corporal M-16 points, valid Nov., 28; ,expires Wednesdays and Saturdays
Sr.l, George C. Bestor.. Jan. 1. A larve number of friends of the N NNNN N-:.:M..:N N-:MN M-:NM f.:NNNNIN, , : ,
I Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson were' 'I N-16 points, valid'Dec. 5; expires )
family enjoyed the Bestor's hospi- I
visitors in Tampa Thursday, accompanying Jan. 1.
( tality and an opportunity to greet Friends of Hurd L., Reeves,. form- .
their son, Private RichardM. P-16 points; valid Dec. 12; expires -
the men who are leaving Sunday to erly associated with the U. S. En-
fordu't Jan. 1.Revised .
Patterson, who reported I I
f )? after a furlough, at home. rejoin, their units. gineers here, will be pleased to learn Johnson's Fish ,Camp t
that he has been promoted from rri"c I
for Dairymen Near Hurricane Gate
First Lieutenant'to rank of Cap- ( )
Mr. and Mrs F. W. DeLozier left I PRIZE tain. This promotion was made Revisions in maximum prices!, Clewiston, Fla.
afternoon for their home in
Tuesday on the battlefield, somewhere in ,which milk dealers may pay to milk, Boats a'nd Motors-Guide Service I
I Connellsville Pennsylvania, after a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Ley- ; Mrs. J. E. Beardsley won first Italy. His ,, firstf sergeant was also producers in the southeast' have been Rates Reasonable
dig and family. prize at the bridge club Wednesday promoted to Second Lieutenant at announced by Chauncey W. Butler,I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
the time. district director of the Florida diStrict -
afternoon at the home of Mrs. F., same '
I I Mrs. William-H. Lanier has returned E. Conkling. Mrs. W. C. Owen held Of course details of such eventsare of the Office of Price Admin-, I
second high, score. military secrets, but it would cer- istration. They became effective
weeks' visit with
i from a two Mrs. Conkling served pop corn tainly appear that Hurd's com- Nov. 15, but do not affect the retail
friends in Wilmington -
relatives and
had been seeing real ,price of milk in any respect. SEWING MACHINE SERVICE
,. N. C. Her mother, Mrs. Flora during play,' and later pumpkin pie pany some
Deans, returned with her for an ex- and coffee to Mrs Beardsley, Mrs. 1 action and that they under his: j While the revisions apply in Parts for All Makes
tended visit. Owen, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. F. I leadership, had acquitted themselves -i varying ways in different markets,
Deane Duff, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. | with credit and honor Mr. Butler explained that the intentof Buttonhole AttachmentsUsed

Mrs. Kathleen M. 'Richards of N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. C. J. Niel- Hurd is known to be serving .in I the regulations is to provide milk MachinesBox
sen and Mrs. Otto Larsen. General Patton's Army. purchasers with the means for level-
West Palm Beach, was a visitor in 1 11 Belle Glade
ing out price inequalities existing
Clewiston Wednesday. Mrs. Rich-
ards is secretary of the Girl, Scouts MR. AND :MRS.: R. Y: PATTERSONARE A letter from' Owen Winn, "Some-I' (Continued on Page S) I
where in the S. Pacific" dated Oc- -----
of the Palm Beaches, and made a . . . . . _____......_.._.... .
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talk at the Clewiston Kiwanis Clubon tober 21st arrived Monday.. He y NNNNN:i..i:iiMNNNNN:_:N:..:N:ANN:_:..:N:..:NNNNNH:_: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-:01.

I Girl Scout work. Mr. 'and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson had writes: "Finally the News is com-
their Thanksgiving Dinner Wednesday ing in pretty regularly. Since I've

:Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones spent evening, while their son, been overseas I receive more of the
the week end in Jacksonville with ard, was home on furlough. RiCh-I papers than I did while in the states. HATS BLOCKED i 1H

relatives, Mrs. Jones remaining fora who shared the dinner 'with I'm way out here on one of Uncle ;
longer visit. Their daughter, Miss were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Sam's islands and I've looked all I
:Marianne Jones, came over from and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, 1Iiss'1Iargaret I over the place fbr Wilbur Goff and
Florida State College at Tallahasseefor VonMach, Miss Barbara Morrison,I Dick Hooks. It seems as tho' every

the week end with friends in Corporal George Bestor and Major I one else that comes out this way We have just installed equipment :::
Jacksonville. Richard J. Bestor.CLEWISTON. happens to run into them. They'renot .
I I here. I don't, believe.

Sergeant Pilot W. J. Greene, Royal i) COMMUNITY:: "Besides the column on the Boys t :_: for Blocking Hats and can 'give you good

Air Force, arrived Tuesday for aj I CHURCH in Service, I also enjoy the Ramb-I
visit of several days with Mr. and David C.. Hancock, Pastor ling column very much. I always ... work. ..:
.Mrs. Hansel McDuffie and family..:1 I 4 "" ---- enjoy taking time out: and reading' t '
Formerly a cadet at Riddle Field, i SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 1943 the news. Gosh, we've got lots of Don't forget we take orders for :

Sgt. Greene is now stationed in Ontario Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Dr. boys overseas now, haven't we? y *
Canada, and has a fourteen E. Gericke, superintendent. "Most of the boys over here are
day leave. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. 'C'I saying (not seriously tho') 'See the : Tailor Made ClothingORDER t
Special'music by the choir. Golden Gate in '48', but I'm look- I

Among the LaBelle fans who attended -]i r mon subject: "Why Give Thanks?" i]ing forward to seeing it in '44. ... ...
the football game in Clewis- Choir rehearsal Thursday at 8:00 : "Our boys: are giving them hell j
ton Friday evening were Elizabeth p. m. 'all over the world, now aren't they? :: NOW FOR CHRISTMAS ::
Taylor; Irma Townsend, Esther Hill, On Wednesday evening, :November Tell all the boys everything is going .t. :.

Helen Murray, Kathleen Maddox, 24, at 7:30 p. m., there will be' a fine over here.." :;: DELIVERY. .:!
Jim Maddox, Mrs. George Burchard, Union Thanksgiving Service in the ? ?
Mrs. Glen Dyess, Mrs._ R.. E. Burch-I I Community Church. Rev. H. C. From the Headquarters, of Prisoner A
arc and children. Meador will preach the sermon. of War Camp at Fort A
[Everyone -cordially invited. Ga.., comes notice that Sgt.Benning'l

,Rev. Nevin'H. Schaaf of the Coral 1 I I L. Burke is now assigned
Gables, Presbyterian Church, Rev. .II LIEF JOHNSON CELEBRATES I clerk of the personnel section of I W Eo CASSIDYf
Alexander Linn of the Coral Way of War. Headquarters, Fort' o
Church and Rev. W. K. C. Thomsonof Benning, Ga. .:: \ .:.;
the First Presbyterian Church, of I Johnson celebrated his third Sgt. Burke is the son of Mr. and
Miami, were in Clewiston Tuesday I birthday with a party given by his Mrs. Hilton H. Burke, of South Bay, :: CLEANERS : :

evening ,to conduct installation serv- mother, Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, at their I Fla. He attended LaBelle High ? ..-
home Tuesday afternoon. School .and Inverness High School. ?.
ices at the Clewsiton Community I I .:.
Church. The children played indoors, due i iII Before entering the army he was invoice :;. MOORE HAVEN \ FLORIDA ;<;

BIRTHS II to the inclement of Jello weather and birthday,and refreshments for clerk Clewiston and assistant Motor Company.bookkeeper NNNNNN. . .. .MNNNNNNNNMN. . . ..NNM.. .. ..MN.. ..........-......-..-..-..-......-......-..-..........-..-..-........:..:NNNNN:MNNN-:-

Mr. and Mrs.. Warren Reid are I was cake assisted were served.in entertaining Mrs. Johnson the 1942 Following, at Camp his Blanding induction, he July; spent 17,, ............._......_.._.._.._......_......_......_......_.._.._.._.._......_.._......-..-..-...-..-......-..........-..-..-..-......-..-......-....:..:..:-:..:-:..,:..:..:..

parents of a 6 pound 10 ounce son, {youngsters by Mrs. H. R. Hall and i 16 months at the camp in clerical
Warren Stewart, who was born in i I :Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. I work. He was recently assigned as CLEWISTON j jI

Victoria Hospital, Miami, on Oc-i I The guest list included Lamar I II : chief clerk of the personnel section
tober 26th.A I McLendon, Marjorie and Warren of the Prisoner of War Camp where' 1

| Brown, Helen Prewitt, Marilyn Hancock -,;' Italians captured in the Sicilian !IAA GOLF COURSE i'i'f f fII '

baby girl, Lynn Terry, who I[ Harriet Magill, Bobby, 'Geor-i! campaign are interned. II I
weighed 8 pounds 11 ounces, was II gia and John Weetman, Karl and!I
born to Mr. and Mrs. Keene Lang- Erik Larsen, Matthew and David ,: A card from Hub Spooner gives a
horne at Jackson Memorial Hospital, :Prewitt, Sandra Jones, Bonnie Faye j i j change of address that leaves little II ; ::
Miami.' I!Durrence, Glenda Sue Etherton!; room for doubt of his trip overseas ;f .
w i iI iI I now. It's care the Postmaster, New
I I York City. Hub, who is Staff Sergeant l : -
has expected to leave for
I, some overseas destination for weeks. _;. .Ideal Weather for Your -' :t!
I : ..

: ,FOR YOUR '1943 I The Bestor boys, Major R. J. ::i: ii' Favorite Exercise I :*:
Bestor of the Field Artillery and .t. .:.
Corporal George Bestor of the Signal I

1 I Corps, will leave Sunday after a ten ..t._. f'.-.-.........................-.....-.....-.-....... .s' .....
day visit at home. Major Bestor, A y:
who at 25 is one of the youngestmen A

: HUNTING LICENSESSEE a Field of his Artillery rank, has School been 'attending at Fort :._i:. ,' .' Good GreensMeet '.:.:

;, \ Leavenworth and leaves to report to .=. I ...:.
Yuma, Arizona,-the desert train- .. j.
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ing center. George returns to .t. .-... .. ........ ..-..... ..
Camp Sibert, Alabama. I..f. :
A ,
i -, *
I A .
I II" Jimmie Elmore, who is a :;: Your Own Friends There :
/ in the Marines, is now :.
privatE"1 ..
J. :
I I the Southwest Pacific, too. .. \ I .:.
writes that he has not seen bi :
ian nor a white woman in three :i: :::
,months,. so he really must be at one .
E. ?
Mills.f\ndMrs. I'of the outposts of civilization. .!. I ':.
f' I ?
I[ Wodrow Parsons, son of Mrs. J.
K. i S. Parsons, is now a sergeant with ::::: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP :

J. Rogers the air corps somewhere in India. A.


Does your boy and girl in the I i

service get The Clewiston News? .:--------------------w-* ,* : ;..:..;..x;.






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d Q w lW1 I'1rPolitics WUMifl THE CHEERFUL CHERUB -!


The one* who trek the
Seen Key in 0
as 1a ws in careless moments,

DR W EA OAI heir wicked souls may have

Farm Subsidy ProblemAcceptable a"3t ,some sawing le/ ven.

But the ones uho rattle
f Washington, D. C. The Private PapersOf
RUSSIAN RELATIONS IMPROVEThe a Cub Reporter: programs ct fc. concert

Compromise Lacking; PresidentialVeto diplomatic grapevine reports Not long ago I lost a friend. I know tKey Ci"
; that inter-Allied relations with Rus-
Bernie died Many people aver ne.ve.roJ
Forecast for Any Banning Use ap .. sia are going pretty well now. Thisis liked Ben Bernie. Because Ben to ,heaven. 1"Q
} certainly true on the surface, and Bernie liked many people Ben go
Of 'Economic Stimulant.: while some irritations have occurred had more than acting talent Itc"1
below the surface, both sides have The fact is-the easy good nature
shown a real' tendency to try to get known to millions of Americans was '

By BAUKHAGENews along. not an act ./A human being him- 1'A
Analyst and Commentator. Most serious sub-surface irritation 'self, he really loved his fellowmen.Ben S.
was over the Mediterranean Council,
Bernie's life was an exampleof WNU Features.
WNU Service, Union Trust''Building:, purely political. They say the Re- through which Russia, the United the opportunity America offers a
Washington, D. C. publicans naturally take the side opposite States and Britain were to confer regarding son of poor immigrant parents. And
The administration is in the midstof to the administration because Italy, North Africa and the his death is an example of the devo-
one of its fiercest contests to "hold they can win some farm votes as.. Balkans. tion these Americans have for their CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
the line" against stabilization. It is champions of higher prices to farmers : The Russians, snubbed earlier in country.

the old question of subsidies for farm if they take this stand. On the the summer regarding preliminary Ben was warned by his doctors
products and it looks like a fight to other hand, they believe that the Italian armistice terms, took the that his bond drive engagements and
anti-subsidy bill will be vetoed Mediterranean Council seriously and
the death. The house agriculture his many, many appearances at
committee, with Representative eventually and the Democrats say appointed as their representative An- Army camps and war plants' were FEATHERS WANTED
Steagall and others swinging over to the veto will be sustained. If so, drei Vishinski, the famous prosecutorin too much for his strength ,But
the Republican side, is backing the the Republicans will not be criticizedfor the Russian purge trials. This Ben kept on And he died. FEATH ERS Prices. 41 Tears: Satisfactory Top
supporting a measure which is was the equivalent of sending the Dealing Ship Erpreu or Writ
would the
bill which renew appro- 'How much PILLOW MFC.CO,2219 Cole St
his Street
bit helped cannot Louis Mo.
for the Commodity Credit, defeated. And the Democratic sup- most outstanding member of the ,
priations of course, be measured But this
corporation and cut out the subsidiesto port in the house agriculture com- U. S. Supreme court or the leading
we know. He continued in the
mittee, subsidy supporters was"bought" lawyer of England. fight
distributors and say
processors, Fame LiteratureFar
against the orders ,of., Government Through
direct cash aid to farmers. The by allowing the present Vishinski is a man of national
legislation expires in Janu- subsidies for the products grown in stature, capable of making Mediter- authorities, his doctors and the en-
treaties of his family Andnowhis more women have achieved
districts of the who ranean decisions without 'consulting
A veto is taken for congressmen
ary. presidential effort is ended Because over a place in history through literature
granted for bill banning'the use supported the bill, to stand. Moscow.- But to represent the Unit-
of subsidies.any Administrations sup- The administration followers say ed States on the Mediterranean and ,beyond the call of duty, Ben than through any other field of ac-

porters believe that such a veto can that it seems strange for the Re- Council, Secretary Hull sent Ed Wil- Bernie tried to give his country more tivity. A survey which covers the
of 863
be sustained, 'but they see a tough, publicans to raise a cry against sub- son, U. S. ambassador to Panama. than he had. occupations the eminent womenof
past ranging from revolu-
bitter fight ahead. sidies when tariffs are subsidies. Wilson 'is a thorough-going, compe- ",
The key to the whole difficulty is They mention the sugar "subsidy." tent diplomat who can handle any Our "feud" with Ben Bernie start- tionists to queens, discloses that
violent partisanship. Successful politics -I As for complaint that the subsidyon routine job and handle it well ,But ed in 1931 The sponsor of the 337, or 39 per cent of them, be-
is like successful living-in the : agricultural products would not almost no one outside diplomacy cigarette firm for which I rode the came famous as authors.

family, in the community, in the reach the farmer, they call attentionto Panama has heard of him. He has Magic Carpet (with orchestras from
world-it depends on the ability, to the milk' subsidies at present in no national stature and he cannot act all over the world) suggested that
compromise. In this fight, there operation where the man who milks on his own.Immediately. the show needed some humor I
seems to be no"one able to work out the cow gets the subsidy direct. it developed that Wil-. borrowed an old stunt that workedso fl SATFIR'9
an acceptable compromise. Alreadythe Meanwhile, we know that the cost son was to act as a, glorified mes- well with Mark Hellinger with
feeling is bitter. of living has already gone up. We senger and report everything backto whom I "feuded" Phoning Ben
know that we need full productionof Washington. The British repre- at the College Inn in Chicago, I told
Cost of LivingComplicating foodstuffs. We know that many sentative was to do the same.> In him that on 'the next broadcast I

the problem is, as farmers can't get the feed requiredto other words, Churchill and Roose- was going to read a telegram from
usual, labor's insistence that the cost raise the stock or to fatten it to velt were to'make the decisions, and him It was for the orchestra
of living has gone up higher than its most efficient weight. for slaughter. the much publicized Mediterranean leader (Duchin) and it said: "Just tlajSNEEZE
statistics show, that the Little Steel Council was to be a mere reporting heard first broadcast i with Winchell.
formula is no longer a fair yardstick, Payment of any money out by the agency. You were wonderful! Can get you r:
for wage increases since decisionsof treasury does mean more money in This' immediately roused Russian $5,000 at State-Lake Theater with
the War Labor board, plus in- circulation but the subsidy pro- wrath. They had welcomed the Winchell and $10,000 WITHOUThim Put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up
sistence of the director of stabiliza- ponents point to the kind of inflationwe Council, appointed a top man. So !" I told Ben I would then each nostril at the very first sniffle
tion, hold down wages while the ad- get when prices aren't controlled. for a moment they considered with- tell one on him-and from that date or sneeze. Its quick colds action helps

ministration has not carried out its The administration says it is betterto drawing. However, for the sake of on-every man for himself! prevent developing.many Follow VICKS
promises to roll back the living control a few processors and distributors Allied harmony, they stayed on and Swell, he said, go ahead And
costs. even if Uncle Sam has are giving the Mediterranean Council you know the rest -. Anyway, indirections folder. VA-'IIO-NO&
The farm organizations and the to snoop into their books to see he a trial. that's how, it started.
processors and the distributors oppose isn't cheated, than to let that vicious .

the roll-back. They don't putit \spiral of prices and living costs startto POOR 'PA' WATSON Robert Ley, the Nazi'party's prob- Pictures Train-Soldiers-; -
that way. They say they oppose mount. f, Toughest job White House Secretary lem drunk, got sober enough the'other -
subsidies for rolling back consumer In the next weeks you will heara Maj. Gen. Edwin ("Pa") Wat- day to have a good scare. He The motion pictures made and
prices. They argue that subsidiesto lot more of these arguments. son of 'the White House secretariathas I began to sort of realize that it's get- used by the war department to
increase production and support to tackle each day is keepingthe ting down toward the pay-off-and train soldiers in scores of subjectsnow

prices in a free market are all right Food ContributionThe President's appointment sched- things aren't looking too good for total more than 1,000 films and
-and are horses of another color. other day when I stepped into ule on time.Frequently. him To save his skin he tossed are being produced at the rate of
The President difference. FDR will sit about one every 24 hours.
sees no the broadcasting studio just as the talking to the Nazi master race theory into the
Subsidies which permit the govern- Farm and Home Hour had ended, I an old friend for 15 or 20 minutesover ashcan That was just campaignstuff
ment to buy up commodities or found some cookies, some Brown the allotted time, and that he scoffed, and shouldn't be
make loans at a minimum price Betty and a meat loaf sandwich wait- snarls the White House schedule for taken seriously. We're all good fel YOU 7 looks MorolinHairTonic.Keepa better groomed with

when the market price dips below ing. These samples had been saved the rest of the day. las together, he orated, and we're HAIR unruly hair in place.
that figure are all right, say the farm from a more, elaborate layout of This is hard on the general's nervous just loving everybody to pieces ..Gives lustre. Big bottle,
bloc, but, they claim, the "new" good things made with beans system, especially when bigwigs It happens that lush Ley is head of ALWAYS only 25c. Sold everywhere.
subsidies go further than that in that which had been the subject of the from the war or navy departmentsare the Nazis' labor dep't, and from

they mean payments direct to the F &, H broadcast.I waiting to discuss military mat- where he sits he can get a worse set I Leopard vs. ChimpanzeeWhen
and distributor and also ters. On such occasions Watson is
processor of d.t.s than he ever collected from attacked
by a 'leopard, a
ate them
buying and selling by the govern- with pleasure. Al- not above barging in and breakingup schnapps He knows that there I chimpanzee can overcome its as-
ment. This, they claim, is in itself though the meat loaf was 25 per cent the conference.The .
are 12,000,000 prisoners of labor in
sailant its
by biting
it paws.
grits tasted like
soy ; exactly meatto
inflationary because it means pay- other day when the Presi- the Reich, and 12,000,000 able-bodied,
ments out of the treasury. They say me. The cookies and the Brown dent's old friend, Governor Bob Kerrof enemies represent a lot of hell when
they don't believe that the money Betty were excellent. Oklahoma, was overstaying his the time comes to raise it. -
will get back to the farmer, that it Soy flour and soy grits-the bread time-through no fault of his own- DON'T'LETCONSTIPATION
means "grocery bills paid by the had some soy flour in it-are both Watson walked in and began to pa.
government," with very little real on the market ready to contribute rade nervously about the room. The big weakness of Ley's scheme

saving to the consumer, and finally, vitamins, mineral, protein, vim and "Well, here's the undertaker, Mr. is that the soldiers are going to SLOW YOU UP
which is the real rub, it means too vigor to our food, reducing the con- President," grinned Kerr, catchingthe bring in their own accusations ,. When bowels are sluggish and you
of They saw the Nazi idea at work in feel irritable, headachy, do millions
much government control. sumption scarcer and more expensive hint. "If one of your callers getsso as
Italy frinstance Farnsworth do-chew FEEN-A-MINT
A the modem
products. of from
he doesn't 'Pa' will
Subsidies and VotesOf move, move Folwell and John Lardner reportedthe chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
20 to 25 in "
per cent meat and still him. FEEN-A-MINT before you go to bed,
butcheries of the
course, there is the point that having almost identical food valuesis Roosevelt laughingly motioned ex-master race taking only in accordance with package*
the politician doesn't like to mention nothing to be sneezed at. Watson to a chair. at Cajazzo, and if that crime isn't directions-sleep without being dis-

-nobody who depends on votes Soy, it is pointed out, is not a "Sit down and talk to us for ,avenged, then victory will lack relief turbed., helping Next morning feel gentle, thorough
wants to be in a position later on of substitute but a supplement to other awhile, general," he said. "We're something This wasn't war. FEEN-A-MINT.you good again., is handy Try
having to remove those benefits. An- foods and you would be surprisedhow having a very interesting conversa- It was mas.sacre for Nazi pleasure sand economical.A generous family supply
other point, not stressed, is that subsidies many tasty dishes can be pro- tion." The Nazis evacuated' the town,
to processors mean that the duced with it. The Bureau of Human With a sigh, Watson took a chair. then sneaked back and slaughteredwhole FEEr1AIrTtos1OHealthful
--- government has a right to look into Nutrition and Home Economicshas families, women and children
the books of private industry.But a handy little pamphlet contain- BACK TO NORMALCYIndustry's included especially women'and
to the President it is subsi- ing recipes and children As Lardner points out,
you can get one by eagerness to get backto Alaska
dies inflation. At writing to the bureau of the it lacked even the excuse of a lynch-
or recent
a press care peacetime operation is seen in Alaska is regarded as the health-
and radio conference, the Presidentsaid department of agriculture, Washington the deluge of mail received by the ing frenzy. It was methodical. It iest of all the war fronts-no body
that he got the head of the Farm D. C. was more than two miles over hilly
chemical division of WPB. Themeof lice, tetanus, malaria, or bed bugs.
Bureau federation, Edward O'Neil, There are recipes for mint loaf, every letter is: Unlace the country between them and the victims' -
to admit that letting prices go up ina chile con carne, suggestions for use straightjacket and give us a chanceto homes The Huns marchedthe
free market, which the govern- of soy with vegetables when they are expand. distance because they enjoyed WNU-7 45-43
ment says would have to be the alternative served as a main flish; soy in sauces This pressure hits the chemical killing the helpless. It was a crimeso
of the subsidy if the farmerwas and mixed with cereals to give a division more than any other becauseof incredibly horrible that Folwell]
to get the incentive for in- richer protein diet-many suggestions the tight control which that divi- didn't dare broadcast it ..until .he

. creased production, would mean a for making what you have go sion has exercised over the industry, checked and double-checked it.
little inflation. The President then further and accomplish more. and also because of the tremendous o.

told the story about the man who A Letter future of plastics and other develop- An acquaintance would have you
took just a "little" cocaine. He soon ments in the chemical field. believe he went into a restaurant May Warn of Disordered

became an addict.It Frankly, when I get, a letter that Controls are so tight that no ma- which advertised: "We Serve Every- Kidney Action
was then that a woman reporter makes me real mad, 'sometimes terials may be bought or sold with- thing!" and heard a drunk tease Irregular Modern habits life with improper Its hurry eating and worry and
known for her spicy questions, mention it on the air. I shouldn'tever out clearance with WPB, and in the the manager with: "Everything, eh? drinking-its risk of exposure and infec
asked if the President didn't think do it, Isuppose'.because I usu- course of getting clearance, the applicant Well, bring me an elephant steak!" tion-throws the kidneys.heavy They strain are apt on to the become workof
that if his measure was carried we ally get a flood of sympathy which must state a lot of intimate The manager countered: "Very over-taxed and tail to filter excess acid
might become subsidy addicts.. The perhaps I don't deserve but one of facts, about his business, including well-how many in your party?" and blood.other impurities from the life-giving

President didn't seem to think so. the best replies I ever had was froma buying price, selling price, profit, "One, me!" said the lush "Sorry You may suffer nagging backache;
He pointed out that agriculture has man in Spearfish, S. D., who wroteto and inventories.The ," was the tactful retort, "we can'tkill leg headache pains,,dizziness swelling-feel, getting eonstantly up night,
been getting subsidies since 1933. me as follows: real meaning of the complaintis a whole elephant for just one tired,nervous all worn out. Other sign
Whether or not there is danger in "Each morning at 11 a. m. MWT, I tune that the industry is not worried customer!" -. The beer shortagewill times of kidney burning or bladder, scanty disorder or too are frequent some-
any of this mild economic stimulant you in. Now, I may be mistaken, yet it about paper work so much as it is be ended 'soon. An important urination.
which the administration feels is a seems to me that at times you think some worried about limitation on profits. midwest brewer has a new patented kidneys Try Doan'f to Pill off harmful Doan't excess help body the
wartime necessity, everybody ad- of the letters you receive are 'hitting be. Under government control, pricesare formula and process, and will accept waste. They pass have had more than half m
mits that runaway.inflation must be .low the belt'which ha always been con' century of public approval. Are recom- ....
held down orders December .
sidered by the fact that sales all starting 1. mended by grateful users everywhere.
cowardly unjustified. But in
avoided if The a,
plicated possible. of whole com- great many cesa, if ice don't hit below the are limited to war needs, but' when Quiz Kid Joel Kupperman will do a Ask. your neighbor!
machinery stabilizationwas
this restriction is removed the demand second film for Republic Pictu
belt, we jus make a total miss as it seems es-
created to prevent it. that some of the stuff that is put out for for chemical materials will be at $3,000'per week. His first for Uni- 11.
The proponents of the subsidy plan its.to follow shous that there is NOTHING terrific, and profits 'will go throughthe versal got $2,000. The contract will
say that the fight against them is above the belt to hit at" ceiling. eventually get him 5 Gs par.




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Something Wrong I The Questions United States have been army generals -
Wife-That boy of ours gets more like I ? r
1. What river flows through three
you every day.Husband
: (meekly-Really? Whafi nn tz e European capitals?
I he been up to now? Li 2. What is a quern? The Answers
: I 3. What are the national colorsof 1. The Danube flows through
:f Night clubs have been described' Mexico?
<': as places where the,tables are re 4. In Vienna, Budapest and Belgrade. '
diplomatic service which is 2. A small
) served and the members aren't. hand mill for grind.
'.'. Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving1' the highest rank, ambassador, ing spices.
Here and There Menu minister or consul? 3. Green, white and red.

': : ,I The bride had finished throwing Tomato Bouillon 5. Which two countries of South 4. Ambassador.

;; dishes at her hubby, then started to cry. Thrifty Souffles America do not touch Brazil? 5. Ecuador and Chile.
': "But for one thing, I'd go home and Green Beans Parsleyed PotatoesHot 6. If you are served pomme de 6. Potatoes.
L stay with mother she said."What's Biscuits in
terre a French restaurant you 7. Seven-Washington Jackson
\: that one thing? demanded Lettuce With French Dressing would be
t her husband. eating ? W. H. Harrison, Taylor, Grant,
"Mother's coming here to live with Orange Sherbet 7. How many presidents of the Hayes and Garfield.
Chocolate Pinwheels
t, us. She's left. father!"
.. Recipes Given

".' Peace-Time Photos Help refrigerator so that it can be used I L Large-Size Vestee to Crochet j' I

p{ Allied Airmen in Raids and made up into cookies as needed:

, Gingersnaps. cents In coins, your name and address
i About 8,000,000 photographs and (Makes 10 to 12 dozen) and the pattern number.
t. motion pictures taken by American Due to an unusually large demand and
i and British tourists in enemy 1 cup molasses current war, conditions, slightly more
. ,. time is required in
Yz cup shortening filling orders for a
and enemy-held countries during .yfN ti
K few of the most popular pattern numbers.
peace years have been donated to 3'4 cups sifted flour. :
, the Armed Forces of the Allied VA teaspoons salt HOME NEEDLEWORK
530 South Wells St. .
Nations to them land- Yz teaspoon soda Chicago.BARBARA
t help identify
I A fragrant pot of coffee and a
marks Pathfinder. 1 tablespoon ginger
tasty cookies can do the job of en-
Many have proved very useful, .tertaining that a dinner once did Heat the molasses over low heatto

particularly the snapshot from if there's a spirit of friendliness and the boiling point. Put the shortening l
r which RAF bombers were able to plenty of good conversation. in a large mixing bowl, pour

recognize and destroy the ,Axis the hot molasses over the shorten- M' Jr ,
headquarters in Sicily, a hotel in Keep Up Morale ing. Stir until shortening is melted. r A yaa
, Taormina, just before the invasion ( Sift the flour, ginger, soda and salt -
1 of the island. Entertain Simply together and add to molasses mix-

t Even in WartimeEven ture. Mix thoroughly. Form into / #_

rolls on slightly floured waxed pa- rv 9f.
per and chill in refrigerator. Slice
if all foods were rationed I'd very thin and bake on a greased

How To Relieve still say, don't ration hospitality for cookie .sheet in a hot (425-degree) < .;
need the
we friendly get-togethers, oven 8 to 10 minutes.
refreshment and relaxation that being -

III with one's friends gives. ,.
Bronchitis ;.ynk. '
I' Dinners or entertainments with },yirF.wl.wrii:
stupendous foods are out of style :'
i. Creomulsion relieves promptly be- at least for the il\/ :
I cause It goes right to the seat of the t
trouble to help loosen and expel present, but that J iTAHWYCK \ '
It' germ laden phlegm, and aid nature doesn't mean you ; 'c1 I, S
r. to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed can't invite peapie 7 Borlesgt '

branes.Tell bronohial your druggist mucous to sell mem-youa over for a p N 4 star oE LadY o!lease, is oeU" t

bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding steaming cup of i UnitedJt1well..groomed, Who V
you must like the way It hot coffee and a the many llj'Wood starS ,
if $
quickly allays the cough or you are few simple but > ; .nronned T p0th I'O-Wder., t
< have back.CREOMULSION. Calox Ina :
to your money R tasty cookies. f.use Be Robbins

I 1 1 And, if, you wantto 5619 \ } = McK.essoConn tidgePost ,:
:pt .V y7t41 ;1 11
do things more 'r 01
f for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis T
elaborately, why, it's quite the thingto Cl\lOX PCWDLR '
ask ,Mrs. Jones to bring over an
extra supply of sugar or butter or t k My J Large-Sized Vestee z
Newspaper Letters canned goods if she has themandis Pr HE older woman sometimeshas J/J./ffi/ _

willing to share. difficulty finding.instructions -
Some years ago, when it cost 25 to make
Some time ago progressive din- a smart crocheted
cents to send letter mail Most Likely
a by ,
ners were quite the fashion. Now sleeveless vestee. This one was i
some people sent newspapers in- again they can become fun. The especially designed for sizes 38-40 "And when I "sing everybody

stead, at a much lower rate, and plan is to serve, let's say three Having friends over for dinner? I and 42. It is comfortable, well- claps their hands. "

underlined words to form mes- courses, and have each course at a They'll enjoy this light souffle put fitted and can be worn in the housein "Over their ears?

sages. separate home. It's a good ideato together quickly and easily with our winter heat-rationed rooms

have the homes within short walk- mushroom soup and chicken. and is equally comfortable for out-' Just 2 drops Penetro
ing distance of each other. Serve of-door wear under a heavy coat. Nose Drops in each

IRRITATIONS OF I soup or fruit cocktail at first home, *Chocolate Pinwheels. Make it of wool sport yarn in breathe nostril freer help almost you

Sun \ the main course at the next home, (Makes 3V& dozen) American Beauty, navy blue, Instantly, to give your
HI EXTERNAL CAUSEacne 1/ sifted flour Go DD head cold air. 25c 2V4
and then have dessert and entertain- cups brown or dark; green. times as much for SOc. .
pimples, bumps (blackheads), and ment at the third home.Applesauce Yz teaspoon double-acting Caution: Use only aa
ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve baking powder For complete crocheting instructions for directed. Always get
miseries with simple home treatment. Cake. the Larger Woman's Vestee (Pattern No. Penetro Nose Drops
Goes to work at once. Direct action aids (No icing needed!) teaspoon salt 5619) sizes include 38-40 and 42, send 16
healing, works the antiseptic way. Use Yz cup butter or margarine
Black and White Ointment only as di- 1 cup sugarY
rected.lOc.25c 50c sizes.25 years success. shortening Yz cup sugar U. S. Guest MansionSince Catgut From Spiders
Money-back guarantee Cir Vital In cup 1 egg yolk, unbeaten
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous 1 cup applesauce 3 tablespoons milk May 6, 1942, America's of- Silk taken from spiders provides
.. Black and White Skin Soap daily .
the best
1 egg. 1 square unsweetened choco- ficial visitors who could not be accommodated -! catgut.

1 teaspoon soda late, melted at the White House
have stayed at the near-by Blair
2 tablespoons water Sift flour once, measure, add bak-
>YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM 1 teaspoon cinnamon ing powder and salt, and sift again. House,mansion.now the government'sguest Irv kal tro icy

. Yz teaspoon cloves -n.Cream butter un-
. HOTFIAESIf Yz teaspoon nutmeg r til light,add sugar Among the score of foreign dignitaries LMON ORANGL '"' '
and their parties who have '
14 teaspoon salt gradually and ALMOND Y'F"
you suffer from hot flashes, 1 raisins cream together occupied the residence are King -- -
weak,nervous, cranky feelings, area cup until light and George of Greece and King Peterof
bit blue at times-due to the 1% cups cake flour Jugoslavia.
fluffy. Add egg
functional "middle-age" period Cream shortening and Add
peculiar to women-try Lydia E. 'sugar. yolk and beat
Pinkhamis Vegetable Compound applesauce and well-beaten egg. Add well. Add flour alternately -
I. to relieve such symptoms. Taken soda dissolved in water. Sift dry in- with milk, mixing well
regularly-Pinkham's Compound gredients and add to mixture. Foldin after each addition. Divide
helps build dough
up against
raisins and bake in
such distress. It helps nature! a greased into two parts. To one part, add
Also a fine stomachic tonic. Follow square pan in a moderate (350-de- chocolate and blend. Chill dough un-
label directions. gree) oven 1 hour.A .
til firm enough to roll. Roll .each
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S coMFDAUNDr nice type of cookie to have on half into a rectangular sheet, Ve inch

hand during these times is this one thick, and place chocolate sheet on

for oldfashionedgingersnaps. top. Then roll as for jelly roll.

The Chill overnight or until firm enoughto
recipe makes 10 f slice. Cut into eight-inch slices.

1N iw to 12 dozen"snaps" Bake on an ungreased baking sheetin fp
and the hot oven (400 degrees) 5 minutesor
dough keeps in- until done.
( =OUR definitely in theLynn .
"Cap-Bru h"Appl torfnakei"BUCKL ,Thrifty Souffles.
JUST A AF40' (Serves 6)

DASH IN FEATHERS.. GOMUNFARTHLl..y 3 tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca

OR, SPREAD p JRjpp Says: teaspoon salt

Hospitality Unrationed: Evenif 1 can mushroom soup

you're doing your entertaining 1 cup chopped chicken

in the kitchen you can do it up 3 egg yolks, beaten until thick and
right! Use a gay checkered clothas lemon-colored

I,, the background for your table 3 egg whites, beaten stiff
and a wooden chopping bowlas
Combine salt
tapioca, and mush-
the centerpiece for fall flow
room soup, of consistency to serve, ..
ers or highly polished fruits. Set in of double boiler. t J 1Vit
candles in small squashes. top Place over ,.- j
rapidly boiling water and cook 8-to \ d n C"N tm.A'$"k i'.ck }
f Have everyone help with the 10 minutes after water boils again, N
dishes after supper and then play stirring frequently. Add chicken You'
re helping
old-fashioned games such as slo- and stir until mixed. Cool slightly out ((4.. fI

gan contests, food favorites ,of while beating eggs. Add egg yolks + troops when you gave .,

famous people, food favorites of and mix well. Fold into egg whites. used fat in your kit.

the family, scramble names of Turn into greased baking dish. Placein a1, $ chen and turn it into
: kitchen utensils and have guests a pan of hot water and bake in a R
1 unscramble them. moderate (250-degree) oven 50 min- your meat dealer.

For children's parties, have utes or until souffle is formed. One pound ofat '

Mother Goose theme. Childrencan What are your problems in rationing? contains glycerine for '
come dressed as a Mother Write to Lynn Chambers for expert answers
Goose character and for enter- enclosing a self-addressed, stamped J.5 pound of gun aL
Get Into Action tainment have the child read the envelope for your reply at Western News powdcr.j _
paper Union, 210 South Desplainea Street __
For Full Victory! rhyme represents.. Chicago, Illinois. -

Released by Western Newspaper Union.

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Notes sorghum cane country, is not underi Removal of the 30 day limit ap-':recent Allied successes, Wesley M.I deemed according to law,. the property i
Rationing I described therein will
OPA price control except the controlled plise to: Angle, president of the Stromberg- highest bidder at the court sold house to door the i.
I mark-ups of wholesalers and. 1. Special shoe stamps dealers I
Continued from Page 5) I I retailers. Sorghum syrup is regarded -!} issue to customers when they are i ii the reduction of absenteeism and,' of December December, 1943, 1943., which Is the 6th day
:between markets where the same as 'an unprocessed farm -commodity -;i unable to fill an order for which a more output from industry. I Dated this 5th day of November, 1943

;retail home delivery price pievails.: j because most of it is produced ration stamp has been given'or when (SEAL) Clerk of WILLIAM Circuit Court T. HULL of ,

.:In no cases, he added, are prices toproducers at home. they accept the return of rationed Hendry County, Florida
I I Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26. ,
lowered. J shoes which can be sold as new
"This -action/' Mr. Butler said, I i I i }Footwear Rationing Eased; 2. Special shoe stamps which local FDR mss:

'is the result of many petitions!' A worker whose dealer is unable, boards issue to replace stamps -: Originally we NOTICE OF'TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR
:from milk processors _and distributors to fill his order for rationed rubber spent for defective shoes and stamps asked for 10 percent (Senate Hill No. 103)

that they be allowed; to without pay, .I footwear before the purchase, that have been accidentally. torn > in bonds; now we
-Jjjglier prices to producers 'certificate expires may leave the from ration books. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
increasing the ,retail price of milk." Dealers need considerablyI 'y. W. Perry, holder of Tax Certificate -
issuing'special shoe
certificate, with the dealer and get) No. 153 issued the 5th day of I
I i I
the footwear at a later date, stamps with the 30 day time limit August, A,. D. 1935. has filed same in i
'Spring Meat Is Assured I OPAl my office and has made application I
has announced. I removed must write on the stamp .
for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
Townspeople are assured a wider the number of the war ration shoe APPLICATION Said certificate embraces I
t Formerly, rubber footwear had to'' \ XOTICE OP FOR the follow- .
""variety of rationed meat next spring stamp that last became valid. Since TAX DEED ing described property in the County ,
be delivered the customer within : of Hendry, State of Florida ,
has announced a"borrow" (Sennte HIM Nib 103) to-wit: j
Tiy OPA which 30 after the certifi-1! airplane stamp No. 1 is the new cur- I SEH of SWVi, Sec. 34, Twp. 45 :
days purchase
plan whereby meat whole-I isl! rent stamps, the words, "stamp No. S, Rge. 29 E.
salers will be able to fill their stor- cate was issued. If the footwear NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That The assessment of the said property
ordered by mail, the postmark is:! 1" should be used. Customers will Harbro Realty Company holder of Tax under the said certificate issued was
freezers between now and mid- Certificate No. 278,. issued the 2nd
age then know that' the special stamp is day in the name of Unknown.
the peak period of meat considered the date on which the of September, A. D. 1940, has filed same Unless said certificate shall be. redeemed -
certificate is left with the dealer. I good for the same period. in my office and has made application according to law the prop.
output. The 30 day time limit will still for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Arty described therein will be sold to

Wholesalers who have the facilities Plenty-Of -TurkeysThe I; apply to all special shoe stamps that ,ing Said described certificate property embraces in the the follow-Countyof the door highest on the first bidder:Monday at the in court the month house .

to store meat will be loaned are issued by boards in hardshipcases I Hendry; State of Florida, to-wlt: I of December, 1943, which is the 6th'day .
ration points with which to "buy" ,civilian turkey supply, just because these extra rationsare 1 NEU-NWU-SWU, Section 23, I l of December, 1943. .
Township' 43 S., Range 34 E.
Dated this 5th day of November, 1913.
supplies, during the fall period of starting to come on the market, willj i only: for persons who urgently i I The assessment of the said property (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
This will give be almost as large as last year; the under the said certificate i issued was I Clerk of Circuit Court of
high production. need shoes.
in the name of Ruth R. Beardsley.
Hendry County Florida.
them a greater variety of meat for department of agriculture has an- When local boards issue a special I Unless: said certificate shall be re- Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26. -

retail 'sale 'next spring than would nounced, but this year's demand; shoe stamp to replace a stamp ac ---r-----

otherwise be possible during that will be larger, and shoppers should I cidentally torn from a war ration

period of low production.OPA put in orders early. book, such stamp will be marked '

'has announced that the ,OPA has established community! valid for the same period as the --You might
meats'for which point loans will be prices on turkeys in most stamp which was torn from the as

made'are veal, lamb, mutton and the the same as it has IPCalities'l book.

lower grades of beef. .It expects other kinds of poultry., Persons engaged in war work in ,

wholesalers to buy substantial ( '' foreign countries can no longer get

amounts of meat under the point- Special shoe rationing stamps special shoe stamps through an agent II I

'loan arrangement. which dealers issue to their customers and have shoes sent to them, but I'C

for refunds no longer have a' 30 i can still get shoes under regular export : ;. ; ; : 0 nless !

Sorghum Syrup Unceilingeil day limit but are good indefinitely, I provisions. Special shoe stampsto ? ,

Sorghum syrup, a delicacy of the the same as Airplane Stamp No. 1. send shoes to foreign countries

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an ace detective. But some are reading moTe mysteries
made to a local board.
are a little ashamed to admit -
today than ever before. Why?
Non-residents traveling in this readIng mysteries. Well Mainly because these fast

J: .Dont rely on a !j country can get a special slice stampto -you needn't be. paced are both, easy-reading relaxing and stone re

a buy one pair of shoes for him- Maybe you didn't know that freshing. It is for them -
many college professors, bank and for 'ou-that, we are pub.
4 : self only, and none for: any memberof presidents, great scientists lishing,

: ... I;, .i. his family .at home.Legionnaires .
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. wish 1: Sponsor 'to! Eilery Queen's r Mystery Magazine ,

: ,:!: Edited by Ellery Queen, Queen are to be found in it.
famous detective of the radio, But stories are selected on
bone Benefit Dance Nov. 27 the movies, and best-seller their merits, not on authors'
._ books, it is devoted exclusivenames: Tough and suave,
. ly 'to'' the best in detective casual and swift, comic and
, y crime short-story literature. tragic, they are mingled with
The members of A Legion '
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Post No...,, 3, with members in Clew-: /* fact that a story owes its plot lating change of peace. Rare
v ? to crime and detection need gems, fit for the most crit-
iston, LaBelle and :Moore Haven,
not prevent its being well
YlOA ical delightful to the most
will sponsor a dance next Saturday written. Short detective fienaive.. You will find the new
.. night, November 27th, at SugarlandPark tion that is well written is magazine well printed-sharp
.wg \ ( !''C not too readily' available. But and clear, kind to the eyes.
. Auditorium Clewiston. we are finding 'them-in You will find the size-same
.:. .. books, in magazines! in the as The Reader's
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.. Morris Weiss' dance orchestra
* &Sm C files of famous authors-and venient to hold, to handle, to
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: the Legionnaires assure all an evening publishers as well as with auwiU, find the cover as pleas-
thors, we reprint. in the approved ing to look at as a book
of fun arid good dancing. Ticketsare Readei's D'.gest manjacket.. And you will find the
on sale for 1.50 plus 15 cents per the best detective fiction contents the most satisfyingquarter's
to be procured "
A worth
.of good en-
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..%. .. E. IM. Corpetteis chairman of the Hammett. Atratha Christie in many a day. On sale'at.all
.. wig h insure Palmer and Eilery good newsstands-25c .a' copy.
; = our ::: committee in charge.

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1 the things you want 1 Sheet '

Because we want you to know detective stories new and old
; ..:. Hendry County farmers who have Ellery Queen's Mystery Maga60.000 words of thrilling
completed their farm performanceas zinc we will send you a copy mysteries-for only lOc, the
II of this anthology of. the bestlost of postage and, handling.
agreed upon for 1943 have been
Fill in and mall the below
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the county agent on the third floor of I :
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my Tease send me'a copy of ElleryQueen's
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