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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 27, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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TOLUME 13-NUMBER 19 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR



1:: RULES GOVERNING l Band Concert To Be STUDIES ARE MADE Big Crowds AttendingFirst COMMISSION TO OPEN


Held At Auditorium Baptist MeetingsRev.

: AUDITORIUM USE FOR NEW HOSPITALAS BIDS FOR REVENUE

The United States Sugar Cor- D. O. Alderman is conducting -

GIVEN BY U.S.S.CRules poration Band will give a concert PROPOSED HEREStudies I a splendid series of meetings CERTIFICATES APR. 1
: next Thursday night at the Sugar- at the First Baptist Church, and

land Park Auditorium to which the steadily increasing crowds testify -
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employees of the corporation are being made for the to the fact .that Clewiston is
and regulations governingthe are The city commission will meetat
invited ,and each is being given the finding these meetings most worth-
for
use of the Sugarland Park Auditorium proposed general hospital the city hall next Wednesday
have been made up after privilege, of bringing a guest. Clewiston and concerted efforts are while. The morning services are
held from afternoon at three o'clock for the
9:30 to 10:30.
(considerable effort in order that The following program is an- being made to secure support for :,

the new .recreation, center may be nounced by Prof. F. G. Sturchio, the project by the United States On the coming Sunday, March purpose of opening sealed bids for

used by the greatest number pos director: Sugar Corporation which agreed to 29, the hours of the Sunday evening purchase of $175,000 principal

I / .sible. 1\larch-El Capitan, Sousa. stand their share or more of the services at. the church will be amount of 4 per cent, electric and

., The auditorium was designed and "Everglades Sugar March," com- cost' of such a facility. changed and the change will holdpermanent water revenue certificates, the .proceeds -

;. .built for the entertainment of whiteR posed and arranged by Prof. F. 'G. The corporation has gone so far through the summer
from which will be used to
employees of the corporation and Sturchio, and dedicated to United as to hire an architect, to draw up months. The Training Union will

the members of their families .and' States Sugar Corporation., plans and sketch of a structure meet at 7:15; and the. evening services purchase ,the existing utilities by

they will receive first consideration Waltz Intermezzo-NAN, Fulton. which would provide thorough and will begin; 'at 8:30. Morning the ,city from the Glades Water

l,' ;' when any entertainment is planned. March-Military Escort,. Bennett. well-equipped facilities for the services will not be changed. Company and' the Glades Power and

'. .However, it is not wished to. exclude I Selections of Best Loved Southern community and surrounding area. Rev. Alderman's subject for Sun- Light Company.
,
-- the general public from all fun I Melodies, Hayes. The building is designed as a day morning's sermon will be The certificates, are dated January -
one-story structure, basically Colonial "Spiritual Restora ion" and in the
,
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: 'ctions and arrangements are .being 1\larch-Concord, Bennett. 1, this year, and mature
made have present whenever with modern treatment. Two evening his subject will be "Why: --
. 'f" : to guests' Overture-The Bondman, Noel. serially over a period of twenty-
., :" ,a ;: it is possible. So far guests Cornet Solo-Sans Souci, Gold- long wings would Join the main Men in Clewiston Go To Hell." five years. All bids are requiredto

',:' :are only to be allowed at concerts: man, (Mr. Alfred Sturchio with puilding > at, a slight angle and if The morning revival services are specify an' amount in additionto

;. and at dances where younger employees piano accompaniment.) constructed would be another built around ,the Christian life and accrued interest on the cer-

: T are permitted to bring their 1\larch-Side by Side.-Klohr. architectural triumph for Clewiston. deal with the problems which tificates. ,-

dates. ,: National Anthem. Christians meet and must solve in
Only $125,000 of the proceeds
Several local people and clubs llliug their place in the world.
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The bowling alley is completed I from the sale will be used for the
but a couple of days will be needled District Meeting of have expressed a desire to see the purchase of the utilities, $50,000
hospital constructed since It
: for the surface to harden before new Fire Department being reserved for reconstructing,

< they are ready for play. The Boy Scouts Is was proposed a few weeks ago by I extending, enlarging or improving I

:' .'- first matches are expected to be Clarence R. Bitting, president of To Sponsor Dance the system, including such 'costs
the United States
: :held night. Sugar Corporation since December 9 of last
;:/,. Tuesday r Held In LaBelle year.
but more tangible support is
. ,,:,,-'';. ;': The following rules govern the necessary for .its construction. At AuditoriumThe The certificates are: payable, bothas
,> '""use of the buildings: to principal and interest, solely

;;', r '; .1. Only those white employeeson The meeting 'of committeemen of from the revenues derived 'from '
Clewiston Volunteer Fire the of the utilities and
: operation
the active roll of United
.: : pay the Glades-Hendry Boy' Scout district -
,.r" .. .States Sugar Corporation are entitled following the monthly courtof DRAINAGE DISTRICT Department is sponsoring a danceto I are secured by alien on such revenues -

to full membership. review and barbecue in LaBelle be held at the High School Au-I without pledging the creditor

.: 2. Wives of husbands of United Tuesday evening 'was well attendedand ditorium next Saturday night from taxing power of the city to suchpayment.
REFUNDING POPULAR 9:00 to 2:00 for the 'of .
:States Sugar Corporation employees a number of matters of interest purpose _
. r= ,-will be entitled to full auxiliary were discussed. raising funds for the purchase' of an In the legal notice, elsewhere in

:membership. inhalator or pulmotor which is this issue, of the sale of certificates,
3. Unmarried children of. United The committee chairman, W. C.' WITH. TAXPAYERSAt badly needed for community use. it is stated that the electric and
Owen the active of -
. States Sugar Corporation employees 'urged support Music for dancing will be furnished waterworks, system were appraisedin
member of the committee
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between the ages of 6 and every by Charlie 'Rowan's eight-piece 1939 at a value of $173,451 and
i 18, will be entitled to full junior and urged them not to overlook the the meeting of the board of orchestra .of West Palm Beach and improvements to the system' since .

membership. Those' unmarried fact that the Scoutmaster could supervisors Everglades. Drainage tickets are now on sale at $1.50 that time amount to some $15,000A
not do the entire in
r .members of an employees family job keeping a District held last Friday, ,morningat each. They may procured from tabulation of gross revenues for
active. He asked them to
between the ages ,of 19 and '21 will troop the Clewiston Inn ten- any of the ,members of the fire department the past five fiscal years shows
a report
adhere 'to the which had
be admitted to the: Center as guests. program .- No articles will be that for the year ending June 30,
a: been adopted and to give liberallyof dered by the treasurer, K. 1\I.
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4. The dates "of single employees raffled during the dance. 1937 there were 252 customers
... ..... their .time to Spout. work. Throop of Miami: disclosed that the .,
: .M '':hilt, be :admi tCxT to4jllregularly The need' for ,,tfnn :inhalator or ? id the. "er-en vswere $37,826.79;
.
''scheduled activities. except. those' The ,Bok.. Tower' camporee for refunding program instituted by the pulmotor for use drowning or I in the year 'ending June 30, 1938, :

w specified 'asr being for employees April 9 and 10 was discussed. and .district is proving very popular and electrical shock is imperative and there were 330 customers paying

3 only. also summer activities and the I that landowners are coming forward although Clewiston is' more fortunate $45,466.62; the' following year,

'5. Under the present schedule, working into this program of the I to pay compromised, back taxesas than most lake communities 1939, there were 382 customers

'a guests will be, admitted to band special council program for 'acti- well as current taxes and that the in having one at the office of the paying $50,630.40; in 1940- 448

''T. concerts and to such special pro- vities in preparedness. The "Bap t district is now in better shape> financially U. S. Engineers there" should' be one paying $54,711.85 and in' 1941 460

tist minister of Felda stated that than in many years. available. It 1s '
'' grams as the Committee pass as even more quickly paid $58,491.17. '
, open 'to guests.. he would take action to make the The report shows that In a little believed that this will .induce most This constant increase in the

; ; y 6.. Full membership entitles em- Felda troop more, active and replace more than eight months since! the I citizens, to attend or to, buy tickets growth and development of the

; 'Y ployees and members of their families members of the committee who plan was. put into operation that for the firemen's dance community as indicated by the? increase -

having auxiliary: or junior memberships I had moved away. He felt that a $419,255.20 has been paid in com each year of the number, of

:: '' to all regular :and special suitable scoutmaster could- be se- promise taxes as of February 1 and Charlie Benson And patrons and the gross revenues will

w. -i:' .:: activities. cured. more than $11,000 since, that time. show up much greater for the year

7. The Recreation Center is open First aid merit' badges were Gross collections on the 1941 roll Navy Cruiser Will I ending June 30 of 1942 because of,

; : daily, except Sunday and Monday, awarded by the court of: review to amount to about $179,000. This is the great number of new homes

i from 1:30 'P. M. to 6 P. 'M. and Roy Lundy and Kenneth Farnamof even better collection than the most Visit In Clewiston now under construction here..

:2 (Continued on Pace 8)) Moore Haven and to David optimistic had anticipated. Further evidence of the community -

--1 ',J Thomas of Clewiston. Thomas also The board gave an option to H. growth is given in a tabulationof

'i i /,, : Wallace Tervin Spoke I I got, badges' for cooking and T. Holloway to purchase the district I A Navy Recruiting Cruiser, whose I building permits for ,the past
, firemanship and Lundy and Farnamin t dredge Panama, now: tied up at Fort personnel will include Yeoman five calendar years as follows:

;1 t," .' 'Here In Behalf of His ] another 'subject. Lauderdale and issued several per- Charles W. Benson, will drop 1937, 15 permits for $55,800; 1938,

. The next meeting will be held mits for canal crossings. They also anchor here 'in Clewiston on either 21 permits for $188,150.00; 1939,

v : Moore discussed the recent hearing on Yeoman Benson 38 permits for $70,700.00; 1940,
J :. in Haven on April 28. Saturday or Sunday.
Candidacy Tuesday
: -' .,/ : Committeemen attending the the refunding before Judge Wallerin is a member of the staff of 34 permits ,for 242975.00 and

meeting were R. M., Harris, A. M. federal district court. The the Tampa Recruiting Office; he 1941, 28 permits for $83,450.00

'.. ', Wallace Tervin, of Bradenton, Glisson, R. N. Miller of LaBelle, J. master's report was favorable and is Scoutmaster of the local Boy Sixty-five building permits aggregating -

"::- ,,' .. :candidate for the office of Congress- M. Couse, Moore Haven, W. C.: Judge Waller is expected to upholdthe Scout troop,' having been given $272,600.00 have been

;i, V-. Tnan-at-Large, was the first candi- Owen and G. H. Small of Clewis- refunding plan. leave from 'that office when he en- issued to date in 1942.,

,;- date of the current political l cam- ton. Scoutmasters John Moore of Following the meeting the board listed in the U. S., Navy. in December Taxes assessed for the years :1936to

, paign to speak in Clewiston ad- Moore Haven, J. H. Wilson of members, went to Belle Glade where 1940 upon all city property

dressing a sizeable group on the Clewiston and L. W. Turner of they saw demonstrated, the hyacinth The Cruiser is a-trailer sent out amounted to $16,178.11 $17,083.37 .-

;,:. street here Tuesday afternoon. LaBelle were present as was as- cutter of the U. S. Engineers by by the United States Navy It is $18,925.86, $17,793.04- and
? Mr.; Tervin, who has, served two sistant executive John Shutt, of W. ''C. Nail and it is expected thata a complete Recruiting ,Office on $17,883.67 and tax collections have

: ... ,'l:, : terms as state representative and Fort Myers.Kiwanians. similar machine will soon be con- wheels, and will be manned by a been better than 98.5 per cent each

'; ,one term as state senator. from his i structed by the board to keep district capable crew of Chief Petty Of- year.The
J utilities
the
of was
purchase
:1 district, is now practicing law in I canals clean. ficers of long service in many
Enjoy Film favored three to one by the free-
"Bradenton and isthe only West -Attending the jneeting were branches of the Navy: Chief Quartermaster -
k board'members M. R. Tennant of Andrews Chief holders of the community in an
Coast candidate in the four-way L. R. ,
; V race for the new congressionalseat. At Meeting Wednesday Miami, Geo. Chalker and Earl Mc- Machinists Mate, C. A. Kingery and election held several weeks ago and

'., Daniel of West Palm Beach and J. Chief Electricians Mate, K. C. Hen- within, a short time it is probable:;

' ; Mr. Tervin first explained that E. Beardsley of' Clewiston; M. dricks and Yeoman Benson. The that the city will take over their
The' Kiwanis Club, at their weekly .
V the people of Florida were electIng Lewis Hall,. attorney to the boardof Petty Officers are men who have I operation.. ., .
meeting Wednesday night
, .. a Congressman-at-Large because en- Miami and K. M. Throop, of Miami had wide experience with the Navy
joyed the showing of two films
, .' K: the 1940 census snowed that I treasurer. and will be able to answer any Community' Church
which took up most of the time at
; the state was entitled to another question relating to service in H.I .
the meeting but also heard a brief
representative and the legislature report on the meeting in West May 1st Is Deadline I Any person inquiring for information Meeting On Sunday
' J' tailed to create a ne v district. In relative to enlisting will find
Palm Beach at which the Presidentof
; ", the race against him are Lex Kiwanis For County Taxes these men ready and willing to be
International
CharlesS. meeting of the
congregational
A
(Green of Stark,. veteran legislator of every assistance possible. Par-
Donley, was present and madea community church will be held at
., .' of that district, State Senator H. County Tax Collector R. N. ents of possible recruits are par
talk.
'n; 13. Overstreet of Miami and Barney Miller said thedeadline for pay- ticularly invited to visit the Cruiser the church Sunday evening at seven

:,. J. Cohen, an auditor of the The first film shown was of the ment of all 'county taxes had been and talk with the officers. o'clock at which time reports will
... attack by the U. S. Navy on Marshall be given by all of the church organizations -
office of Or-
: State Comptroller's extended from April 1st to May 1st
Island and' other Japanese and officers will be
Collected
;: lando. by order of Governor Holland. Scouts
mandated islands several for the ensuing All
weeks year.
elected
: Tervin stated that he would favor ago.
.V- : Miller said that after May 1sta
This was followed by a film, "Con- Waste Paper: in City members and friends of the churchare
:
reasonable for
J : every war industry penalty of 10 percenton per-
trol of the Fire Bomb" which invited to attend.
cordially
Zi :" the state of.Florida. ;, would" work sonal property taxes and 1 % per-
";/ for a revision: of the sugar act to' showed very realistically the effect cent on real estate would be addedto Members of the Boy Scout troop The pulpit will be filled Sunday
'- of all types of incendiary collection of morning by Rev. Garrett Blair of
,
? give this industry its rightful place; unpaid county tax bills. made their scheduled
bombs and the methods t.o for the' second time, those
'I. proper of waste paper on Monday but had Miami
investigation
4 d would urge congressional Miller declared he had mailed
combatting them. 'This is of- because of who heard him on March & being
'; ': of rubber production in an. statements to tax payers last week skip Tuesday afternoon I
:: ..... Florida; will support the Wage and ficial film of the Civilian Defense advising of the penalty and that it the district meeting in LaBelle and very favorably impressed.
Council and was most interesting. finished the job up on Wednesday. Rev. John N. Montgomery of Miami -
':
Hour Act and uphold the gains was affixed as of April 1st; but
and educational. has the pastorate of
estimated accepted
Scoutmaster J. H. Wilson
made by labor; will advocate liberal that was before the telegram came '
j old age pensions paid solely by Those reporting on the .West from Governor Holland. that the boys had close to three the church- and 'will arrive here

the 'federal government and urge Palm Beach meeting were A. W.' tons of paper which hasbeen placed -, next week to take over his duties.

.4l changes in the discriminatory. Lawrence, R. M. Bishop, J. F. Tip- in the Scout house and will be He is a bachelor so the house

:' freight rates. pey and W M. Martin who had at- to use their entire energies to the' baled at the sugar house throughthe which has been ..rented as a manse.

''1 Tervin: *Is a ..native: of Florida, a tended the meeting. Kiwanis program which "for courtesy of H. T. Vaughn. It Is not now needed. Rev. Mont

graduate of Florida University and In his address to the 'group of twenty-five years has been the very will then be sold to reputable dealers gomery will reside in an apartmentat
the W. E. Bolton home.
is a World., War veteran. Kiwanians Mr. Donley urged them backbone of civilian morale." in West Palm Beach.



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fear itself, not the objectof
who Jhatever dul1ne.:;,.
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overcome his own terror is a brmgs s, "
hero and more.-George Mac- I '
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Donald. writing books
Virtue is not left to stand TI
alone. He who practices it will 1c ry&'t just srne r joy ors '"
have neighbors.-Confucius. 4111L :- B. c.omm OY'I')

For right is right, since God is God, PEEVE "things. ( (*
And right the day must win; Rn'c.AHnWNU' ( }
To doubt would be disloyalty, 'b:
To falter would.be
sin.F.. W. Faber.A .

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girls: "Forty-four, no, eightyeightcents
that's for my ticket and
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r Uranium is an element one mil brothers, in appearancevery i A NO TIlER information on various subjects !

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Scientists tered at school. hhhhMMMMMMhhhMhfMh hM j hMhhMMMhhhhhhMMMMM/+'
tell us that the energy
contained in one' ounce will boil a MGESCREEN 1 "Are you two twins?" asked the The Questions The Answers
thousand tons of water, and they teacher, smiling at the boys.

are trying to liberate the energy By VIRGINIA VALE "No, ma'am, we're not," replied 1.. In what state in the United 1. There is a Thames river in
: l stored in uranium so that we may (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) the lads in unison. States is there a Thames river? the state of Connecticut.
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have a cheaper form of power "You certainly look alike," re- 2. What is a hobble-de-hoy? 2. A lad between boyhood and

k' than ever before. of the most importantfilms turned the schoolmarm. 3. From 'what source comes the manood; an inexperienced, awk-
Pure uranium is so deadly that ever made in this ,Then as the brothers filled in expression, "Something is rottenin ward youth
p it has caused the decompositionof their forms, the teacher noted that Denmark"?
country will be released 3. "Hamlet" (Act I, scene IV).
nitrogen oxide when exposed to to motion picture they gave the same birthday. 4. What is a chanson? 4. A,song.
it at a considerable distance. The, shortly 5. How
houses the nation.It "But you said you weren't twins, many hands-.high is a 5. Fifteen hands (a hand is four
disintegrating effect human throughout horse that is five feet
upon yet you have the same birthday?" tall, inches).
::: i tissue is even greater, so all ex- is "Hidden Hunger," star-; she queried. 6. Ascorbic acid better, knownas 6. Vitamin C.

periments must be conducted with ring Walter Brennan, presented "That's right, we aren't twins," what? 7. It falls on the first Sunday
great caution, and for safety, by V the Federal Security replied one, "we're what's here of 7. How do we determine the after the first full moon after the
minute quantities of diluted
ura- ,
nium are used. Agency as part' of the National triplets." date of Easter Sunday? 21st of March.

Nutrition Program.: A, sim-
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ple story of better eating for sound

health, it's not just a picture witha
S'JOSIPH AS PURE message; it has a ,lively and

AZMONET CAN BUY amusing plot, it's highly entertaining -
'excellent, two-reel produc- SMOKE LEIG [

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If You Bake at Home of her current Columbia film, "Highly -

We have prepared, and will send Irregular"; she's organized 65 8l
absolutely free to you a yeast elderly ladies into a group to knit "i IIEDEEMAILI. *
recipe book full of such grand and sew for men in the service. The nalts
I recipes as Oven Scones, Cheese gossip's modern, Hollywood variety! HERE IS an outstanding blend of 31

Puffs, Honey' Pecan Buns, Coffee --; alci' selected grades of choice Turkish and
; Cakes and Rolls. Just drop a card thinks his .
William Lundigan lucky
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Domestic tobaccos-made from the
'j' with your name and address to more
.. breaks began when he left Syracuse
: Standard Brands Inc., 691 Washington colored leaves
university in his second year there' expensive, more golden
''S 1: St., New York City.-Adv.
c. '_ to take a job in a radio station. An that bring top prices at the great tobacco ..
.. RKO 1 executive whom he inter-
viewed on the air told'him he ought'to sales. This finer quality gives you a milder -

:, ,'c. O IF YOUR NOSE be in pictures! ; when a NewWILLIAM finer-tasting smoke, yet Raleighs cost

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3-PURPOSE good,news If v UNION MADE PLAIN OR CORK TIPSGET
MEDICINE your nose "closes I ;*

makes breathing difficult tonight, put 3-pur and
pose Vicks Va-tro-nol up each nostril.
Va-tro-nol does 3 Important things.
.. It (1) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) THEVU FREE
soothes irritation (3) relieves transient
nasal congestion. It brings more Y%' ,
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comfort, makes breathing easier, thus L.
Invites sleep...And remember,It helps,
prevent many .
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folder, VA.IROHOL ,

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LUNDIGANYork THERE'S_ VALUABLE COUPON on the back of every pack of Raleighs. -, ,",

DON'T LET in the U. S. A. for choice of beautiful and :
friend fixed up a test for Uni- Coupons are good your many ::

: CONSTIPATIONSLOW versal, he just'had to stand and talkas I practical premiums. Write for the catalog that describes them. ;:;
he did for radio. He made pictures ,
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: YOU UP for Universal and Warner :

'.: When bowels are sluggish and you feel, Bros., then was signed by Metro- =--= '.
,Eris' irritable, headachy and everything you and had the luck to land in the star-
do is an effort, do as millions do-chew .
series r..uu KN
V.c FEEN-A-MINT, the modern chewinggum making "Andy Hardy" as a var. 'JJ
laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A- the new boy friend of Andy's sisterin 9 S UNITED STATE! q I 0' 0 I '.,
MINT before you go to bed-sleep with "The Courtship of Andy Hardy." S lAYlNCS BOND! ,K K d:/
out being disturbed-next morning gentle, 'I.'
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thorough relief, helping you feel swell
Jean Arthur in with
was a scene ,
t again, full of your normal pep. Try "
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy Ronald Colman and Cary Grant for 1 / *l=s Defense Savings Stamps jj .::
and economical.A generous family supply "Three's a Crowd"; three soldiers may now be obtained through "
only Brown & Williamson. Send 133 ..
;. .' FEEN.A.MINTcoi who'd been watching rehearsals had Table Clock guaranteed by Raleigh coupons for each dollar Zlppo ocketlghter of satin '
$ just, left. Suddenly an. overhead Hammond. Rare wood panel. etamp. Defense Stamp Album, chromium.,Wind guard. Plain '.s
,. ". 'spider"-a multiple electric switch ll :-v. AC only.7 inches high. shown above free on request or three-initial monogram. :
box-blew out showering them with ;
V Result of, Deeds sparks. Jean promptly scuttled -:;:
Fame is the perfume of heroic away. "Where you going?" shouted ;
1 deeds.-Socrates. Director George Stevens. "After 1 ;

those soldiers," she ''replied, "to put ,// 1 II, I tf1l11 r II'
out the bomb!" I(1(1 .
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.VVIVt Lucille Norman, blonde and 19, .
went east to go west. She left

Steele, City, Neb., to win a place as ,I
Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof radio singer over a Cincinnati station 4
Harmful Body Waste while trying out there for the Tllt-top:Table.Matched butPen and Pencil Set.Balonced Clothes Hamper with PearlPyterfiywalnutcenter.Walnut :
Your kidneys are constantly filtering Metropolitan Opera auditions she andstreamlined.Smartpearl ralin lid. Airy. Removable ,;4,
} waste matter from the blood stream.But borders. Marquetry inlay. and black striped effect. laundry bag liner.
kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot was spotted by a movie talent scout, : ''t
act impurities as Nature that Intended-fail, if retained,to may remove and now she's in Hollywood. B & W coupons are also packed with Kool Cigarettes ." :

poison body machinery.the system and upset the whole TUNE IN Red Skelton and Ozzie Nelson every Tuesday night,-NBC Red Network '/ :,'
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1 Johnny Johnston, singing '
Symptoms may be nagging backache; young omr ma 0 "
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness\ guitarist of radio fame, was pickedby -: :
getting up nights swelling, puffiness Paramount for role
, under the eyes- a feeling of nervous a co-starring a
anxiety and loss of pep and strength. with Ellen Drew in "Priorities of -
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
1942. it's musical film with
aro sometimes burning, scanty or ; a the
too frequent urination. activities of aircraft plant workers,
4. There should be no doubt that prompt
treatment is wiser than neglect. Use for its story background. 1
Doan't Pills.Doan't have been winningnew -w----"4.-
friends for more than forty years.
They have a nation-wide reputation.Are Recently before "Henry Aldrich"went "
recommended by grateful people the on the air a petition was circulated -

country over. Ask your neighbor backstage.asking Just the before right the to smoke broad- WRITE A LAST LINE TO THIS JINGLE "I.wwv .

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cast it. was slipped into "Mr. Al-

drich's" script for safekeeping, and I IIt's .
he very nearly read it over the HERE'S WHAT.; YOU DO HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN

WNU-7 12-42 mike. ; 1 ample.It's fun.Just think upIRaleigh is the brand to get! You have 133 chances to win. If = ._'
-- a last line to this jingle.Make sure. you send in more than one entry, :
J ;'111I Note for baseball fans: The 1 it rhymes with the word "save." Mild and tasty you can bet! your chances of winning will'be a
Brooklyn Dodgers didn't want that Writ your last line of tho that much better. Don't delay. a
picture about, them to be called jingle on,the reverse lido of a And the coupons help you save Start thinking right now. I ",
WATCH "Them Lovely Bums," so remem- 1 Raleigh package wrapper (or 'a rr II
:" ber that it will be offered to the 1 facsimile thereof), sign it with - - First prize $100.00 cash II ':

public as "It Happened in Flatbush" 1 your full name and address, and Second prize 50.00 cash I
I Y"IlIil! it to Brown & Williamson originality and aptness of the lino you write. I
: 'V tf"e S unless' somebody thinks up a better 0 Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box 1799, Judges' decisions must bo accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash I
title. Louisville, Kentucky postmarked In case of ties, duplicate prizes will be '
'" I 5 prizes of $10.00 50.00 cash I
--; not later than midnight, awarded. Winners will bo notified by mail. -
You Youcandependontlie Just before the war department April 4, 1942. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 .125.00 cash III' *
cial sales the merchants of forbade the use of rubber latex I! You may enter as many last Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp:, their 100 prizes of a carton
Paramount got under the wire i lines as you wish, if they ore all advertising agents, or their families). All I
soyou'll
: "s our town announce in thecolunlnsofthispaper.They three-foot latex balloonas 1 writtenonseparnteRaleighpack- and ideas therein become the prop- of Raleighs 150.00 .? 0I
see a
ago wrappers (or facsimiles). erty of Brown & Williamson Tobacco a
a prop for Martha O'DriscplTs 1 Prizes will be awarded on the Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00 I '
S to bubble dancer scene in "My Heart
% mean money saving our E...._msssooE EOeE .aaaEomE v.EmE ___.____EaE E __mE E mmmad
readers. It always pays to Belongs to Daddy.'K

patronize the merchants Al Pearce of 'the air waves is interested -

1 who advertise. They are in adding Marie Blake to Merchants Who Advertise Have FaithIn
1 not afraid of their mer- his radio gang. She's Jeannette MacDonald's -
sister, and you probably

':' chandise or their prices. I saw dare"her series somewhere of pictures-she in the "Dr.playedthe Kil- the Merchandise They Offer to You

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B .THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1942T.
PAGE FOUR

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the paper. Those things are need- this man was refused a Job until To Miss Carol Jean Bostick: equipped and have contracts with -

The Clewiston News ed and if each "home in America he could get a union card. He The American Red Cross ap- the Army for processing.For .

saves its share the shortage will ) could not get a union card becausehe preciates your nice letter, Carol this reason only a few of .four :

materially reduced. did not have enough money to Jean, and we are sure that 'the chapters have Blood Donor"I

Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON in Clewiston NEWS,, buy one. brave soldiers and sailors who are Centers, and most of them are'

Inc. The Red Cross wool arrived this "Is It.the Idea of our governmentthat fighting for our country would be located in the North and East, close '

morning so you knitters 'get busy. it Is more i important to pre very proud to know about girls like to the laboratories. -_ .

KEATHLEY BOWDEN Editor Also if you can sew a fine seam,' serve labor unions than It is to We are sorry that the Blood"Do'nor

or a seam that is only' plain and. preserve' the American Union? Why you.But we are sorry. We cannot Service has to b, limited: "

second class mall matter strong, the Red Cross needs you. 'can't a freeborn American citizen accept your fine offer now; and we like this. But there are so many
Entered as
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In There seem to be more knitters get a job'in a plant where the gov- feel that you are. entitled to know technical details involved that we
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act or than sewers., The garments are ernment needs workers without hav-
March 3, 1897.Subscription why.First have had to adopt the
present
and simple to sew.There's
plainly designed ] ing to pay tribute to a doctors tell us that it is
something for each of us ed labor leader. high-power-I\ plan as the most efficient'and .
better for girls of to .
I your age keep ...
Rate 92.00 Per Year. to do, so let's get busy. "If our sons are to their blood so they will grow up economical, under the circumstances. -

Advertising Kntcs On Application. to give their lives for their coun- well and strong, and they have So we won't be calling Cedar '

LET ALL KEEP FAITH try, why should not Labor and asked us to accept blood only from 2780 for awhile yet, Carol Jean:

advancement and welfare Capital be drafted to supply them people between the ages of 21 and
Devoted to the An Editorial l in the Jacksonville l But we do appreciate. your offer. -
of Clewiston and Hendry County. with munitions of war? Why 60.

Journal, March 11, 1942 should Congress, which has ,'the' Second, processing the blood into We believe that millions of Amer-

John C. Sheffield, attorney of (power to make laws, be so tenderof dried plasma is a complicated mat- icans will, feel just as we do about

MEMBER Helena Ark., and member of the the for laborers and
regard ter. Few laboratories in the nation your letter. A country where even
"t-4' RAR1n.1PRCSSASSOCIAfON N American Expenditionary Force who work and prosper -
management
have the necessary equipment, little girls are willing to give their
NAJIOMVL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION during the first World War, wrotea in safety while having an utter and the Red Cross has been forced
1Q-U blood
cannot be beaten )
letter to The Commercial Appeal disregard for the lives of the boys by anr. .,

of Memphis, last week.It at the front? to limit the .number of chapters combination of powers, however

struck such a responsive chordin "We don't like it, and we don't participating in the Blood Donor strong and ruthless those powers

:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:-:..: the editorial office of that news- mind saying so right out loud. Service to those located near may be. '

paper that it was printed in The /Maybe it is time we were electing laboratories which are properly The American Red Cross.
Commercial Appeal as a front-page (
some senators and congressmen

RAMBLINGSBy'B. ., editorial-a 'very unusual procedure who will crack down and .compel -- .
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B. Capital and Labor to get '- -- -- -
it's publication, business : think of it, I 1
::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..: ..:..:..: ...) men's Since clubs of Memphis have been war.this is And election, come to year, and we ir

distributing reprints of the letterto might as well get busy while we

My pet peeves for the durationwill thousands of citizens and a have the time and opportunity.

probably be bushes that over- Memphis mother who has two sons 'JOHN C. SHEFFIELD.. Do You Know?
sidewalk so that I have .
hang the I I in the armed forces of the United Helena, Ark. '

to walk around themautomobilesparked States has begun a ouse'thouse' :

in a manner that I also I canvass of the city, asking citizensto ,,

have to walk around themandopen write their congressmen, enclos- Blood Donors Are
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toed shoes that collect sand ing copies of the letter and asking YOU CAN START A f

and pebbles at every street cross- their attention to the matter on Not Desired Here

ing. If shoe styles are so frozen which it touches.
shoes won't. have SAVINGS ACCOUNT -
that most of our >
Because we, too, endorse it, we Many: inquiries have been. made -
suggest the erec- '
them
toes in we
are reprinting Mr. Sheffield's let- concerning the possibility of local .
at each corner so .
benches
tion of
we may sit down and unload our ter here: residents donating blood for the WITH WEEKLY PAYMENTS OF : i
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"To The Commercial Appeal: Red Cross blood bank. In fact,

shoes.. "My only son was born whileI there were so many inquiries that ONE DOLLAR "

was in France during the first city officials investigated the mat- \ I.
who recently
official
A public World War. Today he is a mem- ter, but found that it was highly . .
.......... .
accepted a job in'connection with to be . ........d., ,
ber of the United States Marine impractical for the attempt .
found himself : .
effort -
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thewar with work day and night. Corps. He sailed from Californiathe made here since the proper equip- I. ', ).' ,
swamped first of January, and we have ment is not available. ALL ACCOUNTS INSURED UP,'TO' -: : '
had
He exclaimed, "Oh, if I only ; "
heard nothing from him since. We I The following letter. which was _. ,. ,
little driblets of time that "
all the know he is somewhere in the Pa- received by the national Red Cross '" '. -
all life. During $5,000.00 ,
I've wasted my cific. We are anxious 'about him. headquarters from a girl in a -, -- ,.. ;.
all tryingto ; "
when we are
these days Thousands of other parents are like small Louisiana town, and the reply ,< t "

adjust our lives to a fuller ...... .... .. "
us. from the Red Cross gives the : : : .N. : :O( :+<1 .
schedule of usefulness many of us
I "The President says we do not same explanation which was givento
A little time
feel the same way. '
have enough ships to send suppliesto Clewiston's efforts, and expresses -
and thought, keeping busy but United States Defense
Savings Bonds Are .
avoiding the hectic rushing back our troops, and that we must also the appreciation of the I
build ships in a hurry. Even as he Red Cross for the fine spirit of
and forth, will pay dividends in get- Available In ,Our -
Office
: spoke several hundred shipbuilders Americans who are offering their ,
in
ting the most accomplished our -
refused to work on Washington's
24 hour day. blood.SORRY
*. I Birthday because they were not CAROL JEAN! ASK ABOUT
THEM '
paid double time. (The following letter was received ., }! :. : ,
We think, too, of all the material! -: )
"How can fathers and mothersof from a member. the Amer- "
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'wasted'in our lives. :, .-4.' as;....;: .;.:;, : .
have ;

We things find we there is, value }now in many, and boys who who' are are being inthe called danger upon zone to American ican Junior! Red Red Cross Cross.) ; j .' :,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,: .., ',' J(.;. .ft t:'..,: ;., 1',. ,
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of them. Rubber is the most sacrifice their lives feel any 'surge'of Westwego, Louisiana. I > '
obvious, of course. Waste paper :
when the and
unity President Dear Sirs:
needed for WE CAN HELP YOU BUY
and cotton rags -are OR BUILDA
the Congress permit a bunch of I heard your appeal over the
cardboard containers metal
making ; shipbuilders and munitions workers radio, for blood donors. I want

has: a thousand uses. The old silk to quit when they get good and very much to give mine. I am HOME, WITHOUT RED TAPE. '
that American have .
hose women
ready? healthy, large and strong and have
dis.carded' the thousands make
by
"Do our boys at the front get"overtime' plenty of good blood that will save
outer bandages, and are
splendid and 'double time' in the one of our loved ones.I ,. t J
saved and shipped to
now being fox holes of the Philippines? Do will not take no for an
China. Even used postage stamps,
our sons who are giving their livesto answer! I am 13 years old and
contain valuable dye material.
a protect the jobs of these and very large for my age, not afraidof .
These are being salvaged and tied others like them quit on'holidays? anything and never become sick. .
in little cubes and dropped into the
Like hell they do! So you can depend on me to give CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
vacant in shipments to Britain
spaces "One of my friends, who is a lots of blood at different times, as
where the dye ,material is being -
good mechanic, with a family to you want it. You can' telephoneme

salvaged. support, went to get a job in a for appointment. I'can come

'. munitions plant. Every day we any time, but next week will be : .'' LOAN ASSOCIATION :i' } : ":-k

It somehow gives us a feeling of I[ hear on the radio and read in the best. Cedar 2780 and tell my Dad ,

usefulness to have a little box in newspapers that such men are need- when you want me.I .

which to drop the postage, stamps,I I ed to turn out munitions for our want to thank you,' - -- ', ,

4 place for the silk. hose, a box for sold.ies, sailors and marines. But (:Miss) Carol Jean Bostick. -- - '-- '-- --- --, -- -

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PLANS FOR MISS DOTY'S by the hostess for prizes. Later marmalade tied with floral print rence and L. C. Rosenberg and.
I WEDDING ANNOUNCEDMiss cake and coffee were served and handkerchiefs. must say that with a little practice

the honoree was presented: with Guests included Mrs. Posey, Mrs. Mrs. Florentine will be shooting a.

LPersonals ] Maxine Doty, daughter of the shower of gifts which were arranged Gardhouse, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. very good game. -

Mr. and Mrs.. John H. Doty, has In a red, white and blue J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Gideon H. Don Young has hit his stride:

announced plans for her marriageto basket. Brown, Mrs E. M. Cornette, Mrs. again by shooting a 383775.Bill .
Fred M. Morrison, which will Those attending were Mrs. H. c.1 Charles Bolton' Mrs. E. W. Durst, Gross hasn't played sluco.

Mr. and Mrs. Deane Bogart and take place at the Clewiston Com- Meador, Mrs. Charles M. Pirkle, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs. {eath- the day we played with Gene Sara. .

son, Lynn, are spending this 'week munity Church' at four o'clock Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs.. J. H. ley Bowden. zen. He showed me up, too, Bill,,

i in 'Miami. Easter Sunday afternoon. Davis, Mrs.H.. V. Turner' Mrs. but we did get' some mighty fine-
I Miss Lee Pridgen will be maidof Henry Mathis, Mrs M. A. Thomas, MRS. BENSON COMPLIMENTEDWITH pictures taken by L. C. Rosenberg.
I
.;- P. M. Brannon of Miami spent honor and George Schwartz of Mrs. A. A. Anderson, Mrs. Carl Anderson SURPRISE SHOWERMrs. Bill Owen played nine holes with .1

: : the, .week-end here with his mother Monte Verde, brother-in-law of of Clewiston and Mrs. Paul M. W. Bigg Sunday afternoon. Mr..
r ; Mrs. A. H. Brannon. I Mr. Morrison, will be his.best man.Ushers Smith of Belle Glade. C. C. Benson was given a Owenhadn't played for several
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will be Munselle Stone, andJ. surprise stork shower Wednesday weeks but the lay-off didn't hurt

D. ,Hooker. BRIDGE ,CLUB ACTIVITIES afternoon the home of Mrs. R. him. He started off with two 5s.
.4 Miss Evelyn Kellems returned I J.. Lee with '
Mrs. Ken Woodward
r The Re'Kent Pendleton of and then I had the pleasure of see-
Sunday from two weeks in I "
a stay
..T.. co-hostess.
', Fort Myers, former minister of the Mrs. Ruth B. Owens entertainedher ing him sink a twelve-foot putt fora
Safety Harbor.
Community Church, will perform evening bridge club Wednesday Games were played during the deuce on the third hole.

I the ceremony. The bride will be evening on -the Terrace at the afternoon and prizes were won by James Harris and Jim Howing-
;, Mrs. W. W. Perry and sons, Billy I given in marriage by her brother, Clewiston Inn First prize and Mrs. Lee Heffron, Mrs. Ray Mor- ton have mOle endurance than any

:, and ,John, were visitors inVest'I J. Willard Doty, since her father travelling prize were won by Mrs. ders and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr. two golfers, I know. Round after

Palm Beach Wednesday will be unable' to be present. G.B.. Thomas and second. prize Refreshments were frozen fruit round ,and they're right back for-

Mrs. Doty, who is the, organistat was won by Mrs. Pete McIntyre. salad, crackers and iced tea. more.
V Mrs. E. ,S. Knight spent a few Salad and coffee were served to
the church will play the wedding
Guests were Mrs. Benson, Mrs. Until next week,
this week with her daughter,
days music. Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. CharlesE.
; Mrs. Paul ,I. Williams in Tampa. .'Miner, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mis. N. Ellis, Mrs. Westmoreland, CLYDE LEONARD.
Following the ceremony a reception Mrs Ray Morders, Mrs. Lee Heff- .
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Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. G. H. Small,
will be given at the Doty ron, Mrs. W. R. King, Mrs. C. H. ,I
Dr. W. F. Purdon, who recently Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Miss Evelyn .
.' enlisted in, the U. S. Army, was home for the wedding party, mem- Burhans. Berner, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr:, Mrs. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID-

home on' furlough a few days this. bers of the two families and close O. A. Clark, Mrs. A. R. Brink_ and
friends pf. the couple.Dllley..Shane. Mrs. Foy Durrence.
week. Mrs. Foy Durrence was hostess FOR SALE-One Green's Fuel
'; Tuesday evening, awarding pillow
, LADIES AID TO MEET AT cooking range-new. For cash.
Russell of: Tampa secretary
Kay cases as first prize to Mrs. Glen
of the Florida Press Association, Etherton and a laundry bag as second BEARDSLEY FARM THURSDAYThe 14000. See Mrs. Ned Hager, orr:

1 f : was a business visitor here Wednes prize to Mrs. J. H. Wilson. A phone 24-J.
day. '.. Mrs. Fern Shane became the dessert course was'served at the Beardsley Farm will be the
bride .of J. Hartford Dilley at 7:30, scene of the April meeting of the
close of play. Playing were Mrs.G. .
this evening in a pretty ceremony Ladies Aid Society next Thursday, I
Mrs: W. H. Lanier, Mrs W. C. E. Crow, Mrs. J. H. Wilson,
, '1 ',.. Owen Mrs: G. B. Thomas and Mrs.J. performed in the Clewiston Com- when Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs.R. CLEWISTON
;: .' Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr;, Mrs. G. E. !
Church by Rev. John N. .H. Knight and Mrs. W. E. I
munity !
: Ezelle in
:l:: W. spent, Wednesday Etherton, Mrs.: V. C. Woodward, TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
: Montgomery of Miami, the new Dilley are hostesses.
;-J West Palm Beach. :
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and Mrs. F.
.., ,. minister of the church. Anything in Plumbing Fixtures ;;
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.'. :. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall and I The bride wore a becomingaqua R. Maxwell. Mr. Garrett Blair of Miami will Prompt, Efficient Service :
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:: their guests, 'Mr. and Mrs. T. A. outfit with brown and yellow preach Sunday morning at the '
Gardhouse of Louisville and 1\Irs.1 accessories. Her flowers were yellow MRS. THOMPSON ENTERTAINS Community Church. Mr. Blair PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. "

,: ? M. R. Posey of Hendersonville, Ky., rose buds fashioned into a WITH SURPRISE PARTY preaches regularly at the Lake \

spent the week-end in Miami J shoulder corsage.. Willard E. Dilleywas Harbor Community Church.
. Mrs. B. L. Thompson entertained
I his brother's best man and
: ,, :,- Lieut. R. N. Smith of Lake Wales Mrs. Dilley was the bride's at- with a surprise: party Friday even- GOLF NEWS Johnson's Fish
celebrate her husband's Camp
.: 0j :<; spent Tuesday in Clewiston en tendant. ing to
':J ;'::.. ; route to Morrison Field, West Palm Following the ceremony a wedding birthday. The evening was pleasantly ;- (Near Hurricane Gate) I

\.i. 'il. .,. Beach, where he Js stationed. at dinner was given at the Clew- spent at card games. Cake Harold Rabin beat Art Frazier Clewiston, Fla.
':- : .:", present. iston Inn, where the large round and punch were served by the hos- with a five iron and a putter. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
::: .",,::,' table was centered with pastel tess to Mr. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walls was' playing too anda Rates Reasonable

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.i",. Louise' Thomas spent the week-end corsages for the ladies. Dinner -Redish, Mr. and Mrs. Manning Keenan we don't know who came out on

:, : in Safety Harbor. They went over guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. Hart- Mr. and Mrs. ,Raleigh Mock. top.
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.- to take Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Sr., I ford Dilley, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. It seems Mr. Stewart, Mr. 'Bow-

, .' who visited, .them here last week. Dilley, Mr. and Mrs J. M. Couse, FISH FRY GIVEN FOR VISITORS den and :Mr. Parkinson were bet- 'Ehney & Foster
I Rev. John N. Montgomery, Miss Vir- WEDNESDAY ON RIDGE ting this heavy rainstorm the other I

Mrs. Ruth B. Owens spent Sun ginia Gaudier, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. I day wouldn't stop within half an PAINT CONTRACTORS: 1
day in Okeechobee with her sister?I Beardsley and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Charles Bolton and Mrs.E. hour. It did stop but they forgotto Sprayer. For Furniture Painting. ,

Mrs. H. R. Lamb. Mrs. Lamb Dilley. W Durst gave. a fish fry Wednesday bet that it wouldn't start up I Floor Sanding s
turned with her and the two re-I The groom is 'a former' Assistant I evening at the Scout picnic again. Phone 69 Free Estimates ;

F a ,business trip to Miami United States Attorney and now grounds on the ridge, compliment;
'. Foy Durrence shot a par 36 Sat-
I conducts his law office in Beaver ing Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Gardhouseand
urday playing with L. C. Rosen-
'1.,1' Mr. and. Mrs. R. C. Wilson have Pennsylvania, where the couple will Mrs. M. R. Posey. berg and Arthur Oliver. Rosenbergshot
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, ;, ,,' as their guests Mrs. Wilson's mo- reside. Those invited;"nvere-Mr.' and Mrs.E. a, nice: /.4 4 and ''is really clockIng J. 'M.'COUSE;
(" ther, Mrs. L. R. Oliphant of Marietta After the dinner Mr. and Mrs. M. Cornette, Mr. and Mrs. Carl the ball: I
''. ;)'..: Ga., and her aunt, Mrs. Eudie Dilley motored to Miami for a Johnson, Mr. and 'Mrs. H. R. Hall, ,Counselor and Attorney at Law
,':i Lunch of Chattanooga. week's honeymoon. They will rejoin Mr.. and Mrs. W. 'W. Perry, Dr. and Father Geary has been taking Hopkins Building
lessons and is hitting the ball
very
d r his parents' in Clewiston next Mrs. J. W, Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. nicely. Wednesdays and Saturdays
:i" Mrs. L. J. Pape, Mrs. George week and return ,to Pennsylvania. W. H. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. Keath-
Van Hyning and Mrs. Keathley ley Bowden, Mr.l land Mrs. C. J. Had the pleasure of playing with 9:80 to 4:00 ,

A:1 .'' Bowden attended, the installation. JUNIORS GIVE PROGRAM AT Lovvorn, Mrs. T. M. Texton, Misses Mrs. J. ,F. Florentine, Foy Dur- I

c. new officers at the meeting of they GARDEN CLUB YESTERDAYThe : Mildred Durst and Ardis Bolton. -4.

Moore Haven Woman's Club last I -- ._ _ .L__ . "
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evening., BAPTIST CIRCLES ?_ .'..
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--- as MET TUESDAYThe
Dir and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfordwere guests at yesterday's meeting in j Photo Finishing and Commercial i'

guests Tuesday of Mr. and the Community Center. The pro- Mary Brittan Circle of the

: Mrs. C. L. Hamilton and Miss gram was arranged by Mrs. E. C. Baptist Woman's Missionary So-
.:::. Marjorie Hamilton, of Chicago, Mills, chairman. of the Junior Club. ciety met at the home of Mrs. Joe ::: Photography :t
. 111., who are spending time The Juniors brought display of -
; some a Elder Tuesday afternoon. After +_ 24 HOUR SERVICE 4-
.I... at Fort Lauderdale. vegetables which they had grownin reports were given and the business ::: Clewiston Photographic Service :f.
'- -, their gardens, and a number of I[ completed, an interesting pro- .... ..

.. ., ..Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence have flower arrangements 'which 'they gram on soul winning was led by ::: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of :(:
,'.;. as their guests for several days Mrs had made. The club 'members vot- Mrs. Herman Davis. Those taking e;. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station. .:..
; Leona Durrence of Glenville, Ga., ed on the flower arrangements and part were Mrs. ,Dayls, Mrs. W. G. :;: EDWARD B. SEEGERS :
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. -- Aubrey Durrence of Brooklyn and prizes were awarded to Jo Ann Mathis, Mrs. W. F. Nail apd Mrs. et The House With The Red Roof :IMj

Miss ,Julia. Hennessey of Long Is- Crouch, Ann Prewitt and John W. T. Wheeless.. Refreshmentswere .-, '- - ., -- ..
land. Schiffli. to Mrs '. .. __ -, ',
'': ', served by Mrs. Elder P -- "----- '
Mrs. Mills read a paper stressing Davis, Mrs. Mathis, Mrs. Nall, Mrs. --
Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George returned the importance of conservingour Wheeless, Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. :":":":":":": "JwJwjMjMj"JwJ"jM;"J"J"jMj"jMjMj":MjwJ**:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:;
to their home this week. Mr. natural resources and encouraging Stanley McCorkle and Mrs. A. H.
George spent ten days in the Sani- the planting of defense! gar Vann. /ii

tarium at Safety ,Harbor and; Mrs. dens. Mrs.' 0.. A. Jones, president, 1 CLEWISTON =:
George visited relatives in the presided at the meeting
'' central The Winnie Ayers Circle met at
,; part of the' state. i Members and their guests attending -, the home of Mrs. W. R. Broaderick

; were Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, I Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. M. I _: GOLF COURSE t

,,.' Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Gardhouse and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. A. O. Dilley, Cornette, chairman, presiding. Mrs. \
Mrs. M. R. Posey left this morning Mrs. Fern Shane, Mrs. F. E. Conk- Burke gave the devotions and Mrs. ::: /' ::
for their homes in Louisville and ling, Mrs. A. R. Brink, Mrs. J. H. Hodges gave an' interesting talk. -
\ Hendersonville, Ky. after "a two Doty, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. J. Others present were Mrs. Bob :_;:: ": Public Invited : :E'

t t.-. : weeks" visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ezelle, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Cannon, Mrs. Clay- -;_ :.:: .:'
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R. Hall. O. A. Jones Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs.P. ton Waters Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, ei. ............,.............. :
M. McIntyre, Mrs. C. L. McLen- Mrs. Charles Pirkle. The hostess Y I
Mr. and Mrs W. E. Dilley haveas don, Mrs. Z. G? Meredith, Mrs. 'E. served refreshments of cookies and y v f

their guests this week, Mr. C. Mills, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. Colas. S. y
Dilley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. M. Pirkle, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, y y
! A. Dilley, of Greenville, Penn., his Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. W. CARD OF THANKSWe
brother, J. H. Dilley of Beaver, Perry, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mis. l Showers installed in locker
Penn., and Mrs. Fern Shane of F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. Leah L. wish to thank our many
Rochester' Penn. Spicer, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. friends both in Clewiston and Belle + :::
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F.Tippey, Mrs. R. W. Turk, Mrs. Glade for their many acts of kind-1 x -f.
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G:' Mr. and : W. II Fred Hunziker, Mrs. G. W. Tyson, ness shown to us since our home :- ,.; .- ." rooms '. ..::..
Mr: and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr.l John Schiffli, Jo Ann Crouch, Shir- and its contents were destroyed by ::: r::--;;',.;. ,. ..' .:_
r .- and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, J. F. ley Owen, Eddie Conkling and Mrs. fire. We ,deeply appreciate this I :i: ., '." .. i
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Tippey and W. N. Martin were visitors Haynes. help. ,

in West Palm Beach Tuesday. The hostesses' Mrs. G. B. Rack- Mr. and :Mrs. Norman Hansen. :;: Greens in excellent condition ':i:
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S The men in the party attended the straw, Mrs'. W. C. Owen, Mrs. C. 'J. I :
:.. : Kiwanis meeting at the George Nielsen and Mrs. W. W. Perry, serv- : :
\ '\ Washington Hotel.DIVISION ed sandwiches, cakes and iced tea. LUNCHEON AT PERRY HOME :.:: :;:
;-'," :. ;. --. COMPLIMENTING VISITORSMrs. :- ,-:-
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W; W. M. U. TO MEET MRS. HANSEN COMPLIMENTED ;; ASK THE PRO ABOUT LADIES' TOURNAMENT X;
f:>: AT SHOWER WEDNESDAY T. A. Gardhouse of Louis- %" :

" ';,('<;;''- The Miami division of the Wo I ville and Mrs M. R. Posey of Hen :;:: Keep physically fit Play Golf :!:

man's Missionary Union will meet Mrs. Norman Hansen, whose dersonville, Ky.; were guests of .:- .:.

at .the First Baptist Church, Fort home was recently destroyed by honor at a pretty luncheon Tues- .ix _.... :::
,- Lauderdale, next Tuesday morning, fire, was given a miscellaneous day when Mrs. Carl Johnson and : f

Mach 31, at 10 a. m., for an all shower Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. W. W. Perry entertained at _s. .. y
day session. The inspirational her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. R. the Perry home.A .
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speakers will be Rev. "and Mrs. Broaderick, at her home in Mill- color scheme of yellow, green :: :

I Trutza, missionaries from Rou- crest Apartments.The and white was used in decorations.
:i: DAILY GREEN FEES f:i:
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ry of W. M. U. and Mrs. J. afternoon at games and contests orange blossoms, and: the hon xr &
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I Wanna Buy a Horse? i iA UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL 1 P I '


SUNDAY o '

few months ago this question, if addressed to an automobile owner, (Lesson : -

would bring a laugh. Today the horse has the laugh. Out in the West / To retain the full flavor of '

EN and the Middle West horses are still plentiful, but in the East they are Of BY The HAROLD Moody Biblo L. WJNDQUIST.Institute of D.Chicago D. pickles, keep the jar tightly covered .

R E scarce. And yet there is a firm of horse auctioneers operating in Greater
New York-Potters and Greenberg-where private, sales on horses are not in use. -

Washington, D. C. held every day of the week and special auctions on Fridays. Photos Lesson for March 29 Are S SS
EXPLAINSIn !- you sure your chimney is
NELSON
DONALD what .
show on.y..y"1y
goes .
his radio appeal for an imme- you 'properly insulated where it passes f ...1 f
Lesson subjects and Scripture' texts
selected ",
diate 25 per cent increase in war .r.rn+rwvr vyM"Fr'n'd ,::''<'''.';' ''' 'vri N/FoP$9'+ 'y : M,N"rm r.w.' r r>, and copyrighted by internationalCouncil near wooden walls? Rock wool, '
of Religious Education; used by asbestos or other insulation
Nelson announced -
Donald may
:
production xr.Gn rc;? 1 permission.
d h. / prevent fire.
managementlabor -
that joint < .
committees would be set up_in N l THE TRANSFIGURED CHRIST
every plant to devise methods of increasing MEETS HUMAN NEED ,To remove a fresh grease spot _
output. There has been on a rug, cover the spot with blot-

considerable conjecture since then LESSON TEXT-Luke 9:28-43a.: ting paper, then press with a hot ,
over the scope of these committees; GOLDEN TEXT And they were all flatiron. Cover the spot with
whether they should run the plantsor .. amazed at the mighty power of God. magnesia, let it remain for 24
Luke 9:43.Glory .
merely be advisory.The 4, hours, then brush off

other day Nelson explainedjust .,
what he had in mind in a private and grace go together. Gay Flower Holders
Spirituality finds meaning in serv-
talk with Walter Reuther, force-
ice. Holiness is faith in action.
ful vice president of the powerful Are Great Gifts t
Workers who Every fine emotion should be trans- as _
C.I.O.. United Auto ,
lated into conduct.
more than a year ago proposed the N'k t
so-called "Reuther Plan" for the This is the message of our lessonas

quick conversion of the auto indus- : (- 1 it presents the transfigured Christ

try into a unified mass producer of and the disciples, moved beyond in- rev

hundreds of planes and tanks daily. telligent words by His transcendent tat 5I .
While in Washington on union business q glory, going forth into the valley' to h

after Nelson's broadcast, a mu- meet the need of demon-ridden hu

tual friend suggested to Reuther that manity.I. .

he have a talk with the War Pro- Amazing Glory (vv. 28-36).

duction chief whom he had never 1AcL To three of. the disciples came the

met. Nelson greeted Reuther cor- privilege of seeing in the mount the

dially, remarking that he had hearda outshining of the deity of Christ

lot about his plan but had not through the humanity of His flesh

seen its details."I "Q4 in such amazing glory that Peter I
can tell you all about them in could think of nothing more wonderful !

three minutes," said Reuther. than to prolong the experienceby !

"Shoot," replied the war chief. tarrying in the mount.
listened intently, asked a -
Nelson One could wish that it were pos-
few questions, then 'remarked: "Es- i sible in this lesson to Pattern No. Z9412
This might pass for a picture of the Axis high command, but actuallyit I presenting get J

sentially, your objective is the,whichwe sameas is one of some of the steeds waiting to be auctioned off. over into the thinking of those who CLEVER flower holders like -
mine. The only thing on read or hear, a proper conceptionof
differ is the way to go about it." the glory of our Christ, but words these are grand for gifts or

"How's that?" seem to be such weak and in- your own use-and they are such
aay'k fun to make.I Complete directions.
"Simply this," said Nelson. r.rj?; yL, sufficient instruments. One would ;.
are given, as are painting
out-"Look at Him-the Son of sugges-
cry
"We both want the auto industryto
tions. Use
jig, coping or keyholesaw
make all the airplanes, tanks God with the transfigured 'face-and
to cut these from thin
Your the light of heavenly 'glory shining wood,
and guns it can. plans
assemble and Plant
paint. flower
called for joint committees to forth in a dazzling whiteness" (literally a -
or succulent in 'a pair of these,
direct the conversion, with a like lightning).
and give as a gift.,
government representative par- If men would only look upon Him,
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ticipating as a side-line adviser.I they would see how untrue are those y
Outlines for the two sizes, large and
who take from Him His who
it deity,
believe in doing differentlyone -
small, of the tiger bear pig and duck
man for action and committees speak of Him as only a good man come on pattern Z9412 15 cents. Send

for advice. That's why I ,rN or a great teacher. He, our Saviour, your order to:

have one, man, my representative w J' tr' who took upon Himself the limita-
in Detroit directing conver- SS ''' tion of our flesh, was and is eternallyGod. AUNT MARTHA

sion, with the committees you Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo.

proposed advising him. It's your Significant it is to note that with Enclose ,15 cents for each pattern

plan only in. reverse." Him on the mount were Moses and desired. Pattern No...............
The former had died
Elijah. (Deut.
Nelson the also joint told,committees Reuther that would he 34:5, 6)' and the latter had been Name ............................... i.Z

hoped take their work seriously and sub- translated without' death (II Kings Address ..:..:.......:...:...........

2:11)), but both were alive, recog-
mit every practical plan for increas-
ing production. However, Nelson nizable, intelligent, interested,in the

stressed that he and not the com- redemptive work which Christ was

mittees would decide on the meritsof to' work out on the cross (v. 31). WMO OllNE

the proposals, that the function of Not a gift horse. Deftly the buyer 1 Horses have many foot ailments, This definitely denies such false ,

the committees was strictly "ad-: takes the horse's tongue in one and seasoned horse traders know theories death.as, soul-sleep or annihilationat HAIR TONIC tL.D

visory." hand and examines the teeth, to all about them and just what to I

Note: After first approving the determine age. look for. But the vision of 'glory becomesa

joint committee plan, SecretaryKnox means of blessing as we see Pull the Trigger on .

later told Nelson he was op- _>.W ,; }:;3'' ,Wi'' 'd r >K %:<&: :r.i.-itj.-tS:r: .:,irJW: 1H3m.: : ; .:. J' ;.;,, g- ,. ,,' 1 II. Amazing Grace (vv. 37-43a).

posed because it would "SovietizeU. Like Peter there folk
are many
S. industry.' ". Knox contendedthat who think that the thing to do is to Constipation, with --

management alone should do remain on the mountaintop, just en-
the job. Nelson brushed aside Knox's Wj1JtI joying the vision of glory and the Ease -for Stomach tooWhen
fears and declared that without the ,
} delightful fellowship of Christ and
'
full co-operation of labor. the war the redeemed. They do not learn constipation brings on discom- .. I
could not be won. "I expect full cooperation 't 1I WP 1 such things from Christ or from the fort after meals, stomach upset,bloating 3
from the on dizzy spells, gas coated tongue, and bad I
navy my
Word of God. The' next day (v. 37) is
} breath your stomach probably"cryingthe
Nelson said
plan, firmly, "or else. He and the disciples met the cry blues" because your bowels don't
And if you doubt my word there is of an anguished father whose boy move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
a man in the White House who will the trigger on those lazy bowels, com-
confirm it for was possessed of a demon and who bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease
.you.. had found no help' (v. 40)). Look to your stomach in taking. For years,
then upon the one whose unspeakableglory many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-
rations in their prescriptions to make
HULL AND THE ARABS has just been revealed in the
wi' ; ft 4ll medicine more agreeable to a touchy
Shortly before Secretary Hull left mount, who has just had the approval stomach. So be sure your laxative con-
on his present protracted holiday, of God the 'Father (v. 35), tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's -
Laxative Senna combined with
Colonel Donovan had worked out a who now in amazing grace meets Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the j
plan to send an American "Colonel the need of this humble child! Thereis Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
Lawrence" to visit the Arabs around the grace of God, manifest in the muscles in your intestines to bring wel-
come relief from constipation. And the
Dakar. One whom we as Christians professto good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa-
The idea was that just as Colonel follow. Let us like Him bring the tive so comfortable and easy on your
Lawrence had won,'the support of glory of God and (in His name) the stomach. Even finicky children love the
the Arabs for the British in the last power of God to bear upon the needof taste of this pleasant family laxative.
Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna com-
war, so the United States could win men. bined with Syrup Pepsin as directed on'

over the Arabs in French West Af- It seems to the writer of these label or as your doctor advises, and feel
rica, especially around the vital world's better.Get genuine Caldwell's.
notes that God is waiting' to do anew t
base of Dakar, the jumping off placeto thing in the midst of human

South Col.America.So Charles .Sweeney, who has Frequently a piece of harness goes on the block instead of a horse. through suffering His and disciples.sorrow We-need working first ACHING-STIFf

had much experience with the Here you see a halter going to a bidder for three dollars. Auctioneer
of all to know Him ourselves, as our
Arabs, was delegated to undertakethis .Greenberg is knocking it
own Saviour and Lord. Then we SURE MUSCLES'For
difficult and
important mission. need a vision of His glory, floodingour
But when Secretary Hull heard of souls and transforming our lives PROMPT relief rub on Mus-

the Donovan plan, he hit the ceiling. (Rom. 12:1: 2). Then, we must put terole! Massage with this wonderful
Calling Donovan into his office, Hull "COUNTER-HIRITANT"actually brings
that to work
that glory and
power
lectured him at fresh warm blood to aching musclesto
length
declaring:
through our lives.' The one who follows help break up painful local con-
"You are trying to interfere with Christ cannot be satisfied to gestion. Better than a mustard

the conduct of my" relations with a rejoice in his own salvation and not. plaster! Made in 3 strengths. C

friendly country. reach out to win others. He cannot
Hull flatly refused to give Colonel rest in the peace of soul which
Sweeney a passport. So Hfl1I'C ;
no attempthas Christ gives and not put forth his
been made to win
over the
Arabs of West Africa. down.'E hand to those who "struggle in "life'swild
restless sea. He must (as
Note: British intelligence
that three French warships reports sailed Matt. 5:16 puts it) let his light 'so

from Dakar last month bound for shine in the darkness that men may VIGILANCE
find their way to the Father's house
Madagascar. This will relieve the
and thus glorify the name of God.
danger to Brazil, but it may increase OMMiTTEEADVERTISING
possible danger to BritishU. -
S. shipping routes through the Need Compassion -

Indian ocean to Suez and India; depending I do not know how any Christian is a great vigi-
on whether the French war- service is to be fruitful if the serv- 6_

ships will protect Madagascar from ant is not primarily baptized in the lance committee, establishedand

the British or from the Japanese.MERRYGOROUND spirit of a suffering compassion.We ,maintained in interest -
t .S ki 'vr : your
or > oKa Ft r.'f, L/i < 7i can never heal the needs we
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do not feel. Tearless hearts can to see that the men who ;
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will crack down on tire boot- This man has taken on the difficult When bidding lags on'a horse tho We'' must pity if we would redeem.We aspire, to sell to you will
leggers, especially in Pittsburgh and must bleed if we would be the 'always be worthy of your trade.
Washington. auctioneer.job of selling a horse to the \ animal shown here.is made to strut his stuff, ay ministers of the saving blood.J.H. -

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THE STORY SO FAR: Joan Leland, and inserted the flower in his but- Why isn't he in the office taking "I shot that tiger in India. It evening before, a sergeant-major,
.: pretty secretary to Arthur Mulford. San tonhole. But his eyes did not miss care of things?" was a case of me or the tiger." kiss her.
Francisco Importer, is amazed and angry the flicker of expression that crossed "That's his business, isn't it? "Well, the tiger certainly. makes "But, daddy," she remonstrated -

,4'.,,: !' with when two he weeks'unexpectedly salary discharges and refuses her to Joan's face when she opened the Look, Syb, will you light the fire the better rug." "I but yielded to the major- \<
give any explanation for the act. The book and came to the name of Ar- in the living room? I want every- ity."
,. bewildered girl arrives at the studio thur Mulford."I thing to look nice." Ready arid Willing t
.t:! apartment shared with her sister Sybil, told you I have been in the "Nice and 'cozy!" sniffed Sybil. Joe-You look sweet enough to Love is a beautiful tale-and
\ -.ii feeling thankful that one of them still importing business. I knew your "Okay. But don't think, I'm goingto eat. marriage is a talkie version.
. -1 has a position, only to be told by her former boss." be the retiring sister and stayin Jill-I do eat. Where shall we
.1 sister that the beauty salon, where she "Yes, Mr. Miller." Joan was too the bedroom. I'm going to be go? 'F
Is employed, is closing up. Reading the 'Twas Him!
good a secretary to question his right there to meet him.
want ads that Joan decides to
evening
word. She turned back to her type- Joan slipped into the new black "My wife has been nursing a ;:
answer one calling for a secretary, will. Overwhelming
.j i Ing to put in some night hours. Over the writer. It was almost six o'clock before velvet dinner dress she had pur- : grouch all week."
protests of Sybil, she goes to the address Karl said, "All right, Joan, you chased before she knew Karl Mil- At the breakfast table the sweet "So you've been sick, have
,
,;.'I; .r given, and finds, it to be a new night may go now. You don't have to be ler. She had been saving it for an young thing's dad was rebuking you?" .,..:.
club. The handsome proprietor, Karl back until eight-thirty." occasion like this. The square neck "< ;:'
.' Miller, engages her at. once at fifty The unexpected use of her first was provocatively cut, the sleeves
\ dollars a week "considering the un- ......
name sent a thrill of anticipation long and tight. She had drawn her
, I "
usual hours.
through the girl. smooth black hair over her ears, / 4/7 ;
Now continue with the story.
y "I must be crazy," Joan told her- and coiled It in a low knot''' at the She
'. self as she hurried down the long nape of her white:neck. "1'4\-: \ plans a million
CHAPTER II corridor.She "Look, Syb," Joan begged, "May :
had dinner at a small restau- I use a' little of your perfume?" : meals
j:
y, "Just a minute, Miss Leland. I'll rant, sipping hot coffee gratefully.She Sybil thrust the bottle at her un- \S' ': Ky c a year 1'ss

give you two weeks' salary. in ad- remembered with .a wry smile graciously. "That dress makes you
vance." that Sybil was worried about her look ten years older, Joan." ...
Joan colored. Did Mr. Miller think salary. She could understand now Joan was not to be, ruffled.Afterall '

she needed money? "It won't be why Karl thought the job was worth darling, you can't expect me :/ 2' l., .'.:::.:".
.,..C. necessary." fifty dollars a week! She was as to run around in, pink tulle all my \ f.
'.. She felt embarrassed and rebuffed tired already as if she had put in life. And Karl must be all of thirty-
as he wrote out:'a check and handed a full day. five," she added thoughtfully."All 1 1cq

. ,"' : it to her, but she said 'quietly, She lingered over her dessert and of forty," snapped Sybil. '
"Thank you very much, Mr. Miller." walked slowly back to work, paus- "You have no business running
:. He opened the door for her and ing on the way to look in the shop around with a man twice your age."
their hands touched on the knob. windows. But slie could not fill up "Skip it! Please, Sybil!"

Blue eyes gazed into green. He Karl Miller put an end to the argument -
:' ': .. was very close to her. by pressing his finger on : I
:
,ti .:., : "I'll expect you tomorrow, then." the doorbell. Joan flew to meet SHE'S A "SELFSTARTER"t
f She ,felt a personal significance in him. She was proud of him. His l:!!

each of these unimportant words. J/& charming manners. His impeccable MILDRED )1jTER
, -1 j "Good night, Mr. ,Miller!" evening clothes. His smooth, INWOOD, '
: .. ,,. "Good night, Miss Leland." indifferent chatter as he talked 11- SEIF-$1AI United Airlines dietician, :' ._<
.. ;J! i<' It was almost eleven when Joan pleasantly to Sybil while Joan got THE BREAKfAST ""' X plans the tempting meals! ,
:.::1 ,; arrived home. s Corn served in United's luxurious '.
her But she knew from her \\
wrap. of I Ketcutt lots\ dLdd. '
, i "You said you'd telephone," Sybil sister's cold good night that she A akesWthsome big bowl, and\ ;" 11 Mainliners. She Says: .,1
,
.," Iv Fl ?r "Delicious flavor's the main ."
,: reminded her. "What happened? was not favorably impressed. \\3 milk i '
,1: Without removing hat or coat Joan l'l\t TphllltS reason I like the 'Self. ..
;
Karl knew it too. "I don't think R' N
'. :<''1 sank down before the fire. "I got the your sister likes me," he 'said as IrlEJ) !)),PROTEINS INERi1tS C 0 Starter Breakfast'*Butthat I ..
":: %: job all right, Syb. It's a,night club. he helped 'Joan into his car. ,"Per- : ) dish also has what it takes' ..jij
.- "'. ". A man named Karl Miller." I/ haps she thinks I am too old for \FOOD s FLAVOR ENFAGTf f F L'1l K'E 's to help start me off feeling .:.a
lamp
; ,t.. "You don't seem very excited," you." plus\ the a"'es\ha\" --ii-; ; my best. Kellogg's Corn
Sybil commented. His uncanny ,accuracy embar- &, 'eat ... .... ......... Flakes are, the big favorite :,r rdshatp

"He's the most interesting man rassed Joan. "Sybil's been marriedand tjfe O akes Y ou w ,"\0 -'JlIIKJJ, -:- with our passengers, too." ";

I've ever seen," Joan said softly. divorced. She's not very trust Hin\ Ihi,spot 'Of'.tI11O lunch Cls"o! .ufei CO n.n ...nnu..rwn..aii-n... Sn
,
y "' "What goes on?" Sybil exploded. ing when it comes'to 'men." bhots, ",ratour1nt /00. '"_. dIning :i;

"Have" you' lost your mind?" "And you, Joan? Do you trust :.1
-- 'Joan rose and laughed shakily. men?"

r, "Sorry, Syb! Anyway, I have a job "Some men," Joan replied, hop Your Hollars lit Uniform \;
!, starting tomorrow and the salary is ing that she sounded careless.
:' fifty dollars a week." They went to a night club.c"I
S. Defense BondS'
"Fifty dollars a week!" Sybil could' use a'I vJ"pointersKarl; told byBuy nlgU. :

: frowned. "There's something wrong her, "since I'm new to this kind of '
with this picture! T at's too good a business." ,

y' salary for a job witnout reference.I G A Hawaiian orchestra played under r
don't like it, Joan.' ,What's this soft rosy lights. Karl was a ;

Karl Miller like?" superb dancer, surprisingly light on WHEN YOU l g:
Joan yawned and went into the his feet for such ,a heavily built LIKE '
. t_ bedroom. "Take it easy, darling! man. "'' SAY C/GARE7TES EVERYTHINGABOUT

No doubt he is all right. Come onto "He's like tempered steel," Joan TO ME, THAT MEANS CAMELS
I S' bed, Syb. Let's not argue aboutit "You're working for, the boss," he thought. "Everything about him. CAt1E&S. cs
tonight." reminded her, smiling, "I'll see that I Voice, expression, strength." .He A AND THEY'RETHEY'RE
v Sybil opened the windows to the we're through early." held her lightly but Joan felt that THEY MUDER BY
:' screaming wail of foghorns. she could not have broken away FAVORITE WITH/
"What are your hours?" two hours and a half and it was from him had she tried. : / FAR

"I' don't have to be there until only a few minutes before eight "I have news for you" he said NAVy MEN _
two and I work until around mid-. when she pushed open the door of suddenly, "Your former employer,

night." the Club Elite.' Mr. Mulford, has gone out of busi L\a s..\ :_
+? "Joan, I'm not going to let you An orchestra was rehearsing in ness., No doubt that is why he let
take that job! There's something the dimly' lit salon. Karl Miller sat you go."
phoney about it." on 'one of the gilt chairs listening.His "But 'that's impossible," Joan
'
Joan pulled the covers up over her keen eyes spotted Joan instantly. cried in surprise. "When I called the I I '
,' ; chin. Her hair spilled like 'liquid office three days ago, he had hireda ..
:; jet over the white pillow case. "Sit down," he directed. "Whatdo new secretary. Why would he do /
"It will be fun working at a night you think of the band?" that if he were closing the office?" .
SSJ
club. I'm almost glad that Mr. Mul- "It sounds grand." She felt the Karl 'Miller did not smile. "You
ford fired me." old sensation of selfconsciousness.What are quite a little detective." aaM1
Sybil wound the last golden curl was this peculiar excitementthat Joan laughed. "I'd like to be one. ..
i on a bobby pin and tied a net seized her whenever he smiledat I'm afraid I'm an adventuresomesoul v Y
over her hair. "You're getting into her? 'in spite of the unexciting life : _
something. I have a feeling." "Is anything wrong, Joan?" I've led." :;! LI t
-
"At least I won't be bored. You He was so sure of himself, so "Perhaps your life will become
know, Syb, ,I've always wanted to smooth. It made her feel like a more exciting as' it goes 'on."
have something 'exciting happen to schoolgirl. She felt positive that ,he "I hope it does," Joan said reck
:. me." knew the emotions that. were racing lessly."I _
"Something like Karl Miller?" through her heart. Positive that am quite sure;" Karl Miller '_-
Sybil questioned, shrewdly. he knew the attraction he had for said tonelessly, "that it will." C
"Perhaps!" her. "Nothing! Why should therebe What was it about him 'that drew k
b \ Sybil snapped off the light. "Don't ?" and held her interest? His face, IN THE NRW7IfEY

be foolish, Joan! You couldn't possi- He laughed then throwing back I which showed her a thousand men l'I
\ bly be in love 'with a man you've his head. But the laughter made in one? Varied moods, hardness, 'l/l/IHEtsI
SAY
met only once." her angry. : coldness, irritation and amusemeitt?

Joan smiled in the darkness. "I'd better get back to work," He was obviously a man of the ...
"Why not?" she said. "There's a. lot to do." world, a world that Joan had never
Actual sales records in Ship's Stores,
"Because that isn't love! If you'd He caught her hand as she rose. known.
ever really been in love, you'd know "How would you like to go dancing "Don't think too much, Joan," _. ,- Ship's Service Stores, and Canteens
the difference." with me Friday night?" Karl advised her gently. "I have 55 show the favorite cigarette with
"Maybe I already know the dif- His proposal took her by complete found that it seldom pays." a t men in the Navy (and Coast
ference," Joan thought, remembering surprise. "Why, Mr. Miller, I'd love It was a strange evening, gay, 14 L '} Guard, too) is CameL
\ arpair, of 'shrewd blue eyes. to." yet restrained by the undercurrentsthat
"Infatuation and love are two dif- He released her hand. "I would baffled and disturbed Joan.
ferent things," Sybil's voice cut prefer that you call me Karl." Afterward, looking back on this eve- CAMELMERCHANTS
through the darkness. "All right, Karl. But what about I ning, she could understand many' d
.
I working Friday night?" I things, but'at the time being with $
Joan's first day as Karl Miller's "You're working for the boss," he Karl was all that mattered. Feel- uo THE CIGARETTE OF

: secretary was uneventful. The Club reminded her, smiling. "I'll see ing the touch of his arms as they o i COSTLIER TOBACCOS
Elite was in the hands of paintersand that we're through early." danced, looking into his eyes as he ,1;
decorators who made so much Joan did not tell Sybil about her raised his glass, hearing his charm : .. ,. r
noise and confusion that it penetrated date until the time came. Her sister ing voice blending into the wail of ".v
even to the inner office. From did not approve. Hawaiian music, guitars, gentle
h, two to five Joan worked harder than "Going out with the boss never bass, soft drums, the quartette from
ever before in her life. Karl was works," Sybil insisted stubbornly. Honolulu that droned chants into
particular. He watched every move "Honestly, Joan, I don't know their ears.
she made. He scrutinized each let. what's come over you. You're not He paid her many compliments."I .
'1 ter she typed with a quick sweep of using your head at all. There's like your hair that way," he re Your Advertising Dollarbuys
his blue eyes. His very presence something funny about this whole marked. "It makes you look quite
-I* made Joan nervous. business-and this man!" foreign and much older." something more than space and circulation in
"I want to memorize "Let's it sister doesn't like it at all.
: you every not,go over again, Joan "My
i name in this book," he told her, in- said happily. "When you see Karl She has an idea that I'm still a the columns of this newspaper. It buys space and
1 1.: dicating a small, leather volume. "I Miller you'll understand why I'mso little girl." circulation plus the favorable consideration of our

.,_:" speak to no one, in person, or over crazy about him." His eyes swept the figure in its readers for this newspaper and its advertising patrons.
the telephone, unless the name is Sybil sat down on the bed and black velvet sheath. "Really? I am
,! here You understand?" watched her sister apply make-up. afraid that your sister and I would LET US TELL YOU MORE ABOUT IT
.'k 5- He took a red carnation from the "If he's opening the club tomorrow not agree."
5 vron the desk, broke the stem why is he running around tonight? TO BE CONTINUED),


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THE CIiEWISTON NEWS
PAGE EIGHT FRIDAY MARCH 27, 1943


I play, the league to he formed as dltlons to the system since September House of Hendry
:New Order Clarifies 30, 1939, have cost approximately County Florida, in J
soon as members have become suf- 1500000. the City of LaBelle, Florida, offer for I
"Why Doesn't God sale and sell at public
The following outcry to' the
tournament tabulation shows the
skilled to enter .
ficiently highest and best bidder '
for cash in ?:
DefermentAn gross revenues from the operation of
Occupational hand, that certain
play. End War? the electric and waterworks systems tract of land mentioned piece and, parcel described or
11. The bowling alley will be during each of the five preceding In said Final Decree
and
: If there be an all-wise, all fiscal years ending: June 30 and the ticularly described more par-
daily ,except Monday, from 1 number of as follows, to-wit:
,
order Issued by Selective open He customers at the end of Section 1,
God doesn't Township ,
Service headquarters this week P. M. to 11 P. M. The bowling fee powerful why each Flcnl; of said fiscal years: Range 33 East, Hendry. County,
will Year
stop' the present war? This Gross' Number of Florida..
mat- will be 10e'per single line gameof Ending Hevcniic, '
extent the Customers
clarifies to a large be question answered in first of Said lands to be sold In accordance
: June 30
1937
ter of occupational deferment and ten pins, duck pins lOc per line, series' of evangelist broadcasts by June 30, 1938 $37,826.79 45,466.62 252 330 said with ihe Final Provisions of and to satisfy
indicates that a comparative feware or two games for 15c. The fees June 30, 1939 50630.40 382 Decree..
based actual operating ex Rev.. E. J. Daniels, Director of June 30, 1940 54,711.85 448 : A: RIDER.
on Master
: for this deferment from are
eligible "Radio Revival" June 30, 1941 58491.17 460 .As Special In Chancery" -
:army service under the present setup penses. Those desiring to bowl P. 1\1.- A copy of said appraisal nnd Itsummary Mar. 20, 27, April 3, 1942. f.
and substantial change has will be required to wear shoes with SUNDAY (29th)--5:30 of the results of operation y
no -.w..wwrw-
I EVERY SUNDAY duringthe past five years will be
::ben: made or indicated. rubber heels or standard bowling available at the office of the Clerkof
shoes. 620'on DialWSUNSt. the City of' Clewlston 'during"- POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS
'Only those civilian ,activities ual business hours on March 30, and ,
12. Membership in SugarlandPark 31. 1942. .
:really necessary to war production
PetersburgUnusual The following tabulation shows the .,
'' Recreation Center is automate
or essential to support' of the war number and amount of building per-
'effort are considered when an employee tically void with the termination of programs, music by mits Issued by the City of Clewiston
with United States during the calendar year 1937 through
makes application for de- employment Stetson University, famous colored 1941, inclusive, : FORCOUNTY COMMISSIONER: : ::

,ferment. Sugar Corporation. Choral Club, revival quar- Number of Amount of DISTRICT XO. 1
Year
I Permits Permits
The order states hat.s' 'nc the tette. Seeking to enlist thou- 1937 15 $ 55,800.00 I This will
.
announce
my candidacy ,
"nation is now ,at war the phrase Red Cross Wool sands to PRAY FOR VICTORY.Not 1939 1938 38 21 188150.00 70,700.00 for re-election to the office of county ..

"national health, safety and In- an ordinary program a 1940 34 242,975.00 commissioner District +0., subject: 1
to the will of
the
141 voters in the May
terest" no longer includes mere I Arrived TodayThe Blessing for all. 28 83,450.00sixtyfive Primaries. /
f
building permits,
aggregating -
convenience and comfort. Activities TUNE IX TELL OTHERS the sum of $272,600.00 have been commissioner I am now serving of this my first term as
district and invite
-
essential but Issued by the City:. of Clewiston to
recognized as WORK PRAY date in 1942. the public to make a close inspection -

limited to activities other than war wool arrived this morningand I Ii Taxes assessed by the City of Clew- member during of my this record time.as- a board

"production which supports the war is ready for distribution. iston upon all property within the Your support and vote will be
ap-
City for the I.
1936 to 1940 Inclusive
years ,
-
,
effort including provision of food, There are also garments cut and amounted to $16.178.11. ,$17- preciated.

"Clothing, shelfer, health and safety begging to be made, so volunteers 083.37, 18925.66, $17,793.04 and ,$17-! (Paid Political G.Adv.E.) ETHERTON. I,
i Wednesday, April 1, 1942 for the purpose 883.67, respectively. In each of. said I
rso into 2-A with sixr months max- who can knit or sew are urged to I of receiving and opening sealed years the percentage of collections I I' .
imum deferment. A man who is call Monday or Friday afternoons. firm bids to purchase $175,000 prin- has been 98.6 percent or higher. ,

found to be necessary in any Industry There are a number ,of convalescent cipal 4 percent amount Electric of City and of Water Clewiston Revenue J COMMISSION BY ORDER OF OF THE CITY CITY 'I FRIENDS JIEIYDRY AND:: COUNTY VOTERS OF ,.,

,. business, employment, robes, which because they are madeof Certificates. The said certificatesare OF CLEWISTON .
1 1942, and mature -
dated January ,
agriculture. pursuit, governmental heavy colton. material, the committee serially over a period of twenty- M. W. BIGG. I I announce my candidacy for reelection -
:service whichIs necessary to the would like to get made before five (25) years, commencing January Clerk to the office of State Rep
,,1, 1943. All bids must specify an resentative from Hendry County with
war production program gets an I hot weather. There are also amount in addition to accrued inter- full knowledge of the duties involvedand

indefinite "deferment in 2-B. many children's pajamas read/ to est on the certificates. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIMTAVEWTH with the belief that experience
of the sale gained in previous service qualifiesme
$125.000 of the proceeds
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF'TilE
,'"Necessary lo war production" be made. Both these types of gar- of said certificates will be used for STATE OP FLORIDA IX AND to perform such duties to the

now means the work of processing ments are simple sewing and neitherof acquiring the purpose theexisting of "paying electric the cost power of FOR IIE DRY COUNTY. IX CHANCERY State benefit of of,Florida Hendry at large.I County. and the

'or' producing 'Ships, planes, tanks, them has buttonholes ,to be made. and light system and the existing pledge' a continuation of sound
waterworks system now' serving the constructive representation and will
fguns or other machines or articles City of Clewiston, and approximately NO. 934 appreciate your consideration of my
directly used in the prosecution of Draft Board Gives $50,000 of the proceeds of the sale LYKES BROTHERS INC., a candidacy on May 5th.
of said certificates -will be used for corporation, ELBERT L. STEWART. ,
the A man might be em-
war. the purpose of reconstructing. extending Plaintiff, (Paid Political Adv) I II
ployed in such an industry but not New Order NumbersThe enlarging or Improving the vs.MORRIS. I w' ,
to that industrythat :, said electric and waterworks system, SELCOW and MRS. MORRIS !
be so necessary Including cost of extensions, repairsor SELCOW, his wife, the unknown heirs,
; he could not easily be re- improvements made to the said devisees grantees, assignees, llenors:, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER; (

!placed or whose removal would not Hendry County draft board system since December 9, 1941. creditors, trustees or other claimants DISTRICT NO. 1 ",
The said certificates are payable, by. through, under or against Morris --
(cause a :serious loss of effective- met in the office here Thursday to both as to principal and interest, Selcow and :Mrs. Morris Selcow, his This will announce my candidacy I
mess in :such activity.In assign order numbers to registrantsof solely from the revenues to be derived wife, who are not known to be dead or for tho office of County Commissioner -
from the operation of the elec- alive, etc., et al., I from District No.1.
no event shall men who maybe the county in the last registration. tric and waterworks system to be Defendants. During my eleven years residence I
of Clewiston. NOTICE OF :nASTJo Il'S SALE In Clewiston '
acquired by the City and constant
' subject to military service be and are 'secured by a first and exclusive NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I with Its people I believe
'discriminated against in employ- Several of these were publishedlast pledge of and lien on said under and by virtue of and pursuantto as familiar with the problems
contact'I
revenues in accordance with the terms a Final Decree of Foreclosure and district and county as anyone 'I
should according to the first'
,ment but be placed where week pub
of the resolution authorizing the Sale made and entered in the above district and promise that, if
they can easily be replaced, the lished numbers drawn in Washington issuance thereof subject only to the entitled cause' on the 13th day of I shall administer the ,
expenses of maintenance and opera- March, A. D. 1942, the undersigned the. office with fairness and honesty. *
order states. but it was not until this week tion of said system. No recourse 'Master named therein will, between Your vote 'on May 5th will be sincerely i i oJ
shall be had for the payment of said and during the legal hours of sale::1 appreciated. f
that the list of numbers
complete certificates against the General Fund on.Monday, April 6th. 1942. In front, PARKER T. WILSON. I

Rules GoverningContinued was given and the order numbers I,of ing the power City, thereof nor Is the pledged credit thereto or tax- I of the West door of the, County Court I (Paid Political Adv.) I

assigned .to. .more than 490 registrants nor do said certificates constitute a --,1 I
debt of the City of Clewiston within
( from Page 1) in this county. the meaning. of any constitutional, LI I

'from 7:30 P. M. to 11 P. M.. On These order numbers will be provision statutory or charter limitation or 4" -2' LJ Lt t

:Sundays: from 1 P. M. to 7 P. M. posted in the post-office by Mrs., The City Commission of the Cityof ;_ 'b ; --

The building is closed all. day Monday Clewiston reserves the right to .
I. S. Bell, clerk to the board. reject any and all bids and the City ; {
" Commission may without respect to I

8., On Wednesdays from 4 P. any such bids, negotiate with any /
_ Individual or firm for the purchaseof
M. to 6 P._ M. and jon Saturdaysfrom Subscription $2.00 Per Year said certificates. All bids for the 'I.
of said certificates must be
purchase
- 2 P. M. to 6 P. M., special .
accompanied by a certified check '
programs will be arranged for junior payable to the City of ,Clewiston in i f -, .

members. Children who' so desire -. NOTICE an amount equal to 10 percent of the I; 1 l '.

' will be taught ball room dances bid.The electric and waterworks system -

ing free of charge. Younger chil- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That to be acquired by the City of I
rdren will receive instruction in the City Commission of the City of Clewiston Was appraised by a nat-
Clewiston will hold a meeting the ionally known firm of appraisers on
regulated group activities. City Hall in Clewiston, Florida, at September 30, 1939, at the value of i I
9. Tuesday afternoon has been 3 o'clock P. M., Eastern War Time, on $173,451.00. Improvements and ad- t i

reserved for - - --- - -
private parties given \

by wives of employees. I .. .. .. .. .......... ........................._...........
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10.
The bowling alley will be -- -
open to, employees and auxiliary and 1 : -------- <
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junior members only, with employees i : --
t
receiving first consideration of ENJOY AN .

play at all times., f
During the month

of) :April: there will be no leaguer & ill: .1
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ALL ELECTRIC :: 'GI [


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HOME CONDITIONEDompJI 'l" \
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:DEPRECIATION1f .:. .


., :!: Cooking --- Refrigeration iI iII j Low Fares

-- '
I _. : -.e- : .. .. .:. Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida '

I ::: WASHING MACHINES :: and the North.

: .a house is kept in good y

condition and repairs are :: SEWING MACHINESANY :: Lv. CANAL POiNT Northbound. .4:55: AM 1:25 PM

promptly and correctly Ar. TAMPA . .; .' 10:10AM: 6:55: PM Costs Less than Driving ,
<:made, the expense is usually Ar. LAKELAND . ,:. '.10 AM ,5.50 PM 'I (
Ar. ORLANDO . -10:50: AM 7:45 PM One Round
smalLHowever Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM II:45 PM Way TrIp
.: .. TASK CAN. BE DONE BY *- TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:5': AM MIAMI $ 16S $ 3.00
it repairs arer Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE : 4:70': 8.50

allowed to go unattended, :. ELECTRICITY. :_:: Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25: PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
..
larger and more expensive : .. Ar JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
repairs will be necessary'J.afer y : ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
v DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLA- TALLAHASSEE 6.2S 11.25
on. < Clean HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95

::No longer need you delay i Quick Convenient FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. MACON ATLANTA.. .. ,,.. 7.2S 8.40 15.15 13.05

making needed repairs. Southbound-GoIng VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45
The simple economical lv. CANAL POINT I. 5:20 PM 11':25' PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85 I
Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00 1..
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