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 20, 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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t.1: Number Of Candidates For Representative 31 Homes Are Being

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t.\ Qualify For Election: Built In Sugarland Park

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Cornette Qualifies For FFA Teams Place Scouts 'To Collect, Miami Contractor Starts

.- School Board Wilson F : Construction On One
l, ; At Fair; In Tampa Salvage Materials

' I Vs. Etherton I 44k:5 Housing Unit
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The livestock judging team of Scoutmaster J. H. Wilson stated

the local Future Farmer Chapter this week that Boy Scouts would I

1 ;Just before going to press it is again placed in the money this make a canvass ,of the community I Thirty-one building permits have

'. ..' learned that E. M. Cornette, manager year at the Tampa Fair placing on Monday and Wednesday after- been issued to the United States

of the Hendry County Motors, sixth in competition with 113 other noons of next week to pick up Sugar Corporation for new homesin

furs qualified for school board member schools of the state. Vocational waste paper and other salvage materials I the ,,Sugarfand Park subdivisionand

from the Clewiston District and Agriculture teacher Dan Padgettwas such as rags rubber, metal work has already begun on

;; hat, A. O. Ward, incumbent member notified Wednesday of the re #" w"jr etc. : several of these new houses by W.

would not be candidate for 'I R. Harrison Miami
4 a building con
; The Scouts will call after school,
re-election. M..O. Allen, incumbent sults.Mr. f tractor.
. Padgett, who has clubs in from 430; on and they ask that ...

district both the Clewiston and Moore Haven bundles be prepared and placed on'I Jay W. Moran, ,vice-president and

has qualified for reelectionand schools took teams from both the porch or in the front yard ready general manager of the corporation

Dillon Hall of the LaBelle district schools to the fair to participate in : : i for them. I stated this week that the thirtyone -
; air does not have to run, having 'the competition'and the showing : The injector cartridges from II homes would be constructed in
been elected for four term
a year and.th'at
made by both schools is a credit to which Schick razor blades have this first unit... additional
in 1940. Other late candidates are units would be added if demand
Mr. Padgett's training. This
been used are greatly in demand as
James Pendry of LaBelle for county
for houses,
warranted. The
Clewiston's second in the
year they are made entirely of brass.
and --
commissioner district 3,
homes to be sold to
are sugar corporation
and Moore Haven'sfirst.
competition The Scouts, and Scouts only are
Earl S. Royer of ,Denaud for county ELBERT L. STEWART and
being paid five cents each for these : exclusively
commissioner district 4, making
a .three-way race in each of the Members of the stock judging containers and they ask that if ''anyof a amount of landscaping
and beautification work is
team were Bruce Beardsley, Hagar these are on hand that they be ;
latter two districts. E. L. STEWART WILL I planned in addition to that already
Y \ Lowe and Elbert Hooker given separately from other ma-
At a late hour this afternoon, The fruit and vegetable judging terials. They will also place boxesin I

.. ",.' with the qualifying deadline for team did not fare so well failingto AGAIN MAKE RACE business houses to gather these The new homes will be built in
;:: keeping with other construction in
county office only a few hours dis- place in ,the money. The Moore cartridges.The

=...... ;'- ,tant, at midnight tonight, it ap- Haven team took sixth place in this waste paper will be baled Sugarland Park with diagonal

:" "peared' that at least four county group in which '53 south Florida FOR REPRESENTATIVEElbert for the Scouts by H. T. Vaughn at sheathing covered with asbestos ce-

'" commissioners would be opposed schools participated. the sugar house and it will be sold ment shingles on exterior and roof

.,' : I lor re-election and that other can Members of this team were Philip to a dealer in West Palm Beach. hardwood floors and plastered in-

.' didates might get by without opposition McLeod, ,Robert Hodges and John L. Stewart, veteran legis- Scout Committee MeetsA terior. These are three designsand
all but, six of the houses will
: Bethea. lator from Hendry County* again meeting of the Clewiston Boy
;' have two bedrooms. These six
.'. .. Elbert L. Stewart, incumbent Both teams entered egg exhibitsfor this week announces. his candidacyfor Scout troop committee was held on so designed that another bedroomcan are

legislator was the only candidate the sixth district Moore Haven that office. There were no Friday:; afternoon of last week anda easily be added and will

t:,- who had qualified for .representative placing' fourth and Clewiston sixth. other candidates this morning and report was given by the Scoutmaster fit into very: the basic plan.

it now appears likely with the on the work done and a pro- '
The received five dollars
Glen Etherton had qualified for qualifying deadline tonight, that he gram for future activities which he The new SugaMand Park subdivision
for a livestock judging prize and
\ Te-election as county commissioner will be given the nomination, with .had outlined. This program has lies in eight blocks just

-, fl",, _. from District 1 and Parker T. ''Wll- three dollars for the egg exhibit: out opposition. been interrupted to 'some extent by east of the present group ,of corporation
The contest 'judges have requested -
houses. It is bounded,,
_,,' son had qualified to oppose ,him; Mr. Stewart,. cashier of the First i preparedness activities and the troopis on
that each school will their
the north by Arroyo Ave, the
J' J. ''0. Davidson, commissioner from on
Bank of Clewiston is' now servinghis now following an eight -
',. : .'. District 2, had qualified but no prize money into defense stamps, ; fifth term as Hendry Cou'nty'srepresentative outlined by the Sunny south by Sonora Ave., on the west
and the Clewiston and Moore Ha.
opposition' had yet developed; having been elected Land Council. by Carmita: ,Street and on the east
. ven schools have agreed 'to do this. .
:: by San Pedro' ..Street. Intersecting ,
George L. Poole incumbent commissioner ')
first in 1930, ,again in 1934 and '
!" ..' avenues are Coi& ,..Mariposa and
from District 3, will be
for each succeeding term 'since that
opposed by 'Paul. .. :"O'Bannon; ,Frank i time. 1 His' a bilitas' a legislator Redonda with >olo're's' Street run
h"'l *. *"* DEFENSE COUNCILTO south
north and the
McClenf than; i inYamb'eftt? commissioner WILLIAMTOHNSONHOLDS has -won- him recognition all over ning through
center. All lots are 93.5 feet by
; for the Denaud district 4, the state and for many months
, ',;- will be opposed by A. J. Evers and 123 feet"which gives ample room
friends have urged, because of his
!I. ;;: ;' Jim Maddox incumbent member of HENDRY'S 441 popularity in every part of thesenatorial for each home. Streets are being

: ,' the board from ,Felda, district 5, district, that he an- surfaced, drainage ditches dug and

.: I,' will be opposed by Jesse Thomas. tile culverts provided where need-
IN DRAFT LOTTERY nounce as a candidate for' State PAID 'SECRETARY
\1. No school board members nave' as Senator, a position now held by ed.

+/ \. /.;. : yet -qualified for re-election. David Elmer Ward of Fort Myers. The principal difference in con-

." n' H. A. Rider had qualified for William Mrs Stewart debated the matter for The meeting of the Hendry struction design' between the new-
county attorney and it appears that Johnson, better houses and those already built in
't some time but finally decided thatit County Defense Council, held Monday -
1 he will not have opposition. known as "Bill Johnson; genial Sugarland Park is the shorter eave
would take tOQ much time from night in LaBelle, was well attended -
:,"; Mrs. Ruth' E. Delaney had qualij manager of Johnson's Fish Camp overhang and a simpler roof design -
I his business to make dis- excellent
Order own a and some very. reports -
j fied, for committeewoman in district : here, will become No. 1 in it was explained by M.,. M.
j ; trict race and that he would be a were made by some of the
the office
'.' 3 Mrs. Stewart in district : of the -county draft for
: Nancy candidate for re-election to the committee chairmen.The Prewitt engineer on the project
'2 and Mrs: Jane Walker in district- board for the third selective service the sugar corporation.One .
4 j ._1 ,**. 4; M. J. Bush for committeeman registration, his serial number, 441, report from the air warning
J design calls for two bed-
being the first number drawn in In making his announcement service given by Chairman R. Y.
in district 2 Lubbert Coleman in
1 Washington Tuesday night which Mr. Stewart states that he has full Patterson ,for C. E. Berner of rooms on the right hand side, one
district 4 and M. N. Taylor in district other
12&xl4t& and the 10%x
1 'of the duties involvedin Clewiston of
5. affected, the Hendry County list. knowledge and by W. T. Maddox
Secretary of War Stimson drew the office and believes that the LaBelle, was very good. It disclosed 12%. The entrance is onto a
; All who have not
persons reg-
screened porch and this intoa
the first number from the famous experience he has gained during that this organization has opens
or re-registered by April 18
central Behind the
living room.
previous service qualifies him to been well set and that some two
gold-fish bowl at six o'clock'Tues- up
will not be qualified to 'vote in the dining
the andto
living room is room
perform those duties to the bene- hundred wardens taking Red
day evening No. T-3485 a number are
primaries in May. The deadline
of this is kitchen.A' .
the left the
far too large to affect the local fit of the county and the state as Cross first aid course in Clewiston.
registering :April 18 and they
porte cochere is built in the
/ a whole. He pledges a continua- LaBelle also has given first aid
T, .. list with only 493 names.
books are now back, in the office front on the left. This design is
Various other dignitaries of the tion of sound, constructive representation instruction. .
of the supervisor, of registration in fc (Continued on Page 4)
\." '. LaBelle. army and navy followed Stimson i Mrs. W L Lott., chairman of the I

,. I in the drawing and finally it set- Victory Book'com'mittee, reportedthat

Drainage Board Met tled down to ,a routine affair that List of Those Who 153 books had been receivedand Steers Are Sold By

required several hours. The first that these had been sent to the

Here This number drawn which affected the Have Received Tires receiving station in Sarasota. Sugar Corporation
Morning local list was 441 and this number The matter of tire and car ration-

: had previously been assigned by the Given By BoardThe ing was discussed as well as other ..---
t": At Clewiston Inn local board to Bill The' sale of a large number of
k--- Johnson. I commodities which may be rationed. .....,..
cattle from the fattening of
No definite plans have been made It was announced' ,that secre- pens

for calling ,men from this registra- Clewiston Rationing Board taries for both the Clewiston and the United States Sugar Corporation -
't l\ In line with a new policy to hold this week to the
R-4 made
1', .'a tion but it is generally believed thatno this week releases the names of all LaBelle boards would probably be was
:meetings in various sections of the '
of Tam
Packing Company
one will be called from this list residents, who have secured tires obtained soon through civil serv-
;, 1 -district, the board of supervisors pa and to Smith, Richardson, Con-
before June. This
registration af- and tubes during January and Feb-
:: of Everglades Drainage District held ice.A of West Palm Beach who will
I (Continued on Page 4) ,ruary and at the close of March discussion of the very crying roy
a meeting this morning at the butcher the steers .and sell them to
I will give a list of those who received need for a paid employee to han- I
)' uiewiston inn convening at tend I dealers.
,', -o'clock. O'Dell and Clark certificates for tire purchases dle the Defense Council's office
Mark R. Tennant of Miami
this month. work and the matter :was The number was not disclosed by c
I was held
chairman of the board, presid- '
'r'. committee to put be- S. L. Crochet under f.hose supervision I
referred to
I, '. -ed. Have Begun Their The list is as follows: January: a
the cattle fattening experiments
of county commis
fore the board
The morning session was taken Wilbur Goff mail carrier one tire

!S. : .....' Tip with a discussion of, routine Building ProgramFourteen and tube; M. C. Dpke, mail car- sioners. This committee 'is com- have been conducted, but the
of .R. Y. Patterson A. L, West Palm Beach packers stated
i business such as the granting oft rier; one tire and tube; W. C. posed
\ rights-of-way for cables across canals Hooker, deputy sheriff one tire Taylor, W. T. Maddox M. W. Bigg 11 that they had obtained forty-five
; head and that the meat was the
I ', .'. I and other such matters. building permits have and' tube; Joseph :Robbins, 'electrical and W. C. Owen. I All
finest obtainable anywhere.
I'f After luncheon at the Inn the been issued to date to O'Dell and 'maintenance superintendent,

: t,:. :. board went to the south side the Clark Miami contractors, who have one tire and tube; I,- S. Bell chiefof Wilson CandidateFor were feeds finished produced with by a the feed corporationand ration of

tr" lake where the U. S. combined their building activities police, one tire and tube; Her-

t.--:: ',; ': demonstrated their ; Engineers I here for an estimated fifty houses ring and Hudspeth ice distributors, County BoardParker pure molasses.The .

...1. :;>. ',- "::., per. .. The board is planning to under the name of Clewiston one truck tube; J. A. McGehee corporation has some four

'" build a similar machine to use in Builders Inc. ( Standard Oil ,distributor, two truck hundred head of cattle in the experimental -

-: ,. clearing district canals of this Some materials were brought in tires and tubes; H. R. Hall laun- T. Wilson manager of pens at this time and
'.j 7'; ; ',, ', drainage and navigation-retarding the latter' part of last week and dry truck, one tire and tube; F. D. Alston's Drug Store here, announceshis about three hundred more head on

.. '.::/"',,':,:' growth The hyacinth machine was several houses have already been Duff Gulf Oil distributor, six truck candidacy this week for the of- pasture. Curtailment of the use of

ijI ': ; '.,-" discussed at a recent meeting in started on the east end of Osceola tires and tubes.February fice of county commissioner from molasses promises to hamper the

:-.1",.: ,",:'or't ';'" West Palm Beach but this will be Avenue.A : W. C. Tingle, U. S. the Clewiston district, No. 1. He fattening of cattle which has proved ..

," the first, time that most of the part of the twenty-five homes property guard. on'e tire and tube; will oppose Glen E. Etherton, in- so very successful.

1'- '. members have been able to see the. which will be built by BishopWilson E. E. Gross, utility engineer, one cumbent. .

l :- machine in action.ENLISTMENT Lumber. Company are also un- tire; J. D. Raccner, flying instructor Mr. Wilson has been _a residentof
))1. derway. one tube; I. S. Bell, thief of Clewiston for the past eleven the people and affairs 'of the district -

;; :'. r' AGE RAISED These homes, together with the police, one tire; Hendry County years, coming here as pharmacist and feels that he is well qualified -

I' 31 to be built by the sugar cor- school bus, one tube; Thos. E. in Alston's Store soon after his to fill the, position which he

The War Department this week poration, will make a total of more Burgner, molasses distributor, two graduation from the University of seeks. .

'a 4 raised the age of men for voluntary than a hundred new homes which truck tires and tubes; H. Hs Turner Florida. He states in his announce- He has never been a candidatefor

,, enlistment in the army from 36 will be completed before midsummer electrical contractor, two truck ment that during these eleven yearshe political office prior to this

:years to 45 years.. tires,.one tube. has been in constant touch with year. _,,


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7h U. S. GardenersAid I Fresh Vegetables> for the Family J THE. CHEERFUL CHERUB. '.

in Nation's I'd l like to be. t. poet

And I bink I 'h't.nsOJYe.time.
I Drive
'Victory' .,

For now Free verse is
Increased Number of Gar- '

Washington, D. C. Ar\d it doejrst htive. .,

The furious battle over the bill to dens This Year Vital to b )

suspend the 40-hour week in war For Balanced Diets. [f\71cCA: :
plants 'caused a personal rift be-

tween two house leaders that may.
heal. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 7 / a ula I
take a long time to
When Rep. John McCormack, Uncle Sam's wartime food ti'o

Massachusetts liberal, was elected needs have put the all-but-for-

Democratic floor leader, one of his gotten family vegetable garden icr4JIWNU
strongest supporters was a colleague -
back on the map. Millions of
who had nothing in common
with McCormack except friendship Americans are now poring over

-anti-New Deal, anti-labor Rep. seed catalogs, checking tools Service. 1 1

Gene Cox of Georgia. and eyeing likely planting sites. e

It was with hushed astonishment, ..._______ ___ _._...__.. __._ n.m..m _____m_........__
Once the frost is an
Dimpled Golf Balls
therefore, that the house listened toCox's of recruited Red beets beans lettuce carrots tomatces are
McCor- army gardeners ;
bitter attack against just a few of the vegetables this young lady, busy in her garden, can look
mack during the stormy debate over from farms, small towns and forward to during the coming months. During those months the family The reason why golf balls are

the anti-40 hour proposal. His voice big cities will prepare the earth will not only have fresh vegetables that will keep them healthy and dimpled is this: When the gutta-

strident in anger Cox denounced with spades and fertilizers. Then strong, but there will be plenty left over to can and preserve for. con- percha ball was first introduced,
McCormack on the ground that his winter. its surface was quite smooth. But
will come seeding weeding and sumption during the following
opposition to abolishing the 40-hour golfers soon found that after it had t I.

week was "not good sportsmanship, cultivating in a vast effort to which produced 528,000,000 poundsof These town and city gardeners are. been jagged and cut by the club, nit ,

and I wonder if it is good leadership produce plenty of fresh vege- food. being cautioned that their gardens not only carried better, but flew

.." tables, F. 0., B., the kitchen But there was waste and unneces- must be economical; that every straighter. So.some golfers start- ,

- ;"I have hoped," the Georgian door. sary sacrifice, too. 'Many a hopefulbig seed, every pound of, fertilizer and ed to nick the ball deliberately.From .

thundered, "that at some time the city garden yielded nothing but every implement counts; that there that step it did not take
gentleman from Massachusettswould This effort is part of a great nationaL blisters and backaches. In some must be no waste. The members of long for manufacturers to indent

come to a realization that he Victory Garden program. In places park lawns, golf courses and these garden clubs will meet and the balls themselves.

is supposed to speak for the major- the weeks sjnce Pearl Harbor, officials public recreation areas were plowedup discuss their problems' together and Manufacturers have to be care-

ity of this house rather than for of the U. S. department of agriculture and planted to potatoes. Orna- obtain guidance from experts. Pro- ful of the mould which makes the

somebody else." have been consulting with mental plantings in private groundswere visions are being made in many
dimples. If the recesses too
Friends rushed to McCormack's gardening experts from every state. i sacrificed; flowers were for- cities by the Civilian Defense or- ,.
shallow the ball does
have not fly true
Organizations everywhere ,
defense, but he made no reply. Next gotten to make room for vegetables; ganization for the establishment of
pledged their aid-garden clubs, Boy and if they are too deep it does
and in in which
day, however, under McCormack'sleadership gardens were attempted con- community gardens plotsare
the bill was defeated 226 Scouts, Girl Scouts, Campfire Girls, gested big city locations where suc- assigned to families that do not not carry well.

to 62-a tally which left no doubts 4-H clubs. As the program develops, cess was obviously impossible. have fertile garden soil of their own. r

about who spoke for the "majority." activities will follow two major Today an abundance of land' is Schools and ,organizations are pro-

Note: Two undercover factors lines: available for Victory Gardens with- moting the program. MINOa W

were responsible for this vote, which 1. Farmers and their families out sacrificing landscape beauty or How big a job is it to put in a CUTS ROLlNE tAA6Ei LLEp

probably did not reflect the general throughout the United States the growing of flowers which are garden and make it produce suc- BRUT 5

sentiment of the country. One wasa will co-operate by planting just as important to morale, as vege- cessfully? I

tremendous pressure drive by the 5,760,000 vegetable gardens. tables are to physical wellbeing.This Simple to Garden. ,

A. F. of L. and C.I.O. in the districtof 2. Small town and big city is particularly true in small It's relatively'simple, according to
each congressman. This was par- dwellers will sponsor-commu- towns and in, the suburban' areas of gardening experts. They point out Do You Bake at Home?

ticularly effective with Republicans, nity and school gardens, and big cities. that with modern knowledge of soils. If you'do, send for a grand cook

who, with their eyes on. next fall's, wherever possible individual Nutrition Is Watchword. plant foods, new tools and the improved book-crammed with recipes for
vegetable varieties devel- all kinds of yeast-raised breads
congressional elections, are very po family Victory gardens. Nutrition is the watchword of the \
oped by plant breeders, it is possi- and cakes. It's absolutely free.
litical-minded. Second the fail-
was First of all
present our
This newest move in the war on
ble to fresh for the Just drop a postcard with
of the farm bloc to the grow vegetables your
ure support soldiers must be well nourished. So
the Axis is reminiscent
:: many family in a favorable location with name and address to Standard
bill because it feared labor reprisals must defense workers in fields and
ways of the stirring days of World only a few hour's light exercise each Brands Inc., 691 Washington St.,
against the parity and other boodle factories. Britain Russia and
War No. 1, when back-yard garden- our week. New York City.-Adv.
grabs which the farm bloc is after. other allies must be kept supplied
The secret of effective gardeninglies
The bloc has been counted on to kill "'I "'--- ""'"'"" with food. But the program goes
the 40-hour week but the laborites in the size of the plot. Too bigFresh
beyond that. A'battle is being wagedon

served blunt notice that if the bill ; % the home front against malnutrition. DoublePurposeLaxative

was passed labor would ax the : ? s Regardless of how long the

farmers. Result, the farm bloc ran World war lasts, the nutrition battleat Gives t

for cover and the bill went into the home will go on until every Amer-.

ashcan. ican is receiving enough of the right More SatisfactionDon't

kinds of food.
be satisfied Just to relieve your
WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDEREDThe In considering the two main t present constipated condition. Meet

other day Harry Hopkins hada phases of the Victory Garden pro- : this problem more thoroughly by

visitor in' the person of Aubrey gram, the farm effort will of course y,4 f A.y' : toning up your Intestinal system.
For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.
Williams, head of the National I be the backbone. Every farmer who Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative

Youth administration, who has been can possibly do so will have a gar- Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa-
one of his closest friends for many a f den where he can produce fresh tive. It not only acts gently and i'i
thoroughly, but tones lazy bowel
vegetables and fruits for home
years. use > i muscles-giving more satisfaction.Dr. So
"Harry," said Williams, looking rr and have some surplus to market.. Hitchcock's Laxative ,Powder
around the room in the naval hos- ; $A Secretary of Agriculture Wickard helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour

pital, "how many bottles _of medi- summed up the movement's philoso- Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that
cine have :you got there?" phy when he told delegates attend- dull sluggish feeling commonly referred -
to as Biliousness, when caused
"About 18," replied the lend-lease ing a recent conference in Washington by Constipation. Use only as di- I

administrator. : rected. 15 doses for only lOco Large i

"About 18 too many," commentedthe "This 'situation is different from / family size 25 c.'Adv. M. ;; I If

National Youth administrator. AMiss 1917. Then the effort ;was to save

"And' how many doctors have you food so there would b'e plenty for vJa bllAr

I got?" our troops in France. Now the needis FOR WOMEN
radishes for salads are what
: Hopkins told him. for a balanced diet. When the
this lady is gathering. Her
: "Well, Harry, what's the use of farm family grows its own vegeta- young
Victory Garden will the
give neces-
i W your fooling .around with all these bles, it eats more and thus im- ON LV!
sary balance to the family's daily
I doctors and all this medicine," said proves the family's health. We hope meals.a .

II his friend. "You know that the more for an increase of 1,300,000 farm -

doctors you have the more* this vegetable gardens in 1942. The goalwe garden is likely to be neglected.One If headache you suffer backache from monthly nervousness cramps, '

whole thing gets on your nerves. have set is 5,760,000. and distress of "Irregularities"t
just large enough, producingthe
caused by functional monthly dis-
Now there's only one doctor who "Growing vegetables on the, farm vegetables a family needs and turbances-try Lydia Plnkham's

really ,knew what ailed you, and Peg reaps the results of having puts the food right where it is to be no more, in balanced proportionscan Vegetable Compound-famous for \- .
that's Andy Rivers out at Mayo's in used it doesn't take '' relieving pain and nervous feelings
a garden of her own. The, green ; any' freight' be kept well without hard work. or women's "difficult days."
Rochester. Why don't you have Dr. beans she is collecting will be deli- cars or trucks to move food to those Another secret is in not trying to Taken regularly-Lydla Plnkham's
: Rivers come East and get fixed families. Home Compound helps build up resistance
you cious at the gardens
family's evening meal. grow too large a variety. One authority against such annoying symptoms. ,
up? release more commercial vegetablesfor suggests six 'different vegeta- Follow label directions. WORTH :
Harry Hopkins acted on his old ers did their bit to make good the other purposes. Commercially bles basis-tomatoes TRYING I '
as a snap
friend's advice, sent for Dr. Rivers, slogan: "Food Will Win the War." canned vegetables are packed in tin beans, carrots, cabbage, lettuce and
'- and now is out of the But there are wide differences "
hospital.He too, -and we are short of tin. greens. All are high in food and
says he has forgotten about and it is hoped that many of the As a reinforcement, to the farm vitamin value. Moreover, tomatoes, All for Freedom '

medicine and doctors, and feels bet- mistakes of the 1917-18 war garden garden movement, the work of small beans, carrots and can be Freedom is the one purport .

ter than he has in months. Fur- program will be, avoided this time. town and big city gardens will help easily canned. greens of ,all man's struggles, toilings, \ \:

I I thermore, Dr. Rivers has told him The last war demonstrated: that swell Uncle Sam's food output.In These gardening experts will, tell and sufferings, in this earth.-

: that without any question he can home gardening can contribute importantly communities large and small Carlyle.
you one more thing-that you've got
I: recover entirely. I to the food supply. In 1917 every family that has access to a to feed the soil if you expect it to

I NEW G.O.P. CHAIRMAN? alone, 1,150,000 acres of city and favorably situated plot for producingpart produce for This means
you. pro-
It's very shush-shush, but in certain town land'were under cultivation. By. of its food supply is being askedto viding it with plant food. And this TO 1
I a inner Republican circles 1918 there were 5,000,000 Garden COLDS
have been there gardens join a Victory club. is just as true if you ,garden on the
secret pow-wows on replacing OF
I farm or in town. The average farmer -
Rep. Joe. Martin as national uicf4t .u.ie
chairman. knows by experience with field

I crops that fertilizer will enhance the LIQUID ,.
The hard-working 'little Bay Stater size of his crop, increase its resistance 6 (; 6)) TABLETS SALVENOSE -

j wanted chiefs decided to quit that last the year wisest, but course party to disease, improve, the COUCH DROPS DROPSBEACONS i1
quality and promote all-around
would be to persuade Martin to
1 stay hardiness. will
He apply that
for the sake of harmony.Now .
knowledge in making his Victory
of the
11 some strongest advocates garden contribute to the national of
of his retention
are his
defense. The city gardener can
scalp. The hostile fire is from
I sources. two profit by the farmer's experience.The .

One three fertilizer elements most -SAlrETY-
from Mid-West leaders
I needed for plant growth are nitro-
E sour on Martin, (1) for his failure '
to OLike a beacon light on
give them gen, phosphorus and potash. These
recognition in national elements mentioned in this the height-the advertisements -
are or- ,
: headquarters; ((2) for his
secret j
financial der in the analysis of commercial in newspapers direct
wooing of
i Pennsylvania oil fertilizer. t').. ,
; millionaire Joseph Pew and Penn- you to newer, better and
"For effective gardening use, r
sylvania of
steel millionaire Ernest easier ways providing'
said "it has
Weir. one authority, been
u uw ammox uwcnm -' found advisable to apply the ferti- the things or

contributors In the farm belt the two big-money ,.- -... I lizer before planting time, mixing it desired. It shines, this \
are political '
i and the dynamite in thoroughly with the soil when the beacon of newspaper

;i understand Mid-West ,G.O.P. chiefs can't From industrial centers and other defense localities now working at first spading orplowing is done.!The advertising-and it will be

around with why Martin is palling top speed for the nation's Victory program, the excellent business condi- quantity to apply will vary with the to your advantage to follow ,,
i them.
So ;0
time has they feel the tions found there are overflowing; into the more rural sections of the, soil type, but the Victory Gardenerwill it whenever you

to be come for one of their group'' United States as the above map shows. As farm crops and rural pro- be safe in using 5 pounds of a "il1.
named either a purchase.
national chair duction increases better business conditions will show in the "fair" areas mixture such as 5-10-5 to each JOO
man or executive director. cf the U. S.
,I I square feet of garden. I

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Lesson for March 22 I
Is called what-a ream, quire or
quatrain? ., l3
//AM4W Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 1. Nimrod, the son of Cush, was ";
and copyrighted by International 3. What is the brightest star in
Council of Religious Education; used by a mighty hunter and ruler (Gen, '':
))1tI)1tIf. permission. the heavens "
10:8 10). '
: 4. How many islands make up 2. A quire. '
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. the Fiji group?. 3. Sirius. ,
'1 f S FORETELLS HIS DEATH 5. Which of the following is 4. Two hundred and fifty. 'i.

LESSON TEXT-Mark 82737. measured: by the mil: Precious 5. Wire (used in measuring the ...

ii GOLDEN TEXT-For whosoever will save stones wire or drugs? diameter). '

H his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall 6. From what is camphor ob- 6. From a tree.
lose his life for my sake and the gospel's
;: the same shall save it.-Mark 8:35. tained? 7. Scots and English. oj

,<" Jesus came into the world as the
Redeemer of men-and that means New Defense Jobs GaVE YOUR ,

\'i: He'came to die. The prophets who ....

,j wrote centuries before His coming Opening Each Day

presented Him as both the sufferingand COLD THE AIR

the reigning Messiah. However l
: : Get quick relief the famous Penetro,
to the minds of the Jewish people 4 Nose Drop 2-drop way.Helps open ups
only the idea of His glory and king- cold stuffed nose. Generous sizes*
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"A:' ..... ,Birthday Cake \Vith Candles-Goody! fore became necessary for Jesus as bird found in both America and
r1i (See Recipes Below) He to the last months of His
; came Europe, dives into swift mountain
earthly ministry to speak plainly to streams and walks on the bottom '

.4 Happy Returns Says: them about these matters. + y in search of food. :
Lynn' '
x, I. Recognition of Christ by Faith \
? Birthdays the children have are "
A birthday party's a real party (w. 27-30).
the ones which they usually cherish 1
; i most even though they may have with birthday games to play. Let As a foundation for right thinkingon

bigger cakes 'and more candles in the children play their ,favoriteones any spiritual question there must 1IIIJT dour

later years. So with this in' mind, and if they run out of ideas be recognition of Christ's deity. He '

I'm including a few' suggestions. try some of these: drew forth such a confession from :
VJeekiyrJ3ath -
Take the words Greeting and the disciples by asking who men ,
Cake 'n' ice and : -
cream are tops
;; Birthday and give each of the said that He was. Notice that while k
bit of candy to sweeten the toothlf1Ill.f -
dictate the party. guests paper and pencil. Ask there .was difference of opinion all ,
a'''' 1 \\\\\ cake be players to fill in as many wordsas had a high opinion of Him calling
' S\\ can
.- 'jlijrrhe' simple: decorated possible between each of the Him John the Baptist Elijah or one takes ears of the OUTSIDE. But That :
;, Q two letters. First words begin of the prophets. They knew that a about the INSIDE After one reaches the ,,:".'
./:. -I': with a ten-cent age of 40 or 60 digestion and elimination
M ib with B and end with G. Second great man was in their midst and in Hot
: tube. If are not as rigorous as youth. \
pastry Women and Older Men Hired Too.
t J words begin with R and end withI. had to admit it, even though they ra enough exercise. Food still tastes '
don't want totake JPf good, and its a constant temptation
you Third words begin with R hated and opposed Him. But it is 7
< than
9i "1' the time to TF YOU can't be in the army or / s-Oy to eat more one should. "
'::;": ,1.1 _: 0 & spell out the letters and end with E, and so forth. not enough'' to accept Christ as a A navy why not try for a defense i'; THEN TION-aggravating spells of CONSTIPA-gas, coated

't' .- can buy Allow 10 to '15 minutes for the great man, as a teacher a prophet job? After brief-and freetraining -rte, tongue,Lustlessness. TryADLEB-
you game and give prizes to those or an example. Nor is it enoughto battle sr'z; IKA-an effective blend of 5 car '
'r :: these for a nominal sum and have you can help fight our minatives and 3 laxatives for
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with longest lists. tell what others think' of Him. .
> .i' out with rivets and dies! DOUBLE action. ADLERIKA
looking cake right
a relieves and gentle bowel
Have children sit in a circle to The question quickly becomes: gas
Workers needed in _
: are every Just take
: of kitchen. : action quickly follows.
: \ own
: ',; your play this game called Birthday "Whom say ye that I am?" Have section. That goes for women, this ad to your druggist.
"::;. Have the children send out, their, Gifts. First starts with '
; player
you answered that question? What too! With production speeding up
1\-\': own invitations, even make them letter A, and makes a sentence will you do with Jesus Christ? and men joining the services

,;, up if they like-this will be grand giving the name of the place he ''Peter responded with a straightforward Women have a chance for every Darkest Hour

; t fun for'them. Twirling crepe paper is going and the gift he is bring- heaven-born confession ,of sort of defense job. There are The darkest hour in any man's

r :. :;' for decorations and getting the ing. For example he might say Christ as the Son of the living God women inspectors, parachute life is when he sits d / chairs in place will please them no "I to to how to without earning
$v am going Appleton get (cf. Matt. 16:16-18) upon which Christ makers lens'grinders., labora- get money
, .\ end, for these, though small, will him an Anchovy, or to 'Bermuda established His church.II. it.-Horace Greeley.A .
tory aides flying
4' give them a wonderful sense of "do- to get him, a Bon Bon," and so '
Rejection and Crucifixion *
ing something. forth down _the alphabet. No -*&-. '
-. Prophesied (vv. 31; 32)). Our 32-page booklet tells what agenciesare
1)Devil's Food Cake.: words should be re'peated. FOR QUICK RELIEF
ti< The foundation of faith in Him giving these and other defense

,' (Makes 2 8-inch layers) having been laid Christ plainly laid where courses they, lists can typical be defense found and jobs addresses, sections

r" 1% cups sugar peel is clear, about 45 minutes. before the disciples the fact of His where you can register for work; Send

:' Yz cup shortening Spread on waxed paper to dry for coming rejection and death. Notice your order to : ANTISEPTICUsed Soothing S A LV E

1 egg beaten several days. Roll in granulated the word "must" in verse 31. "Therewas
4 tablespoons cocoa by thousands with satisfactory fe-i
sugar if desired. an imperative necessity for READER-HOME SERVICE suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients.
;; ', 1 teaspoon red food coloring -' Get Carboil at drug stores or write
4 Dress the party with these these things.But why must He
2 strong hot coffee up gay 635 Sixth Avenue New York City Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Term.
tablespoons good-to-eat pop corn balls. The chil-. die? This question is fully answered
2 sifted cake flour Enclose 15 cents in coins for your
cups dren will enjoy making them too; elsewhere in the Bible'John 3:14; copy of GETTING A DEFENSE JOB.
1 teaspoon salt Heb. 9:22 Isa. 53:4-6 II'Cor. 5:21 DIG DEEP FOR VICTORYDig
r t- J 1 teaspoon soda Pop Corn Balls. ; ; ; Name .................;......oo.....
(Makes 24 balls) Gal. 3:13; I Pet. 2:24). There could Into Your Pocket and

''. 1 1 f.'nnnn cup' buttermilk vanillaer 3 cups sugar have been no salvation for any sin- Address .....oo,..!.......00.......... Buy U. S. Defense Bonds
""""'t'UVAA 1 cup corn syrup ner if He had not died (Gal. 3:10
;, Cream shortening and sugar until 1 cup water 13; II Cor. 5:21; Rom. 3:20-26)" I
d 'yy light. Blend in egg which has been
5 quarts pop corn (John W. Bradbury).
Lk beaten until foamy. Mix cocoa coloring -
- 1% tablespoons butter Note also that He "must rise
and hot coffee into a smooth
t paste, stir into mixture. Sift flour Cook sugar syrup and water until again" (v. 31). He died for our

fc measure then sift again with soda the syrup reaches 242 degrees f sins, but "was raised again for our r CHANGED TO

4 : 'and salt. Add to mixture alternate- or makes a soft ball when tried in justification" (Rom. 4:25). CAMELS SOVIETHEYRE

t 1&,; ly with buttermilk,.folding and beat- cold 'water. Add butter and stir HI. Rebuke' of Unbelief (vv. 32,

ing after each addition. Add vanilla. through the syrup. Pour cooked 33)).

Turn into two greased waxed pa- syrup over salted pop corn which Peter quick 'to accept ,Jesus as 'y: Y < COOLER '' "

per lined tins and bake in a moder- has been placed in a buttered bowl] the Son of God permitted Satan to

-'"" '' ate ((350-degree) oven for 25 to 30 and mix well. Shape balls with blind his mind to the necessity of

;If- ." minutes. Ice with the following: hands, using only enough pressureto the cross, and thus became a stum- NICOTINE

Magic Party Frosting. make them stick together.The bling block unbelief. calling fortha SMOKE
fresh tempting distinctive severe rebuke from Jesus.It .
t 2/ cups sifted powdered sugar flavor of perch makes this a nice is a striking and humbling

% cup sweetened condensed milk fish for dinner. Plus that it fries in thought that the very one who a

.t ZYz teaspoons vanilla no time at all and spares you of any moment before, spoke such accept- G1,5x a G+,r. .
Dash of salt disagreeable odors in the Gj.'rrl ,/iF :{sueqr.ar.
: able words of recognition of Christ's /,4rir'.arSY.; '

Stir powdered sugar gradually Perch Fillets. deity could by unbelief so quickly ) 1r ,. }

into the sweetened, condensed milk. Dip fish fillets in slightly beaten become the tool of Satan. "My soul

; Add vanilla and egg, then into bread crumbs to be on thy guard" lest such tempta-

salt. Beat until which have been added salt and pep. tion overtake thee!

Lr ? w smooth and per. Fry in shallow hot fat until May we also learn from this inci-
,t-. just a golden brown and serve im SMOKED)
creamy. Spread dent that we do well to weigh the
,: : cold cakes. A mediately.As _
c:: on words of even good men lest in a
clown's face to new, fresh and lovely as spring moment of weakness or unbelief they / EXTRIk MILD AND

.- glamorize the' itself is this cabbage dish done to say that which may lead us astray.God's THEY AUNAYSTASTE JSO
!-. cake as shown in a turn with its Word alone is sure! /
., /;; food affinities
the picture can on-
IV. Requirements of Discipleship
' i r. be made with melted chocolate us- ions and, toma Fl iWORFULEONTAINS
toes. Be (vv. 34-37).
\, ing water-color. paint brush. with ,Following the Christ of Calvary
cabbage this
< Try substituting fruit and honey in '
way and ta- calls for a willingness to say "no"to
candy to make it nutritious, but still your
;: ble will be gay self (literally to deny any con-
.; 'r1'* good! and bright in glo.. nection with self-life) and to follow SLOWR.IIURIIING; CAME

p. Honeyed Orange Peel. rious red and' through with Him on the path of SMOKE Of .
:. Remove peel in quarters from 6 TH E :
green and shame and crucifixion. No self-will I
oranges. Cover with water and boil surely will be pleased: YOW'family and no compromise are permissibleto N\COtiNE\ ; .
% hour. Drain. Cover again with Christ's disciples. lESS
' Cabbage Creole. :
water. Boil % hour longer or until brands
(Serves 6) Foolishly to attempt to hold one'slife o .selling
tender. Drain. Cut in
peel strips for self is to lose it. That painful indepindent ,Y
3 pounds shredded cabbage ofsdentlfle to
,..' with scissors. Cover with honey averae ofqthem-'otherlargestaccording
: loss has left brokenhearted 'the
'r 1Y (2 to 3 ). Simmer until 3 teaspoons salt : than anY '
:?. cups! th isef f!
all of {
lives the !
1 cup thinly sliced onions wrecked along path tested-103s the sm oke p ;
.' Yi minced green pepper man's history. But why should any r tests of e '

2 cups canned tomatoes one do it? Equally foolish is the /t w. ,, g, j -

A This Week's Menu: 3 tablespoons salad oil one who supposes that this world has Hs' '; :A4Y ,k
2 bay leaves anything to satisfy the human soul.
the possibility of the im
Tomato Juice 1 teaspoon sugar Assuming
Dash of cloves possible-that is, attaining the whole
t Perch Fillets with Lemon Slice
'Cabbage Creole Cook cabbage in a small amountof world as one's own possession-to do F ..

Julienne Green Beans boiling, salted water about 7 min so at the cost of one's soul would be
Frozen Fruit Salad utes. Drain well. While cabbage is an indescribably poor bargain. V ,' l'w Yio r'Lc,.rysr'h7".1G}y\Ry 1'

Nut Bread'" Butter cooking saute onions in hot fat until What then shall we say of those t

Apricot Upside Down Cake light brown then add tomatoes, who barter their eternal souls for a

4, Coffee Tea Milk pepper bay leaf, sugar and cloves. mess of pottage a moment of sensu-
*Recipe Given. Simmer 18 minutes. Remove bay al satisfaction, or for a few paltry
leaves, toss sauce over cabbage. dollars? "What shall a man givein I
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News ing. We, don't know whether Mr. schemes and take up, the time of Clewiston, white, 54 Herbert I with one bedroom and is 24x45"Teet ;, .... ,(
The Clewiston Padgett will tell you or not, but I: defense officials clamoring for fac- Merle Hiers LaBelle, white, 179- overall. The dining room and '
defense councils are advocating that tories and contracts as if war werea Plais 'Anthony, 'Clewiston, colored, kitchen are back of the living room

Published Friday In Clewiston, we include a few flowers along with great gravy train. 69-Henry Lee Davis, Clewiston, and the bedroom is, ,to ,the right. '
Florida, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, the vitamin-bearing vegetables. The Not while WPA, despite a short- white, 212-Cornelius Jackson, of the living room 'and with the-
Tnc. flowers are' for "morale." And if age of labor, seeks to carry on Clewiston, colored, 459-Osmond bath back of this room so that of '
you walk, as we do, along beside projects which it doesn't have the James McLean, Clewisfon, colored, another bedroom is added it will '
KEATIILEY BOWDCJT, Editor the Inn gardens each morning while men to perform ,or the need for 369-James Dotson, Clewistonr provide a connecting bath. A .'r
the dew is still on the flowers\ performing.Not colored, 233-Henry Cecil Jones, porte cochere is also provided on
mail matter you'll know why flowers are morale- while CCC and NYA stretch Clewiston, white, 324-Greely Ajk- the left side. ,
second class
February as, 1927, at the Pest Office In building. There's white alyssum greedy hands for funds to pamper ins, LaBelle colored, .31---William, Design "Q" has the dining room F hat '
Clewiston, Florida, under- the Act of border along the bed of roses that young men who ought to be in the Fowler Fisher, Clewiston, white, the fro)1t.on. the left of the liv- "
/March 3, 1897.Subscription would inspire your soul to poetry. I i armed forces ,or the war plants. 493-Garfield Mayes, Clewiston, ing room with the kitchen back ,of '' t- )
We are glad there's no, hedge to Not while strikes hamper war colored, 55-James Letcher Mad- the dining room. Both bedroomsare
Rntc $2.00 Per Year. obstruct our view. production, despite a solemnL promise dox, Felda, white, 445-Ernest at the back of the house with
Advertising Hates On Application. 4 that they would stop. Lindsay Stallings, LaBelle, white; the bath just back of the kitchen. .

We've been having? a practice Not while the life-and-death need 476Henry Amiker, Clewiston,' This design also has screened porch ,
and wel- black-out at our house this week,- for uninterrupted production ,is I colored, 474-David Joseph James, and porte cochere and is 32x34 feet : '" '
fare Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry County.FLORIDA inspired by measles, not by air-raid used as a weapon to put over the Clewiston, colored, 338-Willie overall. "."
warnings. closed shop. Welch,' Clewiston, colored, 297 Cost estimates on these homes
is de- John Brown, Clewiston, colored, could
Not while double time not be obtained at this time. "f
.t-\EMBER This week's slogan was taken manded for Sunday work which Is and 88-John Grady Niblack, Clew-
PRESS ASSOCIATION from a poster in an East Coast only part of a 40-hour week iston, white. The. Annual winter meeting of
NATIQYALmIIO AssoQAnfNS tavern, and is part of the programto Not while a man can't be em- the Taft Memorial Highway Associa f.' 1
prevent loose talk from spread- ployed on an army project or in a 31 Homes Are- tion will be held in Chattanooga.March .
ing information that might be of war, plant until he pays $20 to ,$50or 16-17. Sergeant Alvin York,
help to the enemy. It reads: ThisIs more to a labor racketeer.Not outstanding hero of World War 1
-,":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":!;:-:":-:":":": National Silence Week.-SHUT while criminal gangs control (Continued from Page 1)) will be the principal speaker. 'High-
32x38 feet, overall.
UP. employment and allocation of men way officials from Florida are
RAMBLINGS. to work on the Normandie and the : Design "0" is the smaller house planning to attend. _
WAKE UP, AMERICAIT'SLATE other ships along New York's vast
By B. B. .
waterfront.Not tI' '1I
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: -- An Editorial in New pampered and enemy aliens move I
"Morale," said General MacAr-: Telegram March 5, 1942 freely in defense areas. -

thur in 1932 when as chief of The nation needs to awaken to Not while the grim job of pre- .
staff of the U. S. Army he appeared the full gravity of the peril that paring our home communities
before the house appropriationscomm I confronts it. 1 against air raids and sabotage is Do You Know?
ttee begging in vain for additional It needs to appreciate how badlywe gummed up with a lot of high-

: funds to build' up the have been defeated 'in three falutin, boon-doggling, social service .... ,
army, "is a little-understood word, months of war. activity. ':

but nevertheless is, the most im- It needs to understand that it is Not while pressure blocs clamor YOU CAN START A .
portant one in the military lexicon. possible for the United, Nations and for higher benefits, bounties and .. ,
morale will a soldier into '
Only carry .
the United States to lose this war pensions.We v '
the dangers and hardships of and suffer the fate of Franceandthat will not get maximum pro- SAVINGS ACCOUNT '
modern war, and only morale will this possibility may become 'a duction in short, unless, first, we r J
build up a military organization probability if the present tide does fully realize our awful peril; and,
capable of sustaining ,the shock of not change.It second, get over the gimmes of WITH WEEKLY PAYMENTS OF ;, 1. i _

present-day battle. needs to realize that there recent years. "

"Morale, gentlemen, Is born of is grave chance of the Japanese Gimme v shorter hours, gimme ONE DOLLAR 't, ": : '_ : '
just treatment, efficient leadership,I pushing through India and the higher wages, gimme bigger, profits, : :r. i ". : '
thorough training and pride in self Germans driving through the Near gimme more overtime, gimme less :i: }{ :
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Officers and soldiers :
and country. work
East, to join their armies and gimme more pensions, gimme ; ,
must be confident in their belief resources in an almost unbeatable greater crop benefits, gimme more I -, .. .
that their services are valuable to combination. appropriations and patronage, ALL ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO '.- : '-', ..

and appreciated by the governmentthey II'I It needs to get away, ,once and, gimme plants for 'my Congressionaldistrict

serve." for all, from the comforting feeling gimme fees and dues to 5000.00 : -- : \ \ JIII
Precient words these were, for that while we may lose at the start work for Uncle Sam, gimme ham ,' ,
ten short years later the whole we are bound to win in the end. 'n'' eggs, gimme share-the-wealth, t'
world reaped the golden harvest of Only when fully aware of existing gimme $30 every, Thursday. :..:..:..:..:,..:..:..:..:..j .
precious time, as General MacAr- perils will the United States do France had the gimmes, too.- i' '
thur's 'little army of Americans and its utmost. Pray God that awareness had them till the Germans were, "
Filipinos through 'sheer strengthof J I will not come too late, as it close to Paris. Then everybodywent United States Defense Savings Bonds Are

morale stayed the Japanese forces did in France! frantically to work-too late. "
and permitted our government the I I Production Director Donald Nelson France has no gimmes today Available In Our Office ,: :,,: ,

United States to get men, planes appeals for vastly increased industrial except gimme food for my baby, .-- .
and supplies into Australia aheadof output on a 24-hour seven- gimme a place to lay my head, : f' }
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the Japs. The "General's army day basis-168 hours a week. gimme death. ,J :', )f ,: ASK ABOUT. THEM ;.; ,<;-\:.,,;; ,;> \.., ,

had "the just treatment, efficient Maximum production, in short. : f: : 'r : '.j '
leadership, thorough training and Can we get it? Bill Johnson olds ; x..;..;.".. : : 'fS;; ? /: ;
pride in self and country." And Not on the present basis-not

the pride of all America in those under the psychology of recent (Continued from page 1) .
men is great. years. I fected the young' men of twenty to "
And the morale of the whole na- Not until we quit thinking in twenty-one years and those between
tion and the United States soared terms of less work for more money. thirty-five and forty-five who had I
this week as news ,came that Mac- Not while there is greater con- I not previously ,registered. The A HOME, WITHOUT ,RED TAPE. t'i, ,

Arthur was in Australia to lead cern about overtime pay than over- registration ,for those eighteen to .II i j'
an army and that he had men and time production.Not I twenty and from forty-five to ,
supplies enough to fight. while farmer politicians are sixty-four has been set by President
more interested in higher prices Roosevelt for April 17.
Did you know that Liberty Point than raising more essentials. The next twenty-four serial numbers -

was named because A. C. Clewis, Not while government bureaus- affecting Hendry County reg-

the developer for whom the townof created to meet a depression istrants in the order In which they : ,
Clewiston is named, bought that emergency that is needed-continue were' drawn were: 176-Robert' CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND It

section of land and paid for it with to grab ,for' themselves, money need- Youngman Patterson, Jr., 'Cl wis- 1' t
Liberty Bonds? A few years hence ed for armaments.Not ton, 359-Mortimer Feldman, ,Clew- -, : .'
there may be some at present un- while an army of federal iston, white, 129-Fred Clemens,
known strip of land named Defense press agents clamors to promoteand LaBelle, white. 244-Joseph Verner LOAN ASSOCIATION ', .

Point, or Savings Stamp Hammock. perpetuate activities that haveno Martin, LaBelle, white, 131--Sandy
present need or value. Taylor, Clewiston, colored, 345-

Defense Gardens will be the topicat Not while Congressmen try to put Henry Williams,' Clewiston, colored .- -. .. > \
next week's Garden ,Club meet- over useless canals and river 255-James Bertram Holland, -- .--- - - -- -



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;< Miss Hazel Prince spent the C. A. Martinez high for men. Lott, Mrs. F. E. Conkling and FOR RENT- Comfortable front

wek-end with friends in Miami. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rod- Mrs. Keathley Bowden. bedroom with twin beds. Mrs..I

..--- riguez, Mr. and 'Mrs. Kettl, Mr. C. D. Beatty. '

Y t Personals J Miss Maxine ,Doty sand her Weber, Mrs. Mumford, Mr. and OPEN FORUMTO

fiance, Frederick M. Morrison, of Mrs. Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. Martinez, FOR RENT Garage apartment.

Avon Park, spent the week-end, Mr. and Mrs. John DeValcourt, Mr. Living-room, bedroom and bath 4

i here with her mother, Mrs. J. H. and Mrs. Frank Mueller, Mr. and PATRONS CLEWISTON [ Men only. Mrs. E. L., Stewart. i
Doty, and her brother, Willard. :Mrs.: E. C. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. SCHOOL: I
Mrs. Jetta Geiger, nurse at the
Clewiston Hospital, spent last weekend Mrs. Doty returned to Avon Park Fred Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. It is approaching time to 'select I '
: with them and is visiting her John Lucaa.
a principal and teachers for the
in Pahokee.Mrs. I
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daughter this week. ensuing .year. Your Trustees are CLEWISTON
JACK MARTINEZ PARTYON interested in obtaining the servicesof TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP ,
G. W. Tyson and Mrs. Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Stubble- SIXTEENTH BIRTHDAY the best teachers available to : 1
Hunziker spent Wednesday in Anything In Plumbing Fixtures:
field and son, Leland, spent last keep instruction standards on a
:West Palm Beach. week visiting Mrs. Marshall's par- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez en- high plane. Prompt, Efficient Service 1
Schmitt tertained Thursday evening at the I
ents, Mr. and Mrs. August We have excellent
some very
'. Mrs. C. M. Jarvis was a visitor I of Cairo, Illinois. Mr. Stubblefield, Community Center with a party teachers whom we .believe shouldbe PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. .

: in West Palm Beach over the week- an instructor at Riddle-McKay honoring the sixteenth birthday of I retained.We I
"r' end. a week's their Jack. L
I Aero College, enjoyed son, want and need your help and
1 vacation following graduation of enjoyed during the
Dancing was appeal to you for this help.
Mrs. J. W.. Ezelle and Mrs. E. L. Class No.3. .. I evening and Jack received many The Trustees will be in sessionon Johnson's Fish Camp

' Stewart were visitors in West Palm f useful gifts. Strawberry short- Monday, March 23, 1942, the (Near 'Hurricane Gate) .

Beach yesterday. DotyMorrisonMr. cake, cookies, sandwiches and cokes high school building from 4 p. m.
.. Clewiston, Fla.
--- were served. until 9 p. m., to intreview patrons
Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur r---- Attending were: Misses Mary with children in this year's first to .
Rates Reasonable
Goff were visitors in .West Palm and Mrs.. John H. Doty an- Ethel and Dahlis Royal and Mary sixth grades and on Tuesday, W. H. Johnson
Beach Wednesday.. nounce the engagement and ap- Ethel Lundy of; Moore Haven, March 24, 1942, from 4 p: m.' to I Mgr. 1 ,

proaching marriage of their daughter Elizabeth Read, Dalla Saybee, 9 p. m., to interview patrons with

Charlotte Maxine, to Frederick Barbara Devane, children in this seventh to
Mrs. E. W. Durst, :Mr. and Mrs. Marian Ange, year's
McLeod Morrison of Monte Verde, Grace Laura Bailey, Janice twelfth grades.If .
,', Charles Bolton and Miss Ardis Henry,
Ehney & Foster
ri Bolton spent. Tuesday in Miami. Florida. Wynn, Christine Redish, Betty Mc- you like the teacher your child

The, marriage will be an eventof Duffie, Sue Von Mach, Marilyn has and think she should be re- PAINT CONTRACTORS
t1 -r?
; Mrs. G.B.. Thomas, Sr., of Easter, the ceremony taking Davis, Mary Carlisle, Elizabeth tained, be considerate enough of Y Sprayer 'For Furniture Painting l

h Safety Harbor, is visiting her son; 1 place in the Clewiston Community Winn, Mauryne Prewitt, Marianne that good teacher and the children I Floor Sanding -
, G. B. Thomas and family.Mr. Church at four o'clock Sunday Jones, ,Marjorie Allen, ,MarianYoder who are coming along to see the Phone 60 Free Estimates '
afternoon, April 5th. Mamie Trice and Joan trustees and give her a boost.If .

Walker. you think some other teacheris I
I Miss Doty is a graduate of the
and Mrs. Deane Bogart and
son Thursday: 'j. Fort I Clewiston High School, class of Nick Schiffli, Lawrence Guthrie, not good and have authentic information '
Lynn, spent .
1940. Following her graduationshe Martin Waldron, Sherwood Hall, concerning his or her J. M. COUSE
Myers. received training with the Ernest Oliver, Billy ''Perry, Hagar ability ,please, for the good' of our ,

5 Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and Charles Western Union Telegraph Com- Lowe, Gus Cantrell, Walter schools, appear before the Trustees Counselor and Attorney at Law

,p A:, ., Owens, spent the week-end in Tam- pany and is now manager of the Vaughn, Jr., Elbert Hooker, Bobby and present the facts.MALCOLM Hopkins Building
Avon Park Western Union office. John Robbins, Jimmie Paul, W. BIGGW. .
:4': pa visiting Mr. and Mrs. ThomasB. Topper,' Wednesdays and Saturdays
Owens and family.. .Mr. morrison is the son of Mr. Melvin Tolbert, Richard Pape, Wm.: C. OWENC.
0:80 to 4:00
Read Houston Burgue, Lester E. JOHNSON.
I and Mrs. M. Morrison of Monte '
Verde, and'is a graduate of the Jacobs, Louis Burgue, Oliver Mar- Trustees.
John S. W. Davis, one of the
Monte Verde school. He also at- tinez, Junior Martinez. 1
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instructors at Riddle Field, spent .
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' last week .in Okeechobee with his tended College in '- -' .. S"S
Jacksonville, completing a coursein RAYMOND PADGETT IS SAFE r --
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Davis. ::: v
business administration. He is AFTER "MISSING IN ACTION"Raymond

Y i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couie of at present connected with the' ::: Photo Finishing and Commercial :jPhotography
Lodwick Aviation Military Acad- Padgett, brother of ,
Moore Haven spent Wednesday inClewiston
_; Dan Padgett and Mrs. J. H. Wil-
emy at Avon Park. The couple
Miami for
route' to
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'' expect to reside in Avon Park son of Clewiston, is safe and is
a few days.
..--- after their marriage. again in the active service of, the .i- 24 HOUR SERVICE

Mr.: and Mrs. Arnold S. Hoffman U. S. Navy, according to message :_:: ,Clewiston Photographic Service :t
MRS. MILLS ELECTED TO HEAD received ,, by his mother, Mrs. ,
i : of Providence, Rhode are -T2
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. PARENT-TEACHERS NEXT YEAR Charles Moran'of Pahokee, from'the ;_: blocks north and 1 block' west of _X' ,

; V. S. Mumford. War Department. 'Padgett :;: Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station t
i Mrs. E. C. Mills was elected was reported missing three weeks .;. EDWARD B. SEEGERS X".
president of the Parent-Teacher As- ago., The message stated that he -t. The House With The Red Roof $.
Getz of De-
y: Mrs. John, G. Jr., -. x. .
sociation 'for the year 1942-43 at had been picked ,up at sea unin- 4,' -- -. -
troit, who has been spending'sev- "
: the annual election of officers held jured and is again in active'service. -- '-' -- -- -
eral days in Clewiston at the Inn, '
Jt left Wednesday for her home. Tuesday, afternoon at' the High No details: wee: ,given.

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Miss Harriett Hayward left Mon- Other officers were elected as fol- BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES, :i: U *:*

_. day for her home in New' York lows: >resident. Mrs.: G. B. ?
Thomas; Secretary, Mrs. F. E. Mrs. Charles E. Miner entertained :
after here for'a few
City visiting '
/ : weeks' with Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Conkling; Treasurer, Mrs. O. A. at the home of 'her mother, Mrs. lii': FIRE !
Wednesday :t:
; W. Bigg. Jones. '. Josephine Knight, on y ; ,
r Mrs. Carl Berner presided at evening. First prize ,was won by Y.

'i= Miss Martha ,Nell Alston came Tuesday's meeting.. There was a Mrs. Knight and second by Mrs. :;: VRaleigh Mock's home burned 4:30 V V

up from, Miami Beach where she I short business session at which P. M. McIntyre. .. ..
r" routine business was transacted. Mrs. Miner served cake and 1 .:. .. .
is a student at Barry College, and : March 3rd. ;
H. Small ,Mrs. :: $
', Pa visited her parents Tuesday and coffee to Mrs. G. : !

Wednesday.Mrs. CARD OF THANKSWe M. ,E.Mrs.Von C.Mach' L. McLendon Mrs., Ruth, Wilcox Mrs.- :i:; Proof of loss mailed.:'.by. 'us at 5:30 *:

H. S. Gove, Jr., and daughter wish to express our deepest Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. ,Knight, Mrs.P. ::;: March 3rd. ;

,, Sandra, of Eustis, are expected appreciation for the many evidences M. McIntyre and Mrs.. R. 'Y.' Pat- .:.'

J,'. to arrive Sunday to visit for a week of friendship and sympathy shownus terson. ::: Check for full value of insurance on
during our recent bereavement.
with relatives in Lake' Harbor and
Clewiston. 'The, many acts of kindness have Mrs. J. Grady Niblack entertained .:;: home and furnishings received ''March 16. T'I::: :

J. __ helped and are helping' us' throughthis her bridge club at her home .... .

z 'Mrs. William Johnson and trying time. Friday afternoon., First prize was ::: That is what we call service! Service :
:, daughter, Gayle, of Canal Point and Mrs. C. D. Beatty and children, won by Mrs. R. C. Wilson and

Miss Julia Martin of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Beatty, Sr., second by Mrs. C. J. Nielsen.. Playing :: ,is what we are selling. ;:::
Mrs. A. Mrs. F.: Florentine, Mrs. ... ...
spent Sunday here with Miss ,B., Midgette, were J. .... .
Florence Graham. Mrs. F. E. Chalker. F. E. Conkling, Mrs.Nielsen, Mrs. :i: ;e.
. Wilson, Mrs. J. E.: Beardsley, and .t:. ::

Mrs. T. M.-Texton and sons SURPRISE PARTY HONORS two new members, Mrs. A. L. Beardsley Insurance Agcy. _|:

Tommy and Bobby? of Cottondale, JOINT BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Hackett and Mrs. W. C. Owen. IY

'' :44' Fla., are visiting Mrs. Texton's '
sisters, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and Mrs. Honoring F. M. Rodriguez and Mrs. W. H. Lanier was hostessto '::: Ruth R. Beardsley A., W. Lawrence _::

A. B. B. Wilson. John Kettl, a group of friends sur- members of her bridge club .i. ,,'1'',' -;-
prised them with a birthday sup- Wednesday afternoon. A potteryvase .s. A

Mrs. Willard E. Dilley returned per Saturday evening at the homeof was won by Mrs. J. W. Ezelle .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.:..:..:..:..:..: : :..:..:..:..:..:..:.:,

to. Clewiston, after spendinga Mr. Rodriguez.,. who held high score. Mrs. Dave
week at'the home of her par- Bridge and Michigan were play Alston made the lucky cut and received -

ents, Mr. and Mrs W. P. Sankey ed during the evening with Mrs. a double deck of cards. St.

", at' New Castle, Pa. N. V. S. Mumford winning high Patrick's tallies were used. Mrs.
score for ladies at bridge and AlFred Lanier served a salad course to

Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hingson Weber high score for men. At Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. Alston, Mrs. R.

,..r c'' x are the proud parents of an 8 % the Michigan table Mrs. Harry C. Wilson, Mrs. G. B. Thomas,' Raymond J. Davis

<, f pound baby boy born Wednesday Vaughn was high for ladies and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. W. L.

night at the Clewiston Emergency 1_________________________ _

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Candidate tor Railroad
Mr. !and Mrs. H. J. Lehman re- :: I ..:..
turned to their apartment at The ..

! ,,.,, Clewiston Inn Sunday after visit : DELICIOUS ",- .*. Commissioner Group 1
ing for, a week with Mrs. Leh- ._ .:.
man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ;: '
F.. Reid, of Alexandria, Va. Temple Oranges *
A native of Florida, born and reared on' his father's
: ;. vx farm and ranch in Columbia County, but has residedin
Mrs.. who -
Flora Deans, has spent z
South Florida from his ;youth. He lived in Hillsborough,
the past two weeks here with her ;:: : ARE NOW ON SALE :;: Polk DeSoto, and Hardee Counties for more than thirty

daughter, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, is _... ..!'.. years. .

leaving today for Tampa to visit ;i. ) '. For more than twenty-five years Raymond Davis has
\; another daughter, Mrs. W. W* taken quite an interest in County, State, and National af-
\ Chadwick. ,_: Scurvy and Scabby But Sweeter ::: fairs. Having served three years as pan attache in Congress

with Former, Cpngressman Herbert J. Drane of Lakeland,
; -' Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gardhouse Than Ever. 3!. and eight years as County Commissioner of Hardee County

r-;. of Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. Martin '_. and four; years as Chief :Deputy :Motor Vehicle Commissionerof

;:':\ Rucker Posey of Henderson, :_: Oranges . . $1.00 Bushel :!: Florida.
:'i- .. Ky., are guests for several days ;:= ; :i: Ninety per cent of the people that ever knew Mr. Davis

'..' ;, "' of Mr. and Mrs. JH. R. Hall. Mrs. -:: Grapefruit . 50 Bushel \ J.:. are rapidly.supporting him loyally. His candidacy is gaining

Gardhouse and Mrs. Posey are ;
'I Mr. Davis contends that South Florida" ] should have
',1 sisters of Mrs. Hall.
J \ representation of the Railroad Commission Board as all
present members reside in North Florida. He is opposing
Mrs. J. W. Moore and daughter, _' E/, S. Matthews of Starke who has held the office for
Mrs. John ''J. Kettl and Mrs. ThomasE. ; The Beardsley Farm / many, many years.

Markette, attended the funeralof He promises if elected to the R. R. Commission Board,
their uncle, D.. F. Moore, in ; A fair honest, and efficient service to all. He is a fruit,

.I ; Venice Tuesday afternoon. Mr. _: Phone 66 or 272 ::: grower, farmer, and raises stock on his farm %at Limestone.
/ h Moore was the father of H. L. f
Moore who worked here several ( (Paid Political Advertising.)
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rug. They wear out more quickly carrots ;make piquant garnishes
from being walked on, and present for the cold-meat platter. A few
I HOYDA5Py.- a fire hazard. of each will do, along with a few '
.a *
JG sprigs of parsley.
Silver should always be polished *
,/, following the shape of the object A piece of charcoal kept on one
: @BELL SYLVIA TAYLO.R. W"N"U"Rtkase flatware lengthwise and hollow- of the shelves will remove all odor
ware with a large circular motion. from your refrigerator.
CHAPTER I "How much money have you in "North Beach" Sybil said care- I *
your purse?" Joan inquired, frown- lessly.
If you wish to serve your guests Thickening for
Arthur Mulford's secretary faced "North Beach? That's certainlynot individual cakes bake gravies or soups
ing."Two your cakein be
: or three dollars. And you?" a very good place for a ,girl to a loaf. When baked may made quickly by beating
mas cut it in equal
"I have this check from Mr.,Mul- be working nights!" frost them 'amounts of flour and water
squares, on four sides into
"You wanted to see me, Mr. Mul ford. That will pay the rent for ,"How do I look?" Joan asked. and decorate the tops with wal- egg-beater a'small, deep bowl with an .,
ford?" another month." Exasperated, Sybil stared at her. :luts. ture is formed.until a smooth mix-
The man surveyed the slender figure Sybil shivered and drew her quilt- Joan looked sophisticated, too sophisticated -
before him. ed satin robe closer. "What are we Sybil thought becauseat L:
"It's like this, Joan," he said de- going to do then?" heart Joan was just a kid. She

cisively, "I'll have to let you go." "You couldn't return the coat?" didn't' know anything about life, or,

Joan Leland stared at him in as- "No. It's been altered." about men.
tonishment. "You mean I'm fired?" "I'll 'start looking tomorrow," "Be careful, Jean! And come
Mulford shrugged. "That's it." Joan said resolutely. "Mr. Mulford'susually right home afterwards, will you?"

"But why? What have I done?" at the store until late. I'm "Of course! Stop treating me likea

He picked up a sheaf of papers going to telephone him and tell him child! I'll call you after the inter-
view if that will make feel
and reached for the telephone. I'll stop by the morning to get a ref- better., you any f
"I don't care to discuss it. You'll erence. I forgot all about it this
"I still don't understand why Mul n
receive your next two weeks' salary, afternoon. I was so upset. Pattern 237 contains
directions! for
ford fired without notice or rea set;
of but need not finish Sybil watched in silence Joan you .. Illustrations of it and
as stitches
course, you son," Sybil pondered. "And why .f-.:::.,::...:.._w.M., ; materials
out the month." dialed the number. needed. Send order to:
did he leave town, if that girl is tell-
"You mean this is my last day?" "This is Joan Leland. May I I ing the truth? By the way, what is ""
"Yes! That's all, Joan!" speak to Mr. Mulford?" she doing at the office at night?" 82 Sewing: Circle Needlecraft Dept.
Eighth Ave.
The late October sunshine flowedin There was a pause before a "I don't know. Of, course I workedat New York
pale golden ,streams across the strange feminine voice'replied, "I'm night once in a while. It's strange s. .: s Enclose 15 cents In coins for Pat

busy streets of San Francisco as I that 'he should start a new girl at tern No...........

Joan left the office for the apart- night. But an importing shop is a NameAddress................................

ment she shared with her sister. little different from a regular of- ;; ...:.......................... "
Fired! There was something almost fice." j

sinister about this abrupt dismissal. "I don't understand why he would

After'two', years on the job! hire another secretary so quickly. a .i. :
"Thank heaven, Sybil has a job!" Maybe she was lying."

Joan thought. "But why should she? And why \ \\
The apartment boasted a fireplaceand should Mr. Mulford try to avoidme 111 1'
long floor-length windows. It ?" i \\,\
was part of one of the old mansionsfor "wouldn't" know," Sybil admit j5j : .Jr' \) \ S.

which San Francisco is famous.A ted. "But I want you to be careful ?\\\,
regal building that had housedone tonight. : {

of the great families of the city, Joan, however, ,was not even \t )
now cast off by their grandchildren. thinking of her sister's warning att tt\ ..
and subdivided into studio apart- she stepped from the street car into -' :
k JI Tins '
garden must
ments. True, there was seldom the damp, foggy streets of North duce. It's important your to your family's pro ,
enough heat and the cooking facil- Beach. With mounting curiosity \ J health-to the nation's welfare! Your t 1
ities were inadequate, but the old she walked to ,the address given in I' \ q' : time is too valuable to gamble on infer ';
house reflected the charm and gra- the paper. rior seeds. '

ciousness of the past. "Why it's a night club!" she said Start right. Plant FERRY QUALITY ,

Joanglanced lovingly about the aloud as she paused under the long t ) SEEDS the because best possible they are results.bred to Over produce ,

room. The girls had used their furniture canopy that led to the street.A J ti 11 Z 65,000 tests are made annually to
left to them by their par- sign on the door informed the I maintain their quality. Buy them at I
ents. It was heavy, and rather old- passerby that the Club Elite wouldbe your local Ferry dealer's.

fashioned, but .it suited the high-' open for business the following a l 9I,1 ,J Send" for "Ferry's Victory Garden .f
Plan, free.
Complete plan and grow-
ceilinged room.A Saturday night. ing, directions for vegetable garden.
voice from the bedroom hailed Joan pushed the Write .
open heavy door 1' -. Dept. W4.FERRYMORSE f ,,
her. "Joan? That you?" and went in. She paused a moment \J; SEED CO.

"Why, Syb! What are ,you doing to accustom her eyes to the >> 1 DETROIT SAN FRANCISCO
home so early? I thought the beauty dim light. To the right she could

shop was staying open until seven see a large room filled with gilded
4hic rnnnth of. tables and chairs and a band stand Pattern 237. LEND FOR VICTORY
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Sybil appeared in the doorwayclad .....n.._ which seemed to crowd a small one or all of these Make Your Money Count;

in dressing gown and slippers, "After all, there's no harm in ap- dance floor.A CROCHET accessories for baby. They go Buy U. S. Defense Bonds
cigarette in hand. Her blonde hair plying for the job. something is ,man appeared suddenly out of quickly in Shetland Floss in this

curled meticulously; her blue eyes, wrong with it, I can tell when I go the shadows and surveyed her from lacy stitch. Be sure to put on

were a trifle hard. The two, girls down there." head to foot before he said. "Well, the cute tassels that will catcheveryone's Don't Blame Your Husband '1"\ .
seemed to have little in common in what do you want?" with f.
Use color
or temperament. Joan, sorry. That will be impossible. 'Mr. eye. if he'. *"dead tired"when he comes from
appearance Joan said uneasily, "I came aboutan white.
brunette restless Mulford left town an hour ago." work nnd hates going places. Mentalor
twenty, impul- ad that was in the paper for a
sive. Sybil, seven years older, gold- Joan gasped, "Left town? To- secretary." physical over-exertion occur,
| easily if appetite for necessary bodybuilding
en-haired, inclined to caution, espe- night?
He seemed
relieved. "Okay. Down' foods is absent. VINOL with
cially where men were'concerned.. "That's right. the hall. Second door to the left. I Coronation Finery Vitamin Bl and Iron helps promote
Sybil had been married and di- "Who is this "
speaking, please? The boss will talk to you." appetite. Druggists have VINOL.
vorced when she was twentyone.Since Joan inquired hotly."I Joan A..
following instructions
then she had been determinedto am his secretary," the voice opened the door into a large mod-, Catherine I of Russia, at her 1
save Joan from making the same informed her and the receiver coronation of 1724
ernistic office. A powerful built wore a crown
mistake. "Never trust man -
any clicked.
studded with
blond man stood before a filing cab- was 2,564 pre-
was Sybil's motto, but Joan did not "He's left town! And he's already I inet. He turned quickly as she cious stones and surmounted by a Pain goes quick, corns
take it too seriously, suspecting that en- speedily removed when
her sister's hired a new secretary! I tered."I ruby as large as a pigeon's egg. you use thin, soothing,
cynicism was coveringa "I told you there was something came about the job advertised Catherine II, at her coronation in cushioning Dr. SchoU's
broken heart. them
Zino-pads. I
funny about this! And how can you in the paper," she faltered.He 1762, wore a gown that had a train
"What day! Sybil said drearily -
a get a reference if he's not here? flashed her a quick smile from 225 feet long, which was carried
throwing herself upon the couch."I .
You've never worked for anyone steel-blue eyes.uWon't by 50 attendants. ). &
have some news for you, Sis. you sit
else. down?" His voice was tinged withan
"I have something to tell you, "
"That's what worries
me- accent. Joan saw a hard face
too, Joan said grimly. "I've lost Y
my job! Mr. Mulford gave me two "Let's eat," Sybil suggested. "I almost grim, yet amusement how

weeks' salary and told me not to can't think when I'm hungry." ered in his eyes. His lips seemednot AND LADY IF YOU BAKE AT HOME
come back!" "Cheerful night," Sybil commented to move as he spoke. The hand ,

Sybil sat 'up wide-eyed. "Oh, as they ate. that; indicated a chair was beautifully REMEMBER THE ONLY YEAST WITH
.Joan! No!" "I know!" Joan cried suddenly. : shaped, the fingers taper ,

"He wouldn't even give me a reason 'I'll look for a job in the want ads. ing and artistic. There was some- ALLTHESEVITAMINSIS
," Joan continued heatedly. "I Where's the paper?" thing strangely magnetic about this

can't understand it. ,I'm sure there Sybil indicated the small coffee, man. FLEI5CHMANN'S cC :
isn't anything wrong with my work. table. "I am Karl Miller. And you?" .. t

There's something very strange Joan seized the paper and turnedto "Joan Leland is my name. Until
about this, Syb! Mr. Mulford seemed the classified section. "I need a today: I have been employed by an I
positively anxious to get rid of me." job and I need it right now! Listento importing firm owned by Arthur 0

"But, Joan," Sybil interrupted, "I this. "Joan's voice rang with ex- Mulford." r
lost my job today too!" citement as she read, 'Competent i "Ah?" He opened a large silver
The girls stared at each other in secretary wanted. Willing to work i box and took out a cigarette. "I

alarm. nights. Apply after 9 p. m.' was in the importing business my

"The beauty shop is closing," "Wait," Sybil, said seriously, self, but the war stopped that. I .
Sybil said, breaking the silence. 'Why do they want you to work am now opening this night club. I
"This is my last week." nights? And why apply after 9 need a secretary to take care of th, w

"Well, of course we'll find some- p. m.?" office work.'.' os caw ti !" ,
thing else," Joan said, but her voice "What does it matter? A job's a "I'm sure you'll find me satisfao ;. t'
carried no conviction. "After all, job." tory, Mr. Miller."

we're both experienced. I'm sure Sybil stared at her in disapproval.'You're "You have references, of course?" Y
'Mr. Mulford will give me a refer- not serious?" Shej, hesitated. "No, Mr. Mulford *Per Cake: Vitamin A-2000 Units (Int.) Vitamin Bj- 150 Units (Int.:)
ence." Joan jumped up and ran into the was called out of town and I hav Vitamin D-400 Units (Int.) Vitamin G-40-30: Units (Sh. BOUT.) i

"Jobs aren't easy to get. ." bedroom. "I certainly am! I'm going been unable to reach him." All of these vitamins go right into your bread; they are not appreciably
"Don't be a pessimist, darling!" to apply for that job right now!" "If you are able to do the work, lost in the oven.Ask for Flaschmann's Fresh Yeast-with the yellow label.. :
I Joan advised. Sybil followed her. "You'll do hat: will be sufficient.. I want you
,i She tied a colored apron around nothing of the kind, Joan Leland! toIbe; here at night, but you won't :
her waist and went into the kitchen. We're not that hard up. Even if have to come until early afternoon. j jI

"There's nothing to worry about we were, I don't want you to work Two' hours off for dinner. The salary MERCHANTS
tonight. We've got enough money in nights." is,fifty dollars a week."

our account to last almost a month." Joan laughed recklessly as she Her eyes widened. "Fifty dollar I : '
Sybil's blue eyes were troubled.. ran a comb through the raven-black a. week?" YOUR' Advertising Donnan' .J
"Joan, that's just it! I checked that hair and touched a powder puff to His expression did not change a4 ; :
i money out yesterday to pay for a the; white skin. "You take everything he said, "Considering the unusual buys something more than space and circulation in

new coat. I thought we didn't need too seriously, Syb! After all, hours, I feel that a smaller salary the columns of' this newspaper. It buys space and .I
i it and I was going to pay it back a there's no harm in applying for the would not be fair recompense." circulation plus the favorable consideration of our
i little each month. There's not a job. If something is wrong with it, "I understand. When do you want '
.cent left in that account." I! can tell when I go down there." me to start?" readers for this newspaper and its advertising patrons.

Night had fallen with a sudden- Sybil was unconvinced. don't "Two o'clock tomorrow."

ness which filled the apartment witha like the sound of it," she insisted Joan rose to go., LET US TELL YOU MORE ABOUT IT a,{

strange new silence. stubbornly. "What's the address?" (TO BE CONTINUED)


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has been somewhat "diffi- He-I never knew love was like :'

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geous fighter-and it sometimes She-Neither did I. I thought 1
I pays best not to be too regimental. ? PETER there were more chocolates and J Jflowers
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up a story one
dark night in France during the B. t / .
]last'war when a doughboy stopped The peak of embarrassment is S
an officer and asked -for a cigarette PEEVE reached when two eyes meet

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the officer, and gasped: "General i) /
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..f t been a second lieutenant." 4i pWNU I know her so well that we don't
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Do You Like Jingle Contests?
Raleigh Cigarettes are now run-
M.4. UB TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT ning another series of weekly contests -
; for those who can su: P ply the
Both Are Helped }\ best last line to a jingle. Over 100
liberal prizes each week. Watch \
It is one of the beautiful com r
pensations of life that no man can: ." this paper for details.-Adv.
sincerely try to help another with-
out helping himself.-Bailey. PUT ONT ;


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District Scout MeetingTo Receive Service Pins Red Cross Expects Wool local board of trustees having been appreciate constructive representation and will h'
chosen from Clewiston. The judges your consideration of my
candidacy on May 5th..
For Red Cross WorkThe For Army Sweaters will meet two hours ahead of the ELBERT L. STEWART. .
In LaBelleThe J'
Be tourney to go over the list of words. (Paid Political Adv.) _

.....--- The school here is planning the

meeting of the several com local Red Cross chapter has Mrs. F.' Deane Duff, production- purchase of loudspeaking equipment FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
'mStteemen of the Glades-Hendry awarded service pins to four Clew- chairman of the local Red Cross which it is hoped will be on hand DISTRICT NO. 1

Boy Scout district and the monthly iston residents since the last list chapter, has been notified that 25 for that night. Miss Mary Neely, This will

board of review which had been was published. These pins are pounds of wool has been shippedto Clewiston English instructor, will for the office announce of County my Commissioner candidacy-

;announced previously to be held in given for the completion of 100 the production room ,to be usedin be the announcer and words will from District No. i. .

Felda will be held instead next or more hours of recognized Red making 40 I sleeveless sweatersfor be chosen largely from the Hsl In During Clewiston my eleven and constant years residence contact ;).

Tuesday: night at five o'clock in Cross produetion-sewing or knit- the army.It printed daily in ,the Miami Herald with its people I believe that I am
as familiar
problems of the lr
JLaBelle.: ting. is expected that the wool will which sponsors the district tourna- district and county as anyone in the "

'The board of review will be held Receiving the pins recently were be 'available' for distribution Mon- menU The district winner goes to I liicnan2 promise that If elected,

: l live o'clocks followed by a barbe- Mrs. Dean B. Bogart, :Mrs. A. H. ay.' Washington to compete with spell the 8hay office with fairness the and business honesty.of

., 'cue supper for which everyone; will King, Mrs. A. R., Brink and l\ rs. ers from schools all over the nation. Your appreciated.vote on :May 5th will .be sincerely .

furnish his own meat. Following Jack Schopenhauer. Local School To Have. PARKER T. WILSON.
the supper the district committee- : PICTURES FORHigh .AX\'UATJ (Paid Political Adv)

3nen will hold an important meeting -
Beardsley Speaker TournamentThe
and all of them are urged :to Spelling school students are nqw !

be present.The being photographed for the school ,
At Kiwanis ClubJ.
meeting has been called by tournament this annual, work upon which will be I
spelling THERE
W. C. Owen, council commissioner. year, at which some pupil of I I started soon. This is. the last terman IS CONSIDER- f
to'' annual will be published for ABLE ACTIVITY IN : -4
E. Beardsley made a brief county schools will be chosen
the duration of the war. Only ,
{Cattlemen Here To talk at the regular weekly meetingof represent the county at. the, district
seventy-five being and
are printed Clewiston
the Kiwanis Club Wednesday spelling bee in Miami, will be held '
they will sell for 125.. Reservations -
Visit Fattening Pens night 'in which he explained the this year in Clewiston, it was announced -
: I can be made now to avoid
third selective service registrationand this week by Prof. R.V. Estate
.. disappointment later.
.---' I the draft lottery held this Turk. This county-wide tourna-

A group of some fifty cattlemen, week. ment will be held on April 24.

Agricultural and marketing officials, Next Wednesday night will be Prior to that time the various ./ .
and other interested POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS r'r'
xrounty agents I I shown a film on how to handle schools will have elimination tourna- .
'some' time here on
persons, spent 'incendiary bombs which is being ments to choose the best spellers I
of last week in-
afternoon I
(shown also at the high school to all from each school for the county NOW
'specting the cattle fattening project I defense groups on Thursday night contest. This is open only to eighth I \
of the United States Sugar'Corporation. IS THE TIME TO BUY
:with the compliments of the Kiwanis grade students and those in grades FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT :: .
Club. beneath. XO. 1 THAT LOT YOU HAVE I
The group came here from I
is the Each school board district will I BEEN THINKING ABOUT;
Moore Haven where they had attended The club :paying expensesfor I This will announce my candidacyfor
a field day at the Lyons a tonsillectomy for an under- select one judge for the tournament, re-election to the office of county:

?Srsyck 'Farm to view the results' of privileged child this week. Carl Johnson, a member of the commissioner the will of, District the voters No.in 1,the subjectto May CLEWISTON IS NOW A

'ensilage feeding. They were met Lee Smith and Hamlin R. Brown, Primaries. DEFENSE AREA
I am now serving my first term as
"by S. 'L. Crochet of the United both from the Agricultural Extension TIII3TWEUFTH commissioner of this district .and invite -
States-,Sugar' Corporation who con Service of the University of IN THH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL'COURT CIRCUIT OF OF the public to make a close inspection -
of record as a board BUILDING WILLINCREASE
ducted them here and explainedthe Florida were visiting Kiwaniansthis Tim STATE OF FLORIDA IN ANDFOR member during this time.
experimental program. week.Building. IIENDRY COUXTY. Your support 'and vote will be ap y
Among those attending were H. G. E. ETHERTON.Paid .
'L. 'Tjfewis, livestock specialist of the Addition NO. 934 ( Political Adv.).
INC., a
''St Marketing Bureau; A. P. corporation, \

'Spencer, vice-director of extension Has Been CompletedThe vs.MORRIS. Plaintiff, FRIENDS; AXD VOTERS OF

*service; "Dr. Bair, agronomist from SELCOW and MRS. MORRIS IinXDRY COUXTY

the Belle Glade experiment station SELCOW, his wife, the unknown heirs, CLEWISTON REALTY
devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors, I announce my candidacy for reelection .1
: ; R. W. Kidder, Belle Glade addition to the rear of the creditors, trustees or other claimants to the office of State Rep-
'experiment station; Dr. Kirk of building in which is located the by through, under or against Morris resentative from Hendry County witt
Selcow, and Mrs. .Morris Selcow, his full ,knowledge of the duties Involvedand t and DEVELOPMENT
the range cattle experimental. station Clewiston Appliance and Furniture wife, who are not known to be dead or with the belief that experipnct
at Ona; A. R. Howard, A.C.L. Store has been completed, and the alive, etc., et al., gained in previous service qualifies
"livestock Dr. Reiser furniture is being moved this week Defendants. me to perform such duties to th CORPORATION t
agent; poultry NOTICE OF :MASTER'S SALE benefit of Hendry County and thE l
and dairy products specialist of from the old post-office building Into NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that State of Florida at large.I .
under and by virtue of and pursuantto pledge a continuation of 'sound,, .....
'Gainesville, and S. M. Boudette, the new addition. a Final Decree of Foreclosure and
:FSA official of West Palm Beach. The addition is constructed Sale made and entered in the above .
I ,
entitled cause on the 13th day of
similarly to the main building ex-! March, A. D. 1942 the undersigned Y
IS NOW A CITIZEN cept that the south wall is of temporary Master named therein will, between
and during the legal hours of sale
construction of sheet metal on :Monday April 6th, 1942, in frontof
A. Tonlls, local restaurant oper'and The remainder is of concrete block the West door of the County Court
''t01' a native of Greece receiv- construction. House of Hendry County Florida, Florida offer, for in
the City of LaBelle _/TalluIffE.:1(
atl his final naturalization papers sale and sell at public outcry to the ..
= highest and best bidder for cash in (
"an West Palm, Beach Wednesday
GARDEX .CLUB TO MEET hand, that certain piece, parcel or
'.'morning thus becoming a full" '.----- tract of land,mentioned and describedin
citizen of the United States.E said Final Decree and more par-
The Garden Club will meet at ticularly described as follows, to-wit
M. Cornette ,and G. H. Small ac- three o'clock next Thursday, March Section lr Township 46 South, i
Range 33 East, Hendry County, 1
companied him to West Palm Beachas d
26, at the Community Center.. Mrs. Florida.
witnesses. .E. C. Mills is. in charge of the pro- Said lands to be sold in accordance
'with the provisions of and to satisfy
gram. Dan Padgett will be guest said Final Decree.

STEPHENS TO BLAXDIXG speaker on the topic, Defense Gar- H. A. RIDER, '
As Special Master in Chancery.
r- dens. Mar. 20, 27, April 3, 1942.
Joe .Stephens, van employee in the r '
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general offices of the United States )/ t
.Sugar Corporation. left last week ; :.NNNNNNNN:'::':":":':":":":":":":":":":":HNNM:N:..NNNNN:NNMNNNNNNNHNNNHMNK
:for Camp Blandirig for induction ,

'Into the U. S. Army He had previously I ? "".- .. .
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been called but rejected Jj '" i
for minor physical disabilities. He

---was accompanied by George Elmer h ( '
-Anderson of LaBelle. /(tae in frI 4 I

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