The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00972
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1943
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00972
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: VOLUME 15;: .-NUMBER 1 -$2.00 PER YEAR



On Hunting Trip Contest


Marion "Pat" Shafer, farm and The Christmas decoration contest,

grove owner of Arcadia, was killed I sponsored annually by the Clewis-
GASOLINE COUPONSRationing I last Saturday night in'a hunting I ton Garden Club, will be confined

accident the day after his 26th this year to two classes, and prizes

f ---- I birthday.The High will be awarded in each class.
boards have begun DeSoto sheriff's office reported Clewiston Tigers suffered Decorated doorways will consti- fifteenth group of cadets to
II their first defeat of the current football be trained at Riddle Field since the
to issue the new style gasoline that Shafer was hunting tute one class. Lighted indoor
season when Moore Haven Ter- school activated
coupons, B-2 and C-2, each good for turkeys in the Prairie Creek section Christmas trees, visible from the was as British Fly
riers downed them by a score of ing Training School
5 gallons. This will not affect mo-I with two companions when a shot- street will form the other class. No. 5 was grad-
: 50-26 in a played here Tues uated in
game ceremonies at
torists who have some of the old gun blast hit him in the chest. His This latter will include trees 'placednear the field this

two-gallon coupons left. Old coupons -I friends rushed him to'a hospital, day night. l windows or on porches so as to morning.The .

are to be used up, but new ones but he' was dead on arrival. Clewiston was a bit overconfident be seen from the sidewalk.The traditional Wings Ceremonywas

to be issued will be worth five gallons I Survivors include his widow, Mrs. and after taking an early lead I entries will be judged on held at the Field at ten o'clock.

each. I Floy Carlton Shelfer; a son, Milton..on a touchdown pass, they gave up Christmas Eve, and those who enter Wing Commander A.A. de Gruyther

; This does not mean that motor- 3; his father, .Dan Shelfer; and two I to two, touchdowns to Moore Haven., the contest are asked to notify !\Irs.j) commanding officer, presented both
I The half ended with Moore Haven British and American wings to the
:' ists will get more gasoline; the brothers, Arthur Shelfer of W. L. Lott so their decorations may
Royal Air Force
\ .amount will 'remain about the same. Myers and Lance Myers of Arcadia. leading 32-8. The Tigers played be judged.BEELINE. cadets graduating.
; their best in the third quarter. but American wings were presented to
I But the person who has been getting I couldn't cope with the vicious running : the American' cadets ,by Major B. J.
32 stamps, each worth two
say : blocking, and tackling of the Durham, commanding officer. Diplomas
t,\ gallons, will receive instead only '13, W. F. WILSON SHOTIN Moore Haven boys. Marty Wal- HIGHWAY from, the school were pre-
each worth 5 gallons.
dron, who was injured in the early sented to each graduate by Mrs. John
i A new type of T coupon for trucks brilliant' ''Paul Riddle, wife of the presidentof
part of the game, played
f.' will be issued Dec. 15 for use after BIG CYPRESS IN for Clewiston.. ] BETWEEN TAMPA AND Embry-Riddle Company. ,

', Jan 1. They will be in rolls like I The Tigers will closetheir season I I Three RAF cadets graduate as

theatre tickets. The truck owner COLLIER COUNTY Monday 'night when they play the MIAMI PROPOSEDD. "cadets of distinction." They were

will: get a little identification card I Pahokee Blue Devils here in Clewis I I R. G. Fardell, L. W. Brooks and N.

, V with them. ton. This should be one of the best] i J. W. Hunter. Fardell also was
i'' The critical shortage of truck W. F. Wilson is said to be recovering games of the season as Pahokee is G. McCormick, president of the I named "best all around cadet," and
F. tires, equipment and parts is causing I "best ground school "
,. at Lee Memorial Hospital expected to provide the Tigers with Hendry County Chamber of Com- cadet. "Best
,, the government much concern, ac- their stiffest opposition to date. flying cadet" :was the distinctionwon
Fort Myers where he taken
was merce, drew up a tentative map of a
cording to the office of defense Friday night after being shot acci-I The score: I proposed bee-line highway ,between by an American, ABC| Leland E.

. f transportation. Therefore there dentally in the Collier County woods Moore Haven 12 20 0 18-50 Tampa and Miami to include LaBelle Young, of Elmira, New York.

i will be ,heavy restrictions on the issuance by W. F. Powers. This is the first I Clewiston 8 0 6 12-26 and Arcadia and this was submittedfor I Following the Wings Ceremony
: of certificates of war necessity The members of the
Une-up: graduating course
accident of the hunting season to be consideration to the DeSoto
'to truck operators in the future. Haven an exhibition
j : Moore Clewiston I gave of formation fly
reported. County Chamber of Commerce at the .
;:. ODT said Monday that recently Farnam, E Pape, E ing.
R. H. Tabb supervisor of tick November meeting last Monday
Issued regulations prohibit new or Skinner, E Poole, E I Tonight Course 15 entertains the
eradication in this area, who night in Arcadia by R. N. Miller who
-extended motor truck operations, report-j Stalls, C Beardsley, C instructors and other personnel of
went a 'representative.
ed the shooting, said that as
'Unless such proposed operations are+r Adkins, B Martinez; B I the Field with a dinner party at the:
hit load of .
I was by a It appears that the federal, government -
absolutely to the war effort -
f necessary 'Lundy, .R Hall, B Sugarland Auditorium. The grad-
> by Powers, who took a shot at be interested in a
i : or to the maintenance of essential -i ai'turkey Moore, B Waldron, B j may i uates will leave shortly for assign
and did not see Wilson. Onshot I highway between these two '
: civilian economy. I ments
I Outlook Better tor AutosThe penetrated Wilson's 'left eye.I !if not as a military highway pOintli1'j'

1 and it is feared he may, lose sight in. in the near future then as a postwar
situation appears a little bet- the eye,.it-'was reported. Four other I DIRECTORS OF 'STATE project. A military highway

ter as to passenger
all grade. 3 tires, will be used up is, being attended by Dr. C. G. Mer- traffic as far as possible, however,

R within three months, and most of rick, eye: specialist: and Dr. Fred HOTEL"ASSOCIATION if a "bee-line" highway 'is "con-

II : 'them are pretty 'poor, the country' is Bartleson. I structed between Tampa and Miamiit LOCAL COURSE

i .,. now producing 750,000 synthetictires Tabb, who was at the camp abouta I would have to follow to a great
l'' ,. a month. mile away when the shooting occurred extent the route outlined, as follows -

:II While 1,000,000 certificates for in Collier County, said that. : ._ ,. .- E. E,' Leonard has ,returned to .. -
** .
: tired are being issued every month/ he' Powers Wilson, 'and, 'James'-Du-'. -' -a straight line': fromiTampa V.Practically ,.the "Cl ?vfl3toirOolf Course as professional -
r -
the, supply appears. to be slowly pree of Immokalee,"were'in the Big A group, of officials! of the State touching Arcadia, on to' La-' for another season and is
Hotel Ass ciatlonand' of thestate I now in charge of the course and clubhouse
However shortage
catching the
: ; up. Cypress about 25 miles south of ,Belle thence to connect up with
OPA of the ClewistonInn
guests ,
must be made up out. of stocks. Immokalee looking for stray cattlein highway 26 near South Bay which

I( and they are down to 2,500,000 I connection with their activitiesas management for:,dinner and; over!is the new road into' Miami. Com Mr. .Leonard is planning an interesting -

grade 1 tires. J tick eradication workers. night Wednesday en, route to'pami plete description of the proposed program of tournamentsand
1 to attend the state conference of hotel )
The man who sells an automobileis During the morning they became I "* : route cannot be given at this time events at the'course this season,
required now' to go to the rationing -I' men. :' and is getting the course in excellent
separated and around noon while Included in since the tentative map was left)
I the group were GeorgeH. I'
board and turn in his gasoline shape for play.
they were headed back to camp Clements, state hotel commissioner with the DeSoto Chamber for study)
I ration coupons. He will be given all from different directions and possible slight revision. Events for ladies and a series of
: two receipts, one for himself and the I pow-I and Ed Catts, deputy commission-I I all
ers spotted,a turkey and shot er. Chauncey Butler, The DeSoto County Chamber ofj, tournaments for are being plan-

(Continued on Page 5) 1 not seeing Wilson who was behind: director and ,Roy Coffee, district:Commerce passed a resolution ned. The golf course is open to the

a palmetto clump. Tabb said all 'I adopting and approving the tenta- public and green fees 'are nominal.
food rationing officer, OPA, C.' De-
:! .. I II. three men told' him the shootingwas Witt Miller, Wyoming Hotel, Orlando -i tive route and agreed to cooperatewith

ARMADILLO CAUGHT accidental. The men had beenin J. J. Hennessey, Virginia LaBelle and other South Flor- Certificates Of War

the woods since Wednesday. Winter Park, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.I I'ida localities in attempting to bring

I. Knapp, Casa Ybel, Sanibel, S. about construction of such a high Necessity Good For

ON STREET MONDAYAn Senator Franklin McCreary, Dixie Court Hotel,' '" D'I way. Duration Of War

Palm Beach, Kenneth Arnold,

J Off To University Worth, West Palm Beach, F. N. !
armadillo was captured on the Geneva II Certificates of War Necessity issued -
Stengle, Hotel, Daytona CO. COMMITTEEMENWILL
:streets of Clewiston early Monday I I For Army TrainingMajor Beach, R. O. Riddle, executive sec- I by the Office of Defense Transportation -

morning by Deputy Sheriff I. S. retary of the state hotel associationand I are for the duration of the

Bell, who saw the animal on the Mr. and Mrs. H. Gilbert, Jacksonville BE ELECTED J I war and need not be renewed for

L street between the Hopkins Building James A. Franklin state 1944, Ed. Rowland, District Man-
and the Clewiston Inn I of the ODT in Tampa, declared
senator from this district, left Tues- The travelling party came from I ager .
Mr. Bell obtained a wooden box SATURDAY DEC. 4 yesterday.
day for Charlottesville, Va., wherehe St. Petersburg where they spent
and dropped it over the'animal and The ODT, District Manager pointed -
entered the school of .military Tuesday night. Mrs. C. L. Downs,
later displayed him in it on the government at the University of Vir- manager of the Inn, joined the party out that many queries have been

grounds of the Inn. The armadillo ginia. Major Franklin received his for the trip to Miami and the con- All farmers of Hendry County are I received by his office from persons

is an uncommon animal although commission in September. ference there.Requests. requested to attend the annual election wanting to renew their Certificates
several hare been captured in isolated .
I for next year's operations.The :
instances in the state. I Before leaving for Virginia, Major of county committeemen of the

The armadillo Is described "in the' I Franklin said he hoped to be back CurtailmentOf AAA-Agricultural Adjustment Ad mileage allotments authorized -
Certificates stand
dictionary as "covered with hard, in time to attend the 1945 sessionof ministration-which will be held ed the present

bony shell, divided over the a back I the legislature. He was elected Christmas Lighting Saturday, Dec. 4, at 3 p. m? in the I,ODT for 1944 declared.unless changed by the
into movable belts, which are con- state senator from this district in I courtroom on the second floor of I

nected by a membrance which allows 1942, and his four year term will,I The City Electric Department is the courthouse. I Such Certificates are necessary for
: In receipt of request from the director .operators of commercial vehicles to
them to roll up like a ball when not expire until 46. The next regular a Mrs. H. H. McCall, chIef'clerk in

attacked, and present their armoron session of the, legislature will,I I of War Utilities, to discourage the county agent's office, urges all ,receive gasoline "and tires.
all be in 1945. ] the use of electricity for Christmas election
sides to an assailant. In size farmers to attend as the

,they vary, the largest being more I-;I lighting, decorations except to Christ- must be held annually and in De- Kiwanians Enjoy
than three feet in length without lin worked for creation of the new mas trees inside private homes. cember. Present commItteemen

the tail. They subsist largely on sixth congressional district which I The request was made by J. A. John Burnett, chairman, Earl R. Musical ProgramKiwanis

fruits, roots. and Insects, and their I includes Hendry County. After the II I Krug, director of the Office of War Murray, vice-chairman and NeelY''

flesh is esteemed good food." session 'he announced he would be a Utilities, who asked that "street Davis, member.

-- I candidate for the new district next I I decorations exterior, community home decorations Christmas F. D. Yaun, county ,agent of meeting Wednesday
85 Percent of Tax Roll year. Upon receiving his AMO trees Glades County and secretary to the evening was given over to a musical -
interiors exteriors
and of
commer- short
commission however following a
he withdrew Hendry County ACA, will be pres- program
:. Collected In November from the race. cia establishments this dispense with ent and conduct the election, which I business meeting at which. Presi-
decorations year insofar as .
dent W. C. Owen presided.The
Major Franklin makes his home in Mrs. McCall said, is one of the most
lighting is concerned.
I Fort Myers, and is a member of the important ever held because of the Kiwanians enjoyed a periodof
"Government and ,)industry have
R. N. Miller, county tax collector, law firm of Henderson and Franklin combined in a nation-wide conserva-. i big part county committeemen will I' 'group singing, and several piano
reports that approximately 85 per- I play in the war effort during the selections by RAF Cadet D. A. Cole.
,lion campaign to ,save critical fuels I'
,, :cent of the county tax roll amount- Governor Holland Is I and materials necessary to produce''coming year. Guests at the meeting were Lt. J.
ing to nearly $150,000 was collected and consume electricity. I am I| Mrs. McCall announced that for W. Beardsley and Staff Sergeant A. ;

: during the month of November I Overnight Guest asking that American people refrain 'the convenience of farmers in the I L. Moorman.

which ended Tuesday. 1 Herel from their Christmas lighting custom -I Clewiston area who may not, be ableto -- --

This is an exceptional <.record, .I --- I as a part of that campaign.. attend the meeting Saturday when JESSE McCLELLAND REPORTED,

" and, in paying at this time, prop-! Governor Spessard L, Holland, Electric light bulbs are particularly I they could also supply all TO BE SLOWLY RECOVERING

erty owners received a 4 per cent and his brother, Frank Holland of short at present and strict conservation .ance information, she perform-I' '
'it discount. This amount is reducedto Tallahassee, and L. H. Kramer of I of them is necessary. i Clewiston Tuesday, Dec. Jesse McClelland is reported to

3 per cent for those who pay during Lake Wales were overnight guestsat I "Because of the shortness of daylight -' 9:30 a. m. to 5 p. m., at the City be slowly recovering at Lee Memorial -

the month of December. the Clewiston Inn Sunday. I over most 'of the country at Hall for the purpose of completing Hospital in Fort Myers from an

Heavy collections made In No- Governor Holland and his party Christmastime, necessary consump-' performance reports and signing abdominal wound suffered Nov. 15

vember is evidence that more peo- attended the celebration attendantto tion of electricity is at its peak.] application for payments. when he was shot by Deputy Sheriff

'" pIe have more money this year than the presentation of they Special Everything we can do to avoid Jim Maddox in the'courthouse cafe

;' heretofore and that the discount of- Army "A" Award to Palm Beach additional load will mean direct sayings For disobeying price control or- while flourishing a blackjack. Rela-

fered of 4 per cent was an induce-. County for food production duringthe of fuel, manpower, ders, Michael Deveney, a Dublin tives now have hopes that he will

ment to pay in November. 1942-43 crop season. tion and materials." storekeeper, was fined, $180. recover.


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-" Kftf When! life is dry and :
void of I
t;. JOY, ,
An endless -- "

window prevent A discarded sills.flower pots fruit from jar ring marring will Lj I I ,without"tj ke long&. goal drinksof : ,_: _

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Fill muffin pans only twothirdsfull \ = A R music then :

which to to allow rise. mixture space in And satisF'y my I ) i
1\U\ [ thirsty :soul *;
Unusual and colorful tiebacksfor IIIIIIII I If I I by June Corby MCCLUR.E SYNDICATE -W.N.U.FEATUR.ES R.1'CV

draperies can be assembled by .f
using celluloid poultry rings, which CHAPTER I here at last, are we? Such a bother, cation that these words had starteda ;
-are available in assorted colors. 'isn't it, to come down to work every new train of thought in his quick sJ'
With every slap of her powder day. And quite impossible to get brain. It was one thing for a clerkto :;,
7 The water in which meats and puff resentment grew in the amber- here on time." be late, but it was another for a p ::rb rr4
vegetables have been cooked will eyed girl leaning close to the mirror.It "You're firing me, aren't you?" valued customer to' admit that he
add flavor and nutriment value to was the color of her hair-such a Jan interrupted, her bitterly tried'' had been the cause of her tardiness. WNU ....
a kettle of soup. dark red! Did any hair have to be temper slipping its leash. "Then "Miss Payson has been promoted Features. '1
so dark that it could never, even on why don't you say so?" Her voice -ah-that is," he said carefully,
top of a Fifth Avenue bus on a broke and she stopped suddenly. "she will work during the evenings, 'There's So Much Good '
sunny day, be described as red- "Very well, then, here it is in starting tomorrow." .'
gold? Maybe if she did her hair a two words: you're fired," said Paul, "Oh!" There was disappointmentin In the Worst of Us-'
different way-but she had no time obviously enjoying her misery. Tony Deverest's'' monosyllable."Say .
for experiment. She was late now. "Stop at the cashier's ,window for ; do you promote people by Once when I ,
And Paul Harris would be quick to your money." making them work harder hours?" the house came running into

Don't Just Ignore a coldl They're tell her, not for the first time, thatif "No," Paul said hastily: "of complaining about Jim-
treacherous-tricky. Rest-avoid ex she didn't care enough about her Paul Harris absently tapped a pen- course not, Mr. Deverest. Miss Pay- mie, a playmate, Mother producedan
And for prompt, decisive cil his desk and old pair of scales and
posure. on glass-topped my set
relief from usual cold miseries takeGrove' job as magazine counter girl at the son will-will only work for a few
gazed out at the rain that was now of bloc s. "Now we'll play a little
Cold Tablets. They contain Devon Arms Hotel to get there on hours at night. She-she's to be '
eight active Inftredients multiple coming down in torrents. game,' she said. "First will
medicine. Work on all these symp- time, he, as manager, would be in the new floor show, he added
toms of a cold at the same time.. forced, regretfully, to accept her Paul threw the pencil down and, with a sudden burst of inspiration. place a block on this side of the
headache-body aches-fever-nasal I rising, pulled his morning coat into scales to represent each of Jimmie's -
stuffiness.Take Grove's Cold Tablets resignation.A Tony Deverest was suddenly con-
exactly as directed. Accept no sub- thump on the door made her its usual meticulous, creaseless fit. scious that ,the pale eyes lookingat faults. Now tell me them."
stitutes. Get Grove's Cold Tabletsfor I named them and
fifty years known to millions as jump, so that her elbow knocked him so earnestly were little too blocks' were
*'Bromo Quinine" Cold Tablets. against a slender vase standing on bland for comfort. He realized that piled in the tray.
Save Money Get Large Economy Size the dresser and sent it crashing his innocent intention of taking Miss "Tell me something good about
against the marble. Payson to dinner by way of apologyfor him," said Mother. "Doesn't he

I\ -..-- ;- r,).. "Who's there?" 'called Jan, know- the day's mishap was being in his let you ride his bicycle" ? And share,
;1 ing that peremptory thump very terpreted.in a more serious light by candy" with you?
'wr :; well, but pausing to retrieve the her immediate employer."I "Yes, I admitted reluctantly.
rosebud, nevertheless. It put off the I just wanted to make sure Miss Blocks were placed on the other
actual moment of facing Mrs.,Mal- LkITjj; ( I Payson was all right," he ,stam- side to show his good points. I

'Focus Cats' lord by at least a split second. mered. "I mean, .I, just wanted to 'started laughing as Jimmie's good
The Focus Cats are pilots who "Who are yez expecting?" came a see her for a moment" qualities overbalanced his faults.
carry no guns and whose specialtyis the sarcastic rejoinder from with- "Of course." Paul's manner was Through all the years I have never

photo reconnaissance in the out, and Jan, with a sigh, openedthe diplomacy itself. "We .are always forgotten that little weighing inci-
European theater of operations door gingerly. Mrs. Mallord glad,to see you here, Mr. Deverest.I dent. Before criticizing a person,
pushed it wide the minute the knob am sorry Miss Payson is not in, I always compare ''his good points
was turned, and took a step into the but she'll be here the next tune. with his bad. .
room. "Well?" she said. m you come," he promised.
"Well what?" said Jan, bravely. I I "WellTony Deverest turned
iI'I Aid From SwitzerlandFor
Naafi 0 e "Well what?" Mrs. Mallord mim- f "l the chauffeur's cap in his hands as
icked her roomer. Then, with a if he had never seen it before. "My
SaFE brusque change of tone: "It's the man's day off," he explained to Har- months, Switzerland has
rent I'm after. Give." ris. "I'm chauffeuring myself around been sending materials needed in
-36TABLETS20J IOOTABLETS35C She held out a large, rather grimy h town. Well, see you' again." the war effort to the United Statesin
. WORLDS LARGEST SELLER ATKX hand at the end of a stout arm. In \ Paul 'Harris recognized opportu- exchange for food, all of these

spite of herself, Jan's voice shook a nity when it whirled through the or- exports and imports being trans-
little as she explained that, since ,it nate doors of the Devon Arms and ported on vessels of Swiss registry
Signaling Pistol was Thanksgiving, she hadn't expected he now proceeded to seize it. through the port of Genoa, says
The Very pistol, used for signal- Mrs. Mallord to ask for the He retreated to his office to con- Collier's. Axis countries have not
ing at sea, throws off light with rent until- .I sider. telegram? No, a note. He'd been able to stop the practice be-
the intensity of 20,000 candlepower. "Yez'can have till Saturday," said send one of. the bellboys with it. cause of Switzerland's threat to

Mrs. Mallord, "to pay, up or get With the employees' directory open blow up her 'three tunnels, whose
. -' ,. out." before him, he observed that Jan rail facilities are the life lines between -

DON'T LET "Good-by, darling." Jan stoopedto lived close by. He'd go himself! Germany and Italy.
kiss Dora's white cheek. 1
CONSTIPATION'SLOW She smiled gayly from the threshold k I Jan looked at Dora and Dora

YOU UP then closed the door softly and looked at Jan. The sick girl's fingers A VEGETABLE
1 I were lightly smoothing the pale
0 When bowels are sluggish and ran down the stairs. It was driz-
feel irritable, headachy, do as millions you zling, a fact, which she had no opportunity -, blue satin of the chaise longue on LaxativeFor
[do-chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern of noting in their flat, for i 1 ( : which,she lay.
FEEN-A-MINT chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew their two windows looked out on the ii j ,! "I still can't believe it," she said Headache,
before you go to bed I to Dora. x Sour Stomach
brick wall of the house next door I
taking only in accordance'with package "e 1.1
directions-sleep without being dis- hardly three feet away. That nickel "Hurt? I'm ruined!" she cried.It "But, darling, it was only a ques- s !i.l and DizzySpells when
turbed. Next morning gentle, thorough she thought she had, proved to be tion of time before somebody real
relief, helping you feel swell again. Try nonexistent. Twenty blocks-a was generally profitable to walk ized,how good'you are. I've always w Conj Use
FEEN-A-MINT.,Tastes gen- .stipation.
good, is handy .
and economical.generous family supply erous mile-lay between her and the around the hotel at odd hours. told you that you.Jxave an awfully only as directed.
i costs only Devon Arms. Not much of a walk, Paul walked out, satisfied with pretty voice and that you really 15 doses for;
I f t6.EI -I4-IV1l9T but quite a run, especially in the himself, just in time to see a tall dance very well." only 10 cents.
rain. lanky figure advance on Molly, the "But a place in their new floor

There was the Devon Arms, at telephone operator. In his hand he show! And right after he'd just fired rsui.
last, across the street. Jan headedfor carried a chauffeur's"cap and Paul, me! And then moving us to this love
Mourning: Koreans the employees' entrance, dart- without seeming to, watched his ly, lovely suite-"
Natives in mourning in Korea ing in front of a car parked at the progress to the' switchboard and the She prayed that she could keep the
wear a hat which covers their curb. So quickly had she bounded lengthy conversation that followed. dream a reality for a few weeks. If
heads to their shoulders.DIONNE"QUINTSII. across the glistening black road that After a few minutes, however, when only she could sing or dance a lit- President's Right
the 'remained Paul moved tle better! But they seemed to like The President of the United
the man behind the ,wheel, with his man toward -
the raised her anyway-at least Zambrini the States may order the official rec-
foot on the starter, hadno warningof platform where the ,
her catapulting approach. At the switchboard was placed. Any chauf- orchestra leader, who had been ognition of a, foreign government
hsv instant she flew into his line of vi- feur ought to get his instructionsmore coaching her in a cute little song.A without recourse to congress.IRRITATIONS.

I eoughing of sion he pressed, down, and the long quickly than that. knock at the door interruptedthe
CH8TDLDSBY car shot forward. He was almost upon him before a girl's'thoughts and made Dora

The edge of the front fender certain familiarity in the arroganttilt jump. S KI I N OF
RUBBING ON bumped Jan smartly as she clipped of the long narrow head made "I forget and think it's Mrs. Mal EXTERNAL CAUSE

past. It was not a hard blow, but him walk more slowly. He changedhis lord again," she laughed shamefac- acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and
it threw her off balance and she direction slightly, so that as he edly. Jan patted her shoulder :reassuringly ugly broken-out skin.home Millions treatment.relieve
sprawled on the wet sidewalk. The approached he could see the strongly as she went to the door. miseries Goes to work with at simple once. Direct action aids
man, with l an exclamation of alarm, etched profile of the man who "I am Mary Elizabeth Howard," healing, works the antiseptic way. Use
White Ointment only as
Black and
leaped to 'the ground and lifted her was hanging on Molly's every word. a smart young woman announced. rected.lOc,25c,60c sizes.25 years success.
Glass Water Pipes to her feet. "You are hurt!" In the space of two steps Paul's "This is my assistant, Pringle," she :Money-back guarantee. 43" famous
Los Angeles boasts a war workers' Jan turned wrathful added, nodding toward the drab cleansing is good soap. Enjoy
transformed from
eyes on him. manner was the Black,and White Skin Soap dally.
dormitory equipped with glass "Hurt?',I'm ruined!" she cried. She, domineering one he used with the woman who stood beside her laden
water pipes. dabbed feebly with her handker- help to the dignified, courteous man- with a number of cardboard boxes.

chief at the mud that streaked down ner he employed toward well-paying "But-but you must have the YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROMvyou'
the front of her suit. guests. This was none other than wrong suite!" Jan protested when
. "I don't know how you keep your William Anthony Deverestdarlingof she could find her voice.

job, if you can't drive any better society and hoped-for prey of every "Oh, no!I" Miss Howard moved HOT flASHES
than' that," Jan said severely. "Asa romantic debutante. quickly about the room, adjustingthe
If suffer from hot flashes,
matter of fact, I've a good mind to Paul's quiet, catlike tread did not shades, pushing back the furniture weak, nervous, cranky feelings, area
complain to your employer." herald his coming, and the young with quick, birdlike movements. bit blue at times-due to the
"Let mesaid" the chauffeur. man swung around abruptly atPaul's "You're Jan Payson, aren't you?" functional "middle-age" period
"Oh, skip it! I was only trying to smooth question: "Is there At Jan's nod she continued, "I'm to peculiar Pinkham's to Vegetable women-try Compoundto Lydia E.
scarce you. I won't make trouble." anything I can do, sir?" do you an evening dress and a few relieve such symptoms. Taken
Jan, who had the door open by this "He was looking for Jan Payson,. sports things. Mr. Harris said you regularly Pinkham's Compound
time, waved a friendly hand, grinneda Mr. Harris, and I was just telling are to appear in the new floor show." helps build up resistance against
such distress. It helps nature
friendly grin and disappeared. The him_" put in Molly. But Miss Howard was in no such' Also a fine stomachic tonic. Follow -
young man stood for a moment, star- "That Miss Payson is no longer predicament. She flung herself intoa label directions.
ing at the slowly closing door. Thenon with us," Paul finished quietly. chair and proceeded to rap out or- LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S CO MPPOUNDD,
BECAUSE IT'S RICH an impulse he bounded across "Miss Elkins is taking her place and ders that Jan did not even think of
the sidewalk and gently pushed it be I hesitating to' follow. She
IN VITAL will glad, am sure, to carry slippedout
ELEMENTS open. out any commission-" of her well-washed kimono and
"Jan!" a girl was shrieking. "Gee, "But she said 'she worked here!I" proceeded to allow the silent Pringleto Largest and SmallestThe
Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion ] "
helps Jan, you're late! world's largest living crea
"Yes-ah-yes. She did. At the encase her in what Miss Howard
strong bones, sound teeth, and Jan walked slowly toward themanager's magazine counter." referred to as "the correct founda- ture, the whale, is many' billion
stamina '
It's rich;in helps natural build A &resistance D Vitamins to *colds.that office and down the two "Was she fired?" Deverest demanded tion for evening"-to help her don times as heavy as the world'ssmallest
little steps that led to the door in a tiny kind of germ.
, be in a and his tone was so stockings finer than Jan had ever'
may lacking the diet. And-it's 4
times easier to digest than plain cod liver remote corner of the main lobby. brusque that Paul tactfully evadeda seen in her life-and to fit,her slender -
Her fingers had just touched the direct answer. feet into a pair of
,oil I So give it daily. Buy at all druggists I evening san- AT
knob when the door opened suddenly "She was late," Paul's lips thinnedto dals studded with "jewels." Dora n
>Recommended by r Many Doctors from the other side. For the second a disapproving line. gasped as she looked at them and
time within the hour she was thrownoff Bill Deverest grinned boyishly and Miss Howard threw ,in a word of SXoDUSE
balance, but this time she did not ran a hand through his already far explanation in her crisp, hurried
..1 actually fall. She simply careened from smooth hair. "Yes, I know," tones: 666
against Paul; Harris, who had just he said. "I guess 'I was respon- "The latest. Jeweled sandals.You're .
wrenched the door open. sible for that in a _
way. practically the first to
r "Well, well," he began with what The manager's eyes widened them in New York." weal 666 TABLETS. SALVE.NOSE DWJP5A

he intend: Tor a smile, "so we're slightly, but he gave no other indi- (TO BE CONTINUED)

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i I SUNDAY LessonBy

Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Null-I started out on the theory that
I I Released by Western Newspaper Union. the world had an"opening for me.

TO E:. Void-And found it?
PEEVE I II Null-Well, rather. Fm in the. hole
1HANKPUL FO Lesson for December 5 now.

:: Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Too many people with nothing to
r HARP APPETITf.S and copyrighted by International
; \ Council of Religious Education; used by say keep saying it.
, 1,/, SHOUlD VE cermisslon.

"Dad, I think that as soon as I
: finish I shall follow 'literary
l, TEXT-Exodus. 20:17; Luke 12: college my -
/ l1fr 1325 I. bent and write for money."
e \ GOLDEN TEXT-Thou Shalt not covet "Humph! Well, you ought to be
anything that is thy neighbor's.
successful at it. That's all you'vedone
Exodus 20:17.
since you've been at school."

The Ten Commandments (the last

one of which we study today) are

I characterized by their brevity their CLASSIFIED
comprehensive touch with all of

life, and fidelity,to the right. But ,
I 4/f they are also unique and different DEPARTMENTFishing
I from all other laws in that they

reach into the inner recesses of a TackleBaitLIVE

man's heart, a realm where only
God can judge and ,act. FISHING'WORMS canned send $2
for three cans 24 dozen. JACK ROBERTSCO.
This last commandment (against .. Haines City. Florida.
covetousness) emphasizes that point,
1SS for it does not expressly require or
forbid any act, but deals with the American War PrisonersOf
motive of man's action. Man can

judge another man's acts, but he
cannot judge his motives, desires, or the 5,000,000 war prisonersnow
Jj interned by the Axis, only
/ thoughts. God must do that.
? 24,500 are Americans, 6,000 of I
But man can, by the grace of God, these being held in 18 German
control his motives; and hence we
camps four countries,and 18,500in -
have this commandment and its in-
42 Japanese camps in seven
terpretation.I. countries. i
The Sin-Covetousness (Ex.,

11 20:17)).

It may be a surprise to many to

learn,that coveting-or desiring what
' belongs to another-is a sin. It has 4'b '-

become of the "respectablesins"
1OUY2E BosstltOW CM 'Vu SAY'AJI c'ci'r BF
I i S. WASTING YOUR Such ATHING.WNY EVERY Iiow ro Y0it 011 THIS SILLYOFCOURSE accepted in the best circles Relieve Misery
" 0. DECIDE EVER.CMINCr,' .WE- ple.As
l_ pro a matter of fact, this sin un-

I M SURE derlies' all the other sins against
which the commandments speak. He .:
II v
E. who has a love for money and an Put 3-purposa Vicks /.t '
evil desire to have his neighbor's Va-tro-nol up each "

I B F aw possessions will hate, lie, steal, nostril. It (1) shrinks

cheat, kill, in fact, as Dr. Morgan swollen membranes \
p (2) soothes irritation :
I "The whole realm of human "
'. says,
O ((3) helps clear
interrelations is disorganized and
,I, clogged nose. _
D' broken up by the dishonoring of the directions
I II I tenth_ commandment." in folder. UIInIO.MOL

j Y' If you have become a lover of

I money, or one who longs to have
'S what your friends own, beware. You
Chute Jumping Records
WElL-YOU'vE'GOT ST VOTE ON HOW YOU CAN GET I It1 are in real danger.II. Parachute jumping records have
FORM-LETTERS TO GET i OUTTAmAT I The Result A Ruined Life been
never yet officially recog-
,II's OUT TONIGHT-IF IT TAKES (Luke 12: 13-21). nized and registered by either a
T' To have such a spirit makes a civil or a governmental organization -

man greedy (v. 13)), callous and in this country.PERFEOTGROOMING .
E selfish (w. 17-19), and foolish (v. 20),
'both regarding this life and that
I '
N / which is to come.

The yardstick of success in the f

0. world-for an individual, an organi- QKQT10M1t

zation, or a nation; yes, even for I
Q t. many a church-is the possession of

4' wealth, or property, or other
::11 a 1 "things." Write it in large letterson Its Purpose

; I WNT7 Feature the hearts and minds of our boys Architect:So you insist on four
1"i ougarson y and girls, "A man's life consistethnot windows in your den?
1 I I in the abundance of the things Jenks-Yes;,my wife needs a lot
I which he possesseth" (v. 15). of light for her sewing.
,1'1 i iH ii I '
I YOU I The one who was known to his
friends (and to himself) as "a rich
THE LUFTWAFFE man" (v. 16), but whom God knewas

PILOT WHO GOT a ,"fool" (v. 20)), had more than Beware Coughsfrom

I'o : ::.. STUNG BV A_ he could use for ,himself. He5 had
MOSQUITO to build new and bigger barns, and common colds
could not see the "barns" that were

9 already prepared, for, as Ambrose That Hang On
says, "Thou hast barns-the bosomsof
the needy, the houses of widows, Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
the mouths of orphans and infants." trouble it goes to help right loosen to the seat and of expel the

t P>> = Q 'He.was a fool who loved money for germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
Vfc himself. One wonders what he had to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
bronchial mucous membranes -
to say for himself when that very
.Tell druggist to sell
your you
called into
he the
night was '
\ pres- a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding -
\ ence of God 'to give an account of you must like the way it
his stewardship (v. 20). If you are quickly allays the cough or you are
similarly situated and have' the to have your money back.CREOMULSION.

same attitude, what will you say in

I, J JI to that day? for Chest Colds Bronchitis
Coughs ,
I i ,
I HE CAME BACK TO III. The Cure-Trust in God (Luke
EARTH WITH A -' 12:22-25).

\ ; BUMP Because covetousness destroys the Early Fountain Pens

I II best in life, we ought to shun it like Fountain pens were muse earlyin
I I tJ poison. The best antidote (or cure) the 17th century.
I ; if we have been poisoned by it is

to go all-out in our trust and con- WNU-7 47-43
I fidence in God.
We who are children God are
By to take no anxious thought for the I
morrow. This does not forbid proper o
J. Millar Watt
preparation and forethought, but
I it does rule out fretful anxiety. The

( reasons are very clear and cogent. And Your Strength and
First of all, while food and cloth- Energy Is Below Par

iI ing are important, they are not of It may be caused by disorder of kidney -
iIl __ Jleteue4 by The Bell 8fI141uti.IQ; first importance. The vital thing is function that permits poisonous
l waste to accumulate. For truly many
i that have life. Otherwise
one thingsare people feel tired weak and miserable
y useless (v. 23). We must keep when the kidneys fail to remove encase
In AND SMART, TOO 1 1I Simple Reason! YOU'RE WELCOME I our sense of proportion, of relative acids blood.and other wasto matter from the

, Sarge-Now I want one of you values. You may suffer nagging backache,
rheumatic headaches dizziness
fellows to explain to me why it's i a. Then too, God is the One who must getting up pains nights, lee pains welling.
important not to lose your head at i care for every one of us. And He Sometimes frequent and scanty urination -
with smarting and burning la an-
any time. does care for us! Why not trust other sign that something is wrong with
Rookie-Well, you'd have no placeto Him? He cares for all creation; the kidneys or bladder.
There should be no doubt prompt
put your helmet! can He not care for you? If then treatment 11 wiser than neglect. Use
you trust the all-pcwerful One, what Doan't Pi!*. It Is better to rely on a
medicine that has won countrywide approval -
Wrong Word I occasion is there for worry, or cov- than on something less favorably
Mrs.-I'm afraid our new house-. Tramp-Can I cut your grass fora etousness? known.many Doan't have Are been at all tried drug and stores.tested
maid is dishonest. meal, ma'am? And finally comes the devastating Get Doant years.today.
I Jack-You look like a sensible Mr.-My dear, you should never Lady of the house-Certainly. But argument. Worry never accomplished -
i girl. Let's get married. judge by appearances. you needn't bother cutting, it. Just anything. Anxiety does not
'Jill-Nothing doing. I'm just as Mrs.-I don't. I judge by disappearances eat it right off the ground if you help anyone, anytime, anywhere. So
sensible as I look! want. why be anxious?





The Clewiston News around here that knows\enough to go I I Sugar: No. 29 (Book 4) good for .
Into court and try to plead a case 5 pounds through Jan. 15, 1944.
against the bureaucratic experts. In Shoes: No. 18 (Book 1) valid

Published every Friday In ClewJston,, order to familiarize oneself with the indefinitely. Plane stamp No. 1Boo'k Catholic Information
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, law, a fellow would have to spenda ( 3) now valid
TUC. year studying the rules, regula- Gasoline: A-8 coupons expire r._ /
tions and directives and by the time Feb. 8.Fuel. 60,000 PEOPLE BECOME: CATHOLICS IN THE U. S. A.
KEATHLEY BOWDEN Editor he thought he. knew something about Oil: Period 1 coupons good { EACH YEAR
1 lit I I he'd find the slide-rule boys in through Jan. 3.

Entered as second class mall matter I Washington had brought out a
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In whole new set of directives." I Points for Fat SaversTo
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act or the kitchen fats salvage
will tell More than sixty thousand
1897.Subscription And your congressman people embrace Catholicismeach
March 3,
OPA has announced it
--.-- you that weekly papers were expressly year in this country !alone. That's 5,000 a month, 1155a
will authorize meat dealers and I
exempted in'the Wage-Hour Bill; week, 164 a. day. And mind these
Year. people are not
Rate $2.00 Per makes the laws.It other fat salvagers effective December -
but Congress only
not educated in Catholic schools. No,
13 to give two points a
Advertising Rates On Application. has nothing to say about rules,
regulations and directives or en- pound for fats returned by house- they enter the Church-most of them-in adult life, after
and others.Meanwhile considering the subject oft religion. from
forcement and if some guy with a wives every angle, and
Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.wel- title of Inspector, supervisor or ad- ; the War Production after the thorough course of study required for such a step.
fare Board which directs the fat salvage
ministrator snaps a finger at you T'
and yells, "Jump through the hoop"or campaign has asked housewives not '
Can this be the Church /
I that teaches all those absurd
"Roll over and play dead" about to hold accumulations until Dec. .
NATIONAL EDITORIAL II all left for you to do is jump and 13, but to keep a steady flow of superstitious,' evil and unpatriotic things which have been so
roll and like it. fats moving to butchers so that widely circulated? No, for such a church does not exist except -
iSSOCIATJON Such is Democracy' in 'the year'of glycerine manufacturers will not be in the minds of the misinformed.Have .
I our Lord 1943 and we are preparingto obliged to slow down their muni-

grasp an unsuspecting world by tions program.
the scoff of the neck and ram it Meat dealers who receive salvaged you ever talked with a Catholic of your own in-
down its throat in the name of the fats have been authorized to give tellectual status-about the many 'accusations against the
"Four Freedoms." home fat savers brown stamps from Church? Perhaps you have not for fear of hurting his feel-

...- Book 3, it was explained by ings. Our Society has no feelings to hurt, but only a great
,,, RATIONING Chauncey W., Butler, district direc- desire to give you the truth, so that you, in your fairmind-
tor of the Office of Price Administration -
ness, may hear both sides of the story. Write us anythingyou
x"--'j CALENDARPrepared at Jacksonville. Later, ,he
want to know and we will courteously reply with facts
added, when one-point ration tokensare
I by The Jacksonville Officeof used in making point change. for from authentic .sources. Address correspondence to: ,

By RUSSELL KAY The OPA stamps, the' tokens will be used in
I II Processed Foods: Green A, Band payment for fats instead of the pa- PARISH COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC MEN

.......... .. ..NPNNM.. 1 C (Book 4) expire Dec. 20. per stamps.
(..:..:.:..:..: : : : : )o: NNM: :N: : : ) Clewiston, Florida
Meats and Fats: Brown G, H, J --
Whenever and wherever folks and K (Book 3) expire Dec. 4; BrownL I Tighter Control on Gasoline Books
convene nowadays, the favorite in- : valid Nov. 21, expires Jan. 1. (Continued o'n page 5) I

is a 'free-for-all discus- -- v _______
door sport ------ - --- - -- ---
sion of how to keep alive and out I

of jail in the face of ever-mounting
governmental bureaucratic control, I

regulation and regimentation.There i

was a time a few years I .- .'
back when such discussions were
indulged in by what were termed ,. I
"big business men.-Now every- -

body's doing it from Tony the bar- j
ber to the "Chairman of the Board." ;
The recent convention of the
Florida Press Association in Jack-
sonville was no exception 'and the
tales some of the fellows told of in-I

justicies, and impositions were
enough to turn your hair grey.
.I The prize story came from the .
-------- -
publisher of the Florida Baptist
Witness, who told how the Great -
White Father had reached the strong

arm of bureaucracy into his little I
'J .
shop to defend the rights and privi- :;',,'- ;

leges of a negro janitor.It \, wr, I s
seems that this colored boy, in W
spite of his employment by; a religious 'ere gOIng ",' f "

publication, had slipped 'i ( r
from the straight and narrow to the r .
extent of forgetting his marriagevows '
\ '
and began stepping out witha
high yaller gal. !-; :-

His wife, suspicious of his absence / "

from home each night, demanded to *.., .-. "' away '' ... 'i I''
know "How come and why I 'u
Being more or less steeped in for-I : ;;;' *
it was, the wayward : :
plained that he had to work nights.To ?! f\ ;; ;: :

make it sound realistic, he went ; E
into details as to how he had to stay : .
," i ;
until everyone else got through and Lor the'2 'H'i'

then clean up the place and get ;: [ < ,h I
everything ready for morning. q

Satisfied, the wife made no more I :'
inquiries until the end of the week. ;
Then she captured the well known '
pay envelope, expecting to find itt! : : : .

bulging with "over-time" pay. When = dur'a'tl" :l : ,

she discovered it was the same as it 'H' .' ,.,(. ,',,,,.,.,'' 1'..
had been, she starts polishin her o / I

rolling pin and, backing friend hus- : <" .; '-'f ',':';'._ .:.\>, ,. }" .I j
band into' a corner, again inquiries I '1 C : '"
"How come and why for?" ::0:. .. '. '.' ; :: t : :" '<::{:\: ;
i .
,. .' \ -
Having been given to understandthat '. .,-:. t', > f () ,

"White Folks," even preachers, "0.:...' ,-," J
were not to be trusted, especially if ,__ I I
they carried the title of "employer," I ,
she decides that her noble' helpmatehas .
been '"gypped" so she files ,a The Atlantic Company has, for over a year, well understand that, with a great sales ,

complaint with the Wage and Hour .
Division. \ overcome extreme difficulties of transpor- lead in this territory, it is a, sad day for

In no time of at the all"abused a Federal and representative un- tation and rationing in order to continue us when we have to give it up. We realize

I I derprivileged"poor husband is is on so the far' behind job. The they I serving you with Atlantic Ale and Beer. that it is a sad day for you too, in losingthe

eight-ball' by this time that he cant' Now, through circumstances beyond our pleasure of your favorite beverages
see anyway out, so he tells the man .
how he has been working 'every control-the shortage of Tires, Gasoline, -Atlantic Ale and Beer Wartime Con-
night. Naturally, he being an em-
ployee, his word and that of his wifeis ;; Trucks and Containers-we are forced to ditions and circumstances beyond your

all the evidence needed and they f .
make out a swell case. l stop. Our investment in time, effort, distribution control and 'ours are responsible. We leave Q

Inspectors, inquisitors and other I merchandising and advertising is you with regret-we hope to return -and r ,
busybodies swarm all over the r-

of the Florida Baptist Witness. plant\ t lost to us for the present at least. You can soon. Please remember us.
interview employees, audit the '\ .. .
bOOkSlr .' ,._" I. s.., ;
/ and examine everything ..... : ,.: { : ;/\
hell-box to the company safe. ,./ ': :, "; fYl: ; :: 'ff ( -t; ,
j Despite the denials of guilt on the J, '/, -: : ) "" : ". ., :i 'r I Ii 'i

i part of the publisher of the paper, i .... :1r .r-I-.
\ who had been going around in a 4TLANTIC I r
, daze for days trying to figure out -.- t
1 what it was all about, when the I'f \ ,
case was added up, the evidence !i f'i -wr' .... !.-..- :
against the company still stood. The -

colored "geltleman" .was entitled to : 'l A'LE/INDW'EER. ;
"over-time" for his night 'work. Of I '

course, the company could get a I, ..! .: J-
lawyer and to court but that ,
go ,
would be foolish for it was only 'a \ "Full of Good Cheer / ( ,
amount involved and the
easiest way out 'was to simply 'pay J I
1( it and forget the whole business. ,I. i
; The[ publisher having no legal t
staff of his own, asked a lawyer BACK THE ATTACK-BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS" ,

I... friend about it. The lawyer said, I /
' "Brother, I can't help you; nobody
I Can help you. There isn't a lawyer I ATLANTIC COMPANY-VrtMrui n Atlala,a...,.,,Cbatlaaoe ,Norfolk..Orlania \t ,.

-.- --._.,\.. u__ _._'"--__ ._ _V._,..-r H. ;' ......._-_____ .... ... ._ _
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t BRIDGE CLUBS i ent and sing your favorite hymn. A RATIONING '
time is anticipated.The To buy a
l good I ; -
Mrs. Glen Etherton entertainedher ordinance of Baptism will be Continued from ''age 4) baby stroller. Mrs.
r L Personals Ii bridge club with a chili supperat administered at the evening service.i! A far reaching plan to establish I r

her home Wednesday evening. At Hear Brother'Sam Bodden of Nica-- more effective control of the return I R. C. Granere at the H,
the bridge game, Mrs. R. M. Hare, ragua. He will give a talk of Mission -!
of gasoline books for the 200,000 R. Hall
Jr., won first prize and Mrs.. C. L. work in his country. This will\ used which I home. 1 It,.
cars change
I McLendon second prize. Those at- be an interesting feature of the! every I
II Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. C. L. 'month In the United States has just t .
Mrs. Hare, Mrs. training union. Be sure you hear!
J i McLendon were visitors in Miami tending, were 1\IC-1 ) been announced by Mr. Butler, district We 1 15
Lendon, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, :\ him. pay cents each for-
I director of OPA. It Into
(, goes
R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Curtis Thompson The ladies class will hold their
Mrs Foy Durrence, Mrs GH., regular monthly meeting, the homeof effect January 1. gar fish. Write Flor-.
a;; Mrs. S. J. Yoder returned 'yester-I 'II The plan calls for close
Small and Mrs.. F. R. Maxwell of' Mrs H.. C. Meador. This will be coopera-
\- day from a visit with her son 'in Tampa. their annual Christmas party. An' tion between state- motor vehicle ida Biological Supply-

Moore Haven. I J _.:...-- i offering will be taken) at this meeting -' departments, which issue transfer of
----- titles of automobiles, and local Sarasota
war Company
A.I I Mrs. F. E. Conkling won first for China Relief. All ladies oft I{ Fla.
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. O. Nielsen second the church are cordially invited to price and rationing boards. Briefly,
and Mrs. C. J. (
Jones and Mrs. M. W.. Bigg were prize prize at the Wednesday afternoon attend., I II here is how it works: for particulars.

visitors in Fort Myers Monday. bridge club which met at the homeof Wednesday the usual large crowd Before selling his car, the present -

Mrs. R. C. Wilson this week. I will meet at the church for the prayer owner will surrender any coupons ,

i Mrs. R. C. Granere and baby son, I Playing were Mrs Conkling, Mrs. :,. hour. The study of the Book of issued for that car to his local board EXPERIENCED

.. of Nashville, Tennessee, are Wilson, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.I, Ephesians continues ,to ,grow in1, and obtain a receipt tor them in : .i
y 1., ing in Clewiston for a few Visit-\I W. C. Owen, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.J. popularity. At present we are duplicate. The original copy will DRESSMAKING j!

: .----. I E. Beardsley, Mrs. Otto Larsen studying a very: interesting portionof be sent to the state motor vehicle LIMITED AMOUNT OF WORK
r Palm I the book. Be with us next week. registration department along with '
J. H. Maloy Jr., of West and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford. TAKEN
Time, 8:00 application for transfer of title and
: Beach, was a business visitor in I p. in. I II ,
'. the duplicate must be shown by the Mondays Turn Fridays Only
Clewiston Wednesday. WARREN BROWN CELEBRATES4TH Thursday the executive
BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY I' tee of the W M. S. will commit-\\ new owner when he applies for gaso- Lcan PHONE 28

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peers spent I '!I church at 3:30 p. m., for their reg- line rations in his own right. .1\ I

Thanksgiving in LaBelle with Mr. Mrs. Gideon H. Brown entertained -' ular monthly meeting. All officers 4-
and Mrs. Wade Hampton with a party for children and i j of the W. M. S. are requested to be Pork Not Point Free I

i their mothers at her home Friday present."If In order to increase the market Johnson's Fish Camp t; ;
: afternoon, to celebrate the fourth trouble drives you to pray, outlet for large amounts of pork
Everett Hall spent the week end (Near. Hurricane Gate)
:! birthday of her son, Warren. prayer will drive trouble away. now being produced, OPA recentlycut -..
his Mr. and Mrs. I
j visiting parents. I Clewiston, Fla. ,
: Ice and cake served i two ration
cream were by points the point
Coleman ,Hall, in LaBelle. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
,and horns given as favors. Those I Stalls-Adkins values of all pork items. For sim- Rates Reasonable
who enjoyed the afternoon with I ilar reasons, the War Food Admin-
Mr. Mrs. M. W. are W. H. Johnson
! and Bigg leaving Mgr
Warren were Alfred and Alice istration temporarily lifted its restrictions :
today for a ten days': business j icke and Mrs. C. E. Gericke; Bobby, Mr. and Mrs Sion C. Stalls, of on the amount of pork i,
t' trip to New York City. I John and Georgia Weetman and Moore Haven, announce the engage- which a farmer may deliver from ii

I Mrs. L. M. Weetman, Ronnie ,and ment and approaching marriage of his farm. i
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Davis had asl Janet Wylie 'and Mrs.. W. D. Wylie, their daughter, SEWING MACHINE SERVICE

their guests Thanksgiving Day Mr. Jay Carroll Miner, Lief Johnson and Lillian Elizabethto
Rationing Boards Parts All ?
for Makes
and ,Mrs. Paul McClure and song Mrs.: Carl Johnson, Boyd Vorhees,
John, of LaBelle. Jr., and Mrs. B. T. Vorhees, Karl William M. Adkins I Buttonhole Attachments

I and Eric Larsen, and Patsy Meredith, Mr. Adkins is ihe son of Mr. and I (Continued from Page 1) Used MachinesBox I,
Mrs. Kenneth Baumgardner and) who assisted Mrs. Brown in serving. Mrs/J. W. Adkins of Moore ,Haven. other to go to the second-hand dealer. '
daughter, Karen, of Moore Haven,! The wedding will take place Sun-] 11 Belle Glade :

spent a few days here with her mother -, FOOTBALL BOYS GIVEN day, December 12th, at five o'clock When a man buys a car from a I
Mrs. S. J. Yoder this week. I TURKEY: SUPPER THANKSGIVINGThe : in the Moore Haven Methodist!I'dealer he must get the dealer's copy -

'- I Church. I of this receipt and take it to the tag
Mrs. Connally Nail and Mrs. R.' members of the Clewiston No invitations are being issued' bureau with him when he goes to

:, P. Wainwright and daughter, Mitch- High School football squad. were! and all friends of the young coupleare get the car transferred to his name. I Look to TheFuture
ell, spent Tuesday in Moore Haven given a buffet turkey supper Thanks-i invited to attend the weddingand The purchaser must also be sure I

with relatives. giving evening ,at the home of 1\Ir'j the reception'which will be held the tire inspection record he gets is ,

and Mrs Melvin Pape. at the Woman's Club after the cere- in good order and that it correspondswith !
Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis of Fort)' I ,
Special Misses
guests were
t 1\Iau-1 the numbers on tires of the I
Myers Beach and Mrs. Wade Hamp1ton ryne Prewitt and Parmelia Bourne car he buys. II I
of LaBelle were business visi-' who, have served as financial secre- I
tors in Clewiston Wednesday. taries for the high school athletic GreenbergerRoyalsMiss ; : The man who buys a 1942 car I II
must also have a certificate from
program. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
I the rationing board to show that he
Mrs. E. S. Knight is moving to I Conkling assisted Mr. and Mrs. Dahlis Royals of Moore Haven I After The War
rates a model of that year under the
Gainesville 1\Iel-1
: this week, joining I
vin Pape in serving. and Jerry C. Greenberger, of
: Knight who was transferred MI"I After the suppe'r, an informal Riddle Field, were married at a,I rationing set-up. I
! by the A. C. L. Railroad two get-together was held. Marty Wal- simple ceremony performed Thanks! Dealers must go to the rationing You Will Want To

::1: ago. ,dron was elected 'team captain for giving afternoon at the home of; the board and get ration certificates for I

' ---- I the year. groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo all the cars they will have on hand 1! Build A Home
I Mr. and Mrs. James; Rider_ and r-Those attending were: Richard Greenberger," in'Okeechobee.The Dec. 31They' also must file an
I family spent the Thanksgiving week' Pape, Martin'Waldron, Bruce Beards- Reverend Howell performedthe inventory in duplicate with the II I I

end in LaBelle with Mr.:, and', Mrs.II ley: Buddy Poole, Eric Thomas, ceremony in the presence of a board.
\'I' H. A. Rider and Mr. and Mrs.' J,. J. Melvin Torbert, Sherwood Hall, small gathering of families and It Will Pay You To
! Ridgdill.Sgt. Junior and Jack Martinez, Jean( friends of the couple. I
I I Bledsoe, Dean Holland, Curtis Pul- Miss Marion Ange was maid of boys must keep on fight Buy Your Lots
Vincent. Oglesby left Sundayto len, Jack Piedish, Clarence Stiles, honor and L. M. Raulerson was best we must keep on buy
rejoin his unit at Farmingdale, Ben Bolton, Frank Conkling, Sammy tOur: WAR BONDS until vic
Long Island, after a visit here with Young and Horace Brown. man.The couple left for a short wed r is won. Keep on'BACK NOWCLEWISTON
his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
ding trip and have returned to THE ATTACK.
! I
Oglesby. I II
___, i Clewiston where they are residing.
\ CHURCH I j Mrs. Greenberger' is the daughter I 1a --
.!, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry andson David C. Hancock Pastor I of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Royals of FOR SALE Manning
John, left for Mill-1
:Moore Haven and graduated in June
edgeville Georgia, where Bill Perry SUNDAY, DEC. 5, 1943 I from the Moore Haven High School. Bowman, 9 inch automatic -
i is graduating, from Georgia/ Military ,Sunday School, 945a. m..Dr. C. She is employed at Riddle Field. REALTY
College. E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes The groom attended the Okee- waffle iron ; electric -

'I for all ages.Morning chobee High School from which he reflector and DEVELOPMENT
Mrs Glen Etherton Glenda portable
Sue I I
Worship, 11:00 a. m. was graduated a few years ago, and \
Etherton and: Mrs. F. R.,Maxwell of Nursery for young children in has lived in Clewiston for the past heater Mrs. Maud :
Tampa and Miss Phyllis Etherton of ,charge of the Mothers' Club is held I I year. He is also employed at the I 1
Moore Haven spent Wednesday' in at the Community Center. Field. Hare. 1 11. I 1

Fort Lauderdale visiting Mr. and Special music by the choir. I An informal reception was heldfollo.ving I I

Mrs. Van Bush. I Sermon subject: 'The Christian's! the ceremony and was attended -1

Opportunity." You are cordiallyinvited -| by Mrs. L. A. Royals, Mrs.! 111 {1I. lllIlIllli
Friends of Captain and Mrs.' Stan- to worship with us. George Shumate, Miss :Marion Auge,
ley McCorkle of Aberdeen, Maryland I The trustees will.. hold their reg-I Miss Nancy Dillard, L. M. Rauler-1. :tom
have received announcements' ular meeting on Monday, Dec. 6,' at I son', Jr., Jack Waters, Mr. and Mrs. :;: k
of the birth of a daughter to themon 'I :
8:15 p. m., at the church. Leo Greenberger, Harry Paul and
November 15th. The McCorkles Doiitrelyonai '
Gay Greenberger. 1' 1
have another daughter, now two FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
years old. I H. C. Meartor Pastor I I
1 / FOR SALE 5-room .i. t.
Mrs. J. F. McLure, Jr.. of Washington Sunday School-9:45 I.: WIS h.:?
a. m. I house lot g
on corner
and Mrs. F. A. Flanders of Morning Worship-11:00 a. ra. I

Moore Haven were visitors in Clewis- Training Union-6'15 p. m.I centrally located. 2400. .;. .:-
ton Wednesday. Mrs. McLure is 51 I Evening Worship:30 I b
p m. ::
enroute to Fort Lauderdale to visita t Special feature preceding training I Mrs. J. B. Sigler, Hook-.I one ::

sister. Capt. McLure left a fewweeks l union will be singing I II
| a program.I I
Point. 1 It. Ij
7 ago overseas duty. This will start at 6 p. m. Be pres ers j

Mrs. James M. Boyd and children I::<:SO" .._ <:';1. c'_ ,......._ :J""fI .
I. of Fort Myers and Mrs James A.j .?. .?....
Boyd of Leesburg, were guests oft ..;. '-\f ,.:,
their parents, Mr. and Mrs W. T. I :' .;,
,Wheeless here Thanksgiving weekend I ::: :
FOR YOUR 1943 .. .. "
: .
Mrs. James A. Boyd remained \ .:. IIIII" .'.:''

for several days. 1D3-= ',', I .t' KSYS\ ..i'III

Friends of Gratton George will be A !
delighted to learn that he is thought| savings account, .;!;

to be improving under new treat- _
ments which are being given him inj I HUNTING LICENSESSSE -'Ii with our insured :;:

a Cape Girardeau, Missouri, hos-1! '
safety will 1
I pital. i I \COpP4 provide .
I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pape, Mrs.i' -, :: the things you want ::
Ida Hawe and Mr. and Mrs. Clydel I "

Egley and children, Ronnie and| . I ?
Beverly spent Thanksgiving Day
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Canal Point with Mr. and Mrs. : : *
Lence and Mr. and Mrs. T. W, GriP=l .,." :<. h h ?

fltb. I :;: :?!:

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Mrs. F. E. Chalker has arrived Mrs. E. C. Mills And Mrs. ;. .i'
from Taruna to be with her daughter I

Mrs. C .D. Beatty, who is re- '
I '\ cuperating from an operation per-
formed at the focal hospital. Mrs. yy
;d Beatty's sister, Mrs. Dan Galvin, who J. K. Rogers %

''i was here with'' her for a short time, +
'i[ bas returned to her home in St. Pet-
:I! ,ersburg. TIntii li lllil IIIUIIrrmrr. 1Il!Imllll'0 II'III'IIII' 11111I11111110.'iHilli/ \ lilill"II" J

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NEWS ANALYSIS SU Gems of ThoughtThere 1.

never was in the world II

Nazis Wreck Northern Italian Ports two opinions alike, no more ,

I than two hairs, or two grains; ,

To Hamper Future Allied Operations; ORlW. EA N the diversity.-Montaigne.most universal quality' is .:,:;1;t

United Nations Formulate Relief Plan; iWNUSarve The manly part is to do with "' t,
might and main
you can. ,
U. S. Issues Current Casualty FiguresEDITOR'S Washington, D. C. About New York: -Emerson. ; ,

GOOD WORD ON EGGSIf What looks like a palace at Park Being all fashioned of the self-same :',
scrambled Ave., and 51st is merely the uppity dust ,
( NOTE: When opinions are expressed In these columns,this they are those of) you like eggs-fried, Racquet and Tennis Clubhouse '. Let us be merciful as well as just. '>
of ,
and not necessarily newspaper. interest
Union's news analysts Easter-this you.
Western Newspaper- Union. ______ or may There is.a Park Ave. 'penthouse that -LONGFELLOW.God ?
___ ____ Released by Western Newspaper The high price of eggs will soon ,
has a garden with a 30-foot water- will always show His will "

come tumbling down. This Humpty- fall Radio City's studios are to one who is willing to do it.- '. '.-
\ about :
; ? Dumpty event "
built like boxes within Anon.
the sale of five million cases of sepa- !
rate rooms within rooms, raised Don't part with your illusions.
government eggs from the building floors by steel they are
I War Food administration, responding gone you may 11'When I t
r to the prodding of critics, admits springs covered with felt in orderto still exist, but you have ceased t
improve acoustics. Imagine go- to live.-Mark Twain.
that it was.putting too many eggs in
ing through all that trouble for soap I
and lend-
for military
one basket, operas ,The Music Hall Rock- ...
lease requirements, at the expenseof '
ettes can live comfortably without

Release civilian of requirements.this tremendous quan- I ever leaving the'theater. They work Morning Glories to I :".

I there, can eat in its restaurants, a'i
won't alarm the housewife -
r tity of eggs Brighten
and have a luxurious
dormitory atop ;
but worries War Food experts II /i
the theater to sleep in ,,. Talk
because it discourage produc-
might '
% tion for next year. about tact. At one Park ave. place, THE Heavenly Blue I.'
the headwaiter bows
Meantime, War Food and CPA never to a glories bloom indoors the .
\ \ patron if he is with
a not
woman around in this bathroom.
are rowing over the price to be paid ,.
his wife.
for these five million cans of cold thought of such morning

storage eggs. WFA officials, pro- should prompt a man to get \

tecting the producers, want a higher Thirty-two years after Columbus his key hole saw and cut out scallops '

price for cold storage eggs than discovered America the strip of land for the top and bottom of _

+ fresh now known as Manhattan was discovered -
.. eggs.
,v ;Qa' % rkt ;.z,\ Fi iGt\ #a A v:; \'?* .aoi'sc'.vras) OPA, thinking of the housewife, .by Giovanni da Verrazanno. I A 1 BLUE AND WHITE CABINET I I "
_.___ _____ aaakrx+ wY zaa.waa 'aino ; .u3 t; -
m says: "This is the first time we ever There,isn't' even a street named aft- 'ID... :0 SCALLOPS f

Allied Pact-Seated around conference table from left to right, U. S. heard that eggs become more valu- er him What many sightseers

Secretary of State Cordell Hull; Russian Foreign Commissar Vyacheslav able as they get older!" think is romantic and picturesquein / "

Molotov, and British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden, sign historic pact in But War Food stands firm on the Chinatown are merely rundown 6j

Moscow, calling for League of Nations to preserve postwar peace. principle that the old eggs should tenements. The city's worst slumsare
agreed a broad, basic of international! is located there Our fighting I
Said Hull: "We upon program bring more money. Their reason II
co-operation. The program contemplates the hastening of victory ., the that the old eggs were stored by Mayor LaGuardia has installed a I
of human welfare ." punching bag in one of the City Hall
preservation of peace and the promotion dealers who were playing the usual j =
rooms Only six cities ill Ger- FM :
seasonal game of holding for a rise .
ITALY: CROPS : in price, without realizing that the many contain more Germans than
Yorkville Many of the Ori- .
in '
government was going to step
Destroy PortsItaly's Weather Helps ental herbs sold for high prices in f
and take over at the fixed price.In ,
northern ports of Leghornand Profiting from favorable weather, other words War Food expertsare exclusive food shops are grown in BLUE MORNING GLORIES IN APPLIQUE 1 '' -

Pescara were blocked by Nazi the 1943 corn crop was estimated at dealers Staten Island If you want a DESIGN FOR CURTAINS AND TOWE.Sbox'cabinet
hand of
trying to some
demolition squads to render them 3 billion, 85 million bushels by the whiff of old' New York, go to the
the speculative profit they might
useless to the Allies for future operations department of agriculture on the ba- have gotten, while OPA-trying to Murray Hill Hotel. like the blue and white

or in the event Gen. Dwight sis of conditions November 1. This protect the consumer-wants to hold one in the'sketch, and should start

Eisenhower attempted landings compared with last year's record the price down. Ten times as many people visit someone making applique towels

above.Rome to trap elements of five crop of 3 billion, 175 million bush- inside debateis New York during ,a year as live in and curtains. The mirror on the
German divisions holding out in the els.With still government -egg the metropolis : As far as earth- window sill is kept from slidingby

mountainous country to the south. October weather good and raging. quakes are concerned, the Big Cityis a pair of anchored spools. '.
*, *
Principal action in Italy centeredon without widespread frosts, the large the safest part of the world .

the Fifth army front, where acreage of late corn reached ma- COLD WINTER AHEAD Only 4,000 of the 18,000 Chinese in NOTE: Mrs. Spears has designed a

Lieut. Gen. Mark Clark's mixed turity in Iowa, Missouri, northwestern Whatever you burn this winteroil New York live in Chinatown pattern (No. 207)) for all types of cut-out
coal-it is still to be scallops to be used wood fabric.
Ohio, and parts of Michiganand or going cosmopolitan eln or
This idea how
British and U. S. forces were edg- cold. gives you an The handy man will be fascinated with the
ing forward at the mountain passesat Indiana. Checking summer our burg is: It has three variety of things he can make with this
Mignano, to gain the long, level drouths, rains perked up late corn The public has the impression that I Arabic daily newspapers The pattern. The Morning Glory pattern (No.
to Rome. in the South Central states. Record it is only coaL which is short now. Chinese maintain a school for their 202)) contains 10 designs. Send 15 cents
valley leading oil is shorter rations for each pattern desired to:
yields were in prospect for the Actually, even ,
children in Mott St. The mer-
Once General Clark's for this winter based 34
Northwest. on a
riest locale in town 'is the Puerto
burst through at Mignano, they still Other crop estimates for 1943: per cent cut below pre-war- consump- Rican section of Harlem on Satur- MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS \
will have to buck elaborate Nazi Wheat bushels oats 1- Bedford Hills New York I
835,816,000 ; laws
tion.The day night There are regu-
mountain farther the
fortresses up fuel situation is bad that Drawer 10
148,692,000 barley 330,212,000 so ,
; ; rye, lating the shape of our ,skyscrapers
valley at Cassino, which stands some OPA several months Enclose 15 cents for each
experts pattern
33,314,000 flaxseed 51,486,000 ago
; ; soy
The opening of the Brooklyn
Because Al-
60 miles from Rome. ordered.
lied must clamber rugged beans, 206,017,000; rice, 69,019,000; recommended coupon rationing of Bridge was celebrated as a national Name .............!.................
troops up coal. A debate followed be-
potatoes, 469,092,000; sugar beets, 7- warm holiday. For twelve while
slopes in the face of entrenched en- 239,000 tons, and peanuts, 2,681,955000 ,- tween OPA and the Solid Fuel Coordinator the bridge was being built years, the, chief Address .............................
emy machine gunners and mortars, in which Ickes
pounds-record highs for rice supportedby
engineer had lain partially para
and U. S. artillery must rake whole
the coal industry, opposed ration-
potatoes and
mountain sides to clear out Nazi peanuts. lyzed. The first lady to drive acrossit
ing.But was his wife, who acted as his
is slow. Crowd Markets
posts, progress necessarily Hogs CPA experts believed coal
intermediary.. Just 2 Penetro
Fit Italy.Into WarTo Chicago's sprawling stockyards would be short this winter and, dur- Nose Drops in! each

teemed with over 60,000 live hogs ing the summer, laid plans for cou- nostril help you
get Italy functioning on the (after pon rationing. In August, they were The Herman Goering award is breathe freer almost
a high three-day instantly, so your
side of the Allies, Gen. Dwight 128,500 head, which compared with all ready to go to press with millionsof presented monthly to a member of DR01'5' head cold gets air.
;Eisenhower established a control books. the American Air Force in England Only -2% times as
85,552 for the previous week and 66- coupon much for50c. Caution:
commission headed Maj. Gen. It is given to the Yank who
418 for the same period of 1942. Finally however, the coal co-ordi- Use only as directed.
Kenyon Joyce, formerly of the 9th contributes most to the German war Penetro Nose Drops
As a result, packers paid the"floor" nator vetoed the plan. Now it is too
service command. effort.: It is a large iron cross (12
late to
impose rationing-
of $13.75 for only the heavier
of the commission will be because there by 12 inches) worn around the neck
Purpose weights out of the 200 to 275 pound partly is not sufficient
to fit the country's agriculture and range on which the government has time to print the coupons and give The RAF has a similar prize- Lizards Drop Tails

,industry into Allied war plans, and pledged price support. Packers obtained out instructions to local boards; ,also published on'an each week in its paper-a Many species of lizards are able
.to regulate Italian governmental administration because some coal is already sup parody official seal.
many bargains in classes for it awarded to the to detach their tails when pursued,
Recently was
which no "floor" has been .con-. posed to be distributed-inequitably of bomber returned in order to distract the foe.
crew a large ,
To prevent political party -to consumers.
from mission It seems they
from establishing its hold over ''the So called "floor" prices were highon Thus we shall have to rely on couldn't make their radio work

country through military force, the the flooded market, equalling the "dealer rationing." This does not the home. The @--
properly on way gas
commission will control Italy's revived lowest tops since last December. limit consumption-only strings out
was almost gone and ,finally they SNAPPY FACTS
fighting services. the supply in driblets, making a

Advising the commission will be SOUTHWEST PACIFIC: greater delivery task without decreasing were thought forced was Holland.down in what they ABOUT x

the U. S., British, Russian and At Rear consumption.The .
Japs9 public believes that oil is Upon landing, they immediatelyset I
(iFrench committee on Mediterranean their bomber
Pursuing his policy of pinching off bountiful compared with coal, and fire to stayed
affairs and and
Greece Jugoslavia '
with it until it lit the black night
will be included later. N Japanese strongholds in the Southwest OPA is now besieged with applica- up :fiJrRUBBER
They they ran like anythingfor
Pacific by cutting off their communications tions for reconversion from coal to \
WORLD RELIEF: Gen. Douglas MacAr- oil. These applications are being resisted what they thought was the near-

Allied PlansAssembling thur has established U. S. forces to since the impression of abundance est house, praying that the tenants

the rear of the enemy's important of oil is merely an illusion. were. sympathizers. It was not until almost 300

in the east room of forward base of Buin on Bougain-, It was the saloon around the corner years after Columbus that

the White .House, representatives ville island in the Solomons. FEWER TIRES FOR ALLIES from their base! first commercial' use was

rom 44 united Nations With U. S. marines and dough- One thing not discussed at the made of rubber. Native rob
signed an One of the most important storiesof ber articles play balls,
Moscow conference rubber
boys standing astride the Japs' communication was
agreement for the lines leading to Buin tires. If the question had been the war (how the surrender of bowls bottles hats, capes
relief and rehabili- the Italian 'fleet was achieved by a and shoes-were brought to
they were in 'position to strike raised, Russia would have been told
tation of Europe, radio engineer of the Overseas Spain and Portugal from vari-
w P against the enemy supplies, and his that tires on Lend-Lease will haveto
with each country ? main body from the rear. be reduced sharply. Branch of the OWI) was ignored or ous parts of Central and
providing suppliesto Bougainville is the Japs' last important Reason is that U. S. trucks and buried by most newspapers. Not Northern South America years
the limit of its one of them even mentioned his before the commercial meritsof
buses their tires
holding in the Solomons, and are wearing
He is Robert Morris Pierceof rubber realized.A .
capacity.Of were
apparently they were determined to to the fabric, and Jesse Jones' long I
the 46 million take advantage of the wild nature of ballyhooed synthetic tires are fall Cleveland, Ohio, attached to theArmy's rapidly growing army of more

tons of food, seed, the humid, tropical isle for another ing behind schedule. There is plentyof Psychological Warfare than 500 rubber-growing specialists -

fuel; clothing, raw long, delaying action. new rubber, but a dire lag in branch, of which OWI is an important from' the U. S. Is now In the
materials Here is how itwas,
machin- tire production. part Amazon rubber district expeditingthe

,ery and medical >f U.S., CASUALTIES : Meanwhile, bus and truck trans- done When Italy surrendered, a collection of crude rubber and (

supplies that will be portation has never been more vital. message was prepared for broadcastto conquering the leaf disease thathas

needed for European Total 120,967U. Last year inter-city buses carried the Italian fleet. It was doubt- taken severe toll of the jungle trees.WEEKLY .

relief during Herbert S. casualties totaled 120,967 for more passengers than the railroads ful if the fleet would hear itbecause -
the six months folLehman almost two of the Italian Navy had a strict
years war, with the (680 million compared with 669 million -
j lowing the war, the army reporting: 89,648, and the navy ), though they travelled fewer taboo on listening to our broadcasts
! U. S. will furnish nearly 9% million 31,317.Of miles. Pierce solved the problem by n tl f2 +

tons, Great Britain 3% million tons, the army casualties, 12,841 If they are crippled, the weight working all night to shift the big
iEurope 29 million tons, ,and other killed transmitter to the international distress -
were 30,263 wounded, 23,952 would be thrown back on the already
regions 4 million tons. Congress will missing and 22,592 prisoners. Since struggling railroads. Also, many signal band to which ships of
appropriate the funds for American all nations listen The messagewas
the landing at Salerno, September 9, places would be without transportation -
participation.Slated the U. S. suffered 8,556 casualties in since 54,000 communities have broadcast every 15 minutes for

for appointment as direc- Italy, with 1,295 killed, 4,764 wounded no :rail service. several hours When the Italian 0FGoorLchR

tor general of the relief and rehabili- and 2,497 missing.Of ,The army, OPA, ODT and the rub:: fleet steamed into Malta (as a resultof

tation administration was former the navy casualties, 12,548; are ber director's office are putting their the broadcast) Admiral Sir Andrew

:Governor Herbert Lehman of New dead, 5,542 wounded, 8,999'missing; heads together to find a way out. Brown Cunningham, Allied
;!York. Purpose of the administrationis and 4,228 prisoners.Of One solution will be a reduction of Naval Force Commander, said:

: to tide over distressed people of the nearly 7,700,000 men in the tires shipped on Lend-Lease. Russia "Tell General McClure they've accomplished i

;reconquered areas until they can put army, about 2,500,000 men will be alone was promised 500,000 this in one day with propa-

their factories and land back into serving abroad, by the end of the year, in addition to 2,000,000 already ganda what I've been trying to" do

production. year. delivered. l' for three years with the Navy. I fit

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f.. Standing True to FormThe ? J ri9 lifYl1 G' ? A quiz with answers offering ?

village grocerymanwhowas slal/OrHER information on various subjects ?

also an air-raid warden of long ? 1
standing-was very proud of the hhhMhhhhn MMe .MMhhhhhn.e.t.MMMMMMhhhhr..hhh Mh

fact that his photograph had been The Questions 7. When did the ,Boston tea par '
fit published on the first page of the ty take place?

a e 8 local newspaper. 1. "Speak softly and carry a big

While he was showing it ,to one stick" was the motto of what famous The Answers ',-.

t of his customers, a rather formi- man? ,
dable old lady, he detected a certain 2. In what war did the Poles '
lack of enthusiasm on her Kosciusko and Pulaski command 1. Theodore Roosevelt. -,
I part, and said apologetically: "Of American troops? 2. Revolutionary war.
it's not 3. Our planes flying in the strat- 3. Downward from 67 degrees'
I course, a very,good photo. below '
I'm out of focus." osphere encounter what degree of zero.
coldness? 4. One whose pages are rough,
"Yes the old lady replied witha '
4. What is meant by a deckle-
grim smile, "you're always out edged book? 5. Rocks in which valuable met
of something. You were out of 5. What is gangue? als occur. '

string beans Tuesday and out of 6. In what country is the kopeck 6: Russia.

flour Friday!" medium of exchange? 7. In 1773.COLDS'.

I L Cheery Pinafore for Little Girl I grandma's day COUGHINGin was often treated-

with medicated mutton suet to relieve
I'r colds' and
coughing muscle aches. Now
Pattern 7638 contains a transfer patternof mothers just rub on Penetro. Modern
sal'. a ,} ;tWHAT a motif 6 by' 10 inches and six motifs medication in a base containing old fash
t f averaging 3 by 4 inches; complete directions ioned mutton suet. Penetro works 2 waya
aK y for pinafore.Sewing (1) Vaporizes (2) Stimulates circulation
r r d >
IIf where '
rubbed on. Stainless. GetPenetro.

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I Come Ye Thankful People, Come
the MaceThe
; (See Recipes Below) ; Showing

Thanksgiving! mace, or symbol of author-
Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu ity, of the speaker of the house of
I turkey representatives stands in a pedestal -
Traditional Thanksgiving : _
at his right'hand during
may this, year give way to roastS every
Thanksgiving Dinner session Collier's. When
chicken, butt e says a
feast can have all Chilled Cranberry and Orange member ignores the order of the-

!S the spirit of those Juice p speaker to be silent and resume

you>have had in Wafers his seat, the speaker reminds one
former years. Roast Chicken and all of his position and power

f'V ,Though your Celery Stuffing Gravy by having the mace carried around PAIN
less Baked Sweet Potatoes the room.
meal may be Need not Spoil your DaY-Get after It Now
t.I elaborate, every Apples Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -'
food can be done Squash Puff BroccoliHot When armored knights met,' it pain of muscular rheumatismand

i to a turn, the frills may be Justus RollsPumpkin Pie 0JK was customary for each knight to Use other only rheumatic as directed.pains.First Caution bottle:

I interesting, and your thanks can rise raise the visor of his helmet as a purchase price back if not satisfied.60c .
Relishes: "Cranberry Sauce, of identification. This and $1.00.
to a new height. means ges- Today, buy C2223.Shoulder .
r Trussing Chicken. Olives, Celery ture has come down through all
I : Insert trussing needle through Recipes Given. armies in the form of the salute.

I : body of chicken below knee joint and Traditional, too, is the Army man's

:' pull cord through; continue cord *Baked Sweet Potatoes and Apples. preference for Camel cigarettes.With T lro ,cal

:: through wings. Tie tightly to hold (Serves 4) men in the Army, Navy, Ma- ,. .
i i ; wings close to body. Stuff neck 2 large tart apples rines, and Coast Guard, actual LEARN AI OR1WG[ i!
: and sales records in their service 1 I-
opening of chicken with stuffing 2 large cold cooked sweet potatoes ALMOND
tuck.n .ck skin under cord. .Use, an- teaspoon, salt _, stores show that Camel is the
other piece of cord, and insert needle 2 tablespoons margarine favorite" It's one of the favorite 7 j
through legs' rear joint. Stuff gifts with service men. And though
V\ cup corn or maple syrup y
II I body cavity and truss opening with there are Post Office restrictionson
, Core, pare and cut apples in
truss pins or cord. Draw cord from slices. Saute each slice in margarine packages to ove'rseas Army
I legs around.tail piece and tie legs until lucky girl to own this men, you can still send Camels to a Gun-

\ down close to body. soft, browning nearly the pinafore! It took very littleof soldiers in the U. St, and to men Or the,Cost of One.
:\1 The stuffing is just as important pieces thoroughly. Mother's time to 'do this simple in the Navy, Marines, and Coast
I as the chicken itself; Have it not Cut potatoesinto pattern and this easy stitchery. Guard wherever they are.-Adv. I # BUY WARBONDSBY

too soggy, not too dry, and well sea- rather thick There are motifs for two pinafores

\ soned. slices, sprinkle or use them on nursery lin-
I *Roast Chicken. t with salt and ens or some tot's clothes or bibs.I' '

4 to 5 pound roasting chicken place a slice of
: r Salt (J/i to J/4 teaspoon per-pound- ) fried apple on the- side of each po-

': Stuffing tato. Arrange in a shallow baking A//j'
'I SelfPity"In I
Melted fat dish, pour syrup over all, dot with
Singe chicken, clean, wash and butter. Bake % hour in a moderateoven
dry. Rub inside with salt. Stuff until potato absorbs
syrup. their, winter the
with celery stuffing and truss. *
patriarch of the circus' elephant
Rub surface with unsalted fat. Placeon Makes
( 12 to 16
rack in an uncovered roaster, 1 yeast cake rolls) herd finished his morning airing t.r -HElD COMFORTABLY SNUG THIS WAY
and returned to,his luxurious box-
breast up. Cover with layer of fat Vz cup lukewarm water -, Face-lines sag wrinkles form-when plates remain un
from body of chicken, then with a 3 all-purpose flour sifted stall. In one corner, sitting up and worn.Avoid this-hold plates firmly all day,every day with
cups hunched back far it could this"comfort-cushion," dentist's formula.
into melted t as as a
, clean cloth dipped unsalted 1 level tablespoon sugar
! fat. Roast, uncovered, in a 1 teaspoon salt get, was a little mouse. The elephant I. Dr. Wernet's plate powder forms Recommended by dentists f or SOyears.
, ) until ten- glared at him, and then with soothing "comfort-cushion" between 3. Dr.Wernet's powder is economical;
slow oven (300 degrees 2 heaping tablespoons lard trunk and plate and gums-lets you enjoy solid a very small amount lasts longer. -
: der, basting occasionally with drip- ]/2 cup milkDissolve swaying rolling eyes, remarked foods, avoid embarrassment of loose 4.Made of whitestcostliest ingredientso I

:, pings. Season with additional salt : yeast ,cake in lukewarm : plates. Helps prevent sore gums., pure you eat it in ice cream.
! when half done. I water. Mix dry ingredients, working "Of all the pusillanimous, insig- 2.World's!.largest selling plate powder. Pleasant tasting.
Remove cloth near end of roasting in lard as for nificant, ineffectual-looking crea- All druggists 30f. Money back if not delighted
t period and allow to brown. A pie crust. Add tures I have ever seen, you are
chicken weighing 4 to 5 pounds re- milk and yeast the tops."
quires 30 to 35 minutes per pound,to mixture to make The little mouse looked up at him I

roast. A smaller chicken 40 to''45 dough. Turn ontoa and said: I I I I' I 1
minutes per pound. floured board "Well, I've been sick!"

Cranberry Sauce has a place with and knead well. J
i all fowl, and especially in 'the Roll and cut into

Thanksgiving dinner: any shape. Let
Cranberry Sauce. rise 2 hours. Bake
3 cups cranberries 20 minutes in a IN THE ARMY AIR FORCES,

IVz cups sugar .hot oven (425 degrees).
1 cup hot water Your choice for dessert may bea they say:

Put berries, sugar and water, intoa pumpkin pie, or perhaps an old- ;. for getting .
saucepan and let stand for 5 ,min fashioned steamed pudding with t"4' DAWN PATROLLING before reveiJ1e
utes. Then cook 5 minutes. Remove lemon sauce: up
5 Steamed Pudding. 'Y'r for strive to do best
from range and let stand ; lGET EAGER" your
minutes, then cook for another 5 (Serves 6)
I minutes. Cool and serve with roast 1 cup bread crumbs "SUGAR REPORT f r letter
fowl. V-i cup soar milk i ':f 'VY.S}COir''k from a girl friend

Now, for the vegetables. You will J/4 cup shortening r\r, "CAMEL" for the favorite cigarette with men
probably have several kinds in mind % cup sugar in the Army
such as: % teaspoon vanilla
1 egg '

V& cup sifted flour / !

Lynn Says: teaspoon baking soda 'p5 CAMELS
34 teaspoon nutmeg
Conserving Fuel: You'll not Yz teaspoon cinnamon. HAVE GOT WHAT IT

only be saving on your own fuel V-2. cup raisins J '} *,: TAKES ALL RIGHT RVrrt
Vz cup chopped nuts -
::1 bills but also co-operating with r yy' :Y r'tn rly
Soften bread crumbs in -
sour milk. I
; government requests if you save Cream shortening and sugar until & PLENTY OF FLAVOR
on cooking heat. Here's how: _.
When using oven, plan to cook fluffy.egg and Add combine vanilla and with blend.milk Beat and :{:sz7.y T.. :. y;. AND EXTRA + .a

several items in it at once. Meat ,14a .,
crumbs, then add to first mixture.Sift t
and vegetables, and even hot ingredients and 4s r MILDNESS
dry spices, add
bread and dessert
can be raisins and nuts and combine with
cooked in oven. It's poor econo- first mixture. Steam for 1 hour ina
my to use both oven and surface
heat to get a dinner
together. f FIRST IN THE SERVICEWith
I Food should be ready for oven // you want sugar-saving suggestions,
at the same time oven is correct write to Lynn Chambers, Western' News CA men in the Army,Navy,Marine Corps
temperature. Do not keep opening paper Union, 210 South Desplaines Street, M EL
oven door to see "how thingsare Chicago, Illinois. Don't forget to enclosea and Coast Guard, the favorite cigarette It

coming along." your stamped reply., self-addressed. envelope for Camel. (Based on actual sales records.)

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--'- ., his furlough at home, he remembered made (that morning) spaghetti, then, Weekly Business ReviewState Florida's Engineering Experiment
.............. .... ............ .. ..... ...., I with ,"
(..: :..: : : : : : : : : :-: : : : : : ; : : :-: : his good friend, George B. Smith, lamb with peppers, then a chop Station at Gainesville. I
and knowing George Is. not receiving eggs, bread, wine, coffee '(G.I.. ) Legislative |i :
I I the News came in and entereda fruit and walnuts. Very good and ( Chamber of Commerce) funds voted for the carrying on of ;1'1'I
i the preparation. .This Use of Florida's mineral depositsin this'and other 'types of industrial :
With two year subscription as a gift for a bit strange, "i
greater quantities research, at the }
him. He says George is now a corporal family will not take money. One a post-war behest of the State i
rich quick, promise, ,the ,research division of Chamber, have been released to the
in the air corps, and is stationed I example, others are get ;1 '
at the Flexible Gunnery School for instance asking price for 25 the Florida State Chamber of Commerce Board of Control by Governor' Hol .":

i Our Boysin at Kingman, Arizona. I cent bottle of wine, $3. We chase review said In its. weekly business land. ..' '.Jr
I, those in a hurry. We are in an yesterday.The "We see. in this and in other ;'
writes to I apple orchard this time. Plenty of discovery of crude oil In the movements," the review continues ."! 4
Pfc. John Bledsoe us
theService change his address to Camp Shelby,I pie. Bought turkeys, chickens, Everglades, as the result of sizable "slgnlficent new curiosity in what i I'' ;
Mississippi. John says "I sure do calves, eggs to supplement rations.I research expenditures by private en- Florida has underground which 7
from home I Be getting fat again If this keepsI terprise, is, certain to excite the interest promises employment and financial
enjoy reading news I
week." I I I up. Was plump for me last May. of prospectors in other min- reward in the days immediately I fo
I once All of these people are Catholic and eral categories, State Chamber an- ahead. ;M.

I every village has a church. Most of alysts predict. Florida, they assert, "State Geologist Herman Gunter :
Woodrow Bledsoe has been moved I them are beautiful inside and quite saw the value of minerals it now is experiencing the busiest days of '.
{ from Camp Robinson, Arkansas, to old. Not unusual for one to be three mines jump from their 1940 valueof his long and useful professional :': ,
I Camp Fannin, Texas.' I hundred years old. Plenty of mon- $16,131,693 to 21,112,277 in service to the people of Florida; "

.......:.:..:..:.--=..:..:..:..:..:":,,:":":":"Xoo:":": : ":-':;': I astaries. Bells everywhere, ringing 1941. Current figures, not yet furnishing analyses and data to r\\
Clayton S. Waters who has been I four times an hour with strokes for available, indicate a rise in produc- prospectors, a fact which foretells 'IJ
John E. Davidson, member of a stationed in Texas, is now on maneuvers I the hour and different tones for tion as large if not larger, .in 1942 in some degree, the kind of economy \i\('
Troop Carrier Command Squadron I in Louisiana, ,and Sgt. Joe I the rmeaining quarters, half. Was and 1943. post-war development is shap'Y' ,
in the Mediterranean Theater has I Hall, who has been stationed in I quiet around here, not now. Got "New'uses of the Staters minerals ing in Florida."

recently been promoted to technician, Louisiana is on maneuvers. in Texas. i my beef scouts out and they are are almost certain to be discovered I Florida has produced more than t:.'
i i
fifth grade. He is the son of Mr. ,i. (I coming in. Another like this soon, ," ,it was pointed out, "as a result 461 million dollars worth of miner:1:
:and Mrs. J. E. Davidson of Clewis- Capt. Hurd Lee Reeves, Jr.,. wrote I I hope. Give my love to all the of experimentations soon to be als since 19pO, the review concluded. ,
'ton and a-graduate of the LaBellelIidh his mother under date of Oct. 23 of I girls. Love, Hurd Lee." undertaken by' the University of f rl'.

School.. He was ,employedhere some of his experiences in a sectionof I .
. .
:going by into the the U.armed S. Engineers forces. before conquered Italy where he is ,I:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:I..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:-..-:.-.:-..:..:.
stationed. He told in particular of I I
w ?i
being able at last to secure some ::: j
Aubrey Duncan visited friends in I I Iyill
real Italian spaghetti as the guestin
leWiston: this week. He has recently an Italian home. His letter containing -i
been transferred from Virginiato much first hand information' i

ton,' "Washington Camp Aubrey house.Springs, D.was C.Army employed While Air in,Clewis-Base at- !' the at.I of would"Dear interest not Mother-Thought follows tell you: I was at in Italy firstI !j CIewiston; Golf Co U r s e I IE.

-keep your worries down. Quite
sure you know it, though by this

'Way, out U. S.in Navy the ran Pacific across ElbertHooker Mer- time. One is of your letters indicated that :: E. LEONARD, Professional ::1:1i
"same. It a surprise to me
rell Lowe, U. S. Army, and they hada conclusion .y. ., ,
you did not come to the ..
grand visit together. They prob- ..
much sooner. One of my dumbest
ably won't be situated so they can
girl friends did. No need for you
the visit often, but El
repeat very to worry, I'll do all of that, if any
bert was really delighted to find i
is needed. Italians cause
from home out there.
someone most of it. The peaceful civilians
cause me more trouble than the sol
Nordica McLure, wife of Jim Mc- diers they had In Sicily did. It, would

'L/uTe, visited briefly in Clewiston take six charged strands of wire to .s'
"its week. She reports that Jim, kepe them out of the camp area. We .y. I ':'
"now "a captain, is on overseas assignment like to let a barber or two hang ivI 7..

"former residents now. ,The as Jim McLures was with are rest around, no.and However the laundresses.the greatest The I I You will find a big smile, a hearty welcome and lots of pep t
the U. S. Engineers before going in- number of them are vino (wine) I! .

to service. peddlers. Then the beggars and:' :.:.: and enthusiasm when you go out to the course-Makes *

I trinket men. Some just ..
Ruth and Red Vaughn were certainly all of them in the way. curious-I' :i: you believe you can hit 'em 270 yards right down the :
happy Tuesday when they received professional women try to set up in
two letters from their son, the vicinity. It is continuous work II : middle He will make
_: do it too if you'll him :
you give
3itid months. ,
the first in almost three keeping them all out. Army wants .. ..
The censors had done such thingsto those who own the land allowed in ; the chance.J ..
them that they only know he has I to tend their business. Of course, f :
.moved his new address, and "Much I each half acre is jointly owned by I :
love, Bud." Bud is with the no less than 22 people. We have Y'to' ..:..

tion engineers, and when aVia-1 been kept mostly in country sectors Q t .
is hamming as it is right with only small towns. ''These peo- '

aviation engineers, have only time to ple are not of the higher classes. Of _.' Ask. him about week-end contests and prizes, also about ;
'work, eat and work some more with ,late they've been improving. Now I ,
a, bit of sleep wedged in occasional where we are ,one finds either ex :;: the tournament he 'is'pl '
nning. for 4
ly. There's nothing more:. impor- treme. Electric lights in houses an early an- :;::

tant than the work they are doing where the water still comes from the 11 ::: .
I :: noun cement concerning the ladies.
and seeing done with every passing square in a jug. All over Sicily I
May. tried to get some real Italian spag :: ..

;hetti. One invitation. to dinner for]'I I .t' .. .}
Lawson, Jones, recently of Fort same from an exiled baroness.I! '

yoeman Myers, lie has] to been chief promoted petty officer from Moved little three town close hours by before where dinner.A I gave. J :' '; :it:<< :,< ',(;::;;;" ,;,<'i' ., 'i ; '':,; ':: ,i,':" !

and has been transferred from Camp Thomas (my orderly) a pass produced .- _
;Weary, Williamsburg, Va., to Camp it for me yesterday. He ate : [ ..
.. "
"Endicott, Davisville, Rhode Island., with them, told me about'' it and .. ) '.:'.
,* made .. ..
arrangements for me. A Capt. .
Sgt Jack Moorman, home on fur- is hot stuff with these people. A J' .:-.

lough, is spending all the time he couple of the family spent the, day Balls
can in the woods at his favorite sewing for me, then we went to their' Clubs, Golfing Supplies i

sport, hunting. He says his bag so home for supper. Poor, by our v .

Tar this season, includes 60 quail, 1 standards, very clean, even the kids.I :!: ENJOY FLORIDA SUNSHINE IN THE OUTDOORS :V: I I
'rattlesnake and about 5,000 Ger-. which is unusual. Some old and .. v

Inans. good furniture in the bedrooms. In- t 'i'
vited to spend the night-any :i: y

, While J. B. Brantley was enjoying I night. Supper consisted of home-I =:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":":":":":":":" ':":":":':":":":":":"'.'':'.:....''............'.....................................................................................................0.J:::

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