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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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4 VOLUME 13-NUMBER 13 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION--$2.00 PER YEAR



., I <_ 1 Red Cross Drive For I Noted Golfer I Plays Registration::" Of Men 20 '\ 1


In Foursome Here



': '. .: War Funds SuccessfulClewiston Gene Sarazen-, one of.,. the world's I To 45 Begins Tomorrow -.


; most famous golfers, will play on _
:i ", '- 0 ,
Golf -
the Clewiston Course this aft- w

I .,' :..,- > Chapter Goes Share Your Books ernoon in vice-president a foursome with Jay r W.' Large Group Sent Sixty Percent As Many;

... Moran, and general

j T .f.-.:;,: ::. ':', 4'Over The Top By With Service, MenHave manager of the United States Sugar For Draft, ExamsThe Expected As In -

.'I' Corporation; Flight Commander

: ':: ."; \ $139.17 1 1 Kenneth Rampklta"of{ Riddle Field Selective I ,First. Call ::

,-I I ':',: ,;;" '" r' you a son, or' a brother, or and Squadron Leader George L. local' office of the ,;

., .a friend in the armed forces of the Burdick of Riddle Field. Service Board reports that eight ,I t
;-'" The Red Cross War Fund drive Mr. Sarazen was accompanied to Several hundred ,Hendry Countymen
,United States? If you .have, you negroes and eight whites were sentto '
has been concluded by the Clewis- probably know how hard the men Clewiston by Mrs.:- Sarazen from Mi Miami this week for physical will call at school houses of

I ,ton Red Cross Chapter and Mrs. have to ''work and how 'eager they ami. They have 'made several visits examination before an Army exam- the county sometime tomorrow,

R. Y. Patterson, chairman of the are-for good books to read in their I here but this wilt' be his first round I ining board. This examination Sunday or Monday between the

I local chapter; announces that Clew on the local course. hours of seven o'clock a. m. and
hours off duty. The Victory Book : means that they will be called into

1: ." iston went well, "over the top" with, Campaign appeals to you to share service very shortly and, if they nine o'clock p. m., to register under

I> total donations of $1139.17. your books with the' soldiers, sailors Cornette To Build pass there is little likelihood that the provisions of the third Selec-

\ I V The $1,000 quota assigned to the and' marines., they will be later rejected.The tive Service registration. Membersof

Clewiston, chapter, following close "What kind of books are need- New Store AdditionA group of negroes were ex- the county draft board estimate
that the number will be approximately -
on the heels of a most successful ed?" said Mrs. W. L. Lott, chairmanof amined Wednesday most of them
J' .
_
drive made the local sixty per cent as great as
roll call only the Hendry County Victory Book transfers here from other states

chapter officials and workers. more Campaign' today. "Any kind-the fifty foot concrete block ad-. during the cane harvest. They are: that of the first registration when

determined, to put the drive over. 'best test is this: If you or any dition to the ,back: of the buildingnow Arthur Madry, Johnnie Thomas of 1102 were signed in the county.

The Junior Red Cross did its part of your family have enjoyed a occupied by the Clewiston Ap- Clewiston; Roosevelt Barton of This registration is for those men

and every business house and citi- book-be it 'fact, fiction, history or pliance and Furniture Store: was Lyons, Ga.; Simon Doctor ot, Beau- between the ages of twenty and

-. : zen responded loyally with the result biography our men will enjoy it announced this week by E. M. Cor- fort, N. C.; Louis Carter, Charlie forty-five years who were, not registered -

that the ,quota was not only too. They need textbooks and nette, one of the owners- of, that Wofford and Augusta Childrey of previously. This includesall

) obtained but more than a hundred scientific books. There is a spec- business. Belle Glade and Senator Carter of men who reached their twentieth

/ .dollars more than the quota. ial call for arithmetics and gram The addition will permit the Moultrie, Ga. Two negroes failedto birthday on or before December

Fifteen per cent'' of the total mars. company more storage space and report.On 31, 1941,' and those who

.0: raised, Mrs. Patterson stated, would Please bring your books to the allow them to have their electric have not reached their forty-fifth

o:;..: be retained by the- chapter for local ,Public Library or Red Cross, and appliances and furniture displays was sent Tuesday to Miami the for group examinations of whites birthday by February 16, next Mon ,-
'
.I' relief work and the remainder is don't forget to writ your name on under one roof.. :The furniture is day. .
and included William J. Foster,
.sent to National Headquarters for the flyleafthe boys will want to now located in the old post-office I I English cadets will not, be required -
Joseph M. Stephens, Charles Adolph
war relief for American forces and know who thought of them. They building. i to register but all other
Driggers, Daniel C. Padgett of '
,' civilians in our own territories now will be collected, sent on to sort- Starting date of the addition and i I aliens must do so.,
', Clewiston; David H. Thigpen and
.at war. ing centers, where trained librarianswill the cost was not disclosed. School principals of the county
Dewey. F. Page of Felda; and GeorgeE.
V The donation of the Junior Red go over them, and see that ,Anderson LaBelle.KIWANIANSV have agreed to supervise' the registration .,

I Cross amounted to $22.57. they go to the place where they are Plane Salvaged From Prof. R 'W.' Turk here, '

most needed. Prof, Velton Walters in LaBelle and
The local chapter recently received
Bring your books today. Principal Ben Miyares in Felda.
.. : an honor certificate for being Lake Last FridaySalvage I
HEAR, The colored men will be registered -
V among the highest ranking chapters -
at colored schools In Harlem,
of the state for members according -
-- LEGION DINNER FOR crews from the U. S. Bare Beach and LaBelle' with their
r to population. BROWN'S STORY OF
assisted
i Engineer office here are understoodto principals by timekeepersof

Among the workers in the war have raised the Navy training the United States, Sugar Corpora-

,fund drive were: Pete Chagaris. SCOUTS HELD AT INN tion.
plane, which crashed last Thurs- WAR ON MIDWAYTwentythree
chairman, Mrs. W.' E. Dilley, Mrs. day morning in Lake Okeechobee Registration cards have been

.Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. W. H. Lanier,
northwest of Port Mayacca, without simplified as far' as possible and
Mrs. F., E. Conkling, Mrs. A. L. ON TUESDAY NIGHT
: great difficulty on Friday of last of the registrars have been given instructions -
members
4 :HacKett, Mrs. J. H. Wilson, Mrs. ;
/ week. The'plane'; went down in in filling Ithem'Qut so that
r. .r J3.: .T. Vaughn, Mrs: J. F., Morrison,' : Kiwanis Club were thrilled 'Vednes'day'.n there be', of
S. r "'{ ,> V :. about eleven ,feet/of water. wjll a4 minimum errors
""" Mrs., C. A. MdrtiniMrs. J. De--,.! AdinnecalfHne: 'Clewiston Inn hear:, >* 'exciting story I to be/correctM lattr- 'It is prob-
The body'of Seamen Second Class
.
VV V Valcourt, c.t' H. Berner, R. M. Tuesday evening ,was 'the highlightof of the outbreak. :o&neVar in the
able that. E. E7 "Kelly and J. E.
Samuel. Lee Gay, 22, 'was found in
the Glades-Hendry District Pacific and of the evacuation oAmerica's '
E. Sun-
Bishop, M. ,Cornette, J. H. Wil-, ;
Beardsley of the' count draft board
the wrecked plane and it is under-
ton, E. 'W. McLeod and John Kettl. nyland Council, Boy Scouts, of America Midway Island from one
... in the observance of National stood that one foot was caught who was there, W. L. Drown, Jr., will render as much' assistance as
which ,prevented his out of possible here and Blitz Wegman inthe
getting
Boy Scout Week. In attendancewere i who returned to his home here the
Legion Makes Plans the cabin after the plane crashed.'I other end of the county. Mrs.
138 Scouts, Cubs, Scouters, J latter part of last week.
I. S. Bell, Jr., clerk in the office
parents and members of the Brown was working on Midway
For School Awards spon- here, will also make periodic visitsto
soring organizations. Famous XylophonistTo Island in.a. civilian ''position on De-
the registration places to give
cember 7, 1941, when the Japanese
(' 'W. C. Owen, chairman of the what assistance she can.
'- ,' The American Legion in short district committee, Give Concert HereMiss made their treacherous attack on
a I served as mas- It is hoped that as many of the

,:'.' business meeting following the Boy ter of ceremonies, and made the introductions American possessions in the Pacific. registrants as' possible can be taken
:
:Scout dinner Tuesday'night, discussed of all present. Seat Some 1800 civilian workmen in, ad care of tomprrow and Sunday so
'- Marielta Huron, known asAmerica's dition to the force of U. S. Marines
',:: the'matter of the American numbers 'were drawn at the door that classes will be interferredwith
.' :Legion school leading concert xylo- and Sailors were making a desperate -
J', awards which are and residents from the various as little as possible on Mon
phonist, will give a concert on effort to fortify the islands before -
.:-"'; .t" given each year- to a member of communities were thus scatteredover day.
, '; Wednesday, evening, February 25, war should come. ,An, estimated,
the graduating class of the Clewis the dining room. Only nine simple questions will
between the hours of nine and ten
couple of million dollars had been
,', ton, LaBelle": and Moore Haven The program opened ,with the be asked those men who register,
o'clock at ,the Clewiston Inn, it was spent when the attack came and
schools. singing of America; the Scout oath, Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins, state
.. this morning Mrs. C.
.. announced by all was wiped out in about twenty
It was' decided that the medals and the pledge to the flag. FredL. director of Selective Service for
L. Downs of the Inn.
manager minutes time by 'bombers and by
;:F should be awarded on the same Treat, scout executive of Sun- Florida, emphasized this week.
There will be admission
no
shells of naval units drawn closeto
:< basis last with the nyland Council when (Continued ou 10)
.as year added introduced_ Downs page
charge for the concert, Mrs. the shores of the tinyisland..
requirement that the student -receiving contrasted the large number of
:-' ',' stated, and those who appreciate It was about 9:30 p. m., on December -
{ :\ it should have taken an active Scouts, parents and Circuit Court
sponsors present
fine music will be thrilled by this 7 when the Japs arrived at
.' I' ;. ,:j:; part In extra-curricular activities I with the gathering on the .
Her concerts in
program. every Midway on their return from the
;" and should have a scholastic same occasion a year ago. He said city in which she has appeared Pearl Harbor raid. The men on ; Convenes Monday; ;
average for the last three that since the I
of appointment of
: years a
... have been enthusiastically received the island had nothing with whichto
II
; .85 per cent or better. If district committee all
no stu- troops in the
and
is
Clewiston fortunate in be-
\
themselves and were
protect
dent in the class comes up to these district had made great (Hendry County News)
progress ing able to hear such talented co'ver
a forced to"run to whatever will
Judge George W. Whltehurst
standards the award will simply not and that the district led all othersin .
musician.
S. "be made. the council last year in achieve- they could find on the tiny: mile- preside at the regular spring termof
.: long by half-mile'' wide island. He
circuit court beginning Monday,
," ,
ments. J.
M. Couse'made a short
Kiwanis Club Votes would not divulge the number of 10 a. m., at the court house.
:: V;: 1 Church talk on the important part Scout-
Extends CallA casualties during the raids but indicated Clerk William T. Hull announced -
ing'plays in the
development of
,
;
Favoring, HospitalThe { that they were many. there were three' hold-over cases
the
: ; individual boy and in com-
; To Rev. Montgomery munity life.Acting The cruisers came so close to the from the last term on the criminal

\i % shore that the men, lying in the' docket besides Elmer Whitefield,
l __ Scoutmaster J: H, Wilson
Kiwanis Club at the, Wednes- darkness near the shore, could see negro, who is charged with assault

,' At a congiegational) meeting? of I read a letter from Scoutmaster day night meeting voted unanim- the Japanese sailors scurrying 'about with intent to commit murder on

the Community- Church Sunday Charles Benson vho is now in ously' to back a' general hospital on deck and when even a flicker of another negro.

;: evening a' call was extended to 'Rev. service with the U. S. Navy. The such as proposed by'' Clarence ,R. light appeared anywhere 'on the island There is but one case on the civil
:John N. letter was written especially for the
Montgomery, assistant pastor Bitting, president of the : United the guns opened fire. For docket, condemnation proceedingsby
of the First Presbyterian Church occasion and Mr. Benson urged the States Sugar Corporation last week. said, he
V forty-six days, Brown never the county to secure complete
I. of Miami, to act boys to advance as rapidly as they
as pastor ,of the The secretary, A., W. Lawrence, saw an electric light.It right of way 'on Bridge and Main
could in and -
Clewiston Church. Rev. Scouting thus prepare
Montgomery I was instructed to draw up a letter was twenty days after the war Street now under paving construc
-preached here that morning. themselves better to serve their broke out when the survivors of
II to Mr. Bitting assuring him of the tion.
," country when they are needed. He
,
'
While Rev. Montgomery has'no't whole-hearted cooperation of the Midway were evacuated ,from the

,i / ias yet accepted the call' he Indi- Scout spoke of the importance of the I[club to obtain' this important municipal island, this being ordered at nine INCOME TAX MEN TO BE HERE-

', cated that he would do so as soon organization during the present faclllty.iNowling o'clock on 'December 27, soon after

'\. as work at the Miami church could emergency and urged them to I the capture of Guam had been re George A. Perrine, of the Miami

be finished. serve wherever they could, faith- j To Take Over ported. In the convoy were eleven office of the collector of internal
fully and well.V Reading of the let-
Rev. Robert Rayburn ,of Delray ter cargo ships, four destroyers and one revenue, spent Thursday in Clewis-
was not only an inspiration
Beach will be the guest pastor of the Scouts present but'was alsoa to I Ford Company StationE. cruiser carrying 15 or 16 inch guns ton and will return to spend all day

the church next Sunday morning and the convoy was able to run the Monday here to assist local peoplein
good pep talk for the adults at- '
gauntlet of submarine-Infested wa- making out their income tax re-
tending the dihner.
M.. Cornette, manager of the ters without losing a ship. Nine: I

: New Flight Lieutenant' Charles Benbow, of the Clewiston Hendry County Motors, Inc., Clew- times, Brown said, the convoy was i port.Mr.. Perrine will be at the Post

troop, gave ,a short description of I iston Ford dealers, stated this week attacked by subs and seven of these Office all day Monday. His servicesare

Now At Riddle Field how scouting was started in Amer- that R. C. Nowling, well-known local were sunk by the destroyers In the free. Since the exemptionshave

1 ica. Mr. Owen then called 'upon I service station operator, would convoy with a fair chance that the been drastically lowered this

-0 Plight Lieutenant each troop for a report of its ac- cross the street Sunday to take over other two were also 'destroyed. Dur- year there will be thousands of per

1/ who has been stationed,H. Rawlings tivities for the past year and this the management of their service ing the six-day voyage from Midwayto sons filing their first returns.

months for several was given by Scouts from the troops station for the sale of Gulf products.Mr. Honolulu it was customary to
at Riddle Field left last
week for reporting. Nowling has, for many years, awaken in the morning, he said"and PURCHASES: HOME
Washington, D. C., for
f signment. as- A part of the program was the operated the Texaco Station and in rush up on deck to see if any of
He is,
the local field by being replaced at regular monthly Court of Review that time has enjoyed an excellent the ships had been sunk 'during the Fred W. Davis has, purchased the
Flight Lieutenant
'7 G. W. Mickerson who i and several Scouts came up for ad- service business. His assistant night. Stopping, at Honolulu they comparatively new home of Mrs.

(t rived in the recently arcJ. -[vancement. Jack Martinez was there, James Whitaker, will also had a chance to see the great de- Ruth Wilcox situated on Atlantic
country from !
England.
(Continued: on 'Page 10) take a position at the Ford station. (Continued on page 10) Avenue, 'it 'was announced this week.






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UNIFORM INTERNATIONAl THE CHEERFUL CHERlbt
Gas Training for 'Ca11ada'sNaval .

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Forces -Just in CaseThe SUNDAY wesson e.quippe.d' with

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D.
R EN the that will make its Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. .
E minds of opinion
E best military are gas Released by western Newspaper Union.)
appearance just as soon as its use is deemed necessary, and so all pre- I thoogh-t I'd better

Washington, D. C. cautions are being taken by wise countries to deal with the.menace, if toll you ,to :
WARY GRAVYTRAINERYou and when it comes. Anti'gas methods have been made part of the train- Lesson for February 15 TKeyYe just n '
'
can write it down that Secretary ing of Canada's naval forces. These photos, made at a Canadian naval For'J' ,J.

of Agriculture Claude Wickardis shore station, show seamen undergoing their anti-fire: and gas ,training. Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected ;

going to be very chary about using __ _'_u_____......._...... ,- _. v_,._ Council permission.THE of. Religious Education: used bJ' de.corttion.
that gravy-train veto power the R.1CCAM.
voted him in the price r
farm lobby HEALING MINISTRYOF \
control bill. (\ > ; iii4r JESUS ;
He knows that the White House is t '

still sputtering over his unauthorized r iM1 j r, LESSON TEXT-2:1.12.
endorsement of this lobby schemeat GOLDEN TEXT-Jesus '. was moved
a crucial moment in the senate their Mth compassion toward them, and he healed r-,
sick. 1
-Matthew 14:14.: WNU Service.
fight over the legislation. Also, thatif 1 4, ww
he attempts to exercise the power: Man '
is more than a body. He is
is liable to be slapped down even {
he
made
up 'of body, soul, and spirit.In
harder than when he fronted for the< a physical 'world where he is so CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT'

lobby. much in ,touch with physical nature -' i
Actually, under cover, Wickardhas : and the needs of his body are
in effect to be a good
promised t
so much
before him, he is proneto
boy.It. forget that there is within a spir- ,
didn't leak out at the time, but itual ..
nature which is his real self. SCHOOLS '
deliberations of the :
the secret
during God is interested in both the :
joint senate-house conference com- Prepare for Post Office examinations. ''i
: physical
and side of .
spiritual man.I.
For free literature write '
LAKEVIEW
mittee on the bill, he wrote the com- ;,
PREPARATORY SCHOOL. Dept. S, 1280 1
mittee a letter repudiating his pre- Faith Brings a Double Need to E. HUh St., Cleveland, Ohio. .!

vious endorsement and saying he Christ (vv. 1-4). :4!

didn't want the veto power over / Kd9 This faith-stimulating story facesus

farm prices.. first with Evenly Paced I ;

Wickard wrote this letter under 1. An Impossible Situation. In- !'-

. White House pressure. He knew he a f ,. curably afflicted and helpless phys- Quiet minds can not be per- '
;
was in bad and he tried to square ically and far more deeply afflicted plexed or frightened, but go on in ,\

himself. spiritually, this man had no one fortune or misfortune at their '

But for the administration, the who could heal his body and restorehis own private pace, like a clock G

backdown was too late. The dam- a 4j. n Ccr;,{'. _/ soul. 'Apart from the power of during a thunderstorm. R. L. t ,
age had been done, for the amendment 1.;. }:..,/ '.(.).AVJ\A.. lM.V.tNN: JJVN. .WY/A iW. .w..NS 'IiJiMV/fn; God in Jesus Christ his situation Stevenson. I )
in the bill and the lobby's ,d It
was was hopeless and thus he well
in Removing victim from gased area. Victim must be able to grasp may t
pals on the joint committee were class make typify every one of us except for. .
position to stand pat. rescuer about neck as shown. Masked members of the a ,
\ a powerful the grace of Christ. 36TABLETS 201
In this final bitter fight, two Ala- strange sight as they stand about witnessing the demonstration. Furthermore, his circumstanceswere 100 TABLETS )Ed :

bama Democrats and a Michigan Epn 9
such. as to make it impossiblefor
Republican were responsible for the % I Ii
retention of the gravy-train provi- him to get to Jesus, who was ;'
there in
his city. Even when his
sion. They were Sen. John H. Bank- four friends came to his help and ( TSAR RT sIn
head and Rep. Henry B. Steagall of-
[ bore him to the house where Jesus y
Alabama, and Rep. Jesse P. Wolcottof
was, they could not enter because of
Michigan. the crowds. So in
a journey begun r-
As the amendment originated in
hope was evidently to close in de Possession I
the senate, under the rules, it. was
necessary for the house confereesto spair. But wait, these men had "'He- who gets doth much, but he

propose deletion. Steagall, chairman 2. An Undeniable Faith. "Where who keeps doth more. Gaelic

t' of the house group, publicly there's a will there's a way." Where Proverb.
'. red there is faith, the obstacles may be
makes a great show of being a
hot Administrationite. But behind IIIk5vRf; I surmounted. Having begun a good

closed'doors of the committee room ; work they persevered in it. ll Of y@U NOSE i

he adamantly refused to heed Roose- ? Had these men been bound by

velt's pleas for elimination of the convention or custom they would
lobby amendment. ivin never have put their friend at Jesus' \\CLOS $ UP"TON

,y. Backed by Wolcott, who fought the feet. They did try to make a proper

F. vital war bill from the start, and entry through the door, but it was GHT 1
:' with Bankhead running,interference blocked. The way to Jesus is often ; s'

;'. in the senate group, Steagall forced closed, by sole custom, a vain

;;.. the retention :of.the provision. philosophy, or a religious ceremony. -PURPOSE Here's mighty
..' Note: The 'administration's fight Let us, like these believing men, MEDICIUE your good nose news."closes. if i

;r' was made by Sen. Prentiss Brown, open the roof if necessary to bringour r up" tonight andmakes
Michigan Democrat, and Sen. John needs and our needy friends to breathing difficult, put 3-pur-
') : Him. pose Vicks Va-tro-nol up each nostril.
i,: Danaher, Connecticut Republican.
Another Row. w w iGw'w"M''aa'E Mx a.dk.).+ f'xeY7i.t3Mtr!' Although mention is made'only of Va-tro-nol does 3 Important things.
f It (1) shrinks swollen
r;. Wickard's fronting for the farm the palsy of this man, it is probablethat soothes Irritation, (3)membranes relieves transient (2)-
lobby in the price control bill isn't Gas frequently hangs around for If gas persists in hanging around both he and they knew that his nasal congestion. It brings more t ,

,.. the only row he's had on this long periods in low spots., A sniff in low spots, a high pressure stream need was for a double cure, for he comfort, makes breathing easier, thus
kill these boards used will sometimes clear it out Invites sleep.And remember,it helps
score with inner administration may so are of water. was yet in his sins. prevent many colds developing if used .
r'" leaders. to mark gas pockets. as' this decontaminator is doing. They brought him to Jesus, where in time.Follow directions in folder. I

The papers are full of stories ,.,.., their FREE-SEEDS WORTH $1.001 For 7
a about a big crop expansion program 3y.S.N\, packages of Petunias, Zinnias, :Marigolds :
n. Faith Receives Double Re-
4 a
Sweet Peas
Candy-tuft, Morn-
this to meet the food needs of [:
. year ( ward From Christ (vv. 5-12)). ing Glories and :
U. S. war allies. Frequent press re- Balsam Just send '
Jesus "saw their .... I
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Immediately
leases issue from the busy publicity name and address VICKSVATRONOL-: ; ,
, staff of the agriculture departmentabout faith" (v. 5), just as He always to Vicks, Dept. E '
does. God is on the lookout for faith Greensboro, N. C..
grandiose plans.
4-' and is quick to reward it. The two-
The real inside is that Wickard r
I
: t 4S. fold need here brought a double
didn't get busy on these plans until S Strength in ReligionThe

he was practically ordered to do so s' blessing. strength of empire is in re-

by Vice President Henry Wallace as >r,p 1. Spiritual Cleansing. The man'sphysical ligion.-Ben Jonson.
- head of the Economic Warfare j affliction thus proved to be .
board. s'M1 \ his greatest blessing, for it brought. ,

Wallace sent Wickard two sharp him to Jesus, who cleansed him of "..

, letters demanding prompt action to all unrighteousness. If he had not DON'T LET .

: expand crop production and only 3 I been palsied he might never have CONSTIPATIONSLOW

' then did Wickard bestir himself. k"< met the Lord. Suffering, then, may
Certain farm elements are against be a means of grace. That is more YOU UP

crop expansion, on the ground that than a pious platitude, for it has .When bowels are sluggish and you feel
scarcity makes for better prices. 4 S' PI&z: been proved repeatedly in the exist- irritable, headachy and everything you
of and do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
Working through politically minded ence men women.
,
r ;Y. FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewinggum
Triple A officials, who have a lot of Certain scribes "sitting there"they laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
influence with Wickard, the anti-ex- ( were not doing a thing to MINT before you go to bed-sleep with-
panders kept him on the fence until help) began to reason in,their hearts out being disturbed-next morning gentle,
thorough relief, ,helping feel swell
that Jesus was blaspheming be- you
Wallace him
jarred off.
again, full of your normal pep. Try I
Note: Secretly, the AAA politicosalso cause only God can forgive sin. FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy :
had a lot to do with Wickard's Painted with special gas detect- Decontamination squad scrubbing Their theology was faultless and and economical.A generous family supply

endorsement of> the gravy-train ing chemical these boards are set the clinging gas from roof of their their reasoning was logical, but the FEEN.A.MI.NTcoioWNU7

amendment in the price bill. The up at strategic spots. Color f board station. Mustard, gas clings for long premise of their argument wrong. *
AAAers are jealous of Price Administrator changes when is periods unless neutralized. Only God can forgive sin, but Jesusis
gas present. ,
Leon Henderson's authority, God, something which they in
6 42Today's
want to elbow their way into the their wisdom did not realize or ac -

war set-up as big' shots.
cept.We popularity
(especially young ,people in of Doa''s Pills, after
F.D.R. AXES LEWIS school) should be careful that the many years of.worldi ,
wide use, surely must
The inside reason why John L. fluent smoothness of some unbelieving I i be accepted as evidence /,.
Lewis was not named a member of philosopher's logic does not lead .1 of satisfactory use.
f And favorable public
the three-man C.I.O. peace committee us astray, and away from God's opinion supports that
Zwho
was because President Roose- truth.; of the able physicians "
test the value of
velt personally blocked it. djat t rj % a i Y I Note also the solemnizing thought Doaa's under exacting r

When he and C.I.O. President Phil that Jesus knew what they were laboratory conditions

Murray discussed the counter plan thinking; in their hearts. These advertising physicians you, too read, approve, the objective every wordof of

that scuttled Lewis' blitz scheme, I The challenge of these questioning which is only/to recommend Doan's Pills
as a good diuretic for
disorder
Roosevelt advised that the new scribes is met by of the_ kidney function treatment and for relief of -'
A.F.L. and C.I.O. peace committeesbe 2. Physical Healing. Forgiving the pain and worry it causes.
limited to three members each. harder than If more people were aware of how the
sins; was healing the kidneys must constantly remove waste
That would avoid turning the joint 5 '9 irt' jody, but thesE! enemies of Jesus that cannot stay in the blood without injury -

committee into a "mass meeting," lived so much in the realm of the derstanding to health of why there the would whole be body better suffers un

he explained, and also make it eas- physical that He had to give thema when kidneys lag, and diuretic medication ,
ier to keep hostile Lewis out of the a demonstration of His almighty would be more often employed. '
yfs Burning, scanty or too frequent urina- '
picture."If power which they could see. It wasa tion sometimes warn of disturbed kidney \

you have, too large a committee ng Y gracious thing for Him to do, and function., persistent You may headache suffer, attacks nagging of backache dizziness .. I,
Phil," the President added witha perhaps necessary in those'early getting up nights swelling, puffiness -
smile, "you may appoint'Lewis." days of His life and ministry. all played under out.the eyes-feel weak, nervous,

"I guess you're right, Mr. Presi- Today, with all the light of history Use Dean's Pills. It is better to rely on
dent," laughed Murray. upon the work of God, we needto a medicine that has won world-wide acclaim -
Note: Lewis intimates say he beware that we do not sit in known.than Ask on your something neighbor less favorably

would not have ,accepted appoint- ___,_,____n the seat of the scornful and demanda
ment to the committee if it had been "(
physical sign before we will bee ,
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:0.
offered 'him. When gas fumes are so stubborn they will not leave, the only cure lieve.

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sugar Florida is allowed to produce.I have to cease doing business and than fifty percent of a state's !
//1 Senator Pepper Explains have advocated in the last Con- close up, while the mill of the quota. If that amendment were :

. t gress and in this, therefore, thatno United States Sugar Corporation law and later on some reduction '

one person, firm, or corporationbe would continue, protected as before.I in Florida's acreage is necessary;

Stand On Sugar Question allowed to have more than fifty have not thought this fair or because of reduced consumption, I
percent of any state's sugar producing right.I the United States Sugar Corporation 1

t _____________________ acreage, provided there are therefore, 'again in December, would not continue to have
I 0 other persons, firms, or corpora- 1941, tried to get my amendment eighty-five percent of all of Florida's +

STATEMENT CLAUDE'PEPPER BY SENATOR is naturally given to the length of tions ready, willing, and able to into the law limiting any one per- acreage, but would share with 1

time that state has been producing grow sugar cane.A son, firm, corporation to not more (Continued on Page 4)
RE: sugar and its record of pro- few weeks ago the United
SUGAR IN FLORIDAEd. ---------- ------
. I' QUOTAS duction in the past. This always States Department of Agriculture 1

leads to quotas favoring states like suspended all existing quotas for .. ., -- -- .
( Note-While we do not fora -. .- .-- ,
Louisiana and states in the west the period of the emergency. That -
", agree with Senator Pepper 'on his long time engaged in sugar pro- made it possible for'anyone desir-

stand in regard to the sugar situation duction, as against a state like ing and able to do so to grow sugar

of the Everglades, we think it Florida, which is new in sugar cane, or sugar beets at will and to
only fair to give space to his explanation production. market the sugar at will. That is

'", past criticism.of his stand because of International considerations affecting the situation now. No one needs Defense BondsTHE
) Buy
any authority to plant all the sugar
I have done everything in mypower ;,. our relationship with other
cane he, or she, wants to plant.
since I have been in the countries have led the State Department -
the
And except for war regulations
t Senate to get for Florida the rightto and the Administration to
requiring priorities to get materials,
produce and sell all the sugar determine to allow certain quotas
one does not have to consider any-
its people desired to produce. The also to offshore areas, some of
one about building a sugar mill and
Record is which are independent countries,
Congressional adequate manufacturing' sugar and market- DEPOSITS IN
proof of that. There has been like Cuba, while others are our own ing the manufactured.Just .
sugar
10 Florida territories, which the Interior Department -
nearly a % increase in Christmas
before however,
quotas since Senator Andrews andI and the State Department SAVINGS ACCOUNTS \
strenuous
the Congress, over my
consider entitled to treatment sim-
have been in the Senate, we are objection, reenacted for another
glad to say. The House deserves ilar to a state.
three period the law
year sugar
equal credit for what has been done. Another thing which has been which was passed in 1937. That HAVE INCREASED MATERIALLY,

The Sugar legislation, was begun against Florida getting larger does not mean that the quotas are L
l' in 1934 to aid the sugar producers quotas is the fact that one cor- put back into effect during the SINCE JANUARY 1, '1942

of the country who were then poration has produced practicallyall emergency but they will become effective -
-demoralized.: In .1937 the Act was of the sugar produced in Flor- : when the, emergency is overif

renewed and certain increases allowed ida. The United States Sugar Cor- it ends within three years or /
Florida in its quotas. There poration, being the successor to the while the present law is in effect. I WE ARE NOW IN POSITION TO FINANCE -

was more than a dozen states en- company which started largescalesugar At that time I tried my best to get

gaged in large-scale production of production in Florida, today the quotas changed so that if they SEVERAL HOMES IN '
sugar beets in the west and the has approximately 85% of all the ever' were put back into effect fair "

middle west. acreage in Florida engaged in the consideration would be given all CLEWISTON

,. Only one other stateLouisianais : production of sugar cane and it those states and all those people
engaged in the production of manufactures practically all the who shall have gone into the' pro-

sugar cane. The cane area has, sugar manufactured in Florida, but duction of sugar cane, or sugar

:. therefore, had only four Senators ten thousand tons turned out at beets, or built sugar mills duringthe CLEWISTON IS NOW DECLARED A.
: to fight for itt while the beet area Fellsmere, in its sugar mill at emergency, but I was overpowered -
has had more than twenty-four Senators Clewiston. For example, in a recent by the opposition of the
in the Senate; a like situa- year Florida has a quota of 24,000 beet-growing states. DEFENSE AREA

tion has prevailed in the House. A acres of sugar cane; the U. S. Sugar Accordingly, when the emergencyis
combination of the states producing -
Corporation had 20,000 acres,
over, as the law now provides,
sugar beets. the states in which Fellsmere 3,000 acres and 23 pro- the first people to be denied the
COME IN TO 'SEE US IF YOU PLAN
sugar refineries exist, and other ducers 1,000 acres. In no other right to continue to produce sugar ,
states interested in sugar produc- state does one persbn, firm, \ .
any cane, or sugar beets will be those ,
tion constituting a majority of, the than TO BUILDCI.EWISTON
corporation more
or have
whose production began betweenthe .
,_ .
Congress, have determined that seven percent of that states' sugar time of the suspension of 'the ..,: ,: "; :

there shall be sugar legislation. cane, or sugar beet acreage. The quotas and the end of the emerg- '
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I Undoubtedly the sugar producersin United States Sugar Corporation has ency putting the quotas back into :_. ; ::" ', r' :, -
the country as a whole have immensely also received payments from the ., ,. .
effect. The effect of that, for -
gained from the existenceof United States Government in some
example, will be in Florida to leave
the sugar legislation. years exceeding $400,000.00.. These the United States Sugar Corporation -
Naturally there could be no
payments are among the very larg- to continue to produce at least
stability in the price of sugar and est paid to' producer by
any sugar the sugar cane it was growing when
no ment benefits to producers paid by without the 'govern-some the United States Government., the quotas were suspended, while FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

limitation as to the quantity of I have fought for Florida havinga all those beginning to grow 'sugar
larger share in the, production of cane after that time should be
sugar to be produced each year. This
/ driven out of the field entirely, if
leads to the quota system determining the sugar the United States pro-
how much the beet area: can duces and consumes. To be fair .I anybody had to ,get out. The effect LOAN ASSOCIATION "

produce and how much the cane have also advocated ,that a larger further is that if a new mill
area can produce each number of people 'in Florida, and is built in Florida to ,take care of
year.
new production when the ':' .. ,
quotas go ,, '
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real dirt farmers havea - -
particularly -
In the determination of the back into effect the new mill would -- -- ,-. - --- -- -- - -- .- ..
quota of a given state consideration share in the production of the ..


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FADE "FOUR''Senator3'Pepper THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY:. 13,- 1942
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open, from the ,first ,Monday_in :March IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE cause will be taken as confessed I County; Florida. ":-
(March 2nd) to and "including third I, TWELFTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT, OF against you and said cause. shall STATE OF FLORIDA, .
,
Saturday' preceding' first primary THE ,STATE OF FLORIDA; IN proceed ex parte. COUNTY 'OF HENDRY: ti f
I which is (April 18th). .Closes mid- '
night, April 18th:: AND ,FOltJ"q'ENDRY": COUNTY.IN It is further ORDERED that this I HEREBY CERTIFY that the I
(Continued from Page 3) Hours these books arc to be kept Notice to Appear be published 'oncea above and foregoing is a true and F
Other Florida 'growers the reduction Open are from 9:00: A. M. to 12:00: week for four (4) consecutive, weeksin correct copy of the original Notice to !;
CHANCERY., ; 'THE CLEWISTON NEWS,. a' news .Appear'on file in office in' said'l
M. and from 2:00 P. M. .ach day, ,my f! ..
necessary.: Sundays excepted, (Chapter ,, 19663, NO. 934. paper' of general circulation publishedin Causes .' However while 'I cannot guarantee -. Acts of 1939). MORTGAGE'REFORCLOSURE Hendry County, Florida, prior to WITNESS my hand and the seal "[
; 'L. HALL LYKES, BROTHERS INC.. ,, a corporation March 2nd. 1942. of said Court, this 26 day of January I
., anyone who begins to grow I. JOHN of WITNESS my hand and the seal of A. D. 1942! t

sugar cane .or puts up a mill in Hendry Supervlsior'County,Registration Florida.No. Plaintiff V8)1IORnIS -, A.said D.Court 1942.! this 26 day of January, '(Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, f'

Florida ,that I can save them when 139. 3t Jan 29,' Feb 5-12, 1942. SELCOW and MRS. MORRIS as Clerk "-of the Circuit f
(Seal. ) ;WILLIAM T. HULL, Court, In and for Hendry I-
'the: emergency, is over, I believe I SELCOW, his wire, the' unknown as 'Clerk, of the Circuit I County Florid ,.' (',

'lean do so to a large extent, at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE heirs lienors, ,devisees creditors, grantees, trustees, ,assignees or' other, Court, in and for Hendry No. 304 4t. Jan. 30, Feb. 6-13-20, 1942 < i

least, and I will do my dead level TWELFTH JUDICIAL OF CIRCUIT OF claimants by, through, under or It
THE STATE FLORIDA INAND against Morris Selcow and ,Mrs.
best do it. .
to HEXDRY COUNTY.IN
FOR
Morris Selcow, his wife, who are
I, therefore want to see everyone not known to be dead or alive, etc.,

who is able to grow sugar cane CHANCERYNO. et al.,
Defendants.
in Florida ''get production under 935.NOTICE

way ,as soon as possible. I hope CITY OF CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, XOTICE TO APPEAR I

also that someone will build another Petitioner;
Florida. I will vs. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
sugar mill in THE STATE OF FLORIDA, GREETINGS: a. "
oppose the building of another mill Defendant. MORRIS SELCOW and MRS.

by the United States Sugar Corporation To the Taxpayers and Citizens of MORRIS S E L COW, his wife; ,-
the City of Clewiston, in Hendry ALL PARTIES CLAIMING. IN-
directly or indirectly, butI County, Florida, and all others TERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDEROR
have In mind no person, firm, or whom it may conern: AGAINST MORRIS SELCOW and I
build You. and each of you. arcs hereby MRS. MORRIS SELCOW, his wife,
corporation as the one to a notified that a petition has been filed who are not known to be dead or

sugar ,mill. I simply do not be- by the City of Clewiston, Florida, alive: ALL PARTIES CLAIMING IN- I II

lieve it wholesome, or fair, that seeking to validate and confirm 4 TERESTS BY THROUGH, UNDER /hfd/kINL ,
rer: cent interest bearing electric and OR AGAINST SOL BRODSKY, Who is
one corporation should completely water revenue certificates of said Cityin deceased; AND ALL PARTIES HAVING :
dominate the growth and produc- the principal sum of $175,000.00, OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY
January 1st, 1942, to be Issued pur- i RIGHT TITLE, OR INTEREST IN I
the State of Flor-
tion of sugar in suant to the proceedings of the Com- AND TO ,THE PROPERTY, HEREIN
:ida, and as long as that condition mission of said City for the purpose of DESCRIBED: '

ccontinues, I shall oppose it. paying ,the cost of acquiring a water- It appearing by appropriate allegations .
works system and electric power and of the ,sworn Bill of Complaintfiled
I have no ax to grind. I have, light system, which said systems after in the above entitled cause that .
"no one to punish. I have no per-' being acquired by said City shall be Morris Selcow and Mrs. Morris Sel r I
whatsoever in the combined and operated as a single cow his, wife, after diligent search \ .
:sonal interest system and paying the cost of reconstructing and Inquiry, are not known by Plain- _'I I IIII ':;;
matter, but as long as I' representthe extending, enlarging and tiff to be dead or alive, and after iI
State of Florida in the Senate, improving said combined system, and diligent search and inquiry,. Plaintiff l 1. .,. '
are to be payable as to both principal believes, that there are persons who
I am going to try, ,to ,represent all and Interest from revenues of are or may be interested in the sub- '

the people and not any one person, said system.' ject matter of this suit whose names, AIRCONDITIONED.) i
You, and each of you, are hereby after such diligent search and inquiry '
:firm corporation.I
or charged with notice of the contentsof are unknown: to Plaintiff, and I ,
know that we would have got; said petition, and further notified that 'said unknown parties claim asheirs' k' ,,

ten in Washington a larger quota that said petition filed in this court, devisees, grantees, assignees, < .
as aforesaid, will be heard before the lienors, creditors, trustees or other ;
for Florida ,from Members of Congress Honorable Judge of said court In claimants by through, under or 4 I : <
if they, had "no't been able to the 'Courthouse irk Fort Myers, Flori- against said defendants above named, on/o, : :
da,' on the 23rd ''day of February, who are not known to be dead or T I
they always
to
it us as
throw '
up 1942, at ten o'clock, A. M., and you, alive, and are, necessary parties defendant :
have done that if Florida got any and each ,of you,, are hereby notified to this suit: and that said 'J
.additional quota practically all of and required to appear at the' time defendants ,above named who are not Dependable, Service. / I
and place aforesaid to show cause, known to be dead or alive are allegedto j '
it: went to one big corporation.It if any you have, or if any there be, be over the age of 21' -years; and ''Low Fares

,is in the interest, therefore, why said electric and water revenue it further appearing by appropriate . .--
certificates should not be validatedand allegations of the.sworn'Bill\ of Complaint '
of larger quotas ,for the, State ,as awhole confirmed In conformity .with, ,the filed in the above entitled : ;

as well 'as' larger quotas,''and prayer set forth, In said,."petition, and cause' that. Sol Brodsky is deceased, Travel >via'.Florida Motor Lines,MAIN LINEo. all Florida :; I
for the that, I pursuant to the laws of the Stateof and after diligent search and inquiry ,' ,'_
: quotas growers
new Plaintiff'' believes that"'there and the;North r
;Florida in such case made and are .l ,;'
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.have (;followed the course' I have f DI;* provided.IN persons ,who are or may be interestedin ", rI I

Sowed on this subject.: I want tote WITNESS WHEREOF, I, have the: subject matter of., this suit Northbound ::.3 i
hereunto set my hand and affixed whose names, after' such diligent Lv..CANAL POINT ". 4.55AM; I 1:25 PM .
helpful to this great industry the official seal of the above entitled search and inquiry, ,'are unknown t I IAr I
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Ar.TAMPA ; ; . I IOOAM-; PM :' Costs Less than ,: .
iin Florida in any possible way, andI court, at LaBelle, Florida, this 29th Plaintiff, :and the said unknown,, par .LAKElAND ,r.. .. . 9:10AM 5:50PM Driving. ,.
,
: am going to make it greater as day of January, 1942. ties 'claim as, heirs devisees, grantees, Ar.ORlANDO . 10:50: AM 7:45' PM ,, f"i 'F'- Rowed. "
.(Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, assignees, lienors,' creditors, trusteesor Ar. JACKSONVILLE ". 3:15 PM11:45 ,PM t Way ; Trip.., .
Florida so richly deserves. -' Clerk" 'of' the Circuit Courtof other claimants ,by, through, underor Ar.TALLAHASSEE '. 4:45 PM 12:59 AM MIAMt. $ 1.65 $ 3.00' ,

the Twelfth Judicial against" ,,Sol Brodsky whor'is deceased Ar.LAKE CITY ;_. 2:15'PM'' LIOAM JACKSONVILLE. 4.70' 8.50'
and that they'
are necessary
April will be convention time at Circuit Florida, of in and the for.State Hendry of parties 'defendant 'to this suit:. that Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 P.4 TAMPA 2.80," 5.05 '

'West Palm ,Beach, with the Flor- County. this 'suit is brought ,In. the Circuit Ar. JACKSONVILLE. . 3:45 AM' 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35'' 4.25 '} M ML
Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof S'- ORLANDO' 2.95 5.35 '
3t; Jan. 30 Feb.: 6-13
1942.
:ida State Horticultural Society contention <
the State of' Florida, in 'and for DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLA- TALLAHASSEE 6.2S'11.2S : -
scheduled for April 18-19, Hendry County in Chancery, by HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95 ,'
'and the Florida State Medical Association LYKES ,BROTHERS INC., a corpora- 'FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST: ATLANTA- 8.40 15.15 ;
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,NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR tion, against MORRIS SELCOW and MACON '.' 7.2S 13.05 i
meeting April 12-16. TAX DEED MRS. MORRIS SELCOW, ''his wife; the Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80' 10.45 ;

-' unknown heirs> devisees, grantees, Lv. CANAL POINT' .- 5:20'PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.SS'
(Senate Dill No.' 163)' assignees, lienors, creditors; trustees, Ar. MIAMI,." ; . 8:50 PM 2:30AM NEW'ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That or' other claimants by, through, underor CHICAGO ., 17.90 32.25Lv. I
,against Morris Selcow and Mrs.
Cary C. Carlton, holder of Certificates Refunding NEW YORK 15.85 28.55
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No. 882, 883, 885, 886, 887, 889, 890 Morris Selcow, his, wife, who are MIAMI . : '10:00 AM, 2:00AM: I,
Hendry County' is required to have not known to be dead ''or alive, etc., '
issued the 7th day of, September, A.D. CANAL'POINT . 1:25P.M 4:55 AM ( ', ;:
:a re-registration this year on accountof 1931, has filed same in' et al., Defendants, and that said suit ; t
office
the 'Legislative Acts of 1941. my and is for. the purpose of reforclojsing .
(Chapter 20,491, Acts of 1941.) to has be made issued application thereon. Said for a certificates tax deed that certain mortgage upon the land DR.. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'SDRUG' STORE, ,
DISTRICT REGISTRATION BOOKS embrace described in the Bill. of Complaintand ;
the following described PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
open from the First Monday In Febu- erty in; the of prop- upon the following described ". 't
:ary (February 2nd) and close first Florida, to-wit County Hendry Stateof property lying, being, and situate in
,Monday in March (March 2nd). : of : the County of Hendry, State of Florida -
SE&
Section 31, SW'/i of CCFN
Hours these books are to be kept to-wit:
open are from 9:00: A. M. to 12 :M. Section 33, Township \T S, Range, ,
34 E Section i, 46
; Township South,
and from 2:00. P. M. each week day. '
and one night each week until 9:00P. : Nfc of Section 2, SV> 'of Sec 3, Range 33 East. C
M. at some convenient place in N% Section 4, NE& Section 6, It'is therefore ORDERED that You ,
the election district. (Chapter 19663, S1and NW& Section 9, Town- and each of you above named and
Acts of 1939). ship 48 S. Range 34 E. designated Defendants and all par- fS'
wry __
},'ovo' t Nei'L a ___
District No. One, Clewiston, at The assessment of the 'said property ties claiming' interests by, through,
Alston's DrugStore, Parker T. Wilson under the said certificates issued was under or against the above named
District Registration Officer. in the name of Tatom Bros. Corp. and designated Defendants, and all ;:"i
District No. Two, East LaBelle, at Unless said certificates shall be redeemed parties having or claiming to have
Jennings Store, Mrs. Irma Jennings, according to law, the prop- any right, title or interest in and :
District Registration Officer. erty described therein will be sold to the property hereinabove described ,,
District No. Three, West LaBelle, to the highest bidder at the court and you and at Green's Service Station, Roy A. house door :on the first Monday in hereby required to file an appearancein
Green. District Registration Officer. the month of March, 1942, which is this proceeding, to-wit, in the ,
District No. Four, Denaud, at Post the 2nd day of :March, 1942. above entitled Court and cause on ; .n .
Office, Mrs. Clyde Crawford, District Dated this 2nd day of February, :March 2nd, A. D. 1912, the same being : ; )
Registration Officer. 1942. the Rule in ni
day said month, with the '
District No. Five, Felda, at Mrs. (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, Clerk of said Court at the Court .8 .
"Wood's home, Mrs. Nancy Wood, Dis Clerk: Circuit Court of House in the City of LaBelle, Hendry .
trict Registration Officer. Hendry County, Florida. County, Florida, and in default thereof ,
COUNTY REGISTRATION BOOKS 4t. Feb. 6-13-20-27, 1942. the Bill of Complaint in said .
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. Installment Fifteen Vince scribbled it with a sigh. He "So?" Realtor" know, we have just Bim-Oh, you mustn't blame ,

t still was feeling the effect of Jacque "Yes. I don't think I care to discuss the house you want-without a me for my ancestors. "j 1

.', f "I guess I'll be trotting along, line's astounding news, felt baffled it here, Larry. I think it would flaw. Tim-I don't. I blame them for .

.; \ Skipper,". Vince told his daughter. and helpless."Don't be better if we were to go to Vince Prospect-But. what will we you. ..',

"Not yet. It's not eleven. I want worry, dear. I'll be per- and all talk it over together. I told walk on?

c": to know something ."' fectly all right," Jacqueline assured him about us. I.had to to A worm will turn, but what's

ry "Well?" him when she was ready to leave. keep him from coming." Patience Plus the ,odds-it's the 'same on both '

p : "Where ,are you and Larry going "There 'are some books over therein "I see." Larry's gaze and voice Traffic Policeman-You've been ends. 1,
sitting here in'your car for three 9
I ? the case. Cigarettes in the desk. level. Quiet.

.1 "Why, back to the farm as Please stay until I come in were"Would you like to take me home hours, and you 'say you're just He Got It! '.';;
'.j ,', tar I know." even if it's late." waiting for a man. '
as now?" Friend-That wasn't a very big aOo' :
Motorist-Yes
"Direct?" "I still don't like ." officer, I'm wait- count of daughter's wedding in a
t.' "I'm sorry, Jack. I can't do that.I ing for either of the'gentlemen your _
'.,' ... "Why You're getting sort of "Nonsense!" She tried to laugh. have something I must attend to the papers. -
who the in front of
; curious aren't The excitement of ,the night's ad- own car me or Doddy-No; the big account was sent
you, Skipper? and frankly, I don't care to be the car behind me. J
to nje.
W "Yes, I am, Vince," she said ear- venture was making itself felt, buoying seen in where I might be rec- <
her up. "Can't a woman go out .
nestly. "But I have a reason. Won't ognized. '\!
you please tell me just whatyou'regoing and find her husband'without stir- '
"I thought so, she answered cold-
to do tonight?" ring up such a fuss?" ly. "But you were perfectly willingto Your 1942 Income Tax Guide

"Sure! But I don't know. Larry Vince only'stared at her as she take Vince into wherever I I

asked me to meet him. Said he was opened the door and blew him a you're going." .i

going ." parting kiss. He was beyond words.In ,
"Yes and no. I'll be glad to geta ;
"Where?" the semi-darkness of her retreat for taxes on real estate and many s
cab for you. YOUR INCOME TAX r '.
"I don't know." Vince's voice took she tried to ponder the situ other expenses. And dependents? ;
.
. Jacqueline's
"Larry
eyes "
Personal t
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exemption
tion i
on a stubborn tone. "After all, calmly.All
"I don'tknow
suddenly were beseeching.
r "-, that's Larry's business. I'm only that really mattered tonightwas what it's all about. But I'm Weekly TAX (APPROXJ *
taking orders." to save' Vince from any unto- Income Our 32-page booklet explains simply just
afraid. Please don't go! I've how to figure Income '
Single Married' your new tax whether :.:
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Jacqueline was thinking fast now. ward complications. It was her tried not to ask questions.: I don't on the new or the old form. Lists i

.' Vince had.shown his hand, in a way. place now to shoulder any fresh difficulties want to interfere really ,I deductions and exemptions gives exam "

He knew more,about what was afoot arising from her associa- don't. But there's something wrong.I .$15 $ 1 $ 0 pIes of correctly worked-out forms. Has "
information for business and ;1
professionalmen
e than he was admitting; that, or hey tion with Larry. It'did not occurto "
.
feel' it! farmers, single and married people. :;
/=,- : was following Larry in a blind fash- her to wonder, or care, what The expression of'Larry's face did 25 46 0 Send your order to: .I
ion. "Taking orders." That didn't his reaction to all this would be.

quite sound like Vince, easy-going as If he still wished to preserve his not change. 30 68 3 READER-HOME SERVICE ,
be about
to tragic
he was always. All the old fears air of reticence about his:doings, it "Nothing my 635 Sixth Avenue New York City : .1
dear. Come and stroll out to the .
came trooping back. was his own affair. But he was on 35 89 22 Enclose 15 cents in coins for your : '....:
car with me. We'll.try to straighten copy of YOUR 1942 INCOME TAX I _:'
There was still some reason toy things out. But not in here, if.you i GUIDE. :;

believe that Larry was doing's9me don't mind. I'll be with you as soon 45 134 67 Name ............................... J
things without the law intended
'y;. or I' as I pay my check." Address eo..............:..eo.....eo. ,

Ft a-. to.Larry was marking time, waiting The roadster stood in deep shad- 55 183 112

.' '.:. ; for any suspicion to die down before ows, with no other cars near it. Lar- .;
51 New York's Harlem
helped Jacqueline in then seated
,
9 ry
he did what? Perhaps this
himself beside her. a convenient guide to The 250,000 Negro inhabitants of :'
the HERE'S
was night he had been waiting .
. : for. And he was taking the un- "Jack, I wish I could tell you your new incometax. the Harlem section of New York

suspecting Vince into it with him. what it's all about But there's It's based on the new, simpli- city actually constitute only 48 per .

": Vince was all she had. She must too much at stake. I've waited too fied income tax form, butyoumay cent of its total population. Spanish -

risk anything and everything to keep long to have anything slip now." pay LESS tax than this Harlem contains 120,000 people "

'- I him out of trouble. You're all wrong in thinking that I shows. You may deduct for contri- and Italian Harlem contains ;

; Vince settled into deep silence fora was planning to let Vince in for any- I butions to the U.S.O., Red Cross 150,000 people, the latter being, incidentally ;

moment. He was deep in thought. thing. I thought I might need his I and similar organizations. You the most,densely popu-

When he roused himself, it was to services as a driver, that's all.:" [ may deduct for a, loss by theft, lated section of Manhattan.

.' .. declare, "I've got to see Larry right "Larry you're going out to
old home aren't ?" .I
away. your you I
"You can't, Vince!" "Yes."
'
"Why?" "And you wanted Vince to bring

i : "Because I won't let you. You your car back, in case ."

;- don't know what you're running into "There's no use in trying to hide

and I tell you I won't let you go! You anything from you, I see. I thoughtI

can't! You're'all: I've got now ." might want him to do an errand

: x .... "There, there. You mustn't get ex- for me at Rannie's house."

cited. And I've got to go. I'll be "So that Mr. Hicks would know

.) late, first thing! ,I know.,... You go to something' had ,happened 'to you."
sleep and forget it." He picked up
But is
"Perhaps. nothing going
his "I'm going: with you, she
hat.
3 repeated stubbornly.not to happen to me. Now will you let
With a spring, Jacqueline was out
me take you part way home .
of her chair. She placed her back going to drag Vince into any put you into a cab?"
>' :- against the door leading to the hall. fresh difficulties.All "No."

Her face was pale, but determined.Her .
these reflections were still in Jacqueline was thinking rapidly.

dark eyes wide, dry. a chaotic muddle when the 'cab There was a clutch of fear at'' hei-

"Vince, you're not going to meet came to a sudden standstill. heart remembering that man

: a;r Larry"Who's Cutter going!" to ?" "Hayner's, ma'am." The, driver they saw guarding Fairlawn. She Eating CustomsAt ground, while the same number,
; stop me
reached back and opened the door. suddenly realized that she was all of which to the
of all the not belong
There was a brittle edge to his voice. least one-third
rg Jacqueline alighted in some trepi- thinking of Larry in much the same I
"I am. I have the right tol"! people in the world'still eat their same races or countries, eat with
dation and looked about her. The terms as she had thought of Vince.It .
"Right?" He .stared at her won- meals while sitting on the floor or their fingers.
, 4 roadhouse stood apart from other was 'not the matter' of, wrong-
deringly. "What ?
right buildings. Fortunately, it was doing. But danger. The danger had
. "I I'm Larry's wife!"
y
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brightly lighted and had an air of taken a very definite shape now. Her .c y R
The that
his
news daughter was quiet respectability mouth was dry. She had to moistenher
married to Cutter seemed ,
Larry to
? "Please wait here just a moment," lips before she. could speak.
almost stun Vincent, Anthony.
Jacqueline said. "I am looking fora "Larry!"
"You you're married to
friend. If. they are not here, "Yes, Jack?"
SENDING
; i Larry .? he managed length. ]
; ".
: F.-; :. I may wish to go back at once. "I'm going with you. \
"Yes Vince.
: '. "Okay, ma'am." Larry Cutter would have given a '! t: {" HIM CAMELS
"But if you're his wife .
Unpleasant visions of entering a great deal to read ,the expressionin
Vince's brain ,
,k seemed to be functioning
barroom or something, of that sort his wife's eyes when she made THEY'RE
again. "If you're his wife
. assailed Jacqueline as she walked that little announcement. He sat in
why don't know .
you every- quickly up the gravel path and silence for a moment, then said
thing?
: IN THE SERVICE
stepped on the porch. Drawing' slowly:
"Because I promised I wouldn'task.
deep breath, she pushed the door "It's no good, Jack. You figure
; And he's been unwilling to tell. -
r F : At first, I didn't think it mattered open and peered in. that if you stick with me I won'tgo. ,, */ \ > S

;,: much. That it wouldn't hurt. anybody There were very few guests at Of course I can't put you out
; but But when the small tables with their red and of the car unless I have to.
i t' me. you came
back/ ." white cloths. And there was Larry But I have to see this through to-

"Then you and Larry have never only a short distance away.A night."

; lived together, have you?" half finished stein of beer was in "I'm going with you," she- repeated -

1 "No. I'll tell you all about it front of him. He was smoking his stubbornly. :

when we have time. Nobody knows pipe and idly marking the 'back of a "Then I'll have 'to. tell you why

.anything about it." menu with a pencil stub. As Jac- you can't,.my dear. You've guessed

"And him telling me he was in queline stepped inside the door, right. I'm going out to Fairlawnand

love with you '. ." Vince mur- he glanced up and saw her. I'm going into that house. Thereis +

": mured helplessly. "I" don't get it." Pushing back his.chair so suddenly something there I must try to
"
t- Jacqueline had herself in hand that he almost overturned it, Lar- find." ;

now."You'll. ry came striding to meet her. "Does it belong to you, Larry?" SPECIAL CARTONfor

have to let me straightenthis "Jack !J" he exclaimed in a "That's a question. It may not .

out, Vince. I told you I had low tone. "Where did you come 'even be in existence. But I owe men in the service ,...,..

the right. Now, you know I have. from?" it to someone to take the chance.To .

I'm going to meet Larry tonight and "I'd like to speak to you a few a man who's been dead a good Your dealer has Camels

have an understanding. I will not minutes, Larry," she told him com- many years." already wrapped with

let you take the risk of getting into posedly enough. "Oh you mean your father."

..... any trouble or hurt. Where "Of course! How did, you get "Yes," was the grim reply. "I complete instructionsfor
.
t' will I find him?" here? Won't you sit down with me aim to square an old account for mailing

"See here, Skipper. Larry won't ace is perfectly all him tonight."

F like it. He's depefiding' on me. You right," seeing her glance about "But, Larry, wouldn't the man

k- know, I can drive his car'and ?" questioningly. who owns the house now let you look

f: "He can drive his own car to- "I came in a cab. It's out front." for what you want? If you explainedit

night," Jacqueline said calmly. "That's all right. My car is was your father's?' in
Post
-:- "But what's he going to say?" parked behind the house. Wait herea A grim laugh was her answer. Actual sales records l'

: "I'' will see him and talk to him. second and I'll tell your man he "You're slipping, Jack. Didn't you Exchanges, Sales Commissaries

You, won't have to. I would rather needn't wait. I'll see that '
t you get see that fence? And the gentleman Ship's Stores, Ship's
you stayed here until I came back.I home safely." prowling around?" and Canteens
Service Stores
want to talk to him alone." When Larry returne'd, he seated }
"But, Skipper can't himself and "Then you can't possibly get in show that with men in the a
f you go there asked, "May I order there, Larry. You might get. Y
alone. It's out on the edge of something for you?" hurt!" Army, the Navy, the Marines -
town. I'll have to go. with you." "No, thank you. I'd rather not
"I'm not worrying over that, my and the Coast Guard
"Never mind. I'm used to ,
going stay. '
I dear. It will be more serious if
about alone. I'll take a taxi at the "Where's Vince?" was his next the favorite cigarette is
I'm caught. I'll be sent up for tres-
corner and ask the driver to wait quick question. "Nothing has hap- ; pass, burglary and whatnot. Unless
for me .at least until I know pened to him, has there?"

everything is all right." She crossedto "No. Vince is all right." i, to drag my it pocketbook out in the is courts.long enough If 1 THE CIGARETTE OF

the desk and came back with pen- "I was, expecting him to meet me
can lay hands on what I want' C A M E L
cil and a bit of paper.uWrite the here tonight." : Well, I won't have to bother about COSTLIER TOBACCOS
address so there won't be any mis- "I know. I wouldn't let him I that."
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take. "
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THE COTWISTON NEWS FRI'DAY, FEBRUARY, 1942 :
PAGE SIX
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. There is no bravery, no heroism, no ...N....N.N.H.N.H:--:..:..:..:..:..: :N:N:N:N N:N:N:..:N N N:N:N:--:N NON N:N N N:1i N:-:N N:N:N: :N M:N:N:N:N:N:Y.).' :tN .
The Clewiston News I-.N N..H..N..N.N.H.N.N:NN, :NrNN NNNN, :NNNNM NH: gallantry more, 'supreme than that ..t.. x: .,.,.'l
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which is displayed by every man j
: on Singapore Island. Their braverywas .t. TOO LATE TO : '.
RAMBLINGS
Published every Friday in Clewiston, .;;. .
needed more.
not enough-they
NEWS, !
Florida, by .the CLEWISTON .i. .}
Tnc. By B. B. men, more guns, more supplies and .i..t. .

:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..: ..:. most of all airplanes.In 't.'t... ( J CLASSIFY : ;
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KEATHL.EV BOWDKtf, Editor the Philippines, \
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story. General Douglas MacArthurand .. r '.-. X :
Letters from our boys in service ,
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his army, have written a supremely .
second class mail matterFebruary from San Diego, California .t.
Entered as week are
this .
1 1927 at the Pest Office in glorious chapter in the his- .t. By RUSSELL KAY l
of where Charles Turner .t. ; ,
Clewiston 'Florida, under the Act tory of America's fighting men. We .t. .
March 3, 1807.SubncrfpUon writes to express appreciation for cannot too deeply appreciate nor too .t. President Florida Press Association ;X 1\
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the home town newspaper. "Seeingthe have done ............................ . .. ......... .................. ............................... ..............................:. ; .
Per Vcnr. names of people that I know highly praise what they .........................!........................_........:.:....................u..u.u.' .......... ..........................................!....................
Rate $2.00 their
and are doing. With very I
Advertising Rates On Application. makes me feel that I am not" so very lives they are buying moments, .The.Florida Fair swung into its every direction are lined solidly with i
far from home, after all. Charles hours, and days for the rest of second week with a record that cars that bear license tags ''from 't .

says the navy life is a real life.. us-precious time, if we but use more than justifies the good judg- every state and, practically every
Devoted of Clewlston to the advancement and Hendry and County.welfare You get up at 5:00: o'clock and go it to advantage. Theirs is not an ment of officials in deciding, to hold county.

to bed at 9:00, but. you get usedto easy death. Facing a firing squad the event despite the war. Althoughthe Evident, too, is the fact that people i

it, and after a time you can tell, would be a simple sacrifice com- weather was too cool for com- have more money this year and -

MEAXBER.FLORIIU that it is good for you. He says pared to the hell through which fort the first three days, a surpris- are more inclined to spend it. Con r '

PRESS ASSOCIATION t thk11c ;\ the navy is really swell and if a they suffer and struggle. We must ing number of visitors turned out, cessioners all report good business i' "

ALFbrToR1ALAssoC1AIlON person has any ambition at all, he not let 'the,. sacrifice of a single man and with warmer weather towardthe while the midway of the Royal -
1941PEPPER'S can sure go places. Folks in Cahfornia be in vain. end of the week the crowds American Shows is jammed with '_ '

are behind the boys 100 per- Men in the fighting lines and. steadily increased to record an at- the various shows and rides prov- I it

cent, says Charles, and that makes those preparing for the fighting tendence equal to normal years. ing more popular than ever. (

STAND them feel good. Anyone in uniformcan lines are amazed at the lethargyof While I have been identified with Thrill hunters and entertainment }
go to aU., S. O.: club and havea the I seekers find this year's Fair offer- t
believe that every average American citizen. the enterprise for the past 25 years,
we and"meet
Because swell time nice people
to be heard we They wonder that our' civilian defense I can't recall a time when county ing all that anyone could ask for,, 1t
person has a right who seem to show a real interestin
this week to the ,.I preparations drag along exhibits have equalled those presented with automobile racing; Jimmie :
are giving space the boys. Charles' address is. '
Claude Pepper slowly. War is a grim business, this year.' County and Home Lynch and his Death Dodgers, and ;
statement of Senator Company 41-219, U.S.N.T.S., San
his stand on the sugar and we have but to remember Demonstration agents have outdone Frank Wirth's outstanding stage- f
relative; to
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in Florida. We hope that Diego. events of the present war to know themselves witn the striking and impressive show "Thumbs Up. ,r: .
situation Dick Redditt, who spent a win- Service men by the thousands It. ,
read this statement for, to that no matter where we live "it displays of the variety of
all will who know something about ter here with .the Beardsleys and at- can' happen here." After it beginsto I products native to their particular packed the grounds on Military Day ;c

those certain discrepancieswill tended Pahokee High School, is. also happen there is no time to pre- sections. Not only are such exhibits when the gates were thrown open
the situation, in San Diego. Dick is in' radio to 'them without but their I
charge
,
stand out like sore thumbs. pare, ourselves. If submarines can better than ever ,before but- more .1
First the Senator again calls at- work an'd is (as he expresses it) sneak close to our shore and sink counties are represented.The attendance was not limited to this :
saddled with the job of super- particular day for they could be
our vessels has been
as happeningin :
to the tremendously large general belief that the tire
tention
benefit payments which have been visor of the base radio station for the Atlantic, an aircraft carrier situation would prevent, many from ](I seen throughout the grounds in i if.
marine aircraft, group '11...' "Itisn't could come in just as close and large numbers each day and even t
paid by the government to the Unit- using their cars and thus limit at- !
too difficult, but the hours are we'd ing. s 1''
find planes could drop bombson : _
ed Slates Sugar Corporation, "in tendence' from distant points, has
exceeding $400,000." long; it is'jnteresting, and we are .the Florida coast just as easilyas proved a myth, for parking lot' Most of these young men were : t ;a
some years I
From no other senator have we ever learning quite a lot, he writes. those fell on Pearl Harbor. operators report the best business from other states and all of them, i

heard any complaint as to the Dick. expects to take a physical Surely if we can send our sons' they have experienced for several were amazed at the exhibits they t

amount of benefit payments receivedby examination for flight training at to fight for 'us, we can do our part years, :while streets for blocks in found and for the first time gaineda
this 'company and the only times, Pensacola in a few days, and is already here at home. America must rea- real idea of the resources of 'Flor- .

we believe. that it has been men- planning to sign up for lize that this IS a long-drawn out ida. Many came into my office requesting "
another four years "cruise" if he struggle that situation literature of
; our will descriptive
tioned in Congress are when Senator I sources count to the fullest. He
Pepper, Florida's senator, mentionsit. gets into flight training. Dick says not be relieved in a few months needs a healthful civilian army at the Fair to send their folks back f

,And he fails also to call attention the country is very beautiful, partof time; that we must conserve all, home on careful guard. He needsa home, and it'is safe to assume that
to the fact that this same it reminds one of Florida. He that is now within our bordersfor people with the high morale thousands of letters' 'were written t
has even more of the alphabet in our transportation will to relatives and friends telling of t
systems
corporation, which has been drawing which comes from the knowledge ,.
his address, which' is Sgt. Richard need every inch of the interesting things they saw and
or pound
this supposedly tremendous space that' we are doing our part and are ;
l
N'and
benefit payment, has consistently C.11. Redditt, S. S. 11. MAG of tonnage for the necessary war ever on the alert. We must do all the information they gained by these "I
N.A.S. North Island, San "
opposed such payments, perferringthat Diego, California.The supplies. of ,these things as a part of' our marvelous State Fair'exhibits..

the growth of cane be not sub Uncle Sam needs our dollars I I normal, daily lives, and do them As usual, Earl Brown presented '
sidized and 'every grower permitted boys all think letters from which we give in taxes; he needs'f NOW, so that: they become a partof a masterpiece for the Florida Nat-
what he wished. He folks back home are the bright the of I', routine. We do ional Exhibit which '
to grow use more of, our dollars our every day occupies an entire -
could also say that the corporationis spots to look forward to. That through our purchase of defense I I not need'' any frenzy or' hysteria, building and brings home folksa

giving up more, in indirect pro- should be enough hint for you read- stamps and bonds. He needs for but a calm facing 'of the important taste of the type of exhibits this i

cessing taxes each year than they ers, especially. when we print ad- us to 'make every bit of our re- I I['I facts and a resolution to meet them. (Continued, on page 10) ,

get back in benefits but he fails to, dresses of the boys from time to i
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mention this.Secondly !- t'.
he says that there are .
now no quota restrictions and that To many of us who have never .,..... '. ". : : ,
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anyone can 'plant as much'cane .as "daylight saving time"and /: /;; '.., := >
they like and, if they can build a therefore 'had nothing to jump .u. % r'Z' '/ ?.,.,"m" ,>.,....... "f. ,.,'" :. ..-:. .'. '-<" .: .,::.',-I I.:.,-.:' :.' :, ;n' .. 1_<<. ,.?. ...,.. e'"n, ."'
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forward anhQur // /; / ; ":w J. '.>f,,' .. ." :,. ..::
mill, process as much as they like. except radio pro- "rtf. l' l.r. .
Sugar mills are not syrup mills, grams, this has been a week of adjustment ,.A{...:...:::::::::: w./. .<\ -'\;: i: ': .

Senator, and cannot be erected in Some of the wives just ; .i -i. .\.. ; .'.' ..' _.
a "day ready to' process the cane seem to sleep and let hubby get up : @"/ 9'1'.g / /. //:?// '.. '.:.:. ,
that is. raised this year. .Even if it'I and go forth sans breakfast. Some ': :;: ?& ; W'; tI

were possible to erect a processing other ambitious souls get up and / /# :: /%; '; :

plant within a year there would I I dutifully prepare breakfast.' and then I \.:.L. .y,! '.'j .,1.' 1 ,

still be no one willing to plant' a I after hubby leaves sit down and :, ........... / % ,
large acreage to cane ,when it is wait for daylight'to begin the day's \...:;,.J.1'; u Ji / RIGINATOR :. .

possible and entirely probable that I work. Perhaps the most incon- '." ; 7 v { '':

in a year or two or three that the venienced by the arrangement are i ......./......""""" ,' ._. .
quotas will again be imposed and the babies whose mothers tried to :'. !
their investment lost. Sugar cane slip bottle time along with the .'

is not an annual. Few growers expect clock and keep the household routine -I '' ...:; .,

to make any great margin of on schedule. We'll all soon be .' 1

profit the first year. It is the fact used to it, but at present the mornIngs :< and outstanding leader of the <'. ... "; .

that its growth continues from threeto are too, short and the, after t. .
seven years which makes' it a ,'noons too long. Breakfast comes ;.. :"

profitable crop. in the dark and supper in daylight, r

The Senator says that the new and we are just" a trifle mixed up. I tAR CONSERVATION < :

quota law
was imposed again in ,
December "over my strenuous ob- Major Burdiclc agrees with Rob- \

jection" and that despite his great ert Burns that the best-laid plansof '

effort he was unable to get any mice and men "gang aft agley 1 c 7 ,
consideration for those who planted BO this week we find there is sti'll

cane and erected mills duringthe wanted urgently a furnished houseor PLANu

emergency, when the quotas are apartment. If you have, one up
again put into effect. This would, your sleeve, it would be the' ideal ,

he declared, drive any new; mill out moment to reveal' it. We all heaved r- CONSERVE :
while a sigh 'of relief TRANSMISSION;
the sugar corporation wouldbe when we learned ,
"protected as before." This was Mrs. Burdick and Sally had Designed to keep America's cars serving :; :

why he had attempted to prevent reached America safely and wish
any one company from producingmore I them every happiness here. for the duration. To prolong the life of "": '" '

than fifty per cent of the -- ,
state's, total. ; If we remember cor- .It always puzzles us that the I your car-to avoid many major repair bills
rectly the sugar corporation has had beautiful oak trees here choose / '
different '
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a:: -to protect your pocketbook-to :-
little "protection"of any sort. They times tOt. come out in their preserve \" ; "-

have taken'' an industry which was nice spring leaves. Of course the motor See )_ '
your car transportation. .
on its last your :
legs and made it one of two in front of our house are the .
the state's greatest potential industries last 'in line. We.get Chevrolet 4: '
impatient dealer today for full details of '. '
: They have fought, at when the others are so lovely and -.'

every effort at expansion, the re- ours are still nearly bare, but when ( Chevrolet's original "Car Conservation aj : "

strictions of the U. S. Government.And the leaves bud out a couple of ,
for pioneering 'and' developinga weeks later they are so lovely we Plan," and keep your car serving F( VICTORY < t

great industry for the state they forgive ,them everything. # ,
have been accused by one of our well by keeping it well serviced., J ', BUY I :
uN reo r
own senators of
creating a monopoly; ,. STATES I ,'.
and have had his antagonism in- doing so.. So the country ULFLNSLDONDS '
goes on
stead of his co-operation. rationing sugar and idle acres'-In A MOBILE NATION IS A STRONG NATIONs t "-

The Senator says he wants to see the Everglades remain, in idleness

everyone who is able to do so plant Because the Senator still nurses .
cane at once and follows that state- some secret grudge at the U. S. -- -
ment by, "I HOPE also that some- S. C. ,AlWtt: see? ;Jr pW joca/ I
one else will build '' -- -- ,- '- I" -. -, ,'- -. ,
a sugar mill inFlorida" ,,(;ttJYRQL.T':: I.J; E J.R! 8.MIG v "
but has no one in mind to IT'S A SLOW ,JOnAs I r
build such a mill. We are to
pre- !t _an y: 'car; 'or?. nicfc
sume that those who plant cane are we wait hourly for the news : __ t'
to use jt to feed cattle or hogs for that Singapore has 'fallen we come

there are few "little men" whom to a grim realization of the fact HUB' CHEVROLET

the Senator suddenly loves so well, that we in America have over-rated COMPANY ,

able to rake up twelve or fifteen ourselves and our nation. We have

million dollars to erect a process- felt that, given a few days' orat

ing plant. the most a few weeks' notice, we Sugarland Service Station Building r:
The United States Sugar Cor- could lick the world. We find that

poration can and will erect another we can't. That the business -of ; r

plant if assured of some protec licking our adversaries is a slow, CLEWISTON FLORIDA
tion. The Senator will OPPose. their ,titantic, heart-breaking struggle. I '


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1043 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGESBVEltf I

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.'f..] "' Bob Patterson,: son of Mr. and M RS.' PAUL WILLIAMS HONOREE Two-Lane ,Highway x i i"in congress were just as important,. "'-

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, returned to AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWERMrs. as he was a member of the strong ,

.. Gainesville to resume his studies ;I Bids to Be Let SoonKEY houseappropriations, committee. and.
l i 'r Personals j at the University of Florida. Bob Hubert Land and Miss Mar- was'selected twice as a delegate to

was injured in an automobile acci- cia Avant entertained with a miscellaneous the Interparliamentary Union at the,

dent shortly after the opening of shower at the home of WEST, Feb. 11-FNS) Hague in 1938 and at Osio in 1939.
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last fall and Mrs. Land complimenting Mrs. PaulI. I '-j
.. the University was
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Bids for 'construction of a new ;
: Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons unable to continue until -a lingering,, Williams, who before her recent lane highway from the two-I

,, ; _, Kay and Paul and C. J. Lovvorn eye trouble was ,corrected.. marriage was Miss Lois, Knight. Key West will be advertised by the STILL WANTED URGENTLY ]

id spent Sunday in Okeechobee. During the evening contests witha State Road Department on Feb. 17.1 I Furnished house or apartment 2: 1

'I 1.,6 : BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESr. wedding theme' were held and Chairman Thomas S. Johnson of I,bedroom minimum, Clewiston or dis- .j
Jack Morris spent the weekendin prizes won by' Mr., and Mrs. the .department announces. Con trict. Particulars to Squadron Lead '

Fort Myers with his, wife and Mrs. H. R. Hall entertained members Schroeder,' Mrs. Williams and Mrs. struction will be split into three er Burdick, Clewiston Inn.

son, Jackie. of her bridge club at her home Knight. The hostesses served sections for convenience of bidders. I j

Friday afternoon. The living strawberry shortcake and coffee to -,
G. Willis Tyson and F. E. Hun- room and sun-porch were decorated :Mrs. Paul Williams, Mr. and Mrs.E. This action follows approval last FOR SALE-Desirable lot. 300.00 \

zikervere business visitors in. Miami with a profusion, of spring S. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Charles week by ,the Federal government of cash. Lot No.8, Block 176. Address -

Friday and Saturday. flowers.A, I I Bolton, Miss Ardis Bolton, Mr. and the expenditure of $3,000,000 for V. J. Robin, 4211 Stevens. ';

Pyrex tea pot went" as 'first Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mr. and Mrs. highway construction from Florida : Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. :;
City to Key West. The two-
,.. c -' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, Bill prize to Mrs. W. W. Perry. and a H. W. Blocker, Hubert Land, Wil- new I '
lane highway will follow the aban-
I and John Perry, spent the week- set of individual trays to Mrs. ,Dave bur Goff, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart FOR RENT-Apartment, four rooms' :
doned of
route the Florida East
end in Bradenton with relatives. Alston' as cut prize. Mrs.' RalphS. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King and and bath, unfurnished., See, Jack:
Coast Railroad for 91 miles and
Howard, a visitor, was given a Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder. Sigler. ltp "
will merge with the old only in the
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson and bouquet of flowers. )

sons, Bernie and Gene, spent Sat- ; Mrs. Hall served spice cake with MRS. G. H. HUNT 'HONOREE section improved by the Overseas I I ...
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Road and Toll Bridge' District.
urday with friends in Belle Glade whipped cream and coffee to Mrs. AT PARTY WEDNESDAY NIGHT '! ,

and Pahokee. .. Howard, Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Alston, I I Traffic over the present high JOHNNY BURSON :
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. 'H. Mrs. E. W. Durst entertainedwith _way will, not be disrupted accord-

W. Stanley 'Hansen' of Fort Lanier, Mrs. G. B. ; Thomas,' Mrs. a Michigan party at her home ing to Chairman Johnson. Expert Shoemaker

Myers and J. R. Doty of LaBelle F.' E. Conkling ,and Mrs, R. N. Wednesday evening, complimentingher ""/ ,

I were business .visitors ,here Wed- Smith. sister-in-law, Mrs. ,G. H. Hunt, MILLARD F. CALDWELL 'next door to Nowling's Service '

!r t. nes_day- -, of Miami who spent several days ENTERS MILITARY SERVICE Station) : "

The 'Wednesday night bridge' club here this week. _
---- Good Work-Prompt Service ,
Mrs. R. N. Smith spent Mondayin met this week with Mrs. W.E.. Mrs. Hunt was presented with PENSACOLA, Feb. 11-FNS-

Lake Wales with Mr.Sn ith, Dilley hostess at her apartment at 'lingerie as guest prize; Mrs. Carl Millard F. Caldwell who retired

making plans for the family's mov- the Clewiston Inn. Mrs. G. H. !Johnson won a wall placque as high from Congress at the end of 1940

ing there next Monday. Small won first prize and 'Mrs. prize, Mrs. Charles Bolton costume after serving four terms to enter Johnson's Fish Camp

Ruth B. Owens second prize. Mrs. jewelry as travelling prize and Mrs the private practice of law,' _has

Mrs. Clyde: Losee of Chicago, is, Dilley served strawberry shortcake I Joseph Robbins a kitchen towel as, now entered into military service (Near Hurricane Gate) I

-spending' several days in Clewiston with coffee to Mrs. Small, Mrs. low prize. I of ,his country, reporting at Camp Clewiston, Fla.

s looking after property interests. Owens,' Miss Harriett Hayward, Mrs. Mrs. Durst, assisted by Miss Mil ,Croft, South Carolina, on Feb. 2 Boats and Motors-Guide Service _

." She .is staying at the Inn. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs Carl Berner, dred Durst, served sodas and cookiesto I as a Captain in the Army. Rates Reasonable't t:

Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Bolton Mrs. W. H. JO"'SOD' Mgr. ,
He served in the first World War,
L. Rumpf left Tues- Wilcox and Mrs. Charles E. Miner. Robbins Mrs. Johnson I :
Mrs. George Mrs.A.. 1: entering as a private and later was
day for her home in Portage, Wis- Hackett, Mrs. H. R.- Hall, Mrs W. promoted to a second lieutenant.He .
consin where she called by the 'Mrs. V. C. Woodward entertained D. Mrs. 'K. "
:was King and Bowden. maintained his military connections -
serious ,illness of her father. members her of her evening bridge club as a reserve officer and wasa Ehney & Foster '
home'Tuesday
at ,
evening. High "
MRS. BURDICK ARRIVES SAFELYMrs.
captain in the reserve, judge ad- .'j a
score prize, a pair of pillow-cases. PAINT CONTRACTORS
Miss Martha Nell Alston, studentat vocate department.
was won by Mrs ,R. C. Nowlingand Burdick Sprayer For Furniture Painting -
George
,
Barry College for Women. Mi- accompanied
'- second, prize went to Mrs. G. Caldwell's services to his district Floor Sanding
\ rams Beach, spent the week-end here by her three-year old daughter, I
have drawn much praise from time
'Etherton. Phone
E. Mrs. Foy Durrence 69 Free Estimates
Sally, arrived the latter part of, the 1
with her parents, Mr .and Mrs. Dave salad to time. His services to his country
won a server as travelling
week from
Alston. i England to join Squadron -
prize. Congealed salad with cake,
) Leader Burdick one of the .
,
I nuts and coffee was served to Mrs. ,'- -
Mr. and ,Mrs. .William Johnsonof English RAF officers in, charge of "
A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. R. M.Hare, '
Asheville, N. C., spent last :week British' Flying Training' School No. ?
here visiting, Mrs. Maude Hare and Jr., Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs., G. E. 5 at Riddle Field here.
Crow, Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. Ether- Mrs. Burdick and Photo Finishing and Commercial fJ.
family. She is a neice of Mrs. Sally made the
Hare's. ton and Mrs. Nowling. trip from England by boat. sailing

I from Liverpool. They were landedin _J. Photography I
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Mrs. Roy Alston entertained mem ;
Mr. and Mrs. 'F. A. Flanders and Jamaica and remained there several -:
bers of her bridge club at her .. =F
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24 HOUR SERVICE
., Mr.' and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and days, obtaining'passage by

son, Kim, 'of Moore Haven, were home the Wednesday decision of evening.the club FolloWing clipper to Miami, where Major 'Bur :;: Clewiston. Photographic Service ". : t
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keathley members dick met them on arrival. The A J
I Bowden Saturday evening. defense stamps were used as family ,is located .,for the present at ;_; 2 blocks north and 1 block west of :c

prizes, first prize going to Mrs. the Inn.BEARDSLEYS. :;: Barney Thomas', Gulf Service, Station f
'
Blanche Turner and second to Mrs. ,,2;: EDWARD B. SEEGERS -, '
Miss Sandal Watson of Pompano, I Malley Palmer."r" :: "The. House With The Red Roof :c
a former teacher in the Clewis ton Mrs. Alston ,ENTERTAIN !
served jello with
school, was the house guest of Mr. I whipped cream and coffee to Mrs. HONORING MRS. SMITH.Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt the I "
over George Crow
Miss :Mae Palmer,
, week-end. Mrs Blanche Turner Mrs. Harry and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley entertained t..l..tt"l..tt"tt..l"l"l..l..tt..tt.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:w).:'!"
'Turner Mrs. at their home, Beardsley .
R. C. Nowling, Mrs.
,Mrs. Alice Rothrock of Brookline R. C. Wilson, Mrs., B. J. Schroeder Farm, Saturday evening in a farewell Y y I

e.0 Mass., is registered at the and Mrs. Malley Palmer.ST. I party for Mrs. Robert N.

Inn for a stay of a few days. Mrs. Smith who with her husband and .

'Rothrock is a ,Clewiston propertowner. Y MARGARET'S ALTAR children, is moving to Lake Wales i Discontinuing_-

SOCIETY RE-ORGANIZED next week. !1:
The
-- evening was' spent informallywith
'Miss Hannah York and James W. The ladies of St. music and at the refreshmenthour .'. -
,Margaret's
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+; RETAIL MILK DELIVERIES IN CLEWISTON AFTER
Beardsley attended the wedding of Catholic Church met Thursday afternoon strawberry shortcake and

;. Miss Jeraldine Thomas and John at the home of Mrs. H. 'J. coffee were served 'by Mrs. Beards- ; SATURDAY; FEBRUARY ,28TH :
ley, assisted by her mother Mrs.L V
Harrell in Belle '''Glade. The wed Oglesby and reorganized the society ,

ding took place Friday evening im for its active part in church ; H. Robbins. Guests were mem- f ..
the 'Methodist parsonage. I affairs., II bers of the Community Church i' TIRE RATIONING FORCES THIS ACTION. OUR :

I Mrs W. Dean King was, elected choir and their husbands. Miss .A. .).:
\ Marion\ : PRODUCTS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO STORES AND, ,+_ "
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Leydig presented Mrs. '
president and Mrs. Smith ..
Fred Hunziker, Jr., a student at Clarence J. '
West Palm Beach Junior College, Nielsen secretary and treasurer., The with a gift from the choir, using an :+: WHOLESALE BUYERS AS USUAL. 1k.
original verse to make the .. s'I:!.
presenta- ;
spent the week-end in Clewis ton group will hold monthly meetingson '

with his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. on the first Thursday in each tion. -
ob E. Hunziker, in, their apartment at, month at, the homes of its members Guests were Mr. and Mrs.' Joe _: ALFAR CREAMERY I f'.t. _:
the Inn. I Robbins, Mr., and Mrs. M. 1\I. Pre- .. .

f. Mrs. Oglesby served refreshments witt Miss Mary Markette, Miss .t' i.t:
Marion Leydig, Mr. and Mrs. :!: ,
.to W. E. .
Mrs. E. W. Durst and Miss Mildred Mrs.Nielsen W. Dean King, Mrs. Clar- Dilley Mrs. L. H. Robbins D. W. .':N:NNNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:NNN:NN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.
Durst spent the week-end with ence Mrs. J. F. Tippey,
Mrs. Beardsley, John H. Doty, Rev. John .
relatives in Miami. Mrs. Durst'ssisterinlaw Zerney Meredith, Mrs. Edward
B. Seegers, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli N. Montgomery, and Mrs. G. H. Hunt, returned Mrs. I ley. '
: 0 H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. B. A. Bourne I
with them for: a few days' ',' I IiI
visit here. Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. H. A. -.r.,., ,-

---:.. Bestor, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., I
.\. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Bit Mrs. John Lucaa and Mrs. C. A. i-I II

'ti ting spent several days' during the Martinez. CLEWISTON I REGISTERi

week-end at their apartment at the P.-T. A.'S NIGHT TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
f Clewiston Inn. The
Bittings attended
MEETING TUESDAY Anything, in Plumbing Fixtures
.. ., the dance Friday eveningcelebrating i!
'" ,
the opening of the Prompt, Efficient Service "
Sugarland Park Auditorium. The Founders Day program' of NOW"
i' the Parent-Teacher Association will PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
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.. r'', be given at a special evening meeting 9 I
Mrand Mrs. '
1 Ben Veale and to be held next Tuesday at 8 ---- - - - - -
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p. the school auditorium. I I
moved to Clewiston from The evening meeting has been aril TO VOTE IN 1942 ELECTIONS 1
Washington, D C. Mr. Veale ranged so fathers as well as moth- L M. COUSE
associated with Hub
i:' 4 Chevrolet Com will
ers have time to attend. Then Counueluc ami \lfllr'IIC" tit l.nv
pany. ,The family spent Sunday o public is '
invited to attend
and refreshments -
an outing in the Devil's Hopkins Building in
Garden. sec will be prepared and Every voter Hendry County must

-- tion. served by the Home Economics Wednesdays and Saturdih re-register to be eligible to vote in May
class under the direction of Miss 0U to 4:00
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Mrs. Florence A. Waldron left Hannah York. Primaries.

', Sunday for a brief 'visit in Deerfieldand ..
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will go from there to Port '

_Orange, Tex., for a visit with relatives ::..:--::..x..;..x*<*CMX..x..XK..x.<.<..XK..x..x..x..x..XMX'KMX"X.<* before returning to .t- I
her I
home 't.
in Hendersonville, N. C. She has :;: I Molasses-Fed Hamburgers :;: books for the Clewiston precinct will be:.

been the guest for several weeks -} +1 located atAlston's -

e Hackett of her ,grand-daughter and 'Mr. Hackett., Mrs. A. L. :i: STILL JOe :_;:' :


Mrs. Cecile Brooks left Wednes- :y;: At Alderman's Sandwich Shop :y;: Drug Store

day for Tampa to spend a few f. .;. '
weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. John 6t.y Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week .:" Parker T. Wilson !

"',- Nead, and recuperating from a recent 'if. t Taxi Service to Any 'Part of City at Reasonable- Rates .y. CLEWISTON R1: :GISTRAIt. ;
', serious illness. Her ?
mother
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y THE ONLY TIME IN THIS PRECINCT. AFTER
I. Mrs. Daisy YoSer, accompanied her ALDERMAN'S Y MARCH 2ND YOU WILL HAVE TO MAKE A TRIP TO
and will .return the latter part of L LABELLE TO REGISTER. .
f' '" this
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Cappadocia, Turkish prov-
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verts in the latter years of his

ministry, the people still live as The potato ricer can be used to

their forefathers did, 2,000 years I wring out hot cloths and save .,

ago-in vast conical dwellings many burned fingers.Applesauce .
composed of volcanic rock. The SAM ,P.

huge cones, some of skyscraper and cranberries .

height, are rough and untouched B. ft j : make a delicious combination to F
outside, but their interiors are serve with roast pork.
dwell- *
comfortable
shaped into PEEVE
ings, snug in winter and cool in \ In planning meals, bacon should

summer. They have no doors, the be considered as fat rather than

entrances being closed by flat, circular A c MFMB meat little,protein.because it contains very

stones. i Sy *

Sometimes a single cone housesan Stainless steel utensils have to

entire community, and the BASEMENTs be heated slowly over a low flame ,...

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Books 1 A WARM-AS-TOAST outfit is

He who loveth a book will never this simple knitted threesome i

want 'a faithful friend, a whole- consisting of sweater, cap and I :
some counsellor, a cheerful com- mittens. The 3 to 5 year old who I
effectual comfort- boasts this will be the envy of 1 1I
panion, or an
er.-Isaac Barrow. I the neighborhood,' his mother the I
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Detailed directions for knitting the
Relief At last three-piece set and explanations of knitting h \;
stitches are given on'Z9447. 15 cents. :
Crochet directions for a Jack Tar bib in ;
JLIl3 i E AGENERA red, white and blue are also on the pat- I
Q tern sheet. Send your order to:

For Your Cough S I'VE GOT A so HAVE IJ 0 V
Creomulsion relieves promptly be- WORD T GOT A Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo. f
cause it goes right to the seat of the \ A4 SWORD : Enclose 15 cents for'each pattern
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto I LL 13E SHE desired. Pattern No.,.............

soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed 'M.A y'' r -- Name ...............................
bronchial mucous mem- r
branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa t Address .............................
bottle of CreomuIsion with the understanding t( 4 I
you must like the way it I
quickly allays the cough or you are -
to have your money back.CREOMULSBON. + I tr
T 0 {' .s GAS ON STOMACH


For Coughs,Chest Colds Bronchitis I May excite the Heart actionAt
the first sign of distress smart men and women
depend on Bell-ans Tablets to set gas free.No laxative -
T but made of the fastest-acting medicines!known
oy for symptomatic relief of gastric hyperacidity.the
Cooler TreesIn 1 u I FIRST TRIAL doesn't prove Bell-ans better, return
forests the exterior bottle to as and receive DOUBLE Money Back. 25c.
temperature I
of the trees is always lower E

than the temperature ,of the air, Elevation and Merit f
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day and night. summer and win- There is merit. without eleva-
ter. R I ,ELL YOU OH-H, 3HOD H! tion, but there is no elevation with-

V/HAT! NO SOLD1ER&TO HM-M out some merit.-La Rochefou-

EACH OF YOU OH- H-H. \DOTW FI6HTIN* cauld.
Pull the Trigger on
H3E. GENERALS:<< O5HOO5H

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Ease for Stomach, too o


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When constipation brings on acid indigestion -
stomach upset, bloating, dizzy
spells, gas, coated tongue sour taste and P
bad breath, your stomach is probably
"crying the blues" because your bowels I
don't move. It calls for Laxative-Senna .ByC.M t9

to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels, 'c iIIIIIFI IIt
combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect Payne
ease to your stomach in taking.For years :i' /
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many Doctors have given pepsin preparations
in their prescriptions to make ;WNU 1 ,- ?a Bell Syndicate Inc.-WNU Service
medicine more agreeable to a touchy stom
ach. So'be sure your laxative contains
Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's -
Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pep
sin. See how wonderfully the Laxative
Senna wakes up lazy nerves and musclesin THE DOCTOR MUST
your intestines to bring welcome relief
from constipation. And the good old BE DONG BETTER
Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so comfortable p NOW THAN
o and easy on your stomach. Even MIa
finicky children love the taste of this 1 BEFORE
pleasant family laxative. Buy Dr. Cald- Q THE WAR
,
well's Laxative Senna at your druggist
today. Try one laxative combined with
Syrup Pepsin for ease to your stomach,too. 1
l N.Ar Yf4a.

Way of EaseIt O.P
is much easier to be critical

than Disraeli.to. be correct.-Benjamin


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Why We Boast .

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srosrtaonu blind.-Homer.


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Whether you're planning ByJ. II II
a partyor NEW IDEAS
remodeling a room you should Millar Watt
follow the advertisements.to learn
what's new...and cheaper...and
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aDVERTISEMENTS are your
better. And the
find
place to out 'r':. They bring
about new things is right here in sr: : h} you
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important messages find out about these new things is right t ,
which should read
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Minded Not Abuse, Gems of Thought ( ?

Just So He Wasn't Ignored. ? -i1SI ME ? A quiz with answers offering ?

SO NEAR is falsehood to the z .
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James G. Blaine, the famous truth that a wise man woulddo ? ANOTHER.informationonvarioussubiects ?

American statesman, at one time well not to trust himself on
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"; leading New York newspaper. His thou love life? Then do Questions 7. What is a bibliophile?

friends were fearful that this ad- TA GESCRE 10 not squander time, for that is 8. Who is called the father of -
verse publicity would harm his the stuff life is made of. "
By VIRGINIA VALE 1. What is an abcedarian? English poetry? :
:T career, and pleaded with him to
(Released Western Newspaper Union.) Franklin.The .
f. by 2. What is known as the rightof
come, to some understanding with
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stone that, is rolling can gatherno ?
angary The '
Marlene Answers
the paper. day recently
-, ONE moss; 3. What year saw the ratifica-
i One old friend of his, who was was called backto Who often removeth is sure of loss. tion of the
woman suffrage I.
on good terms with the editor, Columbia studios for spe: -Tuser.Bad amendment to the ,Constitution? 1. A beginner.

1 was certain that he could exert cial scenes for "The Lady Is men will excuse will their 4. What Spanish king built the seize 2. A property belligerent of neutrals.nation's right to
faults good men leave
influence and offered to in- .
I some Willing, her new comedywith Invincible Armada?
them.-Ben Jonson. 3. The year 1920.
tercede with the editor. Fred MacMurray. One 5. Approximately how
if to live many 4. Philip II.
Study as were
: "Don't bother," said the shrewd you children took in the disas- '
bit of action had her being be- forever. Live as if you were to part 5. Approximately 50,000.
Elaine, "I don't mind being huntersin trous children's crusade in 1212? 6. Uncle and nephew.
0 sieged by autograph die tomorrow. -' Isidore of
# .abused, so long as I am not for. front of a 'theater. As one Seville. 6. In what way were ,Abrahamand 7. A lover of books.
gotten." Lot of the Bible related? 8. Chaucer.
little girl thrust forward her book

the star looked at her closely, say- ----
before?" 'I''""'!Rr h:yir'1.Nw Yy.M'Nirlr.r..7N.+7 '7 ?nr rv.yy,1'rl.Nri'H+ l
Camera ing, "Haven't. I seen you
Curtailing She had; "Before I became an actress -

-- ," said the, youngster, "I got A FEW OF THE MANY LUXURY PREMIUMS |

The federal laws that prohibit your autograph in front of the stu-

I the photographic reproduction of dio."' The "actress" is 11yearoldCarol onw!:{S."f' ru i./h'S.. ;: RALEIGH SMOKERS GET

currency, stamps, bonds and similar Anne Lever. ,{ ,; <
government papers go a step :i\:

j further to protect certificates of Cecilia Parker, Mickey Rooney's
naturalization. Even the making sister in the Judge Hardy Family

1( of a typewritten copy of such a series, rejoins the family in "The

document, whether for a legiti- Courtship of Andy Hardy. In private -

mate purpose or for fraud, ,sub- life Mrs. Dick Baldwin, Miss

jects the offender to a severe'penalty Parker retired temporarily some
months ago to welcome the stork;

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Glassware.Beautifully dec-
'J ;;4s Deluxe Bridge Table orated. Platinum bands.
1 1 jtr nu ..'. wtthgenumemlaiflwood Shaker Pitcher Ice bowl.
,. ? j.f0liuy % +i ,Automaticleglocks. ; ; I IT
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Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia s. L '
king (1g a'c! cut-edged Congress
sometimes gives a great banquetin 'V % Quality Playing Card. ,:-'
his palace in Riyadh at whicha ; Smart new fancy. backs
:1 (our choice). : ,

large number of camels are -.,.,. _. '"'...... ., s ]I
served whole, having been cooked
New American Cook .::
if in giant vessels that hold an en- CECILIA PARKERin ? Book. 1024 pages full of I. ,'
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tire carcass. w recipes. Easy-to-follow
the two pictures that were sub Iix: ;!. l4i a. .y./. instructions. I.r.

sequently made, she was referredto
:{?;:y fyi'frs.v.{,,,,.
SAY as "visiting in New York. .The ry },? .} %; ?;.;; }. I
R DNIGHT"GOOD first day that she came back to ". ;,'
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NIGHT"to work, she 'walked on the set with : I c'"::

colds' from her baby girl in her arms; shooting
miseries.Slip away achey
muscles, sniffles,into sleep. Here's double couldn't start until every memberof K I I ',
that almost Rub the cast had held the infant. .
help acts instantly. f-- f>y v s' Lamp with white porce* I .::;
with Pen tro.25c. lain base. Solid ;:::
s Use as directed. ImElUrTRO "Here Comes Mr. Jordan," whicha ::. trim. Shade of maple I j

lot of people thought was the best .h parchment._ -. .. ,i
picture of 1941, is to have a sequel, :) Y .IrI,':;' r.?; +. n. !
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Point of ContritionTo known at the moment as "Hellbentfor --
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err is human;' but contrition Mr. Jordan." Let's hope that it ,

felt for the crime distinguishes the won't be as disappointing as sequels

virtuous from the wicked.-Alfieri. usually are. I .
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Irish Rose," heard coast- ., Ia.r <;

Ulorrq Gets fl PersonDo to-coast over the NBC network every I ".-

f Saturday, has been enacted in ..v.. :.k.yr%!' .:{.;y; ,,;.f, -,.
you alt and think,or lay awake ffcnighti
in the world. The late
19 worrying? Maybe you If every country ,::
/ aren't eating food. which would || Will Rogers saw a full production of T H t gk '
keep you well and strong. AnJ the in China -with Chinese :
undernourished is apt to play I
worry instead ork.:;; Vitamin 10 "Murphys" and "Levys.: ;+}1 r.<..i nsf e ftw cou poN r..M.l.., ,,. "';
Bl and Iron in VINOI.encourages ,
appetite. Your druggist bat n '"C- f:' unttsoarttssv '1

VINOL. Edward G. Robinson has sold his srif:S ,'::, %:'; natronall to.If % rAYINCi BOIIDf :)
home studio, Warner Bros., the ideaof : .,Av l dlsaeccordm b <;%v:%;:?ff;# I -
i' starring him in "The Death of .;
Awaiting Discovery
f There are whole worlds of fact Jim Gower," which was presentedon ;;{f<; ''? >} $100 Defense Savings Stamps ::

waiting to be discovered by infer- his "Big Town" radio program 'f>. I I ljelj .,.. '; ; #; maynowbe obtained through I '
recently it deals with idealistic x ni> Send ',,
Woodrow Wilson. ; an ?l'1 I {::fy Brown & Williamson. ;
ence. but drunken newspaper man. 133 Raleigh coupons for each Oneida Community Par .,,._';.
dollarstamp.DefeneeStamp Plate Silverware. 26
%Yrfr.;;; IIII 1111
"" r..{? n? y Album shows above free pieces and walnut finish I ':_,
Relieves MONTHLY A drop of-water proved to be the ;;h: u+ roc,, I on request. wood chest. '
most temperamental "actor" in the I :

cast of Columbia's "The Adventures' hr: r TRY A PACK OF RALEIGHS. They're a grand J
FEMALE PAINWomen I
of Martin Eden," the Jack London blend of 31 selected grades of choice Turkish -

who suffer pain of Irregular classic. Representing a tear", the ,,; :4 :.. periods with cranky nervousnessdue drop of water required seven -
I the expensive more golden colored
to monthly :functional disturbances "takes" to sizzle on a hot iron held more .
-should find Lydia E. leaves that bring top prices at the great
Pinkham's Compound Tablets (with by Claire Trevor, the most "takes"of I
added Iron) simply marvelous to relieve any scene in the picture. {.. >}} tobacco sales. And that coupon on the i:'
such for distress.women.They're made especially J 'f rr c x;v>% back of every pack is good in the U. S. A. .

Taken regularly LydlaPlnkham's Ona Munson can't get rid of that % "? for your choice of many luxury premiums. Ji

Tablets against such help build annoying up resistance symptoms. jinx that's been pursuing her. Her ( Switch to popular-priced Raleighs today '::

They also help build up red blood nose was broken when a make-up and write for the premium catalog. I "
and thus aid In promoting more ,
'y. bs
strength. Follow label directions. mask was being fitted to her at 'f I
Lydia Pinkham's Compound Tabletsare Warner Bros.; then she showed up f w fy'r,,:; ,: :.:+' 'c > B&W coupons ciao packed with KOOL Cigarette
WORTH TRYING at the "Big Town" broadcast with }rrr,? ; "'4 wtllil4l( ,::<:+.{< TUNE IN Red Skelion and Ozria Nelton every '-
t bandages on four fingers and one s n:: Tuesday nioht,HBO Bed Network I ,

/ leg, from injuries received while
Industry's Reward she was making a ,jungle picture at
God gives all things to indus- Universal. '
try.-Benjamin Franklin. -7.f--

Virginia Payne, star of radio's
"Ma Perkins," declares that it's the

ACHING-STIFF programs with the family back-
f ground that pay dividends. "Ma"

1 has been on the air for more than
SORE MUSCLES 2,500 consecutive performances; i M
HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN
. For PROMPT relief-rub "Amos 'n' Andy", "Bachelor's Chil- HERE'S WHAT YOU DO
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Mus-
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terole! Massage with this wonderful dren," "Pepper Young's Family"- "Eenie, meenie, mynie, mo- You havo 133 chances to win. If B
/ "COUNTER-IRRITANT"actually brings they all go on forever, seemingly. It'ssimplcIt'sun.Justthinkupn you Bend in moro than one entry, M
j fresh to help warm break blood to aching, muscles They make stars, too; Don Amecheand I it last rhymes line to with this the jingle.word Make"today.sure" See your Raleigh coupons grow! your chances of winning will be B
local
painful
up con- that*much better. Don't delay. 'R
gestion.. Better than Tyrone Power are just twowho've Write last line of the
a mustard your two
O Buy a pack or today- Start thinking right "
1 plaster Made in 3 strengths. graduated to film stardom I jingle on tho reverse side of a now. 5B -
from them. Raleigh package wrapper (or a "
*- I facsimile thereof), sign it with - - First prize $100.00 cash I

m1 When he finished work as "Mr. your full name and address, and Second prize 50.00 cash M
j Cugat," Ray Milland left with Mrs. I mail it to Brown: & Williamson originality and aptness of the line you write.
Milland for Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box: 1799, Judges' decisions must be accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash
vacation
Sun
a at Val Louisville, Kentucky, post- In case of ties, duplicate prizes will be I
B 5 prizes of$10.00 50.00 cash
ley. Veronica Lake and her hus- marked not later than midnight, awarded. Winners will be notified by mail.
band also headed for Sun Valley, February 21, 1942. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00 cash |
, 'i ERCHANDIS when she finished "This Gun for I You may enter as many last Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., their 100 prizes of a cartonof B
I Hire"; two pairs of skis were fas- lines as you wish, if they are all advertising agents, or their families). All .
: tened to,the top of their car. But I written on separate Raleigh pack- entries and ideas therein become the prop- Raleighs 150.00 I.

after a few days of winter sports age wrappers (or facsimiles). erty of Brown & Williamson Tobacco
i jji Must Be GOOD fiJ I they yearned for Florida; made the I Prizes will be awarded on tho Corporation.. 133 PRIZES $500.00 I .

: trip in such a rush that, when they L.--______tmaD_rralla trareta _... ...._ : _: _M -_-_3
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'j Q Consistently) Advertised, the thinking car them top. slightly Passers-by mad, or stared may-, The Advertiser Wants You to Know

t 8 BUY ADVERTISED GOODS be just ignorant of the fact that
About His Products Before BuyingBlaine
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TEN THE CLEWISTON NEWSI FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1942

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ly two or three days after a boat's i j particularly interesting to tourists business. ice Regulations and is considered '.br..
GOLF NEWSWinners visit. Most food was canned or and you see them standing ten deep While it is vimportant that reg- prima facie evidence of failure to !

frozen. The island is only some watching the workers who operatein istration be conducted as speedilyas register, General Collins said. .' .
five or six feet above the sea and a glass enclosure. possible, General Collins said f-;
of the Blind Bogey has little vegetation. There were that WAR STOPS FREE PAPERIt
Sportsmen get the thrill of their every registrant will be given
tournament last week-end were no women at all on the island and ample --.: r.
lives in the Fish and Game build- time to respond properly to
Larry Nash, Belle Glade, first; the only chance the men ever had ing where monster black ,bass, alive, the questions on the registrationcard took the institution _of ,"war-

W. W. Weeks. second and W. O. to see a women was when the Clip- in specially constructed tanks, leer which on this occasion will time" to stop the long-standing off-

Winn, third.C. per landed. at them along in be green. White and melon color-
as they nose '
of his er of the' St. Petersburg Evening
V. Parkinson had one
Brown stated that he was very their private swimming pool. Every ed cards, respectively, were used ,...
rounds, shooting a 43. I Independent to its ,1\
best thankful and extremely ,fortunatethat variety of fresh water fish is exhibited for the first and second Selective give away paper
Nearly 30 golfers enjoyed play- he was able to escape so in this special aquarium Service registration.No free on days when the sun fails to ., ..
ing Sunday and all attested to the this distant outpost of '
luckily from while the center of attraction, occupying questionnaires will I be given shine.' But it isn't any' lessening "
fine condition the course is in. We Sam's in the Pacific.
there finer Uncle ; a larger tank, is a familyof registrants when they register Feb-: of sunshine that is responsiblethe ; .
are proud to say are no .J .::
in the south. otters.: A cunning, tame black ruary 14, 15 or 16, nor will they new "war time". leaves only 61 ::
.greens' Legion Dinner- bear cub acts as host in the game then be required to undergo any {.
Kit Bowden had one of his best percent of possible sunshine period h
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section and delights everyone with physical examination, General Col-
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rounds lately, shooting a 43; Bill .
I his antics Watching him with a lins emphasized. availablebefore the paper goes to ?"'
Continued from Page 1)
Owen did likewise. ( I :
look of I.1. press. i ".
genuine disgust are pantherand I
Questionnaires to
Larry Nash had a 43-40, which advanced from tenderfoot to sec- are given registrants -" : i:
I bobcat, untamed and positively
,
for he had not played after their order numbers 4 "
was very good ond-class, David Thomas 'and Raymond ph,1 .:
unwilling to be. Their only greet- have been determined and reachedby
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in quite a while.C. Trice from second to first \
ing for the visitor is an ugly snarl. I their local boards. Physical 1
C. Clark has a new set of I class; Sherwood Hall and Nick
clubs, and should be shooting ,good Schiffli received merit badges in The livestock poultry and dairy I I examinations are given only afterthe s
,golf soon.L. .firemanship; Oliver Martinez and shows are bigger and better than boards have passed on the gen- ,
I I ever before and northerners are eral qualifications registrantsand
C. Rose.l1b rg'was coming in, Joe Daugherty of LaBelle were
amazed to learn that such splendid have determined that they ,'
for a 'par 4 on the 9th for a 40, given merit badges in athletics. ; ;
Bowles of stock Is being bred in this state. should not be deferred for ,reasonsof Jilf ,
but the canal jumped up and gave Nick Shiffli and Milton '
Have you ever seen a buffalo in interest to the nation. j
Star
liiin a 9. Take heart, Mr. Rosen- LaBelle were advanced to
:berg;' remember Sam Snead's 8 on Scout rating and Oliver Martinez and the flesh? Well, you'll find them While registration must be con-

the last' hole of the National Open. Joe Daugherty of LaBelle were ad- on display. at the' Florida Fair! How ducted as of February 16 to con- .I

Major Burdick, second in corn. vanced to Life Scout. they escaped the nickel, I don't form to the President's Proclamation -
I know---but anyhow, they did, and '
issued early in January, Governor !
B.F.T.S. No.5 his ;
mand of played The menu, under the heading .
are proving quite attraction, especially I
an Holland issued
Spessard L. a
first Sunday since playing in the
game 'A Scout Is Hungry, contained 1
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to kids, most of whom, have ..
supplemental proclamation stating
England. Several of the English following articles of food: swim- I ;
never seen one before. that registration will be accomplished -
,cadets are also taking advantage of ming meet, bird study with tender j
You still have time to see thisyear's in Florida on February 14th and
the golf course. foot dressing, life saving sauce, *
More next week. campfire potatoes, cub beans, pa- great Fair 'as it continues 15th as well. This advance registration I \
-CLYDE LEONARD. through Saturday, February 14. is authorized to avoid in- I
trols on a raft, a shiver under a '
I blanket, extinguish burning clothes, You'd better take it in. for it may terference with war production. I ,\ i

Xiwanians Hear I camper's delight. be the last one you'll have a chanceto When registered, each registrantmust bought,that garage under the ;
: see until the war is over. You'll .
I answer, according to General ABC Monthly Payment Plan and <
enjoy it ,and be mighty glad you the
.- Collins, the following 9 questions: monthly installments aiea'any "
(Continued from page 1) came. (1) Name of Registrant; (2) Placeof more than garage rent. i':
Too Late To ClassifyContinued s'
struction that had been wrought by Residence; (3). Mailing Addressif Money Available ; .

the Japs in their surprise' attack Registration Of- other than Place of Residence) ;

ion Pearl Harbor. ( from page 6) (4) Telephone; (5))r Age' in Years for Repairs i t

The United States fleet, Brown state has been presenting to the and Date of Birth; (6)' Place of Not only can you purchase a gar. f

said, is, doing a great deal more than nation during the past few years. (Continued from Page 1)) Birth; (7) Name and Address of age on the easy ABC terms but j j f

most people know anything about Another particularly attractive Registration of the Individual Person who will always know your also home repairs and home remodeling I f

in the Pacific and he expressed the building is presented by the Tampa should_ require a comparativelyshort Address; (8)) Employer's Name and : We'll gladly help you J ,

opinion that Hawaii could never betaken Cigar Manufacturers Association. A time, the director said, point- Address, and (9) Place of Employ- in planning and will work with ri.

by the enemy as the Diam- giant tank made of cigars greets ing out that the registrant will not ment or Business. your contractor or recommend i "'

ond-Head at Honolulu is so well you as you enter the door and at- be asked to fill out questionnairesbut After a registrant has answeredall one if you have none ;:

:fortified with guns that it looks tractive displays of individual firms, must only answer interrogationsabout questions and signed his name LOW MONTHLY 'j

lIThe a pin-cushion. flank your journey through the his identity, his place of resi- to 'the registration card, he will be

Brown spent same time explaining building until you reach the section dence, and his mailing address. Al- given 'a registration certificate signed PAYMENTS ;

something of life on the tiny where expert cigar makers are so he will be required to list his by the registrar. This certifi-

coral island. He said that when I busily ,engaged in making the finest telephone, if any; his age ,in years cate must be in the personal posses- Bishop-Wilson

he went there, there 'was nothing type of hand-made cigars just as and date of birth, place of birth, sion of the registrant at' all times, ., "

,except a Pacific cable 'station. they do in hundreds of Tampa fac- the name and address- the person ,! the General warned. Failure to Lumber Co. I

.Drinking water was obtained by tories.. Farther on you see the who will always know his address, possess the certificate, or to showit

distilling sea water and the only cheaper grade being turned out in : his employer's name and address, to authorized ,persons, consti-
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green, vegetables were to be had on- volume by machine. The display is and his place of employment or tutes a violation, of Selective Serv- ; ..J!t:' '1

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