The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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SAVING IS Blood Tests Will Be BUILDING PROGRAM Xylophone Concert

Given To Selectees Enjoyed Wednesday


Beginning the first of March all Miss Marielta Huron, concert

, ,r ,;' :' SCHOOL BONDS selectees sent to local examining CLEWISTON SOONAlthough xylophonist ence at a concert, captivated presented a large by audi-the MAKING OF ALCOHOLAt

physicians... will be given blood
...' Clewiston Inn" in its dining room
tests, a practice which was ,discon-
: :: A saving of some $44,000 to the no announcement has Wednesday evening. The concertwas a mass meeting called by J.
tinued .the first of the when
i year attended by a large group, of
'V .' ;; taxpayers of .Hendry County is in 'of yet been made regarding the con- O. Davidson, chairman of the board
V the examina residents of Clewiston
-4 .- the greater part Moore Ha-
:prospect if a refunding plan for struction of a large number of ven ,and LaBelle who accepted the ; of county commissioners and County -
tion of these men was taken out
Agent Dewey H. Ward at the
.... 'county school bonds, now being homes in the city, such'construc. invitation of the Inn managementto
of the hands of the local examiners \ courthouse in LaBelle Tuesday

..'. ." looked over in Tallahassee, is approved by district boards of army tion is expected to start very shortly. thusiastic attend applause the musicale.expressed The the en- night, farmers of western Hendry

i said A. O. Ward, chairman County pledged 5,000 acres for the
1 examiners. appreciation of the, audience for an .<
; .. : of the county school board, this In the .Sugarland Park area growing of sugar cane from which
,, This is the only change, how- unusually fine performance. to make. industrial alcohol.
''' week. ever, and the local examination, where the United States Sugar Cor- Miss Huron chose her numbers -

V. i V;. V ::k.- s The refinancing of the bonds was except for the blood test, will be poration plans to build fifty or more from popular and light opera The jneeting: was the result of a

,I lit;:. 1,. .-', .,.., .. .worked out by Robert H. Cook, Inc., merely ,cursory. homes, a field r.om': which a crop themes.. Her performance on the conference week called in Washingtonlast

kt' :;,; ':;: .. of Miami for the school bonds of Another important ruling of the difficult instrument was artistic by Senator Claude Pep
of cane was harvested this
I J'J'" district 4 at Felda and district 5 Selective Service Board is that all sugar and her blending of tones showed, per to which county agents and ..'.;
f. '.' is being subdivided and streets county' board 'chairman from all
unusual talent. Her
.. which includes LaBelle and the old men ,sent for examination before graciousnesswas

f' '" ...". it school building at Clewiston. After the army boards will, if accepted, are being built. This tract is immediately most appealing, and after the chobee counties touching on War Lake Okee-
were invited.
:; the schedule was approved by the be taken to camp immediately without east, of the SugarlandPark concert she met informally and depart-

; /;. ....: .. county board it was mailed by Dr. returning home.: For the past auditorium and lies along played request numbers for manyof agriculureheads ment officials and department of .
also attended the
r. '. ..... C. E. Weaver, county superintendent two months it has been customaryto the highway which runs from south her audience.Her conference.The .

to Tallahassee for the approval examine the men several weeks Clewiston to Pacific Avenue. Several accompanist was Edwin

F or rejection of the state Stainbrook. ,shortage of industrial alco-
ahead of actual induction. streets have already been surfaced '
Miss Huron and her hol was stressed by the Senator
board of education. State ,.Superintendent party are
; and trucks are running continually
Because of these rulings Hen-
Colin English is said to : material. from, Columbus, Ohio. They have whose,plan: is to' erect small "4,000
,. dry County quota of twenty whites hauling marl surfacing
been acre mills" at several points in the
have viewed the proposal with on concert, tour of Florida,
for March has been cancelled and Construction of six new homes by
*' z'4'V: favor. and following her appearance here 'glades area which would manu-
If no intimation has as yet been givenof Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company is '
1 Of the two issues that for theZ' the new quota.. going ahead rapidly and real estate left to spend a few days resting at facture a. high grade syrup for

;1 J : Felda district the which Sanibel Island near Fort Myers. alcohol and which could, at the
f is only one activity has been greatly increased ,
expiration of the war easily be
: con-
has defaulted. Interest has been since announcement of Clewiston
Six Classes In verted into raw sugar houses. These
V i: .t : kept up but several thousand dol- as a defense building area was Six Classes Start
mills would be erected by the
; lars of the principal amount is in 'made gov-
First Aid, Here On I ernment and operated by them
: default. The total amount of First Aid Course the
: during after which
bonds and interest outstanding is
V they would be sold to the
J $79,750 for this district which Thursday EveningFirst For Cane Growers : coopera-
'. SCHEDULE, ARRANGEDFOR tives _which are to be ,set up imamediately.
.: would be refunded with a new issue '
< of $64,640 or a saving of $15,110. -....-.-.=... ready and
> : aid courses were begun a parity. price for the cane wouldbe
; > ', 'The refunding bonds are four per The Department of Agriculture,
i,." .. r,, ', -cent' bonds and $26,000 due from last' evening under supervision of USE SUGARLAND .guaranteed the farmers basedon
'. the local Red Cross chapter' for all after a series of hearings on wage the approximate amount
:; *;-, ,,: 1952 to 1962 will be callable at par '
: 'I"' .-:, after January 1, 1952. who are taking part in the local rates, recently announced that, anew independent' growers by the UnitedStates

defense work. Six instructors who PARK AUDITORIUMMrs. : schedule of wage payments Sugar Corporation Backingof
The total amount of principal '
have been qualified by Red Cross the war department for prioritiesfor
: 4'V ,.V VV and interest on the district 5 indebtedness had been set up for mainland sugarcane .
officials are giving the courses. the materials for mills is said to
;.;, : -Aj, is $131,780'vhich could who has producing areas.
:' ; :. They are W. M. Bradnack, G. M. Essie Oliver,. been have been assured.W. .
".:-.', :! \ "tV be settled for 'total of $102,290..2R' .- Ford, Sandy Bell, Dick .Hooks, V. employed by the United States The Florida rate for tractor
B. Barron
( ::', -;. \ 00. The total of principal is $70- was elected president -
C. Woodward Fred Mathis and Corporation'to and .
Sugar arrange drivers will be not less than $2.25
:::'. ,)i;"., -.,, :-v 000. $42,000 worth of these bonds of the new Hendry County
Nall. conduct recreational facilities for "
: :;c,-"J": ,; ''.. due between 1952 and 1962 are also for a nine-hour day or twentyfivecents .Sugar Cooperative with Joe Hilliard
: ', Carl Berner, who is chief air the women and children in the as! vice-president R. N.
i. 'i.; ,. ', .: callable at par after January 1, per hour. Miller, sec-
"' raid warden here, has set up these families of corporation employeeshas retary and 'J. B. Hendry, Jr., andE.
)Y ( 1952.)
., All other
i w adults engaged in the
"! first aid classes for defense workers.. announced the following sched- .
N Murray as directors. The
jfeA"-. ,: 'The bonds for the new Clewiston
; K-"N"-f" >. : ,' "-- 'It is. very:?essential that all whoare'laklng"'part ule for weekly use 'of'the Sugar-. production and 'cultivation? of sugarcane plant would be built at LaBelle.
't c'r school w-n-e not includsxl_ ,in the refunding -
in the defense work land Park -recreation center: ,....... exclusive dfrhaVvesting I 'a6k>
? 'alsor
4 ;'. .-,;. .' :" .. J\. prtfgram.Whitehurst ': ;-- '" .... operations PIanl going ahead for
: .\ '.: .. !." ..-.J. .take these courses,"' said Mr.' On Monday the building .will be : will be, paid as. follows: males another such plant at Moore Haven

'"' Berner, "or else they will be drop- closed all day for cleaning. and others in Palm Beach, Martin,
: not. less than 22.5
: Validates cents per' hour '
': ;'; ped from the defense program. We Tuesday afternoon the buildingis I St. Lucie and Okeechobee_ coun-

,. have no alternative in that. It is reserved for private 'parties andbalh'oom for nine hours and adult female ties. '

: :: '; :;' ,<" Revenue :Certificates also necessary ,that they attend a dancing .class will be 'workers not less than $1.65 for Federal agencies are also said to

:'i J ....';.. .,;" . .. ...; '. classes regularly, since only two held in the evening.Wednesday -" nine hours or 18.5 cents per hour. be willing to give' financial help in
: : ';'" Circuit Judge George W. White.VV absences are permitted during the afternoon there will ,Children between the ages of ',14 planting the first crop which must
entire five weeks' course. Last be dramatics for the children 'and '
.);, : : :hurst this week validated an issue and 16 shall. be paid not less than )be .within thirty: days.
night absences
were many social recreation Oa alternate
1 .:F'f $175,000 in four per cent revenue and those whb were not present Wednesday evenings there; will be $1.50 per day 'for eight hours, the .

<.1 : V: VS..'>.\..:..., certificates for the City of should learn the time and placesof community .singing and social maximum day for children. For a Waterway Use For .

,.,.' '..i.. :.. Clewiston bringing one step closer shorter working .day than eight
their future classes
so they recreation for adults and bingo 1
; ;: (,;})--. :< the acquisition of the public utili- not miss any other meetings." game. hours the rate shall be not, less Barges Is Urged

/..".':.. ties here by the city commission. than 19 cents.Workers .
} ; .. ; : Many others have asked to be Thursday: afternoon will be the
..1 :' :jj-. \' :' In the freeholder's election in permitted to take' the first aid class card club and other table games on a piece-work basis

:: -. .' January approval to the must be paid enough for their Congressman Pat Cannon made a
... : 0' was given and there has been a great interest with the evening devoted to gen- days
:\.-\ : ; "" '..' '"'fpurchase by a'vote of 96 to 31. in it. Immediately following the eral activities: work that their earnings will not direct request to the. war depart-

; "J" ''. : ::':.;."'-.. ._: The utilities .are now operated by present classes, another series of Woman's Club activities includ- be less for an hour' than that of ment this week to "use available

', f." ,\ ...:.... the Glades. Water. Company and the classes will begin which will be opento ing knitting, sewing and home other workers and employers must funds at once to deepen the Fort

".. : ,Glades Power and Light Company. anyone. Those interested may making crafts will take place Fri' furnish to his laborers, without Myers-Stuart waterway across Flor-

, : > V The purchase price of the water register with Mrs. R. Y.' Patterson, day_ afternoon and in the evenings charge, a suitable house, garden ida, taking warning from the 'attacks

: : .. ."' ; _, plant and the electric distribution or Carl Berner, and they will be there will be alternate dances, band plot, pasturage for livestock, med- on shipping along the Flor-

":!: ... -. r system is $125,000 and $50,000 notified of enrollment when the concerts and moving pictures. ical 'attention and other perquisites. ida cast."
; ; ,...<. -:'.: .> will be used for repairs and extensions course opens.Garden Children's activities will take: These wages are effective duringthe "The department can act without
', up
4 ;': Jo/: ';'..:: : ',,::', of the present facilities. Saturday afternoon from two to calendar year 1942. Louisiana waiting for congressional author-

:' ;. x'V' ,';+ ',.>l, of the will rates because of in
: Payment certificates be six and the evening devotedto a difference ization and open this canal for
'.' !' Club Hears p. m.,
{ \- i {" : solely from revenue derived from general activities. living costs, are somewhat lower barge traffic through the canal and
; ;' '' the operation of the plants. than those for Florida. up the intercoastal waterway in
,Sunday will be devoted to
:? Talk On Pruning
I, ,: eral activities. order to save tankers now being

'. ". :' .,-. ', Boy Scouts VisitorsAt Every effort will be made to arrange Riddle Instructors --. lost," Cannon said.

::: {, :; I The best methods of pruning some form of entertainment Several oil barges have already
; '
/ Riddle Field were given' by James W. Beardsley which will interest every memberof Take League Honors made the crossing using the 'waterway -

:.: :I. i. -:: ,. ) yesterday afternoon in a talk made every family of every white em- and it is believed that im-

'_:.""'A./. .. 'f -_ before the Clewiston ,Garden: Clubat ployee of the corporation.. -- \ mediate use can be made of the

: \-t'; Twenty-four Boy Scouts, members its meeting at the Community -- The Riddle Instructors emerged state crossing even as deepening

. ;: r. \ : 1: of the Clewiston troop, accompanied Center. Two Americans In RAF from the second half of the Inde- operations' are underway. At onlya

'. ;' f by ,their assistant Scout Mr. Beardsley gave the funda- pendent basketball league play win- few points is the waterway less

: ,, master, W. E. Dilley, paid a visit ners for the second time without depth now than the eight foot
of good
-.. pruning and Class At Riddle Field
; J to Riddle Field Tuesday afternoon answered questions from his listeners. having lost a single contest in the requirement.

and had a good look at the month's play. They were also easy
i' He explained that shrubs and
grounds, planes and although winners the first half.
trees should be pruned for the 'purpose British officers at, RiddleMcKayAero of Kiwanis, Club Holds

::1. not permitted to leave their of obtaining 'more fruits or College, an ,all-British flight Standings of the various teams

cars. flowers as well as for beauty. Prun- training center, were. startled, according have not been learned but are un- Meeting WednesdayThe
Following the visit to the field .
derstood to be about the same as
ing should be done in the dormant to a story in the Miami

the Scouts enjoyed- a barbecue on season and when the tree is young, Herald,' to learn that two of the at the close of the first half, with

. V the ridge. \ 'and should be "wheel-spoked around latest class to arrive at the field Pahokee in second place and Clew- Kiwanis Club held a brief

4 V the trunk of the main stem of the were Americans. iston in a tie for fourth. dinner meeting Wednesday even-

.): r : :Red Cross Workroom tree." Asked: if they knew they were ing at the Inn and adjourned so

'j with RAF the boys Gif- that all members could attend the
d Dan Padgett was also: a' guest of an group Firemen Are Called

. V Request Is MadeThe the club and was introduced to 'ford Rossi, 22 of New York and concert given by Miss Marielta Huron -<
'members. ,He has offered to give' William :Watkins, 22 of Washington Twice In WeekThe concept xylophonist, 'that even-

;1 a six week course in home garden- said yes, they knew, but that ing at nine. The dinner was heldon

Red Cross workroom requests ing, one night each week, if fifteenor they wished to fly with the British. the Inn terrace.

.. : more express an' interest in such Rossi had been educated at Oxford volunteer firemen got two Four new members of the club
: 1. All khaki and navy blue sox University and lived there six during the
a course. Mr. Padgett, is agriculture very exciting practices were introduced as follows: W. N.

.- 'be returned as soon as possible; teacher in the local ,school and years. "With most of my con- past week when calls were sent in Martin, Dan Padgett, W. C. Owen

and all left-over yarn returned to will be guest speaker at the Garden temporary friends in England, I last Thursday and on Tuesday of and A. J. Crovetto.

j :.the workroom. I Club next month. 'tthought I'd be ,happier flying with this week.

f'j 6 2. That no' additional garments theRAF," was his explanation. The first call came .from theTownsite JOINS NAVAL RESERVES
Mrs. O. A. Jones, president, was .
V .i; "be started with left-over yarn unless Watkins, whose father is a lieuten- Hospital water heating ...---;-
In charge of the meeting, and hos-
; authorized by workroom su- tesses ant general in the U. S. Army Air room. Timely arrival of the department R. L. Coker, Jr., made a trip to,
Mis. Z.
': were G. Meredith,
J pervisors. The reason Is there is a Corps and has two brothers in the and the virtually fire- Miami Monday where he enlisted
Mrb. E. C.. Mills, Mrs.
: J. F. Morrison -
:, ,. definite lack of sufficient wool to corps, thought it would be fun to proof construction of the walls pre- in the U. S. Naval Reserves and is
Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford
J be sure that these- garments- can beg Mrs.. C: E. Nail;: Attending the fly with the British.It vented any greatdamage.t The now awaiting 'a call to active. duty.
: completed. was impossible to obtain a call Tuesday was from a home in This call, he was told, may come
meeting were hire J. E. Beardsley,
Notice: There will be somemen's ,Mrs. Charles Bolton, Mrs. A. R. British uniform in the United the southwest part of, town and at anytime withiq thirty days.

y convalescent robes cut and Brink States so the boys are wearing: was caused by a fire in a metal Meanwhile he is continuing his
Mrs. .
+ F. E.
Conkling, Mrs.
:\i ready for distribution on Monday, "Civvies" until uniforms arrive waste-basket. There was lots of work at the U. S. Sugar Corporation

,, March 2nd. (Continued on Page 8) from Canada. smoke ,but no damage done. office.'b .

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America Girds for WarWhile 'SUNDAY I Lesson TKe between Vi urrYc.n rice j is tre.tc.h d

The future fcnd tKo past
I I By HAROLD ,. ,
fi R E EN factories throughout the land hum with production of armament Ol Released The Moody Bible Institute,Chicago.. A weak fcnd tittered
,by Western Newspaper Union.)
", heads of the defense program in Washington are hard at workon ribbon blown

.a physical fitness campaign to build a sturdier nation. Schools, industrial /-
Washington, D. C. plants and community groups alike are joining in the movement I I Lesson for March 1 Before t rending bh..st

HOODOOED NORMANDIEThere to bring back mass calisthenics and body-building exercises which i V/ellI, ctn only try etch ;

is not much consolation to were in at the turn of the century.John I Lesson subjects and 'Scripture texts se dty i iTo
with the virtual vogue lected
be had in connection and copyrighted by International

sinking of the S. S. Normandie-except _"___'__ _'A_'_ .'_'._"_, _"_:,,,,,,,__,,,,_, _.___ permission Council of Religious Education: used by keep my ptrt 'I (c')
r from
for one thing. giving ot
The French had gone to a lot of THE PARABLES BY THE SEA 'V .

expense to build the giant vessel so c nYA
that she could be converted to an 13:44-50.LESSON TEXT-Mark 4:26-32; Matthew

airplane carrier in wartime. To this GOLDEN TEXT-Never man spake like
end, special funnels were arranged this man.-John 7:46. ,,,

on the side of the deck, to give space WNU Service.
for runways; especially large eleva- Parables as a means of conveying
tors were installed' at each end of truth reached perfection in the

the ship; and the top deck consistedof > : hands of the Master Teacher, Jesus.
deck in the Taking short stories of wellKnownevents
the biggest "sports"; .
., !{' :49s. ,rhQ
world. dr. h, ::fi;' dc ,l: ri or facts from daily life, He UMOnl1i'C

However, U. S. naval engineers presented profound truth in the *
decided that despite all the French most simple and attractive form. \ I

preparations, the Normandie's upper tf s s ;K I I Except for the parable of the
decks were not strong enough to holda Gx 1sY ': 5''','k'i <:, four kinds of' seed which He .inter Afghanistan Proposal
flock of planes. The French had preted (Matt. 13:Hj-23), He left it to Afghanistan weddings don't go

sacrificed reinforcements below, for His listeners to make their own ap in for much fuss or feathers. If r

the purpose of beauty in the pas- 2fr plication. This has led to some difference a man sees a girl who suits him,

senger salons.As )A f % ,of opinion, but, in generalthe he simply cuts off a lock of her
a troop ship the Normandiewas s 3 considered useful, but not nearly lent and helpful portions. of God's head-and that's all there is to it.

so useful proportionately as a Word. She's his.DON'T .,
medium-sized vessel such as the
I. Normal Growth Is Blessed
Manhattan. Reason: big ships drawso
(Mark 4:26-29)).
much water that they could not
efficiently carry troops to Dakar or God is patient. He awaits the WORRY MOTHER!

West African ports. Small boats normal, healthy, steady growth of If your boy or girl just won't eat. If 1
would be necessary to take soldiers the seed. Man is so impatient he vegetables and other foods necessary for
and cargo ashore. must have forced growth, artificial health cause'daily arguments. Maybe
stimulation, and even artificial rip- their appetite needs encouragement.
Also the Normandie the Suez canal.was too big to B. Kelly; U. S. director of physical training, and Alice Marble' ening of the fruit. Vitamin Bl and Iron in pleasant-tasting

get through (center), head of the women's program, present awards at a Camden, The same attitude enters 'into his VINOL helps for promote VINOL.appetite. Ask

SINKING U. S. TANKERSThe N. J.,. plant. care of his children. ,They must get your druggist
ahead in school beyond their
is being more hush-hush .. .,. ., ,,. years.
navy .4::, 0.NW y ANVA',M"sy1:, %Kt dayWxn14:PlTS!K XM N-H:59y'E, kw ?r/q 4,7M ryYAVMvn
; They must out and make liv-
\ get
'"y'Q a
y. yh.O Y.:
:: : .vv.w, :fi.cn 4 .!. Sun at'North PoleIf
than usual l regarding the sinkings of bs%; .a:Na ? t : i{;; ?ti
oil tankers off the Atlantic coast. + ., y/:,,'.,'?? ,'aic.' ... ..wf ing long years before they have you lived at the North pole,
learned to make a life. Why not let
March 21 would be sunrise
However, here are a few important your
them mature in the God-
and September 23
facts about the situation which are your sunset.
given way?
not military secrets. I
The same is true in the 'work of j,
First fact is encouraging. The .:.M...... :: rf ,i:. x nS"5'9 = 0:7., yew.. the church. There must be imme- ACT FAST fP
tankers sunk were old, small and diate "tangible" results or' hei will ID
slow. All of them were 20 years old not give his support. Anyone with WHEN ""
or over, and the largest, Standard
ao Gf 2LGddC4o !e v.: }.av'L Oil's India Arrow, ,was 8,327 tons. -, r' tabes time to. develop, and that
On the surface, this would indi- VWNw'a.dM'd.. spiritual results cannot be judged IHREAIEtJSAt
cate that oil and gasoline losses on yJ by physical or tangible standards.
the East coast would not be heavy.
Seedtime time normal
growing the first
very sniffle,
However this is not the case.For
then harvest isGod's sign of cold drops
ripening, that a just try a few of
all of the big, new American: tank- I order and it is a good one. Vicks Va-tro-nol up each nostril. H
ers have been taken over by the .... used In time,Va-tro-nol's quick action
This was under an y r' yy KeRSby"'C, yX.: ,x II. Abnormal Growth Is Dangerous helps prevent many colds from devel..
oping....And remember this
arrange-I when a
Mark .
( 4:30-32)
ment whereby the head '
:;8;%{;:'. \C7?1fi r.y'. cold makes you miserable transient
mission had,'lent/the' oil ;K !k Normally the mustard tree is a congestion "fills up" nose and
around $800,000 per vessel to build, 'j ., small'plant, and when it grew into a spoils sleep-3-purpose Va-tro-nol
fast modern tankers <',?Y.6, '.r tree abnormal does three important things. It (1)
19 had
making !",f. great something shrinksswollenmembranes,(2)relieves
knots. This is so fast that they .n%' taken place. ,Birds (which always irritation,(3)helps
can avoid submarines and also keepup denote something unclean in- Scripture clear clogged nasal

with the fleet. ) came to lodge in its branches. passages.EnJoy the relief it brings. VICKS-

However; these new tankers, 'built "Here's how," as demonstratedby A slow start, with gradual in- I I Just so, Christianity was never'in- Follow directions

in co-operation with the navy, are a co-ed at Stephens College, Co- creases, is suggested by Director tended to be made up of a nominally In folder. VAYIiQ-NL

now with the fleet. lumbia, ,,Mo.' long noted for its Alice Marble.' Above, old fashioned Christian world empire in'which ungodly E

-Buy Defense Bonds- functional curriculum. "Knees up,. bending over exercises limber up men (the dark birds of the All in Hope

HEAVY LOSSES chin in, eyes bright." the muscles. I I comfortable evil one, Matt.lodgment.13:19) Unfortunately should find-, He ,who has Health has Hope,
Two other factors indicate the importance and he who has Hope has Every-
of the sinkings the At- SgY J'Sr$Sy}f ry' ,f Z 'Q,.'Vne.gya.y.Yfr pr!+ W. WM/: 1W 1 yf:YA'My W T I that is just what happened ,to
i on
<'< <::1.-1; thing.-Arabian Proverb.
lantic coast. One is an announce- .S'' I;ff'y : : ?EtA:J Christianity in the so-calledconquest, '
ment made by the British last week of the Roman empire at the time-o:
::A :;: r1M
Constantine. The results dis
were y
that sinkings for the entire Atlantic,
including the East Coast of the Unit- vK .: ",y. :{ n'B astrous. The same principle is evi- DON'T LET J

ed States, has been heavier in Janu- is Yda A r #ra ::::?w :: )Sww..w.Whw { dent today in the control of much CONSTIPATIONSLOW
ary than ever before. The other is the : ? c'' ti. g 3 t '%k'syr ?}te< t %.; I of the church by worldly men..
'xa :<: "::<:{; ,
fact that comprehensive' rationingof .., III. Redemption Is Costly (Matt. YOU UP
r r %NF3P39A7.! iM# ;}, / '. 'n 2
{ ...,...
oil and gasoline for the East coast 2',2f f .<'SaagwAOOuadk vv < : : 13:44-46). When bowels are sluggish and you feel
is now a certainty. In other words, ,.,, gf /,, While it is true that our redemption irritable, headachy and everything you
oil and tanker losses have been do is an effort; do as millions do-chew
very iicv6.rnyy.nwr ;W...:.::': : is worth more than anythingelse FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewing
heavy. ; in all the world and that the gum laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
Reason for these loses is easy to siYrtv4.r i ib.A4AK. r' ::ayy M:fY Christian would gladly set aside (or MINT before you go to bed-sleep with-

understand. It requires no official '<:.'!.. would he?) everything for Christ's out being disturbed-next morning gentle,

explanation. As everyone knows, ; jy3wi .;,y.,,,, :a .<-::+iiticA < ..; sake, yet that does not fulfill the again thorough, full relief of ,your helping normal you feel pep.swell Try ti

especially the'enemy, we had to rriy' as } V: r y' .>/.:W'...:."L':! thought of this parable. After all, FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is! handy
rush various kinds of shipping to W.ao4>kr/.r .isi i }:dz/ '.::..,n.,..:':<'.n.izd what has a sinner (whose own righteousness and economical.A generous family supply'FEEN.AIIMINTcoio
the Pacific to replace the damage is described in Scripture '
done at Pearl Harbor. Also we hada :'*::< as' "filthy rags") to sell in order to

large number of warships busy obtain redemption? And is it for

' convoying vessels across' the North sale? (See Eph. 2:8.)

Atlantic. Obviously we here have, the SaI I ssssssssssssssss
Hence we have been caught short- viour with His all-seeing eye and I

handed on the East coast. f4issa'a... dct'xw.ccCv"'daaG loving heart noting in fallen human-I We Can All Be

Note: Most people don't realize it, ity the pearl of.great price, His own ,
but the oil shortage along the At- Three bends to the right and Foot strength is developed by Church. He then gives up all the

Mantic' could be relieved considerably three to the left each day for beginners walking on a curved board. This glory He had with the Father EXPER'TBUYERS

by a curtailment of tank car on this one. Gradually, ten throws the foot into the proper position comes to the earth, and even be-

}rates on gasoline and fuel oil. Last bends left and ten right can be to strengthen the arches, and. comes sin for us that He may bringus
j fall the rail rates were- reduced on .aken. strong arches are important. to God. -
crude oil but not on gasoline or

fuel oiL XtNy.ywpiW.! .. w \fq .}f yA "'Xr a Ah'k1n..m;"' ... IV. Judgment Is Certain (Matt.
< 4 O In bringing us buying Information'
'S All kinds of fish were in the net
::;r./y f to prices that are being asked for
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Democratic insiders ,, Gri yli '< /a fi "! and until the cord was drawn and
are predicting '. what we Intend to buy, and as to the
that Gov. Herbert Lehman of : the net 'emptied they looked much quality we can expect,the advertising
New York will be persuaded to run alike and enjoyed, much the same' columns of,this newspaper perform a
for a fourth term this year. Lehmanhas standing as "citizens" of the sea. worth while service which saves vs F
told party chiefs he doesn't want .:: ; But when ,they faced the fisherman many dollars a year.

another term, but they urge him to there was a quick division, and a O It Is a good habit to form, the habitof
be a candidate again on the, ground :d(4: : : : :: final judgment upon the bad ones. consulting the advertisements every

of wartime duty Meanwhile, a It is true that in God's kingdomas time we make a purchase, though we
former District Attorney Tom Dew- : ; : gd ( it is now manifested in "mys have already decided just what we
ey is busy behind-the-scenes organiz- .414;;; j ; tery" in the Church) there are want and where we are going to buy

ing his political fences for anothertry ; :. <:.,<. t.'.J many who have come in by false It. It gives us the most priceless feelingIn
at the governorship. This will .,;. .t;+ ,::=* profession, through carelessness of; the world: the feeling of being
be the ', ., : L' $ :y nr-ilttM church officials adequately prepared.
springbbard for a second shot ; pastors or etc. They
at the G.O.P. presidential nomina- : : :;::; .' ':'I F : t.iNNJ go through the motions, they look O When we go Into a store,prepared
tion in 1944.Wisconsin's. : '= ai,' and 'act much like Christians (although beforehand with knowledge what Is
Gov. Julius Heil will : : :y. a f., ': S ?. e= even here they create ques- offered and at what price, we go as Ian
run for a third term this year to iwYS vwi ; h'1; : tions in the minds of true followersof expert buyer, filled with self-confl-

get himself in position to take on Christ)." The day is coming, however dence.Is a pleasant feeling to have,
isolationist Sen. Alex Wiley when .t :%J=i:'<: when they shall stand in judg the feeling of adequacy.Most of the

he comes up for re-election in 1944. t.t%: :=r1Nf.:: a lack of this feeling. Thus'adver
Both are Republicans but profess to love and follow. How ter-
tising shows another of Its manifold
love is lost between them. I rible shall be their doom!
Lax muscles are toned with exercises "Alley Oop" as Miss' America facets-shows Itself as an aid toward
Fiorello LaGuardia's ambition always They need not wait in fear for
such these making all our business relationshipsmore
has been to become as suggested stretches every muscle to develop that day. They
aU. S. the may now, today, secure and pleasant.SSSSSSSJSSSSSSSSS.
senator after he steps out as mayorof Office Civilian Defense's pro physical fitness aimed toward a make right their relationship with 't r

New York city.! gram. "Hale America." God. ;

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Store mayonnaise in a cool but
not too cold place in the refrig The Questions 7. The Philippines are named

.1. 1uJ lpWeyII. erator. If chilled mayonnaise is 1. Why is a small pocket knife for the king of what country? -

"1 apt. to separate. called a pen-knife?

2. The ,solid part of the earth is The Answers

Don't let leaves and dirt pile up known as what? 1. Because it was formerly used

around exposed wood at the foundation 3. What result is obtained by to 'make and sharpen q ills.for
t level of the house. It encourages multiplying 5 x 6 x 0 x 10? pens.

"Jo', rot. 4. Is the science of fingerprinting 2. The lithosphere I
practiced in China? 3. Zero.

Never overheat the water in 5. What is the only walled city 4. Yes. It, originated there in ..
\ ,,\ your hot-water heater. Not only in North America? /' the Fourth century. -

,J does 'it waste fuel, but it also encourages 6. What sainted woman is said 5. Quebec is' the only walled

4 rust. A temperature of to have given her kerchief to city in North America.
, i. 120 degrees to 130 degrees Fahrenheit Christ as he carried his cross to 6. Veronica.

should suffice.Repression Golgotha? 7. Spain (:Philip II).

I 'Nerves' Make Life a Trial I .' :;J

To relieve
painful callouses,burning ,
or tenderness on bottom of feet "
: end remove callouses-get these
you are high-strung, you have thin soothing, cushioning pads.
I It more,dynamic energy, keener sensibilities
II t I than the average person.

: Rightly understood, your nerves
: :
I are an asset, adding to your .
Ii charm., Our Pores
j Pores in the human body vary .,>-
In our 32-page booklet, well known ..
a in number from 400
( per square .
., Who Wouldn't Come to Dinner Like This? physician explains mental and physical ',
a I causes of "nerves" what'to do about inch in the middle of the back to !:
11- (See Recipes Below) I them. Discusses nervous indigestion, insomnia 2,500 per square,inch in the palms ,. ,' )
.1 I ,other "nerve" symptoms. Describes of the hands and the soles of the \ '
Accent on This Week's Menu correct diet, body care for vitality, fee -
./ health. Send your order to: j
" ':. Dinneristhemastermealoftheday
Mixed Fruit Juices
such requires the'most masterful READER-nOl\IE'SERVICE
.,. "" and as *Lamb Roast
635 Sixth
stroke the Avenue New York City '
Franconia Potatoes Enclose 15 cents in coins for your '
". homemaker can .
Carrots copy of OVERCOMING 'NERVES' ,.
..i" apply. With time Fruit Salad AND EVERY-DAY HEALTH PROS- ":"

. ,' l master unlimited stroke, this is *Spice Bread Butter Name LEMS................................ "
not so hard to Caramel Crumb Custard Address ............................. .-4
:', ,; bring into play, :,,)
but with days like 'i
these which are *Spice Bread. Gluttonous Cattle ..
"j filled to the utmost (Makes 1 quart loaf pan) a Common Error. -- .."i

.'; j with activity 2Vz cups flour SEETHING over inside, but try- Nails, wire, knife blades, door "'1
.' '/ of all kinds, 4' teaspoons baking powder it! Such inner crises hooks and many other objects are
I., time-saving hints and ideas for din Vz teaspoon salt- become' worse and worse for the found in the stomachs of approximately ';'

ner are important. fa cup sugar woman who tries to control her"nerves" 20 per cent of all cattle ;1

Today I'm discussing a dinner 3/i teaspoon cinnamon by repressing them. If slaughtered in the United States. '. ;j
that is equally adaptable for either y\ teaspoon nutmeg Although these.foreign bodies usually '.,

a family or company dinner. It's Vi teaspoon ground cloves do not cause any visible

one of those meals that you won't Y4 teasppon' ginger ,- I"T 1. 4.J harm, the animal deaths' that result :c

forget because it's'alw ys bound to 1 cup currants ; : :1 ( from swallowing them cost ..
from the point of view 2 I
be successful eggs the livestock
( industry more than
of appetite appeal, ease in serving 1 cup milk 'VL'-'IQllq. $500,000 a year.Counterfeits. : ,0I
and ease in cooking.. Tuck these V4 ,cup shortening i

ideas where they won't gather dust 'Sift, flour',before measuring. Then ; : % b.; ;

for they'll gather fame more easily. sift together flour, baking powder, ,'..,'",
*Lamb Roast. Wouldn't Chance It Cause,Recall '.
\, salt, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg,
(Serves 8 to 10)) Seaman (third enlistment
.. cloves and ginger. Wash_ !,and drain
5 to 6 pound leg of lamb currants; mix into dry ingredients. Seasick, buddy? '
Garlic clove or slice of onion Add well' beaten eggs, milk and Seaman (first enlistment)-No, In 1897, the treasury department
recalled the entire issue of $24- '"'
but I'd hate to .
Salt and pepper melted shortening to dry ingredi yawn.A '
; worth of United States
of lamb boned and 000,000 ,$100
Have Ja leg, ents. Stir only until just well com-
tied. Wipe with a damp cloth but ined. Pour into a greased.loaf pan. reformer wants to let his conscience silver certificates, bearing the

do not remove fell, the parchment- Bake in a moderate (350-degree). I be your guide. head of President Monroe, when
like covering over the meat.Rub gar oven for about one hour. its officials'discovered this cur
lic or onion (or onion salt, if you Rather Explicit rency was being so cleverly counterfeited For Us to Plant
have neither of those) over the Caramel flavoring flirts with custard "Do you really love me, Alfred?" that even experts could Nature has given us,the seeds,
meat, then rub salt and pepper. in this dessert idea.t But what'sespeciaIIy asked the girl. not distinguish between the genuine of knowledge, not knowledge itself.
> nice "Ethel, 1 refer to last letter and the spurious bills. Seneca.
Bake in a slow (300-degree) oven, \ ) ,/ you my -
about this is "
one / replied the man. 'Devotedly is
-- allowing 30 to 35 minutes to the \ young
If heat resistant glass hat you can bake :J. on the,first page, 'madly on page three,
pound. a it along with the :a 'passionately' on pages four and five, and
lamb be
platter i is used, the may bread since both 'till death do us pad in the postscript.
served from that. require the same How else could I say it?"
*Franconia Potatoes. .- --- ":5
"t, (Serves 8 'to 10)) oven tempera I Pot Luck
ture. Custard's best baked in individual 1
a' to medium-sized, potatoes cups and the custard unmolded Missionary-Poor man! So you
'. 4 tablespoons butter onto the dessert plates when know nothing of religion?

2 tablespoons chopped parsley ready to serve: Cannibal-Oh, yes, we got a
-: Cook potatoes in boiling salted I taste of it when the last mission
15 minutes. Drain and Caramel Crumb Custard.
'"I : 'J water for ary was here.If .
,,, place in the oven around the meat (Serves 8)

to finish roasting, about 40 minutes. Vz cup sugar You Bake at Home .
; melted butter and chopped Vi boiling water '
Pour cup
We have prepared, and will send
parsley over potatoes when done. 3 eggs absolutely free to you a yeast :
"" with whole cooked carrots 1 t \
; Arrange cup sugar recipe book full of such grand >
and Va teaspoon salt
on platter serve. ; recipes as Oven Scones, Cheese :
,' A hot bread on a cool evening ,1 cup milk ''
Puffs, Honey Pecan Buns, Coffee
adds plenty of staccato to the menu, 3 tablespoons melted butter '
Cakes and Rolls. Just drop a card
.; : and I would advise 1 cup coarse dry bread crumbs with your name and address to Cost of Business Letter stamps and other overhead the

.. serving it of (crusts removed) Standard Brands Inc., 691 Wash Considering the stenographer's I average investment in a business I
ten. This one is Vi cup caramel syrup ington St., New York City.-Adv. salary and the cost of stationery, letter is about 60 cents.
especially appropriate Make a caramel syrup by melting

for the l/z cup sugar in a skillet, very slow
menu today because ly, and allowing to cook until a
your oven golden brown. Remove from heat

...,. .. will be_hot and and add boiling water slowly. Return
you can bake it to heat for 10 minutes or until LESS
before you put in, the meat. completely dissolved. Separate eggs
and beat yolks until lemon colored.

Lynn Says: Gradually beat in 1 cup sugar, salt, TOES IN THE
syrup,, milk and butter. Add bread CAMEfe EXTRAA1ILDNESS SMOKEMAKES
crumbs and fold in
Trying to tackle the' winter stiffly beaten PLENTY OF
whites. Pour into
eight glass custard
vegetable problem? Here's
a parade
cups. Place'in a pan of hot water eSPECALLVWELCOME/ SENSE7DME
<: of suggestions that will prop
and bake in a moderate oven ,
up your meals: I
Baked squash with small white (350-degree) about 40 minutes.. CAMELS ARE
t onions baked in the hollow. A Serve warm with whipped cream.
Speaking of
'- planning menus that
I bit of cream sauce added just before
seem to fit both company and family
'. serving to the onions will
:. '. also perk up this dish. Sprinkle dinner occasions I thought you
might like few suggestions.
I a
with paprika for color.

'., Carrots: glaze these with Menu 1.
\ ) brown sugar' and butter when -- ,
baking. For cooked carrots add Consomme With Lemon Slice
': a bit of tartness with lemon juice. Lamb Steaks With Gravy

.; Serve canned or cooked lima Spinach Ring With Browned O F SlOWER-SURNING
,> beans with this smart mustard Potato Balls '(HE :LS CONTAINS
",' sauce: 4 tablespoons butter mixed Apricot and Cream Cheese Salad c

with Vfe teaspoon sugar, 1" tea Orange Rolls Nicotme ,

spoon ground lemon mustard juice. and 2 tablespoons Baked Alaska 28% less

Beets like to be teamed up Menu II., f the 4- other
with a Harvard sauce. Thicken than the average tested-less
the beet liquid with cornstarch Tomato Soup largest-seUtng bran s ccording tof
and add a bit of grated orange Baked Fish With Lemon Slice them-a
} rind and juice for delightful vari Scalloped Potatoes than any'O SClcn. ti1 c tests of tlJ ,. THE CIGARETTE '
) ation. Grapefruit and Orange Salad independent :

t ..., Turnips: cook and mash. Sea Hot Biscuits ,. smoke itselfl
::: son with butter, salt and pepper Spiced Watermelon Rind OF COSTLIER TOBACCOSIII

, "-4 and a dash of m tmeg. Chilled Fruit Ic -Box Cookies .
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I are those who can always be counted Sonic Famous V's ions of said' Chapter 16880 Acts of poration Clewlston. -, 1 1
The Clewiston News on to do more than their share. 1935, Laws of Florida said corporations -. It is further directed that a copy of
In Religion, V for Virgin; have been classed as subject to this notice be published one time in
To them this broadcast is addressed. be dissolved
; that three (3) the Clewiston News a newspaper
every To them we do not pass the In Matrimony, V for Vow; months after the date of this publi- published In Hendry County, Florida
Published Friday In Clewlston. cation each and every of such cor- In which county the home office of
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS.TOC. hat of the Red Cross. We don't In Politics, V'f r Vote; porations listed below that have not the above listed corporation is shownto

have to. To, them we take that hat In Crime, V for Victim;' ;. in due the and_ meantime paid all taxes filed due their under reports the be located.IN .
off." provisions of Chapter 14677, Acts of WITNESS WHEREOF I have
In War V for hereunto
Victory; 1931, Laws of Florida will be certified set my hand and caused the
BOWDEN Editor Great Seal of the State of Florida to
In Clewlston, V for VicePresident. to the Governor who will issue be ;
affixed at Tallahassee, the Capital -
Dr. Lloyd C. Douglas says: "SinceI .:' said proclamation at that time dissolving I this the 26th ,day of February !I
.. corporations.
cannot fight for my country, I |A. D. 1942. :
Entered as second class mall matter HENDRY COUNTY I ;,
February 1, 1927 at the Test Office in have an obligation to be calm, to I Osceola i (SEAL) R. A. GRAY,
Florida under the Act of Groves Inc. Clewiston. II Secretary of :tate; :
March Clewis ton.3, 1897.Subscription avoid disruptive controversy, to discipline Planters Abstract & Title Cor- I i 307-Feb. 27, 1942.

my prejudices. ''If I have NOTICE --- ----.- I,
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frights and frets I shall 'keep themto THE
Rnte $2.00 myself. Jitters are contagious.If FOLLOWING CORPORATIONS LISTED -

Advertising llntes On Application., you are scared don't tell any-' BELOW INCORPORATED WHICH CORPORATIONSWERE UNDER THE

body. The most heroic act of LAWS OF FLORIDA, AND ARE
patriotism, in a time like this, is DELINQUENT FOR THREE (3)
Devoted to the advancement and wel- YEARS OR MORE UNDER THE PRO-
fare of' Clewlston and Hendry County. to shut up. If I can't do anythingelse VISIONS OF CHAPTER 14677, AC..rSEOIH.J
for my country, I can refuseto .,AS AMENDED LAWS OF
act as delivery boy for rumors." Notice is hereby given under the
of Chapter 16880, Acts of
MEAXDER. r-ft Those words we should all taketo 1935. Laws of Florida, to each of the \
,'= FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION \ Corporations listed below, the same
heart memorize them, and live
the Laws of
V Florida that according to the recordsof
to them.
up the Secretary of State. each and Vl
every of such corporations appear delinquent -
Now lest it be said this columnis for three (3) years or more
in the filing of reports and paymentof

N MNN, :NNM NNNNH:..:..:..:..:..:..' :..:..:..:..:..:..: too serious this week, here's a ter'taxes' 14677 under, Acts the of provisions 1931, Laws of Chap of '

contribution from Frances Small: ,Florida. and that under the provis-

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George Gallup, ,of Gallup Poll .:. 'I. ( '1 i ii ;III

fame states that the people of, the X ,in

United States have been, and still,;; t ,

are a few jumps ahead of Congress. 1 ALL ELECTRIC AIR o.

since Morale way? before We've.Pearl got it,Harbor.we think, I :: :i: '

.. CONDITIONEDDependable
j and we are waiting for an opportunity -:I Hil HOME Y:

to prove it to Congressto ,- : : ,':.

our boys in service, and to a :i: I. ;, ,.! ::: om/oAI
few people named Hitler and his .:. -1.;" ..:.. :,
friends. ._. .
.. AIVCooking
Here are two excerpts from a .. : Service !
Red Cross Broadcast late in .January -
Low Fares i I

"In the months that lie ahead, i Refrigeration /

the bodies of many young ,Amer-' Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE,to all Florida r
floors ,of the Y I
icans will carpet the

seven seas or be left behind' on ; WASHING MACHINES :.;:. and the North. N

battlefields we cannot even name.- '. : Northbound

The 'rest 'of :us must .do 'what, we : :: Lv. CANAL POINT ... 4:55 AM 1:25 PM
Inde'ed.in :;: SEWING MACHINES r : Ar. TAMPA .' . 10:10AM ,,6:55 PM Costs Less than
and : squawk' Driving
can.- never
: .. I I' I .' Ar. LAKELAND I 9:10 AM 5:50 PM .
behalf of the ,armed ;forces of .;. ; ,. .i. Ar. ORLANDO ': '..,-. '.. 10:50 AM 7:45 PM '" One Round
this country .and ,of;all: thos;{:who Ar.JACKSONVILLE ., 3:15, PM 11:45 PM Way TrIp
in these days must: go down fcq the ; ANY TASK ,CAN BE DON BY Ar.Ar. TALLAHASSEE.Y.:10. 4:45: PM 12:59:: AM AM MIAMI S 1.65 $ 3.00
: JACKSONVILLE 4.70, 8.50
: rille' .
lei you'this :
sea in ships, give
Lv. CANAL POINT '. 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA 2.80 5.05 \
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as a message:', If:;in this war you ::: .; : 'ELECTRICITY. Ar.JACKSONVILLE'' . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LA KELAND 2.35 4.25

have to give l.'up'"ev'' r}" nfortyou've ::: :-. .1 ::: ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
grownused to, ;taxes take :
every pennyyou;]own: yes, if, your Clean Convenient :: fOR AU.POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15 ;
very, house ,1st'blown. taJits' in a :_: Quick ''I' MACON ; 7.25 13.05 .
SouthlloundGofng ,
be permitted lo VAlDOSTA 5.80 10.45 I'
raid inquire
may i "
Lv. CANAC-'potNT ;: 5:20 PM' 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.15 I

-what of it? ; ; : ; ;: :' -:='. .. .. : Ar. MIAMI. ..I,_.I..). ......1;.. .X8:50, PM 2: OAM NEW CHICAGO ORLEANS.. 11.65f 17.90 -:21.CO'.1.! 32.25 i II

"Not everyone..eartge"t"'into the ; .: .r :,. Returning J.H ;; NEW YORK. ':' 15.85. 28.55 I
)LESS: t.i Lv. MIAMI., . rOooAM 2:00AM >
armed forces, :but.:. I ,think' today THE j MORE YOU. USE_ .;;Tf? Ar. CANAL POINT" .. 1:25 PM 4:55 AM I

that this country swarms ;with men .. '-., .:. :
and women who 'are aching to help. tHE UNIT COST- .. ..' .' :;:' DR. H. MILLER, Agent MILER'S"DRUO'S"OREPHONE :

Each asks a single question. (What 1 I I .:. '. :"'f'; ": .. 3921 CANAL POINT
can I do? There is just one y. .., Y' 1
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This broadcast is being given in : ARV + ,
honor 'of the American- Red ,Cross, :;. : ::.:

which has a drive on for: fifty mil- .:. .. 1

,lion dollars, and has twenty still to ho&2 p 'a a'ta frtlr I II IM IQ

go. Let me reveal the dark secretas Glades Power and Light i' i iJ

to whom this broadcast is ad-.

dressed. In the difficult months ,
immediately ahead of us y '
this country is going to do his : .:;.: .' ., :.::.- I
share. There is no question about i. : C :

that.. With the Government's pow- f ompany '. .
er to tax and to draft, we none of .
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MISS HARRIETT HAYWARD Vann, Mr. and ,Mrs. A. H. King, the revival meeting that is to be-I FOR SALE-1929. Ford. Coupe. See
GIVES SURPRISE PARTY Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Turner, Mr. and gin at the church March 22. The Connie Clark. L. It

j Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Mr. and Mrs.R. circle also decided to send a box

..4t [ Personals J ji Miss Harriett Hayward, who' is N. Childress, Mr. and Mrs. C. to the Baptist Home at Arcadia.

spending a few weeks here as guestof Burke, Rev. and Mrs H. C. Meador, The meeting adjourned and the FRESH SEA FOOD DAILY
Mr. and Mrs. M. W.. Bigg gavea Mr and Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mr. and hostess served refreshments. Mrs.

surprise' birthday party compli- Mrs. C. R. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Mrs. H. C. Meador, Spanish Mackerel, 'Shrimp, Red-

Mrs. H. C. Jones has ,been ill at menting Mrs. Bigg at their home M. A. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Mrs. J. W. Himrod, Mrs Arthur Fish, Oysters 'and other fish., ,

7 her home here for' the past few, last night. Himrod, Mrs. Bess Hasty, Miss King, Mrs. E. P. Beery, Mrs. C. M. Free delivery on Fridays
; 4' weeks. The guest list included Mr. and Hanna Rue Bender and Earl Hing- Allen, Mrs. Vernon Bryant. and Mrs.
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Dr. and Mrs., ston. H. V. Turner.W. .
Joe Griffin On Industrial Canal
O. F. Schiffli, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Elbert L. Stewart made a trip FJHST'BAPTIST Phone 7.
-i Bestor, Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mr. and CHURCHRev. M. S. TO OBSERVE
: to Miami and Key West over the
Mrs Carl Berner, Mr. and Mrs. .
week-end. ; H. C. Meador, Pastor DAY OF PRAYER
Elbert Stewart, Dr. and Mrs. J. W.
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School.
Ezelle and Mrs. E. C. Mills ' '---- '- -- '.' ''
"': 1'. Harry Byer of the' Clewistou Inn Mr. 11:00 a. in.-Morning Service. The Baptist Women's 'Missionary ., -7.i1: =.:: ,'
,1\11'. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr,
6:45-B. T. U. Society will observe a Day of
spent the week-end' in West Palm '
and Mrs. V. E. Ramsey of Belle
8 :90-Evening Preaching Service Prayer for the Annie Armstrong
Beach. I Glade, Mr. and Mrs. S; L. Crochet:: offering for the Southern Baptist FOR SALE
,. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mr.' and Home
.4 Please note change of hour in on Friday, March 6.
Mrs' Bill Rainey is leaving'.thia Mrs. C., L. Downs, Mr. and Mrs. the evening services. On Wednes- The theme is "God Bless, Our

week-end to spend a few weeks W. C. Owen, Major and Mrs. George day evenings prayer meetings are Country" and "God's Channels of Tomato and Pepper
with her parents in Sarasota. Burdick, Commander' K. Rampk-
being given to a study ,of the Bookof Blessing." The program will beginat
ling and Major Nickerson, Mrs. First Peter. This week the third 10 o'clock. Lunch will be served : Plants

I .,Mrs. .J. H. Pressley, Mrs. H. A. Hendry Edwards, R. L. Coker, Jr., chapter will be discussed, at the noon hour.

Land and ,daughter, Shari,. were E., E. Gross and Jay W.: Moran. ...

:: ','.. visitors in Fort Myers Tuesday., BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET Wire Write
I The Winnie Ayres Circle of the
' : { Wilbur ,'Goff' and': Frank Cox "\ --- The old Miner Packing House,
.'". made a '. business trip'to Miami The, Ladies Aid ,Society of the Baptist Missionary Society 'met located south of the ClewistonA.
? afternoon at the home of PLANT
Church will Tuesday
Community meet Thursday -
i Monday;,:: C. L. Freight Mr. Wil-
... ,. ; :March ,,5', 'in" the Community Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff. Mrs. C.' R. bur Bishop, former owner, has asked ,- WAUCHULA, FLORIDA
(, Center( Hostesses' will be Mrs. Joe Krueger was in charge of the pro- to sell it
me so make me an
Mrs. E. 'J. Smith, of the Clewis- '
Those present were Mrs.E. .
.,' Robbins. Mrs. R. H. Knight and gram. offer. H; C. Kolstad.
ton Inn Apartments, left Tuesday Mrs;::F.: 'Deane Duff. M. Cornette, Mrs. C. Burke, Mrs.C. .
for visit with her par- ., .
morning a -- .
: M. Pirkle and Mrs. Clayton ---------------------- -- --
ents in 'Los Angeles, California. Waters. There were two visitors .N..N..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..N- ..N.N.N.N..N'..N.N.N.N.N.N.N..N..N.N.N.M..N...N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N...
-. 'INN WEDNESDAY NIGHT present, Mrs. R. W.. Turk and Mrs. yil

y Mr. and Mrs. 'W. R. King will ,M. C. Doke.

;, Miss have as Marion.their guest Hunter for .two of weeks Silver Mrs. P.. M. -McIntyre' ';was hostessto The Mary Brittian Circle met il= ANNOUNCING I Iy :

., members of her bridge club Wednesday Tuesday afternoon at the .home of
Springs, Maryland. .
',A evening, at' the ClewistonInn.
Mrs. R. N. Childress. A special
; ,The members first attended prayer meeting was held after the
- 1 t. Dr. W. Orville Rigby _spent the" the xylophone concert given by business. Refreshments of punch y.i. My Candidacy for They +
I week-end'- in Miami 'at ,the home of ..
Miss Marielta Huron at the Inn. -
and cookies were served to Mrs .. "' ; .
: ;. his parents,' Mr. and Mrs.' ,Orville Refreshments of lemon pie and : Office of .;-.
M. C. Vowell, Mrs. W. G. Mathis, 'y. % ).
', =-. Rigby.
;' .,.' coffee were served on the terrace Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. A. H. Vann, ':: '
after which bridge was played in i *
Mrs. W. C. Rainey and Mrs. W. F.
r.. Mrs. William Johnson and Gayle the lobby of the Inn.' High' score Nall by the hostess, Mrs. Childress. y y STATE I
and Mrs. M. D. Geiger of Canal was awarded Mrs. G.: H. Small and After the meeting surprise shower y
;+, Point visited in Clewisto'Wednes- second to Mrs. Ruth Wilcox. Attending of Mrs. W. y 4I y
baby gifts was given y y
day. were Mrs. Carl Berner, C. from members of the
..:Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs.Ruth circle. .
.. 7.'-. ..,. Mrs. Norma Tatum of Miami is Wilcox,' Mrs. G. H.' Small, Mrs. C. I I SENATOR I I

1 spending a few days here this week L. ,McLendon, Mrs. Charles Miner The Mary Ellen Dozier circle met .:. :

i visiting her cousins',.. ,: d Mr., and ,Mrs. and 1\ rs.V.. E. Dilley. at the home of Mrs. Vernon' Bryant + ((24th Senatorial District) .+.

Glen Etherton.Mrs. ., Tuesday with Mrs. E. P. Beery act- X X
MRS. VANN AND MRS. PERRY ing as chairman in the absence of .2. i 2
Leah Spicer, Mr. and Mrs. GIVE MRS, RAINEY SHOWERMrs. Mrs.' Bill Blount. -:. :;: ,Your 'vote and fay'''Y' k *
"' F. E. .Conkling,' Frank and Eddie ----:-- : Mrs. Bryant and Mrs. H. C. t
Conkling were visitors Safurday in'I H.: A. Vann and lI rs., W.. W. Meador gave the devotionals .and, 1 1BOB

West Palm Beach. .,;.' Perry entertained with a stork Mrs. Meador made a talk on the :i r= support will beappreciated. ::

.' j.. ." .,. .: shower Wednesday ,afternoon' :! at the visitation campaign in Cuba. Her I y
: .. .. ofv'Le'esburgis home of : Mrs. Perry, ComplimentingMrs. topic was "And All the ,City Was :Z: .y.
'Mrs. ;James .A* Boyd .. W. C. Rainey.' .t; ., 'j. ,. :
Moved. i r'' : ""; :: / f :::
T .
the guest of her mother'and father i .
.."" ''\ 'Refreshments of cqcoa and cookies There was a irc sprayer for : ,:. : 71 .
Mr. and irs. T. Wheeles :: ..:
J 'Y.\ were served. Guests included Mrs. : Q' *.
i -
for few.day.s... ,.. ..... ,. i
a ; ooc. "
... 'vi.rt W.: A. Davis, Mrs Hopkins, Mn. "
/ .
:' ; ..rC :i )rr. L. E. Hicks, -Mrs. 'Henry Lutz, Mrs. CLE\VSTp.N > -: f

Mrs. Kale Crawford of Birmingham Calya,"Mrs. H. 'C. Meador; Mrs. W. I I TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP j I. ,. KINGPaid ..
Ala., and Mrs. J. L. Bush, of F. Nail, Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs.E. ..;..

Jacksonville,. ,are, ..,., spending a few' M,', Cornette,,.: Mrs.rTJen:: : 'Bolton, Anything in Plumbing -Fixtures: i y
days here''with'' MgJ. F. ,Tippey. Mrs. J. T. Paul and Mrs. W. G.: ::
....-..-.r....i-: \r Mathis. '. ,. Prompt, Efficient Service ( Political' .Adv.) :;=
Mr. and Mrs: H.' E.' Walker are PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. X X

j >. Ji who weighed ,9 pounds 16' ounces SOCIETY HELD AT CENTERThe r

when born Tuesday at the 'Clewiston. .' .__ 'n__ _.. _,.. ,__ ,_ -- -_. ... --
En rgency Hospital.Bob annual party 'of. the Woman's JOHNNY BURSON ''' -- .. -- -- '

., Missionary Society of the' Baptist: '
King, former sheriff of Lee Church was' held' Monday night, at I Shoemaker'next

County and recently announced: candidate the Community .Center.. The men Expert ,

l. j.; for the office of state; sen- of the Brotherhood_ were ,guests. door to Nowling's Service i
ator, made. a business trip to Entertainment consisted of special Station) Do You Know ?

: I I. Clewiston Monday.. music, skits: contests and group Good Work-Prompt ServiceJohnson's

:1 ,. singing.' A..- delicious luncheon was
,I Mrs.;,.. Paul I., Williams, the former served.

Lois. Knight. is spending some Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff 'was in YOU CAN START A,

"I.: '" time in /Tampa to be,'near: her 'husband charge of'the program with: Mrs! Fish'

Lt., Williams. ..at'MacDill C. R. Krueger and Mrs.: M.," A. I CampNear
'/ Field. -,, -.. Thomas assisting.''.\Winners in the ( Hurricane Gate) SAVINGS ACCOUNT

contests, received defense stampsfor Clewiston, Fla. \
'. h Mrs. T. M. Hurley 'and granddaughter prizes. Boats and Motors-Guide Service '

:' Jo Hurley, of Gadsden, Those attending were Mr.' 'and I Rates Reasonable : WITH; WEEKLY PAYMENTS, : OF,: ,,:. _
Alabama, left Tuesday after a visit Mrs. M. C. Vowell, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson Mgr. 'f : ,.'
with' Mrs. Hurley's sister, Mrs. J. W. W. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I ri I ONE DOLLAR
: W. !'Ezelle and family. .
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'Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt were _H___, -. __I ;'..:!," ,- -,- .. -. - .. -:. ... \ :..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:
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visitors in Fort Myers' Friday. Mrs. I : : ,- .

observation Prewitt: remained until in Sunday the hospital when _;: Photo Finishing and Commercial ; ,,.,,ALL ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO

':; Mr.: Prewitt and their .
returned -
... .. for her. ; i c," $5,000.00, ,'. ',., ,
.. : :: Photography :: v.':' ,:
': :
Mr. and Mrs. Deane "D., Bogart ., 24 HOUR SERVICE :' .;. > ; :' : 'I ;
: I**!*******!**!**!*!**!**!
have as their guests. ,}.Ir. Bogart's ::i: Clewiston Photographic Service :: Y' ;

; parents, Mr. and Mrs., M.. B.. Bogart /"
'"' :;: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of ::
: of Sarasota. The visitors came ._. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station .j. United States Defense Savings'Bonds Are
specially to help observe the fourth
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birthday of little Lynn :Bogart. EDWARD B. SEEGERS Available In Our Office
.;. .;..., The House With The Red Roof ..:.. \ .:*

., Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie: of ,, .. ''- TP'n' ,... ... :, ,',,: .. ::: ..!! -=-'__ -_ ,, .. _. -. ,' ..: / .
Monks Corner, S. C., Were. visitors ASK ABOUT THEM, .
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t 4.... -- in Clewiston Wednesday. The Mc- 1:..!.*J N J N JM M J..J;:.*J N J N M N JwMDiscontinuing N:N'N:..:N:N:N N N:N:N:;.:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:;:N:N N:. :
1 Kenzies are former residents of ..
Clewiston. Mrs Ruth B. Owens ? '. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ,1 .'.'
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returned with them to Okeechobee j r. ij
- where they visited for a few days. '



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Lincoln Inscription )
and Otherwise /UL

The inscription in the' Lincoln

IT'S very charming to marrya Memorial in Washington, D.. C., 1
beautiful girl, but it's reads:

much better if the beautiful girlcan //& This Temple 1 I
make:: a beautiful lunch, ad- x .: ': :,:MnvAwn.. AwI,( }. $ B JOSEPHInstallment As in the Hearts of the American Peoplt '
vises an advisor. Sort of dinner For Whom He Saved the Union

belle, eh? Seventeen know," Jacqueline said. to talk too much. Are you faint, The Memory of Abraham LincolnIs

A smile is a thing of immense was out of school when the dear?" Enshrined Forever ,

face value. Larry rose without a word, came," Larry went on. "Dad "Just a bit woozy." it was written by Royal.Cortissoz, r.

"Dear Sir: I should be grateful if Jacqueline did likewise. She always been rather lavish with "Can you make it?" author and art critic. Now,72, Mr.

you could find me a job. I recentlylost bered the order and allowed as far as I was concerned, "Of course.,I'll get you home Cortissoz is celebrating his 50th
my husband and am badly in flashlight to hang limply in I never bothered my head where get Vince. Must get that book to year as art critic for the New York
need of one."Letter to a '"postmas hand, making a pool of light on from. I was down in South Rannie he's waiting." Herald Tribune. Mr. ,Cortissoz

ter. She knows where to look for floor in which she and Larry Got the idea that I was ''"Don't talk, dear. Just drive." 'who was born in Brooklyn, N. Y.,,

"mails." Trapped to make a big hit on my It seemed hours to Jacqueline be- left school at 14 to take a job withan

If a man doesn't know his "Now then, Miss," directed like' a Richard Harding Davis. fore the roadster came to a stop in architectural firm. But thoughhis

own mind he probably hasn'tmissed voice, "throw that package on what happened, as nearly Courtland street. She flew into the formal education ended,> he
floor this No could piece it together and from
much. over way.
house continued his self-education
where she found Vince, wild- and
Pitch it!" Mother told me after I got
To some people, life is what eyed and pacing restlessly up and was soon writing art, music and ,
Before she could comply, she She didn't live so very long
make. down her living literary criticism for .
you room.
the old died.
conscious of a lightning-like gentleman
by Larry. The torch was told me that. Are ,you all "Skipper!" he cried anxiously.
"Where in the world ."
from her hand. She heard its Larry?"
SAY tering crash on' the floor and making out. The process "Don't wait to talk, Vince," she

F R ON''UT''G room was in darkness. She a failure. The company went panted. "Larry is out in the car.
Instinctively that Larry had The stockholders some of He's hurt. Help me bring him in!" AS fA.SPtilRIIN,

to colds'miseries.Slip away from achey himself in the direction of that I thought Dad had fleeced "I've got to get that book to Ran-

muscles, sniffles,into sleep. Here's dou- There was a red stab of They brought suit against him nie," Larry groaned. "He's waitingup !

ble help that acts almost instantly.Rub A report that almost stunned .* I guess he couldn't stand for me." .

with Penetro.25c. with its intensity. Sensitive ." "Vince can take it to him. Come 1 .

Use as directed. PEl\.lrTDO Too frightened to cry out, she understand." now. I'll help, too."

tened. There was the sound of I found out through a And in spite of himself, Larry was r
of my father's in the textile escorted into the Flightless Duck
the of
fling writhing
Do YouLike Jingle Contests? The steamer duck, Tachyeres
vile epithet. Men panting. 'that another concern was "Cut that package open and let cinereus
found off the southern
Raleigh Cigarettes are now run- 'Larry's breathless: a process similar to Dad's. me see those books," he ordered.
ning another series of weekly con- "Jack! Run!" .some unknown reason, he never "All right was his comment, aft- coast of South America and so

tests for those'who can supply the Blindly she groped her way to patented it. Somebody else did. er he had leafed through a few named because, when swimming,
best last line to a jingle. Over 100 have the to do it churns the water .like a side-
door found it, waited. She money any pages. "Vince. You know where
liberal prizes each week. Watch not leave Larry. She must do but I did find out that Hicks lives?" wheel steamboat, loses its power
'this for details.-Adv. former the of flight after reaching maturity.
paper thing! partner was princi- "Sure."
Before she could collect her stockholder in the new firm. And
"Take those books to Rannie.
she heard a peculiar impact. they were making .money hand Don't let Then
anything stop you.
Pull the Trigger on sound of a body falling. She fist." wait there for me. You won't fail How To Relieve

a scream of fright when she felt a 'shame! It was the same me, will you, old man?"

Lazy Bowels with hand clutch her. Then Larry's it!" "No chance. Shall I take the

assuring: telling me? I didn't mind car?" Bronchitis

"All right, dear.Hurry.. Got money, but I, swore, if I ever .
"Leave it for me. I don't want
Ease for Stomach too "
package? -. to call a cab here. It's pretty dark Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
"Oh, yes!I" yet,and.I don't think anybody'll spot it goes right to the seat of the
When constipation brings on acid in- "Fine!I" He was almost the bus out front. Just as soon as trouble to help loosen and expel
digestion,stomach upset, bloating, dizzy her Up the steps, across the Jack ties ."He germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
spells, gas coated tongue, sour taste and Ing plunging recklessly through me up to soothe and heal raw tender, Inflamed
bad breath, your stomach is probably tered one of his old-time grins. bronchial mucous mem-
"crying the blues" because your bowelsdon't brush, along the fence.. "Pardon me. Vince, this is my wife branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
move. It calls for Laxative.Senna "Larry!" she 'called % Mrs. Cutter." bottle of Creomulsion with the un- J.
to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels, over her shoulder. "Are you I derstanding you must like the way It
combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect "Gimme those books, Vince said quickly allays the cough or you are
case to your stomach in taking.For years, right? gruffly. "You're both of you crazy." to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
many Doctors have given pepsin prepa- "Sure." By the time Larry had eased him-
rations in their prescriptions to make Now they ,were in the car
medicinemore agreeable to a touchy stomach self painfully out of his coat, Jacqueline -
Larry was backing it slowly] into for Coughs Chest Colds! Bronchitis
: So be sure your laxative contains' was at his side with a basinof
Syrup Pepsin.' Insist on Dr. Caldwell's main road. This time, he did hot water and clean clothes.
Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pep- turn on the lights but drove
sin:See how wonderfully the Laxative through the: darkness. At the "Cut the shirt, while I take it easya More Raleigh Jingles
Senna wakes up lazy nerves and musclesin minute," Larry suggested. He
your intestines to bring welcome relief turn, he peered through the Raleigh Cigarettes are again
leaned back with his closed.
from constipation. And the good old curtain. : 'KY' eyes offering liberal prizes in a big
this laxative "It's a load off mind to get .
Syrup: Pepsin makes so com- "Look! he called excitedly. my jingle contest to be run in this
fortable and easy on your stomach. Even those books away. They've got
didn't have time to !
love of much spare One hundred and thirty- r
finicky children the taste this dates and everything in them. It paper.
pleasant family laxative. Buy Dr. Cald- Jacqueline saw the lightsof a 4 three prizes will be awarded each
well's Laxative Senna at druggist ought to be clear sailing. for us
your topping the distant hill behind week.-Adv.
today. Try; one laxative combined with "You .?" she now."
mean w
Syrup Pepsin for easetoyourstomach,too. "Don't talk."

I fearfully."That guy had some sort of I "I like to talk to you. Then I'm Acid Indigestion

Early Carrier Pigeons rigged up. He was watching us 4i1 sure you're here and I'm not dream-

Using carrier pigeons for mili- the time from the old ing. Don't happen to have a drink, What many Doctors do for it

tary purposes began in the days of room. That's his boss coming.". do you?" heartburn When excess, doctors stomach prescribe acid causes the gas fastest-acting sour stomach
the Roman empire. Jacqueline's hand came out to "No. I'm sorry. I'll make you medicines known for ftymtomatic relief-medicines
like those in Bell-ons Tablets No laxative. If your
Larry's. She could see it j"I some black coffee in a minute. Does very first trial doesn't prove Bell-oas bettor return i 1
comfortable bottle to 01 and get double your money back, 2Se.
that feel more now?
on his knee. gave a scream of fright. I

"Do you know Oh, "I'll) say. You're a regular lit- '
ATcooo darling! You're hurt!" a'chance, I'd see to it that my tle campaigner, Jack." Best Medics _A#

JIOIES DRUG Jacqueline's cry burst out at name was cleared. If the "If you weren't hurt, I'd say it The best doctors in the world 1

aaeorru touch of Larry's fingers. They we got tonight is what. I was the nicest and most exciting are Dr. Diet, Dr. Quiet and Dr. 'J
t "
it is it's all we need. Jonathan Swift.
rk sticky, wet. time I ever had, she told him Merryman.-
t..tti t ."It's nothing," he assured you want to tell me what it lightly. "Now for coffee." How zr

.eaaa quickly. "Just a touch in the strange to be tending Larry this

der. I think it's almost quit course. My'father had a pre- way; and how-wonderful! ACHING-STiff

% ing ,just messy." way of recording 'all his experi- After sipping his coffee, Larry relaxed -
1 Itl s (eSSPdRPlc 2
"Larry, stop the car! Let me He never destroyed any cal- again and Jacqueline insistedhe I, '
it!" or results put them must rest a few moments longer. SORE MUSLSFor .

"I'd rather not, dear. I'm : in a memorandum book,"" or She promised to sit close be- PROMPT relief-rub on Mus- \,
'ing out all right. I want you to Written so fine that you side him. And he might hold her terole! Massage with this wonderful I
Do With Might home Vince will help me hardly read them. Mother told hand, too. "COUNTER-IRRITANT"actually brings

Whatsoever thy hand findeth to "Stop just a minute," she that he always kept the prac- fresh to help warm break blood up painful to aching local muscles con- '. ':':,

do, do it with thy might.-Ecclesi- ed. "Turn on that little light. up and cached them where they CHAPTER XIV gestion. Better than a mustard r
astes. don't care if they 'do catch up to safe from fire. I' knew where. plaster! Made in 3 strengths., .1
was, or thought I did." '
Nothing matters The next thing Jacqueline remem-
She was so insistent that he the hearth." <
bered was hearing a sharp rappingon
'Relieves distress from MONTHLY* over to the side of the road And I grew more sus- the apartment door. She sat up IDm '

stopped. He 'slipped his coat when I learned that this oth-. with a start, to find Larry on one elbow ]
FEMALEWEAKNESS his shoulder with Jacqueline's ;: fellow had bought our old place and staring about in a confused
then she opened his shirt was camping close by. The fact fashion.

"There's a handkerchief in our house was empty Well, "It's only somebody in the house," Appetite of Evil ';'j
breast pocket," he told her. me a hunch. Maybe this she whispered. Evil I has an appetite for falsity 'J
it into a pad and we'll try to tie knew of those records. He and eagerly seizes upon it as
"Why Jack, you've let me sleep,
Lydia E. Plnkham's Compound '
in place with other ; find them but he wasn't'go ,
my -
Tablets (with added Iron) not only Larry was beginning uneasily, when
chief. His fingers were to take chance of tenant ',
help relieve cramps, headache, a some his words were cut short by an- v
backache but also weak, cranky, ''Just below the top of my up the place and stumbling
other .
nervous feelings-due to monthly der, as I thought. Ploughed them." < rap."Open s uu ,
functional disturbances. up, said a quiet voice. 1
Taken regularly-Lydia Pink- muscle. There. surprised you didn't try to Larry motioned to his wife to go

ham's Tablets help build up resist- "Are you sure you can drive, them sooner." to the door. She opened it, stepped I I I -ouRo
ance against distress of "difficult ry? I can steer, if you'll do the was a catch there. If "CapBrusVApplicalormakesBUCKUAFAO 1.1
back with 'a faint exclamation of
days. They also help build up ':
blood. Follow label directions.; things. went wrong, I wanted to dismay. JUST A CO MUCH FARTHER
"No, indeed.: I'm a"famous in a position to fight. The other Standing there was Lieutenant DASH !N FEATHERS.. 'I
arm driver. Let's go. had influence and "
money. Frank Staples. And peering sharply '
"Don't talk dear. Save all
WNU-7 8-42 strength." Larry there's one thing over his shoulder ." '<

"Of course I'll talk.] I want .' understand. If your father Old Martin Jacobs, who sold her Great Wealth ,
those records, couldn't he have Furnace stock. .
the Southern
get some things out of my He who owns land, owns up to
himself and not She '
tered system. Don't know when "Good morning, Miss Anthony, the,,sky.-Law Maxim.
e be seeing'' you ." quite bring herself to say was Staples' bland greeting., "Sorry 'j'

"Everything can wait now, words. to bother you so early, but we'd like
Help Them Cleanse the Blood ry." something'that probably to talk a minute Oh, you have ,

of Harmful Body Waste "I don't want it to. You've never be explained. He may company! How are you, Mr. Cut- OLDS
Your kidneys been crushed that it drove
are constantly filtering so ter?
waste matter from the blood stream.But such a trump. I think
kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot guessed a good deal about to kill himself rather than be He entered the* room with Jacobsat quiek4i 43e
act Nature intended in court. On the other
as -fail to remove -
This will be sketchy. My his heels. ,
impurities that, it retained, may that he LIQUID
poison body machinery.tho system and upset the whole spent years in .perfecting a I'm suspicious" never Larry lay back on his pillow and TABLETS SAL.VENOSE
Symptoms may bo nagging backache, facturing process rather the stared belligerently at Jacobs, who 666 DROPS
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness nical, but it had to do with don't mean ? was eyeing him with cold interest. COUCH DROPS

under getting the up eyes nights-a feeling swelling of, puffiness nervous Quite revolutionary."Well I do," was the grim re Jacqueline felt suddenly faint. r..

anxiety and loss of pep and strength. to make a long story .. "I.don't suppose I could All this was her fault. She must
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
are sometimes burning, scanty he took in a partner.= A stock prove that. But I can't get have slept! She glanced at her clock mODERniZEWhether
too frequent urination.: pany was formed and a from it. The whole thing was mechanically.After .
treatment There should la wiser be no than doubt, neglect.that prompt Use started down East. This partner I up too quickly. I hope it's eight! you're planning a should party ;;
or remodeling a room you
Does Pillt.Doan't have been winning tended to all the details out now. Rannie Hicks and
new friends for but Jacobs' was the first to break the follow the advertisements...to learn
They have a nation-wide more than forty reputation.years. of the stock was unloaded on i father' are going to handle.it. If silence. He pointed at Larry with I what's new..and cheaper...and
Are recommended by grateful people toe friends. He was well known everything. we have ." his stick. better. And the place to find out
country over. Ask your neighbor about new things is right here in
well' liked.. As it always happens, ended his sentence abruptly "There's your man, Lieutenant. this newspaper. Its columns are
lot of that stock was held by leaned back wearily. Take him into custody. I will appear filled with important messages '
DOAN SPILLS who put most of their savings what is itl"! Jacqueline against him." which you should read regularly.I' .

It. at his arm. "You've tried TO BE CONTINUED) .

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4- &, Anyway, Jonah Had Been .

1 Taken In by the Whale! I. Lattice Fan Heirloom QUilt\\:

The nervous curate had arranged -

: t1 to preach on Jonah and the rich in tradition may be producedby .
whale. using the many different print '

"And for three days and three scraps which have accumulated T

t iWNU Semi, ESCRE .Np ADIOS nights"," he began, "Jonah was, in through the years.

theHe *
By VIRGINIA VALE blushed, stammered,stopped, .
Notes of an (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) No. Z9371, 15 cents, gives accurate cut
and then started again:
Innocent Bystander: SUBMARINES wer-e not "For three days and three ting guide color suggestions' yardage and .".
IF directions. For this*pattern send your ,;
The Front Pages: Walter ''Kerr actually torpedoing Allied nights Jonah was in the-" order to: 'i

sends good word from Moscow. The ships just off the Atlantic Once more he was covered with ,r'

i Reich is rushing its reserves to the coast I'd suspect that the confusion, and once more he i'j i
front and won't have enough men stopped, and, mopped his face. AUNT MARTHA
headlines and sto- Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
and equipment to launch the spring newspaper Then he gathered his courage in THE new Lattice Fan quilt is .
drive the Fuehrer his lie- ries announcing their pres- Enclose 15 cents for each pattern :'1
promised both hands, and with a mighty effort composed 12-inch blocks and

f dizzy countrymen Midget Goeb- ence were the work of a very he finished triumphantly: offers many possibilities' for arrangement desired. Pattern No............. '

bels confessed he's running out of smart press agent for Colum "And for three days and three and combination of col- Name................................

tricks to bamboozle the Huns at bia Pictures. For \ their new nights Jonah" was in the society of ors. One print may be used for Address...........................eo.. ;
home. He claims the Times' slo-
the whale. the entire quilt, or an heirloom
< gan, "All the News That's Fit to picture, "The Invaders, tellsof

,A Print," is the U. S. order, to muzzle the attempted invasion otCanada, .. ;

q the press. That's clumsy propaganda. through the Gulf of St. Lawrence, : NSuJ 1..
It' tells the Heinies nothing and by the crew of a German sub. Madein ;

it tells us plenty All kinds of England, it stars 'Raymond Mas-

books and essays have been written sey, Laurence Olivier and Leslie

r on how to click as a newspaper man. Howard, before ever'' a hostile peri- S

'r: i But we think Mark Twain summedit scope approached our coastline.,

up best when he urged, newspa- -7
pers to "gratify, some and astound When Director Michael Powell
,the rest." was casting "The Invaders" he remembered -
:, a child actress, Glynis WITH

r_ The story Tellers: "Hitler's New Johns, whom he'd seen four years
.; '. Scapegoat-the Catholics" is Look's ago in an English picture; "South
told her then that if
i /; amazing expose. Tells how ,Hitler Riding. He
he ever needed a child actress the 1
\ hopes to destroy the last remnants ,
,. of job would be hers. He needed a
: ; Christianity Liberty's next
I lady for "The Invaders," remembered -
.;. promises "the most inspiring mes- young
that.she might'be one by
sage for mankind after the by
now-and 18-year-old Glynis got the
r General Motors' vice-prexy, C. F.
Kettering Movie-Radio Guide role. S VAL.UABLES '
:: )
: now rates the movies with Vs in- .B&w CouaoN
'" stead of stars. "A Four V" film, Paramount reminds us that it's
etc. .- Nation featured an excit- just about a year since Veronica A BETTER SMOKE i e e ro

"' ing piece on the Irish and DeValera. Lake was introduced to the public; ., P d s0 ac1Y,adY en'sed ,
; _:'. Told how the Eire president, reminds us also that 1941 brought us

1..::: in a speech over here, many years other promising young actresses, WlJ.Milder'' and better-tasting! le;
vowed to to the aid of the notably Gene'Tierney, Alexis Smith, > ::
i .. ;, ago, come f|_ Your own eyes tell you that S
i 14/i.} U. S. whenever it needed Ireland, .- -
> etc. In the 'March Cosmopoli- Raleighs are finest quality-.
+ :f) : tan, Pierre J. Huss quotes Adolf as
tobacco is more golden colored than u win
4 7**. boasting that he knows how to fight .1

. :; ,; America. Wasn't he the same if other popular brands. And remember -
[ '
7. .. Fuehrer who he knew how '
; thought
.::, :'JJ; ,'" to whip the Bolsheviks? Col- Z yti -golden colored leaves bring thehighest _

: "" lier's pungent bit of advice for those prices at the great tobacco
": II.;: who spread fantastic _
: rumors:
; !i .{, "When in doubt-shut up!1" sales. Try Raleighs..they cost no more -

.l '...:.. Brooklyn night life differs from Man- than other popular priced cigarettes, r'

.: .r hattan's, Pic discloses, because it III '
yet they're. blended from 31 selected
takes place in clubs that are less

4 noisy and less expensive than those grades of golden Turkish and Domestic \ ti
.-. over the river. Maybe, but the advantage g
: over here is that the bores tobaccos. I I s BTT

are better known and easier to duck ':
; ': Typewriter Ribbons:' Confucius:

; To know what you know ,and know' Maria' Monte, Jane Russell and fftgfiioG'ET PREMIUMS FREE!
On the back of
what you don't know is the charac- Kathryn Grayson, but that Veronica fJffitJ: everyRaleigh
.. teristic of one who knows practically became a national insti- 4 ; pack there's a valuable coupon, good in the U. S. A.

I Lloyd C. Douglas: She could utterly tution, thanks to the one-eyed hair-do 4tJ for dozens of luxury premiums. Write for the catalog that
,destroy conversation and leave you that made her. famous.
;,' sitting there with a wreck on your "K'"-- f&$ describes them. These are the,same coupons that are packed

hands-and no' place to put it .' "Mr. ,Deeds Goes to Town" put with KOOL cigarettes. ;Next time get the pack with the cOupon -
a Bob Landry: He was one of those two; new words into common usage
on the back. ;:; buy Raleighs!
," guys you had to handle with gloves -"pixilated" and "doodling.' Long

-boxing gloves William C. before that everybody was saying
White: His smile was like a sliver of "Sez you," after they'd seen "What

lemon peel Daily Mirror: Gen- Price Glory?" Paramount very ,

'; erals Disappear-Von by Von much hopes that their wacky domestic ttTti i. i 'rL i
Clive Howard: She was mad about comedy, "Mr. and Mrs. Cugat,"
his music-especially his C notes 'will do the same for "whiffle,"

Charles Bonner: The tears meaning to exaggerate flagrantly; "
t :4". pearled beneath her eyelids Betty Field does it in the picture.

( :: Wilkie Mahoney: She is always mak -7

ing new friends because she never Pat O'Brien's contract with 20th
,/ can keep the old ones Dale Century-Fox has been "amicably Zlpperlilifoidand6clipKeyKoroseal Lady's Umbrella.
.':,. Collins: A scorpion of a woman terminated," and he's going to co- Holds Poker 300 Set.assorted Solid walnut chips,ease.two Case of genuine pigskin.Specify New style.Well made on rust-
.;' stinging her 'way through life '. star with George Raft in Universal's decks Bicycle cards. dark brown or black. less frame. Choice of, colors.
;;;; J. Broderick: He's this type of fel- "Broadway." He signed with Fox a

I <.-'.. low: If he had two apples he'd eat year ago to make two pictures; the
one and put the other in a safe. first was abandoned, but he was

:': :ry. -Buy Defense Bonds- paid, and he objected to the secondone. M.T..nM1 111. /
So Fox let him go Universal VflItSD STATLS
:: New York Newsreel:. SAYINGS BDflDt K
on loan-out, to wind up his contract.
Our perennial Miss America-the -7E--:
: .beautiful Statue of Liberty which
C ,
Francia White, soprano star of the
always leaves $122 Defense Savings Stampsmay
your vocabulary telephone hour, would hardly have .
breathless Dawn down through
looking time 'an now bo obtained
to accept honorary title
,; hundreds of their Brown & Williamson. Send 133
on boys on way to she's that busy these days; is on a OneIda Community Par Plate Raleigh coupons for each dollarSliverware.Pitcherl7Wtray Sport Jacket. Natural tan
the army-an army that is trying to singing tour of 65 army camps, has stamp. Defense Stamp Album, poplin. Wind- and showerwill
; give us a world that will be able to ,25 concert dates in as many cities- give exceptional wear. shown above free on request. proof..3 sizes. Light.weight. --

r enjoy. The the peace very polite and beauty subway of guard dawn and casts.still does her regular broad- TUNE IN Red Skelton and Ozzie Nelson every Tuesday night,NBC Red NetworkI'

( at Grand Central. After shoving people -----.",
... \ into the train, he remembers to
Tay Garnett, for 'years one of the
say, "Oh, I'm so terribly sorry!1" I I
... The screech of brakes and the best motion picture producers and
directors has entered
the radio
grinding of gears in midtown traffic.
..... field; the Tay Garnett 'Radio Pro-
An event that never fails to put a
ductions give you "Three Sheets to '
rough pebble into your emotional I i ItflKEm IK 1H1S i
the Wind"
Sunday evenings on the
: shoe.,
I NBC-Red network. John Wayne of

the movie stars, Helga Moray, ,Eng- ......
The cops stationed inside many HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN
lish and
stage screen actress, plays
of the midtown bars to make
certain opposite him. The series deals with "Want to milder blend?
soldiers and get a You have 133 chances to win. If
:;. sailors'aren't romantic adventure against a world I mple.It'sfun.Justthinkup send in more than one ,
gypped The burlesk doormen cruise background. a last line to this jingle.Make sure Want to get a dividend you your. chances of winning will entry bo
urging passersby to inside and it rhymes with the word "try."
go .
---7 I that much bett r. Don't delay.
Write last line of the Raleigh is the smoke to try
their hearts
warm over a striptease Rudy Vallee saw service in the last = Start thinking right now.
;' The midget Roxy usher standingin jingle on the reverse side of a n
i war as a third class seaman - - .
on a I Raleigh package wrapper (or a
First $100.00 cash
the center of its gigantic lobby, had to add prize i
destroyer; a couple, of facsimile thereof sign it with
looking lost in its vastness The years to his real age to get in. SUb-, I your full name and address, and Second prize 50.00 cash t'
Plaza, yawny with silence at 4 ayem sequently, after he became famous, mail it to Brown &; Williamson originality and aptness of the line you write..nn.l.third prize. 25.00 cash
listening to the winds hum a lullaby. the of Maine him the Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box 1799, Judges' decisions must be accepted as f.
governor gave I Louisville, Kentucky, postIn case of ties. duplicate prizes will be 5 prizes of $10.00 50.00 cash '
title of lieutenant I'
; honorary com- marked not later than midnight awarded. Winners will be notified by mail.
,. The clock on the International .
large mander he # 25 prizes of$5.00 .125.00 cash
..' \ ; recently was made an I March 7,1942. Anyone may enter (except employees I Bldg. ticking its monotonous tale honorary flying cadet. But he has ; Tobacco Corp., their III
You may enter as many last Brown &; Williamson 100 prizes of a carton
of eternity Subwayites holding the satisfaction of knowing that he I lines as you wish, if they are all advertising agents, or their families). All '
." a strap with one hand and a paper got into the navy the first time the written on separate Raleigh packentries and ideas therein become the prop- of Raleighs 150.00ige I
with the other, being pushed and hard way.Fourteen. I wrappers (or facsimiles). erty of Brown &; Williamson Tobacco -
mauled, yet calmly continuing to ____._.r----, Prizes will be awarded on the Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00 J

read 'Moonlight silvering the years ago this month the L_________ _____r or.rrtrrrsa.e-
of the Hudson river People
scalp \
CBS team of "Amos"n' Andy, then
.standing at bars trying desper-
known "Sam 'n' "
as Henry made
ately to drown that 20th 'century their first personal appearance tour.. The Merchants. Who Advertise Are Not =
ache in their souls The dare- The following March they adopted Y j jI

, .... as devil if cabbies they're,trying who drive to murder their cars the their know present what's names been and happeningsince actandyou Afraid of Their Merchandise or Prices

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starts this week. 18 holes qualifying DOTY ASSOCIATE ENGINEERJohn deemed .according to law, r
.. :..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..; then matched up according to described therein will the be.property sold- 1942.Dated this2ndday' of February, I'I
to the highest bidder }
what you shoot. 50 cents entry H. Doty left Monday ,for house door on the first at Monday the court In (Seal) WILLIAM: T. HULL I j

: fee to cover the cost of prizes. We Vicksburg, Miss., where he has been the month of March. 1942, which Is Hendry Clerk Circuit County, Florida.Court of '
the 2nd of ,
day March 1942.
With Our Boys;: would like to see :everyone. in this appointed an associate engineer .. 4t. Feb. 6-13-2JO-27, 1942. f:

tournament .to make. It.a real suc- . .,,, _. . .. .. -
with the Corps of U. S. Engineersand hN.. .!.;_!N N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N N NIF u.u".. . .. ..
N .
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No matter what shoot ; ; ; ; ; ;N;N;N;N N
cess. you : : :11: :11:N:N:I:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N: :-'
:M:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N: :..:N:N:N:N:N:ti N:N N NINA..:N you will be matched with a golfer will work out of the district ::

who shoots about the same game. engineer's office. He will visit t
Moore, whom the army i
knows Coburn as 2nd, Lt. Thomas C. Moore!, Until next week. with Mark ,R.; Lawler and family, CLEW IS TON f
i CLYDE LEONARD. former Clewiston"-jesidents, in New
several with his
visited for and sisters and friends in I Orleans en route to Vicksburg. .. k
mother 2: GOLF COURSE I-j:
Clewiston last week, then left for Garden Club Hears- t

Victoria, Texas where he enters!?, NOTICE -OF APPLICATION FOIL :;: :
the advanced flying school'at, Foster -: TAX DEEDs

Field for the final phase alt:ij,\I (Continued from page 1) ( <<"nnt Kill No. 163) *j. :i_: Public Invited, :.;:

his flight training, learning toj J f! W. E. Dilley, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN, That .y. .'
handle faster, more powerful ships; T. Deane' Duff, Mrs. E. W. Durst, CarYl} C., .Carlton, holder of CertificatesNo. .. ,' .. ..
.. '
882, 883, 885, 886, 887, 889, 890 -.dIII .t.
of war, and to specialize in pursuit:,Mrs. A. L. HacKett, Mrs. O. ,A. issued the 7th day of September, A.D. :: ...- ; I
bombardment observation. Co-'j i Jones, Mrs. E.' 'E.: Kelly, Mrs. W. 1931, has filed same in my office and :t: -.. I .' :: I

burn is hoping intensely, that he is ,D. King, Mrs W. L. Lott, Mrs. C. has be made issued application thereon. for Said a certificates tax deedto ..%.. ..t. I!
given bombardment training, for he j! L. McLendon, .Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, embrace the following described prop- .;. ., ..
wants ..th real thing" in this i I.Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs., N. V. S. erty in the County of Hendry, State I :::

fight.. Coburn had, three years a't.I[,i Mumford, Mrs. R. C. Nowllng, :Mrs. of Florida SE iof, to-wit Section: 31, S\V\i of I Showers installed in locker *
the University of Florida, wherehe W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Section 33, 'Township :47 S, Range :
received his letter in baseball I,Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, Mrs. G. B. Rack- 34 E; y
NJof Section 2, S/ti of Sec 3. %
three years. He enlisted in the straw, Mrs. L. L. Spicer, Mrs. E. Nth Section 4, NE'4 Section C, y Y
Army Air Corps, received. primary L. Stewart, Mrs G.. B. Thomas, Mrs. SV6 and N'VtSection .9, Town- :_: rooms ..
ship 48 S. 34 E. : : :
training at Randolph Field, (the H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. F. A. Haines, The assessment Range of the said property :%: : ... ....
West Point of the Air), then went Mrs. Kate Crawford, J. L. Bush under the said certificates issued was ;
to Goodfellow Field! San Angelo, and Mrs. W. A. Reed. In the name' of, Tatom Bros. Corp. .%. ( r
Unless said certificates shall be re-

school's Texas, for largest basic class training of with,aviation the .. f Greent'' {in: excellent condition 1 I I

cadets. Here he was a student of- :_: .,
ficer and had his first experiencesin ::. \ !: .-';_::' : I
; ::
night flying, aerobatics, cross We Buy and Sell ._. -', -'Lt..
country, instrument and formation' + ASK THE PRO ABOUT LADIES' TOURNAMENT %.
flying. In ground _school he received U. S. SUGAR :%

instruction in radio code, wea- _: Keep physically fit Play Golf i icaJI ;I Ik

ther, engine maintenance and mili- Common and Preferred Stock ..%.. ".
tary' law.Coburn. %
is one of Clewiston's ORDERS MAY BE PHONED COLLECT I

favorite sons, and is as fine as .
they come anywhere on earth. If Ernest S. StevensStock :: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP ::

anything could make us feel better and Bond Broker .. ,
about the war situation, it's that : I
the nation has Coburn Moore and I I PHONE 4 =Ist National Bonk Building. FORT MYERS :.:. DAILY GREEN FEES =:

others like him in the midst of it ; i

now, and training for the fight thatis :::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. &
to come.

Joe Hall .has landed in Fort

Riley, Kansas, where his addressis
Co. 3. C.R.T.C. Jack Moorman,
the army calls him A. L. Moorman, Planned. Before Costs Went Up .. YOU, SAVE 15 TO 35 % .

is still at 419 Tech School Squadron .v

Barracks 561, Sheppard Field, ;'

"Texas, where there was a Clewiston :

from Roger gang.Riddle recently Roger Field was Saxon were issued and others there.new OO : 'fFURIITUR'Eo: d RGSALEMBRIJ i

', .
equipment and sent to California, "> ,. ''' .,: ( _.. ... :iA1
where he sent a message that he ."
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was boarding a boat, but what, *,* __ CBI\E'::
when, where or why were unknown,

even to Roger. Hurd Reeves, Jr.,
is 724th M. P. by Co. ,D. Camp i
Blanding. J. B. Brantley's addressis
Platoon 117 N.T.SN.O.B.., Nor- MUST MEET NoteYou

folk, Va., and Ray Bass is stuck <,
off by himself (as far as Clewiston This is' a: war of industryand "
boys are concerned) Btry D. 1st
economy-a war
Battalion 4th Platoon Eustis Can Still
Fort '
fought On the Home Frontas ..'
Virginia. on land on sea and in the .
The boys in service do like the UseS ars Easy
home-town air We at home'must back
newspaper and. we like
to send it to them, so please giveus up the economic system Payment Plan! f
the name and address of any upon'which ou'r fighting

Clewiston boy who is in the arm forces depend for'their very

ed forces. (Sorry, but this offercannot existence--and we must To purchase' anything in 'our retail

be extended to include members 'meet.the challenge to work, 'stores in amounts' of $10.00or .
of your family unless they, l
to cooperate, to save. Recent credit
more. regulations -
too, lived in Clewiston.)jf
,for higher deposits apply ;
BUY DEFENSETHRILLER STAMPS only 'to comparatively few of our ;

Gene. Sarazen-came back and 2v r A
tried our course again. Playing items.F.Iiu4iiR

with Jay Moran, E. E. Cross, Foy ;

Durrence and Clyde Leonard, he
shot a 34-two under par.
Our club championship for men ,

t $ ..o9i

Value $1.49 r e Value $1.98

1 Lr :' "; A pillow made to e;< f
a-'?+, gi\c jou comfort A stool for many
and wear. Buy I S H sos 'in your

<, ,' t c some today and home. Ideal for
i derive pleasurable use in kitchens.
." sleep! 21 x Areal Thriller I
';'. 27 'size. buy. .1



The SPRING' The MATTRESS :.;<.... .: ;. t UNPAINTED

bought that garage under the I / x SSe

ABC Monthly Payment Plan and $6.88, $12.88 $1.88
the ,
monthly installments aien' ,.
any more than rent S VALUE $9.00 VALUE $16.00
Value $1. O. .: D = Value $2.98

Money Availablefor .S .;. op 2 Big, roomyjet Outstanding value.' New; sturdily A truly sensational price for a A sturdy night
-> x constructed; 90-coil double 180-coil innerspring mattress. ,} table of Douglas
Repairs costs little. deck bed springs. Made with Xoii-sag i-oll edge, sanitary I; fir and spruce.

Not only can you purchase a ;, r Heavy comforta- every feature that insures ventilation. Handles,_ for conenient i .' Solid top sides,
gar Ij ble seat. 15 inches sag-proof service. Single and \' turning. Single or dou :; shelf, and drawer. -
age on the ABC ;
easy terms but "."ws %f rr ,. ... .
also home square. sizes. ble sizes.
repairs' and home remodehig.'We'Il I
gladly help you
in planning and will work with -
your contractor or recommendone
if you have none


Bishop-Wilson '1000 First Street Fort Myers, Florida

Lumber ,Co. > .
Store Hours 9 to 6-Saturday 9 to 9:30 .' Phone 901 or 902 .
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