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: March 13, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028415:00882
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: : Glen Etherton Is Sugar House Is Closed To-

\i 7,000-100 Topped First CandidateFor _

County OfficeThe Visitors During Duration :

, House Crews first candidate of the countyto ) --

L' ,;: .! By Sugar r make candidacy public is ,G.announcement E. Etherton ofhis of Scout Committeemen I Management FollowingStep

__.__ Clewiston who is seeking reelection Taken All
. ) Called for Meeting by
to the office of county commissioner -

't ,, :, : Grinding Record Again 1 1,085 Registered To from this district, No. 1. "'--- .. I Vital Industries ;,

Mr. Ethertou popular owner and
W. C. Owen, council commissioner -
: Broken After Only I Date In Hendry Co. operator. of the Sugarland Service of the SunnyLand Council, has

Station, is now serving his first called a meeting of all committeemen By order of the management the

Ten Days term as a commissioner havingwon of the Glades-Hendry districton sugar house of the United States

Up until Wednesday morning of the office in the 1940 elec- March 24 at Felda. This meet- Sugar Corporation was closed Wednesday --, -

this ,week a total of 1085 voters ion. He invites a close inspection ing will be in connection with the
Workers at the sugar house of night to visitors and will remain ,
had re-registered in the county and of his record during the fifteen regular monthly 'court of review

{ the United States Sugar Corpora are 'qualified to vote in the May months he has served as commissioner and all committeemen are urged to closed for the duration of the

tion will now be compelled to hang primary ,elections, according to a and feels that this record be present. ;

*: up another goal at which to shoot report, ,from the office of John L. justifies his asking for another The present list of committeemen war.In commenting upon the closing

." for yesterday's grind, or the day Hall, supervisor of registration. term in Office. ,
is as follows: Organization and
this morning, Jay W. Moran, vice-
Vending at six o'clock this morning,
/' Of this number 676 have reg- So far no other candidate has Extension, R. M. Harris, LaBelle; :
: established a new record surpassing announced either here in the president and general manager of r
r istered in Clewiston, precinct one. or Leadership Training, Rev. A. M. J
the previous mark at which ,Precinct 2 at LaBelle has 97, pre- west end of the county and the Glisson, LaBelle; Camping and Ac- the corporation stated: "We have ..
'd they had been aiming. 288 cars LaBelle has 152 dead-line for qualifying is at mid- no reason to suspect malicious
; cinct 3, precinct tivities, L. E.. Farnam, Moore Ha-. any
of cane passed through the mills four, Denaud has 56 and precinct night. next Friday night ven; Health and Safety, Sandy intent on the part of any ,of 'our
I .
and the day's report showed that 5, Felda, has 104. Bell, Clewiston; Advancement, J.I visitors' but we cannot afford to -F'
7,045 tons were ground. hazard the continued. of
The dead-line for registering Is M. Couse, Moore Haven; Finance, production
i The sugar house crews had 18 and ''Hall such a vital foodstuff, the employment -
-. midnight April expects AIR MARSHALL EVILL R. N. Miller, LaBelle; Cubbing
: voluntarily set up a mark of seven I of
an additional four hundred reg- Keathley Bowden, Clewiston; In- a large group of people or
thousand, tons and were able to top I istrations before that date. 'His damage to our property."
terracial, G. H. Small, Clewiston;
a \ that mark less than two weeks office hours at the LaBelle courthouse PRESENTS WINGS TO Reading, Oscar Smith, Moore Ha-' "We are merely acting," :3Ir. -_ ,
after establishing a new record of
are from ten a. m. until one ven; Rural Scouting, M.,. O. Allen, Moran continued, "in accordancewtih
) 6,826 tons on March 2 and only and from three to six p. m. He Felda; Senior Scouting, W. W. a practice adopted throughout
:' +iI.L three weeks after they had estab- will take half holiday on Saturday GRADUATING CADETSAir the ;
a Perry, Clewiston; District Commis- country in all industrial plants
lished a new grinding 'record cf during the month of March., .sioner, Dan Padgett, Clewiston. and operations of a similar nature.
6,796 tons on February 24. I We will continue to receive visitors _:;:'

, / With records falling so rapidly Marshall D. S. C. Evill of to inspect our plantations 'andother J

] '" it SB seen as quite likely that the CANDIDATES MUST Washington arrived by plane at properties and will provide _
record established ENGLISH APPROVES '
< new yesterday Riddle Field Thursday Afternoon them with the same literature f

: & may fall before the end of the sea- in time to present forty-six grad- which has 'been dispensed in the :;F'I ;I II

'1 son. QUALIFY BEFORE uating RAF cadets with their wings REFUNDING SCHOOL I past at the sugar house." .:w''
... The'best record for a daily I and to speak to them a few wordsof Thus is closed one of the'great ".r,
:1 ;grinding in any previous season encouragement and advice. .
est tourist attractions in the state
: was made on March 23, 1941, NEXT FRIDAY NITE "Watch, yourselves and don't get BOND INDEBTEDNESS thousands of winter visitors com'J.

";. when 6,409.48 tons were ground.It careless," Evill :cautioned the' ca ing to Clewiston each season to ,

was in January of 1937 that dets. "We need you now." make a tour of the sugar house, ,Jon .

the 5,000; ton mark was first topped Candidates who seek a county More than two hundred people County Superintendent C. E. which they were conducted 'by !

and in the intervening five office in the May primary elections attended the graduation ceremoniesand Weaver has been advised by State efficient and courteous guides.. The ,1{

years the production of the Clewis- and filing fees Superintendent Colin English of his ,
must qualify pay onor the weather was near 'perfect number? ,of visitors has increased
ton sugar house has been steppedup before midnight of March 20, as this record-breaking class of approval of a plan for the refund- each season ,and every state in the

by ,almost fifty' per' cent by the according to information releasedby cadets stood in formation as they ing of certain county school bonds union and ,many foreign countries ,:
t addition of certain mechanical im- through J. B. Van Ingen & Co., *
County Attorney H.; A. Rider.
were inspected> by their officers, "' are represented. :on, the visitor'sroster
,"eo. ---.' \. ,.' provements" ,and \ ,more' *"efficient' Rider ,.said. th# new ,law reads Flight Commander Rampkling, Inc., of Miami'vA"iih. neaps a, saving :'each year: ; ? ':'

operation. The' increase m production the deadline is 45 days before the Squadron Leader George Burdick of approximately $44,000 to The number of 'visitors for the '
: at this time, however, is attributed taxpayers of the county.
first primary in this, case May 5th, and Captain Nickerson, heard their 1941-42 season had reached 14,936

by the management, in and was passed at the '39, session names called to' receive their covet- The'refinancing plan was worked Tuesday night and Wednesday's

, '. large part, to the voluntary efforts of-the state legislature.The ed wings, heard the short but '"impressive out by Robert H. Cook & Companyof visitors brought this figure well

.of the workers themselves who feel run-off for those who fail talk by Air Marshall Evill Miami and includes school bondsof above fifteen thousand. \

that they are 'doing their part in to get a majority of the votes in and paraded by the reviewing stand district 4 at Felda and district

the war effort by turning out as the first election is :May 26. before dismissal. 5 which includes LaBelle and the

much of this essential foodstuff as Candidates for county offices old school building at Clewiston. Clewiston Students
Following the exercises nine of
w *. -.- possible and as rapidly as pos- must be properly registered, then Previous information received "
the advanced training planes, '
. sible. qualify and pay filing fees to Circuit appears in error in that none of Own 2868.70 In
piloted by members of the class
> Clerk William T. Hull. Candidates -
the bonds have defaulted. Two of
and led Flight Commander
' .., Clifford 36 for state senator must file by have Bonds and StampsIn
:.: + Beatty, (Continued on Page 8)) those in the Felda district
with the Secretary of State on or
,. been retired and the other eighteen
: ': ..DiedJAt Hospital before March 20. would not.be. due until July 1,
a survey made the first of
{ The first itemized campaign expense 1946, accoiding" to information

;': a, As Result of Burns I statement must be filed by SCHOOL PREPARESFOR furnished by Clerk W. P. Andrewsof found the week that, Principal students of R. the W. Clew-Turk
II candidates and
I between April 5 the county superintendent's of
iston school atotal of
now own
midnight of April 10. Seekers of

Clifford Danvers Beatty, 36, died county offices will file with Clerk FIRE AND BOMBS fice.The total amount ,of Felda bonds $2,868.70'in defense bonds and
stamps and all are buying othersas
:;' ', : :. at the Clewiston, Emergency Hospital Hull and candidates for state offices and interest outstanding 'is $79,-
Wednesday morning his with the secretary of state. 750 which will be refunded with rapidly as possible.

death resulting from severe burns The second statement will be filed' WITH REGULAR DRILLAlthough a new issue of $64,640 or a savingof Prof. Turk also points out that

received twelve days: earlier I when between April 23.and April, 27, inclusive $15,110.. The refunding issue the survey; was made with a great

a small kerosene, can exploded ,as and the third between May will be four per cent bonds and I'many of the children absent from

lie lighted a, fire in the fireplace 27 and June 5, inclusive. it is, sincerely hoped $26,000 due from 1952 to 1962 school due to the present epidemic
.. that bombs will never fall on
'; of his 'home ::here. Although Mr. will be callable at par after Jan. of measles and that another survey
'.... Clew ston and that fires will
will be made as soon as the attendance -
nave been '
Beatty was known to 1, 52.The.
I, Home in the school build- '
Destroyed By never occur is again normal.
quite seriously burned his death total amount of principaland
,::. came as'a severe shock to the I Ih ings, if such disaster should strikeit interest on district 5' indebted- These figures represent the total -
will not find the students and
: e 'Community where he and his fam- Fire On SaturdayFire (Continued ,on. page 8)) owned by the children, both
', the local school
faculty of un
ily .have lived for seven years. those they have purchased them-

,Mr. Beatty was employed by the prepared.For selves and those they have receivedas
which broke out in the several weeks the children Officers ElectedAt
U. S. Engineers at the Clewiston gifts. The school has sold about
home of Norman Hansen in the have through regular fire -
been put
..;:,.;,., warehouse during his residence $300.00 worth .of stamps, fifty
south wing of a duplex on east drills until now either the elemen- Legion Meeting -
; here. dollars of that amount being sold
5 Ventura near the A. C. L. freight tary school building'or the high
:; Surviving are his parents, Mr. last month.
depot Saturday morning as the re- school building can be emptied in --
... :and .Mrs. J. R. Beatty, of Panama TheyClewiston American Legion The elementary school, throughthe
sult of a kerosene stove''exIllosion, three-quarters of a minute when
City, Fla., and a 'sister, Mrs. A. B.
sixth grade, has the largest
at the regular meeting on
" destroyed this wing and badly the three bell signal gives the fire
3Iidgette, of Cape' Girardeau, Mis- damaged the other apartment occupied Tuesday night named the follow- total with $1,209.35 but the junior
alarm. -
souri; his wife,, the former Betty follows high school with only three grades
by M. J. Sapp and family. Not only can the buildings be ing officers for the new year as
he married '
Chalker, to whom was has the high average'per' grade
The fire occured very early in evacuated rapidly but the'students :
<= fourteen and three chil-
years ago, with $1,005.95. The senior high
the morning when Mr. Hansen arose themselves ,will make short workof R. N. Miller, LaBelle Commander. '
dren, Clifford, ,12; Lionel, 10., and school has only $251.85 and the
milk the -
early to cow and perform any ordinary fire. Upon sound-
Sylvia, 4. His mother came to other chores before waking the ing the fire alarm in, his office G. B. Thomas, Vice Commander. faculty $401.55. The sixth grade
Clewiston shortly after the accident with $844.65 is high grade and
family. He was coming in from Frank Conkling, Adjutant.
sis'ter Principal R. W. Turk immediatelygives
; and the arrived Tues-
the ninth is a close second with
,. milking when he saw the fire and a signal on the buzzer con- O. A. Jones, Historian.R.
from her- home in Missouri.
day ,
after waking the family drove to necting with the high school build- M. Bishop, Chaplain.E. $812.90.
. Funeral services held
were yesterday -
\ !. ,- afternoon in Plant City and the fire department to wake up ing and a selected group of nine M. Cornette, SergeantatArms. -
Jimmy Weaver who sounded the Auditorium PopularAt
: / interment was in the Plant City boys is almost immediately at
Wells Funeral Home fire alarm. The building was badly hand. Two of these station them- Routine business and reports occupied -
burned before the fire department the greater part of the Park
children Sugarland
? ; .. was in charge of the, arrangements. selves at exits to keep the
" could get on the job. meeting time.
moving while the others proceed at
:" Air. Beatty was: a member of the
><,' Hillsboro Avenue Baptist Church once to the scene of the fire. Fifteen -
," ,.'), .. in Tampa and ,a former pastor of I Meeting of ,Defense fire extinguishers have been Cane HarvestersAre joyed. Approximately the facilities 1500 of the people SugarlandPark en-
assembled at strategic points
': that church conducted the funeral
,-,,. J .."::' services. I Council Is Called at least six of, these will be Instantly Now In Use auditorium during the monthof this
February, was reported
available to the firefighting -
:: Pall-bearers fellow workers
: : were I week ,by Mrs. A. O. Oliver, social
is of Nick
: crew which composed
'r with the U. S.: Engineers here: V.
., '.' .', E. Bryant, Richard Hooks, W. F. A meeting of the Hendry County Schiffli, Sherwood Hall, Oliver The United States Sugar Corporation supervisor.

. .r ,"' Nall, C. E. Bailey, Julian Dickson Defense Council has been called Martinez, Elbert Hooker, Sonny foreseeing a shortage of Children's parties on Saturdayshave

.. (" and Herman Dyess."l for Monday night at 8:00 at the Vaughn, Robert Hodges, Jack labor due to the war, has been become very: ,popular from two

The sympathy of the entire com- court house in LaBelle to discuss Martinez, ,Edwin Roath and John working actively this year on improvements o'clock in the afternoon until six

.'i "- munity is extended to the bereaved problems relating to the set-up in Bethea. A call for the local fire to a sugar cane harvester o'clock. There has been a good attendance -

'."l family.. this county, it was announced this department is ,made as soon as the and now three of them are in also at bingo parties on

't. morning by W. C. Owen, secretary. first signal is sounded. use in plantations near Clewiston. Wednesday night at which defense

'TO ARMY MEDICAL COUPS All committee chairmen and This group of boys has been Continued efforts to improve the stamps are given as prizes.

committee members appointed to chosen by Mr. Turk In such a man- harvesters will be made during the The total for February includesthe

d t .., Dr. Walter F. Purdon, local date are urgently requested to be ner that the practice can be con- summer months and it is seen as two hundred or more attendingthe

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. '.-1 Medical Corps and leaves today to any other interested persons,., who year to year as only one of the the harvesters: will be in. operationnext large crowds attending the two
begin active duty. may wish to attend. (Continued on page 8) season. I opening dances ._____ ___

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THE. CHEERFUL. CHERUB( J:: I Life's Vexations. if I

_I I wish th .t I were, Life is a tender thing and is
easily molested. There
is always

briWt m tlks MfN ys Mr','! 4y+v xnx .Vfwy NN wxw,+vMth. N.:4!;f.Yl.x: Ml f .o'q'M S WirYMYM: '900YMMhtn, f/ '7 something that goes amiss. Vain
fly mind just txts jo vxations-v sometimes, but

gczred and .slow. Installment NineteenAs Courtland street.. She was quite ing there again and now, I'll always vexations The smallestand

Still lot of times I overawed with its seeming magnificence have someone to share it with me." slightest impediments are the

soon as Vince left the room, and rather fearful when she "Oh, I'd love it, Larry. I've want- most piercing; and as little letters .
make folks kVgh--; Larry said soberly to Jacqueline: took her husband to inspect it one ed to live there ever since I saw it most tire the eyes, so do little affairs -

It's, not when I intend "I'm not going to interfere with evening. that first time in the moonlight. I most disturb us.-Montaigne. I. }

to things too much. But as soon as "Not very big," was his comment, was planting roses around those old

though. ( you shake that job of yours "but it'll do, if it suits you., I want I pillars when that man scared me." Costliest War YearsThe
f1A (0"
(\ (" 0.)1 next week, to be exact you're to get away from the hotel." "Then we'll have roses," Larry

0 going to start being Mrs. LarrimoreH. "Don't,you like it any more?" she declared. "Vince, you'd better planto costliest war years thus far

Cutter in the right fashion. Un- asked demurely. voyage with us. How about it?" are as follows: War of 1812, $34-
til 'we know about this Jacobs affair "No. It gives me the willies every Vince wriggled uncomfortably in 721,000; Mexican war, $57,281,000Civil

0 we'll find a furnished apart- time I pass through the lobby his chair. war, $1,297,555,000'War.With; ;

ment for the time being. Why don't and see that other dame in your "No I guess not. Thank, you, Spain, $605,072,000; First World

you begin now by putting on your little office. Makes me feel like just the same." war, $18,522,895,000; Second World 4

WNU Service. ring? It will save announcements." throwing her out. And your cigar "Too busy on the invention? Heard war, $59,027,992,000.
Jack's eyes twinkled wickedly."I I peddling friend was asking me anything?"

h'aven't got it." about you yesterday. She seems all "Yes ." Vince cleared his

"Where is it?" broken up because ,you disappeared throat. "Hate to tell you, Larry Beware

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT "Down in the Second National without saying good-by." but somebody else beat me to Coughsfrom

Bank." "Poor Virgie. I must run in and that thing five years ago."

I "Of all things! Saving it for evi- say hello". to her.. You ,didn't explain Larry threw his head back and common colds

dence, were you?" ? laughed. "Excuse me, Vince," he
"Who? Me? I told her I had beenon That On
"Exactly.: It's in my hopeless apologized. "That sounded so tragic. Hang
chest along with the contract, our the point of asking the manage- You'll have to come along now,
certificate and beau- ment where you were. She gave while another." CreomulsIon relieves promptly because i
marriage some you're thinking
goes right to the seat of the :
me a dirty look for that I
tiful but worthless stock certifi- Vince shifted his position again. trouble to help loosen and expel
TREES two and three-year old, cates." ing of Alma, my blonde/'of course. "No. I think I'm through invent germ laden phlegm, and aid nature .A \

leading each. Buy varieties now. ten Don't and wish fifteen you cents had. "Tear 'em all up except the "Are you sure you weren't?" ing I've always wanted to take to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed '
ELLIJAY NURSERIES EUJJay, Georgia. "No. I was thinking of my wife. bronchial mucous mem- t
ring and the wedding document. up farming. I guess, maybe, I will. branes.Tell your druggist to sell '
have you
You haven't so much to move,
one the clerk wrote not mine. ?" "Thinking of buying a farm? a bottle of Creomulsion with the un- 'I
"Larry I'll have to tell you you That's fine." derstanding you must like the way it I
If You Bake.at Home It's "Just my clothes and a few quickly allays the cough or you are
something. I almost forgot.
"Well not exactly. You see,
We have prepared, and<: will send about those stock certificates. I other things. I. ." to have your money back.CREOMULS60N. \
absolutely free to you a yeast "Send them over in the morning..,
bought them at Mr. Jacob's urging. I
Tomorrow night ,the Cutters will be "Jack, Larry said with a grin,
book full of such
recipe grand "
"What! Larry almost shouted. "Vince and Mrs. Brown have been for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis
recipes as Oven Scones, Cheese jn their own home. Please !
"Do to tell me that old
you carrying on a shameless romance .
Jack? ...
Puffs, Honey Pecan Buns, Coffee .
into Now
curmudgeon got you since I sent him there from
"Yes ever up I
Cakes and Rolls. Just drop a card Impatient Ruler ;
do have it in for him! For how much the hospital. That's what he's try-
with name and address to ,There is I'
your. no friendship between
did he nick ? "
Standard Brands Inc., 691 Wash- you The first Sunday afternoon in the ing to tell you. those in II'
who rules
"For about all I had power; .. will
ington St., New York City.-Adv. new home took the nature of a "Oh, Vince! 1 i
always impatient of associ-
"I'll take it out of his hide" Larry housewarming, with Vince as guestof "Well, maybe ,. ." ate.-Lucan. an
promised.uDon't worry. honor. Jacqueline flew to her father's :

"But, Larry ." Vince brought the topic of Mar: side and flung her arms about him.
HAIR "Don't go standing up for him. up "I think that's wonderful! Please
tin Jacobs. He curious to learn
2 TONIC He isn't worth any pity." the latest developments."We're was . please, be very happy!" BUNII1JNS
"But don't ? I never
you see
"Sure, sure and I think I'd
getting some place, now,
BOTTLE IO25 thought of it myself Jacque- Get this quick relief.Lilta
better be ,starting back.
Larry admitted. "After the law firm
line appeared somewhat panic- shoe pressure, soothes'
stricken. "If it hadn't been for Mr. of Hicks and Hicks got through out- "Car all right, Vince?" Larry in- I spot.cushions Costs the but sensitive trifle.(..J

'Mrs.: at Six Jacobs ." lining things to the old gentlemanhe quired. a a

"Miss" was considered a flip- Comprehension dawned in Larry's was more than willing to play. "Why, yes. r rrrDishonest

pant, childish and unflattering ti- dark eyes. Any pay., Of course, you never'can "Then you'd better keep it. You'll 'of

tle-until recently. During colonial "All, I see! You were broke. All tell what will happen when a thing need it." We'll pick" up another one

times, all ladies were called through the evil advice of the old like that drags through the courts, when we get" back. Man

Mrs.-even at the tender age of villain in the piece. Own up, now! but Jacobs is anxious to settle out- "Thanks! Honesty is the best policy, but he
six! side. I think that's the it will After Vince went, Larry laid more
That's why you took. .me on, wasn'tit way who acts on that principle is not an
end." wood on the fire, then drew Jac-

?Jacqueline's cheeks flamed. She "Did he own up to anything?" queline back'to a seat on the couch. honest man.-Archbishop WhatelyDON'T

Pull the had intended to tell Larry all about Vince wanted to know. Presently, Larry lifted his wife's

Trigger on everything. But to hear it "He didn't have a chance. We left hand to the light.

stated in that bald fashion was almost pinned it on him. He's a game los- "That ring gives me a lot of sat- LET

Constipation with too much. ,Her head came up er, but, he's definitely afraid of an isfaction, Mrs. Cutter. Now I know CONSTIPATI.ONSLOW '

gallantly. -: investigation '. about my dad's I'm, not dreaming: ,"
"It had something to do with it, finish. Old Hicks advised ,me yes- "Are you lre- YOU UP
Ease for Stomach, too Larry." terday to let Jacobs off with a finan-' "Positive. Did you do what I told When bowels are sluggish and you feel

"Darling! As, if it made any' dif cial settlement take him to the you with that contract?" irritable, headachy and everything you
When constipation brings on discom- ference! I told that fate was in cleaner's." "No, Mr. Cutter. It's in my dress- do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
fort after
meals stomach upset bloating FEEN-A-MINT, the modern chewing:
dizzy spells gas coated tongue and bad it all. I believe it more than ever "I'd rather it was that way," Jac- ing table. gum laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
breath,your stomach is probably"crying now." queline decided. "I can't help feel- "Get it, will you?" MINT before you go to bed-sleep with-

the blues" because your bowels don't "Larry ." She came close to ing sorry for Mr. Jacobs." When she complied, Larry studiedit out being disturbed; -next morning gentle,
move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull thoughtfully in the flickering light. thorough relief, helping you feel swell
"And another wenton.
the trigger on those lazy bowels com- him. "Do you truly love me? thing, Larry again, full of your normal pep. Try
bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease "On my sacred honor, Mrs. Cut- "The business won't tie me'' up You must have thought me mad, FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy ,
to your stomach in taking. For years, ter. Shall I demonstrate?" here. I'm thinking of a vacation.A didn't you, Jack?" and economical.A generous family supply "
many Doctors have given pepsin prepa- few weeks the Riviera "No. Wonderful!!" She leaned I
rations in their "No! Just wait a minute until I loafing on !
prescriptions to make
won't bad about What do closer to look at the "Do FEEN.A.MINro'om;: ;
medicine more agreeable to a touchy wash my face. We're late now! go now. paper.
stomach. So be sure your laxative con- you say, Jack?" ,you remember how you made the i

well's tains Syrup Laxative Pepsin.Senna Insist combined on Dr. Cald- CHAPTER XVI "Larry!" Jacqueline sat bolt up- dotted line with your pen so I could

Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully with the right, her eyes shining. "Am I go- sign, too?" Evil Neighbor _

Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and Announcing her intention of leav- ing to cross the ocean! Am II"! "Yes, you blessed little trump!" The most pious may not live in

muscles in your intestines to bring welcome ing the Raynear proved to be 'amore "Unless you can think of some He held the paper aloft, graspingtwo peace, if it does not please his ,.
relief from constipation. And the other place for a honeymoon. Wehaven't corners between thumbs and wicked neighbor.-Schiller.
difficult task than
good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa- Jacqueline I "
tive so comfortable and easy on your anticipated. She would miss her little had one yet, you know. forefingers.
stomach. Even finicky children love the office, miss the pleasant acquaintances "I can hardly believe it," she "Here she goes, Mrs. Cutter.
taste of this pleasant laxative. "
family breathed. "It's too wonderful! Okay?
Take Dr.Caldwell's the activity of the lobby.
Laxative Senna com- "
bined with "And, after we come back-I think "Okay, darling. 1 .
Syrup Pepsin as directed on Archibald Potter was genuinely
label or as your doctor advises, and feel amazed when 'Jacqueline walked we'll find ourselves owning old Fair- The sound of paper. Torn. \

world's better.Get genuine Caldwell's. into his office and explained that lawn. I've always dreamed of liv- [THE END] -oua"CapBrush Applicator- I II I

she must leave the first of the week. JUST A makts"8hCKLEAF40"DASH

Yet UnjustHe Archibald elevated his brows quizzically Entire Panama Canal Plan Changed by IN FEATHERS.. CO MUCH FARTHER '"

who decides a case without "You are extremely fortu-

Hearing the other side, though he nate, Miss Anthony, that your in- Postage Stamp Showing Crater's SmoketAfter

decide, justly, cannot be consid- vestments are allowing you to retire -
ered just.-Seneca. so 'early. We shall miss you of Worth Doing Well
Stamps have played many impor- several months the plan
greatly. of civi- seemedto Whatever is worth doing at all
tant roles in the pageant building across Nicaragua
"Oh it isn't that She Chester-
\ is worth doing well. -
causeda be the logical and
lization; one stamp nearly one, prep-
broke off in confusion."No .
rosy war; another saved the life of an arations were begun. The plans field.
? Archibald His fin-
queried. American explorer in the depths of followed the lakes and rivers already
If You gers played with the carnation in still third in existence there from At-
Are Too Thin the Liberian jungles; a ,
his buttonhole. "When is the wed-
for the dischargeof lantic to Pacific. Estimates were
maybe your appetite needs a little ding?" was responsible ;* CQLDS
coaxing. Try VINOL the modem Jacqueline surrendered with a a postmaster general. Even the submitted for approval; plans had
V 'tonic. Contains Vitamin BI, Iron decision to build a canal through been drawn up, men were ready to ._
laugh. "I can't tell the date
and other valuable ingredient: you Panama instead 'of Nicaragua may go to Central America and begin cic/4! 44e.,
she evaded. "It's a secret. But
Your druggist has VINOL. be attributed to a single postage work. LIQUID
I'd rather knew. ,
no one TABLETS
"You can trust me. But you must stamp, asserts a writer in the New The dramatic alteration in this 6 6 6 NOSE SALVE DROPS

Better to Wear Out let me wish you and the fortunate York World-Telegram. ,project came in Washington when COUCH DROPS

It .is better to wear out than to' young man every happiness." For years the shipping industry one of the consulting engineers of
rust "Thank was hampered by the long route the commission received a packageof
out.-Bishop Home. you.
That much was settled. The main from the Atlantic to the Pacific. charts from his survey crew in Buy Bonds or You May

thing was to keep the Raynear staff, Yankee clippers and British sloops Nicaragua. The contents of the Have to Live in Them

particularly Virgie Blake, in dark- raced around the "Horn" for the package was only routine matter,

MUSCULARRHEUMATIC ness as to the resignation. prestige in the tea trade from China. but the postage stamp affixed to it

Larry's shoulder was doing nicelynow. During the gold rush days in the struck his attention.The h A!

He was very busy, spending West ships rushed to Central Amer- picture of Momotombo: was AT
PAINSoreness much time in conference with his ica and passengers and cargo were familiar enough to this engineer and GOODonus

and lawyers. He had little to say about sent across the land by train or he recognized the mountain imme- STORESLARGE

You need to rub on a powerfully Stiffness sooth- the progress they were making, only carriage and then on to San Fran- diately. His interest was aroused, 3 4iIu ,
ing "COUNTER-IRRITANT" like Mus- that "things were moving along." cisco by another boat. The cuttingof however, when he saw that 'the en- song

teroleto quickly relieve neuritis,rheumatic That was his excuse for turning the a canal through the isthmus graver of that stamp showed smoke 0 tisAt'lx

a mustard aches and plaster pains.to Better help break than house hunting over to his wife. Lar- seemed inevitable, even though trop- drifting from the crater of this peak, Std yA si
that she select ical diseases and fever crippled sev- d0! Y i. + vBh
ry proposed a fur- which had been considered an ex- .
nished apartment for them. eral attempts to link ocean to ocean. tinct volcano.A 19syr l ssedReP,2 .,
breakUPPmIulIDifmll Quite to her consternation, he took The rusty machinery of De Les- (
sent to the
party was
her to his own bank and introducedher seps lay discarded in the swamps of survey
interior to learn whether the engraver
to a teller. She was given a Panama. The British attempt was
had made mistake. Not
small check book and a deposit book abandoned; and yet the world need- a
which indicated that Mrs. Jacqueline ed a waterway across Central Amer- 'long afterward word was receivedat

Cutter's account was in the, amountof ica. headquarters that the volcanowas iiQDVERTISEMENTS
OTIie test .place not extinct but had again come II NEW IDEAS II
ten thousand
to start your shop- dollars. Eventually the United States appropriated -
to life that smoke rising from
ping tour is in "Thought you could get away withit a fund to scrutinize the ; ,
Tour your favorite easy- didn't you?" Lary jibed. possibility of a canal. A commis- the crater. are your guide.Lbto
chairwithanopen "Try to of modern living. They bring you
get this she
any retorted
sion made surveys and submitted today's NEWS about the food you eat and
Make a habit of newspaper.the saucily. reports on the feasibility of such a Search for Fountain of Youth the clothes you wear. And the place to ;
reading advertise-
ments in this Jacqueline finally selected an project. For months they workedIn Hernando de Sota made its his find out about these new things is right t-o
paper every Theycan
'save you time, energy and money. apartment with five rooms in a new the field, examining the featuresof toric search for the fountain oJ in this newspaper.
and lofty building not far from several proposed sites youth in this country in 1540.


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&, Essay on Cow Leaves Dutch Tea Towels I IA IW"5

: Little to the ImaginationThe I Appealing 1

T is mammal. It has
cow a these '
new Dutch 'tea towel motifs.
six: sides, right, left, an upper and, Industrious little Gretchen deco-
% below. At the end it has a tail
rates the towels for Monday, Wed-
F & "j? on which hangs a brush. With thisit nesday and Friday; her very best
sends the flies
R BE fd away. boy friend, Hans, is on Tuesday
By VIRGINIA VALE The head is for the purpose of Thursday and Saturday's towels.

k Washington, D. C. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) growing horns and so that the Sunday's motif shows them both,

...(, U. S. MOUNTAIN WARFARE IN "HAPPY Go Lucky" Mary I mouth Under can the be cow somewhere.hangs the milk. as on the panholders.* -

& The army is buying pitons, karabiners will have a new hair- The -cow has a fine sense of All nine, designs come on transfer
t ice axes, skis, sleeping bags dress that's the result of a sug- smell, one can smell it far away. I : 29403, 15 cents. Send jour order to:
and parkas, to be used not in an Jack This is the reason for the fresh :c----; I I
from Beddington,
but in gestion AUNT MARTHABox
expedition to the North pole air in the country. '
of the English Ministry of Infor- 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
I preparation for warfare on -snow- The cow does not eat much, but,
,- { clad mountain sides. mation. He cabled David Rose, what it eats it eats twice so thatit I Enclose 15 cents for each pattern

If you ask what mountain sides Paramount's managing directorin gets enough. When; it is hungryit lo desired. Pattern No...,.........

-:: the reply is: "We are preparing for Great Britain (then in this moos, and when it says nothingit PPLIQUE costumes complemented Name...............................

'; ; e any emergency." Army chiefs have country). "Medical authori- is because all its inside is fullup.Schoolboy's by traditional wooden Address..............,...............
noted what has been
carefully essay on a cow. shoes give a picturesque appeal to
}' done in Europe in mountain and win- ties here consider it highly
ter warfare, and they intend that desirable in the interests of hygieneand I

a U. S. troops be trained in the same safety that factory girls and li a ,

tactics. other war workers should wear hairas ;
Today, in the Railroad Retire- short as possible on the back of :
ment building (headquarters of the the neck. Urge you to persuade I
J quartermaster corps) you can find Hollywood star to adopt similar

:'J ,.', a group of men known as "the Cold style to encourage them to do so." *
-:;,; : Climate Clothing and Equipment' ; SAVfADIME

;;j unit." They are ski experts and Chris-Pin Martin made actors out ;
<2 7 mountain climbers, who know by of his six grandchildren the other

., ,: h rigorous experience what is needed day. Told to select half a dozen
" .j s for life in the cold latitudes and youngsters between the ages of four

high altitudes. and ten to be his family in "Acrossthe
4 They are Bestor Robinson of the Border," the new Hopalong Cas- ON A
'National Ski association; Robert H. sidy film, he just went. home and CARTON
'; Bates, editor of "Five! Miles High"; got them. 4
and William House, a famed climber -7.

> and explorer. Working indoors That well-known book;, "The Moon ; ; Switch
: ten hours a day, they are preparing and Sixpence,"' has been a head- > ,' to RaIeighs-th .
4 ,. ar-prIced
for the best ,military ,; { ..' :. ;. + that give :oo: cIgarettes
: specifications ache to most of the movie compa- \;. : ,;'. yoU a valuable
'1.? i: #. skis, the best goggles, boots, and nies; it's been owned or held under >.yx<'< coupons good in the U S.A/o n on every pack-
; I high-pressure stoves that can be vW each in
option by Paramount, Warner Bros., even 74F cash or
more in '
:: carried in a knapsack. luxury premiums
___ __ __ well worth
in Buy RaIeighs Owning
;i Note: Germany's expert mountain ,Y by the carton and ,
I warfare, Paul Bauer, carried plus 1 two extra in get ten coupons,
' }! : out his last peacetime mountain + tipped each carton of Raleighs cork-
in the Par- a or four extra
: I climbing exploit Nanga with Ralei g us pJam.
'J bat expedition in India in 1938-with makes a total cou on savin That
1 the consent and co-operation of the Y1 k I p S\', y NSS ,: ? Get RaIeighs dy_fce h or 10U a carton!

British government. 55 dividend quality tobacco, plus this
,: -Buy Defense Bonds- ,44S/;
., .. .'___
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson sewed for a
a. 'i t.r: ;2.av'1. :;m't i.5ni:34neS..' ri.;
4 ,:' soldiers 25 years ago, and now she's ?'.4 'i'fii
doing it again. ,. r.,

!r Every Wednesday morning, she
meets at the swank Sulgrave Club
for Red Cross sewing with Mrs.

I Jesse Jones, and Mrs. D. Bu- .
chanan Merriman, better known as

,, the duchess of Windsor's "Aunt Bes-
sie." f
After'the sewing, they lunch at the GEORGE SANDERS ..,..,.. ---- ..- ........
club, then adjourn'' to Mrs. Jesse
Jones' apartment at the Shoreham RKO and Metro. The trouble was a
'" : hotel, or to Mrs. Wilson's home on getting'' script that-would pass the Raleigh couponsare r t
S street, for bridge. censors. Now we hear that it's to
The lady who, as "the beautiful be done for United Artists, with ,good for
.' widow Galt," set all the town talk, George Sanders as the hero who
ing during World War I, still sets abandoned his wife and his businessto cash or premiums
the town talking wherever she ap- be apainter in the South Seas. z.

pears today. She gives her name ,jE- like these. = a
freely to Democratic party and I Remington Double-Header-fornonirritating
pa- "Woman of the Year" lives up to Kitchen Ensemble. Attractively
triotic causes, but her most regular shaves. 115-v. decorated set of eight
activity is providing floral decora-' all the enthusiastic predictions that .r ..... ....... ........ ..r __ AC. De luxe leather case. kitchen containers.
Metro made for it. Almost 300,000
#. .) tions for the Wilson shrine at the
persons paid to see it during the
National Cathedral. She has made
first two weeks of its run at NewYork's
a study of floral'arrangements, per-
Radio City Music Hallanda
sonally supervises the decoration ev- 1 lot of them stood in line plenty H

ery few days.Measured I long for the opportunity I It's one I /
the code of the unlreD sT rrr
by cave r
of the best of the year, certainly; mavan aH Iv I
dwellers Mrs. Woodrow Wilson is S1YI C5 eeNDS
.a I I1
.also one of the best that Katharine 1 ,r I)
active but she stares in I
an woman,
Hepburn and Spencer Tracy have _
i t- amazement at the activity of the

First Lady of World War II. I ever given us.--..,.!,-.- .
:< ;; may.now be obtained through
If you like gangster melodramas Brown & Williamson. Send 133
:. : SUGAR SHORTAGE Coffee Table with inlaid top Walnut Serving Tray with colorful -
;' "Johnny Eager" should suit Raleigh coupons for each dollar
If there is an investigation of the you beautifully matched wal- stamp. Defense Stamp Album, inlay. 13J4'x 19'.Beverof -
right down to the ground. Robert nut and showd age-proof. Very practical.B .
sugar shortage, certain agriculture mahogany. above, free on request
Taylor is fine as the tough hero.
department masterminds will haveto
do a lot of explaining.: Lana Turner lovely as the pretty & W coupons also packed with Kook Cigarettes. Write for the premium catalog.
of the District
daughter Attorney.
Few know that these master-
Nothing novel about the plot, but
minds, over the protests of domestic
;': beet Sugar producers, last yearS plenty of excitement., ,
forced a reduction of sugar-beet
's y acreage' of from 17 to 20 per cent; Hours are spent checking the
also that cane 'which would have questions and answers on the Phil

'. yielded 300,000 tons of sugar was 'Baker "Take It Or Leave It" program WRITE A LAST LINE TO THIS JINGLE
left to rot in Puerto Rican fields (Sundays over CBS) ; the research -
because processing was prohibited. bureau has to be sure of
Sugar producers on the other getting the only correct answer. Yet

I hand, vigorously urged that domestic the public frequently thinks they're I HERE'S WHAT YOU DO HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN U F
quotas be lifted to permit maxi- wrong. Recently hundreds of Per- "Sim Ie Simon met a brand
mum output. But the agriculture sians objected to the statement that I It's simple.It's fun.Just think up p You have 133 chances to win. If II

moguls refused to heed these warn- the Mazda lamp wasn't named for I alast line to this jingle.Make. euro Mild. as any in the land. you send in more than one entry, I
; Led an individual-they said that Mazda It rhymes with the word .pack.lt. your chances of winning will be
ings. by Secretary Claude Write your last line of the He was wise to get the pack that much better. Don't delay.
ancient Persian
an god and
Wickard, they insisted the United I Jingle on the reverse side of a Start thinking right now. I
States had ample sugar supplies for they felt that he was entitled to rec- ,
Raleigh package wrapper (or a - -
all needs and they kept on ognition. But the researchers classed t facsimile thereof), sign it with First prize $100.00 cash i iI
ing this refrain right up to chOrUS-\\ him with Zeus and Apollo and ruled your full name and address, and Second prize 50.00 cash D .
weeks ago when Wickard, as I him out as a mere man. I mail it to Brown & Williamson originality und aptness of the line you write.
'"' speaker on Mrs. Roosevelt's Sunday -".- Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box 1799, Judges'decisions must be accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash I
I Louisville, ,Kentucky, postIn case of ties, duplicate prizes will bo -
of cash
night radio program, completely I "The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi"will 5 prizes $10.00. 50.00
marked not later than midnight, awarded. Winners will be notified by mail.
changed his tune and broke the always be the most romantic I March 21,1942. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00 cash II
news that sugar would have to be I song in the world to Mrs. Chester You may enter as many last Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., theiradvertising
100 carton
rationed. Lauck and Mrs. Norris Goff, whose I lines as you wish, if they are all agents, or their families). All prizes a I
"_ #.,, Wickard bases the shortage on I husbands are Lum and Abner of the sepo.ro.teRaleighpaekentries and ideas therein become the property of Raleighs, 150.00 I .
'two grounds: (1) heavy demands radio and the movies. Both men I age wrappers (or facsimiles). of Brown & 'Williamson Tobacco -
from our Allies, particularly Russia, were members of the fraternity at Prizes will be awarded on the Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00. I

whose sugar producing region has the University of Arkansas, and I
been devastated, by the Nazis; (2) wooed their home-town sweethearts I Next time get the pack with the coupon on the back... I

greatly reduced imports from the with the song-Goff did it on the
Philippines and Hawaii. saxophone, Lauck put his proposal
F:.' The Philippines are out, but not campaign on with the drums!
F Z-, "' Hawaii. Large munitions shipments I

-' ;. \:.. are constantly going to these islands, I The Aldrich Family of the airwaves RAlEIGH CIGARETTES I

t>. and sugar is coming back. ( has given many a young actress -
J Agriculture department tycoons a boost toward bigger things.
:< .. are making a big ado about how essential Between Henry's sister and his
:; their activities are to the war many sweethearts a lot of girls are TUNE IN RED SKCLTON AND O2ZIE NELSON EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT NBC RED NETWORK I
;4 : effort. One essential might be less needed for it. Betty Field's a grad ....
bungling in unrestricting farm pro- uate of the program; so are Mary
duction. Mason, of 'the air's "Maudie's Di-
Note: Puerto Rico now has and the Patricia
on ary" stage, Ryan,
hand, and waiting to be ground, of "Claudia," and Patricia Pear- The Advertiser Wants You to Know
.f more sugar-cane than it is allowed don, star of the Broadway hit, "Jun-

,. :, to process under the production quota ior Miss," which Shirley Temple.
,, set by the agriculture depart. I takes over for radio. About His Products Before Buying

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It seems impossible to write a fingers or shouting "slap the Jap" Marineland cocktail lounge which with. ,

The Clewiston News column or carry on a conversationthese into a microphone,' The American read: "Try our Rap-a-Jap: cock- If you happen to know a sick or

days: without a serious note people have a will to victory and tall-25 cents." lonely kid that would get a thrill, h.

Published every Friday In, Clewis ton, Injecting itself. Perhaps it's a a mental image of the size of the When a customer, anticipatingsome from such a_ pet, advise the Major,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. good thing. Our serious thoughtfor task. But they visualize tha't taskIn hard hitting concoction, care of the Keenan Soil Laboratory,. ..
Inc. this week is: The people of terms of the stupendous finished places his order, he receives: One Frostproof, who will be glad to- '

the United States continue be'a product, not' of the hours of, labor -: jigger of plain water and a 25c provide one or more.

KEATHI.EY BOWDEX, Editor jump ahead of Congress in their required to produce it, not of defense stamp, and is advised that Commenting on his

thinking-George Gallup says that the sacrifice required to mobilizethe the customer gets the stamp and Keenan states that rats experiments fed citrrus
90 percent of the people are opposed hours of labor, not of the des- the Japs the "headache."
Entered as second class mail matter gain much faster, grow larger
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in to strikes in war or vital in- perate speed demanded to make !Jt There have been plenty of sur- and appear healthier than those fed
Clewiston Florida, under the Act of dustries. 'Our local percent is come in time.
March 3, 1897.Subscription prised customers and not one has on standard rations, and some day ...
even higher and our personal per- We see, in our mind's eye, fac- complained. The idea caught on i similar experiments, he believes,
cent is at least 100. We rather tories pouring out planes and tanks
and bars all over the country are will show the same result with .hu- 4 I
Rate $Z.OO Per Year with the soldier who objected ;
agree and guns, troop trains rolling west- now following the Marineland lead. mans. '
Advertising Kntes! On Application. to the suggestion that strikers ward, laden transports moving out
The new drink is said to have Florida citrus
be given the "work or fight" order. of harbor, long lines of bombers possesses food
the full endorsement of the WCTU values of
great significance
He said the soldiers didn't want traveling between sea and sky. And es-
Devoted to the advancement and welfare and even the Anti-Saloon League. pecially when minerals are, added -
of Clewiston and Hendry County. their ranks contaminated with men we lean back, as we see this glow-
who would strike under present Ing picture, into the comforts of through specialized fertilization,
had HAS MORE RATS THAN HE and those who consume it regularly -
world conditions. Congressmen everyday living. We reach for a
of KNOWS WHAT TO DO WITH have an advantage over those
MEMBER better forget the little matter third lump of sugar. We hope
FLORIDA PRESS; ASSOCIATION vote-getting for the 'duration. that the new, taxes will hit the who do not.Oriental "-
NAUONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION< ] They'll find the people back home other fellow. We wonder whether FROSTPROOF: Mar. 11-FNS)

1941 don't give a continental who's elect- Russia will let!' us down by haltingher -Anybody want a white rat? Major Gardens at Jacksonville

ed to Congress, just so it is some- armies at the German frontier. Edward T. Keenan, who has been continues to attract visitors and

one who'll get some action on stop- The American people must open making experiments in' feeding ranks as one of the nation's out-

N N:N:N:N N:"N:N:N:N:N:N:":N: :N N :N:N:N:N:N:NI ping these strikes and speeding up. their eyes, to the task before them. citrus to white rats, reports that standing beauty spots. The gardens I
our production. Quoting a very They 'must throw off their deadly, he now has more of these pinkeyedpets are at their best Oat this time with.
elegant character: Time's a Wast- fatalistic complacency. They must than he knows what to do the azaleas in full bloom.

RAMBLINGS in'. move forward, not to silly, cowardly ..

: The slogan for the week is an' hysteria which passes' for patriotic -- -. ._, _d __u __ .
By B. B. ,
old New England saying which vigor, but to the stern knowledge -

.:N N H N N:N:N N N:N:N N N:N N:N N:N:+:N:N:O(NWywwM President Coolidge quoted fre that we can_win this war only by t
quently. It's very applicable to us realizing that it can be lost. The ,.,

There's one thing that is perfectin in war times: sacrifices' we have been talking .
the world today, and that is the Eat it up about must become swift, hard
"typical" floral weather we're hav I Wear it out, reality-sacrifices which assemblethe Do you Know ? .

ing. The "unusual" weather that Make it out, wealth and savings of the rich,

we have annually is perhaps past. I Do without. I the earnings of the masses, the ;

Nothing'could be finer than the brain and brawn of the worker,
sunshine and balmy weather of our WAKE UP, AMERICANSThe the comforts of the home---all YOU CAN START A '
spring days. fused into one solid instrument of

United States has never losta war and victory. -

war. Most Americans think the We cannot win the war next yearif SAVINGS ACCOUNT
RAF cadets who
The class of 46
United States cannot lose a war. we lose it this .year-ChicagoSun.
leave today will carry memoriesof They doubt whether Great Britaincan .

our balmy weather back to Eng- lose a war if losing it would be, WITH WEEKLY PAYMENTS OF -. V r
land with them. In their
journey embarrassing to the United States. Tick EradicationIn
from Canada to Clewiston and return >.
They think that Russia's magnifi- DOLLAR _
they have had opportunity to cent' showing against Hitler is due l :.
get a glimpse of the vastness thatis Hendry County
to need for Russian frontI
the United States, although I our a and :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .
while we get ready to fight,
travelling only down the Eastern To Be CompletedThe
will continue as long as we needit.
coast. It's a cross-section of Amer- They think that Japan will be ALL ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO '
ica and we hope their experienceshere .
halted automatically, just before House of RepresentativesFriday (" .
their'memories ..
and .
have been pleasant
she conquers Australia. They think at Washington approved, "
of will brighten the $5,000.00 '. i
us : .
that America will be : ."
without debate, the bill for fundsto ,'(
days ahead. invaded from Europe or Asia be- wind up the job of tick eradica- '. : -f:

cause,' being in the same half of tion to eliminate quarantines in :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.' : ,:,
News of Clewiston young folks: the world with ourselves, it enjoysa South Florida counties. .
Barbara Morrison, who is makingan minor share of the protection of I
This would include the slaughterof .
enviable record at Florida State Proivdence.In deer in the Seminole Indian United States Defense Savings Bonds Are p

College in Tallahassee, has enrolled short, we, as a nation, havea reservation in the Everglades, now
in the communications course, supernatural faith in American banned by Secretary Ickes' Indian Available In Our Office '-' .' :i
which is a part of the defense ,
that "God bureau.
destiny, forgetting only ; .
classes organized at the college as helps those who help themselves." The state and federal depart- y
extra-curricular:, activity, and'is under ASK ABOUT THEM ,. f
There have been, peoplelike,, our- ments of agriculture insist that the .
the supervision of the defense selves in the would: before. Cro- eradication program cannot be .. 'J' ':. ;: <' .
council. Barbara's picture in ; : : ; '
was .
; :
Magnon man, as anyone can tell completed without' killing tick-In- : '.q ; L'
Miami r": : : :+:-.i
Sunday's' Herald, when she : ;
at :
by looking his highbrowedskull fested deer on the reser.vat on. ,
was one of a group of young women thought that way about the A directive: to Ickes to step aside

who were honored as sponsors at brutal Neanderthalians. The Cro- now has been passed by both the
the University of Florida's annual Magnonons perished. The Greeks, house and senate but in different

military ball dances and sponsor's for a thousand years, thought only forms. The senate' approved '

'parade. Barbara was sponsor for Greeks could whip them-until the separate bill on the Florida tick HOME, WITHOUT RED TAPE. ,

an Orlando boy, cadet Colonel Wil- swarthy Macedonians did. Victorious I situation last 'year.

bur F. Nutting. Rome, protected by both Floridians have said they expected -

Louis Leiter has been promotedto pagan' and Christian gods, could the senate, having expressed

staff sergeant and is now at never be overrun by plundering disapproval of Ickes'. attitude, to

Fort Benning, Ga. Goths and Vandals, but the barbarian accept readily' the tick provision in .

/ hordes descended and trampled an the house bill."RAP.AJAP.

The price which.. C. D. Beatty empire into the dust.It .
paid for a moment of carelessness is a misfortune that the United COCKTAIL" CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND \

was his life. There are few peo- States never lost a war untilwe

ple in the world who haven't used came to this one which we dare MARINELAND, Mar.. 11-FNS)

kerosene to kindle a fire in the not lose. Had living Americans -Enterprising Marine S tu d i o s -
I r
fireplace. It's a commonplace ever tasted defeat, or had the scores again by giving the nationits -: LOAN ASSOCIATION w

method, yet we all know it is un sobering tale of national humiliation '- new "patriotic drink" the

safe. The tragedy of the loss of formed, a part of their educa- "Rap-a-Jap Cocktail.

a fine citizen and useful life should tion, we would know that victoryis A few weeks ago a neat new .__ h __ ,_ ,. -- __ .__. .__ __
serve to remind us.. not won by holding up two I sign appeared in the swanky - -,- -' __ r p_.. _, _


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Mr. and Mrs. John G. Getz, Jr., prize in the pitching game. Nail and Mrs. W. R. Broaderick. ant in the U. S. Infantry Reserve.

.. of Detroit arrived in Clewiston Mrs.. Prewitt served ice. cream The Sunbeams extend a cordial in- He expects to leave, Monday o>r ,':
over the week-end. Mr. Getz returned with birthday cake to the young- vitation- all the people of Clew

l-Personals ] after a short stay and Mrs. sters and gave balloons and ballsas iston to attend the Baptist revivalto Tuesday.t ass

Getz''' will remain for a couple of favors. Invited to help David be conducted by Rev. Lamb, of

weeks.R. celebrate were Lamar McLendon, Riverside Baptist Church, Tampa, Subscription $2.00 Per Year-
Raymond and Dolores Yon Philip beginning March 23 and extending :

Major and Mrs. George Burdick C. Gramere and his mother, and Agnes Ann Hackett, Marjorieand to- April 3. I I AII -

are spending today in Miami: Mrs R. C. Gramere, Sr., left Tuesday Warren Brown, Jay Carroll .

to make their home*in Miami Miner, John Perry, John Niblack, St. Patrick's DanceAt I I II CLEWISTON I ,
Mr. Gramere has been -connected Jimmy Knight, Paul Bowden, TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP ,
Mr. and Mrs A. R. Brink are
.,.. with Riddle-McKay Aero'College Evelyn Mock, Sharon Crochet and
+ spending this week in Miami. New AuditoriumA Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
for several months. Sandra Jones.BAPTIST .

-- Prompt,. Efficient Service ,
Miss Mildred Durst spent the Lanier Mrs.v R.:' C. MISSIONARY SOCIETY I I
Mrs. W. H. St. Patrick's Day dance, spon- PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. ,
week-end in Miami. I Wilson and Mrs. H. R. Hall spent MET TUESDAY AT CHURCH sored by SU Margaret's: and St.

Friday in. Fort Myers. They met Missionary Mary's Catholic churches of Clewis .
Mrs. Catherine M. Jarvis moved 'Mrs.! Lanier's mother, ,Mrs. Flora The Baptist ,Society ton and Pahokee, will be held Tues A Q

this week into the Beardsley house Deans, who arrived from Tampato held its 'regular meeting Tuesday day evening at the new SugarlandPark

on Royal Palm Avenue. visit Mrs. Lanier for a few afternoon at the church. Auditorium. Johnson's Fish
I Camp
weeks. A very interesting program was This is probably the. best dance
,. : Mrs. John W. Bozeman of Gaines- rendered on the topic, "Think On floor' in the 'glades and the added (Near Hurricane Gate) I
' Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leyman left Those Clewiston, Fla.
ville is visiting ,her daughter, These Things. participating attraction of Charlie Rowan's .orchestra -
.Munselle Stone, for several days. Saturday for a week's visit with in the program were Mrs. Arch will probably draw a large Boats and. Motors-Guide Service .

relatives near Washington, D. Hodges, Mrs. W. L. Broderick, Rates ReasonableW.
crowd from all lake communities.
Mrs Munselle Stone spent the' They were accompanied by \ Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, Mrs. C. S> Waters. Admission will be $1.50 per couple H. Johnson, Mgr 1 1I

> week-end in West Palm Beach visit- W. E. Dilley, who went on to and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff. and dancing will start at nine.

ing' her sister, Mrs. J. ,K. Kersey. Laurel Falls, Pennsylvania, for a. A business session followed with

r visit with her parents. Mrs. M. C. Vowell presiding. / CALLED TO'SERVICE

: Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Others attending were: Mrs. C. Ehney &, FosterPAINT
Mrs F. R. Maxwell, who spent I
_ stir' vt" were visitors in. Fort Myers Sat- M. Allen, Mrs. E/ M., Cornette", Mrs
'. last week in Tampa where Mr.Maxwell' Stanley sugar house CONTRACTORS -
urday. Hillary Burke, Mrs. E. E. Kelly,
employee, has received his call to
: "; is employed, returned r Sprayer For Furniture Painting ,
her'e active service'as second lieuten-
Tuesday to visit for two a Floor Sanding ,
Meador, Mrs. C E. Nail and Mrs.A. 1 ;
Mrs. 0. F. Schiffil and Mrs. John \
weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Glen I Phone 69 'Free Estimates I
Getz spent Wednesday in Palm H. Vann. ..4i&iii
/. Etherton, and family, before going -

' ;. : Beach. back to her home in :Miami. ..'
;\_" Joe Stephens left Tuesday to Emma Jane Ezelle returned
Spanish Mackerel, Shrimp, Red -1
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.:0: ,, spend the remainder of the week Wednesday from West Palm Beach _
annual election of officers of Fish, Oysters and other fish. .
_ :: ;, with his mother in Key West. where she spent a few days in Counselor and Attorney at Law
the Parent-Teacher Association will Free delivery on Fridays '
Good Samaritan ,.Hospital for observation Hopkins Building
be held at the .meeting next Tues- ,
Mrs.Norman Hansen has been following complicationsfrom CLEWISTON FISH CO. .
- day evening in the school auditorium Wednesdays and Saturdays
visiting relatives in Tampa for a a recent attack of measles.Dr. Joe Griffin. On Industrial Canal
I j: few weeks./ and Mrs. Ezelle remained with Phone 7. 9:80, to 4:00
: her 'Sunday and Monday. This is the regular March meet- )

George May, one of the instruc- ing, and because of the electiona I '.
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tors at Riddle Field, left Tuesdayfor full attendance is urged. -- -,- .. ._. -' -' '- '
Miami. Fwigoli-Lee - - =, .. : _. -- :. :jli
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Alfred L. Webre of Merion, ---' PRAYER AT CHURCH THURSDAYThe ::
Miss Elizabeth Lee and Frank :i Photo Finishing and Commercial t
Penn., is spending a few weeks in Fv.igoli were' married Saturday ,
Sunbeams of the First. Bap-
; Clewiston. afternoon at five o'clock in a
'tist Church observed the day of : -
simple ceremony performed at the i_ Photography
Mrs. H. C. Post spent Friday and home of R. C. Gramere and his prayer for Home Missions with a .. ,
' := :;' Saturday visiting her sister in West program at the church Thursday 24 HOUR SERVICE y
mother, Mrs. R. C. Gramere, Sr.
Palm Beach. afternoon. Their theme was "GodBless :: Clewiston Photographic Service :Yv ,J:
Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor of, the Y
America: h
First Baptist Church, performedthe ;:: .2 blocks north and 1 block west of -! :; ..
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias were Those attending were Nadine
ceremony. The bride was givenin Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station iI
'. visitors in West Palm Beach Tues- Bembry, Wanda Bembry, Ray Gordon : -,'
marriage by Mr. Gramere. Mrs. I ::: EDWARD B. SEEGERS
f day. Fwigoli wore a spring outfit. of Alfred Meador, Bevoly Carl- .:. The House With The Red Roof .:

grey wool and a corsage of gar- ton, Walker Nail, Charlotte Kruger .:... .
W. H. Henderson, of Wilmington denias. Her attendant, Miss Hazel Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs. W. F. .. r ,- _- .._. _. .- ,_ -- .
N. C. business visitor .
4-: was a .
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Prince, wore a tan dress with a
'Clewiston this week. Mr. Hen- s
corsage of pink"camellias.. The ,

',: instructor derson today.Harold is Mr., an A.is Clark A.C.L.Clark returning, plans official.Riddle to to.Miami Field enter. mere groom Cockrell.After entertained was the attended ceremony with ,an by Mrs.informal Johnny Gra- .:: ., It: iiijr.tig7I: ; ffi IlI' ;1

.' the bomber ferry service. reception.Sunday Mr.night and for Mrs.Miami Fwigolileft where :.r'i.n.'?:: .'..:.providing. .this. :: :specialized :serviced;t} )

they will make their home for <
: Mrs. M. M. Prewitt: and baby : .; '
the present. 171 ;
daughter, 'Helen Hiett, were brought
home Sunday from Lee Memorial Both. the bride and groom have
lived in Clewiston for several ;
r' Hospital in Fort' Myers. Mr. Pre- c e ia
witt drove over for them. months and were employed at

4 I Riddle-McKay Field,. Mr. Fwigolias : y
Miss Rosemary Nockolds arrived flight instructor and his wife asa
a '' from Coral Gables this week and I member of- the clerical staff. Mr. :

has accepted a position in the Fwigoli recently asked for his

-1 c- stenographic department at the release as instructor here and will :

sugar office. ." take special training in Miami I
preparatory to entering the bomber

,1: k-: ,'. Mr. and Mrs Carl Johnson and ferry service. U

sons, Lief and Jimmy, spent the

- week-end in Sarasota with Mr. Pullen-Leiter :

Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

: ., Charles H. Johnson .--- ,
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Mrs Ward Roberts is spendingthis announced of Miss Edna Leiter, of

week visiting! her sisters, Miss Clewiston, and Paul Pullen, U.S.N.

Leo Willingham in Fort Myers and The marriage took' place August & : ;f," '* ?*: .*. LADR :ic:< .*.'
/ Mrs. W. F. Jenkins at Fort Myers 18th in Bradenton. The bride is
._' Beach. the daughter of Mrs. A. J. Wiandt

and A. L. Leiter, of South Clewiston I n Qdrnintering t '

.. Dr. and Mrs. Roy Henline of and until recently was a stu-
: New York and Dr. E.. S. Gilmer dent in the Clewiston High School.
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.' of Tampa, spent the week-end at the The groom is the son of Don "w

':?'J Clewiston Inn enjoying the fishing Pullen, also of South Clewiston.He .

. in Lake Okeechobee.Mrs. enlisted f several weeks ago in For all motorists who want to keep their cars serving fiif
;' .- the U: S. Navy and stationed. at x
J. F. Florentine, of Chicago Norton Heights, Connecticut, where dependably, the words to remember are: See your __' __

:r' arrived this week to spendS Mrs. Pullen recently visited him. _
.' local Chevrolet' dealer. 'Chevrolet originated the
; ; some time in Clewiston. She is f ,

1 ',.3 a sister of J. E. Beardsley and is MRS. ETHERTON IS HOSTESSAT "Car Conservation Plan," and he Is a specialist "Car
x = assisting in the Beardsley office.
\ BRIDGE PARTY TUESDAYMrs. Conservation." He gives skilled, reliable, economical

Mr. and Mrs. Van Bush and service all makes of and trucks. See him .
Glen Etherton entertained pi on cars today =
daughter, Margaret Ann, of Miami '
members of her bridge club Tues- "
were guests Sunday of Mr.Bush's ky -see him at regular Intervals-If you want'your car to 4
day night at her home. First, prize
sister, Mrs. Glen Ethertonand
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Mr. Etherton. was won by Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., "see you through." ;'

second by Mrs. A. C. Carlton and
..J Ask about the Budget Plan. Low down-payments and easy terms on ports and service.
the travelling prize by Mrs. A. W. '
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hooks spent '
Lawrence. All prizes U. r' 1 1Norn
were S. SYSTEM
few in West
a days Palm Beach Always see local
,;' over the week-end. Mrs. Hooks defense stamps. A pair of hose

underwent a tonsillectomy there was given as a guest remembranceto CHEVROLET DEALER FOR SERVICEon
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of Miami.
Saturday and is recovering nicelyat
her home here. Mrs. Etnerton served mince- + on any car or truck

meat pie a la mode and coffee. I

: Miss Martha Nell Alston spent Playing ,were Mrs. Foy Dur- E V F D Clpgy "CAR CONSERVATION" BOOKLET-FREEI
the week-end at her home in Clew- rence, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs.A. You may receive a copy of this useful booklet from your *

iston. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston C. Carlton, Mrs. R. M. Hare, S 4 ( $..?jly n. Chevrolet Division, General dealer or Motors by writing Corporation.to: Chevrolet, A-227 General Motor ; ,

,. ., accompanied her to Miami Beach Jr., Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. F. :kD Motors Building: Detroit, Mich.
; : Monday, where she attends Barry R. Maxwell and Mrs. G. E. Crow. ..

College. Sfr..l_ City and SIa".

and daughter, Diane, left this weekS
,} s for the East Coast, Mr. Crummer Mrs. W. C. Prewitt entertained

- to enter the bomber ferry service yesterday afternoon with a chil-

". 1 within a short time. The Hen- dren's party to celebrate the third Service Station Building

1. riksen apartment, which was vacated birthday of her son, David. The

by the Crummers, is being group of youngsters enjoyed play- ,

occupied by Squadron Leader and ing on the large lawn and riding CLEWISTON FLORIDA. S
'- < Mrs. George Burdick and their the Prewitt pony during the after- 1 ii .

*" daughter, Sally noon. Agnes Ann Hackett won the .- '. -
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'" : .: asked, anxiously. 2. What is recidivist?
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j V!, : There, was a moment's silence 3. The Arc d'Triomphe in Paris The Answers
built to commemorate the
during which the caller gazed
victories of what ruler?
wide-eyed at the rocking figure. 1. There are 898 stairs.
:1 "Den," continued Mose, "why 4. What is the area of Guam 2. A habitual criminal.'

does yo' rock yo'self dat way all Island? 3. Napoleon.
de time?" 5. What mythological character 4. Guam 'Island is 206 square
ferried the souls of the dead miles in
"Well, explained, Joe, "yo area. "
s :.'' know Bill Blott? He sold me a across the River Styx? 5. Charon.

ti: 4z,' 4"'ie ( silver watch cheap, an' if I stop 6. Who was the mother of Solo 6. Bath-sheba.
"" r moving dat watch won't go!" mon? 7. Fagin.

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/ '; ;,. Toast for St. Patrick's Day Pineapple Frosties! ARMED FORCES. Prosperity can change man's

a 1 '..:::4; (See Recipes Below) Name ............................... nature; and seldom is anyone cautious -

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:::1, Shamrock Fare good fortune.-Q. C. Rufus.
This Week's :

Take from good luck day "
-.1' your cue
Baked'Haddock 'Tartar Sauce .
and let your menu wear green! \T.
Potatoes 4IVTh
Bring out your Lyonnaise ;
.C O best Pat and Mike Orange Squash
U : She million
Shamrock Salad >' plans
jokes and touch up \ ...
Butter and Honey ''
your, food for the Prune Bread :fi :)
dash of Chilled Pears Cornflake Chews : { '\
nJ day a meals a !
I5 I- year
Given. ,
P' imagination by applying Recipes

a green
brush stroke, for ing hard with wooden spoon. Beat

these are the until the surface has a satiny ap- .
things WhICh put a nato on your pearance. Fold in pop corn and Each,Branch Has Its Insignia. .:....., :.,,:::}::::::j.'f:
into buttered .
head. cherries, press pan. '
There's a hint of spring in the A favorite breakfast cereal and T"O YOU know' all you'd like to

green touches and in the lightness' prunes are a healthy merger for this know about our Army and

of this season's menus, so whisk home-made bread. The fruit and Navy set-up? Or do you still'wonder -

,. these two elements into your food to cereal. are food affinities. The re- how to tell ,a flier' from an

... 1 give it exciting personality. sult, an excellent bread that stays artilleryman, a company from a ti'

\ With simplicity your keynote and moist for days, is good sliced when battalion, a cruiser from, a battle-

t,' economy your guide, here are some fresh or when toasted: ship? ....
menus for small entertaining. on St. *Prune Bread. *

Patrick's, day. (Makes 1 loaf) Our new 32-page booklet 'tells how our SfIE'S A "SELF.STARTER"MILDRED

Menu I. i 2 cups bran cereal armed forces are organized and com
manded, describes activities of the vari-
Afternoon or Evening Snack % cup juice from cooked prunes ous services. Has pictures of Army, INWOOD, ,
:: j. ,Pineapple Frosties 73 cup chopped; cooked prunes Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard in-
United Airlines
': Finger Sandwiches % cup buttermilk signia-chevrons., branch identifications "SELF-STARTER ,
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THE plans the tempting mealslogiS
N Pop Corn Nougat Vz cup sugar BREAKFAST
I, served in United's luxuri.biiboo'l'
1 torn
Menu II. tablespoon shortening
-' r: 1 : o\\ \II\tand\o\S\ \ \ ALd Llk ous Mainliners. She says:
Refreshments egg :
Bridge '" some
i' 'TY \ 'with\\ 7 Jlr "Delicious flavor's the mainotmttk
ra 1 if: ..f Shamrock Salad IVi cups flour 'J .z \ I
Prune Bread With'Cream Cheese teaspoon salt jfpM'us reason I like the '.Self.IIr"WEJ -
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Spread 1% teaspoons soda 0. q 0 h ),MINFRMS, C 0 R N Starter Breakfast"*.Butthat

Coffee ,or Tea.Cornflake. Chews I \fj cup chopped nutmeats, if desired 4'iii ; ; ?[o, iRO'tU ENERGy dish also has what it takes
1 A drink with plenty of tang and Soak cereal in prune juice. Add -. : i ILJ. (J \fOOD IAVOR 0\ F LA K E 5 to help start me off feeling

vitamins is this one called a Pine- buttermilk. Cream sugar and short-. Round Trip plus\ tamOll5L f \ ----t-. my best Kellogg's CornFlakes
thS flap
: apple Frosty. Its vitamins Bl andC ening thoroughly, add egg and beat "The tailor called about his account "'e\lo\ ; otnFlakesto sharpens -,9 .C'wyM. are..the big favorite ,

will boost your energy quota and well. Add bran cereal mixture. Sift this morning, sir." 50 good 1\. you Want \0 eat -1lKK '1' with our passengers, too."

at the same time give your teeth dry ingredients, add to prunes and "Did you tell him I'd, gone to titem\ akes sPo' ;mcb'I sUPf.r. .............
nutmeats. Add to first mixture and tlitl f j jo 0>! 01cotS. is/.IiiM1.-a1/1.1
and bones and gums a new lease South America?" bdlm '00uronts.. dinfn9hol !
.. stir until flour Bake i?
only disappears. I r
for spring. I "Yes; and hat you wouldn't be
ina greased loaf pan in a moderate :
Pineapple Frosties.For back till late tonieht!: it
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glass of unsweetened pineapple juice minutes. Rendezvous
and a generous scoop of sherbet. The orange flavoring gives a delightful -
touch to the'squash which is Sammy-Let's sneak behind the garage
Chill a large beating bowl, add well-
chilled pineapple juice. 'When the colorful served in orange cups. and smoke a cigarette.
Jackie-Too dangerous. Ever since a
. sherbet begins to soften, beat the ingredients Orange Squash. Dad he sneaks behind
,1 ., .no_ until they,are well-blended (Serves 6) there swore smoke smoking his
to own.
and frothy. A jar or shaker or auto- 3 cups cooked Hubbard squash e 1
p p
matic beater may be used to blend % cup orange juice
3 tablespoons butter It is. said that a man has more ,
these together. .. .
Pop Corn Nougat. / teaspoon salt sense alter he's married. Bat isn't
that rather late?
Pepper _
j 1r Jcups corn syrup I
V/z! cups sugar \i cup chopped almonds
!1cup warm water Bake or steam squash until ten Doing Better
&' teaspoon salt der (!Jto 2 hours). Mash or rice. "Joan only got one mark for her

3 tablespoons honey Add orange juice, butter, salt and sums today, .Mummy so she altered r. ,
,"' 2 egg whites pepper. Fill 6 orange shells with the 1 into a,5 and was found '

,, 1 cup chopped pop corn squash mixture, piling it in lightly. out."
1 2 tablespoons candied cherries, .Top with chopped almonds. Bake "I hope you would never do a
cut fine until lightly browned in a hot (450- thing like that, dear." *. Bonds or Bondage It's Up to You!

Cook syrup, sugar, water and salt degree) oven. For best results use 'Course not: I would have 'U. S. Defense Bonds Will Tell
until brittle when tried in cold wa- oranges that have clean, smooth made it into a 4." Buying

ter. Put honey. in a large bowl, skins which separate from' the or-

place over pan containing hot waterto ange easily.* -
keep honey warm. While candyis Tartar Sauce.

cooking, beat egg,whites stiff and Popular and fitting accompaniment -
to fish is this sauce: Combine
I fold through honey. When syrup is 7J.W
,I \ cooked to the proper stage, pour it 1 cup mayonnaise, teaspoon on- :fy ?iii. i :id4?;: zp S
,: ion juice or 1 tablespoon chopped .vvS ??<{ : .,.ti. .
slowly over the'honey' and egg, beat- fi; Y't,: !.. yoy .yGiy.. :: :
chives 2 tablespoons ysf. .'t .: "
chopped sweet : : : :4y;. IN AW OUTFITWE
t1 }fr: y
pickle or green relish, lemon juiceto 9'y' t: DONT SAYCGARETTES !
thin to desired consistency.While Si+$,J, :
Lynn Says: you're busy this season roll-

ing bandages for the Red Cross, WESAVCAMELS. CAMELS .'0-
As fish gains prominence in ...
1'.nlttmg for ARE FIRST
menus, are you wondering how soldiers, or bak me.. : N,. THEY RE : : ;', .. TOO .
make it appetitetempting WITH ME
you can ing for the boysat FIRST WITH

? Here is a guide: camp, you'llwant ?.,,'. .... :<. MEN IN THE THEY HAVE THE
Nice to dip in egg and breadcrumbs +
and fry in shallow fat: to planmenus ''r:"y'y'gM1'y: ;% 9 ARMY i MILDNESSaf'vSb.t '

e.., ,).. and dishes
haddock halibut THAT
perch, pike, that take little
cod, sole, lake trout, salmon, in time for prepara : :;yr?: 'J+0ti COUNTS ;y.ct.r. :

steak or fillet form. a..: ,. f tion., With, ___ this _i n_
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Good for baking 'with or withouta mind, I'm including a recipe for an
stuffing: the large fish, like I excellent casserole that fills these P

whitefish, haddock, halibut wall- reauirements:
eyed pike, salmon steaks, lake ,
Shrimp Vegetable Casserole. ra nG 'rr Y4Y )
-', trout. (Serves 6) .

., Baked in loaves or timbales: 2 medium onions, sliced

,",: ,,'. haddock, salmon, tuna, cod. 1 green pepper, cut in rings / .. 'sil
',, : '; Stuffings that go well with 1 cup cooked peas

m baked fish: bread stuffing (the 1 cup coarsely broken, wide noo- '
!r. same kind you make for your dles, uncooked d ActualSalesRecords

fowl!) ; celery stuffing, or rice 3 cups canned tomatoes in Post Exchanges '
stuffing (try this with pike!). For 2 No. 1 cans
shrimp, cleaned .
Sales Commissa
rice stuffing, combine 1 cup 3 tablespoons butter ,;k % C I.and I.
'' des show the favor- me
:- cooked rice with Vz pound sauteed Salt and pepper '' a
ite with
"; mushrooms, 2 tablespoons of Place alternate layers of ingredi- cigarette
chopped onion, 2 beaten eggs, JA ents in greased casserole. Dot with srre men In the Army ,

,3 cup celery, all cooked with / cup butter and season with salt and pep tp is Camel THE CIGARETTE OF

... butter. This makes enough for a per. Cover and bake in a moderate COSTLIER TOBACCOS '

ql 3 to 4-pound fish. ((350-degree) oven for l' hour.

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Bowling Alleys Are tent remarks- by recipients, Mrs.oFounta'ln passenger. Six months later forty-I same in case of an air raid alarm so being taught the group of firefighters -, ."* I I 1

explained. six of them graduate as finished except that the children will be and at either end'of each I*
The Western Union people have pilots and after' a short period of'
Nearing CompletionThe in the downstairs cor- of the downstairs and 11
been asked if "Sans Origine" is combat training will be ready to KO eve'nt upstairs i I
ridors. In the the build-
Icelandic or Gaelic, because the into action.: This, is the largest 'of corridors are placed tubs of sand

installation of four new recipients believe their relativesare the three classes to graduate from ing catches, fire from incendiary and long-handled shovels .for this

"jBrunswick-Balke-Callender: bowling- in Iceland or Northern Ireland Riddle Field and it is believed that bombs during a raid the children work. i

:alleys at the special building erected When they are informed the they have set a record in the .will be marched to, the ditch in The work done by the school in
to house the alleys at Sugar- phrase is French for "Without I percentage_ of the original group to front of the building and will lie this "direction is to be' commendedby

land Park, is underway this week I Origin," some ask if that means I complete the course. Only: two of in this ditch until the raid is over all the citizens and indicates' -*

under the direction of a factory their boys are in France. The the boys failed the course entirelyand High trees lining the ditch would why warnings are issued to citizens .
Representative and it is estimated answer is that the French phraseis one, Roger Crosslcey, was killedin make them almost entirely safe no! to attempt to take their 1:: '

?that about three weeks mall be reQuired no indication at all of the location the 'crash of his basic training from machine-gun strafing. children out of school in event of

to have the alleys in shape of, the troops, but is one of plane near the end of this second' Incendiary bomb fighting is al- an air raid.
:for play. the standard phrases used in in- phase of their'trainlng.
These will be the latest type, ternational communications' -, which The class is expected to leave ;?:.:..:..:N:NN:N:N:N:H M:N:N:N N:N:....:..:...:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..
"stream-lined alleys and no better are expressed in French. from Clewiston either this'afternoon : ..
'tan be found anywhere in the state. or tomorrow afternoon for
The building up of foundations isan Canada to await assignment and
: intricate job to insure near transportation to the combat field -

perfection; in the levelling and selected for them. :
Two Per Cent Fee
'smoothness of the alleys. Most of the class members are .
The alleys are for the use ex- well-known in Clewiston and are as :i: _i:

'clusively of employees of the sugar Candidates who seek' office in the follows: :;: -*
,of their
'corporation and members coming May primaries will pay a ,J. H. Akerman,' B. A. Arterton, Public Invited -
Thebuilding will house ; --
families. filing fee of 2 per cent of what J. P. Bassett, P. M. Bicket, I. A. C. :: ,

:also a room for other games as the job pays, as set by the demo- Blue, A. C.. I. Brown, J. C. Buck- .:. oj \ f

well as locker and shower rooms cratic executive committee. land, P. I'. Clayton, S. J. Colman. ... .. .z... .
:Tor both ladies and men. .:. \ ..
The committee will turn over B. B. Cooper, R.: M. Cumming, E. .:. :
When the"alleys are completeda
10 per cent of Its share of fees H. J. Dixon, A. Dunn, P. S. Engel- V
', league will be formed of em- X x
ployees in different departments collected to the army and navy relief bach, I. A. S. Gibson, T. S. Haynes, :.s. -. .:. G
fund. This was requested by G. Hogarth, H. K. Humphreys, D. .. .. ,
and all "employees are eligible to .=
the state committee. Hunter, S. R. James, E. A. J. Jenk- 1is
wish participate.to do so Those, however who, will do find not Atlanta I ins, D. H. Johnson, C. Jolly.W. I is Showers, installed in locker _: :

the alleys open for individual play Judge John S. McClelland of A. Lindsay, N. D. Mackertich, I

lon nights that the tournament play Grand Exalted Ruler of the K. MacVicar, W. A. P. Manser, A. .1 :,
4s not ,in progress Elks, paid high tribute last weekto W. Manson, P. R. Mellor, 'A. P.: :;: J:J < :; ; .., _. -.' :? :;{ :;: I I
Anna Crippled Chil- .t. t. ::: k", rooms ,r "._' ';';:" .. :
The alleys will be very well the Harry Mellows, A. M. Michie, R. P. Monk, ; t.,. .. .' ":. .;. !:
f'r: .: :
lighted ;with the. latest type neon dren's Home at Umatilla, following J. Penman, P. C. Price, R. D. E. .t. / \ .:. \

)jig'b.ts. Jan inspection of the institution. Richardson, 'J. M. Robertson, R. D. v.. v..
He pronounced it one of the Scrase, A. E. Sloman, P. F. Smith,

Rationing Board Gives "best equipped" and operated homesin V. St. John, J. V. Stuart-Duncan, :i: Greens in excellent condition :.i:. I

America. J. C. Taffs, J. R. P. Taylor, A. S. ..

Williams, ,D. F. Wilson, J. C. Yorke.. .:. I :V.; "
Tires In t
;Seven FebruaryE. English ApprovesContinued .. xt tf

--..:..--.... School PreparesContinued :: ASK THE PRO ABOUT LADIES' TOURNAMENT ..;..
L. Stewart, chairman of the : '
'Clewiston rationing board, stated ( from Page 1)) '-- :_: Keep physically fit Play Goff'.i. ::
is which will be settled
'this 'morning that certificates were ness $131,780 ( from Page 1) .. s,

'-granted for the purchase of three for a total of $102,820. The group is a member of this year's v
:::passenger car tires and tubes and total of principal is $7 ,OOO. senior class. The others will be .: ..t.V .

fonr truck tires and tubes during $42,000 worth of these bonds due back in school and additions can be v

'the month of February.In between 1952 and 1962 are also made to the squad from time to v ..

January nine truck tires were callable at par after January 1, time without interruption of the :;: YEARLY' MEMBERSHIPDAILY .*.

=given and ten truck tubes, four 1952. t
program. '
passenger car tires and three tubes. I The practice will be much the :;: GREEN FEES :_: "

The names of those obtaining the Air Marshall Evill- I ._ .,

tires could not be learned today '. . '. . . .. .N N N N. . .'. .!.
..N 1 N.N 1 N.N 1 N.N 1 N 1 N 1 N 1 N 1 N.N 1 H 1 N 1/N N.N1. .N 1 N 1 N 1/N N 1 1.N 1 N 1 1 N 1 N 1 1 N 1 N 1 1 N 1 N 1 1 N 1 N 1 N 1 N.N 1 N 1 N 1 N 1 N 1 N.N 1 N 1 N.H:NS
but a list will be compiled by the .
:board shortly. (Continued from page 1) y I

Rampkling participated in forma- ANNOUNCEMENTS
*".Sans Origine" On tion flying for the entertainment of I\

the spectators and two of the ca- COMMISSIONER
dets took theIr planes up and put DISTRICT NO. 1
Telegrams ExplainedHundreds
them through all of the stunts ,
This will announce my candidacyfor
which' are normally taught duringthe re-election to the office of county r
of people ask Western course. commissioner, District No.1, subjectto rf
the will of the voters In the May f
'Union daily where "Sans Origine"is ". J rI.
This class of fifty cadets arrivedat Primaries., % ow : 3 i
Mrs. Fountain, local managerof Riddle Field on October 2, 1941. I am now serving my first term as i I.
commissioner of this district and invite I.t
the telegraph company reports. and despite the fact that they had the public to make a close Inspection t
They say they can't find such a enlisted in the 'RAF several months of my : record as a board :
place on the map, and there must member during this time. r
before and had ground instructionin Your support and vote will be ap- /
be some error because it is the England, many of them had preciated. i
point of origin shown cable- G. E. ETHERTON.
011 a
,gram. never been in a plane even as"a (Paid Political Adv.) ....

Cablegrams from members of the "

American armed forces' at foreign :.":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":'.:":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.IN:M:NNN:NNN:,:!:
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line reading, "Sans Origine" as a

matter of security to prevent any I ENJOY AN f.
clues as to the location of Amer

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