The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00876
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00876
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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'; ;We, Are Now Rationing Sugar. PEPPER Rationing Iss In Order' '


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: '-iZ iZrepper: Opposes ew Sugar Mill Herel


tr.:- Molasses Rationing To Public Urged To I Recommends Co-operative To'

Donate Their Books

-E Affect Feed Production Be Financed By FSA Near'

"Even though you yourself can't

drive a tank or help man an anti- Okeechobee City :
: o- ---rj--r.-i.-wwT.
. (: aircraft gun, ,you now have, the .. )
' i, May Also Eventually Commission Seeks chance to do something for the C -
men who do these jobs, said Mrs. English Cadets Give I
To Validate BondsThe Expresses Fear That
Stop Processing Of W. L. Lott, ,chairman }of the Victory

,' : Book Campaign in Hendry county, Aid After Harlem FireA 'U.S.S.C. Will FormMonopoly
today. "You can enlist booksin
Lemongrass City Commission met on your
Wednesday and adopted a ,resolu- the services of your country".
tion ,which !authorizes the issuanceof "In training camps all over the ,fire which occured in Harlem
" :k A limitation of the use of molasses water and electric revenue, cer- country-at naval stations and on early Saturday ,morning completely
:{( .: because of a shortage created tificates as provided in the recent ships at'seain U.S.O. and Red destroyed' the two-room house ,be- U. S. Senator Claude 'Pepper in

., by defense requirements is expected municipal election. They will seek Cross. reading rooms, the defendersof longing to the Clewiston Realty Tallahassee Tuesday told ,the state
to be a severe blow to the pro- to validate and confirm' 4 per cent o'ur country want books for and Development Corporation and cabinet that he would oppose the

, ,duction of feed and fatteningof interest-bearing certificates in the recreation and for instruction., They occupied by Isobel Beckton, a colored construction of another sugarhouse

beef cattle and the production amount of $175,000 for the' pur- want good novels, mystery, westerns, maid at the Clewiston Inn witha in Clewiston by the United
\. of lemongrass oil by the United chase and extension of the local history, biography;, ,textbookinfact } complete loss of all her posses- ',States Sugar Corporation becauseit
States Sugar Corporation unless water and power utilities. books of all kinds. Don't sions, including all of her clothing would create an "unwholesome

some alteration is made in the The hearing will be held before give a dusty old ,book from the except that she was wearingat monopoly" under the federal sugar
l- present order. Judge Geo. W. Whitehurst in Fort attic-take a book you have liked the time. quotas.

The new OPM order limits the Myers on February 23 at which yourself, the kind'' :you might loanto An English flying cadet, Des- Instead, he said that he is endors-
., use of molasses to fifty. per cent of time those who may wish to appear a friend and leave it at the mond Leslie, said to be a nephew
ing a co-operative sugar plant, to
the average monthly need as de- in protest or show cause why Public Library or the Red Cross I of Prime Minister Winston Church- be financed and constructed'by
,:; termined for the year ending June such certificates should not be rooms. It wjll be collected and hill, was af the Inn when the fire federal agencies for handling the
:' 30, 1941. In other words the entire issued are required to appear. sent where it is most needed. I was reported and a short time later
sugar cane produced by indepen-
" ;' use of molasses by the sugar corporation left for 'Riddle Field., He was dent farmers on the Everglades ,
for feed mixing In the THE SENATOR'S SMOKE: SCREEN \ away for a couple of hours and mucklands. ':
twelve months prior to that time when he returned he presented a
'r -would be divided by twelve and (An Editorial:nJ ) purse containing seventy dollars to He also stated that the Farm .'
Security Administration, which recently ;:
the maid which the cadets had
one half, of the result would be
the monthly quota for use. As this In his efforts, this week' to cohdone his actions in regardto donated. acquired a tract of land of ,
some 80,000 acres around and
period was ahead of the expandeduse sugar production in the Everglades, Senator Pepper has Another fire occured on Tennessee
I north of had
'Okeechobee City ex-
Street in ,Harlem Tuesday night ,
use of molasses for feed mixing
and cattle fattening .it would create done little but make himself appear ridiculous in the eyes of about eight caused by the explosion pressed a favorable attitude toward ,::

: such a shortage that, the work those constituents who understand something of the historyof of a kerosene stove. The fire was such a mill and indicated that ':

-t ), would almost have" to be suspended. the matter but his idea is apparent -that he attempting under control, however, when the he, favored its construction there. :g

;, Whereas the corporation needs local fire department, arrived on These lands were purchased for
to send smoke will of his i
{ ,. 11,000 gallons each 'month for the up a screen which cover up some the scene.MUCH. the purpose of, providing farm ]
j. :. .- "' months of January, February and actions, and, most of all, his'lack of action in the past. homes for small 'farmers and tenant ::

March and 35,000 gallons for each We ,realize that. tile Senator knows little about the, sugar I 'farmers to get a, start ,, in beef -.f,

month thereafter, the present industry of ,his stats.but'We give ,him credit for knowing more INTEREST IS' cattle and small farming ito activities .:':
. but the lands are said be en- ;
}.::" restrictions, will permit them to than is 'indicated bhis'' announcement that he is .favoring' the ,.
tirely unsuited. to the;.. raising 'of -
I use only 5,000 gallons' during January ,
f "' .' : : ,adr,3,500; k-Ulorfi_,thereafter, building': of,-,a cooplSia&ve' : sugar Till on FaTmJ'Security" Administration SHOWN INDEFENSE'ACTIVITIES' sugar cane being almost entirely 3
.;' '-
I resulting in a waste: and loss., ,of l lands :near ,Okeechobee City, to be financed by the government fiat sandy pine woods! and prairie ,:

It' approximately 'ninety per ,cent. and operated ,by the tc: i1t-farmers, and small cattle HERE lands.be located Such such'a plant a distance would, from also '
The sugar corporation, so far. as
for whom this land ::''Tf\ the Senator realizes center
is known, is the only domestic producer men was acquired : the of muck-land productionthat \ J,
-: of lemongrass oil which is I quite well that those lands are not suitable for the growth of The interest-of local people in it would be difficult to trans' ..

75 to 80 per cent pure citral and sugar cane but from such a scheme would come another pork making preparations for air raids port.cane'. there for processing. :
bas wide-spread in this I The sugar quotas, the Senator "
a use coun- '
barrel project which might be of considerable use'to the'senator and other emergencies was apparentfrom '
told the cabinet members .
are ,
try. It was found by experimentation \ the splendid attendance at a ; '
early in the lemon grass de- later on. meeting of air raid wardens, co- based on the historical background .

". velopment that the spent grass, This announcement, coupled with the one also made this wardens, 'and other workers called of lands in production and Florida's

after removal of the oil made a week that he would fight against the United States Sugar Corporation by Carl Berner, Chief Air Raid quota is 24,000 acres of which the
splendid conditioning feed for U. S. Sugar Corporation has about j
Warden, on' Thursday night at the
being permitted to build another mill and thus createa
thousand He stated
I... cattle, both beef and dairy, when Community Center. There was almost 'twenty acres.
: mixed with molasses but without "monopoly", makes us wonder just what state, if any, Senator a hundred par cent attendanceand that the corporation has a federal, .ti

S molasses its value is' considerably Pepper is representing. And if, as his actions indicate, he is more than a hundred peoplein marketing quota and if allowed to
decreased. This discovery, and the expand would plant their own ,
; attendance at the meeting. .
attempting to deliberately sabotage the development of the industry -
their 'cane
immediate popularity of the feed. acreage, process own
(Continued on Page 4) in his state, it may be that he, is actually representing General plans were discussed and to the exclusion of the small grower. -
the is impatient to secure
'. interests which would like very much to see the production of group instruction in first aid With sugar quotas now sus-

,: Registration To Be sugar kept at a minimum in continental United States. and necessary incendiary' bomb control' which will pended have Pepper a better says chance that to the obtain state

Senator Pepper, a couple of years ago referred to Clarence will be started shortly. No first (Continued on Page 4)

i i- Conducted At Schools R. Bitting, president of the United States Sugar Corporation as aid instructor has as yet been
obtained but Jimmy as-
an "octopus" who, sought to create a monopoly on sugar pro- sisted by Jimmy Wilson and Con Hunting Season Ends '

.. \ Arrangements have been made duction but so far as we know he never referred to any of the stable I. S. Bell will have chargeof
by the Hendry County Selective SaturdayHendry "
In County -;
the 'classes in incendiary bomb
other in off-shore territories the title'
Service Board to ,carry on the producers our by same
control, these three, having attended -
registration of all men between the who operate larger plantations, several mills and yet market a FBI school of instruction in 4
ages of 20 and 45 at the school County will end its r,
their sugar on a. par with the domestic producers. Nor havewe Tampa last week. ''
houses of the county on the 14, hunting season tomorrow night,
15 and 16 of February between heard him refer to any other leading industry of the statein The heads of all units in the January 31, instead of continuinguntil

the hours of seven a., m. and ninep. such a way no matter how much it attempted to expand.He defense set-up in Clewiston met February 20 as in the past

m., it was announced this ''week 'stresses his interest in a cooperative but what is the at the home'of Mr. Berner last because of a special ''Legislative ;;AA
.. by the local office.Registration night for' the purpose of coordinating ; Act providing for the shortened
\ of, whites will take history of the Belle Glade cooperative formed at the outbreak I activities and elimination of season. Several other neighboring _*

place at the schools of Clewiston, of the war, was financed ,and :ready to; go when a quota couldbe I duplication of work. The different counties will also end their season ;

LaBelle and Felda while the color- obtained The Senator at that time ,refused to assist in departments are going ahead with on this date.Hunters .
their sub-organizations such as the report only moderate "
ed men register'at the colored
schools of Harlem, Bare' Beach and securing such a quota so long as Clarence R. Bitting was appointment' of auxiliary fire department success this year. The winter was'
Connected with the Here he is said to have members auxiliary policemen -
LaBelle. ( ,organization. again so warm that few ducks came in
The board expresses appreciationto shouted "monopoly" even though the constitution of the cooperative fire watchers and bomb squad from the north until after the
theI county school board, the (Continued on page 10) duck season closed the end'ot '
from furnishing
prevented any one grower more
members of which have been most, December. This also applied to
cooperative in planning the registration than ten per cent of the total sugar manufactured bv the plant. REV, 'RAYBURN TO PREACHAT doves which were few and far

\ and members of the school But aA few, of these men connected with the Belle Glade COMMUNITY CHURCH between during the season. A dew

'.. \ faculties have volunteered to assist venture were inclined to string along with the Senator in order of hunters have had nice luck with
with the registering of the men. Rev., Robert Rayburn, pastor quail but others have been able' ,to ,
I ; ,, A meeting will be held five days that they might possibly get to plant some cane. The a church in Delray Beach, has been report little s ccess. A few deer ?

J,, j prior to the registration to explain tive was reformed and Bitting was left out but so coopera-I I announced as' the preacher at the have been killed in the county anda

to the registrar what will be ex- have been able to learn they got no further with the Community Church on the coming few turkeys but it is generally
Sunday and on the following Sun- has not been
pected and the proper manner in I agreed the hunting
than did with the
they 'first effort.
which cards are to be filled out.V day Rev. John Montgomery I up to par for the season now clos-
Now comes the sugar rationing 'and the Senator knows that tant pastor'of the First Presbyterian ing. \ ,

0. ,' DAVIS IS CONTRACTOR he will be called upon to make some explanation of ,his actionin Church of Miami will be the t .,;".

FOR WATER TANK WORKW. not assisting with might and main to secure additional sugar guest minister. I SCHOOL PUPILS HERE | -" ',)
Both of these ministers are can- ON VISIT THURSDAY ';
mills in the Everglades two ado and he starts it by "rec- I ,
T. Davis of West Palm Beach years ; didates for the pastorate of the I _
..., began the first of this week the ommending that more people in Florida plant sugar cane for local church and everyone is urgedto I Thirty-five pupils of the Everglades ',;

\ cleaning, repairing and painting of the production of sugar" which might sound alright to .those, attend and, hear their. messages. I and Immokalee schools,' 1
the water tank. He under the supervision of E. W. Hall., ,Jj
city is
a Rev. E. B. Landis, who has been
/ people who do not know that it takes more than a year under
sometime :
private contractor for erection and the guest pastor for several weeks, Immokalee principal, spent i:
the most favorable conditions, to erect house and putit Thursday. They :
maintenance of water tanks and a sugar left with Mrs. Landis Thursdayfor in Clewiston :
was the one who erected the water in operation. A't' the present time it would run closer to two I another pastorate which he visited the sugar house and other :y

tank here originally. years. ,But it helps to build a heavier smoke screen behind has accepted. He did not disclose points, of interest and made a treat-cbm:1''::
Davis has also contracted to where this 'church is located. plete inspection of the water :.:
which he can hide until this matter is and he is for-I they
. "Mr. and paint the wash water forgotten Regular Sunday School services I ment plant through which 4
':' at the water plant. given by his constituents. I :will be held at 9:45. were shown by E. E. Gross. "


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you study a large scale map The wood rat, Ncotoma fuscipes,
of the United States, you will find of California, also known as the f

many places with queer names. ySwNVN'SA{Y{! w4 ss sn y.y.y !{lrnvSwT; .N YI,,' ++' sMMI' JOSEPH MC RD MM:NN1o!''': .. !!T:Aryf! ;fT f lY.t! YMYi:kM:047MNf: SM?fj+vl +,.y trade or pack rat, is notoroious for r
raiding and cabins and t
For instance, respectable villages camps
are called by such odd names as Installment Thirteen number four, .if'my memory serves was modishly attired in black. A "trading" a twig or pebble for -
Hard Cash, Boomerang, Bird-in- I I me. You didn't like it and I appreciated small hat of the same shade was some article, says Collier's. A I

Hand, and Dynamite. In other Jacqueline marveled at her own how you felt. But you did perched jauntily on her decidedly search through several of their I
parts of the United States, towns composure. She didn't at all like sign the agreement as it stood." blonde head. Rather noticeably nests recently disclosed such objects J

are named after various foods. the way Vince said that. It was "I gave the money back to you," made up, he decided. But attrac- as watches, keys, pencils, i ieyeglasses
Apricot, Grape, Fish Coffee, and impossible not to fear that he knew Jacqueline retorted. "Nearly all of tive.He mirrors bolts, etc. II- J

Cereal are a few. Then there is more than he admitted that he it, I mean. And you shall have the approached her slowly. t

Fry, What Cheer and Peculiar. knew everything. But she must hide balance just as soon as I can save "Miss Morris?" Words Are Signs ''l

England, too, has its queerly ''it until she knew for sure. it!" She turned with a start, her red 'lf

named places, such as Seldom "You are wrong, Vince," she said "Yes, and I took it backwithout, a lips parting in a friendly smile. "It's f
Seen, Never Seen, Billy Row, quietly. "Im not in love with Lar- word. I didn't remind you that you Mr. Cutter, isn't it?" We should have a great many -i
Brass Side, Black Boy, 'Early ry Cutter. For one thing, I haven't had sidestepped the contract. Nevertheless "Yes." He took a seat at her side fewer disputes in the world if i L

Nook,' Cow Tail, Kicking Cuddy, known him long enough. He's I consider you morally without waiting for an invitation. words were taken for what they ,;
Friar's Goose, Light-a-Pipe, Pov- nice." culpable." Larry frowned a trifle, as he remarked are, the signs of our ideas only, }\

erty'Hole and Out-of-Sight. "He's one in a thousand. Ten Jacqueline swallowed a sob and : "I'm sorry you didn't arrange and not for things themselves. i\

thousand!" Vince was enthusiastic."You blinked rapidly to keep back the to meet me,somewhere else, 'tMOROLINE t

don't need to know. him longto : tears. Never had she felt so thoroughly Miss Morris. Didn't they tell you .

3b TABLETS 104 AS ONE find that out." I humiliated, so about that?" HAIR :
100 TABLETS. 354 eUyWORLD'S "I don't feel that I know very : "Jack!" Larry's voice had "No. I thought this would be all TONIC ;

N much about him. Neither do you," I changed suddenly. There was a note right today." She glanced about
she added. "And I would have :of tenderness in it she never had carelessly. "I wonder if it wouldn'tbe NON-SXIDNON-SLIP BOTTLE -IDc* ,i

thought it in better taste if he had I heard. "We're not going to quarrel. better for you to call me Alma"Very

a LARGEST oL made any remarks on that subjectto dear. Look at,me." ii Abolishing a Rascal :

AT10 me." She kept her face turned obsti- well. And, since you are Make yourself an honest man, '!
A "Perhaps he will on 'your way nately from him. here, we may as well talk. Firstof and then you may be sure that <. .s
home tonight," Vince suggested. "If think I've ''broken my all, have you had any luck?" there is one rascal less in the ;
"Indeed he will not!" you "Not a bit I'm to Ihaven't world.-Carlyle. r
"I sorry say.
Inconstant Solid promise, he went on gently, :
Jacqueline straightened her small overlooked any bets so far."
Cryostase is a solid when hot anda IiPu'li
shoulders with a righteous air. But -
"Have to
had chance
cold and soluble you a go
liquid when she collapsed rather completely, color the
''vincetoxin is cloudy when hot and through things pretty thoroughly? Trigger on :
coming back into her cheeks at
"Rather. I the
I thought was on
when cold.CALLOU5E5.
clear the sight of Larry strolling toward scent the other. day. It was a wall :
her leisurely. safe. Looked promising." Lazy Bowels, with t
"Here comes Larry," she said ina "
careful.low, "guarded voice. "Please be "Sure. But nothing very hot." Ease for Stomach too ''I

"They told me out in Chicago that ,
To reliove painful callouses,burnIng Vince nodded understanding. It, .1
or tenderness on bottom of feet did not him however that you could deliver the goods if any- When constipation brings on acid indigestion I
and remove callouses-get these escape one could. That's why I've been stomach upset, bloating, dizzy ;I
thin, soothing, cushioning pads. Jacqueline had forgotten to say marking time, hoping you could spells, gas, coated tongue, sour taste and ':f
"Mr. Cutter.", bad breath, your stomach is probably I:;I
save me the trouble of getting busyon
wy/ S fl "Well, what do you think of all "crying the blues"because; your bowelsdon't ;\:.
my own. He leaned forward interestedly move. It calls for Laxative-Senna '
this? Larry inquired smilingly. He "But I would like to to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels, :
seated himself cross-legged on the know how you landed that job." combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect 'I,
In Charge grass near his wife's feet. ease to your stomach in taking.For years :
"It was enough. Jerry have :
easy many Doctors given pepsin prepa-
control of "It's she
"Had you complete", a very pretty place, you know who I mean he cameo rations in their prescriptions to makemedicinemoreagreeabletoatouchystom ,;
at the time? said.
the car t
t here first and sized the lay
"No; my wife was with me." "I think so. I'm looking forwardto up ach. So be sure your laxative contains l
of the land. Made all the neces-
coming here and spendingsome Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell'sLaxative
up sary contacts. He stumbled onto Senna combined with Syrup Pep ..
time help your father r the old gentleman's weakness and sin. See how wonderfully the Laxative ,t
keep out of mischief." Senna wakes up lazy nerves and musclesin
f/UmJ n1 VIt' "But I have to work she ven- I'm the newest one. your intestines to bring welcome relief 1
"You certainly had lucky' break from constipation. And the good old i
.so hard to convince them that they H tured smilingly. "And I think we Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so
when coma
landed that
must eat the proper foods for growth J should be starting back to the city you job as secre- fortable and easy on your stomach. Even j'
and health. VINOL, with its Vitamin before so very long before it tary, Larry told Miss Morris."I finicky children love the taste of this y
Bl end Iron will encourage their appe. 0 dark." : merely suggested that he need- pleasant family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's I
tite and BOOn show you a delightful J- gets
may Laxative Senna at your druggist 4
Your druggist has L "Whenever The days ed secretary, she explained. The
improvement. you say. are today. Try one laxative combined with
Dleasant-tastine VINOL. idea ,vas to him but .
long now. a new one SyrupPepsinforeasetoyourstomachtoo.Precious .
"They told me out in Chicago I
Well I'm good in line.
After some desultory conversa- that you could deliver the my
Salty Wit tion, Jacqueline again mentioned the goods-" I Larry laughed in. spite of him- I
Wit is the salt of conversation, desirability of starting for the city. self. Then', his face', grew grave. Liberty
God liberty only to those
not the food.-Hazlitt. Larry rose to his feet at once and suppose there is no great wrong in "I've beeihjafraid that you would'' grants I
Who love it and always readyto
said he would get the car ready. doing it again. I'm not sure whe draw a 'bJ 4k. I've been makingsome are
and defend
After bidding the group good-by, I will see you again or how .:plans::Jf..my own." ,guard .. -

and with a lingering kiss pressed on Larry was speaking in quick, hdrried "You don't care how you spend

MUSCULAR Vince's cheek, Jacqueline allowed sentences. / your-money, do you?"
Larry to assist her into the roadster.The "There's no way in which I rrwy-, '"Not this time." Larry's mouth -PURPOSE

sun was sending its long level tell you how utterly J've JQY '; !ryou tightened in a grim line. "I've wait- MEDICINE Hilt I S
RHEUMATIC PAINSoreness rays against the house as the car from that first day. I""es p en almost ed a long time for this chance. I i

and StiffnessYou rolled from the yard. unbearable J.Tobe..hear! you, expect to recoup before I'm through." I

need to rub on a powerfully soothing Larry was not inclined to be talk- to see you .r'. so many more times ''He lowered his voice a trifle. HEAD COLD
"COUNTER-TRBITAXT" like Mus- ative, for which Jacqueline was tharuycu've been aware. And all "I'm being followed here. Got a

terole to aches quickly and relieve pains.neuritis Better,thana rheumatic thankful. For the first time in their -the times my arms have ached to tip not long ago Checked up on
mustard acquaintance she hold you. No one could love you it."
plaster to help breakup was decidedly
painful local congestion! at ease with him. It was impossible: as I do! They" never have. They "Local cops?" Misery Fat1!

to forget what Vince had ,told her. never will. "Yes. That's why I wasn't so
Please .
Larry had raised a barrier between anxious to have you meet me here. If you are suffering with discomforts of
them. He broke one 0'1. their longest "No! You must understand that You can guess who started that.", a head cold,enjoy the grand relief that
silences to remark:" it's always going to be that way. comes when you use Vicks Va-tro-nol.
"I'd be dumb if I couldn't
"I think I'll be the No matter what happens, it will be figure 3-purpose Va-tro-nol is so effective
city "
that one. because it does three important things.
that You are the only woman l.
Reward of Search pretty shortly to come up here. way. "They haven't showed their.hand It (1) shrinks swollen membranes, (2)
Don't know for how long." who ever has come into my heart.It soothes irritation, (3) helps clear cold-
The dog that trots about finds a, yet and I'm going to beat them to
do I.
"So said." belongs to you. So .I'll clogged nasal passages. And so brings
bone.-Barrow. you wait forever if I have to. it. I'm leaving here tomorrow. I'll wonderful relief! And remember,
"But I didn't tell that I don'tcare
you see that it's well advertised. Aftera if used ,in time, Va-tro-nol helps to
to have anybody know where But there never will be anyone else." few weeks .., ." prevent many colds developing. Follow -
am. You know whom f mean, of Please believe that. Please directions in folder.
course. I suppose I may trust you Neither of them could have told "I get it. FREE-SEEDS WORTH $1.00 For '1
;tt COLDS not to betray me ." how it happened. "That's why I want you to stay on packages of Petunias, Zinnias, Marl-
"You can trust me better than I Jacqueline was in her husband'sarms the job., You may get a break. AndI golds,Sweet Peas,Candy-
Morning Glories
pressed close against him. may fall flat. If anything hap- _
q.uick.uie.! can trust you! It was out before and Balsam just
LIQUID Jacqueline knew it. She bit her lip. His cheek rested against her hair. pens, you know what to do. send name and .
TABLETS "Meaning exactly .?" She felt his heart beating "Sure. 'Beat it. And I wish I address to Vicks, VISESEducation "-

666 NOSE SALVE DROPS "That you are not very particular heard his broken whispers. could do it now." She reached out Dept.boro, N.C,CGreensVQ'TR'IL L.

COUCH DROP about keeping your word." "Jack my own little Jack and ground the 'stub of her ciga-

"Just what has friend Vince been I love you so." rette petulantly on the tray of a
saying?" She struggled to release herself, smoking stand. "If you knew what a Debt

SSSSSSSSSSSSSSWe "You might ask him yourself." pushing at him frantically with. her I've had to put up with out there. Education a debt due from

Larry drove in silence for a few small hands. I'm fed up on it! If it wasn't ." present to future generations.-

Can All Be moments. When they reached the "No, no ." she choked bro- She broke off suddenly.- "Be care- George Peabody. !

summit of a high hill, he stopped. I kenly. ful," she said in a low tone.
"Quite a view from here, Jack." "You do love me, .Jack justa Larry turned his head instinctively. -

EXPERTBUYERS "Please drive on." I, very little. Tell me you do!" >..

"In a minute. I think you and I "Oh, I No! Let me go' A young woman was passing closet GOOD

have something to say to each other, Please let me go!" the settee, walking slowly. STORES Dtuo ,
and we're not likely to be disturbed He released her at ,once. '''"Friend of yours?" inquired Miss I LAaQsonts

here. I can't talk and drive at the "I'm sorry if I have hurt or of- .Morris, noticing Larry's scowl as t

,same time. And I can't'quite escapea i fended you, dear. But you do love he stared after the intruder. .s..st.urM ,a J
O In bringing us buying Information,as feeling that you believe I've not me. I know it and so do you. You "She works here," he explained 5130 'k.6kia y: s60Ei1

to prices that are being asked for been keeping to our bargain." I I needn't be afraid. I won't forget shortly.
what we Intend to buy, and as to the) "Do you think you have?" again." "Hope I haven't mixed things for
quality we can expect,the advertising "Oh, ,yes. Quite. After all, there The ride to the city was made in you. I had to come in to the city on llfllgS % ,SSP RP iQ

columns of this newspaper perform a was nothing on our contract to keepme silence. When they reached the an errand, or I wouldn't have riskedit.
worth while service'whIch saves 'us from loving you. Or from say- Courtland street house, all Larry ." ?

many dollars a year. ing so. I do love you, Jack. And said was, "May I see you and tell "It doesn't make any difference,

0 It I Is a good habit to form,the habitof when your father got to telling me you good-by before I leave?" I think. I'm leaving tomorrow any- ""

consulting the advertisements every how wonderful you are, I had to "I I don't think so." Jacque- way. Tell me ." He changedthe
time we make a purchase, though we chime in. I know it even better line was fumbling blindly with the topic suddenly. "What is the BEACONS of
have already decided just what we than he does." car door. She had it open now. situation out there?"

want and where we are going to buyit. "I thought you would be fair," "Sorry. Good night, Jack." The "As to what?" SAFETY
.It gives us the most priceless feelingIn Jacqueline countered in a low voice."I car was moving as he reachedoutand "Family and that sort of thing."
the world the of
feeling being closed the door with ruthless but the wife. I feel
adequately prepared. have tried to be, Larry returned a "Nobody sor- oLike a beacon light on ,
steadily. "I did tell Rannie bang. ry for her. She's a motherly old the advertise- : I
0 When we go Into a store,prepared about our marriage. I had to "Larry., ." thing, rather delicate. Keeps to her height-the
beforehand with knowledge of what is I have explained that he's my at- But' Larry was gone.CHAPTER room most of the time." ments in newspapers direct
offered and at what price,we go as torney. I have told no one else." '. "Well, I hope it won't last much you to newer, better and ,
an expert buyer,filled with self-conft- "Not Vince?". XI longer. I guess that's about all. easier ways of providingthe : i
dence.Is a pleasant feeling to have,
"Of course not. I told him I'm back the elevator." I
the feeling of adequacy.Most of the going up on things needed or :
unhappiness In the world can be tracedto loved' you. Why not? I do." Larrimore Cutter left an elevatorat Larry rose as he spoke. "You know desired. It shines, this II I
a lack of this feeling.'Thus adver- "I can think of several reasons." the. mezzanine floor of the Ray- what to do, in case If I were beacon of I
tising shows another of Its manifold "I know." He'smiled. "Look here, near and stood for an instant looking you, I'd go down the other stairwayand newspaper it will be I}
facets-shows Itself as an aid toward little Jack. I'm not sure that you about him. out the side. Thanks a lot for advertising-and
making all our business relationshipsmore are the one to tell me that I have Almost at once, his eyes encoun- dropping in. Good-by and lots of to your advantage to follow I

secure and pleasent.SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. not lived up to the letter of our official tered a woman sitting by herself on luck." it whenever you

agreement." a small settee, one arm resting on "Same to you." -. make a purchase.
K "What do you mean by that?" the marble balcony rail, apparently He walked swiftly away. j ji.

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rLGE' EACH generation gathers to- .
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gether the imperishable
happy-go-lucky trio have
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children of the past and increases -
loops convenient hanging, they
them by new sons of are bound to be ever ready to help
r SCREEN k light, alike radiant with im protect hands from the heat.

j WNUS_ mortality.Bancroft.Truth .

Hating Hate: (Released By by VIRGINIA Western Newspaper VALE Union.) and, by consequence, They have such roguish eyes, especially
K liberty, will always be the chief Angel Puss and Sugah Pie,-you'll wishto
:: The President of the United States ROONEY'S mar- power of honest men.-Madame send a few sets visiting, so your friendscan
has announced a completed objec- MICKEY to Ava Gardner the De Stael. enjoy them too. The hot iron transfer
tive. It is: The United Nations. for the set is Z9381. 15 cents Send
Twenty-six nations have united to pretty girl from North Carolina Procrastination is the thief of time: your order ,to:

i win a war and to keep the peace that ,whose movie career has so far Year after year it steals, till all are

.; ... follows war. What the nations refused consisted of a few minor roles, And fled to,, the mercies 0a moment Box 166-W AUNT MARTHA Kansas City, Mo.
to learn from concentration depleted the ranks of Hollywood leaves
and Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
torture chambers of
camps one The vast concerns 0an. eternal
continent, they have learned on the eligibles-and that's a serious scene. -Young.No "A NGEL PUSS! Sugah Pie! desired. Pattern No.,1........

bitter battlefields of all. problem. There has never been possession is gratifying Where are you all? Com Name..1..1..1.
,, Dictators fight for diplo- enough bachelors there to go halp youh Por Ole wit
power; without a companion.-Seneca. Mammy Address............ ..
.. mats for prestige; and militaristsfor around. Now the draft, enlistmentin dese hot things." And since ,this ... .............

v victory. But the Common People the armed forces, and matrimonyhave

always fight for peace. Not an armistice made it harder' than ever fora

between nations, but peaceof pretty, unattached girl to find a }.

soul between men. presentable, unattached male es

..' That is why the present struggle cort.Franchot
j is a total world war, because the Tone, George Brent,
'.:i dictators' New Order is a campaign Rooney himself-all seemed bent on

.. : against world conscience. The panzer pursuing the single life, no matter SIIVE
:j '\ attacks to break a military line how many girls they were said to be A DIME
41 are less important than the propaganda engaged to. Then matrimony hit
l' efforts to tear the fabric of them all, like a hurricane. Pity the

:, law and order. The Common People ,, press, agents, who'll have to find 5-
1 today are fighting for their stake substitutes, when they want to get

.1 in. law and order. publicity for a film starlet by an-

: Men from all over the world areS nouncing her engagement. to a movie 2 OIACARTOI .
fighting side by side for their coun- celebrity!

tries. Because they want to live in v\\ .

dignity side by side for their God. The dearth of bachelors isn't go- .

'c And when final victory comes, itt ing to bother Martha O'Driscoll, a%'>':: '': )I''. Switch to Ral
t \ will be the job of the diplomats not Paramount' starlet; she herself removed that ghsthepopularPriced .
f cIgarettes
',j .;\. only to bring peace 'to nations-but one from circulation when you a valuable coupon on
peace to men. she announced her engagement to { coupons good in the USA every pack-
; '' for
For the Common People of the Walter Brewer, a non-professional, even more in luxury i U each in cash' or

world are awake. Their enemy is and the brother of Mrs. Hal RoachJr. Y: :v' Buy Raleighs' premiums well worth ownin .
out in the open. It is not a man. She appeared in "Reap the Wild rM j};5vgA4 by the c and
r > ten
>;' It is a creed. They know there is Wind" in one of the principal roles 'fyryrf, ? plus two extra 1I1 eac coupons,
< carton
nothing. hate-but HI TE! and recently finished work in "Pa- r r. tipped, or, four extra of Ralei ghs cork-
cific Blackout" in the feminine lead. :.. makes with Ralei g hs' P1a111. That
'Innocent Bystander: ----".-- > a total coup on. g of 9
Get &leigbs or IOU$!a carton!
: : Judge Joseph Guthrie, of Kansas Betty Field has had a lot of good Y' tday-fine quality tobacco
,, roles but they've been nondressyones dividend. plus this
City, tells the one about the show ,
that came ,to town and was pretty ; in "Shepherd of the Hills" she

bad. The audience almost to a man wore makeup on her body that madeit
look if she covered with rsi?'r, .i : l:r,: : ";:.L
groaned and grumbled most of the as were ; Flr} ,,
;:< G S yrrWS. ub : },, d ; 3r r !!y } ', },;;:, { yc ra
evening. dirt, in addition to having drab

Except, that is, one spectator, who clothing. Now, in "Mr. and Mrs.
just kept staring at the stage. His Cugat," in which she is co-starred !

neighbor who kept growling, "This is f<'m.t;:: } 'mi. > ,:<'!; ?:,!-.):"'.?O'r-: : I .,
awful," finally turned to him and

said: "You haven't had anything to
t" say-what do you think about it?" ;

5,5 "I am here on a free seat," was /ri },y:. r .yGa r

the dry:reply, "but if this thing gets t' : % ? s 'S: -..- ................ -- UNION MAO PLAIN OR CORK TIPS
any worse-I am going to buy a '
t j: ticket and raise hell." 'rsrir :: 'i

r' Unrr Raleigh I
f .' ..
Old razor blades are being collect

r' ed to supply steel for ,tanks. are good for
%- ;:- y Don't forget. No blade is too dull aY y.;
# 4': to cut Hitler's throat. '
cash or premiums

.. Jessie Royce Landis, star of
1 "Papa Is All," the Theatre Guild : ,' like these .
n .
r .
;', :" comedy about the PennsylvaniaDutch .. Remington Double-Header for Cigarette Case. English tan,
j non-irritating shaves. 116-v., or black pinseal grain leather.
had to spend a great deal of _,'- ............... AC. Do luxe leather case. Holds fifteen cigarettes.
$ time around Lancaster learning dialect -
.. .
: : '.rS xL:
: customs, etc. She passes along
this legend, typical of the people .

there. appreciate it even more,

she says the Dutch rarely keep mon- rn 1
1.11E 4.u.1 INI r
ey in banks. They usually hide it /
:.. around the 'house or in the barn. BETTY FIELD SAYlres BOMDS a 1 ,

Anyway, this concerns an elderly with Ray Milland, she has 15 F J, I If IfM
", pair who arrived at a real estate changes of clothing-Edith Head,

office before April ,"Settlement who designed,the garments, said she $122 Defense Savings Stamps '
Day" for the Dutch. They were had the highest budget wardrobe now be obtained through
buying a farm, the price of which that Paramount will provide for any Brown & Williamson. Send 133
was $17,000. Coffee Table with Inlaid top Raleigh for each dollar Walnut Serving Tray with colorful -
of its glamour stars this year, so coupons
of beautifully matched wal- inlay. 13W 19.Bever-
stamp. Defense Stamp Album x
forth stock-
Papa brought a huge for once Betty will have somethingto nut and mahogany.
shown above free on request. age-proof. Very practical.
with and
ing packed folding money wear on the screen!

patiently counted it. '--7f--: B &W coupons also packed with Kool Cigarettes. Write for the premium catalog.
"It only comes to $14,000, Mama,"
Claudette Colbert goes Betty Field
he said unhappily.: "What happened -
one better, though-she wears two
''J ? wedding gowns in "The Palm Beach
"I guess, Mama said blandly, "
Story, in which she marries Joel
"we must have brought the wrong
McCrea twice-once in 1937, once in
1942-and both costumes are tops.
How courteous is the Japanese! 1 1I
When the call to duty came, it
He always says, "Excuse mek
found Carole
Lombard ready and
obedient. She did not lose her life
He climbs into his
in that call, she gave it, as willingly I
.. And smiles and" says, "I beg ,your arid freely as any soldier upon the HERE'S WHAT YOU DO HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN I

pardon. battlefield. Her memory shall be "Mistress Mary's happy now. :
He bows and grins a friendly grin, cherished and revered down the It's simple.It's un.Just think upalast You have 133 chances to win. If I
And calls his hungry family iris' line to this jingle.Make sure Raleigh coupons showed her how, you send in more than ono entry, 1//
; by all who love that honor and
ages i t rhymes with the word'things.1' :your chances of winning will be II
He grins and bows a friendly bow": freedom for which the fun-loving Write ;your last lino of tho She can save for useful things that much better. Don't delay. I
; "So sorry, this MY garden now. beloved wife of Clark Gable made jingle on the reverse side of a' Start thinking right,now.
;' Ogden Nash, March, 1938. the supreme sacrifice, when an air- Raleigh package wrapper (or a - -. r _,
plane, carrying the film star, her facsimile thereof), sign it with First prize $100.00 cash I
All the Axis citizens are Aryans :your full name and address, and "
mother and 20 others, including 15 Second prize 50.00 cash
now. Hitler issued an order admit- fliers crashed mail it to Brown & Williamson originality and aptness of thelinoyouwrite. I
ting the Italians and the Japs to army near Las Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box 1799, Judges'decisions must be accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash
I Vegas, Nev., none surviving. Miss I Louisville, Kentucky, postmarked In case of ties, duplicato prizes will be I ;
membership. A British soldier in 5 prizes of 510.00. 50.00 cash f
Lombard was returning to Holly- not later than midnight, awarded. Winners will be notified by mail.
I Libya, a dress designer in private wood from Indianapolis, where she I February 7,1942. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00 cash I
'_, \,: \ life, was a little confused by all had gone to assist the U. S. treasury You may enter as many last Brown& Williamson Tobacco Corp., their
I this. The other day his sergeant in the sale of defense bonds. lines as you wish,i if they are all advertising agents or their families). All 100 prizes of a carton I
sent him on patrol duty. written on separatcRalcighpack- entries and ideas therein become the prop- of Raleighs 150.00 I
.I "The captain," he instructed, I age wrappers (or facsimiles). arty of Brown & Williamson Tobacco -
Paulette Goddard takes to the Prizes will be awarded on the Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00 I
"wants to catch him
an Aryan
you "
Woods in "The Forest

prisoner."Veriwell," said the private. playing contends a with girl of a the city-bred backwoods rival who for Next time get the pack with the coupon on the back... 1

"Bleached olive or snuff-colored?"
the affections of Fred MacMurray.

While negotiations were going on Seems appropriate'asJf it to would let her have, play been city more gal! I .
between Japan and the U. S.-dur-
'c ing the Kurusu-fiction-Kurusu pre- RALEiGH CIGARETTES
sented this plan: Why could not the They tell us there's a new word

'" ,I Pacific two nations? peacefully divide the for been"oomph tirelessly," which hunting.Hollywood Help came, had

/ ,_ Secretary Hull smiled agreeably. from the army. A buck private TUNE IN RED SKELTON AND OZZIE NELSON EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT, NDC RED NETWORK I
Encouraged, the Japanazi continued. was visiting the Paramount studio,
"Which part would you want-the and saw Jean Phillips, blonde ex- -----------------------------'

north south" standin, who'd just finished a co-
Mr. Hull is supposed to have re- starring role in "Dr. Broadway." The Merchants Who Advertise Are Not

/ ;, plied: "As long as we are dividing He looked at her once, twice, and
i \ the Pacific we'll take the turned to the bystanders. "Wow!"
top; and
said Afraid of Their Merchandise
; \ you take the bottom." I he. "She's got woodle! or

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the pretty clerk from whom he growers and has aided in many club activities. I Landlngham, H. C. VanLandingham -- ,
The Clewiston NewsPublished made his'purchase. She acceptedhis ways In the cultivation and harvest- Architectural work on the clubhouse H. D. Beck, Busby Grainger. 10
invitation 'to have dinner with ing of crops by these independents.Two was done by John Hall, who and Luther Jones. Don Young is:

him that night; they made a date years ago a Belle Glade 'cooperative is connected with construction of assisting in general membership'
every CLEWISTON1eNEWS. formed through the at activities, while John Thomas is:
Florida, by the' for the next night, and then-the was the new government hospital
Inc. army being what it is--he returned efforts of the corporation and plans Belle Glade. Designed' along modern in charge of membership work in
to Tampa. But letters, telegrams were made for financing the enter- lines, it will provide ample shower the Pahokee area. Attorney H. D.
KEAT1II.EY BOWDEX, Editor and phone calls followedfor prise with private capital. However, and locker-room facilities for both Beck is handling all legal matters -
he could not forget the Clew- no quota could be obtained and men and women; a large dining for the club. Temporary officersare .

mail matter iston girl. He, finally persuadedher Senator Pepper, at ,West Palm and ballroom; a pro shop large Lou Betzner, president, Billy
Entered February as 1, 1327 second at class the Pest Office in to come to Tampa for a day. Beach, is'said to have told officersof enough to accommodate all modern Weeks, secretary, and E.. M. Van-
Clewiston, Florida ',under the Act or wedding' in the the cooperative' that he would professional activities; large Landingham, treasurer.! Following
There was a 4
:March 3, 1897.Subscription Field chapel that night, for Paul help them secure a quota if screened-in patios; and living the close of charter memberships,

and Lois decided that with their "Clarence R. Bitting and the quarters for the club manager. a general meeting of the entire

Kale $2.00 Per Year country at war time was too precious United; States Sugar Corporationwere Well-'planned lawns, shrubbery ar-.I membership will be held, at which 4
Application. not allowed part. in tile and facilitiesare time permanent club officials will
Advertising Rates On a thing to waste. They haveno : any rangement, parking I ,
organization." included in the plans. be .elected.
plans now except to wait for I
wel- The new Country Club of the:
Devoted' the advancement and peace. The golf course as designed by
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. Lois' gift from Paul is the little Country Club Of Don Young will be of approximately Everglades will be as modern a$
tomorrow and will
serve as a.
silver cross that she wears as a standard length, and has been
necklace, but she treasures it not 'Everglades FormedAt 'I' laid out not only for beauty but centrally-located private sports and:
MEAXDER ,c social mecca for the entire 'Glades:
PRESS ASSOCIATIO.V\\\ only because it was )his gift, but to accommodate both the good as
section. It will provide wholesome
_I'.\nOVA EDITORIAL CIATlON because of Its history. Paul, who Belle GladeOne well as the average golfer. At relaxation for leading 'Glades .o.
IQ-H was reared in the Episcopal faith, least two tennis courts will be, built,
families and deserves'the most
has worn the cross constantly since one lawn-bowling court, a croquet
he was a small boy. It has become of this section's most serious grounds, and a large practice putt- serious consideration of everY' ...
COME ON, SENATOR! not only a symbol of his faith, buta social problems was solved last ing clock. straight-thinking citizen.

sort of personal charm to him. Wednesday night when a group of The Country Club of the .Everglades -.
It would be hard to find any- When he made his' first forced para- public-spirited Everglades citizens: has been formed as a non- Tn1'nnnUT T.. .I......act.......'" fl-.,.....3 .
one in the country who foresawour chute jump from the bomber that met for the third time at, the profit corporation and will be amply
involvement in war more keen- momentous :Monday night, the I Belle Glade City Hall and officially financed by membership dues plusa To Buy Use Stamps "

ly and did more to hasten it than fastening of the cross was broken, founded the. new Country Club of 4 per cent bond issue. Bond sales

Sen. Claude Pepper. During the but. he caught it and brought it the Everglades. Long discussedas will be confined to club membersand
the international view- Auto "Use Stamps" costing $2.09
period to earth in his hand. a real necessity in keeping step a few outside private sources.
point had to be "sold", almost by which every car in use must have-
with the rapid growth of the entire 100 charter memberships will be
stealth, to the public, Senator "My life ,is too full", someone Everglades the new organization available without initiation fee, prominently displayed on February
the great bellwether.As 1, have not 'been selling too rapidly' -
Pepper was said the other day "for me to
was made an immediate realityby following which the, club will maintain -
a passionate believer in the listen to gossip and petty bicker- the approval of construction a waiting list. 'Waitinglistmemberships and a run is expected at the '

necessity: of fighting this war, one ings. "I do not have time to worry plans for the entire project and I will become availableas post-office today and tomorrow to

would certainly expect Mr. Pepper', with, things like that, there's always obtaining of.the. club's charter. the Board of Directors may act get these stamps.

to be a passionate believer in the something more important for Actual, construction work will be- on them, at the regular member Although the government has-

necessity of fighting it successfully. me to think about or to do". gin about April 1st., with com- ship dues plus a $50.00 initiationfee. made no announcement of penalties' to .-

What a wonderful thing it would pletion scheduled, for early Fall. Charter memberships become to those who do not have the-
But is he?, So far he has not be for Clewiston if we all would available February 1st and will beheld stamps by February 1, there is
The new club, which will be a
withdrawn his support of the Flori- I fill our lives so full of worthwhile will open ,until the quota of 100 little doubt in the minds of anyone-
private one, of 100 members,
da canal, a useless project whicn, things that 'we could not indulge in be located two miles from Belle I is reached. 'Since approximatelyhalf that. ,such a penalty will be im-

if carried out now, would divert gossip or petty bickerings back and Glade on the Chosen Road just of these have already been applied posed. ,
from the war .effort millions of 'o'rth. This habit of letting personal for, those desiring chapter '
I east of the dike. -A 50-acre tract I The $2.09 stamp will permit the ,
dollars tons of valuable materials, jealousies and dislikes creep affiliations, are advised to contact
of marl 'at this point will provide
thousands of man-hours of into life is reaching operation of the car until July 1
and our community 1 an easily-accessible' and beautiful any .of the temporary club ,officialsat
labor. a dangerous stage, since it an early date. at which time a five dollar stamp
setting for a nine hole golf course,
Again, Senator Pepper has just influences the work of our most a spacious clubhouse of ample pro- Among those prominent .in organ must be purchased fore the, next

warned the country of an impending worthwhile institutions and organi- portions to accomodate both' 'large ization activities are: Lou Betzner, fiscal year beginning on that date-

sugar shortage, and 'he has zations.If and 'small social functions, a golf II j John Thomas, A. E. Kirchman, Sam
urged sugar producers in Floridato our school, our churches, our I O. G. Me- ,
I I practice field, two tennis courts, Fleming, Billy Weeks,
I get into expanded production civic clubs and our welfare organizations I lawn bowling., croquet, and other i Whorter, Arthur Wells, E. M. Van-I lIS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAIDf
to take care of the deficit-but he are accomplish anything
announces he will oppose' with all I for the community, we must each

his tion strength on the part any, of expanded the only produc-Florida I realize thing, and that they that are the. the person important who I 1JJJ N llI1ll11lll11lllillllllllIlllmllllmll[ llllllmllllml111111I111111II11I1I1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlmlilll N [ IN lllllllllllllillilllllilimmlillmmmmmmlllllililimli1IIIIill I IN N NN lIImIIIIIIIIllmlmlllllllllllllllll] !! ] IlImlllllmmlllllllm1111llIImllllmllmmllllmllmmlII! I II! IN N !'llimllmlmml>fl !lllllIllImllllll[ i r.Ili im i, mmli

producer who is'equipped to do any- happens to be president, or chair-

thing worthwhile along this line, man, or chief worker makes no ,
real difference. If we are a mem- iuf'r(32 :. :'J>
the United States Sugar Corporation i %'.La;y -
In other ,words, sugar 'must ber of a group, our loyalty' is to -_ '''L.'L;,h',%i,:">+fk'M _-
::f':. }
be grown to'win the war, ', but the group and not to the leaderof '}%;L f; .!.'>jyfh. :;:; wY',
under 'no circumstances 'must it be it., And if we are the leader, -_ .4 f:;;:.;.; -
grown by Company A, which, 'rightly -. our loyalty is still to the group, .a>q. .0xnt criticism of \ y a.; ; 9X,..af"<,.1;.;. . or wrongly, by peacetime stan- and petty any personor d 5 ; }: ::1 / :f % qor:4

dards, happens to be persona non persons within or outside the _
grata with Senator Pepper. group should not influence our ---

Well, this is not peacetime. It constant aid to, do the work of the _

is wartime. Wars must be won by organization to our very best

using, the facilities of individualsand ability.

companies we don't like as This is true everywhere, all -
well as individuals and companieswe the time particularly is it true .--

,do like.. And wars must be won during war, when our country has M"v
-- -
by putting steel and concrete and additional : demands .to make on ---=- vr' ----=

,muscle out on the firing 'line and our time and our energies. These ==-=, -,, e'' "' 6 $ OF ==-=

not into some internal political things cannot be neglected, and -=-== ,. ,, 1' 4 ==--=

boondoggle., in order to do them cheerfully, and ,- -=-----

Right now soldiers are giving up harmoniously and still have time --------

their lives, and automobile sales-, left for the pleasantries of every -- u

men are giving up their jobs, and day living, we must rise above' the -=-----
everybody is giving up a portion : pettiness of personal dislikes. Lii I
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of his income to whip Japan and The friend who said "My life I =-=-=- ",

Hitler. It would be a good time fs too full" set' me to thinking.We : =--- ''

for Senator Pepper to give up his hope our repeating her words I y / "+ w'd' .---------

politics. How about it, Senator?- will set you to thinking, too. ------ ---------
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allowed the lemongrass industry to ---- --- l--
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By B. B. cattle were purchased by' the corporation Want home like this? ,-
and the fattening these to own a _-
=:N..:N N:..M N:N:N t N i N r N i N:N t N i N N:N i N i KN!**!**! *.: cattle and the production of "molas- ==== _

ses-fed" beef has become a major ,I No we're not giving away pictures to be framed or presenting a c .

Personal note to Russell, Kay, side industry.The i I! -- house and lot to the person who guesses, the number: 'of beans in a
who says, he never catches bass Department of Agriculture -
any but we offering free information to who would like =
In Lake Okeechobee. Bob Munroeof encouraged the expansion of the jar, are' any one ..

the Miami Daily News has you lemon grass plantings and the teed to own a home of his own. '

all figured out. Say he: "You'd production but the increased plantings ;
Its no'secret that 'you can build a home and pay for it with themoney.
have to be specially endowed with are just now beginning to of'
now use for rent. You can borrow enough to build' a =
ill luck or unbelievably clumsy not come into production with ''the you -
to take your share of the big fields capable of producing enough :" '""" home to fit your needs and fondest hopes and repay in easy monthly :

bronze-backs available out of John- grass for three to four cuttings a installments. '
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son's fishing camp". That was' in year for five to seven years.' The -- --
his "Fishing Guide" column in rationing of molasses will probably Come in and see us. now while we still 'have a complete stock of =-_,_:

the Daily News and was, written result finally in a complete --- materials, including plumbing,, wiring, fixtures" and hardware and while =--: '\
from Clewiston stoppage of, lemongrass oil = ='
January 27th, pro- :: prices are still low. --
Jlussell, just four days after "We" duction. "
and Lucile Downs tried to convinceyou The curtailment will also prevent We have PLANS FINANCING INFORMATION IDEAS t

that fish ARE biting in Oke- the sale of any molasses to cattle =-,= .. SUGGESTIONS. In the erection of a new building or the remodeling ;

chobee, and that EVEN, you could men who are just now becoming -- of an old ''one we are ably staffed and equipped to*, o the whole =-=,
I 'catch them. After reading Bob mindful ,of Importance in the $ -;
from start to finish. =
Munroe, we dare you to chalk up fattening of native beef cattle. I 'I. .
another failure. Come on down. Our complete financing and building facilities, enable us to make

4 It's fool proof fishing now. Pepper OpposesContinued 11 worthwhile savings"'which are automatically passed on to our customers. ,:I

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noses, Romance began to bud, ( from page 1)
'I and, fretful at the delay, burst. at a larger quota if the increase in

once into full bloom. ;On Monday acreage at this time represents the F41 Bishop-Wilson lumber Co0 .F4 F4I .

January 5th an army bomber from independent producers.The .
i MacDill Field, Tampa, crashed in I II Senator has consistently opposed .

I i our vicinity and among the crew, any effort at expansion by
all of whom parachuted to safety, the United States Sugar Corporation ''LOOK FOR THE ARROW SIGNS CORNER OF ,'
was Lieutenant Paul Williams, co and has frequently hurled =

pilot. He and his clothing suffered they charge of :"monopoly" at that =- SAN ,BENITO STREET AND STATE HIGHWAYf' '
scratches in the fall and he went organization despite the fact that ===
into Parkinson's to purchase some the 'corporation has for several

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Mrs. Dave Alston spent Sundayand MRS. BERNER ENTERTAINS tian, a member of' the Pentecostal I 'stuff was flying when we 'were out.

, Monday in Miami.. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. Holiness Church of South Clewis i having a look.

ton. Funeral services were con-' "We have been informed, that. '1

j l Personals j Felix Slonaker of Fort Benning, Carl Berner was hostess to ducted at this church Tuesday by I we are all to build bomb shelters.
her bridge club Wednesday eveningat the Rev. James Cain, pastor. Burial Several of our neighbors and we- :
Ga. and Paul Slonaker of Key West "
her home, and invited four ,extra was in Palm Beach, West Palm are going to build one across the '
Naval Air Station, spent a few daysat
players to form, another table. Beach cemetery. Serving as pall street under the trees. We're going ':+
their home here this week. They
Mrs. C. M. Pirkle and Mrs. G. were called home by the illnessof First prize was won by Mrs. M. bearers wer Cecil Pouncey, Thomas to make it as cozy as we can ,i

4; .. E. Wenzloff spent Monday shopping their father, S. P. Slonaker who E. Von Mach, second' by Mrs. P. Waldron, Jr., James Adams and "I won't tell you the damage J y

S ,F in West Palm Beach. ''- was ill in the Pahokee Hospital. M. McIntyre, and a guest remembrance Jimmy Holland.' The Berry Funeral that has been done, because ,you'llget i
Home in Pahokee in charge of
Marie Scharn-
was given that from the items from
Mr. Slonaker ,returned home Thurs- news 1 1I
; Island N. Y. funeral arrangements. ,
berg, of Staten ; Washington. But one thingthey'may -
Mrs. Marie Scharnberg of Staten day and his condition is much I J
Island, New York, is spending a improved. Guests' were Mrs. Marie Scharn- have caught us napping, but -
.l ;few weeks in Clewiston. berg, Mrs. J. M. Francis,' Mrs. R. Pranges Write OfHawaiian everyone DARES them to come ,
Mrs. H. A. Bestor now".
? Y. Patterson, ,
Among Clewiston residents at- '
E. C. Mills. Memberswere Attack \
' .; ", .... Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller, and tending the rugby game in Moore and Mrs. '
Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, Mrs P.
; j' Gene Fuller have moved into their Haven Wednesday night were Mr. .
. new home on Arcade Avenue. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs)' M. McIntyre, Mrs. Charles' Min:r, JOHNNY
'2 Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. G. After a 43-day journey from ,. BURSONz
E. L. Stewart, R. L. Coker, Jr., -'
, ',' Hawaii letter from Mr. and Mrs.
Small, Mrs. Ruth Owens and Mrs. a
I William Toulis, of Fayetteville; Miss Marcia Avant, Wilbur Goff, Expert Shoemaker :
Warren Prange has reached Mr. ;1
' W. E. Dilley. .
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden, ,
N. C. has arrived for an extended
1\, and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt here. Mr. I : ;
.. Sammy Young, Jimmy Johnson, 'next door to Nowling's Service
I!''I visit with his brother, A. Toulis, CARD OF THANKS Prange is 'a brother of Mrs. Pre- jI
Kay Bowden, Bobby Berner and Station) ,'.
:: I i:'" and ,-family. --,1 witt, and with his wife and two I
: '" Bub Mills. Good Work-Prompt ServiceJohnson's :
We wish to thank our mgghbors boys, resides at Pearl Harbor,
:?i Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and friends for their many acts 'of where he is employed as engineeron --
and sons, Eddie and Frank, spent kindness during 'the illness of our naval defense work for a civil-
i the week-end with Mr.; Conkling's WITH FAREWELL PARTY sister and mother, and for' the ian contracting firm.

parents in Zephyr :Hills. I beautiful flowers. May the Lord They write: "The Japanese Fish Camp

: I Mrs. Gideon H. 'Brown entertained bless one and all. really surprised us-no' foolin'. We (Near Hurricane Gate) I ':

Mrs. Leon Spooner and Mrs. with a' supper party ,Wednesday Melvin Ballah, Mrs. Cleo Pratt, were all in bed reading the Sun- Clewiston, Flo. :

Rupert Mock of Pahokee visited evening, complimenting Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Beneda Ruth Knowles, day paper when we heard the Boats and Motors-Guide Service ,

Mrs. Jimmy Wilson and Mrs. Hub ward B. Landis, who left Thursday .' Mrs. Eva Lydia McDonald, Mrs. roar of the planes, then the ma- Rates Reasonable .
after spending two months in Clew- chine gun-fire and finally the bombs. W. H. Johnson
i Spooner Thursday. Phoebe Bethea, Paul Emrich, Mgr. I II
,., iston. Mark Emrich.PARENTTEACHER. Everyone' thought it was a most

.: Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson After supper the guests played I realistic "sham": battle. We were

,,; and children, ,Bernice and Gene, bridge, Mrs. Carl Johnson winninga ASSOCIATIONMET all laughing and watching the
spent the week-end in ,Fort. Myers 'I collar and cuff set as first prize TUESDAY AFTERNOONThe fire-works. Why we weren't all CLEWISTONTINNING

visiting Mr. Thompson's sister, Mrs. and Mrs. W. L. Lott a packageof killed, I don't know because we I & PLUMBING SHOP I' ''r

Norman Thaggard, and family. individual'powder' puffs as Parent/Teacher Associationmet were out in the open with no pro- : '
second prize. Mrs. Landis was Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. tection at all. It 'wasn't until 20 Anything, in Plumbing Fixtures: I .
,; given, a potted plant as guest: Carl Berner, president, in charge. minutes later, when we rode downto
Efficient Service
:: &>, Mr. and Mrs.; C. R. Martin of Prompt, I
; rememberance.Mrs. the dock and the planes "
" } The Association yo'ted to give ten saw "
) arrived' visit "
-r Buffalo Wednesday to
1 their daughter, Mrs. A. R., Brink; Brown's guests were, Mrs. dollars toward the purchase of attacking, our ships reap t did we realize PETER CHRISTENSEN. Mgr. :J.j a ai

4 .. and Mr. Brink for a short winter .Landis, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. playground equipment for the that it was the 'McCoy'. We i
,' ".. ,vacation. H. R. Hall, 'Mrs. Carl Johnson, school and to give twenty-five rode home, loaded up the car witha

\ Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Mrs, W. L. dollars for the Home Economics little ,food and clothing and "
Lott and Miss Evelyn Burhans. department's needed equipment. took off for the hills. A large Jap
'. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Smith and Ehney & Foster :
motored flew low ,
plane ((4 ) over I
committee of Mrs.
/ A composed
r/ Morders spentthe
Mr. and Ray
I' week-end in Miami and' attended GROUP ENJOYS STEAK ROASTON E. M. Cornett,' Mrs. ,G. E. Wenzloff, 1 I our car. PAINT CONTRACTORS

1 the 'Embry-Riddle dance RIDGE SATURDAY, EVEA I Mrs.,, Richard Knight was appointedto "We, drove to the, hills and took Sprayer For Furniture Painting .
5 S II I visit the ''various school rooms refuge in a lovely home there. I Floor Sanding
Saturday night. steak roast given at the Boy I and speak, on the importance of Stayed until Saturday and then Phone 69 ,Free Estimates

Scout grounds on the ridge Satur- purchase of defense ,stamps and came back home. It really is sur-
Moye Bishop, Bob and Don '
arrived this week from day evening, was a surprise celebra- bonds!_ '. prising how calm everyone was.

.' the Beardsley University of Florida to spenda tion for R. L. Coker Jr's., birthday rThe next meeting ,of the Association The Japanese people here, I be- '

4 few days between semesters at Included in the group attendingwere will be the Founder's Day lieve, were more frightened than J. M. COUSE

their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Swayne,.,. program, and will be held the nightof we.
., Mr. and Mrs. George Crow, ,Mr. February 17th... A committee "Out in our yard we found lots Counselor and Attorney nt, Law

) : Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Reynolds I and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, Mr. and composed of' Mrs. Charlotte Wasl- of shrapnel and the girl next door Hopkins Building

are, parents of a baby'I boy, who Mrs. R. M. ,Hare, Jr., Misses June, ton, Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Mrs. W. W. had a machine-gun bullet go Wednesdays and Saturdays

arrived at the Clewiston Hospital Hooker, May Palmer, Lois Prince, Perry, Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. through her roof into a door. Little 0:80 to 4:00,

Wednesday, January 28th. He has Jessie Malpy, and Emmet Duger, Carl Johnson was appointed to ar- did we realize, how close that

: \ been named Jack Dewayne. Joel .McCren and Parker/ Wilson.Williams.ni'ght.. range the program at 'this meeting.A .
". movie film: "The Developmentof

: ,M1;, ';, Mrs. L. A. Woodward of, Buffalo, the West" was shown. This film
.;" ; .,New York is 'spending some time will remain 'at-*the, school and is '
We and Sell
",' ,in Clewiston visiting her'son, : available for use of i other organi- 1': Buy :
\ :
: Kenneth Woodward, and Mrs. Miss Lois Knight daughter cf. zations in town. i "x '\
:, \ U. S. SUGAR ; \
1 : Woodward in the Etherton Apart- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Knight, of : '. '
:; {'. ,, ments. Clewiston, was married' Saturday, BAPTIST CIRCLES MET',TUESDAY '-
January, 24th to Lieutenant Paul r. _' \ Common and Preferred 'Stock '

Williams, of Norman, Oklahoma.The 'Tn'o, Mary Brittian Circle ,of 'the i .. '' ''
Dick Patterson arrived Wednesday ORDERS MAY BE PHONED COLLECT .' 1
'; from Gainesville, where 'he is ceremony was' performed in Womans Missionary Society of the

a student at the University of Florida the Wing Chapel at MacDill Field, First Baptist Church met, Tuesday Ernest S. Stevens ;

.' .a' S : to spend a few' days here'' with Tampa, by army chaplain, Lieutenant afternoon at the home' of Mrs.I. '
E. Lowe. The S. Bell. After the business ses- Stock and Bond Broker
', his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. I Murray couple,
; Patterson. was attended by Lieutenant AlfredH. sion, an interesting program on PHONE 4 1st National Bank Building FORT MYERS
I \ \ Oberg, Jr. and- Miss Hilda Diaz, China was given.

." Dr. and Mrs.., Edward Bryant of :Tampa. Delicious refreshments were serv- .
Landis left Thursday for Delray I I Lieutenant" Williams is attached ed by Mrs. Bell to the following

Beach after spending two months,I to the ferry' command, U. S. Army H.ladies A.: Land:Mrs. ,Herman Mrs. W.Davis C. ,Rainy' ,1\Irs., .,._"'.' -= -- ,','- '- ; -..'. : '- = ,-- : : '.,.. :: -." ,::. :'-- =- -, '. ...'.
t, ( in Clewiston, during 'which time Air Corps, and is engaged in ferry-
+;s: Dr. Landis has served as minister ing bombers from one location to Mrs. A. H.. Vann, Mrs. Claudia

of. the Community Church. another. He 'is stationed at present Hager, Mrs. Hopkins and Mrs. W..
at MacDill Field.. F. NaIL NOTICE !
,; -: ,, Dr. and Mrs. W., D. Wylie moved I Mrs. Williams t rned to 'Clew '
lIary'Ell Dozier Circleof
:F :. this week from the Clewiston Inn iston to remain with her parents :The

j '.. to the house, which they recently: I until the 'war is over and she is the Baptist Womans Missionary
Society held their meeting Tues-
": purchased from Bishop-Wilson able to, join her husband. .
day afternoon at the home, of Mrs.
Lumber Company. The residence I will be at the places named'and dated
E. P. Beery. "The Witness
adjoins the Foy Durrence home on BOB SMITH HAS THEATRE
J Pacific Avenue. PARTY FOR BIRTHDAY self" was ,the circle program topic below for the purpose of receiving, Real
J I with Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. Vernon
11.. : Mr. and ,Mrs. Maldon S. Wright, I I I '- Bryant, Mrs: O. A. Clark and Mrs' Estate, Personal and Intangible PropertyTax

:', ,,{.,;S \ and children, Stanley and Iris Anne, I I tenth Bobby birthday Smith who Monday celebrated, entertained his- Beery taking parts. Mrs. R. dIe J. returns for the year 1942. Please

: of South Bay moved this week into I Blount, chairman, conducted
the new house which they recently Saturday evening guests with a theatre business meeting 'and received reports meet me with a correct description of all !i
party. The, gathered at
.' purchased from Bishop-Wilson of the committees. Attend- owned The
( the home of his parents, Mr. and property you, or as agent.
Himrod Mrs.
', Lumber Mr. Wright is ing were Mrs. Jack
., ; Mrs. R. N. Smith, where Mrs. Smith' 'law that make each
requires return
R. J. Blount, a
.. ,< manager of the Clewiston Appliance W. C. Allen, Mrs. you
\ served, birthday cake and ice cream. Mrs. J. R. Roberson, Mrs.' H. C. I
; Store. all for HOMESTEAD
.t The group later went to the movies, Meador, Mrs. Harry Phillips and year on property, apply I
to "You're In The Army Now". i
," Ed Clark is leaving Sunday night Mrs. E. E. Kelly. ,
'by train for Atlanta, where he will Attending were Harry Vaughn, Mrs. Beery served warm up-side- WAR VETERAN EXEMPTION
report for admittance in the Naval Bobby Berner, Kay Bowden, Eddie down gingerbread and coffee dur- ,

:. Air Corps. He applied for enlist- and Frank Conkling, Edward ing a social hour following the WIDOWS EXEMPTION or what ever

; ment recently in the Tampa office Bourne, Dick Schiffli, Ed Ashley, meeting. you are entitled to.. I have the forms and.
and has the Richard Knight, Howard Ashley, I
passed preliminary
physical examination there. He Albert Stevens, Jimmy Johnson, MRS. MELINDA FOSTER EMRICH will be glad to assist in filling them out.

will be another and Skippy Cothern and Howard Smith.
given more Please make your return and avoid
\ S stringent examination in Atlanta. Mrs. Melinda Foster Emrich, 61,
STORK SHOWER GIVEN died Monday at her home in South penalty.FT. .

Mrs. Horace A. 'Bestor has re- FOR MRS. M. M. PREWITT Clewiston, after an illness of

\, turned from a month's visit with several days. Mrs., Emrich movedto ,DENAUD (Duval's Store. ) 9 a. m.
r relatives in St. Paul and other Mrs. M. M. Prewitt was the Clewiston from Stanberry, Mis- Feb. 2nd
cities in the North. She also honoree of a surprise stork shower souri, in 1932 with her husband,

visited her son, Lt. Richard J. and Coca-Cola party at her home Clarence Nickles Emrich, who pass- FELDA (Post Office) . 9 a. m.
Bestor; at Fort Leonard Wood, Mis Tuesday afternoon when many of 'ed away a year later.
souri. Mrs. Bestor's ,mother, Mrs. her friends gathered with baby Mrs. Emrich was born in Perry- Feb. 3rd

of St. Paul returned gifts, which they presented in a ville, Indiana, the daughter of
J. M. Francis, I CLEWISTON (City Hall) 10 a. m.
i with her and will spend the large baby shoe. The refreshmentsof Lydia Ballah and Foster Ballah.
remainder of the winter here. sandwiches,. cookies and Coca- She was married to Mr. Emrich at Feb. 5th
'' ,.: Cola were also brought by the the age of eighteen and becamethe
LaBELLE-Feb. 16th and thereafter
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley, Bowden guests. mother of nine children two
'r5; S and Mrs. Claude L. Downs attended Those attending were )\Irs. W. of whom preceded her in death.

the Press Breakfast, given by C. Prewitt, Mrs. Av R. Brink, Mrs. She is survived by two brothers,
i the Florida Citrus Commission in Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Jimmy Wil, Lewis V. Ballah of Oklahoma and Dennis Small

Winter Haven Friday night. The son, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Melvin Ballah of Clewiston; seven
Breakfast is an annual event given Foy Durrence, Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- sons and daughters: Mrs. ZelmaV.

r: in connection with the Florida ford, Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. W. Adams, Mrs. Cleo Pratt, Mrs. ASSESSOR OF TAXES,
Orange Festival and is attended by C. Owen, 1Irs.J.. E. Beardsley, Mfs. Beneda Ruth Knowles, Mrs. Eva
:/. publishers of the state, citrus officials A. L. Hackett, Mrs: :Florence 'Wald- Lydia Donald, Mrs Phebe Lavon Hendry County.l .

x '" the governor and cabinet ron, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. G, Bethea and Paul and Mark Emrich. -' .. '
,. members and their wives. B.. Thomas and Mrs. R. N. Smith. The decreased was a devout Chris- oi--'r -'- .- ];" : ._- ,, -. \

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7 I Wooden Ships for Men of Iron I UNIFORM. IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL 1 I

Away out of the focus of the spotlight men are doing a job which, SUNDAY LessonBy e1 ; i,1AJ'r//

u.fr though/ spectacular, is vital to the security of this nation. These.are
the little wooden ships that have the hazard. HAROLD Brbl LUND'QUIST. D. D. Flesh and Bones
the who building
are Of
R B EN men Moody Institute of Chicago. "Hare
? Do ride
that mannedby Released Western you a you a
ous job of keeping our waters clear of mines-trawlers are by Newspaper Union.) horse?"

men of iron. At the Snow shipyards in RocJcland, Me., things are "Yes, but I'll have you know it's no

Washington, D. C. humming. These pictures, made at the Snow yards, give you a good Lesson for February 1 hobby!"

NEW SELECTEESIt idea of the work that goes into a wooden ship.
needed no mind reading to ,, It seems as though the usual Or
fathom what was behind that war { ; K : d row. MMY: Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected unusual weather has been more
copyrighted by
department announcement of the Council of Religious Education; used by unusual than usual
purchase of 700,000,000 feet of lum- permission. --
ber and 240,000 kegs of nails-the
biggest order of' its kind in U. S. JESUS CALLS FOUR DISCIPLES Equalizing"My
new girl "friend's very

history.The materials are for the con- LESSON TEXT-Luke 5111. ,bright." She has brains enough for
GOLDEN TEXT-COme ye after me. andI two.
struction of numerous new army
will make you to become fishers ol men.' "Then she's just the girl for
cantonments and the enlargementof -Mark 117Followers. "
existing ones. you.
Army strength, down to 1,600,000 n .
of Christ .those who .
after the demobilization of 28 to 35
have not counted their 'goods nor
year olds last fall, is due for a big Beware Coughsfrom
increase-at least another 1,000,000 their persons their own, but have
willingly yielded all to Him. Obviously -
after the next draft lottery follow- common colds
who profess to follow
ing the February 16 registration
Him have only done so in'that measure -
between 21 and 44.
men That
which will not interfere with Hang
An estimated 24,000,000 will regis-
their own plans and interests. They '
ter next month, and on the basis of I Creomulsion relieves promptly because ,.
past experience only about 5 per need to study this lesson with care. it goes right to the seat of the I.. ""'

cent will be rated 1-A; that is, sub- ir'.n The call of Christ is ,one which trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
Heretoforethe demands and wholehearted
ject to immediate call. willing soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed .
army has inducted only men in obedience. bronchial mucous mem-

good physical condition, with no dependents .l fir ,, v 't y" 4.? A.wi' t B 7.y9G.'h 't l' I. Yielded Possessions, (vv. 1-3). branes.Tell your druggist to sell you
and not engaged in "es- a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
These had already"re- derstanding must like the it
sential" production. ?s"' ffk tn" disciples you way
sponded to .the ministry of Jesus quickly allays the cough or you are
However, as the need for military to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
1-A standardswill and had followed Him for a time
manpower develops,
be broadened and many thousands nt@A (s'ee John 1:35-4:54), but they did

of 1-B, 2-A, and 2-B defereesby not yet know the fullness of surrender for Coughs,Chest.Colds,Bronchiti9
pre-war standards will be called 1th: 4h. ,: .'ts', to Christ and had now gone
back to their old work of fishing.

up.For the present, the army still is ) May they not be typical of many in Horse RelationshipUnder \

placing primary emphasis on youth. Two shipwrights work on a keel here. In the background are two 1 our day who know the Lord and American horseracinglaws

The February 16 registration'is expected hulls in various stages of construction. 1 have for 'a time followed Him close- thoroughbreds having the
ly, but have again become en- same sires but different dams are
to list around 2,000,000 20-21 ... .. ......,
youngsters and the largest proportion __ ,,,."'.,.. ,<,=.,; ; ... :: ""... '- mi':?; grossed in their daily vocation, per- not half brothers or half' sisters.

of new inductees will come from haps, just making money? Only those having the same dams

this group. Registrants in the 36 I Jesus was now'ready to call them are considered to be related.

to 44 group will have to be in top out into a lifetime of service, and the
t3 condition to get in the ,army at this first thing He did was to ask the use

time. of their chief possession, their boat. DON'T LET
However, big scale inductions That was first yielded to Him.It .

from this age group can be expectedby was not'by chance that it was CONSTIPATIONSLOW

fall, particularly those with no LL1J1 Peter's boat which was just at.hand YOU UP
I (
dependents and with previous mili- ,4 )\ .
when the Master needed it.
service. When bowels are sluggish and you feel
tary a / v h S J things do not "just. happen." irritable, headachy and everything you
For the the will take
present army do is an effort, do as millions do-chew }-
its older-age recruits from the 28 tP : ; II. Yielded Service (vv. 4-7). FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewinggum
to 35 year olds who were exempted # : : atar -Having completed His teaching byword laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
MINT before to bed-sleep with-
you go
because of defense
or Jesus had
a special object out being disturbed-next morning gentle,
work. lesson for Peter and the others concerning' thorough relief, helping you feel swell
,the fruitlessness of service again, full of your normal pep. Try
REDTAPE BUSTER FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
apart from His guidance and con-
and economical.A family supply
Ordnance is the and
haughtiest trol, and 'the blessed results which
most hide-bound branch of the come. from pbedience to Him. FEEN.A.MINTcoio
army. So much so that it has been *
where he found
the object of much bitter private Taking to'

criticism by civilian defense chiefs. _.... ...... .. -. ..... ... ... _.n'n.m......'__ <.'.A....._'_'_ them, He showed the disciples thatHe'
was"the Master even of their Revenge of the Weak
But there is notable 4
one exceptionto Old'timer Howard Gordon, who Two workers "dubbing" on ,the secular vocation of fishing. He ''is Revenge is always the weak
this Ordnance rule. He is Wil-
liam Van Antwerp. Kemp, a tall, has been a ship's carpenter since outside of the hull for the exterior the One who knows more about your pleasure of a little and narrow

husky, dynamic engineer, who madea 1898. He is honing his ax to a razor I planking. They work to a.....Jfalk-_ business than you do, who can giveor mind.-Juvenal.JCOKDITMKEII .

big success in private businessand t>fJirf> here. line V'Knnnrtfrl.. l'l-- _nn u the ribs.. '.*"" withhold His blessing. All that
we have has come to us from His
volunteered his services when
the national emergency arose. Since hand, and it is all within His con= ,

then, as .an Ammunition division executive trol.This
he has been making. his- Almighty One was ready to \..
call these fishermen out into the f IS'BLACKMAN'S
tory, busting redtape in tradition-
bound Ordnance. greater business of fishing for men I"I A-flEi\ ; MEDICATED

There are many tales of Kemp's by revealing to them His mighty
unconventional exploits. The latestis power to bless and prosper the fish- -= SALT BRICKFor

one of the best. erman-who becomes a fisher of .

Asked by a .general to suggest a men. A TONIC' :'l Horses,

manager for a new government III. Yielded Lives (w. 8-11). *!,LIVESTOCK Mules, Cows

munition plant about to begin pro- The giving of their possessions, f ty and SheepNo
duction, Kemp recommended a crack 1111 I the yielding of their work into

expert who had been loaned to the His hands in obedience, led up to trouble to use, simply keepone .
British to build a plant in England. His call for the yielding of their in the feed box all the time.

"He ought to be finished with his lives. Stock will dose themselves.Use .

job over there by now," said Kemp."If 7 Often we speak of God's claims in the place of plain salt.

he is, get him," was the order. wi'p' upon the life of the Christian as Try It a week or so and be convinced.

From the British, Kemp learnedthe though it were the fiat of an auto- BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

expert had completed his work crat, one who demands his rights. Manufactured

and was available. So Kemp pickedup God might well do so, for He has BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
a phone' and called the state de full authority and power over all Chattanooga TennesseoMind's ..
partment."I of us, but He is a gracious God and" '
want to talk to the guy," he gently leads His children along to C L'': .rC':: :K: ::AIJ ;:;B;!RCff; :t KL,

said, "who gets guys back from Eng-:" the place where they make their ,, ';
land." own decision to leave all and follow Choice

There was a gasp, but the operator Him. God offers to every mind its
switched Kemp to someone who In preparation for that ministryour choice between truth and repose. I
asked him who he was and what Lord needed yielded lives,
he wanted. Old'timer Ray Rubshaiu is working inside the framework of a which He sought and found in these -Emerson.

"I'm Kemp of Army Ordnance," hull under construction. He is dubbing or smoothing out and liningup humble fishermen. They were "not

he said. "There's a guy in Englandwe the ribs for planking, using an adz. visionaries or dreamers, but were Relieves distress from MONTHLY-

want to run an ammunition plant .. .. .. ..... .. ......... ---.- ._-.... practical men with common sense.
for us. Get him back here right uv. f9w They had been disciplined in the FEMALEWEAKNESS

away, will you?" I school of common toil Though

Six days later the expert reportedto unlearned so far as formal theological -

Kemp and left for his new job.A training was concerned, these
few days later the general again men were teachable. Under the
summoned Kemp, asked what had tutelage of the Son of God Him- Lydia E. Pitl ham's Compound
been done about the expert. self they received matchless informal Tablets (with added iron) not only
help relieve headache
"It's all taken care of, general," training v. leading to a rec- backache but cramps also weak, cranky,
said Kemp. "He's been on the job ry $' ord of service which the world will nervous feelings-due to monthly
at the plant two days." ,, never forget. It is that sort of functional disturbances.
"How did teaching that counts. We, too Taken regularly-Lydia Pink-
you get him back hereso may ham's Tablets help build up resIst-
fast?" learn in the school of Christ, througha ance against distress of "difficult

"No trouble. I just called up the study of His Word, assisted by His days." They also help build up red .
state department, asked for the guy Spirit, and through the yielding of blood. Follow label directions.

who gets guys back here and he our lives to His control" (B. L.
arranged it." Olmstead).

"Kemp," said the general severe- Christ no longer walks this earthto \VNU-7 442BARGAINS i

ly, "do you know who that guy in seek and call out disciples as He
the state department was?" r did these men' but the blessed suc-
"No, sir." rr cession of those of whom it may

"He was the undersecretary of be said, "They forsook all and followed -
state." Him" (\. 11), continues to this
Note: Kemp has persistently refused -
to accept an army commis day.We repeat what we have said be- -that will save you many a '1.

sion. Finally, pressed by the gen. fore, that one of the thrilling things dollar will escape you if
eral for the he school you fail to read carefully and
reason, retorted: about teaching Sunday is that
"Some day I may want to come inhere .... somewhere, in some class this next regularly the advertising of
I iJIIIIIIIW!! z.=' ..:# :.v- ? j( Mi.L.w: ;:: v < """' local merchants >> .
and blow ,up.If I do, as an Sunday, God is going to touch the
officer you could court-martial me. Greasing the skids before launching a completed wooden ship. Pounds heart of some boy or. girl who will

But as a civilian, all you can do is and pounds of grease are smeared on the skid to make the'slide\ of the be a leader for Him for the next gen- IN THIS PAPER''
firo we I'm remaining a civilian. eration.
new craft easy and to counteract friction

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TU ticket tboold b. accepted In iou of cash by concern or pmon paint mew! !. lK. public,and it must b. presented before ordering meal, ilfntd bf"the fr run'rc tftn|nlee4if
Anon in cbrf />! oarty When properly lizricd by luiiinf Officer periOD receipting for meW, and coocera (or pimn) ornithlnf total, H should be nulled to the FINANCE OFFICER

: :: FOR FEBRUARY IN i (Station) .--OL'......._5?.._1C21......, .t..xe!?.tg.&._..... (Address)__F Q .Jf&fh ra SIIy..R CO 18..........pImanL 1&-2041. .

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I (Cool for meals only) V :4 SD 2. ;: : .
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0 uFrluU .Pb' ..m1A.C: : : "iot ,
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1\ The local tire rationing board .:I.._j orMlulnaltatbd (DtW, : : : ir '" .
1 Any concern (or person) serving meals to the public, on presentation of this request signed by the Issuing I:::: ::"] :N :p. : :;:: I
announced ;
s I. through chairman W. :cn :caw : 4itffi: |! h:
--' \. P. I Officer is authorized to fumishuttu.Q'-u 3_. ...........uandOna......... : : : :
.r''. that the February allotment a (Pmo : .ot ixnoiLlo ebariofjwKr) NuAUr) re=a ::.. -o.f!,: ': 'i.jy: 1sl;j s2. i:1 ii\

/ of tires for cars was cut to )=I enlisted men of the Army en route from -.---.-.Th--- --------o-------------------uuOrl11.m _........... : S1CJ 1 :'2 "..'a.: s. ;N.
i ts: I :- p :r III CJ'I .
six for the county and five tubes, .; to .BLnnLs! 343j>..Alfi)33 oal'II ___...,with .le__ meals at a cod of not to exceed $1 per meal den sewed in dining can g.! ("J. I';Q ,;its. :
( ) : ""p :d- ::!.f.' : _
,. :' while trucks will fare better with on railroad trains,and"not to tatted 75c ehcwbore. Approprdioa and Procur jD it !!06..A..041 1f' -; :'i n rS .. fi.

", : a' to 20 the tires and 34 tubes; apportioned T. R. Nos. 36937.9.1...., issued for transportation. RC ... _Oe.___I -.. t t... a.M,C.a... = f c 1 !i g 11 lI l-

county. -- ( 1 :b- iff: I : sC: op'W 3. I
The local board ......... : : : : 1p ;:
; has notified : u. r s.
"r'. / ,. I certify that uu 2i._ meals)|weref}furnished by -- -tit ree:t.-Cafe. 00 : >> I IUctUutloa : :, -:, ..S'!:! 0 a.
by the State committee :r
rationing _.... I:
A =
: .!a at __ i. Qnl-AlA n .. I ?:' gE
; l' that the situation is growing graver -< ---------- ----- --- ,-- 'I' g
"- every day and that every effort is: at a total cost of $_.195.__..____ --ut.._ ,,.- __ _____.___ I I I j.f8 :, at, ... 2., [
I should be made to acquaint drivers 2 t of t.oo tMn m."I.I... ern In.b'J'i.of "ylo

.. Form approved Comptroller General U.S.
Retread rubber is not be- nk, inde.bls fill In this ticket
now January 13, lHl! Neo typcwriter, or pencil only to )
'.< ing sold and will also be rationed Just because a promissory note on Uncle Sam isn't colored green doesn't mean that lie won't meet his obligations. This meal ticket r'

presumably beginning soon after reproduced above and issued by the Quartermaster Corps to traveling soldiers, is as good as cash to restaurant owners, which will'be .:

,. the first of February. When this bad news for some,who have refused to honor them. This ticket is good for a 75-cent meal per soldier in a restaurant.
'= service starts those tires in retread /
shops will be retreaed only for
;1-: to charge a fee of 25 cents for
,'" those having proper certificates Berner Gives Talk
Miami Editor Is
.' Fishing each license issued which is his
from rationing boards and any
only compensation 'for the job. To Fire
others who may have tires in the Department:

", ... to shop them.will have the tire returned Thrilled By Lake Bass Uncle Sam Will ., C. E. Berner Clewiston air raid

Owners of tires which are unfit _-_ Meet Obligations On warden, met with the Clewis'tonFire

for further service are asked to 0 I Department at a meeting Mon-

dispose of them as junk for the SAYS NO LUCK NECESSARYTO charter a cabin cruiser ,accommo- Soldier Meal Tickets day night and outline for them
of CATCH BASS IN the details of the air raid
salvaging such rubber as they
dating any number 'up to six with
i r contain. OKEECHOBEEBob guide included. Atlanta Ga., Jan 29-Just be- warning service of the communityand

I '' \ It is pointed out also that Vice- Here are 'a few Miamians whose cause a promissary note on Uncle. plans to combat any activity
( Munroe's Fishing Guide Column Sam isn't colored green doesn't which may occur here.
President Wallace was recently refused names adorn the registers at Johnson's '
tires for his and of Miami Daily News) mean that he won't meet his obli-, He also discussed the organization -,
own car camp, which hugs the dike '
of an auxiliary fire depart-
J some of the Cabinet members have just inside the government. water-
CLEWISTON Jan. '27.-Here on ment with a force of forty
In an appeal 'to restaurant
received the, same treatment. control gate: Elmer D. Hall Jack men
;, the south shore of Lake Okechobee throughout the nation to honor to assist the local fire department.
k Mills for 'production of synthetic Ardis Bill Harborn, Joe Creech J.
; when you say you're going fishing meal tickets presented by .soldiers Jimmy Wilson who attended the
j j Gordon
lubber will not be in mass produc- V. Marks, J. Fritz Russell
\ mean bass fishing. Moreover meeting in Tampa last week to
while traveling singly or in small
: tion for at least eighteen months Garrett C. D. Swinson, J. D. 'RIch-
if promise somebody a fish for teach the handling of incendiary
you groups James R. Alfonte,
r A. F. Gunther H. E.
ardson Stiv
: and even then it is estimated that ,
dinner he's not'likely to be dis Fourth Corps Area Quartermaster, bombs and poisonous gases also
most of this will be taken for government ers, Dr. C. J. and C. L. Bible,
\ appointed.This with offices in Atlanta, cited instances gave a splendid talk along these
use. R. E. Winston, F. C. Oikle and J.
bustling optimistic town in where soldiers have either lines.
J. Wicker-and I didn't
: The state tire rationing administrator \the heart of Florida's sugar cane go very had to go hungry or to pay for
far back in a long list.
urges that: and vegetable country is about 90 their meals out of their own pockets DOUGLAS ANNOUNCES
( Other AttractionsNew
/ Owners and operators .of auto- miles from Miami, via new and when their government-issued meal FOR CONGRESSMAN

mobiles and trucks should under fast road No. 26, and in my-opinion neat, even luxurious, In tickets were refused.

no circumstances become offended well worth taking that much mile- view of its location in- what certainly Colonel Alfonte assures restaurant Gainesville, Jan. 29-FNS-

with the Rationing Boards when age out of probably the last set of J must be called the hinter- owners and managers that the meal H. Douglas of Gainesville announ-

they are unable to provide your new automobile' tires you'll have' in land of Florida Clewiston Inn lives tickets if properly filled out will ced this week that he would be a

requirements in tires and ,tubes on a long time. It's different .and ;:interesting up to a reputation for being an ex- be redeemed with a government candidate for congress from the

account, of the very strict regulations and you'd havd to be cellent place to eat sleep and check by the Army Finance office second district, subject to the next

under which they-are working, in specially endowed with }li luck or otherwise enjoy yourself. All the named on the ''ticket as fast as Democratic primaries.

i that these men, who have been unbelievably clumsy not to take local people I talked to, including the mails 'can operate. Douglas is county' attorney of

\ carefully selected because of. their your share of, ,the big bronze-backs tradesmen who apparently take no Instructions for filling out the Alachua county originally appointed -

honesty integrity and patriotism, available out of Jd' son's' fishing stock in a delusion distressingly blanks are plainly printed on the to the post by Governor Cone

are serving without compensationand ; camp. common among their ilk that the tickets. If instructions are followed and elected to a full term in the

are undertaking to do their Fishing 'has been -good for the world owes them a living "bon ,. payment is_ prompt.All 1940 election.

patriotic duty. There is nothingin past two weeks, Bill Johnson"says gre, mal gre", are cheerfully]; accom- of the complaints 'registered Douglas also served as a mem-

the regulations that will permit -very good for several days dur- modating. The countryside is by soldiers who have had to shell ber of the Florida State Board', of

them to honor applications unlessit ing which practically everyone out pibosant. There's quite a: numberof out hard cash to get a meal have Bar Examiners and is former city,

is provided for in the regulations.It has caught his legal limit eight. spruce::: ,young aviation cadets and been against small restaurant own- attorney of Gainesville.He .
ers. Railroad dining cars and is a member of the First
is the public's duty to them- The largest bass taken so far this -is it merely a coincidence-,
:'';. selves their large chain restaurants handle the Presbyterian Church of Gainesvilleand
patriotic duty to 'season' weighed .10 pounds, 12 good looking girls ,about.
: I v 1 their country to conserve tires By the here's tickets without question. a Mason.
I ounces;; the largest last season was !, way an angle you
: -'r as, well as automobiles against the may have overlooked. If ,you're
': :' da'y when their tires will no longer a 12}{>-pounder. "Them ain't no to .--- .. -, .. .--,--'" ._-- -, ., -- .. -- .-
f be 'servicable and minnies!" one of the local guides I going Fort Myers or for that I '__ ___. . __. _. ..n.._ .' "___ __ .,.__ '
will have
:, they informed me confidentially. matter anywhere on the gulf coastto
,. to put away their motor vehicles Big Big-Mouths the northward, it's only six miles
for a period maybe for years. I
further (to Fort Myers from
; : "Pop" Adams, Geneva Ohio, an
; The way to take care of tiresis American Fork & Hoe Co. missionary Miami) than via the Tamiami trail

not to use them any more than and a companion-guide took and over considerably better roads

r' '. is necessary. from 100 to 150 fish per day here since the trail is torn up for along .

Keep then inflated fully even recently, releasing most of them.I distance in Dade county and

well above the air pressure that saw-a photograph of 16 they ''had sort of goes to pot in places else-

J you would. normally use. which weighed 84 p'ounds-"an: aver- where.-Miami Daily News.

: Drive carefully, as speeding is age of more than five pounds.R. T'
very hard on tires, in' that when V. "Gadabout" Gaddis Schenectady William T. Hull "

you bounce a wheel off the groundit N. Y., has just completed jEU .

spins and hits the pavement and I a week and a half of prowling Gets AppointmentCircuit
grinds! the rubber off. around this edge of the lake. On .

Use brakes sparingly never no trip did he and his guide fail r
1\ sufficiently to lock your wheels to catch their limit. Clerk William T. Hull

unless to avoid accident.: was designated Explosives Licensing UNITEDSTATES
Most of the here
fishing is done ,Agent for Hendry county under the
Start slowly and do not spin with
plug-casting equipment although -
Federal Explosive Acts of ,December
your wheels. Johnson says fly-casting is 26, 1941 by R. R. Savers, directorof u't
Don't skid around corners' becoming increasingly popular. The the United States Departmentof ,
drive slowly around corners and standard bait is a surface high- '
I the Interior, Bureau of Mines \,
avoid grinding out of tires by floatingtype of plug. You can renta Washington D. C. rr SAVINGS

slipping them' on the pavement. skiff for $1 a day $4 with an Anyone wishing to buy explosivesmust

Learn to walk again as most outboard motor and a guide will first receive a permit to do BONDS

of us often use cars to our phy- cost you $4; or, for $20 ,you can so from Mr. Hull. He is authorized

sical detriment. A great many of
us, including the writer were in --' -. ' --" AND STAMPSTo
this world many years before. there J ,_ ""'i,: .. _ ,::,
were any automobiles. t

I Pay no attention to, the talk you *_ Photo Finishing and Commercial f
I hear about this being only a temporary t

shortage of rubber and that
shortly we will have plenty again. :i: Photography i

Itis being told around that the ..
Government will provide enough :: Clewiston :=:
\ synthetic rubber shortly to take y; Photographic Service ;

the place of the rubber
i that we :_: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of :%:
have been using. In this connectionI'
+ Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station .;.
I quote from Price
Henderson: "To relax tire rationingat ;_!: The House With The Rod Roof win it takes
the present time because the .._ : a war ;
.. _._ _, .
; production of synthetic rubber is : .. : : ., ,_ .._ '.. MEN with GUTS and STAMINA \
i being expanded would be

foolhardy. Press comment dangerousand has ....... .............................................................................................................;..................................;*. It takes Equipment-Shot and ShellsIt
given rise to false hopes that we i takes FOODIt

are rationing now program able to immediately.relax the tiro It t! I Molasses-Fed Hamburgers wyvI I i takes DOLLARSDIMESLet's

will be at least eighteen
Go America

\ stantial possibly longer quantities before of any synthetic sub- :Y.i STILL lOc :=I


r rubber tirely possible become that available every and poundof en- +: At Alderman's Sandwich Shop ;!:
synthetic rubber that can be +
produced in the future will be ;.t.% Bowling Alleys Open. Cash, Prizes Each Week tt tt
needed for direct military use". Taxi Service to Any Part of City vat Reasonable RatesALDERMAN'S ti

I r.: Remember that when you wreck .:0:. LOAN ASSOCIATION

'- your cars you probably won't be %
\ able to replace them for: 0a long
time. :":":":": ; .. .................................,... .............
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little lamb plaint filed in, the; above entitled jn.TIJE.CLEWISTPN NEWS, a newspaper W2h of NWi/4 of Section 9, E% of NW% 'of Section 33, y;
Mary had a caOsV thai' Sol, Brodsky Is deceased! of general circulation published Township 46 South, Range 34 Township 46 South, Range 31 East; '
One day: the lamb was stricken and/after diligent search! and inquiry in Hendry County, Florida prior to East; W% of NW& of Section 33,
.. .
.1,,,, '"" .1. Plaintiff belieye's that, there are March '2nd 1942.!) All of Section 10, Township 46 Township 46 South, Range 34 East; J
She took, it. to a factoryAnd persons who 'are or may be' interestedin WITNESS my hand and the seal of South, Range 34 East: NEi of SE% of Section 33, .
Township 46 South, Range 34 East,
the subject matter of this suit said Court, this 26 day of January, All of Section 12 Township 46 'j"
now it's labeled chicken. The said lands above described will
South, Range 34 East _
whose names, after such diligent A. D. 1942. All of Section 17, Township; 46 be offered for sale at said sale according ....
... search and Inquiry, are unknown to (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, South, Range 34 East; to the description above given ;;
Plaintiff, and the said unknown, parties as Clerk:, of the Circuit SE>,4 of NE 2,4 of Section 21, so that each body of land embracedin
NOTICE OF. REGISTRATION claim as heirs, devisees, grantees Court, In and for Hendry Township 46 South, Range 34 East; each separate description will be
assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees : County, Florida. mV2,4, of SEJi of Section 21, offered for sale separately from all
or other claimants by, through, under STATE OF FLORIDA, Township 46 South, Range 34 East; other parcels. i
Hendry County is required to havea or against Sol Brodsky, who is deceased COUNTY OF HENDRY: SE'of Section 29, Township Purchaser to pay for deed. !
re-registration this year' on account' and that they are necessary I' HEREBY CERTIFY that the 46 South, Range 34 East; H. A. RIDER,
of the LegislativeActs of 1941., parties defendant to this suit; that above' and foregoing is a'true and Wof Section 29, Township 46 Special Master In Chancery. ,.
(Chapter 20,491, Acts of 1941.) this 'suit Is brought in the Circuit correct copy of the original Notice to South, Range 34 East; 3t. Jan. 162330. 1942.
Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof Appear on file In my office in said
open from the First Monday In Febu- the State of Florida, in and for r'
ary (February 2nd) and close first Cause. ..
Hendry' County, In Chancery, by the seal
2nd WITNESS my hand and
Monday in March (March )
Hours these books are to be kept LYKES BROTHERS. INC., a corpora- of said Court, this 26 day of ,January -,
tion, against MORRIS SELCOW and 1 1I
A. D. 1912.
open are from 9:00 A. M. to 12 M
MRS. MORRIS SELCOW, his wife, the
and from 2:00 P. M. each week day, (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL,
,and one night each week until 9:00( unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, as Clerk: of the Circuit
assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees,
'P. M. at some convenient place In Court, in and for Hendry
,the election district. (Chapter 19663, or other claimants by, through, underor County, Florida.No. .
Morris Selcow and Mrs.
Acts of 1939). against 304 4t. Jan. 30, Feb. 6-13-20, 1942
Morris Selcow, his wife, who are
District No. One, Clewis ton, at not known to be dead or alive, etc., hh
Alston's Drug Store, Parker 1'. Wilson -
et al., Defendants, and that said suitis
District Registration Officer.
for the of reforclosing
District No. Two, East LaBelle, at
that 'certain mortgage the land
Jennings Store, Mrs. Irma Jennings, upon
District Registration Officer. described in the Bill of Complaintand NOTICE Is hereby given that under
District No. Three, West LaBelle, upon the following described and by virtue of the final decree of
at Green's Service Station, Roy A property lying, being and situate in foreclosure and sale rendered in the
Green District Registration Officer. the County of Hendry State of Florida Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial
at Post to-wit: Circuit of Florida, In and for Hendry
District No. Four, Denaud,
Office, Mrs, Clyde Crawford, District Section 1, Township 46 South, County, in a certain cause pending
wherein Whitehurst was .
George W.
Officer. Range 33 East.It
Registration Plaintiff, and Mary Lee Carroll, et -I
Mrs. / t e
District No. Five Felda, at 'Is therefore ORDERED that You
al., were defendants, the undersigned / % '
Wood's home, Mrs.. Nancy Wood, Dis- and each of you above named and special Master appointed the courtto
trict Registration Officer. designated Defendants and all par- make sale of the property as direc- \
COUNTY REGISTRATION BOOKS ties claiming interests by, through, ted in said decree, will offer for sale f...
open from the first Monday In March under or against the above named and sell to the highest and best I..
(March 2nd) to and including third and designated Defendants, and all bidder for cash, at the front door of r ,14/ l #
Saturday preceding first primary, parties having or claiming to have the court house in the City of La-
which is (April 18th), Closes mid- any light, title or Interest in and Belle, Hendry County, Florida, on ;
ihiKht, April 18th. I to the property hereinabove described Monday, February 2, 1942, duringthe I
Hours these books are to' be kept and you and open are from 9:00 A. M. to 12:00 hereby required to file an appearance described property, situate in Hendry
M. and from 2:00 P. M. Sundays excepted, (Chapter 196C3, above entitled Court and cause on W% of NE'A of Section 5, Town- ; ein-
Acts of 1939). March 2nd, 'A. D. 1942, the same being ship 46 South, Range 34 East; r
JOHN L. HALL, the Rule day in said month, with the W% of SE'A of Section 5, Town- '/
Supervisior of Registration, Clerk of said Court at the CourtHouse ship 46 South; Range 34 East;
NW of. Section 5, Township AIR
Hendry County Florida. ,
in the' City of LaBelle, Hendry .
St. Jan.; 30,. Feb. 6-13, 1942. County, Florida, and in default thereof 46 E South%"of',NEU Range' of SWi/i 34 East of; Section i ,

the Bill of Complaint, in said 9, Township 46 South, Range 34 CONDITIONEDDependable '
cause will be taken as confessed East: 1

IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIlE against you and said cause shall W% of SW% of Section 9, Town- I J
proceed ex parte.It ship 46 South,' Range 34 East; '
TWELFTH JUDICIAL OF FLORIDA, IN is further ORDERED that this SEU of SEof, Section 9, (1mJoAI : : ; :
TIlE STATE Notice to Appear be published oncea Township 46' South, Range, 34 '
AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY. week for four ,(4) consecutive weeks East; \ ,

IN CHANCERY.NO. -- - - -- - - ----- Service '
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SELCOW, his 'wife, the unknown V : and'theiNortri.
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lienors, creditors, trustees, or other : ,:

claimants against Morris by, through Selcow, and under Mrs.or ._ GOLFCOURS1E. Lv. CANAL POINT. Northbound. : 4.55AM_ IJS'PM, ,;. ;

Morris Selcow, his wife, who are 1 !" ..' ,, .. 'Ar..; TAMPA: .. . 10:10 AM 6:55 PM Costs Less than Driving, ;
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not known to be dead"or'alive, etc., LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5.50PM- _
_-- Ar. ORLANDO . ; 10.50 AM 7:45 PM One Round ;riArJACKSONVILlE
'et'Defendants.," :::: Public Invited : : . 3:15 PM II:45-PM Way Trip f

.' '_ Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:59 AM MIAMI S 1.65''' $'3.00'I'
NOTICE TO APPEAR .t.. .t'y. Ar.LAKE'CITY! ( . 2:25 PM hlOAM" JACKSONVILLE 4.70' 8.50' ,,1Lv
i ._.., ?.. :CANAl POINT . 5:20PM, 11:25 PM TAMPA: 2.80 5.05 ,- I;
. 3:4SAM 9:15 AM.
GREETINGS: '" ORLANDO 2.95 5.35 ,

OR AGAINST BY,MORRIS THROUGH SELCOW, UNDER and :: : Showers installed : inl locker l ; S o'&oundGOlng; VALDOSTA'MACON ..- '.. ,7,25 5.80 13.05 10.45Lv.

.MRS. MORRIS SELCOW, his wife, :
"who 'are not known to be dead or y't CANAL ,POINTS '. 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM, 9.90 17.85
alive: ALL PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS : .. Ar. MIAMI -. 1 . 8:50 PM 2:30: AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00. ,,,_-g '
.t '- k .t. CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
'OR AGAINST SOL BRODSKY, who is :t: rooms, :. ,_ Returning NEW'YORK 15.85 28.55 : <
'OR: CLAIMING TO, HAVE ANY :: I :i Ar. CANAL POINT .. 1:25 PM 4:55 AM,


AND TO THE PROPERTY HEREIN : Greens in best condition s.. DR. H.B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'SDRUG: STORE :
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It appearing by appropriate allega- .. PHONE'3921 CANAL POINT ,

tions of the sworn Bill of Complaintfiled .t. t ,
in the above entitled cause that t .
"Morris Selcow and Mrs. Morris Sel- !
cow, his wife, after diligent search i Fairways excellent ;;, '

'and inquiry are not known by Plain- :o'
tiff 'to be dead or alive, and after ; L-
diligent search and inquiry Plaintiff \ f

believes that there are persons who
are or may be interested in the sub-

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are unknown to Plaintiff, and
that said unknown parties claim as !
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, .t. ............ ._, :
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who are not known to be dead or f YEARLY MEMBERSHIP :1_! ; ;

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fendant to this suit; and that said '' J. Y.

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Anniversary MeetingOf I the 'game very reasonable to play, Drug Store and every person qualified stated that the extensive civ11fan' ;

DEPUTY REVENUE land take up at this time". I to vote should make It a registration and organization work "

Kiwanis Is HeldAll A ladies day will be started next point to register there during Feb- In Florida indicates that, the state ,

Wednesday, and will continue ruary. At the end of the month is the most advanced in the Fourth "

COLLECTOR TO AID every Wednesday. they' will be returned to" the super Corps area.' Florida, he said, was .,

charter members 'of the Clew- Clewiston has some fine play 'rs, visor's office in LaBelle and it will pointed to as an example for other: \

iston Kiwanis Club were invited to and more are developing. Charles be necessary to make a trip thereto states.
attend the meeting of the club on Owens is one of the' longest drivers register. 'I'

Wednesday evening, which celebrated around the club, averaging around FOREST OFFICIALS VISIT ;

the tenth' anniversary of the 250 yards per drive. Much Interest-

: John H.. Maloy, Jr., deputy collector club. Only two of the charter H. I. Mossberger, State Forester, '"J'.

" of the Internal Revenue Department members were present, W. C. Owen Camera Club Visits Owen Douglas, State Fire Warden '
. was here the first of the II
and C. L. Downs. (Continued from page 1) and Nelson Blocker, District Forester ('
week and stated that he would
:be: here on February llth to The speaker for the evening was Clewiston On Sunday members. Attending. were_ Jimmy spent' Tuesday in Clewiston. The \ 't' ""I,

;spend a full day to assist Clew- W. A. Read, resident engineer for I Weaver, Fire Chief; I. S. Bell, visitors, were on business... in this r
in filling the United States Engineers and Police Chief; E. E. Gross, head of section and spent the day sight-
income tax
,out their 1942 blanks.payers He, will ar- he. gave a most interesting talk on I 'The. West ,Palm Beach Camera, department of Public Works and seeing here. They made the trip

0 "Our Part in the Sun and Our Club paid its visit to Clewiston last Utilities and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle through the sugar house, and saw ,
rive at 8:30 a. m, and be at the '
office during the entire day. immunity". Sunday and 'took a great many and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, fire ward the government offices, warehouses, .
in the amount of pictures from which the best will ens. Mr. Gross will proceed at levee, the sugar research laboratory r
Mr. 'Maloy stated also that he Defense stamps be selected for cash prizes offered cattle feedingI' .'
and defense bond of once with appointment of a repair. experiment, and '
"would spend the nights of February i,!I $20.50 denomination'were one sold at I by' theUnited. States Sugar Cor- squad unit for utilities.A other interesting developments here..
. and $25.00 I IIN
11 and 12 at the Clewiston Inn i poration. ,
general meeting is planned at '
the meeting. -------------------'-'----- ,
could be contacted there by any The group went first to the sugar the high school auditorium for TUB CIRCUIT counT OP TIIR !;

,one who might miss him duringthe I Miss, Elizabeth Read was an- house where exterior views pf next Thursday night at which time '. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .:,,
the winner of the "My THE STATE
day. nounced as OF FLORIDA, IN
Career" contest and will the sugar house were photographedand the proper handling of incendiary AND FOR IIENDRY COUNTY. !!
He asks that those businessmenwho essay then there was a trip throughthe bombs will ,be discussed by Jimmy f,
from other
with winners
seek his help have a state- compete : mill., No interior shots were Weaver and to discuss any other' IN CHANCERY i

onent of their gross income and sections of the state. Dr. .encouraged but several were taken. phases of 'defense work which may NO., 035.NOTICE f.
Guests at the meeting were
gross expenditures for 1941 prepared of Lunch at the Inn followed after arise. All unit heads and all those CITY OF CLEWISTON, FLORIDA;
E. B. Landis and O. C. Wulfson t It
and ready when they con-
which photographs were made of receiving appointments are expec- Petitionervs.
,tact him for unless this is done Huntington, Ind. .
the research cutting
attend this meeting as wellas THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
time will not permit handling manyof
hoisting operations in the fields, Defendant. '
any other citizens who are in- ,:,
the reports. Individuals should Red Cross Production exterior and int.erior'of 'the, 'recrea- terested in the work.TwoLegged '. To the Taxpayers and Citizens of :

also have a report on their gross tion auditorium 'and at the Clew- the City of Clewiston, In Hendry ; \-

: (earnings lor the :year and a fair Continues For ReliefThe iston Inn.Those whom County,It Florida may conern, and: all others t', \

.idea of the deductions permitted. making the trip here were: .. Puppy'IsBorn ''You, and each of you, are hereby.
i Among the various exemptions I notified that a petition has been filed
, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Walker, g
by the City of Clewiston, Florida,
I" ;permitted, Mr. Maloy pointed out, local Red Cross Production Miss Barbara Drew, L. F. Knapp, At Crestview seeking to validate and confirm 4 G

are tax exemptions, which include Room .is continuing work on garments Newell Caudell, W. C. Hatfield, I rer: cent interest bearing: electric and ,,
; for American War Relief. water revenue certificates of said City
: real estate tax, state gasoline
Mrs. in the
Cleo Bond, 'Virginia Bond, principal sum of $175,000.00,
.: ;tax, ,admission tax, driver's license, Both sewing and knitting are oe- Viirginia Gordon, John' Nettleton, Crestview, Jan. 29-(FNS)-In January 1st, 1942 to be issued pur-

: motor vehicle use tax (Federal), ing done on this project by many Sevenich Daly a litter of puppies born to 'a German suant to the proceedings of the Commission l
Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. of said City for the of
I;'.. radio rand .telephone messages over volunteers and others are needed. Dr., Gaylord Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. police dog, owned by Mrs. H. S. payingthe cost of acquiring purpose a waterworks t J,.
. 24 cents, ,safety' deposit box rentals The room is open each Monday and Burkett of Crestview, is a 2-legged system and electric power and to. :>

: etc; contributions to churches, Friday afternoons. David Thompson, Robert Bachtel, animal. The puppy arrived in good light system which said systems after i' '
Miss Etta Bridgenan, Dr. and Mrs.J. being acquired by said. City shall be
charities and organized drives (a Topping the list, in hours givento L. Carlisle, Dr. 'and Mrs. health and appears to. be normal combined and operated' as a single

r' contribution is classed as money Red Cross production ,are Mrs.N. with the exception that his front system, and paying the cost of reconstructing -
Blicher Mr. and Mrs. James Mun-
given to something for which there .. V. S. Mumford. 557 hours: Mrs. legs are missing.Mrs. improving said extending combined, enlarging, and '
roe, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Greeley, all system, and
r is no tangible return) ; interest lr'. M. Prewitt, 456 hours; Mrs. A. Burkett.r,has received many are to be payable as to both princi-

'paid on 'borrowed money where L. Hackett, 400 hours; Mrs. W. of West Palm Beach, Palm Beach cash offers for the freak' puppy, pal said and system.interest from revenues' of
and Lake Worth.Accompanying .
money was not used for purchase H. Lanier, 388 hours, Mrs., H. R. but refuses to depart with it for You, and each of you, are hereby

" fcof tax exempt bonds and others. Hall, 376 hours. the group from any stipulated amount., If it lives, charged with notice of the contentsof
Clewiston were: W. H. Lanier, W. said petition; and further notified
Interest on mortgages are a deduction Since the publication of the list .no doubt she. will have a very valu- that said petition filed in this court,
E. Bolton O. A.: Jones A. O.
and include houses purchased of hundred hour pin awards these able "side show" attraction that as aforesaid, will be heard before the

: under FHA. However, Mr. service pins have been given to Ward, W.' E. Dilley and E. B. any circus would like to own. Honorable Judge of said' court in
Seegers. the Courthouse in Fort Myers, Flori-
IMaloy: points out Interest paid on Mrs. R. M. Hawkins, Jr., Mrs. O. da, on the 23rd day of February,

i.. the purchase of a car, household A. Jones, Miss Hazel Prince and Florida Leads In 1942, at ten o'clock, A. M., and you.
" and each of, you, are hereby notified
.appliances etc., are not deductible Voters To Register
Mrs. C. L. Moran. : and required to appear at the time
items for the reason that this interest Miss Mauryne Prewitt has com- and place aforesaid to show cause, \r,
If any you have, or if there be,'
' is capitalized and becomes apart pleted 100 hours 'of knitting, the At Alston's StoreAn why said electric and water any revenue

- of the purchase price of the first member of the Junior Red certificates should not be validatedand

r, car or appliance. Cross to have this honor. "iallah ssee, Jan. 29-(FNS)- confirmed in conformity with the
lrayer set forth In said
petition and
act of the last
. Income tax returns are based on !I Legislature
Florida leading all other southern pursuant to the laws of the State
: gross receipts less gross expenditures -I Cold Weather Week requires that every voter in Hendry states ii \ civilian defense activities. of Florida In' such case made- and
thus arriving at a net in- County must re-register before theM
George, LrTiurr, .Jr., executive direc- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
: come. In many cases this net is Does Little y Primaries and for- their convenience tor of the slate defense council, hereunto set .my hand and affixed
t. :the basis for tax. Therefor the Damage the county supervisor of stated this we&k that 750,000 are the official seal of the above entitled
court at LaBelle,
t various businesses should have all John L. Hall is sending Florida, this ,29th
registration ,
, --, registered in )the state's. defense day of January 1942. r.
- of these figures assembled to enable Although the temperature drop the registrati books into the rolls as D&cember 31, exceedingall' (Seal. ) WILLIAM' T. HULL

, the revenue officer to give intelligent various county precincts' next Mon- .oth r southern states. Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
ped to freezing in scattered sec- '
the Twelfth Judicial
assistance in completing re tions of the Everglades during the day. -- "Bernard F. Dickman, United Circuit of the State of

: ports. The books here will be in chargeof States 'Inspector General and Acting Florida, In and for HendrY'Counh' "
L past week and frosts have been .
AH deductions are classified as Parker T. Wilson at Alston's Regional Director'of the OCD, I '
rather general, only a few sugarcane 3t. Jan. 30, Feb. 6-13, 1942.

earned income deductions'deductions and commercial buds have been frozen and it .. . .... ....... .... .............................&..&.,.-.'.-... .. -..-..- -..-, -. -. -. - I
statuatory I I is believed that all of this can .-.-.-.-.-. .-.-.-.-. .-. .-.-. ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;-;-;-;-;-;.; ; ;..; ;-;.;.:.: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:..:-:..:-:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.... (
". deductions. Earned income deductions be cut and processed before thereis ":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..::..,,

include those items of expense any damage to the stalk. .)1...:I., ... -,',--,-',,-,,-,'-,,___________ 's"S'
: incurred by a person necessary .
Some vegetable crops were nippedbut
: ,for' him in earning his salary, ff ....
at this time of season mostof f
;: wages or commissions and enabling :: .'
the crops are of frostresistenttype ': ''?-' :S't.
h him to make the earned in 'M' ,-,... ENJOY AN :''''''':; : "'
such lettuce and 1 .
as celery, ;:;. ; 's" '

f who come.purchases example a 'new a set carpenter of tools cabbage truck.so there was little damageto :.ii.::.:. ," \>; \ t :ii:::
.; :5s permitted to deduct the price .
The U: S. Sugar Corporation tf ALL ELECTRIC, : .' .; "-
of these tools or the maintenance '":' ';.' .' .U
showed last ,1' "
Saturday morning as .
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of same when his :::: "' _
figuring tax,
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the coldest in their plantations with .... '
and a travelling salesman de- \. ....
may ..
readings of 32 reported from Ben- I .
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' duct travelling expenses. Commercial .... HOME ,
I bow in the Western Division and .;..;. .z.
deductions apply only to the .... i .z.):
32 at two stations in the Eastern I .z..:.
t 1' business man and itatuatory deductions Division on low' land. Azucar had .;..:. _
are those which are set out iiT AlP' f
38' degrees that morning and ....
i in the income tax laws.The AA
Clewiston 34 degrees. '
great difference between the y ff

1942 law and that for 1941 is Rainfall this month has been :::: Electricity is the modern.
ii servant that
' -that a husband and wife only about an inch and a half fora ; a servant, :;::;:

$1500 'for the year will be requiredto making slight deficiency from average. :::::3::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures Cf.the ::ii:::::: \.

I"' -where- fill $2,000.out an 'was income the tax minimum blank Owen Winn Winner :.i.::.:. home and one that wIll do everything quickly; effl lent-. :?:;:

f last year. The same credit of $400 .;. :. 'I y and economlca II y. .S..z..}::

I flor each dependent'is given as in Blind Bogey TourneyWinners f' fL

I(l .former three whose years.net Thus income a family for 1941 of ::;::::i:: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::i:

i was $2,000 would this year pay of the recent blind *5: give your eyes two hours of safe reading .light'Ior, operate U
I 'a tax on $100. A single man earning bogey tournament at the ClewistonGolf

I 750.00 per year must file a Course were: firstOwen :;::;: your radio for most, of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is ::::3:: ,

i return. Winn; second, L. C. Rosenberg; and 3i::: one thing that
f third, S. K. Swayne. There willb z' gets, cheaper the more of it' that you use. .*..*. :
a tournament every week-end. yy AA

I ;Second Class.Leaves. Qualifying for men's club cham- :;::;: .' That is why .it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I **

(' From Riddle Field The pionship ladies starts will February start qualifying 22nd. ::;::::;:: that is all electric ,and 'modern. > :+:::4':: '

! February 16th. These dates are I II yf fA', XX AA

set in order to give everyone a y ; AA
: Thirty-nine RAF cadets, proudly 'z'"; .I..s.
t' I chance to get their game in shape I y -
'displaYing their A&
,before the tournament starts.
! wings, left the A. C. L. ** ELECTRICITY
on passenger : IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- t.
The Clewiston Golf Course house :::
! train from Clewiston I I "i' : I
Saturday has had many improvements re .S..z':: .z... / ,
; afternoon for Canada to await .:..:. I
cently. These include new showersfor M

transportation back to England.The I I men and ladies;; plenty of hot ':::: 'ANT-USE rt EXTRAVAGANTLY. i I
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cadets finished
I their 'train- water and towels for everyone. The ,. :.F ,
ing the middle of the week and course is in wonderful shape with I'z'; :s S: ::. : !

I 'were awarded their wings at appropriate the fairways cut, the rough cut .:'.::: I '"s' i

I ': exercises on Friday by short and the best greens. in the :::.;. I I ::':: .1!

; 'Wing' Commander Rampklin. South. ".s.' I .,\ ..
This is the second class to finishat In order to contribute to the : I.., I!
; '"1' I
'. Riddle Field and are the last national physical education program :[J. I

-of the group which came here Clyde Leonard and his father, I

'from course.Arcadia The next,to complete class, which their Everett free instruction Leonard,period.have "In offered orderto a !l'I 'Glades Power and Light Co fi'1 i i's'.z'

i graduates in about five weeks, is do our part", said Mr. Leonard, [

; the first class which came directly o "we are willing to' give group lessons ;
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'! to the Clewiston field. 47 of this free and start out beginners .'s"Z'. .... :

:,i original class of fifty entered their with the fundamentals of the '} ( ...:. ''!
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advanced training the first of this correct grip. stance, etc. Rental X.' -.,,.,, ,- \. -"..- __',_"-_",_'__'___'____'____'_.__%'____.___. ._ ____ .S..J.. -.},

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