The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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.a; 1. ,EASTER EGG HUNT County Schools Will REVENUE BONDS ARE I I Rosenbergs To Manage NEW BUS LINE TO"j

Be Closed April 910C. Clewiston Golf Course .


E. Weaver, county superin- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rosenberghave

, t 2 O'CLOCK SUNDAY tendent, has advised that all Hen- INEXECUllVESESSIONThe moved to the club house at the STARTED TUESDAY '

dry County schools will be closed Clewiston Golf Course and will be -.

Thursday and Friday next week to in charge 'of the course during ,the jI
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", The annual Easter egg hunt ,for permit members of the faculty to city commission met in ,executive summer months during the absenceof Local bus service between Clew- .)

;. the children of Clewiston, sponsored attend the annual convention of session at the City Hall Clyde Leonard, pro, who returned iston and Riddle Field was inaugurated ,}

by the American Legion, will be Florida Education Association! Wednesday afternoon to consider this week to spend the summerin I Tuesday morning by i

-1"I; '. held as usual this year at two o'- 'April 9, 10 and_ 11 in Tampa. bids for the purchase of $175,000in Appleton, Wis. Glades Motor Lines, Inc., and the ,J

'; clock Sunday afternoon. Dr. Weaver said he planned to light and water revenue certifi- There has been a renewed inter- bus line is proving very popular .a

,; Thirty dozen eggs will be colored attend the convention himself and cates, the proceeds from which sale est in golf play, during the past with workers at the field who reside :i
,- besides teachers and principals felt few weeks and Mr. Rosenberg :i1
and will be hidden by Boy Scouts. would be used by :the city for purchasing Tiere. {
sure that boards of trustees and the existing 'light and water states that he and his wife will do ",:'"i"
The children between the ages II The bus also makes two trips in .;
school board members should and their utmost to keep things running ;
..... of five and twelve years ,will hunt plants and distribution systems. the morning and one in the after- .
, '; would be among those present who I in shipshape manner during
,. in the Civic Center Park and the Details of the sale were not noon to Moore Haven to accommo-
\ would represent Hendry County. the summer months.WEGMAN .
;S (:" 1 little tots under five years of age: disclosed this week but it is under- date workers who reside there and

*; ,>". will hunt in the playground park. stood that there 'was only one bid- other ,trips may be worked out to '

': f" Prizes will be given in each age der and that the sale has, or will both points if the patronage justi- Y

.:: group for the child finding' the BOWLING ALLEYS AT, be, consummated, the city tak- RESIGNS AS fies.

J. ." golden egg and in the older group ing over operation of the systems Carl Weaver, president of, the
;:,: :additional prizes will be given the within a very short time. : motor lines which holds the fran-
<.. girl finding the most eggs and the SUGARLAND PARK The name of, the purchaser of the MEMBER SELECTIVE chise for bus service over the highways -

, ./ boy,, finding the most eggs. bonds and the price received by the of this area, was here 'Mon

:','.' Children should bring their own OPENED ON TUESDAY commission will be released next SERVICE IN COUNTYThe day to arrange details for the service '
basket in which to place the eggs week. I, and stated that minor adjust- 1

they find and when all are found ments might be made in schedules '

-S:; S they will be grouped and divided The new bowling alleys, locatedin as necessary to accommodate as
",::. equally all the children in a special building just north of Hendry County Selective workers
among TRUSTEES OF SCHOOL Board met in the office here this many as possible. '-
:,; the group. the Sugarland Park Auditorium, The first morning bus leaves '
morning to nominations fora
, : The. Legion committee in charge were officially opened Tuesday new member of the board from I Clewiston at 5:50 a. m. and arrives : a

j '\ 'of hunt is composed of W. C. Owen, night and a great many of the em- REAPPOINT TURK AS LaBelle to replace Blitz Wegmanwho at the field at 6:10. It goes on
h 'J ployees'of, United States Sugar Cor- to Moore Haven and back '
F. E. Conkling E. M. Cornette and sent in his resignation the gets top

J Charles Bolton.. poration were on hand to try' their first of the week. The board had ewiston at :710. It returns at .'.

,:: *" All churches are planning special luck on the- beautiful new maple. PRINCIPAL FOR 423The made no definite selection at last p I I once to the field, reaching there at r

'! :,: Easter services and today, Good alleys. report.Mr. 7:30, goes on to Moore Haven and
: Some eighty rolled returns to Clewiston o'ther '
J ":: games were at 8:30. -
Friday is school
a and bank holl- .
during' the evening and top score board of ,school trustees of Wegman's resignation was trips from Clewiston to the field '

; >,_ .,:' day. \ for the opening night went to an the Clewiston district, this week sent in after a form letter from are made at 8:45 a. m., 9:30: .'... '

: unnamed member of the carpenter recommended to the county school Brigadier General Vivian Collins, a. m., 11:40 a. m., 3:30 p. m., '
f i' Charles E. I head of the Florida Selective Serv-
, with board the re-election of R. W. Turks
force who came through a 220. 4:20 p. m., 5:50 p. m., 6:30 p. m.,
; Many were 'out' of practice and the principal ,of the Clewiston'school I ice board, asked that all membersof 7:10 p. m., 7:50 p. m., and on open
'- Dies In Miami for the term of 1942-43. local boards 'who were under
'! unusual ,exercise, caused a numberof post nights'at 9:30. p. m. and 10:30p. .
; ,' .'- ; :,. sore muscles next day. Tfils action followed a meeting forty-five years of age and were m. The 4:20 bus goes on ?
: : > The opening was scheduled for held recently to which patrons of I registered in the last registrationfor through to' Moore Haven. r
r-. Charles E. Lear, 64 possible
a resident service be
, t". ',; eight o'clock but all formalitieswere the school were invited and urgedto military replaced The fare ,to 'the field is ten cents
of Clewiston for the ten
'' y past or forgotten when the first balls express their attitude toward the once. each way and as tires on private '

';; ; ,: in"twelve years, died Wednesday night began rolling at seven o'clock. Mrs. school system. The trustees considered Gen. Collins ,thanked the retiring cars wear thinner it is likely that -
''A' Miami '
.1 .. following a long illness. Essie Oliver,' social supervisor, roll- the meeting very satisfactory board members for their voluntaryand i the bus line will get increasingly _
; He had been bedfast for the
. past ed the first ball, for the ladies. with about fifteen per_ cent patriotic service and said that better patronage. :'
""'<;.;:, two months: and was taken to Miami ''During April ,the alleys will be of the patrons appearing and giving the reason that the jobs must go

several weeks" ago.I open in the afternoon and at night a very good cioss-section ofopinion to men over forty-five was "to pre- Cuban I.mports'.i
Sugar ,
Mr. Lear wawell known for individual bowling and in Maya vent a wave of criticismagainst- .. : .J ,':
: throughout the ,entire Lake area, tournament will be: started with boards by registrants still subjectto ,,
Mr. Turk is now serving his second Will Not Fill Need
livelilioocL.fora -geveral fteains:partiiiFrkpng; ; rom, ,the term as' principal""of the"Clew- classification." Men betweenthe
l,.,. ,,' : ?: ( various departments :'of,, the'':' sugar iston school and has gained his experience ages of for'ty-fiye and, sixty-
L',,;'' :- suits, in Clewiston' and,"other lake corporation. entirely in this school. four, although they will be re- While importation of 2,500,000' _

-' communities. The alleys, building band other He is young and aggressive and quired to register are not expectedto ; tons of sugar yearly' from Cuba h

: S : He is survived by his wife, ,Mrs. equipment and appointments cost in under his leadership the school has be called for combat duty. through Port Everglades willre- I
5". l Adelaide Lear and "on'e son, Charles the neighborhood $30,000 and made many important advancements Nominations for a replacement ,lieve the tension somewhat, the ;.

, If' V. Lear. He also has two brothers nothing has been spare'd to makeit in several lines. Besides member is to be made' by the board sugar bowls on American tables

, and three sisters in Ohio. One of the finest places of recreation serving as principal he also actsas subject to the approval of the state will not be filled to normal nor will

" Funeral arrangements are being in south Florida. In additionto athletic coach for the school. and national boards and until his the need for rationing be removed -
made by the, Bess Funeral Home the four bowling alleys a shuffleboard The teachers will be recommended successor is approved Mr. Wegmanwill until cane raisers in the Everglades -

:': .; at 1326 NW 7th Avenue in Miami court, has been provided at within the next couple of weeks. remain a member of the board., are allowed unlimited pro-,
t. : and services will be 'held from the 'one side and play will start' as soon duction, is the opinion of sugar

oj : ,: home at 3:00 Sunday afternoon. as equipment arrives. Use of Canal ForBarging cane growers in the."'glades area. {

The building is constructed to William .H. Cross, assistant sugar

"S New Pastor To Preach match the homes and auditoriumin OFFICIALS OF COUNTY Oil SeenThat chief of the war production board, !
Sugarland Park of frame, finished announced the shuttle plan for

i Here i on the outside with asbestos bringing sugar from Cuba :Monday. '
Sunday Morning ,
cement shingles. The receptionroom CO-OP CONFER WITH I g
'I steps will be taken very Cross pointed out the long sea haulto y'
is finished in magnolia wood New York would be eliminatedand
: 'I I soon to make use of the Cross-
:5 .5 The Rev. John N. Montgomery and spectators seats and player's the menace of submarine warfare -
:,, .;<.: of Miami, new minister of the benches are also of magnolia. Dressing CROSS IN FT. MYERSAdditional State Waterway between Stuart and would be avoided.

Community Church, will preach 'on rooms are provided in the rear Fort Myers for transportation of Glades farmers however, believethe

;; the ,topic "Affirmation of Easter" of the building and lockers- for balls oil by barges is seen in the investi- ,solution is closer. home. "

.,. at the' morning service Sunday, his and other'equipment.. information relativeto gations now being made by Wash- Luther Jones, Belle Glade, one
first official appearance here ,as'pastor. The alleys are standard Bruns- sugar cane planting by the Hen- ington. of the larger cane growers, sums y

w wick-Balke-Callender alleys and dry County Sugar Cane Cooperative Ben Herr, secretary and engineerof it up this way-"The yearly out-

..... Rev. Montgomery, assistant pas- were installed by a representativeof was gathered by William, Cross of the Okeechobee Flood Control put of 2,000,000 tons from Hawaii ,
the division of the
tor of the First Presbyterian the company a heavy timber sugar production District, was called to Washingtonthe and the Philippines will be lost for

:' Church in Miami left there on and 'concrete base to prevent set- board in a fifteen minute latter part of last week and the duration in addition to the

:, ', April 1 to take over his new duties tlement and warping. Automaticpin conference Tuesday morning with while there conferred with State imports of beet sugar.. from Euro- J
officials of the cooperative at the
S. ", S here. He had been assisting Dr. spotters are provided so that Senator Earnest Graham of Miami pean' countries will be curtailed un- f
: Bradford Hotel in Fort Myers.
; W. K. C. Thomson there. pins are always placed properly and officials 'of the maritime til after the war. The normal a

.. Ordained last fall in Grove by the pin boys. A row of spot- "My business here,". said Cross, commission and the' oil coordinators quota from Cuba is 1,400,000 tons ;
1 City, lights is arranged ,so that the pins "is to collect further informationfor
t Pa., the Rev. Mr. office. He stated that he was annually so that ,the shuttle plan :
Montgomery was are always well illuminated for'night 'presentation to officials in only the import slightly less -A
graduated last May from Princeton told that delivery of oil by tankerto will} up ;
play and flourescent lightingIs Washington who have the coopera- tons. For that
" K Theological in the Eastern seaboard would be than a 1,000,000
Jersey. For two Seminary he New used for general illumination. tive under consideration. I am not suspended within two months and reason, the Glades production will 'Y3:;
summers re-
in position to state that a projectwill make be sorely needed to provide not
ceived clinical training he was authorized to a surveyto
as a religious -<
interne in the.Warren State Negro, Is Killed be "set up and the plan go ascertain how many barges mightbe only for American tables but for

through. available. the vital production of industrial ,,:',
Hospital at Warren, Pa. 'He also '
At Liberty Point The local group said'that Cross alcohol for munitions." r
served as an assistant to Dr. R. The plan would probably call for
made it plain he could not give More than 100 sugar carfe grow- : :
R. Littell of Tioga. Church In the delivery of oil from Gulf ports ;
Ben Boston, a young colored definite assurance the cooperative where the ers recently banded together, in a '"-I
,: Philadelphia.! by tanker to Fort Myers
Louisiana cane cutter was killed plan would'go through. He was barges would be loaded. They co-operative unit seeking federal
: here simply' to gather additional information of mill to "
about six-thirty Saturday after- installation a sugar ::
would then be towed through the
.11L. --.. Dance Tomorrow To noon near the county line at Lib- : on the proposed local waterway, across Lake Okeechobeeand handle the output from "the esti- .:.::l!

,, : 'erty Point while riding a loaded I cane planting set up, "to ask to Stuart where they would mated 60,000 acres of muck land. "<.".
Raise Fu nd For questions and carry information '
s Athey wagon train down the high in the Intra-
continue northward
';' collected back to Washington." New Dress Shop Was ,,
coastal Waterway to Eastern distribution -
Inhalator PurchaseA way.As the accident occurred in Glades However, after the conference, local -
'points. '
County it was investigated by officials felt more hopeful that Opened RecentlyAnnouncement -

Constable R. L. Golden and a the. cooperative plan would be sup- It is understood that very little ,..,
dance sponsored by 'the Clewis- coroner's jury was empanneled by ported by the federal goveinment. dredging would be necessary in the of the opening of '?

ton Volunteer Fire Department to Justice of the Peace W. B. Harrisof They told Cross that, some 3,000or cross-state route to permit the Lee's Dress Shop in the Clewiston :
: raise funds for the purchase of an Moore Haven. more acres of cane could be floating of these oil barges and the bar building adjoining the Ideal ',"'!

inhalator for the use of the public They found that Boston had been counted on in the area. They as- inland route would permit the oil Cafe is made this week. '

,::1. .._ will be held tomorrow (Saturday) ,riding on the wagon train and sured him that the soil was 'ideally to be, moved without danger from The shop is owned by Miss ,

p.:. night in the high school auditorium while moving from one wagon to adapted to the growing of cane, the submarine menace Marilyn HLee of West Palm .

r ; from nine to two. I, another placed his weight on' the that farmers were greatly interested Beach and is managed by Mrs. F. ;.,"

I Music will be furnished by coupling pin. The pin came unfastened and could be depended on to Charles W. Miller E. Howard. In addition to the a

-.c. Charlie Rowan and his eight-piece and he fell through and produce the maximum amount pos-, latest style ladies' dresses, millinery, '1

I, orchestra of West Palm 'Beach when the driver of the tractor pull- sible. Receives Promotion hose, lingerie, etc.,, many articlesfor '

which has been most popular here ing the train stopped' at the shoutsof *The project, to be federally financed men and for children will be

:. during previous dances. other riders the wagon behind calls for the building of a .-- carried. '

Ticket sales until yesterday had impaled him on the coupling pin. mill at LaBelle to process the cane Charles W. Miller, .local aviator

i;; been rather slow but a Pick-uP was Death was instantaneous' Effortsto into alcohol which the government who has been instructor at Riddle

1 .' expected in sales today and it is contact relatives were futile and needs for explosives. The gov- Field since it opened last fall, was is Flight Commander.Mr. .

felt that many who ,might not'even he was buried in the Sugar Cor- ernment would also lend the farmer promoted on April 1st to assistant Miller has been associated

,wish to attend the dance may buy poration cemetery ,near Harlem. He money for planting his crop.. advanced flight commander. Lee with the Embry Riddle Company

: tickets to help promote the securing was living in the Townsite Village Since it is too late in the season Heffron was also made an assistant for a year, being an instructor first

1"f of, the much-needed Inhalator., here. (Continued on page 10)) flight commander. John' Cockrill at ,Carlstrom Field, Arcadia.
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Simon Bolivar, Liberator I L Eternal War on ElementsProtection I UNIFORM IMPROVED, I INTERNATIONAL Gems of Thought .J

Simon Bolivar, the George I
Washington of South America, setup SUNDAY '"pHE willingness to take risksis

five independent nations m against' the ravages of dust, salt air, moisture and storm, Lesson our grasp of faith. Risk,
South America during the early; of the spectacular '$35,000,000 is'a part of God's game, alike
part of the Nineteenth century: is a never-ending battle for engineers BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. to men and nations.-George E.
which links San Francisco with northway Redwood Of The :Moody Bible Institute of ChftaffU
Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Golden Gate bridge,.. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Woodberry.Earth .
.Ilnd Venezuela. He was born in Empire counties ana the is here so kind, that

Caracas, Venezuela, in 1783, of a Pacific Northwest. The i just tickle her with a hoe and
Lesson for
noble Basque family and became April 5 she f.Dougas .
following series of pic- I laughs with a harvest.-
interested in the cause of freedomas Jerrold.He .
tures will give you an Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
youth studying Europe.In idea of the enormity of and copyrighted by International drew a circle that shut me out-
Rome he made a vow to lib- the undertaking. Council permission.of Religious Education; used by Heretic, rebel a thing to flout.
erate his country from Spain. His l But love and I had the wit to win:
country was South America. His CHRIST AND LIFE AFTER We drew'a circle that took him in.

ideals were liberty without license ;( a:,f.' X, fi }fir. k 'S.A DEATH, (EASTER) -Edwin Markliam.

and authority without tyranny, ) faR-\ % We exaggerate misfortuneand
C fX, .\ S 1 LESSON TEXT-Mark 12:24-27 I Corinthians happiness alike.
and he laid the foundation for 4 y, N ? ; We are
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never either
those ideals in territory greater so wretched or so
than the 13 colonies of 1776 and :!, ,n? ,: a'lSil' 1,: ; which giveth TEXT-But us the victory thanks through be to God.our happy as, we say we are-

all the conquered territory of ??$i.+ ..aG; ': Lord Jesus Christ.-I Corinthians 1557.: Balzac. I t I .

V for Victory! By that sign have
t.' '- St many peoples indicated their confidence I
This Pattern Will
in a victory to come. It is

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victory has been won "on behalf of
F.B.MORSE SAMUEL all who believe, by the -risen Christof

whom we think in a special way
TELEGRAPH- {; ?{' .: on this Easter day.
A BETTER WAY rn He is',the Lord of the living, not Q'ad
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they have left this world have ,
V MESSAGES., may ,
Above: Twenty experienced only laid aside the corruptible body *
painters working daily daub for the incorruptible.I. 0 Eic

8,000 gallons of paint annu- Living- :, Not Dead (Mark 12:24-:

ally on 100,000 tons of struc- 27). .'y o' ;.
tural steel and 80,000 miles of The Sadducees, rationalistic sect 4 r

tough wire cables in an effortto of Christ's day, denied the resur- ;1't

deterioration of rection, and so they were much ,a
prevent distressed His of .
by plain teaching
world's tallest and
the longest
that, truth. They therefore devisedan ,
single span suspension bridge. I intricate : ::
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Right: Seven hundred fortysix Mark and
THE BETTER WAY TO TREAT 'i,, 1 12:18-23) sought to set a
CONSTIPATION DUE TO LACK OH feet above Golden Gate, trap for Him. But they only caught

PROPER'BULK* IN THE DIET is TO two men inspect main "sad- 'j' themselves, for He pointed out to

CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE{ dles" and weatherproof ,; t them and to the people that what

TROUBLE WITH A shrouds of the 36/ inch di- was wrong with them was that they 1 f

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another series of weekly con- graves, they were still alive. God's schemes: directions for quilt; yardage
for chart;'Illustration''! quilt. Send your or-
tests those who can supply the
with His is
I fellowship people not ier to:
best last line to a jingle. Over 100
brief this
merely, for the life span of
:liberal this prizes each week. Watch earth, but for eternity. That fact, Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.

,of course, carries with it the truthof 82 Eighth Ave. New York
the resurrection.
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( Cor. 15:50-54): ..............

1 ft Man knows that'' his earthly bodyis Name................................. f
WOMEN ((2):: ) marked for decay and death. That

HEED THIS ADVICE fact is written in its very members. Address............................... ..

He also knows that such a body
If you're cross, restless suffer hot
flashes, nervous feelings, dizziness would be 'entirely inappropriate for
distress of "Irregularities"-caused heaven-for eternity. Is he then
by this period In woman's life
a -try
Lydia E.Plnkham's Vegetable Com- barred from God's eternal kingdom'No AWAYS
pound at oncelPInkham's indeed, for 'there is to be a
Compound is made Pain goes(quick.corns 'j,
especially for women, and famousto IH.rr-m 1' ::;;'ww.' ,""'''< help relieve distress due to this put on incorruptibility. you use thin soothing '
female functional disturbance. cushioning Dr. Scholl'3Zinopads.
Thousands upon thousands of } Sentinel of the Pacific, per- Whether we shall tarry until Jesus Try them!
women have reported gratifying comes and be transformed with-
benefits. Follow label directions. petual tribute to modern, engi- I
WORTH TRYING I out dying, or whether shall await ss.iThe
.; skill the Golden Gate
neering His coming for a time among those
bridge (above) tests the inge- who sleep, there will come that

More Raleigh Jingles : nuity of man to combat time trumpet sound, and in the twinklingof Wise and Just
and weather. mighty' battle- an eye -we shall be clothed upon Give instruction to a wise man,
Raleigh Cigarettes
offering liberal prizes are in a again big ship passes beneath the majes. with incorruptible bodies like unto and he will be yet wiser; teach ,
His glorious resurrection body (Phil. a just man, and he will increase
Jingle contest to be run in this tice structure. "
paper. One hundred and thirty- I 3:21): ). There we have an assurance in learning.-Proverbs 9:9. tCc.f4a1ed

.three prizes will be awarded each of ,victory already won on our be-
week.-Adv. half, which can and does strengthenour

Left: Hundreds of feet be- souls against the trials and sor- ? !

low the of the main cable rows of life.
.h4) tops
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DON'T LET III. Victorious, Not Defeated (I
towers the 6-lane motor vehi-

CONSTIPATIONSLOW cle, plus, two pedestrian walks, Cor.When 15:55-58): Satan. after a long struggle TRY THIS FORMULA

LI carry a heavy volume of traffic finally had Christ's body laid awayin Cascara Sagrada, Frangula, Sal

YOU UPS 266 feet above the water, to the tomb, he thought he had the Amarum, Anise, Caraway, Fen- -

When bowels are sluggish and you feel / and from Redwood Empire victory, but just then came his great nel, Ginger, Licorice, Methyl 1. I,
irritable headachy and everything you 'Att Salicylate, Carbonate of Magnesia -
do is an effort, do as millions do-chew ; counties. hour of defeat. ,Oil of Cinnamon,Glycerine '
FEEN-A-MINT, the modern chewinggum "Death could not hold ,its prey," and Sassafras.It's -

laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A- for it sought to hold one stronger all ready for you under the I
MINT before you go to bed-sleep with- "
than itself-the Lord of Life Him- "ADLERIKA."
out being disturbed-next morning gentle, name
thorough relief, helping you feel swell self. He had broken the bonds of If occasionally bothered'with I
again, full of your normal pep. Try sin by His sacrifice on Calvary; constipation, aggravating gas,
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy bad breath, this -
and since it was sin (the violationof headaches or try i '
and economical.A generous family supply the law) which brought death in I formula for its DOUBLE ACTION; :
costs only for relief of ;,
5 carminatives gas
FEENAMINT 10 the first place (Gen. 2:17; 3:17-19), and 3 laxatives for QUICK \
there was now a complete victoryover towel action. Just take this ad -:
both sin and death. to your druggist t ;'
The one who 'knows Christ needno

; ft \ tf : longer fear death. For him it ,
7 is not a leap into the 'dark, or go- t
ing as a trembling wayfarer into ATflooo \;.
an unknown land. President John OIUOSTOUS / 71 '

Quincy Adams was right when, aged wct I I II

and frail, he replied to a questionas sonuI P5 f!, .
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MacArthur's: Australian Campaign Future General??

.. ;" Little four-year-old Arthur Mac-
Heightens Spirit of All America Arthur, son General, ] and Mrs.

MacArthur, is starting early ina

r 1tm.mt@. .>. $\>t S4l; ; IThk.m:_ *!t g4 l-U1.1 possible war career. Besides
having a famous general as a

father, Arthur's grandfather, a
Ample Proof
Time Is Essence
Civil war veteran after whom he "I hear the '
crowd hissed you at "
is named, commanded a Manila the theater last Patient-Doctor, I'm sure you saved, ,1
brigade in 1898 when U. S. forces night. my life. How can I repay you for all ,
"A lie
s. t ; my boy-a miserablelie. yoiive done?
b 't.
F. ? :f
\ {}D) k' rR3.tf \ M t. 0)t' ta 4a d' C' < tp captured that city. :
There was no crowd."
Doctor Well I'm
not particular J
When war broke out in the :
Philippines little Arthur and his about the method, but if you can repay; ..;
Still a Friend me about three years quicker than the
mother, the former Miss Jean "So your wile eloped with your best last time, I'd appreciate it. ':;
Faircloth of Murfreesboro, Tenn. .
Rt0f friend. Who was he? _
N( or,:.t:;t o'k0}}{;?Ty\'' J 0 were reported safe on the island. "I don't know; never met the fellow."
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,R};':a :4. r .ayS.2a ( .r.{:,:;.,,> .js .40 The next word that came throughas Not His Problem "
) 'r <
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flk,( jt to their whereabouts was when Come, Come, Madam Teacher-With steak at 45 cents ,

their arrival in Australia with Kindly Landlady-And how did a pound, what would; three and_ o e'j

the general and his staff was an- you find your bed, Mr. Inlate? quarter pounds come to? I <

nounced. New Boarder-Oh, surely I was Johnny-They wouldn't come to '

not as bad as that! our house. "- I
+RrG {roiDSC' r !r ,fi:bA 7} / Rj0 \// i 3+;t!"' x s "D'). mission in 1905-06. On three different .'
+dR' occasions he saw extended {:; I
army service in''the Philippines.In Does He Ever Tell You'I \ '-
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1935 he went to Manila as thecommonwealth's Loved YourLetter'?
president, Manuel vtSSSSSsr- :i;_;

Quezon's military adviser. '.
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I That his advisory capacity to i;j

President Quezon was: of a successful ,, "
s 5 ..,,,,.. .
1 i' .. .a .tx. Yi nature is now seen in the suc- \. "
cessful manner in which American J
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i troops, Philippine scout professionals o o .i

and Filipino reservists, under > 'Su rhta) \ ,,\..\o ::
his ,command, fought.So 1 Vl? "t\P' _
yti.; at the age of 50, after many / lvFr'y O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tab. .-.J"
lets, there are no chemicals no 'i
years of active service, it looked as minerals no phenol derivatives. :
$i', though General MacArthur's mili- f NR Tablets are different-act dif :
tary life was at an end. It seemed ferent. Purely vegetable combination ..:
!' 'CI rt a: of 10 .
vegetable ingredients
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FYf 4fi'
that he was then ,destined for obscurity '- formulated over 50 years ago. ',
dl ? after being chief of staff for Uncoated or candy coated their ':'
/ (r; y i ) : 3GY q na4
\ 3K five years. But, it has often, been SY+ i/ action is dependable,thorough,yet
gentle as millions of NR's have ..;!
stated, that it is the seemingly lit-
Y proved. Get a 10(5( Convincer Box.
: ,0yr, n ,',5 'd}.. ) .j&. .. sR tle incidents in a person's life which Larger economy sizes, too. ",:';
;, eventually develop into significant, ,;'OJi..'

General'Douglas MacArthur extremely important matters. What : ,':'.
would have happened had MacAr- .11 .-.- .-11
. ,-. A fighting General for fighting mad people is he .. thur, upon being "retired," not been )..
M His Girl Knows Writing Rules. ,
sent to the Philippines. to shape upa : ;
} NOW you are going to see some real fighting. military force there is impossible FROM his happy smile you can COATED ',j i

'. :',- is what thousands of persons said, some of whom [ to say. I.J girl will never lose him or REGULAR :

might have said it to you, when word was flashed from Aus- Once again, MacArthur's life is by poor letters! She's made her

/:. tralia that, General Douglas MacArthur was down there to assume showing that fact is oftentimes more letter style as beguiling and as 10Q- a ;,

'in interesting than fiction. Here, in smartly correct as her best date /
.y the supreme United Nations command that region. ,
MacArthur, you see a story book dress! Concord in Discord
01,: ... '. Ever,, since the war in the Pacific region began, the story of the After all, when you're far away, The whole concord of this world :,h;

: !.: ground warfare has been continually, and dishearteningly the I 'your letter is your only represen- consists in discords.-Seneca. .::,

same but with one exception. t'+?'io'N. xeY:, {w'NSAyar'rraf+'. :obwMymtr{!;t tative. If you've written'a dowdy ,
"not been nowhere," instead of
Newspaper and radio accounts have related of continual retreats and, "not been anywhere you're not FOR QUICK RELIEF :
finally, surrenders by the Allied armies. But the brilliant exception to all c.
!_ u'__ A there with. a cute pout to laugh it
this defensive: warfare is and was the -
off. )
activity of General MacArthur- that, "MacArthur is the man for tOur A :_
aides and his native and American Soothing S A LV E '
the job. A student on his way to 32-page booklet gives proper business ANTISEPTIC _
troops fighting on the Bataan pen- his class at' university said that if and social letter forms, 24 model Used by thousands with satisfactory few \
insula. anyone can successfully "Slap the letters of all types. Suggests topics to suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients.
t write to friends about gives Get Carboil ".'
tips on gram. at drug stores or write
,: Not only did MacArthur stop the Japs, MacArthur is the one that mar, helps you to write easily, charm Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville,, Tena.TO .
I Japs-and thereby causing the commander can do it. A not too busy auto ingly. Send your order to:.

i' Gen. Masaharu Ho'mma, to salesman said that the general's
.' commit hara kiri-but he also put appointment was the most impor- A-l READER-HOME SERVICE

i r through two brilliant, strategical offensives tant move since. the United States I 635 Sixth Avenue'', New York City 0 COLDS
:i which prevented further was stabbed in the back. i Enclose 15 cents in coins for,your : \C :,,

enemy advances the time. Such opinions as these of Mr. and I copy of GOOD LETTER-WRITING grdck4i #i

Reason Australians'. Respect. Mrs. America reflect-it is almost i :MADE EASY. LIQUID

Such immediate background of certain to say-the opinion of this Name ............................... TABLETS
' ';1 L this! brilliant general, this Number nation, and all Allied nations as a' Address '............................. 6 66 NOSE DROPS
i. ', One officer of the United Nations, whole. Even in London, the news- COUCH DROP

.' r :: .< was the cause for the increasing papers there, commenting on the
:;;::: clamor of the Australians to have first time that a foreign general has Mrs. Douglas MacArthur I
,:>: MacArthur come down there and taken command of defense in Brit- It is now up to her husband R

'.: / help them, with American, British, ish dominions, had nothing but en- !
: i,:;:. Australian, and native soldiers, resist couraging, hopeful, and optimistic I soldier, cool, even',tempered, poised,
t: : the Japs in the last Pacific words. t.
o re- admired by his staff and men, pre Rti.
:: gion stand. So, after receiving orders Fame After Career Ended. paring to do a titanic job despite

v:.l' ,. on Washington's birthday. from Fame came to General MacAr- heavy odds 'against it. ,
the President to go to Australia, thur after his I
career had ended! Even the general's air-flight of
... MacArthur made plans with his successor For it was in 1935 that he retired 2,000 miles to Australia had a touchof
Maj. Gen. Jonathan May-
from the army after making a"name" the dramatic to it. For the zone (
r.. hew Wainwright, a brilliant tacti-
for himself as officer of which he and his officers and
over '
::, ,;;>. cian, for further, defense at Bataan. '
World War I and decorated
l''" con- aides flew in two planes, has
S'n:::.:. :,' 'Mac's the Man.: spicuous courage. His decorationsare i been conceded as being the "hot
When a "roving reporter" for one reportedly more numerous than : spot" of the southwest Pacific. Thisis

.,' of the outstanding Midwest newspa- any other officer in the service. the zone where both enemy and ,
pers went out to interview pedes- Back in 1903 he was graduatedfrom Allied planes 'are continually on the '

- < trians as to how they'felt about the military academy, heading his. alert. Fighters, bombers, and in-
new shakeup in military control in class. Ever since then he has'been terceptors, always ready for bat-

the Pacific region whereby General showing his fellow officers and his tle. When you look at a map and fi

;' MacArthur was given complete mil- men under him that he is "one of see the territory you will fully real-

itary control, the consensus of opin- the men" who knows how to fight. ize that MacArthur has not lost

:.:... '.. .' ion was, "Mac's the Man." Son of a Civil war hero, Lieut. any of his boldness. It is such dar-

::1'r.. One fellow said that it was the Gen. Arthur MacArthur, General ing, skill, and calm that has put all J
. best news he heard since the U. S. Douglas went with his father as an the confidence of the Allied nations' i +>..Js,9ri9ljir v

i'; entered the war. A housewife said aide when he went to Tokyo on a people directly on his, shoulders.

" :"...Iii: _-_.r_.... m_ H___.... .". "..-... .. ..----.,-....- The Yanks, and Aussies, being what
they are in temperament, and disposition -
as to being ready for a fight

at all times, now have a man as .
their leader they know will not fail


/f;, Congressmen Behind Him, Too. \

r.i/4 ...ffr'y1 /: That this attitude even goes for FIRST LAND :rr i

44f ir'w' A, { officials and congressmen in the' na .,,
tion's' capital is noted in the com- ty

a.;t'' ment of various congressmen .on the A SEA as .
\ day that MacArthur's safe arrivalwas /
"Y announced jn a special officialwar s

department, communique. Sen..
Millard E. Tydings, (D., Md.) said /
r; ; / r that Australia now has real leader- eC" "

4 1 ship that he was very happy to
i ii know that MacArthur was down i-I'

there where a man such as he is

Rep. Joseph J. Mansfield, (D., The favorite cigarette '
Texas) put in a comment which all W
with in the
Americans fully understand. He men Army, ;

said that MacArthur is sure goingto Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast
"raise hell with the Japs
\ Y viding we can keep him supplied Guard is Camel. (Based on actual

with a continuous* line of suppliesand i- sales records in Post Exchanges, '

men. \ Yr' BLeND!/GDOMEST/C7- ,, Sales Commissaries, Ship's Stores,
I House Minority Leader' Joseph W. c1cARErres -
Ia Martin (R., Mass.), said he was Ship's Service Stores, and Canteens.)

1 Since General MacArthur has taken his new command in Australia happy to hear of the famous sol

to'stop, and then push back, the Japanese drive, Maj. Gen. Jonathan M. dier's appointmentsHefurther add-
Wainwright (left), shown talking with Gen. MacArthur, has been appointed -; ed that 's'uch''a'ri appointment will ;PUlt Y 01111DoJllalS. :IIIuying UniforlU

". to the command of the forces that outfought, despite 20 to 1 add to the confidence of the American -
odds, the Jap forces on the Bataan peninsula in the Philippine Islands. people. (by U. S. Defense Bonds
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The Clewiston News ages of some of the chemicals used,
Don't Be a Wall Sitter in plastics.

The original credit for the sugarcane

Published every Friday In Clewiston, ...- product goes to the U. S. Department -
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ,
Tnc. r' of Agriculture, whose by-

""'" products laboratory started the
study of bagasse under Dr. D. F. J.
KEATIILEY BOWDEN, Editor Lynch at Iowa State University,
Ames, la.
Entered as second class mall matter Dr.
Lynch now is director of the
February 1, 1027, at the Pest Office in :i iI
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of I new U. S. Southern regional research -
!March 3, 1897.Subscription laboratory. One of his former -

Ames assistants, T. R. Mc- +

Rate $2.00 Per Year. ja I Elhinney joined the staff of Valen-

but pTix6 ; tine Sugars, Lockport, La., where
Advertising Untos On Application.
with the company staff the work

was carried to the industrial stage,
Devoted to the advancement and welfare and the first bagasse plastic mill
of Clewiston and Hendry County. 1Q1Lr( t r' $ -
(Continued On page 10)

F MEMBER Growing Demand For

1941 '_

Join the Easter 'parade Sundayand
England travel bureaus, report that
go to church. there is a growing demand for

shorter Florida tours and to meetit
Another sugar season draws near have arranged special 9-day trips,
its close. Soon will come the harvest -
that are meeting with marked suc-
festivities and it'll all
cess. Both the east and west
be over for another several months. ti. ? 5' : % G r coast are included in allexpensetrips
that include visits to St. Au..
If, this Good Friday is any indi- /Uj 4r / I L1 gustine, Marineland, Daytona Beach,

cation Easter; will be a beautiful i :. ) West Palm Beach and Miami on one

day; / ) ,- ; ; } er Itinerary, or Silver Springs, Or-

i bfI lando, Bok Tower, Cypress Gardens,
Houses are growing in Clewistonthis L:: J Tampa, St. ,Petersburg: Sarasota and
spring where only weeds have
Fort Myers on another.
grown before. And almost as thick. :4 I w A
Summer school teachers' tours

Take the kids to the Easter egg ---. Q S JL1/wd 1 5 I" o Fi IPt are creating now unusual being planned interest.and Travel are

hunt in the park Sunday afternoon
agents look for a brisk business all
summer. These special tours travel .
l via the Silyer Meteor, and Champ-. "

The fireman's dance tomorrow : Ion and by motor bus between

night is for a most worthy cause. Florida, points.
Buy a ticket and help them pro- .
f41J "
cure an inhalator. It might be j ( \
used to save your life or the life
t J Y )
of a member of your family.



Walking is beginning to take on :7L'IRo/ Clew

more importance than that of s

weight reducer as tires on private
automobiles become thinner and tent. So after supper we go back Benson wore last week is typicalof agriculture which costs nothing to Real Estate

thinner and it is likely that, whether and tie the tent down, get in wood, our boys in service, their lives gather or to produce. Sugar mills

we like it or not, most of us go up and bathe and' shave. By are happy if busy. Or was have to get rid' of it. For decades

will be doing a 'lot of walking be- that time it is about 8 o'clock. I Charlie's smile inspired by his they hauled it away. Later they

fore many more weeks have passed. shine my shoes, go over my rifle being back in Clewiston for a dayor used it as fuel. Recently it' has

And in that, connection it might and have a couple of other thingsto so? been made into celotex.

not be amiss to mention that side- do that I only do- once a week. Still PlentifulBut NOW ,i;

walks are quite badly needed in After that my studies take from Important Plastic there' is still enough left, in "
some spots in the city, principallyfrom ;30 ,minutes to' ,an hour' ; then I put Louisiana's sugar '''bowl alone, to IS THE TIME TO BUY =

the end of the present walkon on my extra covers an d' prepare for From Cane Bagasse make more plastics ,than now are ,THAT, LOT, ,YOU HAVE ,

the south side of the highway, bed (not ,that, I am sleepy or ready produced by all the American pro- BEEN THINKING ABOUT ;

eastward to the east end of town for bed, or anything' like that, but Wide Use cesses combined., Bagasse runs six j
and from' the Gulf Service Station usually about that time the lightsgo Will Have to seven tons to the acre, againsttwo h

south to Sugarland Park. Pedes- out and I hate to sit around in ..--- tons for rice straw, the next CLEWISTON IS NOW A

trians must walk down the high- the dark.) Outside, of those things By HOWARD ,V. BLAKESLEE largest fiber, crop. DEFENSE AREA,

way if a hardsurfaced footing is I, don't have much to do-am Wide World Science Editor The blond bagasse turns into an I !

wished and as some tires will wear really living a life of ease and like New Orleans-If' plastl airplanesare almost coal black plastic, smooth, BUILDING WILL i

out long before others the high- it, too." produced, they are likely to shiny, forming dishes that can bel I INCREASECLEWISTON
way will 'never make a very safe So, folks, when you think perhaps be made mostly of sugar cane. bounced on the floor without bre flI

walkway. you're working too hard and For two reasons: First) sugar ing. It won't burn, but at 700 to

Anyway its'' worth consideration. :you don't have time to do the cane plastic is' ,nearly as' strongas 800 degrees fahrenheit will glow a -.......
things you'd like to do, just thinkof
iron. Second, sugar cane is dull red.
our boys in the army, and realize
the most plentiful and cheapest of The bagasse plastic now is used
that you're still smothered in
NNNM. :N:N.N.N:N.NMN. :.:NNNN. :N:NN. :H:N:N:N:N:N: luxury. Even with all that activityand all present plastic sources. for war mainly in preformed elec- REALTY
This cane stuff, newest of com- trical fittings. Studies are under
hard work, Ray adds "this is
mercial 'plastics, is made from way for making sugar cane gun
fun for the who takes
really man
With Our Boys the right attitude." We're betting bagasse, which is sugar cane after stocks. Like standard plastics, the and DEVELOPMENT '

heavy rollers have pressed, out the articles it ,can make run into the
Ray-and all our other Clew-
sweet juice. Bagasse is a straw- thousands.But CORPORATION
iston boys-are taking the right
:N:N:N:M:N:M:N:NN. :NN. :N:N:N:NM. :M:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N attitude colored fiber. at present priorities limit it
and of them.
we are, proud
.* *' It is the only raw material of mostly to war,' for there are short-

Clewiston boys are getting a
Roger Saxon, who left Clewistonand
good taste of real Army life now;
his job as mechanic at Riddle -,
many of them are in camps, are
Field two days after Pearl Harborto
housed in tents and, otherwise experiencing -
enlist in the Air Corps
the life of a soldier
really among the elect. He is one I
during time.
Ray Bass is in Fort 'Eustis, Vir- of Uncle Sam's men who are in .
Australia with General MacArthur.All .
ginia, and gives a graphic pictureof Molasses Fed Beef
we can say is that if all Mac-
the leisurely life the soldiers
lead: Arthur's men are like' Roger, he'll
have no trouble continuing his out-
"We' get up about 5 o'clock In
the morning. We in the tents haveto standing their safety.successes. We hope for From Native Steers Finished with Home-G oWn Feeds is Now On

get up a little early becausewe .* ..
have to' go to the barracks to Sale At .
Dick Bestor, who was promotedto : ,..
wash the sleep out of our eyes.
First Lieutenant quite a while
Reveille is at 5:45.
. Everybody'
back is at Texas
Camp Barkely, ,
out in full dress and roll
having completed a course for division -
call. Then we have breakfast. Townsite Commissary
, artillery officers in the field :
After "chow" we rush back to < ,
artillery school at Fort Sill, Okla. .
clean up quarters and are ready at I He
is battery commander now, and
6:45 for infantry drill This l
goes is in a new division which is com- k'
until 8 a. m. Then I get ready I I II ...
posed, among others, of quite a I ; -
for school. Only have about a mile few Mexicans and other type melt- ..' "
and a half to walk and '
having gotten i ing-pot Americans. Under guid- '
warmed by the hour's .
up drill,
' ance of officers like Lt. Bestor, the '
it seems like just a step or two. i \ that Clewistonhousewives (
army will make good soldiers of This is advertised with the hope
At school we are In classroom in' them all.

,the noon morning and field in the after- .* 1 ,:,. : will buy this beef and compare its delicious '
one day and reverse that the
Luther Lowe, who completed one :'t '

next day, enlistment in the Navy last October. ,taste: and texture with either western or native beef ,
"We get out of school at 11:30 and was recalled to active service I

a. m. for lunch and leisurely saunter after the entrance of the United I '.' .
finished with other feeds and grains. r
the mile and a half. We can States in the war, is a gunnery in-I:

take all the time we want, just structor now at Port ,.
so we are back at school at 12:30. Washington. 'Luther and Charles ... "',,'.... ,-

We get out In the afternoon at Turner, who is at Tongue Point, I
4:30 and I usually get "home" Oregon, are overlooking the Pacific. >: .

about 4:45 p., m. Then my time '* 'too .
is my own until 5 o'clock, when Fred Flanders, Jr., of Moore j IL,

we again fall out in formation for Haven, who is well known here, Retail stores of ,the community may secure this

Retreat, answer roll call and may- arrived last week in the states after .

be get a 'cussing ''out' from one of several month's service in Panama.He beef through Smith, Richardson, and Conroy of West':' .

the officers because one or two was sent directly to' Fort I

persons did something wrong dur- Belvoir, Va., to attend the Of- Palm Beach. .
ing the day. Then comes "chow" ficers Training ScHool of the En- ;

again. I forgot to say that before gineering Corps. 1

going to school in the morning we ',

have to roll up the sides of the I And if the smile that Charlie




Mrs. A. J. Wiandt expects to I Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Grossof ing us feel so much at home. I vitamins and calories. '

I leave today for Columbus, Ga., to Clewiston, Miss Sue :Maxwell of Until next fall, ...:',
But, if more is desired by gour-
visit her son, Louis Leiter at Fort Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferrisof CLYDE LEONARD. ]
mets during emergencies, the nu- .:
f-PersonalsMr. I Benning. Louis who, is in the Washington, and Corporal Philip tritionists : ,
suggest adding such
parachute training school at Fort Dyson and Corporal Robert Lee of Plans for Home Living : ,J
to the larder as a tin of :,:'
Benning, was recently injured the British Flying Training Schoolat 1
cocoa, dried soups which can be "
severely in a fall. It is reported Riddle Field.
I During Emergencies Is made by mixing with water, instantaneous .,
that V both arms were broken and
and Mrs. Deane Bogart and l
coffee or tea, nuts of
.: daughter, Lynn, have returned from l that he. also, sustained internal in- NEW OFFICERS, INSTALLED AT Urged By Red Cross all kinds, tinned loaves of date- .'IJ:
a week's stay In Miami.
nut bread or Boston brown bread "a

If there is an invalid or a babyin :1
i Mrs. E. E. Gross of West Palm Nash-Kellems Ladies Aid Society of the WASHINGTON, D. C.-Aware, at '
Community Church met at the homeof the family, by all means, Red ,
Beach is.spending this week-end -
last, that this business of bombs Cross
nutritionists warn, keep
here with Mr. Gross. :Mrs. J. E. Beardsley yesterday
afternoon Rev. John W. Montgomery falling on American cities is more some strained baby foods, on hand. ;:

,I Miss Evelyn Kellems of ,Clewis- minister of the church, than just 'a faint possibility Mr. One other suggestion. Be care- ,,;
_" t Mir: and Mrs. Robert Yoder of ton and' Lawrence H. Nash of Belle !
conducted the installation ceremony and Mrs. America are beginning to ful not to keep any foods in gal c
; : : West Palm Beach spent the week' Glade were married in Fort Myers
\ : vanized iron
for the officers. or containers
new copper ,
';- end here with Mrs. Cecile Brooks. Tuesday by County Judge Charles make plans for home-living during which poison the food and produce
,-. ,;"" Wilson Ward. Assuming offices were Mrs. W. emergencies. ,:
C. Owen, president; Mrs. J. Fred serious consequences for the un- (
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wheeler and Mrs. Nash is formerly of Fort ,Paramount in their minds is the suspecting eater.
Morrison vice
president; Mrs. C.
:Mrs. T. P. Forbes of West Palm food question. Just how ask
1 Pierce, and came to Clewiston two they All
of the foods in Red
W. Fuller, secretary, and Mrs. W. the Cross
j' ,. ,' ,; Beach spent Sunday here visiting years ago to reside, with her sister L. Lott, treasurer. !?should the family eat if public "war pantry" can be obtained from
I; ;\ Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon. Mrs. Clarence. Nielsen. She utilities are shut ,off, and the the neighborhood

:,, : .-- has been employed as secretary in Mrs. Beardsley and assisting hostesses grocer down the street has decidedto won't'-take too grocer.They
up room, and
': .' Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. N. V. the office of J. E. Beardsley. Mrs. Richard Knight and stay home, for a few days' or they will fill the breach in case of
Mrs. W. E.' Dilley, served straw-
J i S. Mumford and Mrs 0.. A, Jones .Mr. Nash owns and operates an ,at least until he is sure that enemy I attack, providing, of course, Juniordoesn't
berry short cake,
whipped cream
raiders have been blasted from the
and Miss Marianne Jones spent insecticide company in Belle Glade, and raid the pantry before the
; Wednesday night in Miami. where the couple will reside aftera coffee. skies and the "All Clear" signal is I bombers raid the nation.

to around to stay for awhile.
honeymoon. Washington, NEW OFFICERS ELECTEDAT
-Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Wright D. C. American Red Cross ,nutritionists .
i- :. :'.ti.' of Clinton, Indiana, have arrived i offer this advice: Stock up a Subscription $2.00 Per, Year

for a visit with their daughter, BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. annual congregational meeting "war pantry," and be sure that it
Mrs ,Gideon H. Brown, and family. contains the kinds of food that will
of the Clewiston Community '
J. E. Beardsley entertained Church was held at the church Sun- supply the energy necessary to I WANTED-To buy a one-horse

Mrs Frank Fwigoli and Mrs.R. her bridge club Wednesday aft- day evening with, Rev. R. I. Gamin keep the spirits from flagging. mowing machine. Must be in

C. Gramere, Sr., of Miami, spent ernoon at'3 o'clock at the Beards-I of Lake Harbor acting as moderator To feed a healthy adult/ for a I good condition. V. L. Phillips,

several days here: this week visit- ley's farm.: At the conclusion of : assisted by Rev. Garret Blair, week during such emergencies 'the Moore Haven, Florida. 2tp

ing Miss Hazel Prince.- I play Mrs. A. L. Hackett was wiu-j I student, minister of Miami who had Red Cross nutritionists suggest the.
ner of high prize and Mrs. F. E. preached here that morning. following foods:
O. A. Dilley, of Greenville, Penn., Two tall tins
Conkling winner of ,second prize. C. W. Fuller and J. W. Ezelle of unsweetenedmilk.
who with his wife is visiting Mr. Mixed with one part water, CLEWISTON \
Strawberry shortcake with whip- were' named as elders to fill the I
and Mrs. W. E. Dilley at the Inn this will give two quarts of milk. TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
ped cream and tea were served to unexpired term of R. N. Smith and .
Apartments, is quite ill. Mrs. Clarence Nielsen, Mrs. A. L. the expired term of J. E. Beardsley. Milk, by the way, is .the, best all- Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

;" Hackett, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs.J. W. D. Wylie and J. E. Beardsley round food there-- is. V

.., :Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Grady! Niblack: Mrs. W. C. were elected trustees in the placesof -One pound of whole grain, crackers. Prompt, Efficient Service I

Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur Prewitt, Mrs. 'W... C. Owen and Mrs. Miss Marion Leydig and W. C. PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.Johnson's .
Goff visited Mrs. C. E. Lear in Miami '
Prewitt whose terms had
W. E. Dilley. : expired. One can of pork and beans. Thereare

Thursday evening. Mrs. Edith Dilley' was elected to lots of food value here; besides, t

Mrs. 'G. B. Thomas was hostessat the unexpired term of Ed ,Clarke it sticks to the ribs.:

Mrs. C. S. Pressley and Miss a party for members of her and W. C. Prewitt to the expired One tin of meat, preferably pork,

Leila Woodburn of Moore Haven bridge club Wednesday afternoon. term of J. W. Ezelle deacons.. : beef, spam, or the like. No chicken Fish Camp

were shopping. in Clewiston Satur- Lingerie was given as first prizeto Plans were completed for the here. It's too delicate. (Near Hurricane Gate) I

day. Mrs. Carl Johnson and a patriotic formal call of Rev. John N. Montgomery One-half pound of store cheese. Clewiston, Fla.
to Mrs. R. C. Wilsonas as pastor of the church. He
lapel pin There are few foods as nourishingas Boats ,and Motors-Guide Service
Miss Martha Nell Alston, a stu- cut prize.Refleshments. will begin his official ter'm hereon cheese. Rates Reasonable .
dent at Barry College, Miami : fruit saladin Sunday, April 5.
were One small jar of peanut butter., W.: H. Johnson, Mgr. j
Beach, is spending the Easter, holi- a bunny V pattern with pastel The matter of building a new
Besides taking the place of butter,
days here with her parents, Mr. cream cheese "Easter eggs." Playing -' manse was also discussed and the
it is an excellent source of Vita-
and Mrs. Dave Alston. were Mrs. Dave ,Alston, Mrs. action taken by a meeting of joint
min B and iron.
Wilson, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. F. E. boards earlier in the week was ap-:
.., left : proved.Dr. One package of dried fruit, suchas Ehney & FosterPAINT
Mrs. B. A. Bourne Sunday Conkling, Mrs. W. .H. Lanier, Mrs. [

for Baltimore, Md., where she will J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H., R. Hall and J. W. Ezelle was appointed raisins, prunes and apricots, to CONTRACTORS

undergo medical treatment for ,Mrs. Keathley Bowden. superintendent of the Sunday provide the all-important Vitamins Sprayer For Furniture PaintingFloor
several days at Johns Hopkins School. ,A and B, plus iron.A Sanding
Hospital. BOB COYER GIVEN FAREWELL chocolate milk bar, necessary I Phone 69 Free EstimatesJ.

PARTY AT BIGG'S HOME I GOLF NEWSThe because of its_ high caloric value.A .

Mr. and Mrs: "Josiah FerrisJr.., -: ', can of vegetables, preferably

.' of Washington, D., 'C., are spend- Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W." Bigg t peas, beans, corn or asparagus.

:<' : ing several days in Clewiston. They entertained with a farewell party time has come when, we must Vegetables which ,can be eaten cold M. COUSE

: are registered at the ClewistonInn. at their home ,Saturday evening. say goodbye for a while. We must are first choice, since heat may be .

complimenting R. L. Coker, Jn, get back to Appleton, Wise., to cut off by enemy action. Counselor and Attorney at Law,

.-1 who is awaiting his call to active start spring work on, the golf These emergency war rations, Hopkins Building

Mrs. W. M. Bradnack returned duty in the U. S. Naval Reserve.Mr. course there. Red Cross nutritionists- say, are
t Wednesdays and Saturdays
:., yesterday from a visit of- several Coker enlisted a few weeks, My father and I expect to' come enough to keep the average citi-
I days with Mr. Bradnack in Fort ago and is expecting his call daily. I back here next November 15th if zen from having starvation pains, 9:80 to '4:00

Myers, and also at' their home in Attending the party were Mr. and .we aren't polishing torpedo shells and they will provide the necessary

; Orlando. Mrs. Vernon Ramsey of Belle by ,that time. I _
Glade, Mr. and 1Irs.EI1ert: L. Stew- My family and I hate to leave I

:: i Miss Barbara Morrison, a Junior art, Mr. and Mrs. 'H. A. Bestor, with everything going so well and .-- -- --' u..' -- --- '
: :, : : '
: at Florida State College for Women Mr.: and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr. the course in such fine shape} but I. -- --- ..
i arrives today from Tallahassee and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Dr. and Mrs. we know that Mr., and Mrs. L. C. ;

4" to spend the Easter weekend O. F. Schiffli, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Rosenberg, who are taking over, r Photo Finishing and CommercialPhotography =.

I 1. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, will 'do V even better than we have rjlj I

: J. Fred Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner, Mr. and done. ,

Mrs. C.. L. Downs, Jay W. Moran, I wish to take this opportunityto I::: |j E

Miss Beatrice Jacobs, who has Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mr. and Mrs. thank everyone of our friends _:. T3;, '
been employed at the' U. S. Sugar W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs._ O. A. for ihe kindness shown in makCAJDWfiOPAfMUCHPOVJER.ASA ::: Clewiston Photographic Service : :

Corporation's office here for sev- ..
.s. V
eral years, recently resigned her :x: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of :?:"

position and left Wednesday for .;. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station .;..

her home in Miami. lfHE0pOCKETBOOi( :s: EDWARD B. SEEGERS :):

. \. % .;. The House With The Red Roof' ..}.
Mrs. Charles Scott, Pahokee music y '
;,. \ teacher, was a visitor in Clewiston o { ,KNOWJ.EDCE: TPs.; Y ,-- : = : ;:' ---, : '_-:-- ::.--: ":"- ,-..: ', :_'": -": _-__- :_ :

i ,this week with a view to organizea

Saturday morning class for chil'dren -
in piano and voice. Those .;-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN. :..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNN. :N:.

: I interested may contact Mrs. Erler y

" at the Inn' for information. ?


', Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mrs. W. .
ti., 'i. !
H. Lanier were visitors in West '.. .
.', ofLee's

Palm Beach Tuesday. Mrs.". L. R. + !
Oliphant and Mrs. Eudie Lynch-

accompanied them and left from

there for their homes in ,Mariettaand I n. a to f Dress SbopI-I Iy

> Chattanooga, after visiting the. ;
Wilsons here.
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-. '--: :, Mrs. Frank Owen, mother ,of W. OPTHEfOCJRMOToRSON7NEAMf/bCR/JFl GIANT tOCOMOTfVM 1NGfOR1RFSt :;: In the Chagaris Building Next to t*..
'I,;) ':" C. Owen, and Mrs. Fred White of s '

"" -. Brownville, Tenn., are visiting this I :: Ideal Cafe ::

\ week with the W. C. Owen family. I 's' ..
.:. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kinney of ... A s

," Memphis :who accompanied the :;: Everything' in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear .:;:
ladies on the trip to Florida made : .'
': : a short visit here and went on .to
i :"I Miami for the week. :i_:: Also Many Things for Men and, :!:

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; ALTAR SOCIETY NETTED $315 sj Children _
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"J.;,,:'," garet's Church met yesterday aft- I -S "W"NUMBERS Netf YORK ARE city' OVER joo TELEPHONE Y SECOND :i= 'We'cordially, invite you to visit us and =:::
ernoon at the home of Mrs. E. B. A PORING CSYEEREVER 's' 'r' i

'\. Seegers, with Mrs. W. D. King I Rl et ;:;:-' ';: look over our 'stock.Mrs. .- ;

presiding. .I; i.-, vC :
A Mrs. King reported that the So- .: .:.
ciety netted $315.00 from the St. ..
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Patrick's dance, given by the sol -
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garet's and St. Mary's Churches. 1" I : F. E: Howard Y

t The society voted to join the'r' ,. : Mgr.
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THE STORY SO FAR: Joan Leland, self more than ever intrigued by everything was different. Life had as you have finished with it, thus between 'the walls of the refrig-space
pretty secretary to Arthur Mulford, San this man who had offered to help her turned a fresh page, which Joan felt preventing fires and the burningout erator and between the dishes
Francisco importer, is amazed and angry sister. This strange enigma that sure would be filled with adventure.It of iron. the shelves to allow free circula-on
when he unexpectedly discharges her Karl Miller.At must have been fate that she
was tion of cold air. It is
the continual
with two weeks' salary and refuses any
decided to swered Karl Miller's advertisement.Fate
six; o'clock Joan go .
bewildered girl arrivesat Rusty circulation of cold air ,
explanation. or dusty furnace pipes through an
she that Mr. had
home for dinner. In two hours Mulford gone out
tho apartment she shares with her lose heat than electric refrigerator that
sister Sybil, feeling thankful that one of could easily make it and she was of business and been forced to fire which have more been quickly painted pipes with serves your food. pre-.

them still has a position, only to be told eager to tell Sybil of her good for- her.She aluminum of other paints. *
by her sister that the beauty salon where tune. was thinking so intently that
she works, is closing up. Over the pro- Her sister looked up in surpriseas when he opened the door she felt Scratches on_ furniture may be
tests of Sybil, Joan answers a secre- Joan burst into the living room. the color rush into her cheeks. And Use cleaner concealed by rubbing with good
tarial ad requiring some night work. The your vacuum on furniture polish, with lemon oil
"What on earth are you doing she knew that his keen eyes had draperies ,
fascinating proprietor, Karl Miller, engages your and slip covers be- or with linseed oil. Scratcheson
didn't chance observed her embarrassment.Karl .
home? You by any
her at once, at a salary of $50 per fore laundering them; it will make mahogany be retouched
week and Insists upon paying her in ad- quit?" seemed pleased. "Every- for less washing and rinsing and with little may
vance, even though she lacks references. "Don't be silly!" Joan cried, thing's going fine. Couldn't be bet- thus save wear on the articles. color.a stain of the same
Sybil suspects something sinister and throwing her hat on the table. "I ter. By the way, I spoke to Mrs.
divines Joan's quick Interest in Karl. have wonderful news for you. Karl Murdock. Tell your sister she can V
She pleads with her not.to take the Job can get YOUa job at the Ritz Beauty start work Monday morning."

-dinner and the invitation.two quarrel. Joan accepts Karl's Salon." "Oh thank you!" Joan cried. "It'sso I Paid for PhilippinesAt I *
Now continue with the story. Sybil was genuinely surprised."The kind of you, Karl!"
Ritz? That smart new shop on He 'rose, came around the desk.
CHAPTER III Post street?" "Has it made you happy. Joan?" the close of the War with

"Nothing less! Isn't it wonderful? "Of course," her eyes faltered be- Spain the United States agreed to

Joan felt Karl's irritation towards. Karl knows the owner. He's goingto neath the steel-blue eyes. pay Spain $20,000,000 for the Phil- World a Witch
call her and fix it up for you." ippine islands Puerto Rico The world is a witch
Sybil. "My parents are both dead, Karl Miller laughed softly as he Guam that puts
she explained. "Syb feels that she "But it's one of the best shops in drew her into his powerful arms. and Cuba, which was to be inde- us off with false shows and ap-

has to look after me." town," Sybil said unbelievingly."Of Sybil's warnings rang in her ears pendent of Spain, although the pearances William Hazlitt.IsVfcurDauqhter0.
But even Joan was annoyed to course! Wasn't it nice of him? but the pounding of her heart over- United States did not actually take

find Sybil waiting up for them later Honestly, Sybil, how can you dislike came them as her lips blindly met over Cuba, says Pathfinder. The .
that night. a man who is so kind? Imagine his. r terms were agreed upon under the '

"It's almost two o'clock," Sybil / There was strange magic in Karl treaty with Spain signed in Paris Maybe the needs some- ?
snapped. "What's the idea?" _. Ullm/IIWlIrn/ I L Miller's kiss. How long Karl held December 10, 1898, and ratified out thine her to charm.really bring She Popular '

Karl Miller looked amused as he i.r- IIYI Mimi I her in that embrace, Joan did not by the senate February 6, 1899, at can't be attractive if she'' I
stood hat in hand in the doorway."In I Iit know. When he released her he puta which time the United States Vitamin and icrawny.Bl and Encourage Iron,in VINOL.ep'e Your::druggist with.
that case, I shall say good- hand beneath her chin and looked agreed to pay the sum within hat this pleasant-tosting tonic. :

night without further delay." g \ deeply into the green eyes that were three months' time. .. .. .VINOL..w + .. . ..
When he had gone Joan turned filled with emotion.

furiously to her sister. "Why did "Oh Karl!" Joan cried but
i -ww. ''''''!'H'x, ,... <<"<
you have to say that? I'm old enoughto >:>::>');'''' : > :
before she could say more the office f\ '
tfM.f1.fh//{ :
manage my own affairs. door opened and a man entered. &;<-.,<....,>"f'"r: ,,., .' '. l:.'

beneath There Sybil's were deep blue circles eyes. Her of fatigue voice and His he eyes turned caught to go.the"Sorry little, Karl scene! ,{::<::
seemed to echo like a warning 1
See later. '
through the old-fashioned, high-ceil- ;.:;.
Joan turned back to her desk with '
inged rooms. "You've got to quit flaming cheeks but Karl Miller did \! ; meals I a year I! .,' ,
working for Karl Miller! You've got ;
not seem embarrassed. "It's all :. '
to quit tomorrow! ;;(
right, Paul! Come on in. I don't
The sisters stared at each otherin
think you've met new secretary.
the dimly lit room. Joan threw my !: F .
Miss Leland this is Paul Sherman." l.
her head back defiantly as she cried, ::;::; : ..
Joan was forced to look into a :.J\'
"You've made Karl angry! 'You had .'
no right to do that." pair of brown eyes. Their owner lSHE'S ,.-
'was tall and lithe. He had a quick
Sybil smiled ruefully. "He looked r/ v
smile, brown curly hair. It was a I
more amused than angry. "It's up I
to me to look after you, Joan. I good-looking face, with its straightnose I
feel responsible since mother and and square jaw.
dad are gone. If anything happened, "I'm very glad to meet you," Paul
Sherman said emphatically.Joan .
never forgive myself.
"I know, Syb! And we.mustn't. acknowledged the introduc-
quarrel about it." tion and turned quickly back, to her A "SELFSTARTER"MILDRED
She yawned ,and started for the typing. What would this man thinkof
bedroom but Sybil caught her arm. her? Karl had said, "My new secretary l
," which implied that they had INWOOD,
"Then you will quit working for R .
Karl Miller?" not been acquainted long. Joan told 'if "SELf-STARIE ,United Airlines dietician, I

"No. I will not. I'm twenty years // "I'f),/' herself that she didn't -care what THE BREAKFAST .:::...y',..:.'::,::..:.:..:.,:.::.:x:::::::::::::$;:::::: ::.:." plans the tempting meals

old, Sybil, and I'm not going to let "All right! From now on I'm not Paul Sherman thought, yet for of 's Com 10\S served in United's luxurious -
some indefinable reason-she did. big bo me\uitand ,1'2k ,Mainliners. She' says:
you or anyone else run my life. saying another word. You can do Iih
The grandfather's clock in the cor- just as you like, Joan." "Paul is my right-hand man," Flakiil "Delicious flavor's the main
ner chimed. Karl said, opening a panel in the (l Vt"NS, reason I like the 'Self-

"Two-thirty," Joan observed, his thinking about a job for you to- wall which revealed a tiny but com- "W&JNn,,, NS C 0 R N Starter Breakfast'*.But that
evading Sybil's worried glance. day, of all days, when he's so busy plete bar. "He manages the club. 9t tf )PR ott dish also has what it takes

"We'd better get some sleep. Don't with the club opening!" You'll probably be seeing a lot of (J \!OOD ENa ERGYof F LA K E S to help start me off feeling .11

you have to work in the morning?" Sybil was standing by the win- each other. Have a drink, Paul?" plus the tamoful al\ \h3\\aS\es. --:-.:.;;;::::;- my best. Kellogg's CornFlakes 1
"No. Today was my last day. dow. "Doesn't look like a very'good The other sat down and crossedhis \.e\lo\'J.\ \ "\ShatpensYout ap.. -9".. .........- are the big favoritemakes
From now on I'm one of the un- night for it. It's going to rain." long legs. "A short one. I haveto good you w \0 eat. JltlK.a,,- with our passengers, too."
employed." "Is that all you can say!" Joan get out front again. Things look G'le. I uHiN "ch 1YPP l'or
rho po' .*.forc" ... .una.r.pm wnrornb.d7lm.
"And you expect me to quit my cried indignantly. "Karl said may- good, Karl What do you think of ,.r.daurYou,roe. Aho ann. dino" '" au

job? Oh, no, Syb! I'm making a good be, since you didn't like him, you the club, Miss Leland?" 0101'
salary and whether you think so or wouldn't want his help. But I At the unexpected question ad-

not, Karl is a gentleman." thought you would." dressed to her, Joan started. "It's

"Maybe so," Sybil said as she Sybil turned, "You're right, Joan! very nice," she replied, dark lashes CAN VOLUNTEER '
snapped off the lamp, "but ,I don't I do need the job. You may tell sweeping over her embarrassed *
trust him." Mr.\ Miller that I appreciate it very green eyes. She had an uncanny
The next day Joan Leland arrivedat much." 'feeling that Paul Sherman was star- Help defend your country by buying U. S. Defense Bonds

the Club Elite promptly at two Joan did not notice the coldnessof ing at her, conscious of her em-

o'clock. Karl Miller's office was her sister's reply. She was hap- barrassment. She was so confused ,
filled with baskets of flowers. To- pily unconscious of the expressionon that'she made three mistakes in one

night was opening night but Karl > Sybil's face. line. It was not easy for her to turn REMEMBER DAUGHTER IF YOU
was unruffled behind his desk. "How about dinner? I'm starved.I emotion off and on as Karl Miller ,

"Good afternoon," she said de- have to be back at the club by did. She marvelled at his coolnessas BAKE AT HOME THE ONLY YEAST
murely. eight." I he sat on the edge of his desk

Her employer'was not the type to Sybil broiled the''chops while Joan and talked to Paul. WITH/ ALL THESEVITAMIN5 ,//JJ i

evade issues. "I've been thinking made a salad."I "By the way," Paul was saying, '
about your sister, Joan. Tell me see you're wearing your good his eyes still 'on Joan, "Eric wantsto is FLE'5CHMANN' S
something about her." black dress to work. What's the see you. He's in the bar. Wants
Joan removed her hat and coat idea?" you to meet some people." #

and smoothed her black hair before "Why not?" Joan retorted. "I'm "I'll go.then. Coming, Paul?"

she replied, "Sybil's a little low making fifty dollars a week now andI Paul finished his drink. "I'm right
right now. You see, she's just lost have to look my best." with you, Karl." C.
her job. The beauty shop where "You didn't seem to think it 'necessary Joan was relieved when they had

she worked has been closed." when you worked for Mr. gone. She pushed back her chair ...
Karl laughed. "Then perhaps that Mulford." and made no 'pretense of finishingthe /

was why she was in such a bad. Joan put the salad bowl on the letter she had been typing. It vAviVH
humor?" table and set places for two. "You was thus that Paul Sherman found r' _

He said it with such apparent hon- know how I feel about Karl, Syb!" her when he returned to the officea
esty that Joan was not angry. She she said in a low voice. "Why few seconds later. .N.
sat down at her own small desk be- make it hard for me?" She started guiltily when he came
p.80GLOW .b..
side Karl's and mechanically inserted "All right! From now on I'm not in. "Oh, it's you again!" air
a sheet of paper in her typewrit- saying another'' word. You can do "You don't seem too pleased to

just as you like, Joan. Maybe it's see me," Paul observed, shutting
er.Karl suddenly leaned forward. none of my business, after all." the door carefully behind him. "Butas *Per Cake: Vitamin A-2000 Units (Int.) Vitamin B!-150 Units (Int.]
Vitamin D 400 Units Int. Vitamin G-40-50 Units
( ) (56. Bour.
"Would it please you if I could help Joan put an affectionate arm about a matter of,fact, I came back on )
sister?" All of these vitamins go right; into your bread; they are not appreciably
your her sister. "Don't feel that way, purpose. t
lost in the oven.Ask for FlelSchmann's Fresh Yeast-with the labeLThe
The girl's lovely face lifted inno- darling. But give me a little credit Joan stared at him in disapproval."You yellow
cently to his. "0* Karl, could you?" for knowing what I'm-doing. I'm mean that no one wanted to

"I think so. A friend of mine, a not a child, you know." see Karl?" .
Mrs. Murdock, owns the Ritz Beau- Sybil smiled as she turned backto "Oh sure! That was legitimate,
ty Salon. If I ask her, I feel sure the stove but she said no more. but when I saw a chance to slip Housewife
she will be able to use another ex- As Sybil had predicted, it was away, I took it." His friendly smile 00
perienced girl." raining when Joan reached the club I made it difficult to be offended.

Joan's eyes were shining. "The but the weather had not seemed to "Well," Joan asked flatly, "Whatdo "Research Professor of Economy"
Ritz Beauty Salon! Oh, Karl, that's affect business. Already the first you want?" =

wonderful!" It was one of the best guests were arriving. The bar was Paul laughed, displaying even SHE'S not a Ph.D. or an LL.D.. She hasn't a diploma or a cap and gown.
shops in town. Sybil would be crowded. Gay laughter, conversa- white teeth. "To talk to you. You Her research is not done in the laboratory or the library.; As a matter .
thrilled. tion, tinkling glasses made an exciting needn't be so annoyed. After all, I of fact, her findings are made, usually, in the street car, in the subway,
But with a swift change of attitude combination of sounds which am the manager of the club." in the suburban commuter's train.
Karl had ground out his ciga- spelled success for the future. Joan Was there a hint of cynicism in She reads the advertisements in this paper with care and considera "
rette and when he turned "I'm tion. They form her research data. By means of them she makes her '
.again to felt a little thrill of pride as she his voice? sorry, Joan said,
purchases so that she well deserves the title of "Research Professor of
Joan his eyes were void of any emo- passed on down the corridor to the trying to smile. "I guess I'm not "
tion. Economy. She discovers item after item, as the years roll on, combining -
office., used to this type of work yet." high quality with low.
"Get that orchestra' leader on the She settled herself at her desk "That's what I am getting at "
; It is clear to you at once that you ... and all who make and keepa
telephone, he said. "I' have some and began 'Ito type. Karl was not Paul said seriously. "How did you home .,. have the same opportunity. With,the her'of] newspaper
instructions to give' him." there. Her mind wandered as she happen to come to work for, IfarJ advertising you,' too,. can graduate from 'the school Indiscriminate'
"Yes, Mr. Miller!" and as Joan worked.. Only a week ago she was Miller anyway-" buying,into the faculty of fastidious purchases!', -

dialed the number: she_ found Jier- I.working;, for Arthur ,Mulford._ _Now (TO BE CONTINUED)


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...:.. of long pent up justice and fair ployer and ,the public, America ment to the price control law
..:. play demanded a remedy. will surely'pull its house down passed recently by Congress, was
r" .S. TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY Industry, long dominant, had over its ears and it will awake to drawn by the Bureau and that its
; ::: formed the policy of' tramping I find itself stripped of the hard passage could be considered the
..: .
;, .:". roughshod over the rights and in- earned gains it now prizes. In his result of Bureau efforts. (The

:.;! .:.. 2: terests of the laborer and the heart the average Union workman Bankhead amendment providedthat

.".. .s. public alike, using every means in knows this truth, but fear of his I farm prices should be fixedat

., .::. I .,.. its power to gain its ends as it job, fear of bullying overlords, has not lower than 110 percent of
: :? surged ahead concerned alone with restrained his action. But. he'd parity.)

;./, ".... By RUSSELL KAY _. its own greed and selfishness.This better has.Polk wake. up, AMERICA already He said that the Federation has

,. oi."s... arrogant and heartless mis- 600,000 members with organiza-
". President Florida Press Association .<:I use of. power brought industry in- tions in 41 states and Puerto Rico.

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rapid growth of equally powerful
The deep throated voice of an demanded MORE, much MORE. labor groups, and caused govern- Organize Bureau TO COOPERATE FULLY

; aroused America growled threaten- Organized labor, attempting too ment to take a hand with stringentand
ingly the past fortnight, a man- late, to crawl back in line with a yet more stringent laws and CORAL GABLES, Apr. 2 .-
' ner that caused the genuine concern promise of future good behavior, regulations. (FNS-Pledged to cooperate fullyin
(FNS-Holding) the Farm Bureau -
and sent called to account for its con-
among congressmen was
the national "rubber
Shrewd political leaders took ad- Federation up as the potential conservation -
: a chill of apprehension up and sistent record of domineering '
t s vantage of the situation to build successor to all farm organizationsin program," 25 members of the
: down the spines of arrogant labor arrogance, sanctioned racketeering, ,I
strong fences as champions of the the state, George Fullerton, Coral
Kiwanis Club who
%, leaders and selfish industrial ty- and all around cantankerous activi-
downtrodden laboring man. They president of the Florida organization -
coons. ties as the stinging lash of out-' attended last week's luncheon at
flocked to labor meetings, insistedon at a meeting here last week,
of the raged public opinion finally crashed the Coral Gables Country Club left
The weak-hearted attempt a "label" on their literature, urged all Polk County farmers to ,
administration to "laugh it off" asa about its ears. and thumped their manly chestsas get behind the campaign to organize their automobiles at home and turn-

synthetic expression instigatedby With equal relentlessness did the they hurled abuse a.t.all. em- the Bureau in this state. ed to bicycles and horses for
a minority group failed miserably public cat-o-nine-tails descend up- ployers.
Fullerton, outlining its activi- transportation.tri .
and the menacing growl crescen- on the backs of selfish and greedy Organized labor, under the wise

doed into a mighty roar. America industrialists, profiteers and poli- and able leadership of Samuel
from border to border and coast tical puppets responsible for retarding -
.w Gompers, made rapid strides and
to coast was aroused and made its the war efforts and at
. gained in public esteem and sym-
; ::ti feeling known in no uncertain tempting advance their own private -
pathy. Government, encouraged,
.' terms. or political interests contraryto cracked down harder and harderon

.':.. Despite a marked improvement the public welfare. industry, at the same time go- ; rriy N""Tii% wyr,
in the production of war materials Startled by the concerted volumeof ing out of its way to coddle and .: : /..r4 4

;, and the elimination of strikes in the national voice, the individual cater to labor. Uncontrolled and 5 America is justly

: war industries to .a minimum, citizen, slow to realize his own unhampered by government, labor : proud of these sea

America, from the grass roots to contribution to it, listens in amaze- found itself as dominant a power as and air sentinels.
ever cracked a whip. Recklessand
the metropolis, snarled her dis- ment to the echo and tries to un- .
radical leaders replaced the
satisfaction with ,the war effort and derstand., Spontaneous though it level headed Gompers. Racketeerstook ; -,O

.. over local union groups; 0PFICIALPHOTOGRAPH
gangsters in the guise of business U. 8. NAVY

i agents or delegates stepped in to

THE POCKETBOOK line their pockets at the expenseof U. S/S.
the worker and public alike.
The right. to' ,work in certain in- SARATOGAAIRCRAFT

01 KNOWLEDGE TOPS dustries deteriorated from a free
A American institution to a matterof
I cold tribute; dues and assses-

ments increased. Strong lobbies

intimidated_ legislators, demandedmore

;. 6J and more protective legisla-
CKClciTH- tion designed to tighten their gripon

I gar NOASNESc a the worker and the public, with j.
i ''FLOUR SACKS ao as little regard for the employeras
AND FEW was formerly' shown for em
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I I MANVVVOMEWREMAKE PA 1'ERN5nJAT THEM t:1.: ually turned the swinging the tables pendlum to place grad-labor r \ ..and we are justly proud of our simple

i INTO SMART a a. in. the seat of power and, like ).." '.
1 GOOD LOOKING o oy plan for acquiring debt-free home.
'I, PRESSES p 5INC2'f1lE\: START OP THE 'ii.':: industry of an earlier day, failingto : a
fl a G ARMAMENT PROGRAM AMERICAN appreciate the advantage, labor -
f 4 \NPUSTRIE5 HAVE TRMNEP SOM3 mis-used that power to the end
'O00I WARV.GRK.108 S that 'all her gains are jeopardizedas '..
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iii '.ti-r the war emergency has broughtthis
: ; fact forceably to the attentionof
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the public.

America ,still has, faith in the I United States Defense Savings Bonds Are
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Available In Our Office
country. She has no quarrel with -

the laborer, in or out of the Union. I
j MOTORISTS COUW7 5tt But America is plenty fed up with
t ,3 *" A9PROXIMATt.0LYU76 Of : the selfish' and greedy leeches who
THEIR"ORES( |FTvKyULE> in too many Instances have used
STEAK.By AMERICAN WOMBJ WOULP position to bring the rank
PAINT 40.00O BARNS. BRIGHT REP and file of their organizations into
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between employer and em-
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. I 1 7NE vsec* '[UIBRlCIlTE"L ployee, pitted worker against worker CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
\ x' F/NSON SUBMARINfS demanded'ou.trageous. tribute
from citizen and laborer alike as

they line their own pockets and
are accounting.not even called on to give an LOAN ASSOCIATION

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:Enlist In and Thirty-six ((36) of Township seal 'of Hendry County Circuit Court, House of
of Bacon Hendry
$2000,000 Worth TO County
;; ; Forty-four (44) East South of Range thiN(OFFICIAL 2nd day SEAL of April) 1942. the City of LaBelle, Florida Florida, offer for
(32) ;
the East Half (E%) of Section WILLIAM T. HULL sale and sell at public outcry to the (,. I I
And highest
Defense Bonds Sold U. S. Naval Reserve Eighteen (18) and all of Sections Clerk of tho Circuit, Court, hand that and certain best bidder for cash In
Twenty (20), Twenty-eight: (28). Hendry County, Florida tract of land piece, parcel or
), and oSout) of Fred H. Mellor, Fort Myers, Fla. in said Final mentioned and described
lt(44) Decree
Township Forty-four of Attorney for Plaintiff. and more particularly :
'JACKSONVILLE, Apr. 2-'(FNS) MARINELAND, Apr. 2FNSW. ).- Range Thirty-three (33) East, con- April 3, 10, 17, 24 and May 1.CERTIFICATE Section described 1, as follows to-wit: I
Township 46 South
-Reporting on results achieved in Douglas Burden, president of taining As the 5,120 heirs.acres Devisees more or legatees less, Range 33 East, Hendry County,

the'sale of Defense Bonds and this or otherwise by, thru or Florida. ,
Marine Studios, announced I Grantees defendants OP" Said lands to be sold In accordance
Stamps ia Florida, deputy" administrator leave of under the above named CORPORATEDISSOLUTION' with the provisions of. and to satisfy
indefinite them:
weekthat an or any of said, Final Decree.
Karl Lebmanu It appearing from the sworn bill
'week that up to Feb. 28 more absence had been granted MiltonE. of complaint and supplemental bill IN THE NAME AND BY AUTHORITY Master A. RIDER
filed in the above cause that OF THE As Special in Chancery.
than $42,000,000worth of bonds Bacon, Jr., who has served as each thereto of the defendants is a non- TO ALL TO-STATE WHOM OF) THESE FLORIDA.PRES Mar. 20, 27, April 3. 1942.

and stamps had been purchased by press and public relations officerof I resident of the State such of Florida defendant or ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
the residence of This
that is to certify
Floridians, an average of over $1- the organization since 1937. Is unknown as set forth above; Atwood Dunwody,. Miami that whereas Florida,
000,000 a week for ten months.- I It is therefore ordered that eachof Elliott Dunwody, Miami, Florida, R. POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS
Florida had led all other Southern Bacon leaves his post on April the above named defendants ap- B. Cole Miami Florida, did on the I
styled cause on
in the above 22nd
day of
pear May A. D.
states in volume of sales up 1 to enter the service with the Monday, the 4th day of May 1942, a to be incorporated under 1940 the cause pro- !

to December and was eighth in the public, relations branch of the Unit- rule day of said court the Circuit at the Court officeof visions of Chapter 10096, Laws of
the Florida. Acts' of
United States in per capita volumeof ed States Naval Reserve. of Hendry County, Florida, to the Bill SUGAR PLANTATIONS 1925 EVERGLADES INC., a cor-

sales from May 1, 41 to Feb- Bacon ranks high among Florida The of Complaint Florida Land filed and against Timber them Company by- business poration, at with Miami its ,principal Dade County place of in FOR. COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER NO. 1

ruary 28, '42. publicity men, is immediate past A Corporation the same ,beinga the State of Florida, and'whereas the

Scattering reports on March president of the Florida Publicity bill for the the foreclosure above described of a lands mort-; proper officers of such corporation This will announce my candidacy'

sales indicate they have run in and Public Relations Association, :. gage otherwise upon the allegations of said bill did 1942,on cause the 27th to be day filed of in March the, office A. D. for commissioner.re-election District to the office No.1.of subject county
excess of $5,000,000.State and chairman of the Florida State will be taken and as the confessed cause by proceed of the Secretary of State of the State to the will of the voters in the May
of Florida,
a duly authenticated Primaries.,
administrator, John L. Chamber of Commerce tourist com- ex parte. lution adopted by the stockholders reso- I am now serving my first term as
Fahs expressed himself as very mittee. The Clewiston circulation News, a printed newspaperof and. under the provisions of said Chapter commissioner of this district and Invite -
far and general Flor- 10096 Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925 the public to make a close Inspection -
gratified with results so in Hendry County,
Through his efforts thousands of published showing the dissolution of such cor- of my record as board
the a
stated that every effort would be ida, is hereby designated as poration and the Secretary of State member during this time.
feature articles, rotogravure pic- ,newspaper In which this order shall is satisfied
made to see that Florida held an tures and other favorable Florida be published once a week for four law have been that complied the requirements with. of preciated.Your support and vote will be ap-

enviable position as a leading statein publicity has appeared in the newspapers consecutive WITNESS weeks.hand and the of- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have G. E. ETHERTON.
my hereunto
,this national effort. and magazines of the coun- j r ficial seal of the Circuit Court of fixed the,set Great my Seal hand of and the have State af-of (Paid Political Adv.) .
this 2nd day
Hendry County, Florida, Florida, at Tallahassee the
,try. of April 1912.OFFICIAL this the twenty-seventh
day of
Safety Training ( SEAL) A. D. 1942. March I FRIENDS:: AND
R. J. Eastman, for the past two _. WILLIAM T. HULL, VOTERS OF
years assistant to Mr. Bacon, will Clerk Circuit Court of ,
Secretary of, State.
Needed In FloridaTAMPA Hendry County Florida. It.
have charge of public
Fred H. Mellor, Fort Myers, Fla. i(: announce my candidacy for reelection -
work during his absence.If Attorney for Plaintiff. to the office of State Rep-
April 3, 10, 17, 24 and May 1. resentative. from Hendry. County with
full knowledge of the duties involvedand
it's results you want, then trya TWEIiFTII JUDICIAL! CIRCUIT OF with the belief that experience
the need for trained THE STATE OF gained in previous service qualifiesme
cognizing FLORIDA' IN AND
; I II ORDER OF .PUBLdCATIOX FOR IIEA'DRY to perform such duties to the
safety men In industry, the United want ad in The Clewiston Ne} s.I CERY .COUNTY IN CIIAN- benefit of Hendry County and the
OF HEN- State of Florida at large.I .
States Department of Labor has IN THE CIRCUIT FLORIDAIN COURT pledge a continuation of sound
I DRY COUNTY; NO. 934 constructive representation and will

created the "National Committeefor ORDER OF PUBLICATION .CHANCERY.Case No. 911- LYKES BROTHERS, INC., a I appreciate your consideration of my

Conservation of Manpower in THE. FLORIDA LAND AND TIMBER corporation, candidacy. on May 5th.
Plaintiff I ,
War Industries for the { Political'Adv.)
purposeof vs. ,
training in safety at no cost to CHANCERYCase Plaintiff, MORRIS'SELCOW and MRS. MORRIS
employee.A No. 730 versus SELCOW, his wife, the unknown heirs, &I "
:management or THE FLORIDA LAND AND. TIMBER HERMA N. CLARK, ET ALS., devisees; grantees assignees, lienors FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
preliminary survey to determ COMPANY, Defendants.THE creditors trustees, or other claimants DISTRICT NO.1.
ine the need of industrial safety A Corporation, STATE OF FLORIDA TO: by through under. or against :Morris
Plaintiff THOMAS A. GREEN, if' living, andif I Selcow and Mrs. Morris Selcow, his Tliis will.' :
training co"urses in this area was versus dead, all parties claiming interest wife, who are not known to be dead or announce my candidacy
:made recently by Hon. Judge D. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL REALTY under Thomas A. Green, ,Deceased, or alive, etc., et al., for. the office of County Commissioner -
of -" from District No.1. ,
COMPANY, otherwise the last i Defend nfs: ,
Petree, regional representative, and A Corporation, etc., Et Als., said Thomas A. Green being 3022 Que NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE in During my eleven years residence
Clewiston and
James M. Cobb, regional safety DefendantsTHE Street Washington, D. C., and if the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that with its ''people I believe constant contact
that I'
married, am
said Thomas A. Green be ,
STATE OF FLORIDA TP: under and by virtue of and pursuant
consultant, of Montgomery, Ala. Ethel Pruitt, if living: and if dead, the wife of- said Thomas A. Green, to a Final Decree of Foreclosure and as district familiar and with the problems of the
all parties claiming interests under whose name is unknown, and all Sale county as anyone in the
It was definitely decided that made and entered in the above district and promise that if elected
Ethel Pruitt, Deceased, otherwise parties claiming any interests in and entitled '
or ,
cause on the 13th day of I shall ,administer the
there is. need for such trainingin in of
a lands
whose residence is unknown; to the following described March, A. D.. 1942, the undersigned the office with fairness and
this state and the University of Maud L. Baker, if living; and if Hendry County, Florida: Master named: therein will, between Your vote on May 5th will honesty.be sin- G
dead all parties claiming interests "Section Six (6), Township Forty- and during the legal hours of sale
Tampa, Tampa, and University of under Maud L. Baker, Deceased, or eight (48) South of Range Thirty- on Monday, April 6th. 1942 in front cerely- appreciated.PARKER T. WILSON..
Florida, Gainesville, were designated otherwise, whose residence is unknown two (32) 'East, of the West door. of the County Court '(Paid Political Adv.)
; as the heirs devisees, legatees,
as training centers. Cedric J. Priebe, if living, and if grantees or otherwise, by, thru or I .
Lawrence B. Tipton, National dead, all parties claiming interests under any of the said defendants:
under Cedric J. Priebe, Deceased. or It is hereby ordered that each of
Safety Supervisor, will meet with otherwise, the residence of'said the above named defendants appearin
industrial leaders in Tampa this Cedric J. Priebe being last knownas the. above styled cause on Mon-
Kings County, New York; day the 4th day of May, 1942, a Rule
week to outline the program. Virginia M. Spitler, if living, and day of said court, at the office of f/
if dead, all parties claiming inter- the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ;
ests under Virginia M. Spitler, Deceased Hendry County, Florida, to answer
PUBLISHER QUALIFIES AS or otherwise tire last known the bill of complaint filed herein' the r t .
LEGISLATURE CANDIDATE address. of said Virginia M. Spitler same being a bill for the foreclosureof
being 402 25th Street Far Rocka- a mortgage upon the'above described -
way, N. Y.; lands; otherwise the allega-
APOPKA, Apr. '2-(FNS)-J. E. And if any of the said defendants tions of the said bill will be takenas
above named be married, the spousesof confessed by said defendants and 3r
(Robbie Robinson
) publisher of
the said defendants, whose. names the cause proceed ex parte. '
the Orange County Chief of Apopkaand are unknown, The Clewiston News a newspaperof
the Orange And all parties and persons claim- general circulation printed and )
West News of
Winter ing any interests'' in and to the fol- published in Hendry County, Florida, :
Garden, .qualified as a candi- lowing described lands in Hendry is hereby designated as the news- 4
County, Florida: paper in which this order shall be
date for the legislature in group "The North Half (N%) of Section published once a week' for four con: : # *
1, Orange County. Twelve (12), and all of Sections secutive weeks.: \ : :
This popular central Florida Twenty-four (24), Twenty-six (26), WITNESS my hand and official ,
newspapermanresides in Maitland,

(is vice president of the Young .. .. .. ........ .. . . ..
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executive secretary of the Young'
Democrats of Florida. He has long '......, : : _
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: Spoke Direct From Heart 1 A quiz with answers offering ??

: My enemies hove '
When Bill O'Dwyer was runningfor A NO TilER information on various subjects \

.'- beater me. district attorney in Brooklyn he s
Just tt the pre,er t usually appeared on the platform hhhMhhhhhhhhhM-e-M hh I hhhhhhthhh/+-hhMh.1. .

writing, JM 4gJ with a piece of paper in his hand The Questions 5. A man who works per diem

. But I fool ostensibly covered with notes 'of does so by what?
,j rtybe.. ctr> the address he was about to make. 6. What is the singular of.
C. 1. What color is the bottom
Washington, D.
: hyet look
t He would around the audi- "dice"?
\ stripe of the American ? And
SENIORITYWar ence, say "Hello, Joe," to one listener flag
I 4 ; If I ffo right -i: and Navy Secretaries Stim- the top?
: "Howya, Harry, to anoth- The Answers
j : on fioktintf son and Knox let the senate foreign I er. Then he'd smile and tell the 2. According to the 1940 census, -'
i "" ., 'CIr4A relations committee in on a number what percentage of the-U. S.
i audience: "I didn't know I 'would popu- 1. Red on top and bottom. __
:iJ ''r,.: i of military secrets, which cannot be have so many friends here tonight. lation lives in urban' centers? 2. A total of 56.5 ,per cent.

J disclosed, when they testified be- I[ don't need notes to talk to you I 3. A frugivorous man subsistson 3. Fruit.

J i:: hind closed doors on the $500,000,000loan cabinet people," and he'd throw away the what? 4. The United States spent

to China. In return, the paper. "To you I can speak from 4. While France spent, $2 0,000 $350,000 on the pedestal and erec-
.'-' officers were vouchsafed a political here," indicating his heart.A on the construction of the Statueof tion of the Statue of Liberty. 'in

\ ,'.' secret by Senator Tom Connally, curious reporter one night Liberty, how much did the New York harbor.

z' committee chairman, which can be picked up the discarded paper. It United States spend on its erec- 5. By the day.
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courtly Texan was confronted
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,; to decide whether Stimson or Knox
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT should be the first witness. Finally -

".::" secretary, he turned and to said the: 74-year-old' war SAVE A DIME A CARTON I

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V -, ,. PHOTO SERVICE you first. I believe you have
seniority." .
j The Best Buy for a Quarter "I won't stand on my seniorityif

Ever OfferedAny you prefer hearing Mr. Knox," .. '7ok'k
6 or 8 exposure roll scientifically de.veloped smiled Stimson.
and enlarged to nearly postcard
size ........................... OKp.\ "Oh, we insist," said Connally. I'P
.: 35-M-M film developed vaporated and en- "We are great believers in
36 100.
larged to 3V x'4 exposures
18 exposure 65c. seniority here in the senate. If
Send postcard for free mailing bags
DELUXE PHOTO SERVICE that weren't so, some of us com- '
",. 'P. O. Box 15, Station C mittee chairmen wouldn't have :
.-, Brooklyn, N. Y. our jobs." \ \

Note: Though not named by Con-

PORTRAITBeautiful nally, Senator Reynolds of North

Carolina, chairman of military af-
MAC ARTHUR suitable for framing. Send fairs, is definitely in this category. y r

" "' .. HUNTER only lOc ,your 715 West name Adams and address St., Chicago.to M. Able Senator Austin, though a Re-

publican, does the real work of the .
senate military affairs committee.
Recognition Given

hot, backstage fight betweenthe L------
When a firm, decisive spirit is
army, navy and maritime com- r
recognized it is curious to see mission has developed over Brig. :' :'< '.
how the space clears a
Gen. Charles P. Gross and his am-
man and leaves him room and bitious plan for the army to take UNION MADE .- PLAIN OR CORK TIPS

freedom.-John Foster. over all war shipping. The row has u

\, even gone up to Harry Hopkins and -S.
to Transportation Czar Joe East- 5 THE BEST BUY in popular-priced cigaget ten_ coupons-plus the two extra in

man, so far without settlement. rettes today is a carton of Raleighs. You each carton of Raleighs cork-tipped, or

._ Crux of the battle is that General valuable pack four extra with Raleighs plain. That
NONE get a coupon on every ,
.. .'
Gross, an infantry officer recently
SURER placed in charge of army transpor- : good in the U. S. A. for %t in cash, or makes a total coupon saving of 9 or

c:, WORLD LAMEST SELLER AT IOC tation,. is eager to take over docks, even more in luxury premiums of every 10% a carton! Try Raleighs today-a

ships, rails and inland transportation sort. Get Raleighs by the carton and you better-tasting smoke plus...a dividend! S '

LEND FOR VICTORY operate all of the supply ships .
which now sail under the maritime J
Y ; -:. .Make :Your Money Count;. commission and the navy.

f Buy U. S. Defense Bonds The maritime commission and the ii1Egive
Raleigh 1
navy, however, claim that the job coupons
ofthe armyis to remain on the


the sea-dogs realized what luxury gifts I* W

was happening, however, General /
For Headache, Gross had quietly written out an or-
"li Sour Stomach der and taken it to Joe Eastman, like these Kitchen Ensemble.Attractively
IL 11C8COt, i Remington Double-Header for decorated set of eight
and Dizzy
D 'J who was on the verge of signing it.
non-irritating shaves. kitchen containers.AC. .
" s Spells when Gross is under General Somerville, De luxe leather case.115v.

.. ,li caused by Con-Use the quartermaster general, who was
n, stipation. New York WPA administrator under
: N 15 doses 'ford Harry Hopkins, and Somerville has 1 a
only 10 cents. pushed the plan with his old friendin y '
the White House. 9 7.6 rr

e However, ex-Budget Director Lewis -
Douglas, newest addition to the UNITEDD oaraus STATE! 1 / ;4 ,

v I" maritime commission, so far has lAYIdGS 6oNDf / / it f III

blocked the army grab. He claims
the army has enough to do fight-
ing, without sailing ships.. 122 Defense Sayings Stampsmay

llld Mus now be obtained through
) hieiys Brown& Williamson. Send 133
'f', BRITISH RED TAPE"There'll Coffee Table with inlaid top Raleigh coupons for each dollar Walnut Serving Tray with colorful
be beautifully matched walnut stamp Defense Stamp Album, inlay.IW 19.Beverof -
always but
an England,
,'. ".:" and mahogany. shown above, free on request. age-proof. Very practical.B .
U. S. fliers now trying to save India are
: For You To Feel Well wondering why. British officials in Indiadon't
,. &W coupons also packed with Kool Cigarettes. Write for premium catalog.
24 hours every day 1 days every want them to enter India until 31
week, never Itopping:, the kidneys filterS days,, after they have taken yellow fever
. \ waste matter from the blood. shots. that time the
If more people were aware of how the By Japanese, who
kidneys must constantly remove surplus don't have to observe the 31-day rule, may / I
fluid, excess adds and other waste obviate the need of U. S. fliers going to
matter that cannot stay In the blood
India all.
without injury to health,'there wouldbe at '
.. better understanding of why the CC
whole is when kidneys fall
system upset
Stopping Inflation
to function properly., C t 1 N '
Burning,scanty or too frequent urination Inside fact about the current quar-
sometimes warns that something rel over inflation and the farm bill
Is wrong. You may suffer nagging back-
ache, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic is that sage old Bernie Baruch long e I
pains, getting at nights swelling.
up warned the
Why not try Doan's Pills You will ago President,_ Leon I HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN I
.) ,. be using a medicine Doan'i stimulate recommended the function the Henderson and the inner circle that .HERE'S WHAT YOU DO "8 al.1 or Smith and Private Barton
country over. -
You have 133 chances to win. If II
V of the kidneys and help them to they could not stop inflation if they I It'aeimple.It'efun.Justthinkup
flush out poisonous waste from the put the brake only on prices. alast line to this jingle.Make euro Always buy the Raleigh carton. you send in more than one entry, I
blood. They contain nothing harmful. chances of winning will be ;,
Get Doan't "Price-fixing is like a fourleggedchair I it rhymes with the word"one. your
today. Use with confidonce. Extra coupons in each one that much better. Don'tdelay.
V At all drug stores.DOAN ," Baruch warned them. "Hwon't Write your last line of the --- I''
stand on two legs or even I jingle on the reverse side of a Start thinking right now. I I i
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Raleigh package (or a
SPILLS three.There is I facsimile thereof), sign it with First prize $100.00 cash I
no use
regulating con- your full name and address, and Second prize 50.00 cash I
"S sumer prices, he said, unless you I mail'it to Brown & Williamson originality and aptness of the line you write.
also regulate profits, also wages, Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box 1799, Judges'decisions must be accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash II
WNU-7 13-42 also farm prices. If one of them I Louisville, Kentucky! p.ostIn caso of ties, duplicate prizes will be 5 prizes of $10.00. 50.00 cash
gets out of hand,the others will too. marked not later than midnight, awarded. Winners will be notified by mail. \
\ Baruch, who was head of the War I April, 11,1942. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00 cash I I

Industries board in the last has You may enter as many last Brown&Williamson Tobacco Corp., theiradvertising 100 prizes of a carton I
lines as wish.Jf they are all agents, or
I 150.00
S been harping on this point for writtenonseparateltaleighpack-and ideas therein become tho property of Raleighs I

: "All the Traffic months. He urged congress more I age wrappers (or facsimiles). of Brown & Williamson Tobacco -
133 PRIZES $500.00)
than a year ago to adopt a very high Prizes will be awarded on the Corporation. I

Would Bear" the excess war profits profits tax from to take industry away; and all I Next time get the pack with the coupon on the back.

at the same time he urged the

President to clamp down on wagesas "
I\ ;-.: well as prices. I
; ; "'S O There was a time America The President actually got a little s
irritated at Baruch's pounding awayon RALEIGHCIGARETTE
when there were no setprices. this theme Today, however,

'.. .' Each merchant charged what chief resentment of the farm beltis 0
"'J not so much against Roosevelt's
he "the
thought traffic would
urging that farm, prices be kept I
bear. Advertising came to down, but over the fact that labor's
income has
the rescue of the.consumer. skyrocketed while the
farmer's hasn't. Furthermore, the
T> the way to the estab-
farmer complains that he has to
: Any parent "*"s you pay when lot more for his labor-when he The Merchants Who Advertise Are Not
-.I school' and who can get it at all-but he 'Can't in-

S. roll in the .schoWthing today. crease his farm prices proportion-

.F"I contact rector, on Prof.Thursday Fran ately. Afraid of Their Merchandise or Prices

3 are now available.


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Biorein is also serving as head of more vegetables, more eggs and
FestivalOn Deadline
To Stage Music the Florida Defense Council and we must help> to supply them 'by RegisteringIs Tire and Tube Quota .

is chairman of the U. S. Indepen- starting right here at home. It is
: April 16, 17 and 18 dent Telephone' Association's nat- among the small and low-income Saturday, April 18th For Month of AprilL.

ional defense committee, and di- farmers with whom we have been

TAMPA Apr. 2FNSTampawill vides his time between Washingtonand working: and' ,will continue to work County ,:Supervisor of Registration i I I
Florida. that there lies the, largest
again play host to young musicians possibility John L. Hall wants to remind .' M. Jennings, Hendry ,County

of the state when the Annual of increased food production voters of Hendry County that the ration board administrator,
High School Music Festivals Officials of County- ," the office announces. The deadline for registering is. Satur- an-
nounced the
following as the tire
Farm Security Administration has
staged here, April 16, 17 18.
day, April 18.
Intensified its regular loan .and and tube quota: for the month of
transportation difficulties '
"Despite," ,said John G. Pollard, direc- (Continued on 'page' 10). guidance program and extended Under a. new law passed at the April which he, will divide between ,
for a fall harvest this Food for Freedom 'loans to other: last session of the legislature all
tor ot the event, "all indications I to plant cane the. LaBelle and Clewlston boards:
farm laborers sharecroppers, ten-
Joint to a well attended and successful year the go ahead order given by voters must re-register in order to Six: tires, '28 retreads and 18
ants and part time farmers who
would mean
Washington now grow- '
festival this year. be eligible to vote in coming elec- tubes for '
ing seed for planting in the fall. previously have 'been .ineligible for passenger cars; 30 tires,

'Schools already entered include Cross is assistant to A. E.' Bow- rehabilitation loans. These loans tions. 26 retreads and 28 tubes for trucks.
:Robert E. Lee of Jacksonville, Leon
man, chief of the sugar division of are made to those low income rural -
of Tallahassee, Summerlin of Bar- "
people who cannot finance food
the war production board and with "
tow. Hillsboroueh.. Thomas Jeffer-!,Mr. ,Bowman made the trip to south production from ,any other credit .'
f'Tampa and Sen-
Florida Friday to study among source, provided they- have enough
ior High Schools of Clearwater land and will the
other things the problem of trans- necessary
Moore Haven Manatee, Lake Al-
porting Cuban sugar into the Unit- work.
fred Plant City and Sanford, while f
additional entries' are being re- ed States and the possibility of cane Any person desiring to make application -
growing in this area and the location or receive further infor- .
ceived daily.
of a sugar mill presumably mation concerning this program !
"Music is recognized as a J '
at LaBelle. ,, may contact Burnett Bartlett, County -
'dominant force in the maintenance
The LaBelle party was made up 'RR Supervisor, May M. Fulton,
xif national morale, said Pollard,
of J. O. Davidson, chairman of the HM Supervisor or Arthur W. Smith;
"and the federal and state governments -
board of county commissioners and Assistant Clerk at the Farm Se-
are doing all they can
members of the cooperative board, curity Administration office on the
'to its promotion, particularly -
encourage; ." ''President D. G. McCormick Sec- second floor of the County CourtHouse t
with the youth.
retar '-Treasurer C. A. Davis, Di- Okeechobee, or by writ-

Tampans look forward to the rector Earl R. Murray and County ing to any of the abo'"e.ill. care of INWSTWA W i I I rPRODUCfi (
'entertainment of the state's music Agent D. H. Ward. the Farm Security Administration I I i ,
minded youngsters each year and P. O. Box 248 Okeechobee, Fla. I'
.arrangements for housing and en-
tertainment are complete for the Road 29 Surfacing
H. A. Rider
''Coming event. UnopposedFor

Nobel Cain and William Powell Halted At Frierson'sMoore

Twadell two outstanding musicians, County AttorneyHendry p

have been engaged to judge the
( Haven Democrat)
contests and assist in directing. the
ve nt. Surfacing of',State Road 29 fr mSmoak's ( County News)
Corner eastward through
H. A. Rider has no oppositionas
r Benbow Village was completed last
Plastic he seeks re-election to the of- .
Important week as far as It will go for the

I Ierected. present and is now being shapedup fice of county attorney of Hendry

with graders. preparatory to County. Mr. Rider's name failed to I (
(Continued from Page 1)
.' oiling it is announced by D. B. appear in the list of candidates 1
Hampton who has had charge of the
Bagasse after chemical treatment published last week who paid fil- .
work.It i
"is reduced to 'a powder resembling ing fees .though : -
he had
duly quali- .
had : .
To make plastic been hoped that the surfacing 1t ,
coarse sugar. :, might be carried fied. Ir i ie
''articles the powder is poured into ,completelythrough ; ,
metal molds. The molds are heat- Liberty Point to the coun- Attorney Rider is now' 'rounding j 4;( tYt -- 1 1v .
ty line but the funds which
ed to .several'hundred degrees, were I out his second term in office, and '
'3000 pounds of pressure per square made available only: 'surfaced the .
this is makes
road ,the second time he K3 }
a point a short distance east
"inch is turned on, and the cane
"flour turns momentarily into a of the home of J. E. Frierson. This the race without an opponent.

liquid.In I covers' the worst of the road exceptfor

less than one minute the"liquid a rocky spot at Shawnee Farms
and the 'State Road I II
changes into an iron-hard I Department :

finished plastic .arti le.' I plans'to do some work to smoothup

Has Advantage 11 this section of this much-

travelled .
Technically bagasse has an important -
... ..... old road was in spots almost
; ,,advantage over many other
plastics which use wood flour as completely without surfacing and at

;. dart; of their composition. Ba- least six inches of!,marl has been WE.AREBACK "J
placed on the roadbed. This will aa
.'. gasse requires no wood or other
be shaped and
flour. made as smooth as

Possibilities of the cane plastic possible before the priming coat .

/ Include auto bodies and boats up of oil is applied.: This will makea ,

to 20 feet in length. There is a servicable road through the main .... .

prospect; of'. a cane plastic cheap part of the county's farming area :, ? '_\.';": .' -, ..: '1
for some time to come. IN THE ." .
enough to make doors and win- ;, ::r
dow casements that will not need .
painting. The new plastic takes I F. S. A. Announces .
countersunk metal plating in ornamental -

designs. Food for Freedom Loans
Other sugar companies are reported -
.!laboratory work on -
oagasse plastics. The" prospects To meet the needs for a vast increase ,

'.. "are so attractive that JMaj. Meigs in food production, 'necessaryand '

O. Frost, New Orleans writer, said very vital to the Allied Nations I

.,. It is possible cane sugar may be- all out effort to win the war, .'
'come a by-product: of a sugar cane the Farm Security Administration .j. '.- }...t'i.'" .. BUSINESS. ',--i
p.: plastics; industry. announces the availability of small ; /' -
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Food for Freedom loans up to the ,! i : '. : -
\ 'CARL rjnOREIX TO SERVE OX Amount of $100.00. These loans I (._ .'.',,.:.,,'!"i.-: <._.: ., ,\-! i.;" ." .::,

NATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD may be used for the purchase of '; -

r: --_ garden seed fertilizer insecticideand ." / :

f.-'' TAMPA Apr. 2-FNS-Carl D. small farm implements family I : WX <: .

,. Brorein president of the Peninsular milk cow, family flock of chickens, ;;

Telephone Company ', was drafted brood sow, canning equipment and : .. .

last weak by Donald Nelson to pressure cookers. ; < .

, ... ,serve en the National Advisory "We all know that there must I :'

;;. Board '; Communications Dhisino. be more milk. more fats and oils, ,, 'Come In And See Us :

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