The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00875
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00875
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: RECREATION HALL FIRST CADET KILLEDIN I' No Tires Are Yet fitting Urges Housewives

Given By Board ,

r. TO OPEN WITH A CRASH OF PLANE The Clewiston tire rationing To Use Less Sugar In His :

55; DANCE ON FRIDAY WHILE NIGHT FLYINGThe board held' a meeting on Tuesday,

: night to consider several applica-

S tions for' tires and tubes but re Talk On Radio ThursdayAgricultural

':: ,Plans have been, virtually com- first fatal crash, during the ported this morning ,that only one
truck tube had actually been issuedto ---------------------- -
pleted for a dance to be 'held next four months of operation of the I

:. '. Friday night at the new Sugar Riddle-McKay Aero College near date, a truck tube to Herring : cBroadcasts I

I:.*, Corporation auditorium the Community here occured about 3:30 o'clock and Hudspeth, ice distributors. Group i l Over NBCOn N

'. I 1 l Center which will formally Tuesday morning when Roger Applications have been made by I

.', this recreation 20 fell I. S. Bell, constable, for one tire; Here On Defense Program "
; open new building Crosskey, to his death while
':: for: the employees of, .the corpora- night-flying in a Vultee basic by E. E. Gross, city employee! for
tires M. C. Doke mail carrier For
: tion. trainer. The plane burst into flames two ; -- Women

.: A nine-piece orchestra has been when it struck the ground andCrosskey's tire and tube; Wilbur Goff, mail ] One hundred agricultural
carrier tire and tube Jos' Robbins sentatives of the 'nation,
; '
engaged for the
1, evening from West body was badly burned '
Palm Beach and dancing will con- before the fire could be extinguished city employee, two tires, one tube; 'I three-day tour of Florida Clarence R. 'Bitting, president of

tinue from nine o'clock until one and the body extricated. Thos. Burgner, molasses dealer, day, with a trip through the the United States Sugar' Corporation -

two truck 'tIres and tubes. I and vegetable producing was guest speaker on a pro-
S o'clock. The
An board
: building, however, army investigated the
. for the gram of the Blue Network of the
The county quota Januaryis Everglades and the
> ) ., will be opened at eight so that accident later that day but at this
; I 12 tires and tubes and section of the lower East National Broadcasting Company at
those who wish 'to. inspect the time the results of the investigaion -
truck ,tires and tubes Clewis 11:15 a. m. on Thursday of this
. thirty-nine They passed through
!... building and its beautiful furnishings have no 'been made public. Ac-
... half of which number would come'to the morning and while here week.
may do so during' this period. cording to the best information \ I
the Clewiston The local brief of the This is a regular weekly
inspection sugar program
The dance is for employees of available Crosskey was coming in I
4 board is composed of E. L. Stewart, and sugar corporation directed principally to the Womenof
;', the corporation only and their to land when a sudden blanket of I
S / chairman, W. N. Martin and Dr. under the guidance of' America entitled "What Can I
1 ::5 families or dates and will begin
fog lifted above the ground. He
J.. W. Ezelle.COMMITTEES. Crochet, assistant to the \ Do" and is designed to acquaint
a regular schedule of activities for
evidently mistook the fog blanket'
housewives with their important
the entertainment and recreation
I for the ground and as he levelledoff The tour 'was sponsored part''' in the national defense effort.
i of the employees. A second dance
; ; for the landing his plane went! Florida Council of Farmer Mr. Sitting's talk was on sugar
is scheduled for February 6, the NAMEDTO
into a spin about two hundred feet atives in cooperation with the economy and methods by which
following .Friday
: s Coke1 above the ground. Fuel tanks da Agricultural Extension housewives might save sugar and ...
R. L. Jr., planned the '
furnishings for the new' auditorium.In evidently burst when the plane hit PROMOTE SALE for these men who were prevent a shortage. Many people I.
heard the talk but for those who
to the National Cooperatives
the wreckage in flames.
'keeping with the -architectureof enveloping
cil convention held in I did not the 'full text of the radio
the building, the three main Funeral services were held: at
1' OF DEFENSE BONDS week.A address is given as follows:
public rooms are furnished in 10:30 a. m. Wednesday morning at

t strictly period furnishings. The the Car strom" Field RAF cemetery I number of agricultural
of Florida Sugar is much like our freedom
ers accompanied I
; S 5 walls of each room are panelled
conducted by the Episcopal rector
', ,in cypress and the furnishings of On Monday night, of last weekin group. and other worthwhile things of ;
(Continued on page 10), life in that we do not appreciatethem
: the lobby, or main entrance room, the Community Center a meet- I .
::t- I until
S they are beyond our
; :, are built around the fireplace ing of the 'Finance and .Budget .
reach. We nevermist the water
'-4, whiCh is of eighteenth century de- RED CROSS DRIVE '
'QUAKE TREMORS Committee of the Hendry County till the well runs dry and we never
This carries '
sign. ,room a huge f
., miss our sugar till the grocer's
Tug of hand-woven flax. Colors of Defense Council, of which M. W.

r,. '" green, brick red and natural linen Bigg is chairman, was held, to NOW BEYOND shelf ,is empty or the price too
\\or... are woven to give'an effect similar I make plans, to stimulate the sale of high.Those, who gave serious consid-
,>>, to Scotch tweed. A pair of authentic -
::f; '_, copies of Chippendale's most' attractive Defense 'Bonds and Stamps. WAY POINT TO eration' to our sugar problem in
MONDAY AT 2:00A recent have realized
-- : Representatives of most of ,the years that a
'sofa in deep maroon top-
substantial. shortage might well
:. grain leather are the outstanding organizations in the city'' were pres-

pieces of furniture this room. ent at the meeting and the follow- A little more than half of arise should we become involved
series of earthquake tremors, '
in There is to be
war. nothing
.. Reproduction of famous oil paint- iston's, quota in the. Red
about twelve in number, occuring ing committees were appointed, to gained by a recitation of what
artists'hang relief drive has been
ings of Early American
about two o'clock Monday afternoon assist, with the work from, these might have been, 'so let us turn' to
date it announced this
sofa pair of
over each and a '
were distinctly felt by almost future.'T '
every- the
organizations: Kiwanis Club-. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson
{' Sheraton ,consoles with mirrors ing by ,
one inside of buildings ,at the time. .
There is in,' being the
S' 'flank the ent.anc'om, .the lobby; *. O. Ward, A. W. Lawrence, Hub. man of the Clewiston Red no glory:
; ._ The quake was" reported by the Jf;: r bearer of bad tid'-i:ajrd I can 'f
to' the reading room. The' op- Spooner; Chamber 'of Commerce, Chapter. : '
the following morning anda -
papers assure
you I no more enjoy -
The drive is going head confirming
posite side of the room facing the seismograph at Columbia,' 'S. C., E. L. Stewart, J. E. Beardsley, C. Secretary Wickard's s words
has a'pair of Duncan nicely, Mrs. Patterson reports
is, ,said to have' picked, l.P' the than voic'ing.them..
he The
L. Downs; American Legion-E. enjoyed .
it is hoped that the quota
IS J drum tables with lamps; and these
tables are, flanked by a pair of tremors. M. Cornette, C. H.. Berner, N.. V. S. 000 for the local chapter sugar situation is 'serious, but not '
The disturbance'was apparently quite as serious as some house-
green leather chairs.A t pair of general over the southern part of Mumford, G. M. Ford;-'Garden. Club, I IlIrs. over-subscribed by the end wives fear. 1

5' 5 large Chippendale, wing chairs are O. *A. Jones, Mrs. E. L. coming week.Individual .
the peninsula and appeared to have The Government has very wisely

55 5 arranged by the fireplace\ and a about equally affected both ,coasts Stewart, ,Mrs. 'E. ''C. Mills. and Mrs. donations are placed ceilings on the wholesale

i- (Continued on page 10)) and the central part, of the state.Scientists W. C. Owens; Parent-Teachers .Association ing by the announced colored but employees the record price of sugar and' these ceilings

have expressed the belief should be reflected in ,retail
-Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff,
United States Sugar .
Registration To BeHeld that it was caused by a, slight Mrs.' R. H. Knight. in the Bare Beach Plantation: I can assure you that unlike the ,

- settling of the coral formation W C. Owen attended the meet- last war you should not be required ,,
is one of which they'
Si S Feb. 14, 15, 'l61 which .forms the base for the ing representing the Clewiston age proud. E. W. McLeod, zone r"'A'i to pay 20 to 30 cents a poundfor ,',J

Florida .
peninsula.The this of life. From
i Federal Savings and Loan Associa- man at this village handed
,tremors caused slight vibra- the price angle there is no excuse ,
tion, and the Boy Scouts, E. L. total of $322 as their ,
The registration of all men be- tion of buildings and, a severe for hoarding sugar. '
' Stewart represented the First Bankof Every employee with the .
= tween the ages of twenty and rattling of windows such been
as occur The Philippines have cut
Clewiston and A. W. Sias, postmaster -
of eleven a dollar to the
forty-four will be held on' February when dynamite explosions occur in lj II ]I promised every'cooperation (Continued: on Page 10)y
Cross 'fund.
14 15 and 16. between the '
the nearby vicinity or there is avery |'in
S I I the bond sales effort. The sugar house employees
.; tours of seven 'o'clock a. m. and stiff wind blowing. But there -
On Wednesday R. M. Bishop of made 'a notable contribution Shortage Of Sugar
; S nine o'clock p. m. on each of the was not a. trace of wind and there
the Kiwanis'Club and E. M. Corn- local
105.00 to the several )
three days, Saturday, Sunday and were no reports which would have
Monday. accompanied dynamite blasts. ette' of the' American Legion ,called ers who contacted them. In Seen By Wickard
the United States Sugar
upon group of workers was Mrs.
Definite places or registration I The quake apparently went un-
I, Corporation and were given assur- Vaughn, Mrs. DeValcourt, \
nave not yet been selected by the noticed in the Sugar Office buildingand
ance that the corporation would F. ,Morrison, Mrs. ,E. C. Mills, War-caused shortage of sugar,
county selctive service board but the other 'larger and better- cooperate' in every "way with the C. A. Martinez and Mrs. fats and oils by: the end of the

* ?'' it is likely that much the same set- constructed buildings of the city. committees named to promote'' the son. year are foreseen by Secretary of

up will be used as in the first 'bond sales. Agriculture Claude P. Wickard, who

.'. registration with the various schools Efforts To LocateDelinquent The matter of purchase of bondson Credit Union Elects says "we'd better prepare for somebelttightening"

." (:)f the county acting as principal the payroll deduction basis has .

registration points. Draftees been discussed' and it is contem- Officers On Thurs Appearing as Mrs. ,Franklin D.Roosevelt's .
All who reached their
.; plated in the very near future that guest on her weekly

'i :' twentieth birthday on or before '- employees of the sugar corporation sponsored radio program, Wickardsaid

:: *ti:; December 31, 1941 and who have In businesses of the Sunday night the sugar 'situation -
: ; an effort to ascertain the and other com- The annual meeting of the
( not reached their forty-fifth birth- I called to "perhaps the most critical"and
whereabouts of those selectees who munity will be upon glades Credit Union was was
day by February 16, will be required have, been delinquent in returningtheir authorize their employees to deduct urged that other kinds of
'' to Thursday night of last week::
This include
I register. will questionnaires, the local a certain amount from each paycheck I sweetening such as honey or syrupsbe

"y any aliens who are within selective service office is having the for the purchase of bonds. the election of officers, used. I

:' the age limits but the state .selective list published, together with their The defense bond committee is report and planning of He gave this reassuring picture,

service board wil attempt to last realize however,. of America's total food
known post-office address, in certain that everyone now for the ensuing year.
get''' waivers on the 'cadets at Riddle the hope that some acquaintance that we are now at war and that supply:
,-,' ,, Field in this county and In the Charles Trenary was hand
will see the name and make known the purchase of bonds and stampsof and "We have more food on
other RAF training schools of the his present address to the local I vital' importance in helping president the union today than we've ever had at this

a f .,. state. Employees at the field,'' however office.It Uncle Sam carry on the tremendouswar H. King was elected time of year. We have large sup-

will be .'required to register: understood that there is no effort and aid the ultimate to succeed G. B. Rackstraw plies of meat, milk, eggs, grain,
Those men who signed because of the
registered the
States. and so on".
action contemplated against these victory of the United vegetables
: two previous registrations will other duties. Charles
not men if they can be located at once. A sugar shortage is probable,

"', ,_'' ": be required to re-register. Those Otherwise the names will be turn- Camera Club To secretary-treasurer of six the he 'said, not only because of elimi-
zation for its first
S men between the ages of 18 and
; ed over to the Federal Bureau of nation of the usual supplies
20 and between 44 and 64 will not operation was succeeded by
Investigation and they will face the Pacific Islands, but because of
Be Here Sunday treasurer'and John
be at this time. as
registered Volunteers
: .', criminal action when located. the necessity of sharing
S)J.I.,, who have not, yet gone to The list is as follows: as secretary.The stocks with the United Nations.

)" service and who 'are within the age directors agreed that from.the large
Jack .
n.' Adams, Clewiston, Florida; : The West Palm Beach Camera sugar
.;. limits and not previously registered I cash reserve of the union to make
Cuban is being used
Harry Bouffler, Jr.,, 138 Narragan- Club will conduct its first tour of crop
':,>:; ,. will be required to register. sett St., Germantown, Philadelphia, the new year Sunday when it comes used for the purchase of Industrial alcohol, he declared, add-
: 'j, s Major Rupert Smith of the bonds. In this he who
tiL Pa. that increased Cuban production -
-: I[ ; Clyde Franklin Watson, Char- to Clewiston for the day, its mem- ing
:. Selective Service office in St. '' leston money into the'. union will not and from South and
South Carolina; Mathew bers to compete for cash prizes of sugar
:', >! Augustine'' was here Tuesday and be helping out himself and the
Crawford, LaBelle, Fla.; James $15.00, $10.00 and $5.00 for the Central America might help
explained several of the new draft '' fellow employees.but will
>. situation.On .
Edward Elrod, Clewiston, Fla.- best prints of selected' subjects.A .
\ requirements. He pointed out that white. representative of the United doing his part for National fats and oils, the secretary
r" j :all men who have been rejected fense. had
Watts Jumper, Immokalee, Flori- States Sugar Corporation will meet said that the United States

previously for some physical defectare da; Watts Billie, Immokalee, Flori- the group of picture makers upon The financial report enough to meet its needs for a

subject to recall unless they da.; Jack Osceola, 1875' River Drive, their ,arrival in Clewiston ,and con- steady growth over the last but that by 1943 "our total

'have been rejected -by a medical Miami, 'Fla.-Indian. duct them over the properties and months in both members and 'may grow short", .,,

advisory board. Creon Hollinger, 205 HighlandsAve. to points of photographic interest. "So", he said, "farmers are be-

.: t. He also explained that selectees ., Sebring Fla.;Bishop Sasser, Luncheon will be at the ClewistonInn Miss Margaret Darlington of asked this year to increase

cannot enlist after their medical Salisbury, Maryland; W. B. Phillips, which will be one of the sub- Palm Beach has accepted a production of peanuts for oil

,' ', ,: examination is given unless they Swedesboro' New Jersey; Dean Reid, jects for photos.!, tion as stenographer in the by 2% times and their 'acreage of

\f- obtain a written release' from the Rt. 2, Bridgeton, New Jersey; About fifty are expected In the of the U. S. Sugar beans' by 50 per cent over last /j

local board. (Continued on page 10)) group. \ She started work Monday. ".

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Supplying Tungsten t

Tungsten is a strategic metal,
vital to the defense of America. !

Although this country produces a I
Don't chop ice in
open cans or considerable percentage of theworld's
the sink-you will damage the supply, 'China leads the

enamel. world in the production of tung- I

PETER sten, thus the United States has t
Don't keep green bananas in the accepted tungsten as backing for t

refrigerator. They ripen at room iJiL B. loans to China. In the past year !

temperature. over 60 per cent of our total im- j
PEEVE ports of tungsten have come from I
If like the flavor of cloves,
China This
metal is needed to
try adding a few whole ones to the [EYE harden steel and make it less sus-

fat in which doughnuts* are fried.Paintbrushes l ceptible to high temperatures. The I
United States is increasing its
when not in use,
own production of tungsten, par-
should be soaked in turpentine and ticularly in the leading tungsten-

washed in warm soapsuds before r producing states, NeVada, California -
they are stored away.Unoriginal Washington, and Colorado.



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Among the world's most cele-
brated paintings that' have re-

quired so much retouching and O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets,
restoration that no part of the ': there are no chemicals, no minerals, no
original picture still remains is phenol derivatives*NR Tablets are dif-
ferent-act different.Purely tegetabk-a
Leonardo da Vinci's famous Last combination of 10 vegetable ingredients ;
Supper in the church of Santa formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoated :
Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy. or candy coated, their action is dependable !
thorough, yet gentle,as millions of ,(
NR's have proved. Get a 25t box today
...or larger economy size. l ?


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ton SI

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is QUICK relief from spellsof : ;

constipation, aggraTating gas, I
listlessness,bad breath,sour stomach, '
thru time-tested ADLERIKA. It Original Names i
soothes and warms the stomach Originally, Brazil was called the
thru its 5 carminatives, while its S Q- WHY DOT Land of the Holy Cross, San :
laxatives draw extra moisture to HER Francisco was known as Yerba

soften and assist in moving intes- t NOTHING Buena and the Benevolent and ... I
tinal wastes thru a comfortable NY.j 1J Protective Order of Elks was
bowel movement. Get ADLERIKA, po HUT-
named the Jolly Corks.
from your druggist today.Depressing : l : t ,

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Stop shallow water still,running, ,1 e Y t /.Y

it will rage; tread on a worm and

it will::;turn.-Robert Greene. e -ouao I
Yn'Rel.a.ed "Cap-BruiS"Applicator 1J
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( br The Bell Syndtc t.7lne.) Public History
What is public history but a

register of the successes and disappointments -
: yEsliI
P' the vices, the follies -
YOUR CHILD'S coughing at night
-caused by throat"tickle" or irritation NO NOI"l6" and the.quarrels of those who "
mouth breathing, or a engage in contention for power.
cold-can often be prevented by < 1A I NyE Paley.IINDIGESTION .
rubbing throat and chest with
Vicks VapoRub at bedtime.

VAPORUB'S poulticeandvaporaction
loosens phlegm,relieves irritation -
helps clear upper air passages ::r:.; Gas may excite the Heart action ..
thus tends to mouth At the first elzn of distress smart men end women
rest :' depend on BcU-ana Tablets to set gas free.No 1.u
breathing and invite sleep. s yf3: tivo but made ot the f.t-"ding medicines known
Try iU! i ptomatic reliet..t gastric hyperacidSty.If tb
J. Millar Watt FIRST TRIAL doesn't prove Bell-ens better,retura
bottle to us and receive DOUBLE Money BACk. 2Sc.
packages of Petunias,Zinnias,
j Marigolds,Sweet Peas,Candytuft, More
Morning Glories and Balsam just Important"We
'send name and address to Vicks, trust, Sir, that God is on
Department our side."
I, Greensboro VICKS'' '.wS "It is more important to know

,N.C that we are on God's side.Reply -

by Lincoln.
Bright Outlook
If matters go badly now, they NOW DOHT TELL M4'( .
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,will not always be so.-Horace. ONETRUSTED THE '" THE FAMOUS 2 DROP
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r Pleasure Through Toil !

1 hurgs % hssedRel T. Pleasure comes through toil. '
er ( When one gets to love work, his j
life is a happy on e.Ruskin."I

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"All the Traffic i

R OOOOTHAT'S / WHO -SHALL Help Them Cleanse the Blood 1: t,,

Would Bear" A LOTTAPEOPLE"Pop 4 7 STARTt NOT Harmful Body Waste f
Your kidneys are constantly filtering j'1 '
I TELLIN IT waste matter from the blood stream.But
L II kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot t
, / TO FIRST act as Nature intended-fail to remove
I that, if retained,
1 impurities may :
There was a time America P -7 poison body machinery.the!system and upset the whole !

when there were no set prices. Symptoms may be nagging backache,
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
Each merchant charged what o 1f getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
MEL under the eyes--a feeling of nervous
he thought "the traffic would ( / anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
< Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
bear." Advertising came to ; too frequent are sometimes urination.burning, scanty or (,
P There should be no doubt that prompt
the rescue of the consumer.It treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
Doan' Pill,.Doan't have been winning
led the way to the established By new friends for more than forty years. ,
0 They havo a nation-wide reputation.
prices you pay when Are recommended by the #
C. M. Payne L i I country over. Atk your neighbor!

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. -."<' .. Wise and Otherwise Was a i? AS( ME ? A quiz with answers offering???

,: V"OU "can get out of life what The A Nn. information on various subjects
,,' A you put into it, but.. you can'tget the TIlER .
J out of it alive. pupils .. . . .. .. .
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.'i When mules have it, nobody "When ,The Questions Gray to write his famous "Elegy"? :
calls it GE ADIOS
"will-power. SCRE Nl he has,' 1. In the name of the extinct 7. Where is the sting of the bee?
Life is one fool thing after By VIRGINIA VALE what is the meaning of
; 4 : another And love is two fool, (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I want ? The Answers
.b things after each other.A Do you?"shotl"t 2. When a Scotsman speaks of
COLBERT'S 1. Terrible. "
. '.-; road sign: "Drive like h-l andyou'll CLAUDETTE m has been They ? Clootie, who does he. 2. Satan. -" .

get there"Once doing a bit of traveling, to the "Very 3. What federal department. in- 3. Department of labor.
in a while you must ly. 'I 4. Clergymen (art of preaching -
the Children's bureau?
.t, \ change your opinions; to im- amazement of inhabitants of What is 4. Which of the following are ).
: prove them. Los Angeles who saw the one- There likely to be skilled in homi- 5. Five (Ecuador, Colombia,

Many a true word .is spoken room bungalow riding alongon and then druggists, clergymen or Brazil, Chile, and Bolivia)'.
I in guess. a truck one evening. It was hand. ? 6. It took him 13 years to write

Most people don't know what made for Miss Colbert at the "Pl ase 5. How many countries touch the poem containing 32 four-line

.7( they want until they get it. Paramount studios, when she one of ? stanzas.
.,, one gets 6. How long did it take Thomas 7. In its tail.
was working in "Skylark.
, was so proud of it that she had it ..
Vitamins Required.for taken to Twentieth CenturyFoxwhen
,. she began "Remember the
Youthful Health, Looks Day." Back she went to Paramount, .

< then, for the new Preston Sturgess
.>: : .picture-and back, too, went the

b i:," >- i.I" ; '' bungalow.MetroGoldwynMayer. --E--: is rushingto
'- ':
the nation's theaters a two-reel
/ : release special, "War Clouds in the WITH
: Pacific," which was compiled by the

.. Canadian December government 7. It proved just to before be so .1

prophetic that M-G-M officials or- sli !Tui .'

..... I a 2'r dered a record number of printsso
I \ that the picture would be avail- !
able for simultaneous showing in
many theaters throughout this ;
s country.Joe SAVE THig1 '
l ---E--: >**wcpUPpK'; .'
E. Brown, wearing women's
: ; > clothes for the first time the 'NOS .
f;;; ./ ;:'' screen in Columbia's "Shut My on Big II A BETTER SMOKE t dl a6ogaft Y tRSIGNtO s sill'sad, 1 '''

Mouth," has set a record for speedIn l I seattor ',,!

'r tf v:;,. _" ..: ,: dressing which will make fem. ,:'fit"! Milder and better-tasting! aieq .

'" ,'Yj: :'" ,_ Your own eyes tell you that j J fa :;: I r: Nose Blower Is Unattractive
fl finest /
Raleigh are quality- / .E
.I'T. WHEN winter comes, can snif fdNF tobacco is more golden colored than <
be far behind? Theycan z s fi ,
if you've the live, singing, joy- in other popular brands. And rememIE j

ous health that vitamins give you. ber-golden colored leaves i
We need all the vitamins to keepour 64i: r' 4N ,' a. 46 a''; Zsw 4
youth and.looks. But we spe- highest prices at the great tobacco -tail
cially need foods containing vita- JV1y ,
sales.Try Raleighs..they cost
no more
min fruits and carrots .,. ,
... A-yellow ( t '1"
as '
sweet potatoes and parsley-to resist than other popular priced cigarettes, I J '

common colds.s t 4 yet they're blended from 31 selected w=

Such a diet need cost no more than the grades of golden Turkish and Domestic # :
meals you have now I Our 32-page booklet .
suggests menus bursting with vitamins tobaccos. Cl g
gives "Keep Fit Diet" and a chart show ,
vitamin content of foods. .
ing everyday -------- ''
Explains role of vitamins in retaining UNION MADE
: health, energy, looks. Tells 10 ways to JOE E. BROWN .- -. PLAIN OR CORK TIPS '- '
. '.".. .preserve'vitamins in cooking.? Send; .your
Drder to: mine stars look to their laurels. y GET PREMIUMS FREE! On the back of every --1
himself with
Timing a stop-watch,
"" READER-HOME SERVICE Brown has streamlined the routine /' Raleigh pack there's a valuable coupon, good in the U. S. A ,- ,>t

.:', i '635 Sixth Avenue New York City until he can dress completely from 6 f for dozens luxury premiums. Write for the catalog that .;)
petticoats to hat and wig in one
I':;: :, Enclose 10 cents in coin for '
describes them. These the that ,
,:: : your copy of VITAMINS TO minute and forty,,seconds. : are same coupons are
'.., KEEP YOU FIT. ---; with KOOL cigarettes. Next time get the pack with the cou- I
Name................................ Hugh Herbert, the Woo..Woo come-
Address.............................. dian, will have the principal male pon on the back. buy Raleighs! ?
,:; j",. : role in the new version of "Mrs. ':',1,1'j
Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch," the
role played by \V. C. Fields when

: >- AWAY GO CORNS last the picture was made. CarolynLee
.. : .: will play the youngest daughter 'j
:, '. i Dr.SchoQ'a Zinc-pads in- the role which brought screen
ctantly etop tormentinghoefrictionliftpressure.. fame to Virginia Weidler. '.
s -
r- '.. Separate Medications in.. J(
: ;< cludedCorremovingcorna.f' Patricia Morrison's been playing
f' hostess to a solid silver pagoda, val- \
S irI ued at more than half a million Lady' Umbrella. 'I':;
Poker Set. Solid walnut case. Zipper Billfold and6clipKeyKoroa.a.
dollars. It of Well made nist-
was smuggled out Newetyle. on "
Case of genuine pigskin.Specify -
Holds 300 assorted chips two
China, and will be taken on tour decks Bicycle cards. dark brown or black. lees frame. Choice of colon.
"MIDDLEAGE"WOMEN later. It weighs 1,300 pounds.Ed "1
East and Polly have just fin. I I
( 3852yrs.old ished 'their second "Kitchen Quiz" mf.t tuiM RY /11 1
/ film for Columbia pictures, featuring unltlo srAtts
\ HEED THIS ADVICE the helps for housewives which SAVINGS IONOS 1 1

, If you're cross, restless nervous popularized the team on thousandsof
suffer hot flashes, dizziness-
radio programs. The first "Kitchen :
caused woman's by life this-try period Lydia Pink-in a Quiz" was aimed at comedy; this $1! Defense Savings Stamps ..1
ham's Vegetable Compound. second one is more serious. may now be obtained through
Brown & Williamson. Send 133 .s'
Made especially tcomen.Helps :
'i Oneida Community Par Plate Sport Jacket. Natural tan y r;)
Raleigh for each dollar
to relieve distress due to this Parks Johnson and coupons Wind- and shower :<1
functional disturbance.Thou- Wally Butter* Silverware.Pitcher,17% tray, stamp. Defense Stamp Album, poplin. -
sands upon thousands of women worth have offered their Vox Pop will give exceptional wear. shown above free on request. proof. 3 sizes. Light weight. .,.4
report remarkable benefits. Follow interviews program to President
label directions. Roosevelt, the army and the navy TUNE IN Red Skelton and Ozzie Nelson every Tuesday night,NBC Red Network :;:

for whatever use it can be put.to in
informational service', morale build .
ing and entertainment.
\\ M/ )1
; v.!> 'The popular CBS "Whodunit"mystery .J,;j:
", series broadcast .

,. *OS nings has a group of rabid Thursday mystery eve A IlSJt HMEf O THIS JINGLE ..',
\ fans continually watching for slip >:,
\ 4 ups on crime technique and deduction .

; when they think they've discovered HERE'S WHAT YOU DO '''"1' '" HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN ;;
a discrepancy they
'write to Lew X. Lansworth, who It's simple.It's fun.Just think up "No wonder Old King Cole You have 133 chances to win. If

: \ ,, ,\\ writes the scripts-and says he can S a last line to this jingle.Make sure" Was such a merrycoupons soul I'' you your send chances in more of winning than one will entry bo I '
d,1 .). feel them hanging over his shoul-- it rhymes with the word "grin.
that much better. Don't delay.
\ der whenever he sits down to work. Write your last line of the Raleigh made him grin Start thinking right now.
tf' ---,;:+- jingle on the reverse, Bide of a I :
Raleigh package (or a - - :
>; It's Ginger Rogers who draws the I wrapper First prize $100.00 cash
facsimile thereof) sign it with I.
... I'e" coveted assignment to star in the your full name and address and Second prize 50.00 cash
\ screen version in color of ihg mail it to Brown 25.00 cash
.. highly successful stage play, "Ladin Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box 1799 Judges' decisions must be accepted as final.Third prize.
: the Dark." This is the second Louisville Kentucky postmarked In caso of ties duplicate prizes will be 5 prizes of 10.00 50.00 cash
:' not later than midnight awarded. Winners will bo notified by mail.
: season that Gertrude Lawrence hag
25 of$5.00 125.00 cash H
1/ I January 311942. Anyone may enter (except employees of
j appeared in it on the New York stage.
enter last Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., their I
The You may as many 100 prizes of a carton
leading role requires someone I lines as you wish, if they are all advertising agents or their families). All
\ who can sing, dance, act-and wear writtcnoneeparatoRnlcighpack- and ideas therein become tho property of Raleighs! 150.00 I
clothes well. Ginger's a natural for it. I ago wrappers (or facsimiles). of Brown & Williamson Tobacco -
--.7f--: Prizes will be awarded on the Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00
Bob Burns, the "Arkansas Travel. L J
er, gets a duplicate of an expert
rifleman's medal with three bars; he
won it as a marine during the first The Advertiser Wants You to' Know
World war, and lost it-friends have

'" . \. 6ryhKI been reasonable got him checking what facsimile.records you might" and call finally"a About His Products Before Buying g 4

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News willing to learn,' your services attend, remembering that all From Maryland to' Alabama and many instances, he added, the assoui -

The Clewiston should be volunteered. Surely civilian defense :workers are required Florida, these savings'and'4 loan 0} SB.' JBJ os auo3 aAuq SUOJIEJO .
every one can make one garmentfor to have a twenty-hour first associations are >dally 'encouraging elude an appeal to the public to-

Published Friday In Clewlston. this needy purpose. Many are aid course to be eligible' to weara and handling'the' l sale- .'of' these buy b'onds, in their own individual
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS doing much more. badge. securities, which- 'in due course,' newspaper and radio advertising.All .
Tnc. will seal the fate of the axis na this the ;District institutions

In many communities organization Kiwanis Club Has tions. In addition to their daily are doing gladly, although it may-
KEATIILET BOWDEN, Editor has been perfected for the efforts, the associations :are"setting mean that money which they might

salvaging of all waste paper, tin, Anniversary MeetingThe aside Tuesday of each week'. as "De- receive as Investments Is to some

Entered as second class mail matter bottles, rags and' other material I fense Bond Day":: ; extent diverted. But after all,

February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In which ordinarily fill our garbagecans. "Thus", LaRoque explained, "our they realize", LaRoque stated, "that
Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of The Miami Herald had a Kiwanis Club's regular meet entire organization is dedicatingone the value of liberty and the lives
March 3, 1897.Subscription front page article describing the ing on Wednesday night at the whole ,day of each week as a and happiness of 'our loved ones.... i
process and the, need of making Inn was in observance of the 27th contribution to the defense of our is of greater importance, and the -
Rate $Z.OO Per Year laundry soap from waste grease. 'anniversary of' Kiwanis Interna- government ind'an' 'aggressive needs of our government are para-.

Advertising; Rates On Application. We'll learn a' lesson in real economy tional. prosecution of the war: mount".

I that will be good for us Highlight cf .the meeting was'a "In this way on each Tuesday This vast army of volunteer de-
as individuals and as a nation, : message from the president of every 'member of, the organization fense bond
agents which has under-
Devoted to the advancement and welfare 1 though we learn it under stress of Kiwanis International, Charles S. has as his prime'objective: the taken .
of Clewiston and Hendry County. this tremendously vital task
circumstances. Locally, the sal- Donley, which was read by A. W. promotion and" saie s'of'' defense is'made of
up practically all the--
vaging of waste material has not I Lawrence. This message was sentto securities, both; stamps' and bonds, savings and loan associations In

AAEA\FJER. progressed very far, due to the the 2200 clubs of the great this In addition to their active the seven Southeastern states and -
problem. So far service club network. efforts daily"
'" FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION! the District of Columbia which com-
waste materials have not been The club voted to give a $5.00 "
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Undertaken solely; as a, patriotic prise the area serviced by the
1Q-U : worth enough to justify the expense donation to the Red Cross which service, the! sale and distribution of Federal Home Loan Bank of Wins- s
of transporting them to was given Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Red
I:the bonds, and stamps have in some ton-Salem. The states are Mary- ,
market. The state defense council, Cross chapter representative who .
made it necessary for the land, Virginia, North Carolina,
A lot of folks here are greatly has undertaken the problem I
however, was a guest at the meeting.A associations to enlarge their staffsin South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama,, I
disappointed that they went through there will be state-. '
and a service
soon pin was presented to order to
I handle the matter ade- and Florida, in addition' to Districtof
the earthquake and didn't know' wide. uniform method of handling A. O. Ward, past-president of the quately and quickly! he said. ,In Columbia.
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anything about it. material will makeit
waste which club.Dr. -__I _._______.. I
I possible for communities, miles J. W. Ezelle, A. W. Sias -- -- -.--u _-_-_--_- '_ __ I
If every white- person in the from paper mills and other industries and A. W. Lawrence were namedas ./ -: .' ''' ,
Clewiston "area would respond as I to successfully handle their a' committee to pick, the three .:. ...

loyally to the Red Cross drive as material. So let the pile of news- best essays; written by High School =
did the colored workers at Bare papers grow, and save the bag students on "My Career". The i Photo Finishing and Commercial 1'i:

Beach the local chapter could easily of clean rags,, we'll find, a' use for names of the winners have not yet. y
double the quota assigned them. them been announced. _

Visitors at the meeting included -I':i: Photography ',' :

When we donate to the Red J J Mrs. C. L. Moran, one of Clewis- Dan Padgett, Bascon Belcher ;:; 24 HOUR SERVICE ? X .:. ,

Cross, when we buy defense stamps, ton's best loved ladies, received a of Cairo, Ga., Dr. George B. ;:;;: Clewiston Photographic Service :;:
when we pay added federal taxesto Red Cross Service pin from the Sartoris, of the Belle Glade Experimental y "
carry, on the war effort it is a local chapter just before she left Station and Mrs. W. 'E. ::: 2 blocks north and 1, block west of ':

small part when compared with for her home in" Milledgeville, Ga. Dilley. .i. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station ." .!. I

what our armed forces are under Mrs. Moran earned her pin by com- :x: EDWARD B. SEEGERS :i l

taking. Give cheerfully. and give pleting one hundred credit hoursof .;.. The House With The 'Red Roof I;
Loan Assn's Give !.. __ __ _. __ ..
_ 'till it hurts! knitting. Mrs. Moran had a .h H ", u. __ .
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pleasant trip to Milledgeville with All-Out Defense Aid
The sugar shortage which local her daughter, Kathryn, but both of
sugar growers predicted in eventof them will be missed here in Clew- ..:N.:..:..*..*..*W*..*
war is coming much more quickly iston. The Georgia summers usually Winston-Salem,. N. C.-The sav- .*.' I

than even, they' probably realized. send 'Mother Moran down for a ings and loan associations of the ,t:. I Molasses-Fed Hamburgers I
few of Southeast are lending all-out aid ?
Maybe a years sugar vacation with us, so we are hopingthe ..
rationing or doing without maya winter won't' be a long one. to Uncle Sam in his fight against
se 'a different feeling in Wash- totalitarianism and treachery, according .:: STILL I0c :=t

ington in regard to domestic production i NOW THE NATION PAYSThe to a report just releasedby h

President O. K. LaRoque, of :;: At Alderman's Sandwich Shop !
id the Federal Home. Loan Bank of i' .. I
I sugar situation extremely .. I
Let us hope that there will be critical because ordinarily we pro- Winston-Salem. Bowling Alleys Open. Cash ,Prizes Each Week 4
Already all of the 400or ..
Riddle ,Fields nearly
few fatal crashes at
duce only about a third of our national -
more member. institutions of ;; ;Taxi Service to Any Part of City at Reasonable Rates ; xt
ch as occured Monday morning requirements and depend on ..
the district bank have thrown the h
and we feel that there will be. Cuba, the 'Philippines, Hawaii and
When the number of graduates of Puerto Rico for much of our sup- force of their well-organized' setups : ALDERMAN'S ::
the Riddle training schools is contrasted behind the 'sale of defense

with the number of fatal- ply.Out of the large Cuban crop, bonds and stamps, he said. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.)

ities; or even minor accidents, an of the is used to .
some sugar being - - ------
amazing record- is shown for safe I make industrial alcohol. Furthermore I

training. I we must, share the sugar

with others of the United Nations. CONSERVE TIRES- ,
So without our 'usual amountsof
..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: sugar from the Philippines and ENGINETRANSMISSIONEVERY ;=:.'

Hawaii; there just won't be enough VITAL PART /

RAMBLINGS sugar' for' our usual consumption.That .

evaluation of the sugar situ- Chevrolet's new "Car Con-
By B. B. ation is an indictment of the con- ..'
servation Plan" is designed

.....................................................................-................................ tinued which has policy effectively of Washington stifled the quotas development to help you keep your car .

.1 of the sugar industry in serving faithfully for the ,
As Jong as we can, we'll
the Everglades.The duration; and invites your \
up with our boys in service and
indictment is not ours. It the following -
Clewiston cooperation on "
send them the News.
; is the statement of Agriculture 7
((1)) Observe-the
They move around quite' ,.a bit, and Secretary Claude R. Wickard. points; '
will probably be moving too fast simple, fundamental, thrifty '
The Herald has consistently opposed -
for us soon, but we'll give' them a federal limitations uponFlorida's rules of car care, such as r
race as long as we can. So giveus
sugar production as unsound I keeping tires properly inflated -' ,
the ,names and addresses of '. \. f
policy checking battery
your sons, brothers or friends in t
service so we may check oui. 'ist. We derive no satisfaction in water, oil, etc. ((2)) Get a

This week we have news and crying ,"We told you: so". simple service: "check-up" ,

new addresses for several. Luther We trust that Senator Pepper. I l at your Chevrolet, dealer's
reads Secretary Wickard's estimate
Hoyt Lowe is at N.O.B. Receiving
and avoid
i now, major{
Station, 5th Division, Norfolk, Va. of the national sugar supply. He
i bles' later. .'. ((3)) See .
Kie Hathcock is Co. A. 608 Tank has been steadily in the forefrontof your

Destroyer 'Bat llion, Ft. Jackson, opposition to the developmentof ,< z Chevrolet dealer regularly.

S. C., where Ken Harris 'is 'Technical of 'sugar industry in Florida.
Sergeant in the hospital Florida suffered because of the
corps. quotas. Now the- nation has to

Glen .Andrews writes from Bos- pay for the shortsighted 'policy.- '

ton. "Please discontinue sendingthe The Miami Herald.. 1 z', CHEVROLET DEALERS'SPECIALIZE ,L .

News to Norfolk, as I have i rvs, % IN THESE "CONSERVATION SERVICES" !/.
finished school and am on SUGAR SHORTAGE
my way .
for All Makes of Cars and Trucks
to sea. Thanks a million for
j sending it". Roger Saxon is in Secretary of Agriculture Wick- 1.-TIRE SERVICE (to conserve (

Barracks 231, 406 Tech School ard announces that by the end of rubber). .
;'4 \. dear- 2. RADIATOR (to safeguard cooling ,'
1942 there will be short- ; ,
Squadron, Sheppard Field, Texas, ,a sugar :. 'h system). .'
and is a student in the air corps age. f
technical school, planning to take We'l, what is being done toward ,. tK conserve ;, ,\ \t 0//
motor, chassis). ,:,' '
having revise the
examination for noncommissionedflying congress' present 4.'BRAKES (to preserve lining, ',;" ,,"
officer soot. He is a gra- quota system so as to let the South r etc.). ::r;', .

duate of Moore Haven High School, Florida cane region produce to its 5. MOTOR TUNE-UP (fo conserve },'''..''.

was employed ,at Carlstrom Field, fullest capacity? engine and fuel). ; .f"
Arcadia and later here at Riddle- As it is,' the department of agri- r "'" ''' h' 6. CARBURETOR AND FUEL /' .

McKay. Jimmie Hines is also ''at.. culture has set aside the quotas PUMP (fo save fuel). .:,:"..-1Lf' -'..' :.

Sheppard Field,, Barracks 503, 407 "for the_ duration", but the law itself ps w li?%' 7. STEERING AND WHEEL ALIGN't J::':::;' '>.
School Squadron, AC.R.T.C. He is'' is still on the books, and unless 4riu: MENT (makes tires last longer,1:,1,:-';...: .L

a member of the Military Police congress makes some commitmentfor conserves rubber). :;4.1 .. "i' ..
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force at the field. Charles Bensonis i the future, it is going to be l, a5 8. BODY AND FENDER REPAIR. :.:" f:1-, : .:"
in the' Navy Recruiting Stationin hard to induce the producers to 9. CLUTCH, TRANSMISSION, : -:- ::: '-i1J

the City Hall Building, Tampa, I expand_ their plant capacity. REAR AXLE. ":,;.y.' tSJJ
10. HEADLIGHT ", '
in case you are over that way. Meanwhile, the U. S. Sugar Corp., CHECK-UP. : '-
Some of those initials in the which works most of the Ever- r'I1': :;"
To conserve rubber-fo make your tires last longer-hove your sfeen and 11. SHOCK ABSORBER SERVICE. 'Jo" .
boys' addresses remind us that the glades, is making its ,plans. to step wheel alignment checked with this special equipment at your,Chevrolet dealer's 12. PAINTING, REFINISHING, ':fit .'
government agencies didn't use up up production as much as possible, WASHING, etc. / -
all the alphabet. We do not know but a radical expansion cannot be ,

what they all mean, but we hope achieved without adding drastically 1/ 1.

they're as impressive as they sound. to the grinding apparatus.TheMiami

Daily News.

But if you are not in service .
and even if you 'have no member First Aid .Class -
of your immediate family in ser- HBBB9SHHmi BBB B '>I'.-,

vice, there's much you can do to
To Be
further the war effort. Locally, StartedNotice HUB CHEVROLET COMPANY J

the Red' Cross /continues its campaign .'.
to raise a thousand dollars ', .. .
is given that a First Aid '. >! .
for the war relief fund. That Class is to be started in Lake r "

money is all for American war relief Harbor on January 27 to be, taughtby : Sugarland Service, Station Building : ; \\t: / .
so be generous. The local H. D. Merriam. .. .
chapter is also making garments Classes will be held Tues- .1

1 for American war relief purposes- day and Friday night. All every interested CLEWISTON : ;;

and if you can sew or knit, or are persons are cordially invited to FLORIDA ... .

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GARDEN df LUB MEETINGAT Out-Of-Town Ladies DANCING PARTY GIVEN AT i Cross First Aid Course or anyone '
w COMMUNITY CENTER COMMUNITY CENTER THURSDAYMr. who has taken the instructor'scourse. '

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---- Thanked For WorkThe
[ 'Personals ] The January j ; meeting of< the and Mrs P. A. Sizemore entertained -\ All practical or trained nurses

j Clewiston : Garden ,Club was held 'with a dancing party are also being asked .to register ,

Thursday afternoon at the Community local ,Red Cross production complimenting ,Lieut. KemptonC. l for service iri event of an emergency

Center with Mrs. O. A. chairman', Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Hamilton, of Fort Knox, Ky., either with Mrs. R. Y.
their adopted who was their! Patterson, chairman of the Red
:.+ :Mr. and Mrs. M.V.. Bigg spent Jones presiding.,, wishes to express thanks in behalf
the week-end In West Palm Beach. It was ,suggested that any odd of the local Chapter to several guest here' for several days, and I Cross of 'Carl H. Berner, ClewistonAir

. lio :" pieces of table silver .not in use out-of-town workers who' are and Harold Ballard; who has recently Raid Warden.JOHNNY '
, ) '
"" '. Carl H. Berner was a business in the home ,be given for use at have been guests of the chapter.To been called into service. ,

visitor in West Palm Beach Wed- the Community Center, Mrs. W. C. Mrs. E. M. Blake, mother of The party was held in the Com-

3 4 nesday. Owen being,.in' charge. ; of'.'the' collec- Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, who, since munity Center Thursday night. Refreshments \ BURSON
served late in the
'" tion of the ,silver.Mrs' : :., : ? September, has completed' 310 were }
, Ernest S. Stevens of Fort .Myers W. L. Lott asked' for cooperation recognized Red Cross' hours in evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sizemore I I Expert Shoemaker

was a business visitor in Clewiston in' collecting books for knitting and has been presentedher gave each of the honorees' a fare-
I I 'next door to Nowling's Service
': i Wednesday.Mrs. Victory Campaign to be. used In service pin. well present. I Station)
j libraries. Attending Lieut. Hamilton,
nd ship's
army camps -
L. Moran motherof
: Also to Mrs. C. ,
R. E. Crummer:. of Winter The books may!Abe fiction! or tech- Jay W. Moran, who has com- Harold Ballard, Mr .and Mrs. R.\I I Good Work-Prompt ServiceJohnson's .,

'j Park spent Saturday in Clewiston nical and can be ,,left Jibrary or pleted her 100 hour service and J. Hopkins, Mrs. C. H. Lutes, ',

; ..... with her son, H. J. Crummer. and at Red Cross rooms. jt was 'presented her pin before re- and Mrs. W. A. Davis and children, j
:,i '..: Mrs. Crummer. It was voted to contribute, $5.00; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Baum, Mr. and
. turning to her, home in Milledge- .
,':, : for the Red Cross war relief fund. Mrs. Louis Hicks, Mrs. Dave Alston, Fish Camp ',;)
',"'.'Sb Rev. Robert Rayburn of Delray The program was in c'charge of yille, of Tickfaw, La., John Tuck, Miss (- Near Hurricane Gate) I :

\ Beach visited Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford and Mrs.G. Mrs. Florence Waldron. grand- Ann McCoy, Bud Hundermarck, ,A. Clewiston, Fla. :'ij
mother of Mrs, A. L. Hackett, has _
a''most Crovatto Bruce Brussard, Miss
Landis at the Community Church B. Rackstraw gave help- 'Boats and 1\Iotors-Gulde Service "
. Foods leaf feed- done, during the, month of De- Bea Jacobs, Harvey Lutes, M. Gill- ,
manse the latter part of the week. ful talk on Plant Rates Reasonable 11
ing and nutrients absorbed: through cember, over half the number of bear, Herman Mizell, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
to make her eligiblefor ;
hours required
Carl Anderson M. Farabee Mr.
Mrs. Robert N. Smith spent Sunday the leaves. --- 0
W. a pin.Tennis., and Mrs. Dock Dyess, J. E. Ed-
in Sebring with Mr. Smith, The club voted its thanks to
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.;.I Christmas wards, Alonzo Padgett, Miss Lois . 1,
the -- ------ -
who. is assistant to project D. King for packing
>S4X'! engineer on the Sebring air: base. i treats and to the judges in the Stars To PlayIn .I i Knight and Miss Edna Norton. CLEWISTONTINNING ;

Mss Katherine Moran, I '.
-' tree contest, I : !I & PLUMBING SHOP :
Y.S.. Bell, Jimmy Weaver and Mrs. E. B. Landis and E. E. Gross. West Palm BeachA. BUFFET SUPPER AT HOME OF >
Jimmy Wilson attended a meet- A committee composed of Mrs.E. 1 M. :M. PREAVITTS FRIDAY NIGHT Anything in Plumbing Fixtures j
ing of, the state defense council in L., Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Owen and Efficient Service ":
Tampa Wednesday: Mrs. E.. C. Mills was appointed to L. Hackett, local tennis enthusiast Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt entertained ,

,work for the sale of defense bonds received notice this week Friday night with a buffet PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. ;

Mr. and Mrs William King are I and stamps. I that the West Palm Beach Recrea- supper, complimenting Miss Majorie ':

spending a few days in Cuba this I The hostesses, Mrs. \V..H. Lanier, I tional, Commission: had arrangedfor I Hamilton, of, Winnetka, Illinois, ....;
week making the trip by plane from Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre the appearance of several leading and William Lane, of Evanston.The .

Miami. I and Mrs. C. L. McLendon I ,tennis stars on the courts there I visitors were attendants at the :".i',

) I served delicious open face sand- during the next few weeks. Case-Mumford wedding' last week.A Ehney & Foster' 'I, ::
: Miss Harriett Hayward of New buffet served at \ .'.'
wiches, cookies and tea to the The professional Lawn Tennis supper was PAINT CONTRACTORS '
/ York City is arriving tomorrow for I members and visitors: eight. to Miss Hamilton, Mrs. Karl
following Tournament' :will be held February For Furniture Painting :i
+ a visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. 'W'I i Mrs. A. R. Brink, Mrs. F. E. Conk- 9 to 15 and such professionals as Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.I I Sprayer Floor Sanding ,!

ling, Mrs., W. E. Dilley, Mrs., F. D. Bill Tilden, Bruce Barnes, Walter Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. I Phone 89 Free Estimates .
and Mrs.-V.-E. Bryant and Duff, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. J. Senior, Van, Horn and Skeen will Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
W. Ezelle, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Owen, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley
Carolyn Bryant .spent the: week-end be seen in action. ,
visiting relatives in Bowling Green Mrs. H. 'R. ,Hall, Mrs. H., C.' Jones, The PerryBudgeRiggsKovackstroupe and William Lane.

and Winter Haven Mrs. A. O. Jones. Mrs. W. 'D. will appear at the Howard
King, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. Z. G, Park Courts on February 28. First Aid InstructorsAre ( J. M. COUSE I

... Mrs. C. E. Lewis of Miami spent Meredith, Mrs. Mumford Mrs. C. Clewiston players are being askedto at Law ;
Counselor and Attorney
Sunday at the Inn with Mr. Lewis i J. Neilson, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, participate in round robin To RegisterThe
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. W. Hopkins Building
who is spending several 'days here matches 'at Howard Park courts

.. on' business. Perry, Mrs. M. M., Prewitt, Mrs. beginning at two o'clock each Sun-' The Clewiston Red Cross Chapteris Wednesdays and Saturdays
Rackstraw, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez,
day afternoon which are arrangedby 'I asking for the registration of 0:30 to 4:00 \
: Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. Leah L.Spicer .
,J. E. Beardsley returned Wednesday I ,'I' Walter Senior, 'pro. anyone<<; who has completed Red t
Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs.
from St. Mary's Hospital, '
t', F. Mrs. R. C. Wilson,
West Palm ,Beach, where he recuperated J. Tippey

\ two weeks following ago. an operation H.Mrs.A.DeValcourt,Hedke and, Mrs.Mrs.Mueller Wiley., Mrs.: I lmllllllilmlllllllllllllllllllIIlllIIlllIIlmlllllllmllml""I II i I II II I I II[ II II I I I I """IIllm"IIIJllIIIIIIIIIIIIImlllllllll I i I i I Illilllllllljlllll! i I I IIIIIIIIIIIIII I i I I III II111II1111111111mlllllll!I I I I II llll I N mIIllllllllllIIllllmlllllmlIIIIII\llllmm1II\IIIIIImllillll!I!Ii! II I I II III II!!I II\ PII!I\I I! I !I Ili l\lllillIIIIIIIIIIIIlmmil\mmimlll\mllm\llillillmllllmI1m\ !! I I I I!I !\ II I\ \ !ll!III I I i !Il mlimIWj i !I Ir .

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Mr. and Mrs. L. M., Lehman I ACTIVITIES = ,. ,
BRIDGE vKrks,,. } 7t.,!!:!; ix'+ :M:\ '.
Inn =- v.a.r.. :. ,' :} .SS'x'. ,;.t4;;,r it7:5u:4R: :}af
Clewiston ..
moved to the a :
have : t. ,:!.; ;:;7f.: !
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Mr Lehman is an in y + .4t : o1L .,
apartments. ;:h'L{ sS' ? .. ., ,
Mrs. Carl Johnson entertained ? y.Y' ,,}ire S.v:',?:.} ; >.J n; ,r.:3.,: :r. ;:' %" :. ::;r..t.;
: structor at' Riddle-McKay: Aero Lt :, .. :. ::.n.v
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tE S;. ? %... nYy.. :: j. ..
afternoonat v7J7: : --
her bridge' club Friday' .vr4; .. r .nits I r'Si%;::4;:r.W f }C : ; .3 -
: College. ., : ,
: ,- 4 3,' her:: home ,with' high, _scores-prize _" ? ;;.,};..w.i,,r.;:%.:,..,rv.'%1., ,. % ;0:,.;J'J'S:; ..,. ',.vq.u.xy4.4r.:..yr. :;.Ji.7. h,.;.;. mm/: .:: .. _
.- Mrs. Flora Deans is arriving today '- going to Mrs... 'R. .:C. Wilson and -_ ?,4.x r> xr.;; .. .. .,,yLtyrt f:.::'.4...,... :,. .r.. h ,. ...; ;. :$+Fa?..r7... .,:.,. >.:;y.::;;:',;.,k..:;'.: E. r1. ; ,%.w j. -_-__-- ,-
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Mrs J. E. Beardsley. ---- 4J,:4. ;:: .. 5.L :}; r4:::: "4<<.fR7 Y:4.... _
second to +
from Tampa to visit her: daughter : ---- { h w rr.5..i, ?!v: : 4( 'i.:4: n t7r n 4.rv a. 7'j --
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,4(; Mrs. W, ,H. Lanier and family. ,After' the game Mrs. Johnson' 'served -- ; % \.w.S.,.; ;9: : -n' --_ .
lemon pie, nuts, and coffee to -=.-.,_. -=
':: 'w Mrs.!:! Lanier, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, -- ----
:::;;..", Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. Otto Mrs.VR.. C. Wilson,' Mrs. J.E.. ,-

:' ;, Larsen ,met her in Fort .Myers.. Beardsley, Mrs. Clarence J. Neil- : :::
sen, :Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. F. E.: = ===:;

.Ed Collier has returned from Conkling, 11rs.jJ.. Grady Niblack, -= -=
: Mrs. N. Smith' and Mrs. W. E.: I 1' -
, Tampa where he spent his vaca'tion -' R.
; : visiting his mother. He was Dilley. ,
: I-
j ,. joined over the week-end by Mrs.1
::;",' Collier and June. who' returned Mrs. Jimmy Wilson was hostess :I
to members of her bridge club Friday
,:,..t' :,':' with him Monday. .
!'::-,!: '; ..--- evening 'with .a spaghetti sup I:3
: Mrs. Charles Moran and Miss per. After the bridge game, Mrs.

:cr W: Lily Padgett of Pahokee visited Wilson awarded first prize, i

: ',? their daughter and sister, Mrs. sweater, to Mrs. Foy Durrence;

., Jimmy Wilson Tuesday. Mrs. Moran second, twin sweaters, Mrs. A. C.
has just recovered from an illness. Carlton, and cut prize, powder puffsto :;

'1 Mrs. Glen Etherton. ,Playing ,

3 Miss Marjorie Hamilton and Wil- I were Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Art -

1 1 ": liam Lane left Saturday morningby I:Lawrence, Mrs. George Crow, 'Mrs. --- --

; i train for Chicago, after a week's I I Glen Etherton, Mrs. Carl Berner, -
, "' ; visit with Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mrs. A. C. ,Carlton, Mrs. R. M. =-= =
;" Mumford. Miss Hamilton was Hare, Jr. and Mrs. Wilson. =-=. =--

. ', : "- maid of honor and Mr. Lane best =

;' ,. man at the, Case-Mumford wedding The Wednesday afternoon bridge =
r. last week. ---
club' met at the home of Mrs. J. ----- ---
=== -.
W. Ezelle this week. First prize, ---- ---
, Mrs. Karl Humphrey' left Tues a pottery' bowl and figure, was

; I day after for spending Providence several, Rhode days Island in, won by Mrs.. H. R. Hall, and cut I = Want to own a home like tJiiiQr?

prize, defense stamps, went to
Clewiston with her brother, N. V.
' : S. Mumford and Mrs. Mumford. Mrs. R. N. Smith. A salad courswas' No we're not giving away pictures' to be framed or presenting a =_---

Mrs. Humphrey came down for Dave served Alston,by Mrs.the:Keathley hostess'Bowden to Mrs. : house and lot to the person who guesses the number of beans in a :::

the. wedding of her niece, Miss Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl John- jar, but we are offering free information to any one who would like =_
Eleanor Mumford, to Harley A. '
Mrs. W. H.: Lanier, Mrs. R.
Case. Mr. and Mrs. Mumford ac- son, to own a home of his own. ,
N. Smith and Mrs. G. B. Thomas. '
\ companied Mrs. Humphrey to West Mrs. Ezelle showed movies takenat = Its no secret that you can build a home and pay for it with the ===-

Palm Beach Tuesday. the Christmas party, when the I ====. money you now use for rent. You can borrow enough to build a =-- _

KAY: BOWDEN CELEBRATES club held its gift exchange.Mrs. :: home to fit your needs ,and fondest hopes and, repay in easy monthly .::
installments. _
R. C, Wilson "gave defense "
Kay Bowden celebrated his tenth stamps as prizes at, the meeting other == Come in and see us now while we still have a complete stock of

birthday Tuesday afternoon witha bridge club Wednesday evening g materials, including plumbing, wiring, fixtures and hardware and while
party at the home of his pa- First prize was won by Mrs. .
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Blanche Turner and second by Mrs. prices are still low.

\ Bowden. Harry Turner. The hostesses served == We have PLANS FINANCING INFORMATION IDEAS --:
i Sammy Young led the outdoor strawberry shortcake and coffeeto = remodeling -
SUGGESTIONS. In the erection of a. new building or the -
games, and a prize was awarded Mrs. Blanche Turner, 'Mrs. Harry _
to Jimmy Johnson for guessingthe Turner, Mrs. .D: J. Schroeder, Miss S, of an old one we are ably staffed and equipped to do the whole

nearest to the number of Mae Palmer, Mrs.- R. C. Nowling,, = job from start to finish.

marbles in a glass jar. Red, white Mrs.. Roy Alston, Mrs. ,Otto Larsen =; '- Our complete financing and building facilities enable us to make"
and blue pencils were given as and Mrs. W. H. "Lanier".v =
favors. Ice cream was served with -, __-=- worthwhile savings which are automatically passed on to, our customers.

the birthday cake to Sammy Young.

Bobby Berner, Bub and Gene Mills,
Richard Knight, Dick and John following the rehearsal' of the

Schiffli, Jimmy Johnson, Skippy Chase-French wedding. !
V Cothern, Joe Schroeder, Bob Smith, A salad course was, served with BishopaWi lumber Com
Gene Land, Clifford and Lionel hot 1ea; to Miss Barbara French,
Beatty, Carline Berner and Jo Ann Miss Jean French, Mr. and Mrs
Crouch. Bjornsen Mrs. L. O.t'French, Mr, ;
and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Mrs: I: LOOK FOR THE ARROW SIGNS CORNER OF =

MRS. LANDIS HOSTESS AT C. M. Jarvis, Rev. Robert Rayburn, '

Mrs. Landis; was also present at the ====
Mrs. E. B. Landis entertainedwith party. I .
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I 1 I 't.ske.d t.. mtjrs .to buy

SUNDAY t .5ke.tC.h

navy department has established naval reserve officers train Lesson He rudely told; No.

at various colleges throughout the nation. Typical of theseis me,
I ing corps By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. I didryt the
1M44BEJt the unit at Brown university, Providence, R. I., where the navy hasa Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. WLrnt

f. key base at nearby Newport. These photos take you to Brown, and (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) -. money but .

f D. C. show you how the Brown boys in blue are learning the arts of the He hurt my fe.e.liY\g iso

, SCRAP IRON seagoing warrior to man the fortresses of floating steel that are our Lesson for January 25 r- {

F It may be that those who let millions first line of defense. ftTCAI'f'! I ;: .

I 1-: of. tons of scrap iron go to .. .. .. ,.... .. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- :i
_, __" _"_''''''' "_...""'""" _." _":.",._--,,,_. .'w"/ ,."." ..__,._,. _.wN7HA lected and copyrighted by International
Japan are not too anxious to adver- Council of Religious Education; used by
dearth of r'i, : ., Y rF F permission.
! tise our present scrap,, ;
:. but the real fact is that it is so

". serious as to cause the shutdownof THE TEMPTATION OF JESUS

nine blast furnaces in Youngs- -

; town, Ohio, alone. LESSON TEXT-Matthew 4111.
:.,. To meet the shortage, the OPM / : GOLDEN TEXT-For we have an high
,- has been conducting an experi- / priest (who) was In all points temptedlike
. as we are yet without sin.-Hebrews WNU Service.
: mental campaign to collect scrap 4:15.

i" iron in 'Erie, Pa., and' is launching .

{.' other campaigns in Boston, Pittsburgh "We have not a high priest that Mirloa wmnds

t r. Bridgeport and Akron. How- cannot be touched with the feelingof LlNE
:: ever, the campaign is going very BURNS '
our infirmities; but one that hath
1 ft.:> slowly. Chief trouble is that collections p been in all points tempted like as PURe BRUISES WHITE'PETROUEUIM7ELLY 5*
made the
are through nor- we are-yet without sin" (Heb. 4:15,.
mal scrap iron trade. R.V.). We recognize that Jesus was
x'' it looks if the American
as ApprehensionThe
tempted as the Messiah (see Matt.
'J public might have to take mere apprehension of a i
4:3, 6) and as One who had no sin,
';':'' things in hand. A survey' of Butler and yet He was tempted in all pointsas coming evil has put many into a

:' county, Ohio, shows that every we are; and we' may learn from situation of the utmost danger.-

!_ farmer has an average of about 500 r w 3 x His temptation how to meet tempta- Lucan.
\ of usable iron and
pounds scrap tion and be victorious over it.
.2 rubber rusting or rotting behind f < -
d :
I' ;;FY6 q >, I. Temptation.It .
his barn. On this basis, the OPM ? kc
i estimates that it should be possible is the common lot of all man- Relief At last

: to collect 1,500,000 tons of scrap c kind to. be tempted (I Cor. 10:13).

. ;; '. from American farmers.Not y., 1. What It Is (v. 1). Temptationis

many people realize the im- of the devil. It is, as Principal l For Your Cough

portance which scrap plays in the : ...d .', Fairbairn expressed it, "seductionto .

iron and steel industry. Ordinarily, evil; solicitation to It
Like the Brown who have in wrong. Creomulslon relieves promptly because
generations of sons fought everyone
steel is made 50 per cent from ore stands distinguished from trial thus: it goes right to the seat of the

;; and 50 per cent from scrap iron. of America's wars since the Revolution, these young men are deter- trial: tests, seeks to discover the trouble to help loosen and expel

But today ordinary supplies of scrap mined to share in America's victory effort. man's moral qualities or character; germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto

iron are diminished, not only by but temptation persuades to evil, deludes soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw, tender mem-, Inflamed -

previous sales to Japan but by the that it may ruin. God tries. branes.Tell your druggist to sell you

fact that war industries supply no Satan tempts." a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -

;' scrap. Many tanks, guns, and mili- Note that temptation is not sin, you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
tary motor trucks are shipped off to I but yielding to the temptation is sin. to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
Malaya Russia. They
Egypt or
2. How It Works (vv. 2, 3, 5, 6, 8,
{ come back. Ordinarily indus-
never ,
9). Satan has only three tempta-
try supplies its own iron from for Chest Colds
scrap tions, although he is a master at Coughs, ,Bronchitis
junked automobiles, etc. But now
giving them different
: there will be fewer automobiles to appearances.
The temptation' Jesus followedthe -
Makeup of Great
:'% :' junk.So. ,
'. same threefold line as that of A great man is 'made of the
: the iron problem is one up
''', which will require farmer iI Adam and Eve (Gen. 3:6), which is qualities that meet or make great
every described in I John 2:16 as the gen- \..
1' occasions.-Lowell.
and householder to look around be-
',; eral temptation of all men, namely,
hind his barn or in his basement to
"the lust'of the flesh, the lust of the
see what he can spare for war in
'": dustries. eyes, and the pride of life. Observe '
how Satan worked on Jesus: (a) By
- ; You can check off lead as the next
appealing to the flesh (vv. 2, 3).
strategic material to, be put under
: Jesus had fasted 40 days; and Satan
interdict for civilian use. OPM'sbanning :
took advantage of that. fast to sug- YOU UP
order will be issued short-
[ ly. ,That will mean the end of lead gest that He use His divine powerof '. When bowels are sluggish and you feel
creation to satisfy His hunger.To irritable, headachy and everything: you
: foil and other items of
numerous to
do so would have been to deny do is an effortdo as millions do-chew
.. normal everyday use. One possible FEEN-A-MINT, tho modem chewinggum
His very mission on earth. laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
It. exception may be lead for automo- I
" Satan observes in man the normal MINT before you go to bed-sleep with-
bile batteries but that will be I
: even
out being disturbed-next morning gentle,
appetites of his body, excites themto
; under severe'restrictions.. I
relief feel swell
; thorough helping you
\; Reason for the ban is inadequacy a high degree, and
: of domestic supply to meet the him' to satisfy them in an improperway. FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
Ii\/.r ,.,, ,.. .. b and economical.A family supplyFEEN.A.MIN'Tcoio
increasing need for bullets. War ";: ""'4< """' '''''''''''''' :w "" "' ( ) By appealing to pride (vv. generous

5, 6). God had promised to keep
; production tables call for a lead con- Loading and firing 'o f naval is practiced in this loading 'ma-
'I; of guns Jesus "in all his ways" (Ps. 91: *
sumption 60,000 tons monthly by
chine. Dummy shells are used. This is a job where teamwork counts. 11), but casting Himself from the
June; 100,000 tons monthly by next c
temple was not one of God's "ways"for
;'. January. For military reasons, fig .._. __. '''' _""" '''''>OOoY*,". .' ._..'N>.,.'..<,/.w\}..;; J Treading on Air
", ures on.U. S. supply can not be Him. Even when the bird walks one
f' disclosed, but it is below what is t4 > The devil wants us to be presumptuous .
feels that it has wings.Lemierre.Every
, needed even with production in- and call it faith, and this is
his pitfall for one who really wantsto
; under
creases now way plus imports
from Canada, Mexico and other foreign believe-cause him to become a Home

;;":';: sources. So civilian use will fanatic and substitute foolish pre- ,

tt', be restricted for the duration. sumption for faith. (c) By appeal- Needs & Gmndma"S

ing to the eyes (vv. 8,' 9). By 'show Home ian't complete without her! If

I WLW ICELANDThe ing Christ the kingdoms of the earthin tht'i with you help keep her in good

largest standard-wave broad- some kind of striking panorama, (health.VINOL. Should This her modern appetite tonic"wPo"contain get

: casting apparatus in the, U.S.A.- or moving picture, he offered a short Vitamin Bl and Iron combined with .

r.-I owned by WLW Cincinnati-may be cut to their rule by a brief act of other valuable ingredient Your druggist: !

:: set up in Iceland to drown out Hit- worship' him, rather than by way baa VINOL. I

; I ler's rasping broadcasts to the German of the cross. The devil showed his

h people. real purpose here. He wants wor- Guarded Confidence
,; For many years WLW operated a '44io ;i.! aiq ,tt' ship-he wants us to bow to him in- Confidence is nowhere safe.-

';: 500,000 watt' station in Cincinnati stead of to God. Vergil. :

!; but was forced by the Federal Communications II. Our Lord Was Victorious Over \J I

;; commission to reduce to Satan. 1R I 1i

..' 50,000 watts, 'which is the maximum Toy i
: -We, too, can triumph His bless-
J for v
: ordinary commercial stations in COLDS
ed name. To do so we need to study tC),
i:' the U.S.A. Therefore, WLW has now the way of victory. \ OF

offered its big 500,000 watt set to the Gain It quickly .ui
1. How to (vv. 4.7, 10).
government to be established in Ice-
Three steps appear: (a) By the LIQUID I
land. Since Hitler's stations are no- rol.rx TABLETS
right use of Scripture. If our Lord 666 SALVE I
. where near as strong as 500,000 NOSE DROPS
fr s needed and used that weapon, how
watts, WLW's beams from Iceland
can we possibly do without it?, How \'"
could drown out his )
voice f
every .4"'x Jra .....tw i' can we use it if we do not study it,
time he went the air.
on and hide it in our hearts (Ps. 119:

Furthermore, WLW Iceland would Naval instructors, who teach the Brown boys their gunnery simu- 11)? (b) By complete dependenceupon TaefdADVERTISING 09
not operate on short the
wave which
German late conditions at sea by means of a device that makes the target heave God. Every Scripture used i
people not
are permittedto
and by Jesus against Satan honored God
hear. It toss.
operate on a the Father. We cannot fight Satan in
standard broadcasting beam and .. ADVERTISINGi
::: .'.M I. _: :r. our own strength. Luther was right-
would come in over the ordinary j'x{ f.; .
"Did we in our own strength confide,
German radio.. i
By turning a buttonin "
Our striving would be losing.
the station in Iceland, the wave- y>:rff d 0f ( brt: o wi rj4:1 ')J ; <7flA" i
S; The real victory for the Christianis
length could be changed to cut in to bring Satan to the foot of the

on any German program. cross. Christ defeated him completely represents the leadership of
There is one catch to the proposal, I I..
there, and ''we may plead that
however. WLW Cincinnati nation. It the
wants to points way.
victory. (c) By denouncing Satan.
make deal with
a the
government Jesus sent him on his way. We We merely follow-follow to
whereby it ,would be
permitted to
l may do the same, in Jesus' name.It .
set up another 500,000 watt stationin new heights of comfort of
1 : is always a serious error to argue ,
the United
States in return for
: with Satan, or even to discuss mat- convenience of happiness.
sending equipment to Iceland. .
ters with him. He is not divine,

CAPITAL CHAFF but he is a supernatural being with As time goes on advertising _
knowledge and cunning which are

Secretary of War Stimson has &f l'' svs vM1.f,4. \: NY'i too much for us. Meet him with is used more and more,.
been shaking up some of his k'll% 'z Y
erals, and has put Gen.. RaymondLee gen- Scripture, honor God by your faithin and as it is used more we
Christ, then "resist the devil,,and
temporarily in charge'of: military he will flee from you" (Jas. 4:7). all profit more. It's the way .
intelligence. Lee
I was formerU. 2. What It Brings (v. 11). When
S. military attache in London and advertising '
devil left Christ '
an A-l officer. Army people hopehe \ ;
and ministered to Him. of
stays in charge of the intelli- bringing a profit fo
The overcoming of temptation
service.To .
gence everybody concerned
victory, peace, and blessed rest. ,

make more office space in .. ; 4y/ ., a,.hla Jn f4 ',,"-....---...........--.-....- This is ever true in the life of the the consumer included7
Washington, the'Farm Credit ad-

ministration is being moved, to Chi- "TIN FISH" .' Studying the after part of a torpedo, one of the believer.make Temptations one stronger victoriously'met in meetingthe !" ." ,

,' cago. most intricate of naval weapons. next temptation.

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to see several of her friends. (Tom) Sebring of Gainesville. I fy soon. He recently announced :; .
George Williams went to the I
'" Sebring paid his qualification fee his resignation as attorney for the :
For Strawberry Festival In Bowling ,
America Give!
.r h to Secretary of State last ,
I .. Green; later he stopped at Wauchula Gray Railroad Commission so that he '

. and lost some money. How week. Turnbull probably will quali could give his campaign full time. ", :

George? and gained back his old ._ ,
---- --------- -- -
y t.ter
girl friend.

Carolyn Bryant went to the Straw-

berry Festival at Bowling Green

and went on to Lakeland to shop.

Miss York went to Pahokee for
I the week-end.
Louise and Beulah spent Fri- "" > .
I I "
,N day afternoon in Pahokee. -' Let Us :

Mrs. Okerstrom spent her first

week-end in Clewiston since she .

has been teaching in Clewiston. Supply You With ,


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married persons living with hus- "- .
4C. 1 fA band or wife who have an aggregate -IT=;: LETTERHEADSENVELOPES .
gross income of $1,500 or more.

FILED? For the calendar '- .
year :-:. "
1941, on or before March 16, 1942. ." :
For the fiscal year, on or before ? BILLHEADS "

t the 15th day of the third month ..' ::':<, / J.V.:. 1

following the. close of the fiscal ", ,. ',:':; ."f.; HANDBILLS x:

year.WHERE ,- .:'?,': .'
FILED? In the internal revenue I : "

,::2.7x kiI? given district on in the which income the person tax blanks lives, ETC. '"...".:.,.'i..r.,: .; :'

and with the collector of internal
..7 ,j
revenue.HOW DOES ONE MAKE OUT At a price surprisingly lowQuality
following the detailed instructions

given on the income tax blands,
Form 1040 and Form 1040A

(optional simplified form). 'F
On Friday the thirtieth play
normal tax of 4 per cent on the
1'ttiootj tbJ5: LaBelle there. Why not, turn out
amount of the net income in excessof
and support the Tigers at these
the allowable credits against net

THE STAFF games? income (personal exemption, creditsfor Printing .

Elizabeth Winn ................ Humor Christine Redish had high- score dependents, interest on obliga-
Mauryne Prewitt ...... Chief Reporter for the South Bay game with 13 tions of the United States and its

Jeanne O'Neill ..._m_ Society points and Billy Perry with five instrumentalities and earned income I. 11111

" Juanita Burkett ....._..._... Faculty was high for the boys. D. Walker credit) in the computation 'of
Dorothy Knight ...-....- Sketches had high for the South Bay girls I.the normal tax net income; and agraduated ,
with four and Martin and Cobb
surtax on the amountof
\Barnard Leiter and .
I tied with four each for the boys. net income in excess of the
Kemper Bond _....._ Sports PHONE 39 AND .
Marianne Jones ".__m__"'._ Clubs allowable credits (personal exemp-

Jimmy Paul ._.._........._ Reporter BIOLOGY ,NEWS tion and credit for dependents) OUR REPRESENTATIVEWILL .

Gloria ?MeDuffie ____....... SpecialtiesClass MARY MATHISOn against net income in the compu-
Monday the. biology students tation of the surtax net income.
Reporters were very glad to have as our CALL TO ASSIST YOU -", ,:: ,,< ,

Betty McDuffie, Philip McLeod, visitor Mr. Moran who ,is sent ,I' '. -
Allen Withdraws
J Gloria McDuffie, Beulah Guthrie. here from Silver- Springs for collec-
"\ tions of wild life from this sectionof
From Court Race ; <
'I!//7 Florida. Mr. Moran will bg. .. ) 'i
1VVV 'Since January ,12. .more than $10 -- ,,, -'- ... \,: H
worth of defense stamps have been with us on Mondays and Wednes- .
i : ; LET US 'ESTIMATE ON v'/> '
days for the next few weeks and ,
'j sold in the office' of the school. Tallahassee, Jan 22.FNS ,
we"are' planning to '
himon ,
accompany '
Ten cent and twenty-five cent denominations Advised by his physicians that be- : : :
one of his trips.SCIENCE : ,YOUR NEXT ORDER <
are sold. cause of a heart condition it wouldbe /.,
t unwise.fo'r. his to enter a strenuous 'c'< -
,i There was a cooperative meeting CLUB political campaign for a seat '
4 Monday night of the teachers.Nand on the Supreme Court bench Wil- ,
Miss, Humble showed us how to
. school trustees. The follow- liam P. (Bill) Allen of Tallahassee '
make oxygen and hydrogen. She c
under discussion: announced' this week that he would :
showed us how all things burn
.:j is a national emergencyand withdraw from the race. ',
under'oxygen.. She burned mag- : ;
all schools need to be in complete This leaves only two candidates _,

;j accord with defense efforts. Then nesium she, sulphur burned and some some hydrogen.She sticks.. remaining in the race for the .. THE CLEWISTON NEWS =,T; > ':. ,-
1 Therefore schools are preparing Supreme Court seat made vacant
announced that this was our
1 training and working with their through the announced intentionof
last meeting! we must disbandand
students in order to make a better ? Justice Whitefield that he would
use activity period for helpingin
j" nation. national defense. We all retire T. T. Turnbull, ,Chairmanof .
are "'- '- '- - '- -
The activity period in Junior and I sorry but it .can't be helped. the State Democratic Committee i f:. .: -- ,: : > ,. : -r :: _. ,, .
Senior High has been completely of Monticello and Judge H. L.

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revised to include calisthenics; lectures GETTING OUT --- ----------- - ---------------------

', organized play individual Son: "Mother may I go out and ==:--
instruction and all subjects in this play with Bobby Brown"? ,

line. The period has been changedso Mother: "No son, you know I TROUBLE M LlS 1
as to come just before lunch. don't like Bobby". _.' DO
Plans are being made for the
Red Cross to give students a First Son: "Well then may I go out
Aid course. Lectures will include and fight with him"?

\ such defense subjects as incindiary .
bomb fighting. "Say boss", said the husky

These plans are now, not definitely tramp "Ida ye tell me where I
kin git fifteen cents for' bed"?
fixed, but we intend to have a

them a hundred per cent perfectby "Certainly", answered the kind
summer. We would also like Philanthropist, "Bring the bed to
to have the program extend on into me, and if' it is worth fifteen cents

summer. I'll buy it". -

Mr. Padgett and Mr. Turk will td ; ::1A
\ bave charge of the training of Jane: "If you were half a 'man
the boys and Mrs. Bjornsen and you'd take me to the circus to-
Miss York will have 'the girls train morrow". '

ing. Ruddy: "Honey, if I ,were halfa AtEDcao

man-I'd be in the circus". sue
Our visual education on Thursday -

will continue as usual. Thurs- Barber "Was your tie red when
day the Junior and Senior High you came in here"? .

were presented a film on Boulder ,Customer: "No it wasn't'.,. .
Dam. The picture was very com- ; &
Barber: "Gosh". V :=., .
plete and nothing was left un- ?

\ mentioned. Sophomore: "You ought to. take

SPORTSOn chloroform". -

Tuesday January 20, the Freshman: "Yeh! Who teachesit"

.Tigers and Tigerettes played South ?

Bay in an afternoon game there.
The girls beat them 20-8 and the Father (facetiously) Don't you
boys 1412.In think our son gets his intelligencefrom
I mf :
the last few minutes of the me"Mother ?

game the South Bay coach sent : "He must have. I've still :
In a tiny player no taller than got mine". Jr
four and a half feet. He made two H

spectacular baskets in the flash of Teacher: "Name three collective

\ an eye. His last play he dribbled nouns".
three quarters the length of the Tommy: "Fly-paper, wastebasket '
court and made a clean shot. The and vacuum cleaner"...
stands went wild. He was reallya
sight to' see among those taller SOCIETY LUBRICATES, UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

Miss Neely is going home to Lake
boys.On "
I Friday the 23rd we play in Worth this week-end. ,,101m INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .
J Belle Glade and on Tuesday the Juanita Burkett came home fora 1 -

27th we play Moore Haven there. visit and stopped by the school


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PACE.EWHTL: THE CLEWISTON' : NEWS' --. .. ....--.-.-..-.. 'FRIDAYy JATOJABY -2e,-:1043A : '

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....: . . .: : :..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:;.:;.:..:..:..:;.:;.:..:;:;.:;.:..:..: LEGAL' ) NOTICES:.L.f. .J'4 WIh of NW/i 'of Section 9, Ei/S of NVi of Section 33
; Township 46 South, Range, 34 Township 46 South, Range 34 East;
East; W% of NW'4 of Section 33,
I All of Section 10, Township 46 Township 46 South. Range 34 East;
f South, Range 34 East; NE% of SEof Section 33, '.
'4-3 IS b All of Section 12 Township 46 Township 46 South,Range '34 East. '.
NOTICE. FOR PUBLICATIONPuh1I South, Range 3d East; The said lands above described will
2t ( her) All of Section 17,. Township .46 be offered' for sale at said sale ac-
2.i. UNITED STATES South Range 34 East; cording the description above givenso
I ; CLASSIFY DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR SEVi of NEJ4 of Section 21, that each body of land embraced
GENERAL LAND OFFICE at Wash- Township 46 South, Range 34 East; in each separate description will be
t f instow. D. C. NW'A 'of SE'of Section. 21, offered for sale separately from all
DECEMBER 8. 1941. Township 46 South, Range 34 East; other parcels.
y NOTICE is hereby given that Ray SE'i of Section 29, Township Purchaser to pay for deed.
:: C. Hull, of LaBelle, Florida, who, 46 South. Range 34 East H. A. RIDER,
I ;+tbw ii 'r a.: By on December C, 1937, made Sec. 2289 Wlfc of Section 29, Township 46 Special Master in Chancery.
R. S., Homestead
Entry, No G. L. O. South, Range 34 East; 3t. Jan. 16-23-30. 1942.
06520, for S'VJSection 27 Town-
I: President Florida Press AssociationTOO :i: : ship 45 S., Range 32 E., Tall Meridian .

YTTTTTTW..TW._.'............................................................W...............NNN... ... .................................H..,.._......................._._......._...N.._.n..n...............................s.1.. Florida to make has filed three-year notice of Proof Intention -, .
to establish claim to the land above
From (the versatile pen of bookkeeper who fell from a pierto described, before William T. Hull,
Theodore Pratt, author and sho'rttory find that he had become a fish. Clerk, Circuit Court, at LaBelle,
Florida, on the 7th day of February,
writer whose work is familiarto Fascinated, he lay under the pier 1942. '
readers of the Saturday Evening and watched the frantic efforts of Claimant names ns witnesses: -V
Stafford Lucl Post, New Yorker and a score of life guards to rescue him. Lookingup Hill, L. M. Jennings, all of LaBelle, I

other publications, has come an- on the dock, he saw his wife, I Florida.
other "masterpiece"-"Mr. Limpet"a who during his earthly existencehad JOEL DAVID WOLFSOHN,
Assistant Commissioner or
delightfulcantacy( on; sale at always viewed him with scorn Register.

book stores January 19th. and contempt,* weeping and carry- Dec. 2C, Jan. 2-9-16-23, 1942

Pratt adopted Florida several ing on in the center of an excited

years ago and makes his home on group of sympathetic onlookers. .
the-[ east coast. Since taking up Accepting his fate, "Mr. Limpet" NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE 1 ;

his residence here he has written decided to make- the most of it. NOTICE ts hereby given that under
deal- All his life he had and by virtue of the final decree of 'y
numerous stories and articles hoped that the foreclosure and sale rendered in the in 1 1 1 1F
ing with Florida that have presented day would come when he could Circuit Court of. the Twelfth Judicial
authentic and realistic word "go to Florida". Thrilled at his Circuit of Florida, In and for Hen'dry
County in 'a certain cause pending
pictures, such as "Shell Shock" newly found freedom, he gives a wherein George AV. "Whitehurst was

which told of the thrill of gather- joyful flip of his tail as he heads al.Plaintiff, were, defendants and Mary, Lee the undersigned Carroll, et

ing Florida sea-shells experiencedby south. He' visits Palm Beach, special Master appointed by the courtto "
tourists who visited Sanlbel Miami, the Keys and even Havana, make sale of the property as direc-
ted in said decree, will offer for sale
Island and other points, and "Land mingles with the nation's celebrities and sell to the highest and best
of the Jook" dealing with one phaseof as they frolic in the warm waters bidder for cash, at the front door of (7h% in
the court house in the City of La-
life in the back country, locals. of the Atlantic at swanky resorts.He Belle Hendry County, Florida, on
zed in the 'Glades area. finds he can drive fishermenand Monday February 2, 1942 during L
the legal hours of sale, the following
Following the publication of guides to distraction since they described property, situate In Hendry AIRCONDITIONED
these stories, tourists swarmed in- cannot fool him with their artificial County, to-wit;
to the territory they mentioned. lures and clumsily baited hooks. W% of' NEi/i of Section 5, Town- -
ship 46 South, Range 34 East;
Sanibel became famed overnight Altogether, he has one grand and W% of SE& of Section 5, Town-
and motor cars loaded with tourists glorious time.Optometrists. ship 46 South Range 34 East;
NWrof Section 5, Township gJtnptl
waited for hours to catch the owe Theodore a 46 South, Range 34 East;
ferry, as the service was far in debt of gratitude for his whimsical E% of NErof SW% of Section
9, Township 46 South, Range 34
adequate to meet the demand. By idea of adorning "Mr. Limpet" witha East; Service
the same token, thousands who pair of nose glasses which be- \V.', of SWU of Section 9, Town- Dependable.,
ship 46 South Range 34 East; \
never would .have considered a come almost as important throughout SEVi of SE& of Section 9, Low Fares )
-- ,
visit to the 'Glades country went the humorous narrative as Township 46 South, Range. .34

out, of their' way to visit it, fol- the hero himself. With them he East; '.If .
lowing his publication of "Landof attains a marked degree of im- z '.1 Travel'via Florida'Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

the Jook". portance: Because of them he wins and;the North.
His delightful book "Mercy Is the affection of a: charming lady

land", dealing with life on the fish. They aid' him in proving his ,.. Northbound
Florida keys, proved extremely real identity to naval officials and .C j r: I' 'f It Lv..C NACPOINT: . 4:55'At.f: ,1:25PM: :" t. .;
Good FarmLand AC TAMPA': . IOIOAM 6:55 PM Costs Less than I
popular,- 'and motion picture rights lead to his receiving a commission lAKELAND '. . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM,, Driving.Ar.
were purchased by Warner Brothers from the'Navy d department in chargeof Ar. ORLANDO; . 1050AM 745.PM; One Round
who will shortly release the film locating and destroying enemy Ai. JACKSONVillE '. 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way! TrIp
: : 'Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 445; PM 12:59: AM
version.I submarines. His temporary loss of Ar. LAKE CITY",. . 2:25.PM 1:10AM JACKSONVlLiE'MIAMI : $ 4:70'165: $ 300 8:50: ,
have just had the pleasure of them nearly costs him his life and
PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
I Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 11:25: PM o.
reading an advance copy of< ''Pratt's robs him of his sex-appeal. Ar. JACKSONVillE .. 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 0 2.35 4.25 Y
newest book and I am surely indebted Fantastic and frivolous, "Mr. tor Rent ORLANDO 0 2.95 5.35
to him for introducing me Limpet" just the kind of readingwe HASSEE AND 'LAKE'CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY' o. 4.95 8.95
to as delightful a fiction characteras need today to give us a relief FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15

I ever met"Mr. Limpet"! from our more serious<: problems."Mr. MACON .. 7.25 13,05
u'hboundGoIng VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45
In a note accompanying an Limpet" will serve to publicize m-- Lv CANAL POINT o. 5:20 PM 11:25 PM:' BIRMINGHAM 0 9.90 17.85
autographed copy of the_book, Pratt Florida far and wide, and againwe Ar. MIAMI 0 ..i., .. o' 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
told me how he got his idea for find ourselves indebted to CHICAGO 0 17.90 32.25
__. Returning NEW YORK .. 15.85 28.55
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this remarkable yarn: An ardent Theodore Pratt. Lt LV: MIAMI''' : . ((0:00AM' 2:00AM .
fisherman, he recently tried his "Mr* Limpet" is now to be seen TrespassersWill ,Ar, CANAL mn '., oj o 1:25: PM 4:55 AM, f'I I

hand at "goggle fishing", a< newly alive and swimming about in the I I
developed Florida sport that Is be- great tank at Marine Studios.- Agent STORE

coming quite popular, in which the After reading the story, Milton i, Be. PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT

fisherman, his eyes protected by Bacon, publicity director of the

waterproof goggles, swims after his famed attraction, captured a large ProsecutedClewiston

fish under water to spear him witha drum and affized a pair of glasseson

javelin. Resting after one such his nose. He is pointed out jiii'

expedition, his imagination active, to tourists and often glares backat a

he tried to visualize in his mind them through his glasses as
the life of a fish. He recalled that they stare at him through studio

scientists have long contended that portholes.By .
all life came originally from the all means read "Mr. Limpet". "

sea.-What if at death it returned It is refreshing and delightful anda Realty And !I.
there-In this crazy topsy-turvy wonderful tonic for overwroughtnerves. ; t l'I l lx i

world, seeming intent on destruc- DevelopmentCorpol'ation "
tion, maybe we were just a lot L

of "Poor Fish" destined to returnto

our ,original form.
Buy Defense bonds today and
Out of such fantastic musings f
thus do in the all-out i
came "Mr. Limpet", the story of your part L Ln

a timid, modest little hen-pecked fight against Hitler and Company. ;


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Ahead of Him! I Complete Picture '
. i Installment Twelve "Oh, by the way, Jack ." He "We were here before!1" she exclaimed Doctor-Not so quick, young man; I Sally-Could you marry a girl :
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I said that at the door, as if it were not realizing how pointlessit didn't tell you to say "Ah-h-h" yet. with a picture face? .*

iv Jacqueline hurried to the wardrobe something that very nearly had escaped must sound. .. Young Chap-7 know, but I just saw Draftee-Sure, honey, if she had ,*

I ':N-" and commenced burrowing into his mind.. "Is that sleuthy "So you recognize it?" Larry your' new nurse. Ah-h-h! a pretty good frame.

'.:.! a hiding place she had contrived. friend of yours a rather young chap laughed over his shoulder. "I wish t

She was glad to escape for a mo- with a dazed look and a bald head?" we were going to do it all over again. Tact is making your guests feel Money doesn't mean everything,

ment. Larry's eyes made her un- "Lieutenant Staples is quite bald." But we're not going to Terryvillethis at home even when you wish they but everything: seems to mean

comfortable; she was not at all sure "I thought so. I really must havea time," he added hastily, seeing were. money. :

Jf. she had not hurt him. When she talk with him '. I don't thinkso a warning glint in her eyes.

came back to his chair, she had a much of his technique. 'Good Then he .volunteered some infor- Eye for Beauty The Later

bulky envelope in. her hand. She night. I'll be seeing you." mation about the farm. Mrs. Brownwas Munhall-Where in the, world "My girl was mad with me last .I

held it out."Here. a widow and had two sons anda did you get that black eye? night." .

." CHAPTER X daughter. The boys ,did the workon Jimmy-I went to a dance and "Why?" _

,, Larry accepted it silently. the place. Larry thought they was struck by the beauty of the "I was an hour late and she'dbeen
"Thanks," he said. "Was there comfortable circumstances.The ...
True were in place. waiting fifteen minutes.
to his suggestion, Larry arranged -
\ anything else in particular?" original property had com-
to take Vince to the countrythe
"No But we're still friendsaren't ,- prised more than five hundred
following Monday morning. It
we?" of shock acres, but Mrs. ,Brown had sold off C&lntAllRisnu Srndlnt S-.rnd.*.., I
was something a to Jacque-
"Sure." all but the homestead The
line when she found her eighty.
1 1 It all had turned out so differently pa-' house was large and comfortableand r
tient l
dressed and sitting in a chair
1 ." from what she had expected. You she occasionally took summer Fit
when she called Sunday afternoon."It .
' ,- would think that Larry was in the boarders more for companythan Q ( .
doesn't fair. Jacqueline
habit of making calls and having anything else. -
.j attempted to say it lightly. "I no
ten-thousand-dollar gifts'returned to "How 'did to meet
you happen Famous
, ". more than find you, than you're run-
{" -, him. There that stick- "
was envelope
her? Jacqueline asked curiously.
ing out of his to be ning off again. I believe you're gladto 1 io: I II
\ (i pocket, ready go away and leave me." "Through Rannie. I told him I CHEST

:i," lost or stolen. After all, it was ten' "No, I'm not." Vince said it was looking for a quiet place, you I MISERY COLDS
< thousand dollars. Didn't it occur ,
t thoughtfully. "It's been nice know. Seems he used to spend his
to him that it was something of a vacations with the Browns when he
'other-Give YOUR Child
You're lot like mother
a your Skip- wonderful results because it's more
b-fM sacrifice for a girl to surrender a was a kid." This Same Expert Care! than an ordinary "salve." It helps

':?,V sum like that? When it represented per. Jacqueline was forced to agree At the first sign of a chest cold the break up local congestion. Since
,' all she had to ,show for a bargain "Am I? ... when she saw the comfortable farm- Dionne Quintuplets'throats and chests Musterole is used on the Quintuplets
such as she had made? She was "Yes I never noticed it be- are rubbed with Children's Mild you may be sure mother, it's just
the and her
stead met cheery owner
; Musterole-a made especially about the BEST product made!
fore, somehow. That's why I'm anx- product
free almost free. Yet
now or
healthy trio of children. They greeted to promptly relieve dis- IN 3 STRENGTHS
'- ious to I know I'm Children i
get now.
the exultation she had to away
expected her in friendly fashion and left tress of children's colds Children's Mild Muster-
;[. feel was strangely lacking. going to make good this time. And her' to be entertained by her fa and resulting bronchial 1T A1II19 ole.Also Regular and Ex-
,,., ; "I Vince little while after then I can start doing things for and croupy coughs. IJ H I 0 .1 tra Strength for grown-
'l saw ther. Larry also disappeared in-
Musterole gives such upswhopreferastrongerMild
the things I should have
3 dinner," Jacqueline said, for want you sisting smilingly that he was tired product. All drugstores.

f of something better to say. Larry done. and intended to indulge in a nap
"Of you're going to make
brightened perceptibly.. before dinner. Growth of Palm Tree rarely increases in diameter, even
1 "Did you? I saw him a few minI good, Vince, she? said presently. "A has to be in
man good shapeto After a palm reaches a height I when the tree grows to be more
utes this afternoon myself. Looks tackle one of Mother Brown's of only about eight feet, its trunk than hundred feet tall.
? pretty chipper don't think?" : "
you dinners, _he_explanned.
I o'. "Ever so much better. I suppose I Vince displayed his new quarters

you'll be taking him out in the coun- proudly.He .

try pretty soon." had a large, bright room on

Y "Why, yes. Dr. Kennedy says he the ground floor. Best of all, the
t make the almost time. DARLING ,
can trip any boys had supplied him with a work
"I've made all the arrangements. bench and unpacked all his cher- REMEMBER.THE ONLY YEAST WITH ALL

, 5 ,' I can give him a comfortable trip' ished gadgets. Larry, it appeared, THESES VITAMINS IS FLEI5CHMANN'SIfr

," up in the car and take his traps, e4v was quartered on the floor above.
too. A 'few weeks up there should "
, > "He insisted I take this room,
fix him up so that you won't know Vince explained, "so that I wouldn't
) :-', him. P have to climb the stairs. He sayshe's
j ; "I suppose not but I'll miss to before
coming up stay long.
f him. "
i Then we're going to 'get to workon O
"Naturally. After spending every something he has in mind. I ?
evening with him. ,I still think it r
hate to slow up on my invention {I
would be idea for to if
a good you go
but if I do
right now, can some-
. : up there with him for a little time.
thing to help make I'd
The Browns have plenty of room.
better do it. I want to
pay my '
I'm likely to be away a good deal ./
. as soon as I can.
of the time all the time, if
"Of course. What sort of work is
t you say the word. The two of you
Mr. Cutter going to have do?"
I can have .everything your own you I
way." "I don't know exactly. He says

.... "Thank you, but I must'stay here he's working on something, and that
}:>, and attend to business." I I he's sure my experience will come 0.5 0 c\.p'fI: ''
"I' You're the in handy. He's an engineer." '
> suppose so. busy Units (Int.)
: *Per Cake: VItamIn A-3100 Units (Int.) Vitamin B,-150
member of the family. What about "So he told me." Vitamin D-400 Units (Int.) Vitamin O-40-50 Units (SB. Bout).
here !
lYe before
running up some Sunday to see were Larry's prediction about the ,din-
lost in the
she exclaimed. Vitamins B,, D and G are not appreciably oven;
Vince after he gets settled? Then ner, ,served early in the afternoon, they go right into the bread.
you wouldn't worry about him. I'll than
was more Jacqueline
"And, best of all, you're going to
be to drive .
glad you up. and I quite gave herself up to the delights -
f "That might be very nice." get strong well. quite envy of home cooking. For Great Cause body, to risk his well-being, to risk
chance of in
..r a< "Then it's settled." you the country your from being all the out noise After the meal, she insisted that No man is worth his salt who is I his life, in a great cause.Theonot -

'' Anyone would conclude, to see and dirt here.away" she be allowed to assist with the ready at all times to risk his dore Roosevelt.

Larry lounging there so comfortably dishes. "Just to keep me from go-
in that chair that "Larry said he'd bring you 'up to "
Y ing into a coma, she explained.But .
,, !..: was "settled." see me some time. You'll, come. her offers

<; '';. And it wasn't at all. Life merely won't you?" fused. She had were come smilingly all the re
;i i-- ;, had slipped back where it was, or.I' "I expect so. from the city to see her father. The YOURE
:.'" : nearly so. Jacqueline Anthony was The next morning, Jacqueline felta YOU
two of them must "visit. CORPORAL.NOW
.I':,: ,:..; married, but all there was to show peculiar sense of' loss. ,It; was :
.:<.." for it vas a ridiculous contract anda difficult to think of Vince anywhere I Accordingly, Jacqueline found herself 5 CAMELS ARE MILDER : KNOW WHY CAM ELS
except in his little room at South .. reclining in a steamer chair
Gone wedding ring. Side hospital. Instead, he was off under an oak tree, fighting off a delicious IN EVERY WAY. 'v } ARE THE ARMY
too the dreams of '
alluring V
drowsiness she listened to '
travel. In the first excitement of on excursion he and Larry. as AN1 THEY MAN FAVORITE
account of work
proposed ,
Larry must have decided to stay
the adventure, Jacqueline had allowed
.'' riches, travel. He lay in a hammock : > TASTE GREAT
herself to associate those' up at the farm for a few days. It J
close his dreams
by, giving free
\ bonds with that longed-for "cross- was not until Wednesday afternoonthat
he came into the office. range.
Now the
ing. suggestion of such
By fall, he and the Skipper shouldbe
thing made her ,hate herself. Far "Is Vince all ,right?" was her eager -
ready 'to go places. This was to
i' better to be faced with this new in- question, before Larry had timeto 'be one winter when there would be

debtedness thatwould, keep her saying seat himself.
no snow or cold weather for eitherof
and scrimping for some time to "Fine. 1 hung around part of two them. It ought to be pretty decent -

come. But it would be worth it. days to get him settled. He and down around the Mediterranean. -
Her righteous pride would have Mrs. Brown took to.each other like }
He always had an idea he'dlike ,. .;. ti+::;:x :. }.
suffered had she known what was old pals. She'll see that he has everything to Africa too. Had the sti
see ky
' passing through her husband's mindat he needs. You needn't wor- Skipper ever read any of those ads :M si ::

the moment. Larry was thinkingthat ry. Can you take a few letters?" about round-the-world trips?

he, must see Rannie Hicks ,the "I'm waiting" "Lots of times."

first thing in the morning. He would The letters finished and read, Lar- Vince chuckled suddenly.

tell him to take charge of the bonds ry gravely paid his bill and made "What a fraud you are, Skipper!

and cash, put them in a trust' fund, .ready to leave. The blue eyes opened wide. .

or something of that sort, for Mrs: "If you're not in a hurry, I'd like "What do you mean, Vince?"

Cutter. His dark eyes lighted with to ask you more about Vince." "You know. Talking so innocent.

sudden amusement at the idea. "Think it's safe?" he asked teas- ly to your old dad about 'Mr. Cut-
Jacqueline saw and resented it. ingly. "
ter' this and 'Mr. Cutter' that!
CI Couldn't Larry realize that she had "I'm "
sorry. go. "I don't know what you mean.
run some risk in asking him to her "And I'm
sorry! Shouldn't have Jacqueline sat up with a jerk.
\ apartment? For all he knew, Lieu- said that. Vince is very anxious to "Sure you don't?" Vince chuckled

tenant Staples might be lurking see you something important, delightedly. "Come now why
about, : She suddenly dreaded the he said. I told him I'd bring you didn't you tell me what you" two Actual sales records In Post Exchanges and Canteens

idea of him going out. up Sunday, if you could arrange it. kids had been up to?" show Camels are the favorite cigarette with men in
"I didn't stop to eat dinner tonight May I send him word he
can expect The dolor slowly left Jacqueline'sface and Marine Corps.
the Army Navy
she said "
impulsively. "Just us? as she stared at her father.
had a sandwich and a glass of milkon Jacqueline thought swiftly. SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS
"Will you please tell me just what THE SMOKE OF
my way to the hospital. I think "I'll go," she promised.For you mean?" she asked in a low

I'll make some coffee. Won't you the rest of the week, Jacqueline voice.

have some" with me?" repented, of her promise. But The quizzical smile on Vince's face 28% Less NcotiNe"q

"Sure! Larry sat upright. there seemed no very good way to vanished. He shifted uncomfortably ,.
ft Activity in the kitchenette servedto avoid the trip now. After all, Vince in his hammock and stole an apprehensive than the of the 4 other t }
ease the tension for Jacqueline, had asked for her and it was him glance in the directionof average
although she could not help contrast- she was going to see. the house."I largest-selling cigarettes tested-less than

, ing the situation with that other lit- But, as usual, her air of reserve mean that Larry's head over any of them-accordIng to independent
tle dinner party. She had been scientific tests of the smoke itself! ..
hap was difficult to maintain when she heels in love with you. He told me S.

py that night, rather fearfully hap- found herself in the car relaxing to so," Vince added defensively..

py. And Larry seemed just as hap- that exhilarating sense of flying "And did he tell you that,I was in

py now as if nothing had happened.'He through the air. Nor was it possi- love with him?" CAMEL '

remained until nearly mid- ble for her to refrain from ex- "He didn't have to. I got eyes. I

night, apologizing contritely for the claiming over an early discovery. couldn't imagine you, or any other

\ lateness of ,his departure when he They were skimming along the girl in her right mind, turning downa
caught up his hat and made ready highway that led to Terryville.' The chap like Larry." -

to go road of memories. (TO BF.CONTINUED)



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the service require more of this that each and every one."of us stop I Clewiston and Moore Haven who

I energy-source than do those in wasting and, hoarding sugar. We had known the young flier well
dk A Puff Give A Huff civilian life. Sugar Is essential for must do this so that our military also attended did '"
as Flight Com-
the man behind. the gun and the forces may have a sufficiency of
And Blow The Japs man behind the man behind the sugar-so necessary' as.a source of mander Rampklin and Squadron
gun.' I am sure each and every human energ'y, and so' that all the Leader George Burdick from Riddle
DOWNI housewife in'America wants to do children throughout. these United Field.
military States be not of their ice-
her bit to insure our deprived .
I N forces this, vital necessity of life., cream cones, their. candy and, their Crosskey .was a resident; of
of cookies. ,, ', Birmingham, England, the son ,of
and invisible supplies
i. Visible
i / / a physician and was a member of
1' sugar, that is the sugar in the It- is not only' unpatriotic, but \
the first class
: to come
hands of the producers and distributors downright selfish and costly, I to directly
: plus the hoardings. of waste or hoard sugar. Save an Riddle Field from England. He ,
V housewives and' manufacturers, are ounce a day' and help keep the sug-. was a student at Oxford when he
estimated to be in excess of three' ar shortage away. enlisted in the RAF.. His class

i and 'onehalf'million tons. Home ,', .; was- the first to complete ,primary
r NOn production plus that which we First Cadet : training without a single. loss from

y ";IA t"l'VV hope to obtain from. Caribbean areasis the group and so far as is known
estimated at five million tons. the same group, with the one exception -
V.Z' Our military forces and our allies (Continued 1. ,from, ,' page 1) is still intact near the completion -
will require substantial tonnage. of that city. Six of Crosskey's of the basic course.
Even after caring for these prior
needs there should be left for the classmates.acted as pallbearersand Of the four' cadets buried at
,the entire class was, In attend- Carlstrom Field,
-"--- housewife much more than duringthe Crosskey is the only
BARGAIN I last war and if waste and ance at the, services. Friends from one killed in a training accident. '.
'' rr DEFENSE.
I hoarding be eliminated that limited
'' B U C BULLETS AS YOU I supply can be spread much further. .
t BUYYOUR SMOKES During the past year we substantially .' '-' .' -- : -. : ..- ._ m .- _,
ii .cr;-+=r 25c DEFENSE STAMP increased our per capita con-
TWO BOXES, MATCHES sumption of sugar.: If we will but
go back to our former per capita' Hi-ho! Hi-ko!
15c A consumption and, in addition, use'o
y.- e less spoonful of sugar each I
4 ,c YILBE day we will save the huge quan.titY'1 We're off to Tokio.

Foa39C of one and one-half million tons-I ', '
three billion pounds during the "

...-..... coming ;year. That is not asking I We'll knock the Japs ..': :, '
I much, but this small quantity per 'r .,. : .

I person imports will from offset the Philippines all our former and Right; off the maps! ,+ : :
; c
about half of that we formerly imported ,. ,: >; ,.
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---------- from Hawaii. Do not mis- :
i./ .t.
Hi-ho! Hi-ho! ,
U.S.S.C. Smokers Walter Terry, Rt. 1, Clewiston, understand ''me. I ask that you reduce V : ',:;/ .:: -I' .
Fla.; Johnnie Lee Jumper, Immoka- your sugar consumption only .
fee, Fla.; Noah Collins, Clewiston, for the time being. As a producerof
Adopt SloganSmokers' Fla.; James Crumpton, Rt. 1, Box sugar I would much prefer to I I

88, Clewiston, Fla.; Joe Kennedy ask you not only to double your .. i
defense slogan: "Takea Davis, Belle Glade, Fla.; Willie sugar use but to waste as much as It you are not fighting with lead
puff, give a huff, and blow the Jackson, Rt. 1, Box 95, Clewiston, you desired; today that is out of
Japs down"! Fla.; David Lee Simpton, Clewis- the question; we are at war and
To promote the sale of defense ton, Fla.-colored. our sugar supply is short, so as and steel you must FIGHT
a patriotic American I ask you to ,
stamps among its smoking workers,
the United States Sugar Corporationhas Recreation Hall- reduce your sugar intake. "
We all like little of Dollars .
more withyour
a every ,
offered at its ten commissariesa !
and little better "
thing, everything a ,
25-cent defense stamp, two penny ,
than last This attitude is the
boxes of matches, and ,a 15-cent (Continued from page 1) year.
pack of cigarettes for 39 cents, marine print of a Clipper Ship intangible thing that has made
Clarence R. Bitting, president, 're- hangs over the fireplace. America' great and which will make
ported.In The reading room is severely America ever greater in the yearsto Buy Defense Bonds
come. But this is war and we ..
addition to the special appealto Early American. An interesting
smokers, the company is cooperating piece of furniture in this room is must tighten our belts a bit. If
the of Gov- we go back to our pre-1940 con- and ,
with government by an exact museum copy a Savings Stamps
selling defense bonds and stamps ernor Carver settee. The seat is sumption. and, in addition, reduceour ,
every pay-day at all its pay-off' longer than the average lengthof intake by only one spoonfula "
'* day we will be, making little, if I II
windows. a sofa, and the back is made of II I
any real sacrifice, because that
dozens of small spindles. Two I
spoonful, and more, was left in the I
smaller seats of the same designare
To Locate- -
Efforts bottom of the cup. This one ounce i'
also used. One end of the CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
room carries a Tavern Table per person per day will 'go far 'I .
(Continued from page 1) with a group' of, small Early American toward easing the threatened sug-

Booker Thomas Johnson, Clewis- chairs. The other end of the ar shortage. LOAN ASSOCIATION
I Until such time as we are able
ton, Fit.; Willie Franklin, Dania, room will have a ,Sawbuck Table
Fla.; Zarlie Williams, Clewiston, with the same two chairs. In to' substantially increase our home
Fla. Morris Eugene'Douglas, Free- either of the four corners of the production of this vital "necessityof '
; -'-- '-' -
hold, New Jersey; Richard Smith, room will be a huge Windsor Chair life- it is absolutely essential = ,__ __ ,, ____ :_ ,_ : : .- _- '_ I

311 Greenwick St., New York, N. with real rush seats. The chairsare - -.-------
Y.; Wilson T. Shuman, 1416 N. also copies of museum pieces?; .:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:.:-:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,
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W. 6th Ave., Miami, Fla.; 'Merry and most interesting. There are "r:": : :":":":":":":":":":":": :":":-:":":":":":': : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-:-: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :":": : :-: : ,

Howard, clo'\ J. J. Scheideler, also book-cases in matching woods :yy zz: / .z.:3..
Robbinsville, New Jersey;' Lewis in this room; early American .; i. "
Jackson, Clewiston, Fla.'; Willie Coach scene prints decorate the z"yA ybt

Lee Cremette, Clewiston, ,Fla.; walls and the rug in this room :::: :z: :
Johnnie Leroy Johnson, Shellman will be identical with the rug in .i..:. ENJOY AN .z..z.
Fla.; Leroy Davis, Felda, Fla.; Joe the lobby.: The furniture will be .z":. ':'".. ,- ;.-" ..' .:..;.

Brown, 33 Anderson Ave., Ft. of the finest grade solid maple in 1 f': L' : ; : '

Myres, Fla.; Eugene Peterson, La- Salem Finish, which is a rich ,,
Belle Fla.; Willie' B. Everett, brown, and not red, finish. 'i"-'. ,M .U

Azucar, Fla.; Grady ,B. Bryant, The Card Room is furnished in ': ':
Bridgeville, Delaware; Lester White- bamboo furniture, and the walls i... i.. : : ,\
head, Belle Glade, Fla.; Osie Lee decorated with bright prints of a I .z..:. HOME I ., "' '',,,> .... U
Rowell, Trenton, Fla.; Robert more modern feeling. ++ r :.. ',;::, .. :. :

Carter, Clewiston, Fla.; Henry The lobby has draperies of an :i::: \. :;::i:

Gibbs, Venice, Fla.; Aaron' Smith, I I y H
18th in '
Century print design a .z.-; ,. .
Clewiston, Fla.;; Denies Lane Nanins, soft green background, with running yy. ,
Rt. 1, Bare Beach ...
Village, .z. :
floral design in copper color. .' :..
ton ton,, Fla.Fla.;; Robert Joe Seaf Lawson Griffin, ,CleWis-I I The other rooms have no drapes, ::;::_i;: Electricity ,is the modern servant; 'a servant t h.:i::;}:

burg, Fla.; Edward Joiner, ing but Venetian the walls.blinds of". wood match- :i::_;: takes care of both the work and the pleasure of the ::i::;:

Bare Beach Village, 'Clewiston, Fla.; :i::? efficient- :
James Stanley, Clewiston V Fla.; ass .home and one that will do everything quickly. is
W. C. ,Jackson,, Clewiston Bitting Urges- :: :::):
Fla.; + i. V ly and economlca II y. :}.::
Alphonzo Jenkins, Clewiston, Fla.;. .z.':. ..'.

Eugene Fla.; Frank Jones Myers, Rt.,.,' 1 Rt., Clewiston 1, Box, (Continued from page 1) :ii::: One penny will toast '26 crunchy slices of toast, or :ii:::

Thomas 54-K, Clewiston Wilson, Rt.Fla.'1.,; Box Harlett'81, ly off and affected.traffic These with Hawaii'serious factors alone- :i: give your eyes two hours of safe,reading light or operate :i:: I-

'Clewiston, Fla.; Doric Smith, Rt. will ply. 'seriously Hoarding affect will our, only sugar make sup-a ** your radio ,for ,most of ,a 'day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;::;:

Pea 1, ,Clewiston Rt. 1, Box, Fla.'88, ;Clewiston Willie Clyde Fla.; I I bad situation worse. Without hoard- :i::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :i::

J. W. Jones, Rt. 1, Clewiston, Fla.; ing by anyone we may hope, andit Y AA

North Raymond Carolina Wood;, Major Rt. 3, Lee Zebulon.Williams ,.. will is be but far a better hope, that than the many situation house- ;:Ii::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I :ii:::

I wives now believe. Based upon that is all electric and mOdern. ..
Union Springs, Alabama, ;, :i::::' : :
Eugene Plesant, Clewiston, 'Fla.;\ the existing situation there shouldbe .:'.i. ..:.x .
no need of the bad .%..
Sammie Lee Nelson, Clewiston, repeating Y.: AAY.
Fla.; Walter Berryman, Clewiston, conditions of the last war .y' .:..:.

Fla.; Samuel David Dixon, Clewis- The,, war in which we are now ,rf AA: ,'
ton, Fla. Johnnie B. Julkes involved is bound to strike home :!= 1 :
1. Box 88, Clewiston, Fla.; J. D. : to each and every one of us in ., .... '

Underwood, Rt. 1, Box 8?", Clewis I many different ways. Many house- .fy. I .ff... I.
ton, Fla.; Joseph Reid, Rt.1, Box wives have already felt the effectof ;
88, Clewiston, Fla.; Curtis' Hobe- the war in their Household bud- ::::_: ANT- USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY., :*::*:: \ J..

son Edwards, Clewiston, Fla.; Cli gets; all will notice its effects on v A 1
mon Buts, Clewiston, Fla.; Tommy the pantry shelf. Each and every .i.'..i.' 'J.J..):.. ,I:
Elton, Clewiston, Fla.; Pierce one of us will feel the war throughthe .:...;( J. : I';
Sampson, Rt. 4, Box 4, Americus sugar shortage and can there- {.....s... ,. .. ,.. .;:;:::
Georgia; Leon Butler, Clewiston by aid the nation in its war effort. f

Fla.; Eugene Simmon, Jensen, Fla.; We, as 'a ,nation, have insisted y I 4ar'V iII
Charlie Gray, Rt. 1, Clewiston, Fla.; that three-quarters of our sugar .%.... V

Henry Williams, LaBelle ,Fla.; be supplied from overseas and it is +..y .
George Robert Cockfield, coo E. L. but natural that we should now be :_ 1. \,.

Strickland, Rt. 3, Gainesville, Fla.; faced by a sugar shortage, but f Glades Power and light Co. nx
Thomas Leroy Butler, ,Rt. 1, Bare that shortage need not be as seri-
Beach Village, Clewiston, Fla.; ous as would otherwise be the case + AAy

Johnny Murry, Jr., Rt. 1, Bare if we will only stop'' wasting and .'.:' .AA%..:. ,
Beach Village, Clewiston, Fla.; hoarding sugar. : : .. .
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George Robert Floyd, Lake Harbor, We all know that sugar is one : ....
Fla.Camp; Charlie Rt. ,2, Lofton Ft. Dowling & of human the most important sources of C..:..z..:..................._......................... ;........_..........._..._..._.._:._..................... .............01'. .... .............u..........;...................:............:.:.+...4%'" ... ...:.....' ....:......:..:N:..:..: ...:..:............iN Nc! }o ...
Myers, Fla.; energy and that men in X..l X"X XM: ;..>V i >XX: ... .. :.....:..:..:-:-:+r-x.-x..:+:..;.:..:-: :..:..:..:..:..:..:+:((..:(+x-.x "*:..


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