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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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} ",: VOLUME 13-NUMBER 21 CLEWJSTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION$2.00 PER YEAR :

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' II.t.: : ,, : Sugar Harvest To Close Martin Rationing New ChairmanOf BoardW. Stifel-Nicolhaus Co.' Buys 1{




; On April 18 City Revenue Certificates 'j

. ; Saturday N. Martin, at a recent meet-

ing of the local rationing board, .
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.', ,, :- Usual Festival Events Bob Beardsley Wins succeed E. L.: Stewart who resigned Junior-Senior Dance i USSC Bid TransferredTo :{

.. that position but still remains -

':. "' ::.,i.-. '. 7. To Be Held During Honors At UniversityBob Mr.: 'a Martin board announces member. .that Clew- And Banquet Friday I Give City Benefit ..>J

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; ':;: --:.:: .- r' ', ,Following Week iston's quota ,for April on tires and I II of Better. Price .::

Beardsley, son of Mr, and tubes is as follows:' Passenger The annual Junior-Senior ->1
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and ':
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley of Clewistonand 'cars-three tires, 14 retreads quet will/be held next Friday ban-'I -- '"'

The United_ States Sugar Cor- a Junior at the University of 9 tubes; trucks-15 tires, 13 retreads ing at-the Clewiston Inn at The city commission this week

poration announced this morning Florida at Gainesville, was elected and 14 tubes. and will be followed by a dance in announces that Stifel-Nicolhaus _'

that harvest operations would prob- this 'week to serve as president of Following is a list of the tires the high school auditorium to I Company of' Chicago has.purchased

ably be complete in all plantations the athletic council for next term. and tubes for which certificates which the public is invited. the $175,000in revenue certifi-

: and the last deliveries of cane madeto In addition to this honor Bob were given by the board during Playing for the dance will, be cates which makes possible the "

the sugar: house here next Saturday has been pledged to Alpha Zeta, March. There were more than Joe Balsamo, and his eight-piece acquisition of the water and power

April 18, thus closing the honorary' agriculture fraternity and enough truck tires to take care of orchestra of West Palm Beach and plants and distribution systems here '.
:
longest harvest season in the history the Scabbard and Blade, honorarymilitary the local demand: tickets are on sale at $1.25 per and that the city will probably -,:

of operations. fraternity. Four passenger tires and tubes couple or 75 cents for stags. take 'over the operation of the }

to Fr.' Timothy J. Geary, pastor of utilities on May 1. "
The will finish its
sugar house
St. Margaret's Catholic Church. The commission met on April 1 '7

grinding operations' Sunday and One retread truck tire, Hydraulic to receive bids in accordance with '
before Monday, 'morning 'manufacturing FEDERAL DECREE IS DR. BOURNE IS GIVEN
operations will be completed. Tractor Sales; City of Clew- a previously advertised notice and
tire and tube for grader -
iston, one no one appeared to represent certain -
truck class; Standard Oil Co., "interests who had indicated
Contacted this morning, Jay: W. GIVEN IN FAVOR OF 2 truck tires and tubes; 'U. S. FULL PATENT RIGHTSTO I they would place a bid on the

Moran, vice-president and general Sugar Corp., one truck tire and revenue certificates. The only bid ,

manager of the sugar corporation, E. D. D. REFINANCINGAn tube; Inter-county Telephone and CANE VARIETIESLitigation received was from the United ':
stated that production figures for .
Telegraph Co., 2 truck tires; F. G. States Sugar Corporation and after .
the crop' season were unavailableat Johnson, one truck tire and ,tube; receipt of that bid the commission
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this time and it might be sev- Strickland Lumber Co., four' truck went into executive session and decided -
eral weeks such figures were interlocutory 'decree by Fed- which has continuedfor
before tires and tubes; U. S. Sugar Corp., I to accept it.
released. 'However this season, eral Judge Waller of Miami this tire.WPB the past five years through

J continuing for 191 days, will be week' apparently ended important one I which the State of Florida hopedto The bid submitted by the sugar

the longest season, exceeding the litigation connected with the refinancIng secure patent rights to three corporation "was at 95% plus accrued -

previous high of 174 days in of the Everglades Drain- varieties of sugar cane developedby interest from January 1 to

1939-40. age District and to all intents and RULING IS NOT Dr. B. A. Bourne while ,he was -date of delivery of the certificates.

purposes the district is now legally employed at. the Agricultural ,Experiment Jay W. Moran, vice-president and
On the Tuesday following the
refunded. It is pointed out by Station at Belle Glade general manager of the sugar' cor-
of the harvest the usual
y. completion field events and barbecues will be members of the drainage district EXPECTED TO AFFECT several years ago, appeared this poration, who submitted the bid,

\ board ,that even further litigationwill week to be at an end when the commented before the commissionthat
held in each of the villages of
not now prevent, the .refinancing -: State Supreme Court ruled in favorof the management of the Clew-
the Western Division and the ;winners CLEWISTON HOUSINGThe -
as contemplated. Dr.Bourne, upholding a decis- iston Realty and Development Cor-
of events will go to Townsite
ion .made by Circuit Judge Geo. poration in'' cooperation with the
Village the following day for the The board met in Miami Tues-
day as soon as Judge Waller's decree W. Whitehurst three years ago. sugar corporation had previously
final events. At this; time prizes announcerment of the War secured a buyer for the certificatesat
was given and made arrangements ,Dr. Bourne, vice-president' '
now
for the events as well as prizes for Priorities Board that no more new
a private sale for 98 % and the
outstanding workmanship performances for transmitting $519,000 to construction would be permitted in charge of research of the United commission was informed that this

will be given out and service Reconstruction Finance Corporation apparently will have no effect on States Sugar Corporation, developed -, price was available to the city for

pins awarded those who have five, which.will return it immediately the completion of, more than a these three varieties of the certificates. The -commission,
y
ten fifteen of to the ,Broward County Bank cane which were extremely popular,
or twenty: years service hundred houses under construction nevertheless, voted to receive
'with the corporation.On and Trust Company ot Fort Lau- proposed here ,according to of- while employed at the Belle Glade competitive bids in accordance with

,. ." ......"" Wednesday: '.jjlsdt. then.Eastern. :derdale creditors for on the'th-basis ayment of which ClassB ficials of the building companieswho station but court; evidence:. showed" the',conditi9n5vqf"the advertisement ,,---:
Division will hold field' upon have been iriforma'tionsince that he was tfndei contract. to a '
seeking
4ts day and. settlement made vhlch appeared: in the Clewiston
was ,twentysixcents private sugar corporation to undertake *
barbecue and similar prizes will the edict was made. News shortly before the sale was
the dollar. Small credi- ,
on "
research when employedby '
be awarded to those, in the Western The only result apparently was held.
tors will be paid as. rapidly as pos- the station and that station of- '
Division. ..
to Lumber The bid of the corporationwas
prevent Bishop-Wilson sugar
sible by this bank which charges ficials were' aware of' this. When
,The barbecue for the white em- Company with continuing for the accompanied by a ,certified
only small fee for handling the
a
patents, were granted, however, the
ployees, their families and friends. accounts.An present, with the construction of check representing ten per cent of
state took the matter into the
, will be held at the sugar warehouse twenty-five houses they had plan- the bid and assured the city a buyer -
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additional amount will be remitted courts and Dr. Bourne has been' restrained -
". on Thursday, April 23, at' ,ned. This was due, however, to for the certificates.This .
for five from collecting -
to R.F.C. for
shortly
one o'clock and the dance will be very the fact that the appropriation for years week the management of
the purchase of all outstanding royalties from sale of the '
held that evening from 10 o'clock Title .6 mortgage guarantees had the ,United States Sugar' Corporation -
bonds not at present owned by cane which the, patents allowed.
until 2 o'clock in the same build- run out before they received com- announces that it has been
R.F.C. Holders of these bonds can This has been accumulative, how-
ing. mitments. They were assured this successful in placing its bid with
obtain their money, 57 cents on the ever, and the court's decision will
week, however, that this will be (Continued on page 5))
,
dollar by sending the bonds by reg- enable him to collect on all sales
taken care of shortly through a
Public. Invited .ToSpelling istered mail to the Fort Lauderdalebank. made during that time.
new Congressional appropriation.The Talk On Reptiles
4 1\ The three varieties are F31-436, :I
Contest sugar corporation, with
_. $272,658.71 in drainage district a medium early large-bairel cane;
thirty-one houses under constructionand I I Given At Kiwanis
I I funds have been tied, up by injunction all material at hand, and O'Dell F31-962, an early maturing, i --

but ate now released by small-barrel cane and F30-35, also -
I and Clark with fifty under I :
The public is invited to attend
the' court's decree. From this a medium early large barrel
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The Kiwanis Club at the dinner
the Clewiston school's elimination construction, and material at hand
I
amount will come the quarter mil cane.
Contest in spelling which will beheld are not expected* to be prevented meeting Wednesday evening'at the
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lion dollars which is to be usedas I In their decision the supreme ; talks
in the high school auditorium from completing these houses since Inn heard most interesting
a reserve fund. The $430,758.27 court said that "when an employer : Detroit Zoo
next Wednesday night at eight Clewis.ton has been designated a by Joe Doble of the
'
I o'clock. I which has been raised by comprom-' defense area. undertakes to establish a and Ned Moren of Clewiston, a

(Continued on Page 4) claim to a patent' or a patentable collector of reptiles for the Ross
'It I' The winner and runner-up in I It is understood, however, that
object as against his employee whois Allen Reptile Farm at Silver
this elimination contest will all houses must be completed by
par
the inventor, he must show be-
ticipate in the county eliminationshere Horticultural SocietyTo May 30 and that it is not certain Springs.
yond question that the employment I Mr. Moren had with him at the
on April 24 when either a whether any great amount of build
speller from Clewiston or LaBelle Meet In Palm BeachJohn ing will be permitted affer that was for the specific purpose of meeting live specimens of a rat-
the
making the invention. If em- tle snake, cottonmouth moccasin,
will be chosen to represent the : time. in-
county. at the district eliminationin Effective at, once is that no re ployment was general and the that king snake and chicken snake and
vention incident to ,
was an ,
Miami. The winner in Miami Tiedtke, owner with R. E. I modelling or repair loans, for; more the employer cannot claim the pat- Mr. Moren explained that the poison

goes to Washington to the national Kurtz of Shawnee Farms where than $500 can be made. from the venomous rattler'and

meet, the contest being sponsored last season and 'this large acreages ent. cottonmouth had become very
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It by the Miami Herald. of Iceberg lettuce were ,planted, After. Circuit Judge Whitehurst valuable in the' saving, rather than

Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. G. B. will be one of the principal speakers -I I County Board Gives (Continued on Page 4) : the destruction of human life, be-

ing used in a blood coagulatingserum.
the of
at meeting the Florida
Thomas and Mrs. Keathley Bowdenwill
be the judges and Miss Mary State Horticultural Society meet- $1500 for Expensesof Easter Egg Hunt Is' .,

Ing, vegetable section, at West I Venom was extracted from the
Neely, English, instructor, will pro
CouncilThe
nounce the words.Paiticipating I Palm Beach on April 23. Defense Enjoyed Sunday in ParkThe moccasin to demonstrate how it

will be Richard Mr. Tiedtke's subject will be was done and the rattler was allowed -

Knight, Juanita Turner, Carolyn "Problems and Limitations of Ice: to coil and strike at an object -

Burke of the fourth grade; Charles berg Lettuce Production in Everglades county commissioners Tues- Easter egg hunt for Clewiston held in front of it.

Miner Corrine Von Mach, Rich- Muck" and the talk will be day appropriated $1,500 a year for children under the age 'of Regular--shipments are made by

. -. ard McLeod and Robert Wiandt based on the two years of inten- support of the Hendry County Defense twelve years, an annual event Mr. Moren to the snake farm in
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after Chairman R.
of the fifth grade; Mary Davidson sive planting at Shawnee Farms. Council before the sponsored by Clewiston Post No. Ocala and Mr. 'Doble, spends some

Freddie Westberry and Doris Many other problems confronting -: Y. Patterson said appeared this amount wouldbe 93, American Legion, was held in time each year in the Everglades
board and
I' Strickland of the sixth grade; Lucille vegetable growers will be takenup needed for operating expenses. the Civic Center Park and in the collecting specimens for the zoo he
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Rogers, Noley Geiger and at the all-day meeting. Patterson W. C. playground park Sunday afternoonwith repiesents.
With Mr. were
Grace Ward of the seventh grade more than a hundred children Visitors at the meeting were J.
Owen Carl Beruer and G. H. Small,
and Elsie Martin, Mamie Trice and participating.Prizes H. Dilley of Beaver, Pa., and W. E.
Public Invited To members of the council, which is ,
Mamie Johnson of the eighth grade. located in Clewiston. for finding the goldenegg Dilley.

Riddle Field Meet Mr. Patterson said if expenses in the older group, in which
SCHOOL NOTES about seventy-five children participated Boy Scouts Leave
:: were not that great the difference
would be returned to the county. between the ages of five

., Anyone wishing a school annual An inter-flight sports meeting by I The amount will be taken 'from and twelve, Clifford Beatty: was the For CamporeeThirteen

should contact either Prof. Turk, cadets of the Royal Air Force in the publicity fund, and will be used winner and was awarded a prize.In .

\... Miss ,Lucy Humble,. Beulah Guthrie training at Riddle Field will be by the defense council to pay sal- the group below five his sister,

(t.. or Mauryne Prewitt within a short held at the field Tuesday afternoonat ary of a stenographer and for Sylvia, received the prize for finding members of the Clew

'S time. Only a limited number of 2:30 and the public is invitedto stationery, telegrams and telephonecalls the golden egg. Prizes for finding iston Boy Scout 'troop left Thurs-

copies will be printed this'year, attend, British officers at the used in defense work. An the most eggs in the older! day morning for Lake Wales where

,/ the last annual for 'the duration of field stated today: office will be set up in Clewiston, group, went to Lionel Beatty and. they will join other troops of south

the war.Any A committee of two from each Mr. Patterson 'said,. since Clewlstou Rachel Miner. Florida for a camporee at Bok
the hunt the eggs were Tower. The boys were accom-
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control
""" : of the four flights will meet tonight has been designated chief
the chil- R. M. George, the scout-
between panied by
.
divided equally
parent whose child is in to arrange details of the center for the county.If .
, e;: school', and who wishes them to enroll meet and an interesting programis the federal government lateron dren, each receiving about three. master being unable to! leave at this

'v in the school band should ,assured. There will be 100-yd., makes provision for a clerk and Some thirty-five or forty eggs were time.

... contact Prof. Frank Sturchio! director 220-yd., and mile runs, high and pays the salary the council will stop not found and the Boy Scouts, who The camporee* will last through
were sent out and the boys will likely return -
on Thursdays. Ten hornsare broad jumps, tug-of-war and various drawing on the county. for .funds at had done the hiding, today
home tomorrow.
to find them,
now available. other events. once. .

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SUNDAY I
For today's lesson ive.taJce you to the Detroit plant of the McCord Lesson -l

Radiator company where steel helmets for our bigger, better army are

being turned out at the rate of 12,000 a day. The new model is 'pot. Of BY The HAROLD Moody Bible L. LUNDQUIST.Institute of D.Chicago D. When making pie, bake the left-
I7 BE EN shaped. It comes down over the forehead and covers the back of the (Released by Western Newspaper Union. over crust on inverted muffin tins

neck, giving added protection to the entire head and sides of the face. meal.to make tarts for the next day's'

Washington, D. C. Note} JlV the martial millinery rolls off the assembly line. Lesson for April 12 !

HOME-GROWN FASCISTS When cleaning fish the blood,
After three months of temporizingwith Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected should be wiped from the back-'
native Fascist champions, At- Council of Religious Education; used by bone. If it is not properly cleaned
torney General Francis Biddle i is; I permission. the fish may have a musty flavor

finally going to get tough-on direct THE MISSION OF THE SEVENTY when cooked. .
personal orders of the President. *

Roosevelt directed Biddle to take LESSON TEXT-Luke 10:1-7, 17, 2124. Metal stains on linens or cloth-
vigorous legal action against certain GOLDEN TEXT-The harvest truly It ing usually can be removed by
factional leaders who have been great but the laborers are few: pray ye covering them with vinegar and
therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he
denouncing the war againstthe I salt, bleaching them in the
publicly would send forth laborers Into his harvest. sun, (
Axis and in some instances actually lx,4k -Luke 10:2.Working. I then ''rinsing them in warm water rand
expressing pleasure over Jap washing the usual way.

victories. with Christ for the sal-
Complaints have poured into jtqry vation of men has been the privilegeof
Washington from parents of boys in 4 > 40 '.,,${i} R yM.5v believers since the time He chose I Dumdum Bullet Origin I--

the armed services demanding that I dM ro, the twelve. We learn today that
these domestic foes be jailed. But there were at least seventy more
Biddle demurred on the ground of whom He considered dependableand A dumdum bullet is a partially:
"preserving civil liberties." worthy to be sent forth. Know- steel-cased bullet with a soft corer! y
Shortly after Pearl Harbor, FBI ing how brief was the time before that expands as it tears through I: '

agents,arrested Robert Noble, rabid His death, the Saviour called, com- flesh, says Pathfinder. Because of
Los Angeles Fascist leader, on serious + : ,K? :d{ '1'} (y.4< ta Fn: ,?v missioned, and cared for them as the mushrooming of the core Itl I

charges involving statements they went two by two, personallyto aggravates the injury of thee

concerning the war. Despite the ,p'tv'' 4 N'w:R +.ii :.y r'; x.: evangelize "in ,every city and wound.
FBI's evidence, Biddle ordered r J... tf'v w.' r?;}o, ?.!${;; % n place." 'Use of dumdum bullets was of-
Noble released. i 3i< ''$ 'tkn bGk c'r>. : : Yya ''+ I. Sent to Serve Christ (vv. 1-3). ficially condemned by the Inter-
This brought down a storm of .aatudpa f{A"w'iaa Prayer is back of the calling of national Peace conference of 1899.

protests on Biddle's head that stead- SEWING What sewing can there be on a steel helmet? The chin- laborers for Christ. God waits for I Their name derives from Dum

ily increased as the hostile opera- strap. Strap-hooks have already been welded to the steel shell, and the His people to lay before Him the I Dum, a town near Calcutta, India, ,

tions of these elements became bolder women shown in this picture are sewing on the straps. need, and to enlist His grace in I. where they were first manufac-
and more outspoken. Still Biddle
moving upon the ones who can best tured by the British for use
refused to allow either the FBI or .. .. serve Him. There is mystery here against fanatical native tribesmenwho
federal district attorneys, who were ::4 Sr.?7ri..'4 y' k, which understand refused to be
we cannot fully stopped by ordinary ..
), champing at the bit, to crack down. but it is perfectly clear that prayeris steel-jacketed bullets. '

i- Finally White House advisers, the power which has been givento
1, alarmed over the situation, took the the church with which to "move"the

'r matter direct to the President. They hand of, God. The reason the
j laid before him a mass of evidence
laborers W
.' are so few, even in our NONE g
f. dealing with Noble, Father Cough- .
days is evidently, then, because
I'' lin, Francis P. Moran of Boston, SURER
there has been so little prayer. woRurwu.r: SELLER AT IOC
:. Gerald L. K. Smith of Michigan and
Observe that the Lord sent His
,', Charles B. Hudson of Omaha.
servants "two two" that
by so they
One document shown Rooseveltwas True
GreatnessIt
could and assist each oth-
the March 16 issue of Coughlin'sweekly er. Christian encourage work is best done in is great, and there is no other

publication which declared Christian fellowship. The "star per greatness-to make one nook ofGod's ,
'that "world-wide sacred war"
was
a
creation more fruitful better '
former" or the "lone wolf" may -!
declared against Germany nine be acceptable in business or social more worthy of God; to make
years ago. The publication also at- some human heart little wiser
life but a ,i
he has in Christ's
no place
tacked aid to Russia, denounced the
manlier
happier blessed '
more
,
': ,British bombing of French plants program, unless by His special call less
accursed-Carlyle.
and guidance for some particular
making Nazi supplies, and contained
+' such statements as: task, such as pioneer work.

:'', "Unless the German forces can .;Y) He sent them to go "before His but there's no way around that
'' .overcome Russia and successfully face"-what a glorious place to be! YOU if you want to bold job..!.If you

{ invade England by the 'end ,of Sep- ,, That means that He was watchingover do not get enough Vitamin Blend
1I them them to \IOllill Iron in your regular diet
tember there-is evidence that 7 expecting really
every --- _____.____nn __nmn.____ "labor" for Him. But notice also and your appetite needs enTOO -
the entire world will have elected to couragement,try VINOL. Your
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+x experience a blood bath the like of that in 'loving thoughtfulness they ho this
EDGING The brim of a steel WEIGHING. Here's something druggist pleasant-tatt
which was never imagined by the helmet is non-existent in were
practically different government inspectors II. Sustained by Christ (w. 4-7). IIARD g..G.
most poetic minds.-"It has been . .
the practiced policy of the Roose- but there's a tiny turned-up edge, -pretty Marjorie Thompson, who It is well when workers go out

velt administration to favor the Chinese and you see that edge put on here. checks finished helmets for weight. that they have proper backing. We -,

in their war against Japan. The machine that does the job Is Nothing goes over 2 pounds, 7% speak of the "board" which is be- For Stained Nickel

This policy has rankled in the heartsof called a spank press. ounces. hind our missionaries. That is right When the nickel in your kitchen,

the Nipponese war lords who are ._- .- r.,..NN ......,...." ,. and proper, but above all there becomes stained, try rubbing it|
devoted to the policy of Asia for the /' Y must be the_ assurance of the pro- with a cloth dipped in vinegar. ,
Asiatic, a policy which, after all, is vision and protection of Christ. I

nothing more than an expression of 4 They were not to be concerned
V;- our own Monroe Doctrine." I 42; ;3 gc; about money. Christ had already Pull the Trigger on
After carefully examining the moved upon the hearts of His peo-
t: evidence, the President summoned ple to see that the laborer had "his

Biddle ordered him to get tough i hire"-which was food and shelterv. Constipation, with
and do so immediately. !' ) 4 k 92 ( 7).

' 4' Time is what life is made of, and Ease for Stomach too

GOOD WAR NEWS the servants of Christ were not to ,

; Here is some all-important GOOD 4 1 : waste it in lengthy oriental saluta- When constipation brings on discom-
'
war news for a change. tions (v. 4), or going from house to fort after meals,stomach upset,bloating,
The United States and the British house to be entertained, thus losing dizzy spells gas coated tongue, and bad
n 4 Empire have won a victory of much time and strength.Nor breath blues", your because stomach your is probably bowels"cryingthe don't

,' supreme importance in the crucialwar WI was he to strive or become move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
production race. angry if some one did not receive the trigger on those lazy bowels, com-
.r: :':' For the first time in the 2% years 74 him and his greeting of "peace" (v. bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect case
to your stomach in taking. For years,
'/; of the war the United States and 6). In any case his word would return many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-
;. ; Britain now are outproducing the {% { / yfY A ; ,4 i4y:l'' 9 /$ b in blessing upon himself (v. 6), rations in their prescriptions to make
':;C Axis and its vassal states in vital e 'sGd .+.' and he could go on to another house. medicine more agreeable to a touchy \
stomach. So be sure laxative con-
/' arms 'and munitions. y H ; },, The point of all this is that the expectation tains Syrup Pepsin Insist your on Dr. Cald-
t.. .' Although the two Allies still are of the Christian _servantis well's Laxative Senna combined with
on the defensive, henceforth Anglo- from his Master, Christ, whose Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the
Laxative Senna wakes lazy nerves and
up
American war output should pile'up business requires diligence and muscles in your intestines to bring wel-
an ever-increasing margin of armament haste (I Sam. 21:8b). come relief from constipation. And the
'1 superiority.U. The outcome of such service is revealed good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa-
S. tive so comfortable and easy on your
producing capacity in par- in our third point. stomach. Even finicky children love the
ticular is just beginning to swing .. taste of this pleasant family laxative.
--" -"- >>--- III. Successful Through Christvv.
into an all-out war scale. The mighty Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna com-
CHECK Finished helmets belt ( 17, 21-24). bined with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on ..
auto industry, for example, is now QUADRUPLE pass on a conveyor -
The seventy returned rejoicing'that label or as your doctor advises, and feel
being furiously converted. Other before the critical eyes of no less than four government inspectors. Flaws the demons world's better.Getgenuine Dr.Cald well's.
major industries even were subjectto
are undergoing the don't get by.
same transformation. them in Jesus' name. He still
Also hundreds
of new war plants are in various has power over the demons of our
stages of completion, with hundreds day: Would that the church wielded 7actJ 06ADVERTISING

(, of others being projected. that power more effectively I

Sage old "Bernie" Baruch comments While it is a great thing thus to
: "We .can't yet crack our see the power of God at work, Jesus

' .. heels together in celebration, even told them in verse 20 that an even
if things are better" greater thing is to have.one's name
''r What he 'means is that there are written in heaven. That means that
';t, still plenty of sour spots. ?a s. we ought to be much concerned not

\ Some of these are: labor supply, only about having our own names o ADVERTISING
f'. certain obstacles in the flow of ma- written there, but the names of all represents the leadership ofa
,>. terials, shortage of materials, inadequate those whose lives we touch-at
A':'' use of equipment insufficient home, at work, anywhere.The nation. It points the way.
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:; subcontracting, red tape and secret of the disciples' vic- We merely follow-follow to
bureaucratic obstruction, the incom- tory is found in the statements
petence, greed and lack of initiative wy+hrg { iZ.tp3 which Christ in all humility and honesty new heights of comfort, of

: of many employers, the profit- :} > made about Himself (vv. 22-24). convenience of happiness. :.
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mindedness of dollar-a-year men. fl He is the one to whom "all thingsare

But despite all these, U. S. indus- delivered"-unlimited in authority As time on advertis-
try every week is pouring out a and power. The mysteryof goes

steadily soaring floodtide of war sup'- His person and work is not some ing is used more and more,
s'- plies. On the basis of a private thing man can think out or fully
s: and it is used r
as more we
survey made by. the authors of this comprehend (how foolish have been
\ :- column, it can be stated definitely the attempts to do it!) for He is all profit more. It's the way
: that with the British Empire's God. The fact that the Father had

greatly accelerated production the .:. k' revealed these things to the seventy advertising has-
two Allies now are ahead of the yde", uGrYHAT!
: .." Axis. y'C i humble, ordinary men caused Christto of bringing a profit to.
magnify His Father's name in
Note: The survey was limited on praise and prayer. Spiritual insightvv. everybody concerne ,.- _,
: the Allied side, to the U. S. and ( 21, 24)) is something only God the consumer Included

British Empire because it is impossible RACK In this store room at the McCord. plant are some of can give, and often He can give it ,1 '
to detailed
get information
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The trouble with most women is Family Honor ;" '

1 THE STORY SO FAR: Joan Leland, me. I'm so young and unsophisti- run the club. Others can do that. that they would rather mend your "Dad, I had a fight with the boy ':

secretary to Arthur Mulford, San Fran. cated." By the way, Miss Leland I would ways than mend your socks. next door yesterday."

' .' Cisco importer, is amazed and angry "And you're going to stay that like to see you again sometime. Just "Yes, son. His father called on
when he discharges her with two weeks'c.
-& salary and refuses any explanation. way," Sybil said sharply. "You don't the two of us." Quite Modest me about it today." ;4.,

.-. The same day her sister, Sybil, with love Karl Miller, Joan! You want Her piquant face was white beneath "This crime," said the judge, summing "Well, I hope you made out as ". --S J
whom she shares an apartment, loses him because you know he's out of .the sophisticated veil. She was up, "ivas carried out in an adroit and well as I did." ; '

"" her position in a beauty salon. Joan accepts your reach." afraid of this man. "I'm afraid it skillful"manner." ka"

::. a position from Karl Miller, hand "Oh, it's more than that! the is impossible.' she replied sharply.But Blushing, the prisoner interrupted."Now Had Recorded It J

-/ some insists proprietor on paying of her a in night advance club, ,at who the youthful voice was full of pain. Eric Strom was not dis your honor, no flattery, please." The doctor was questioning the -1

,.... ::,. rate of $50 per week. Sybil suspects "Even so, it can't hurt anythingfor pleased. "Have a cigarette, Miss new nurse about her latest patient. A
something sinister about the position,and you to be nice to this other man. Leland? You may find that some- "He'll never make a soldier," "Have you kept a chart of his .l:.'q

divines Joan's quick interest in Karl. He's young and apparently he likes time we have no choice in such exclaimed the sergeant of the bow- progress?" .

Though the sisters quarrel, Joan refusesto you. ,Why don't you have' dinner matters." legged recruit. "When his legs The nurse blushingly replied: of?
quit. She accepts his dinner invitation above his knees stand at atten- "No but
I
with him? Joan stared at him uncertainly.What can show you my ,,:i1
.:t. and when he tells her he has a "I don't want Karl to be angry tion, below they stand at ease!" diary." .
,i4, beauty salon Job for Sybil, and takes her did he mean by that? Did everyone : ..)
into his arms, her, happiness knows no with me, Joan confessed."Is at the Club Elite talk in rid- '<-1

.' bounds. The scene is interrupted by the it as bad as that?" Sybil dles? First Paul's inexplicable be- '. :;'..
entrance of Paul Sherman, Karl's man asked '!
quietly. havior, now Eric Strom's! What NEW IDEAS FORHOMEMAKERS
ager. The two men leave, but Paul re- Joan sighed, "I'm sorry, Syb! But would Karl think if he knew that J. Fuller Pep
turns quickly to talk with Joan. He ".
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that's the way it is. I can't help his partner and his manager had > j
soon surprises the girl by asking her to "
." v tell him how she got the Job. it." both tried to make a date with his' By RUTH WYETH SPEARS By JERRY LINK ,..

Now continue with the story.f Sybil was silent and in the twilight secretary? Paul was young. Per
they could hear rain splashing haps high spirits had prompted his LONG before we were threat- ;":
with the of
against the windowpanes. When the impudence. But Eric Strom was an- necessity ...
f CHAPTER telephone pealed through the room, other matter, and Joan decided to blackouts window draperies were ';.J.

Joan flew to answer it. Perhaps it tell Karl about it the moment they hung well over walls to give roomsa : :
. t Joan's surprise showed in her voiceas would be Karl! were alone. sunny spacious effect. The same f1A ..,
she replied, "What do you idea may now be used to keep '
It was. And at the sound of his She had no chance, however, for V _;
? light in at A cornice
night. takingthe
mean voice her heart sang. when Karl returned to the table he ; :iJ
"Just what I said. Who suggestedit place of a picture moulding is
"I find that I am going to be free said briefly, "Something has come :
to ? smart for both modern and tradi-
you his We'll have to back to the t -a
this evening, came carefully"A up. go L
"I lost my'' job last week, Joan office." tional rooms and" gives anchoragenear .,t

told him, wondering why she was the ceiling for rod, orpole.BEfORE '.,
doing so. After all it really wasn't The two men exchanged glances .
any of Paul Sherrrian's business then looked at Joan. "Do you : 1 1"J
I mind?" Karl inquired with his quick NEW DRAPERIES
she here. "That 'E I
why was same LIMED WITH OLD -Y.
night I' saw a want ad for this one. smile."I'd like to get a couple of U ONES MAY BE .;..
Nothing much Old
gets by Judge
I know itisn't
letters out tonight. DRAWN TOGETHER ,
4. ; I came down to apply and Karl, Mr. 1 AND FASTENED Wiggins! "Fuller," he says to me, ,""..
Miller, hired me." r ) in the bargain for you to workon WITH SNAPS "Just about the only thing that ;
Sunday." can keep on growing without <
"You didn't know Karl Miller be- AFTER+ y
nourishment Is some folks' con- '
She knew that she was powerlessto :
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fore that? edit" ;\
"I don't see what it is to you," 'refuse him. She would gladly %zX4" II11hllh1il1LIBOARD N And sp akln' o' ,nourishment ;
Joan flared resentfully. have typed endless letters in or- I reminds me that you got to get all
WITH vitamins. That's why I keep .
your
der to be near him.
"Don't bite my head off," Paul MOULD- tellin folks about KELLOGG'S '.M
said pleasantly. "I just wondered, Karl paid the check and the threeof INS TOP AT -I PEP. 'Course PEP hasn't all the '!
that's all. I would like to be your them left. As they. drove back to MAKES '-.'-- vitamins. But it's extra-rich in .'t.
7 '
1411 ttl Ird
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the two most to be short
CORNICE likely '
friend Miss Leland. You need North Beach, sheets of rain ,beat .
may AROUND a* in ordinary .meals-vitamins Bi "'._'
one." VS uponthe car. The Club Elite was ROOM and D. And PEP's a Jim-dandy ..

"I'm doing all right!" Joan said, closed on Sundays and Karl unlocked This sketch shows how one tastin' cereal, too. Why not try It \:

'\. irritated. the door with ,his own key. homemaker made cheerful, soft tomorrow? :

"Okay. But just one more ques- Joan was surprised to see'a streakof green sateen blackout draperies, \
from the door of
tion. Have you met Karl's partner, light streaming repeating a tone in the chintz of fde4ift4' .

.Eric Strom?" his private office. the new slip covers. They are

Joan answered him reluctantly. Hurrying along the corridor, she edged with cotton cord fringe in A delicious cereal that supplies per 1-ounce I
"Eric Strom? No, I haven't met reached it first and found herself a darker tone. Serving: 1/2 daily need of vitamin D; 415/ :;
him. Why?" face to face with Paul Sherman.He '* to llS minimum daily need of vitamin BL.

"I'm the_ one asking the ques- grinned 'at her. "A manager NOTE: Use your head and your handsto ,
1 keep up morale on the home front.
tions," Paul retorted, and Joan felt never really has a day off. Mrs. Spears' new BOOK 8 will help you. ,
that he was laughing her as he Karl seemed to find nothing It contains 32 pages of step-by-step directions ;
rose and went to the door.. strange in his presence at the club. for novel economical things to make DUNgS/ :
from things you have on hand or from J
"I have work to do, Mr. Sher- woman with green eyes is very "You don't happen to have some Inexpensive new. .materials. Send your Get this quick relief.Lifts

man," she said crossly. .. 'rare. Did, you know that?" extra time, do you," Miss Leland?" I order to: -,' cushions shoe pressure the;sensitive soothes, .... .,_1 ,

"Call me Paul. By the way, how Paul inquired. "I could "use some spot. Costs but a trifle.
about having dinner with me some modulated voice. "Would you like help." MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS -.'

night?" to have dinner with me?" Before she could answer, Karl Mil- Bedford Hills New York I : .lli' .

Joan was surprised at the audacity Would she like to? "Oh, dar- ler said quickly, "She has enoughto Drawer 10 .

of this request. "I expect to be ling!" her heart cried. But she an- do, Paul, and now if you don't Enclose 10 cents for Book 8.

-:. very busy," she said coldly. swered demurely. "I'd love to." mind .. ." He left, his sentence Name ............................... : Life

.. "Nevertheless," Paul Sherman retorted Joan was disappointed to find that unfinished. Address ............................. Life, if thou knowest how to use
... L "I shall meet you on Monday Karl had invited another dinner "Surely." Paul grinned and saun- it, is long enough.-Seneca.
"'\ night at six o'clock." He mentionedthe guest. Eric Strom, whom Paul had tered to the door. "See' you tomor-

grill of a well-known hotel. described as Karl's partner, met row," he called back but his eyes

"I have no intentions of being them at the hotel. Sitting in frontof were on Joan and she knew that he "

there." the broad windows which over- was thinking of the dinner date he F

"By Monday you may change looked the sea, Joan's spirits had proposed.She y

your mind." drooped. shook her head as she lookedat

Joan sighed as the office door shut Eric Strom asked, "Do you find him over her typewriter but Paul' ; k9 I'M SENDING

... i... behind him. It seemed that at ev- the rain so depressing, Miss Leland ignored it. :, : HIM// CAMELS
ery turn she met a surprise. What ?" Karl removed his overcoat and :,

would Karl say if he knew that his "It does seem gloomy," Joan ad- sat down at his desk. Eric Strom ; REGULARLY. THEY'RE

manager had tried to make a date mitted. mixed himself a drink.
fiRST WITH MEN
with his secretary? Karl smiled at her. indulgently but "Take a letter," Karl said, read-

"Karl!" Joan thought, closing her the two men continued to talk about ing from a sheet of yellow paper, Vr rt- v, V-W-V %% M XrSKS.ftrf IN THE SERVICE
eyes against the memory of his business. Joan did not dike Eric. I "to A. H. Gomez, Mazatlan, ,Mexico V"" v % <

handsome, expressionless face, For the same inexplicable reason I Dear Sir: I am happy, to report
steadying herself against the floodof that she trusted Paul, she did not I that the situation you mentioned has kL

emotion that swept over her. "I trust Karl's partner. : been cleared up satisfactorily. .The

shouldn't have let him kiss me," "My intuition's working overtime club will be open from eight to two
.
\. Joan told herself. "But I love him! ," Joan reflected, glancing at and shows every C sign of being suc-
I love him, yet I'm afraid ." Eric. cessful."
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He was a slight man, blond, about Joan looked at him curiously. This
Joan and Sybil spent a quiet Sun- ,Karl's age. But he had none ofKarl's did not sound like an important busi-

day. Karl had told Joan that he magnetic power. There was ness letter to her. Certainly not so

would not. be -able to see her over something shifty about his pale eyes. important that it couldn't wait until
the week-end and she found that
His manner was cautious, unpleas- morning.
.even one day without him was He looked her Karl said r r
antly so. a great deal at Seeing glance, "I'm
enough to make her unhappy. Joan and his glance made her un afraid you're too tired. I shouldn't

'.. Sybil seemed cheerful at the pros- comfortable. If Karl noticed this, he have asked you to work tonight." SPECIAL CARTON
\
pect of starting her new job at the gave no sign. He was cheerful dur- "It's all right," she hastened to

Ritz Beauty Shop. "What's the mat- ing the meal, which seemed end- assure him, "I don't mind, really." for men in the service
"
ter with you? she asked as Joan less to his secretary. The two men, But Karl Miller had changed his

sat staring into space. "We've engrossed in their own conversa- mind. "I will call a taxi and send Your dealer has Camels
both got a job. There's nothingto tion, left Joan free to speculate. you home."
about." already wrapped with
worry Joan looked at Karl, whose eyes "But I'm not tired, Karl!"
Joan suspected that Sybil knew '
were as sphinxlike as the vast ocean He was dialing a number and complete instructions '
what her
worrying
was but she dis-
,that rolled outside the broad win- Joan knew it was useless to argue
for
liked bringing the mailing
up subject of Karl '
dows. A little thrill swept over her with him. He went to the door of
Miller. Instead she told
Sybil about
that this man was here. But was the club with her, pressing her handas
Paul Sherman and his
proposal that
... \ she have dinner with him. he? For one small moment the day he said, "I'm sorry it had to
the before she had been in his arms, turn out this way tonight. We'll arrange -
couch her
Sybil lay on blonde "
but during the rest of the brief time something else soon ."
hair in curlers. "He sounds all Actual sales records in Post
she had known him he seemed
a Joan shivered in the damp night
right, she commented. "Why don'tyou I
thousand miles away. Exchanges Sales Commissaries ,
go?" air as she waited for the taxi. A ,

"I don't even know the man," Joan's reverie was broken by the small coupe stopped suddenly be- Ship's Stores, Ship's /

Joan protested. "I met him only last headwaiter who was speaking to fore her with screaming brakes. In- ServiceStores,and Canteens
night." Karl.uYou're wanted on the tele- voluntarily Joan'stepped back, sur-
show that with men in the j?':<;!
Sybil raised an eyebrow as she phone, Mr. Miller. prised to see Paul Sherman. ;

contemplated her sister. "You didn't When he had gone, Eric Strom "What are you doing here alone?" Army, the Navy, the Ma- ; $,:

know Karl Miller either, but you smiled at her and leaned across he asked. rines, and the Coast Guard

fell in love with him overnight. Or the table. "Waiting for a taxi," Joan replied the favorite cigarette isCA '
maybe I should say you think you're "You are very beautiful, Miss Le with dignity.

in love with him." land. But I suppose Karl has told "Well, jump in, my girl!" Paul

'- .. Joan curled up in the big chair you that." His accent was much ordered cheerfully.He .

"" / and opened a magazine which she heavier than Karl's, and Joan foundit got out and opened the door of i THE CIGARETTE OF

pretended to read. difficult understand. "A wom- the car. "You may as well let me M E L
COSTLIER TOBACCOS
"Look, honey, why not confess? an with green eyes is very rare. drive you home. You can't stand
I know how you feel." Did you know that?" here in the rain, you know." ,

Joan lifted a confused, radiant Joan forced a smile to her lips. It did seem silly, Joan admitted

face. "Oh, Syb, you're right! I do "I don't believe we've met. before, climbing in, but as Paul started the
love him. I'm so !in love with him have we?" car she cried, "I left my .purse iq YOU CAN VOLUNTEER *

,1. that it frightens me because I can't He shrugged. "I am Karl's silent the office."

I f' ,heLeve, that he really cares aboutJ I partner. He doesn't need me to (TO BE CONTINi/CDJ Help defend your country by buying U. S. Defense Bonds



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wardens who are required to take is setting up first aid stations. back to the supreme court with ter before coming.On .
The Clewiston News is the results stated. It not like-
the course. Perhaps you haven't That means when a station up is Thursday afternoon and,
thought much about it, but the rest and operating Jim moves on to be- ly that it will be carried to any evening the Quarterly Associational

Published Friday In Clewiston. of us plain, ordinary citizens owe gin another, so he might 'be classedas higher, court. meeting will be, held at the North- L.

Florida, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, everyone of these peopre a vote of I' a travelling man. wood Baptist Church of West Palm
Inc. thanks. It has meant giving up' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Beach. Every auxiliary of the association -

many of their evenings to attend Joe Hall says that while in is supposed to be rep-

KEATIILEY BOWDEV. Editor classes and additional time for Clewiston he' admits he paid little H. C. MEADOR Pastor resented.. The program starts ,at

study. And it isn't easy to get thedays' attention to the trivial details in Sunday School-9:45, .a, m. 2 p. m. The Woman's Missionarywork

Entered as second class mail matter work off hand and attend The News, but -'way up in Fort Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. : will be first considered, fol-

February 1, 1927 at the Pest Office in anything early in the evening. If Riley, he now finds time to read Training Union-7:15 p. m. lowed ,by the Sunday School Hour.

Clewiston, Florida. under the Act' of we had a visible audience, we'd say each word. The reason it makes Evening Worship-8:30 p..m. These will be climaxed by an inspirational -
March 3, 1897.Subecriptlon
let's give 'em a great big hand. So good reading is because it is the address. Then supper
There will be a special service ,at
[ First Alders, take a bow., CLEWISTON News. We hope it provided by the Northwood .Church. f
Rate $Z.OO Per :Year. *. will stave off little waves of the evening hour this Sunday. The The training union and brother-
two church ordinances will be observed -
Advertising Kntes On AIII, iention. News that Bataan has been taken homesickness, which all our boys Baptism and the Lord's hood will be next in order, and
seem to find coming on from timeto these two
not unexpected. periods will be followedby
by the Japs was
The Army isn't a bed Supper These will be by candlelight
and wel- I But the fact that it was inevitable time. another inspirational address.All .
and
advancement effec-
Devoted to the I promise to be very
helps a
and Ilendry County.e the sorrow of roses, and if The News our leaders are requested to attend
fare of Clewiston ,, lessens only slightly tive and full of meaning. Everyone -
bit we're only too glad.
,
with which we learn of it. We is cordially invited to attend if possible.

must take another notch in our this service. Choir practice will be held on
EBER = =TJA belts, individually and collectively, Private John James Wynn also Friday'night of this week to per-
likes the which he' says is The mid week prayer service is
FLORrIlPRF.SS ASSOCIATION! '\ such as have paper mit
for this is a fight we as many as will to attend the
NAn0NAL9rgR k ASSOCIATION V) never known or dreamed of, and "just like getting a letter' from being well attended and there is associational meeting. ,The time
4 t V i to'make home." James is in the Engineer great. enthusiasm among those in twill
we will be called upon be 8:30 sharp.
sacrifices of time, material tand Battalion of the Second Armored attendance and we are deriving
of Division, known as the "hell on much good from them. Bring ,your
sacrifices our I
The year 1942 will be memorablefor money, as well as of fam- wheels" division. The division has Bibles and study with us the Bookof I If it's results you want, then try
members our I
trivial many, yet things.unusual One, is of that the Easter most ily.friends That and is war, and as someone been featured twice in Life Magazine First Peter. Read the 4th chap' \\.a want ad in -The Clewiston News.
Ben-
and is stationed at Fort
Roosevelt
brought us perfect spring weather.No said when ,President SUg- I

hiding of Easter finery under- 'gested that a new name for this ning.' -- ..- ,
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on Sherman's name Federal DecreeContinued J.
been forced to do other years. has improved --
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fortunate in her wedding day. The I H.N*4 N N *M: ise tax settlements to April 1 will ":.. /: ,, ,!'.r'i= America is justly
be used for 'the payment of ClassB '
4' proud of these
one flaw in an otherwise perfect occasion sea
was the fact that her father creditors. This amount ,has been '' and air sentinels
With. Our Boys added to since the first of the ;
was unable to come from Vicks-
month by several large paymentsand
burg, Mississippi, for the wedding.;

A long distance telephone' call from :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNIIN.. .. .. :NNN.. .. approximately the district a now million has dollars.on hand
Mr. Dotv let him visit with each OFFICIAL
member of the family including the The half mill general levy for j U. S. NAVYPHOTOGRAPH
Slonaker, a parachute "
new son-in-law, so all felt that distance -I Phelix the Parachute Hendry County for 1941 amounts) ate' ,
instructor in
packer
isn't so important, after' all. to $1,860.03 and acreage levies '
J Battalion at Fort Benning, was amount to $26,640.63 $1,379.50has U. S. S.
recently promoted from private first SARATOGAAIRCRAFT J
been collected on the half-mill .
Did :you see the favors at thInn's class to sergeant. About 8 months ,
and the
levy $15,59Q.53 on acreage
Easter dinner? They were Phelix transferred from reg-
ago levy for of 71 and 58.
percentages
eggs with pert, painted faces, yarn ular army into, the parachute unit. $35,393.71 has been collected in CARRIER
hair' and a lace paper Easter bon-
the in taxes
county compromise
net. Nestled ina pastel nut cup
they grinned cheerfully beside each Roy M. Waldron, who ,recentlyleft which is better than, eight per cent
Clewiston for the armed of the total. J
plate. i forces, will receive The News in 1 ,
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Camp Chaffee, Arkansas., Roy'saddress I '
Well, the First Aid-ers extracteda is C Battery, 93rd Armored Dr. Bourne-:

solemn promise ',that we would F.A. A.P.O. 256. I \
not publish their grades in the final
(Continued from page 1)
examinations held Monday '
I Private Kie Hathcock's new address -
night. That was before the exams. I ruled in favor of Dr. Bourne three
j is 608 Tank Destroyer Bat- .and of
'I I justly proud our simple '
Perhaps they -wouldn't mind now, talion, Fort Jackson, S. C. years ago the state took the case we are --

since we've beard that all who to the supreme court which returned ,,-( :. '
completed the course in that group Jim Congdon has been moving it to the circuit court about ..;- plan for acquiring a debt-free home. '

:passed the. examination. around so fast in California that fifteen months ago on a technical

*. *. *. we do not seem able to keep up ity. This was :corrected and ,the .---

These First-Aid classes him. Jim is in the Medical circuit 'court again ruled in Dr.Bourne's ,- i, . . )
were or- with ..........................H.
ganized particularly for air raid I I Unit and his particular job now favor'and ,the case went 4

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I / .- EUGENE S. MATTHEWS ', CLEWISTON'FEDERAL SAVINGS AND '.'

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: i'-I : FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1042 TIIE CLEWISTON NEWS I
PAGE FIVE

: i R. N. Childress, who has been and to Mrs.
a vase George Crow Brink. find
I a buyer at a higher price and: .y
connected with the office of U. S. wno won the travelling prize. Mrs.
.f The afternoon Its willingness to the
was spent informally give city the :
Engineers here for! the past two Hare served a buffet supper of hot benefit of -": :
showering Mrs. Brink the higher price. ',i
i Personals
.t- ] years, has gone to Avon Park on dogs, salad, Coca-Colas, potato '
with lovely "blues and pink's" for The certificates are now on hand; "::
an assignment._by the Engineers. chips and mints to Mrs. Blanche the coming event. and will _be signed .and delivered
Turner Mrs. J. H. Wilson '
: Mrs. Guests the latter '
included
Mrs. M. M. part of this month.' They
Mr. and Mrs. E. M.\ Kinney, who Crow, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. Mrs. I .1
; Prewitt, F. E. Hunziker, Mrs.E. are payable only from revenue of
J. E. Beardsley was a visitor in spent last week in Miami, visited Carlton, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs.A. -1
J. Smith, Mrs. G. A. Tyson, Mrs. I the utilities and city taxes cannot ..::
Miami Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W.' C. Owen this W. Lawrence and Mrs. Dur- Harry Lehman, Mrs. W. Edmondson be affected.
I
week route to their home in
en.
\ ---- rence. Mrs. Kenneth Woodward, Mrs. __

.. Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, 'Lief Memphis. Mrs. Frank Owen and Ray Morders, Mrs.. Charles Ben- I

t. and Jimmy Johnson were visitors Mrs. Fred White of Brownville, VISITORS COMPLIMENTED WITH son, Mrs. Noel Ellis, Mrs. Robert FOR SALE-Bookshelves, match' .

:. ,el<,. in West Palm Beach Saturday.- Tenn., returned with them after a LUNCHEON* AT CLEWISTON INN Westmoreland and Mrs. Lee Heff- ing table, also sette ". See Mrs
: visit with
two weeks' the. Owen
ron. G. B. Rackstraw:-afternoons.
,. family here. Mrs. F. Deane Duff .entertainedwith
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pape and

.'.,:: ,::;: son, Richard, were visitors in Fort a bridge luncheon at the Inn ATTEND FEA CONVENTIONMiss
',:'-" MorrisonDotyMiss yesterday complimenting several I FOR SALE OR'
<: Myers Thursday.Mrs. RENT-Two trailers
,' 1 out-of-town visitors. At the bridge Nee ey located
-- Mary delegate and I at Amoco Station. H.
game high prize was won by Mrs. Miss Hannah York R. Hamblen. -
alternate
'.: T. B. from
Shelley of Miami Maxine Doty, daughter of Claude L. Downs and low by Mrs. the Clewiston school the
faculty "to
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visited Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Kelly :Mr. and Mrs. John 'H. Doty of H. A. Bestor. I FEA convention in
and Tampa, accompanied -
Tuesday Wednesday. Clewiston' and Fred M. Morrison, Guest remembrances went to the by Prof and Mrs. R. WANTED-To buy a one-horse

t of Avon Park, were married Easter out-of-town guests who includedMrs. W. Turk, are attending the meet- mowing' machine. Must be' in

Fred I. Hill was a business visi- Sunday afternoon in the Clewis- Frank Owen, Mrs. Fred White ing this week-end. All county good condition. V. L. Phillips

. 'tor in Clewiston Mr. ,' ton Community Church. The cere- of Brownville, ,Tennessee, Mrs. Ed- schools were closed late Wednes- Moore Haven, Florida. 2tp.

Hill is a former Clewiston resident. mony was performed by Rev. ward Kinney of Memphis, Mrs. J. day ,for the _remainder of the weekto

Kent Pendleton,. of Fort Myers, a W. Francis of St. Paul, Mrs. J. H. permit any teachers who wishedto

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Goodmanof former minister !of the church. Dilley of Beaver, Penn. attend the meeting.StifelNicolhaus. -

Tifton, Ga.' spent several days The' church was decorated in Others guests included Mrs. W.I. I II Johnson's Fish Camp '

here this week visiting friends. green and white and the altar was J I C. Owen, Mrs. W. E. Dilley and
'I (Near Hurricane Gate)
---- twined with ,green fern. Preced- Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford. _
c I Cletviston, Fla.
Mrs. :Blanche Turner spent' last
ing th.cerein. ny, the bride's mo-
week visiting relatives .in High ther,'Mrs. 'J. H.. Doty, pianist,' play- ATTEND LEAK FUNERAL (Continued from 'Page 1) I Boats and Motors-Guide Service
and Lake Rates Reasonable -
Springs City. I
ed Evening Star-Tannhauser and
,
the Stifel-Nicolhaus Company at 97
H. Johnson
W. Mgr.
Among those from
The Rosary-Nevin. Two vocal Clewistonwho plus accrued interest from date of
Mrs. Clyde Egley, Mrs. L. J. solos Promise Me attended the funeral of CharlesE.
0. -DeKoven, certificate and the corporation's bid ,
Pape, Ronald and Beverly Egley .
Lear in Miami
and Dawning-Cadman Monday after-
were will be assigned to the new pur-
visited. Mr. and Mis. T. M. Griffithin noon G. H.
were Small, Glen
sung by John Perry. that
chasers so the city will bene-
Canal Point Friday. Etherton Wilbur J. M. COU'SECounselor
Goff
L. C. Por- -
Lohe grin's Bridal Chorus was fit from the higher price for the

I used as processional and ter, Peter Chagaris and A. Ray, certificates.R. and Attorney at Law
Mrs. Carl Berner, Bob and 1\1en-1 who served as pallbearers. Mrs
delssohn's Wedding March as Y. Patterson, a member of the Hopkins Building
Carline Berner and Jo Ann' Crouch E. M. Prevatt, Mrs. R. L. Marshall I I
cessional.. The ,bride entered the commission, stated this morning
Beach
were in West Palm Satur Mrs. L. C. Porter, Mr. and I Wednesdays and Saturdays;
church with her brother, Willard that he felt the
I sugar
day. ,. corporation
Mrs. T.
C. Musgrave and 'I
Miss I
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Doty, by'whom she was given in was, to be commended upon sub- 9:30 to 4:00
Marcia Avant. Funeral
... Mr. and 'Mrs. F. E. Conkling and marriage., Her wedding dress of were held at the Bess services Funeral mitting a bid, its further effort to i
white silk ninon made
was princess
sons, Eddie and Frank, are spend- Home and interment in Memorial
style with long full sleeves and
I a
ing this week-end in Zephyrhills Cemetery, Miami
South
Florida. .
sweetheart neckline the full skirt '- -- -
with Mr. Conkling's paieuts.: ; After the funeral Dr. and Mrs.T. ,." :: : -._ : ::: ;;''' _. :..:,.,. :.....
1 had insets of white lace and fell ,
W. Lear and Mr. and Mrs. ?
Bill, Davis, who attends the Uni- in a short train. Lace outlined the James Lear of Coshocton
wrists and neckline. Her veil wasa Ohio, Photo Finishing and Commercial
versity of Florida at Gainesville, j brothers and sisters-in-law of Mr.
short veil of white silk trimmed
spent Easter holidays at home with Lear,. accompanied Mrs. '
his parents, Mr. 'and Mrs.. W.> A. with bands of lace and was fasten- Clewiston. They left Tuesday Lear for to :_: Photography :::
to her hair with tiara outlined ,
Davis, "- -- eel ,_ :_ :__a their homes in Ohio. .
with seed pearls. .Her bridal .t: 24 HOUR SERVICE .:_
"
. I I \. George Bestor of Miami spent bouquet with was range of white blossoms.callas !showered :M RS. KING ENTERTAINS ::: Clewiston Photographic Service :?;

Sunday here visiting his parents, WITH BUFFET LUNCHEONMrs.
II II Mr. and Mrs. H. A.' Bestor. He Miss, Lee Pridgen, ,of Clewiston, :?: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of :I:

was maid of honor and .i;. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station, :
was accompanied by a party of wore a A. King entertained at her
friends. dress of, yellow' starched chiffon home at the' 'Hendrikson ::: EDWARD B. SEEGERS :I
Apart- .t.
The House ,With The Red Roof
.f.
with long, full 'sleeves and fitted ments Thursday with a buffet ... .
Aubrey Durrence of Brooklyn and bodice. Her .flowers were bronze luncheon honoring Mrs. A. R.I -. r -' -
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Mrs. Leona Durrence of Gleuville, and yellow gerbera fashioned intoa -
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S Ga., returned'' from Fort Myers to Colonial bouquet and tied with

visit this week with-.Mr. and Mis. I yellow tulle.

Foy Durrence. The groom was attended by hisrotherinlaw .
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b George Schwartz, I '. ...... .."
Mrs. Nicholas V. S. Mumford en- of Monte Verde, as best ,man. : ..
-
tertained with an informal tea at Ushers, were J. D.. Hooker and / '

her home Tuesday afternoon, for Munselle Stone. ; : ;; ,, : THE SIGN OF '

Mrs. W. C.' Owen's guests, Mrs. Following the ceremony a re- :

Frank Owen and Mrs: Fred Whiteof ception was held at the Doty hometo .

Brownville, T nnessee.- which members of 'the. two fam- '

". i ilies, the wedding and
---- party a few

Miss Edythe Nell Cornette came close friends of the young couple d -

", down from Lakeland, where she is were invited. The bride's table DEPENDABLE SERVICE'

a student at :Eloiida Southern Col- was overlaid with a lace cloth; the

lege, and spent the week-end with threetieredwedding cake stood in
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her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.: M. the center and bouquets of yellow
.
Cornette. and white callas and orange blos-

soms were placed at the ends of il l

Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Pullen are the table. The living room and i FOR ANY CAR OR TRUCK

parents, of a baby boy who arrived I porch were decorated with quan-

.. at the, Clewiston Emergency HOS- tities of garden flowers in pastel
"
pital Monday. The baby weighed shades. Misses Florence Graham
f 1y
1z pounds, and has not been. and Edythe Nell Cornette assistedin
'
named. .. I serving cake and punch to the

rs..J. guests..
Mr. and 1\ F. McLure, Jr., After the reception Mr. and

of Sebring, Visited briefly here Mrs. Morrison left for 'a short

with friends Wednesday. Mr. Mc wedding' trip to Miami after which

Lure is in charge of constructionfor they will return to Avon Park to

the U. S. Engineers at the 'Seb reside. For travelling the bride

ring Air Base. wore'American Beauty silk' jersey c

with white accessories.Out .

Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendletonof of town guests at the wed-

Fort ':Myers spent Easter Sunday ding included Mr. and Mrs Milton

here visiting friends.. Rev. Pendle- Morrison, parents of the groom,

ton came up to perform the wedding "- I Mr.: and Mrs.: George' Schwartz and

ceremony of Miss Maxine Doty Mrs. Jack Morrison of Monte
) rM
and Fred Morrison Sunday after- Verde, Florida, and Stephen, N. M1

noon. Doty, of Lakeland, uncle of the h'Cnn


,. Dawson Bledsoe. is recovering bride.

from an appendectomy which was .
Hurst-Bishop
performed at the Clewiston Hospital

Sunday. Eric Belcher, who I Today more than ever before this sign beck- I '

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underwent an FOR "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES
appendectomy several Announcement is made of the

days ago, expects to return home marriage of Mrs. Ethel. Merrick ons all car and truck owners who want the SERVICE THAT SAVES"I/

Sunday. Bishop, 907 Coral Way, to C. I
skilled reliable service that comes with: ((1))
Thomas Hurst, Clewiston, which 1 Check and Rotate Tires
Wilbur McGehee, of St. Leo took place Feb. 3 in EvergladesCity.
trained mechanics) quality materials and 2
School for Boys, St. Leo, Florida, Get Regular Lubrication

spent Easter week-end here with Mrs. Hurst is the sister of the (3)) reasonable service rates..You can expect 3 Service EngineCarburetorBattery

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. late George E. ,Merrick. -
McGehee. He was accompanied bya this kind of service from your Chevrolet dealer 4
--- Test Brakes
class-mate, Lee Marven, of New BRIDGE CLUBS
because for Chevrolet dealers have had
years
York. The boys returned to St. -' 5 Check Steering and Wheel

Leo Monday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. G. ,H. Small entertained the largest number of "trade-ins" and there- Alignment
,
members of her bridge club at her 6 Check Clutch,Transmission
;
and Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Jr.,, home Wednesday evening. Mrs. fore the widest experience in servicing and Rear Axle

and Barbara Bruce, of Phila A. C. Brown, a guest, won first all makes of and trucks. 7 Check
delphia were guests over the prize, and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach conditioning cars Cooling System

week-end of Mr. and Mrs. H. A..won second prize. Mrs. Small 8 Protect and Preserve Finish
Bestor. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce, who ORIGINATOR
served
cookies and
pudding to Mrs.
'resided in Clewiston a few yearsago Brown, Mrs. Von Mach, Mrs. C. E. ANDOUTSTANDING, neAR CONSERVATION PLAN"
are spending a short vacationin h
"" Miner, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mrs.

\. Miami Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. W. E. Dilley,
_
HUB CHEVROLET COMPANY
Mrs. C. H. Berner and Mrs. P. M.
Rev. John N. Montgomery, A. W. McIntyre.
Lawrence and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley

are attending a meeting of the Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., entertained Sugar/and/ Service Station Building
Florida Presbytery in St. Peters her bridge club Thursday night.A ; ,

burg this week. Mrs. R. W. Turk, pair of pillow cases went to
who is visiting an aunt in St. Mrs. "
A. C. Carlton--who held high ',
i4 Petersburg, is also attending someof score, set of dish towels to Mrs. / CLEWISTON FLORIDAII ,
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I the sessions. **cy Durrence as second high \ .

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give to all who faith night

fully use them the 'society, the And Free my mind from
of the best
spiritual presence '
and greatest of our race.-W. I
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Kindness is more binding ri ii i id cy-unfo up
than a loan.-Chinese Proverb.No And drink in

earthly good so much enjoyedNo B. From itke f
beavty
pleasant scene so fair
As when we have some worthy friend, PEEVE III 'stc.rs. 1 Y
Its beauties we may share. R. 'CAI\'I'
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The art of conversation is to

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in a motley garb.-Dis-,
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Tea Towel Motif many Doctors do for it
When excess stomach add causes gall onr stomach
or heartburn, doctors prescribe tbo fastest-aetiag
medicines known for symtomatic relief-medicine*
like those in Bell-ans Tablets No laxative. If your
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7 More Raleigh Jingles i

Raleigh Cigarettes are again

offering liberal prizes in a big
tldY'
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paper. One hundred and thirty-

I'' I f /hZA///) three prizes will be awarded each
spa- I \\ I /S1 week.-:-Adv.

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picture she makes is _. \

this little colonial girl, who is "as /1 APHISOne
busy as'a bee" all the week c p ,

.through. Her gay cross stitch sun- J-. ,.- ounce makes six gallons
bonnets and hoop skirts swish : : ,- of aphis spray...Full directions

busily through the daily tasks, -- cL on label. Insist on
meanwhile providing interesting ,,,.factory sealed packages.
embroidery for tea towels. TOBACCO BY PRODUCTS t CHEMICAL< ,
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Two matching panholder motifs complete .
this.delightful set, which combines
speedy running stitches with the crosses.
Z9404. 15 cents, Is the pattern for these t
motifs. Send your order to:
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AUNT MARTHABox .. Do You Like Jingle Contests?
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Mo. .
166-W! Kansas City
"- Raleigh Cigarettes are now running ';
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern 'M ,t"" I1, t-IEY : I \ another,series of weekly con-

desired.,Pattern No............... '.' LETS SEE J)1 ;i. tests for those who can supply the;{

Name ................................ r f '1 t EGG best last line to jingle. Over 100'
.A TI AT BoI ) J l liberal prizes each week. Watch

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Laxative Gives ,. that we can measure with line and

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More Satisfaction o 'with our hearts'and imagination. ..

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I..H charges Before the of court desertion on wife-brought and non- ,. ?f A NO TIlER information on various subjects f ,J

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I t support, Mose Brown meekly ad- hhhMMhhhhhMMMhhhhti."".'--.--.--.ft..ft..ft..ft..ft..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-V h h M.-Mh.-
mitted his guilt and offered noth- r.
The Questions only" is a quotation from-Shake-

I It r I IR'NUScrvlrr GECRE N 10 lady ing in talked extenuation too much.except that the 1. How much water can a thirsty speare, Pilgrim's Progress or the .

: By VIRGINIA VALE camel drink at one time? Old Testament? '"

: PORTRAIT OF A HERO: (Released by Western Newspaper Union) "That's" no excuse for desertion, 2. What is the origin of the ab- The Answers :I'1
Mose said the "The law
4 "Nothing has stood longer unless BENNETT'S judge. breviation. "lb." for pound? 1. From 15 to 20 gallons.
young gives a woman the right to talk all iI
JOAN 3. The Constitution requires con- 2. From the Latin word libra '
it be MacArthur, the hills and the Diane is I
hoping
she to.
wants .
gress'to assemble how often? V
devil. Believe it or not, that's an a pound. .
1 that the tires on the familycar "Yassuh, Jedge. I knows it 4. What bird its '.
old Scotch proverb! The Mac- uses beak as a 3. At least once every year.
]I Arthurs are the oldest known Scotch will wear out fast. She's do. Only Lucy she never stop pantry? 4. The pelican. Food is stored :

;' clan. According to legend, the first been waging a campaign to talkin'. She keep it up stiddy, 5. Who was the first man on rec- in the lower part of its bill. :
mo'nin', noon and night, till I cain't ord to have his ship entangled in 5. Columbus. .f
MacArthur Smervie Mohr the
was drive that car, or else to havea "
son of King Arthur of the Round stan' it no mo'. the weeds of the Sargasso sea? 6. It will not permit light to pass y
of her The
Table. (MacArthur means "son of'Arthur" pony cart own. "She does? What does'she talk 6. What is the chief quality of through

' ) Gen'l Douglas Mac- :, first thing Miss Bennett did about?" inquired the court. an opaque substance? 7. A petty fault. .,:..S

; Arthur proves once again that the I 1 after' completing work with "Jedge, suh," Moses said, "she 7. What is .a peccadillo? 8. The Old Testament, Deut.

r Scots have what it takes. Previous I I Franchot Tone in Columbia's don't say." I 8. "Man doth not live by bread I 8:3. ';i

yankee doodle heroes of Scotch origin I'I "Highly Irregular" was to buy the .,

include John Paul Jones, An- pony cart; Diane's offered to drive "
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: drew Jackson, Jeb Stuart and her mother to the studio each morn-

Ulysses S. Grant. (Scotch and soldier ing.
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pun my soul!) r:? 4 l Y: ,}r r.Y3 4 J.,.G 2;:yv'? 4'3 4{} ? ,r fY J .4',rcffi.. NE h.ln Jr t f / ,rr,' 'r J f.Gv> ., '..,

. William Holden's spending his '. 'rJ' l h ,atrftn

:..' ,;; MacArthur is like this: When time between scenes of "Meet the ..J'' .s. / {? ,a.r. Y) r ',4,.> .:..?, :'i he commanded the Rainbow Stewarts" in studying Chinese. When } ; { YH.r k? 'rr.1.' r' p;::'r 'r: rf h.r..: Tr :;Mri;; .h ':; ,. ':'- $ .,. i : : 4.? } < +'rr ,.rJ'Jy.f .'yi i. 4rS (
Division in France during World ; r{+ AC : r.'Y} i ".
Bill and Brenda Marshall his wife ti; ?F '',, :, .Yx'3 cuf '
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: War I his officer t
superior went east recently they left Brenda'sfouryearold .,Y $ 9 ;4r flt:{ f rbX4 S r'4:,0;''{.?'h. .{ "
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him that he wanted the t:. { : ; fr. Ya''.. t;r /%4Q, >4 f'ht"
: one day daughter with the Chi- ?5i} fY F'J' +C'CrGr42, r ..t { .'
: $ } Jrt2 jks
',, Cote de Chatillon (a strongly : $5iY f ty r y .,
; couple that keeps house for r rC + rhxa
nese h:} {? YT7sQdi'4' ,S?S$' : +}r
.
.'...... ("," fortified German key position) them-and returned to find that the 34 rr'' $.ftl
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.' :;: taken by six o'clock the follow- young lady not only had acquired ; rk{{. ,YCJ/r/yw4 % y.Nr. +} r'y. / ?r4tY > n.tfrJ.' :j! ar {
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.' ing evening. MacArthur's an- quite a vocabulary, in Chinese, but T
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swer was: "We will take the preferred it to English!
: .;j Cote de Chatillon by six o'clock --;.

':.; '.: tomorrow or report a casualty Judy Garland's sort of pleased be- TO RALEIGH SMOKERS ,
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... list of 6,000 dead. That will in-.
.. i ', elude cause, after singing for more than
me.
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150,000 soldiers ,on her recent tour

of army camps, she's found that
.' \:, When MacArthur 'went over the the song the boys liked best wasJUDY
'; ',,:' :. top with his_ troops in France, the a.

-,;: ;;,::': only head-covering he ever wore

/ L t. was his everyday service- cap, disdaining yr sr. You win two ways.You get a milder, better-tasting cigarette. And you geta

.':,; :.::,. the safer steel helmet required dividend luxury premiums. Bargains are pretty rare these days, so get

..'': t\.:. .-. by regulations. Called down aboard this one. Smoke Raleighs and save the coupon on the back of the pack.
: once by his immediate commander,
.: ; >'." General Menoher, for taking that It's good in the U. S. A. for cash, or handsome gifts that are practical and y

VLV: ; risk, MacArthur's reply was: "I a aiy L! 3wf" aI long-lasting.. Here are just a few of the things you can get:
.: 5: >: can't be bothered with changing my ;M

.'S j .' hat when I'm busy!"

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,. Shortly after the first American

:' arrived in France under Mac- '
: troops {Y Y. R UNITED STATES i 0' 0 ,f.v .
,- ;,, '. Arthur, the French, who didn't think I '' V S SAYlN05 BONDS ;'

;/: < ,much of the Yanks as scrappers, fig- :

> ured they'd put on a show and give _
V .'.:': MacArthur idea of what real soldiers -
; : an $12f! 8 j
{ Defense Savings Stampsmay V >
: were like. Placing MacArthurin now be obtained through -
a spot where he could safely watch Brown & Williamson. Send 133
the Frenchies do their big stuff, they GARLAND Table Clock guaranteed by Raleigh coupons for each dollar ZIp Pocket Lighter of eatm .:
t Hammond. Rare wood chromium. Wind rd. Plain :
,: panel. etamp. Defense Stamp Album, gu
raid the Germans ;..
staged surprise on -
a 'Zing Go the Strings of My Heart." arc 115-v. AC only.7 inches high. shown above free on request or three-initial monogram. ?
.Y the line. Machine
across guns
t.; It's her lucky song; she sang it sev-
started to bark burst and
V V shrapnel .
V eral years ago when -she auditionedfor ''*f .
men were" dropping all' over the
her contract at Metro and ever
'; r'P. ,
' place. MacArthur armed only witha
since then she's chosen it for her
-, a riding whip, jumped into the bat- personal

: Y tle. When it was over, MacArthur appearances._
%Y\
'V V :V : walked over to the wide-eyed
The Hays office has requested de-
Frenchies the Ger-
leading by ear a ,
11 II II IIxr4
man officer whom he had capturedwith signers of screen clothes to avoid 1' i+ 'll it III I j 'I' j {'

nothing but a whip! planning costumes which would usea ,I I II I I II'IP I,
lot of material, when the womenof '

America are being: instructed to
The bitter"irony is that when conserve material. Veronica Lake Tilt-top Table.Matched butPen and Pencil Set-Balanced Clothes Hamper with Pearl Py- a
MacArthur was Chief of Staff, < terfly walnut center.Walnut andstreamlined.Smartpearl ralin lid. Airy. Removable
will be the first star to
.' 1 he made a mob of enemies and wear the 4 borders. Marquetry inlay. and black striped effect. laundry bag liner. '
new "conservation" garments; in
;, branded a be-
was warmonger
"The Glass Key" she'll wear "just
cause he pleaded for preparedness -
,_. enough goods to around." Of

, '. MacArthur! The campaign hit a peak to half smear a course, Dorothy,go Lamour really xY r'ia B&w Its a Better-Tasting Cigarette! 5

came first, with her sarong. .,;
dozen years ago when he re- "ii ffii"A r_
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tired, with Pres. Roosevelt's ap- If *

proval, to take on the job of Twenty-five thousand beauty shop I milder and easier ;
,1, chose Why are Raleighs on fi
building the Philippines' de- owners recently Rita Hay- .
fenses. His enemies screamed J worth as America's No. 1 red-head, ,your throat than other popular brands
'.' Jinx Falkenburg as the No. 1 bru- '
_' that Manuel Quezon was paying ,
blend of 31 selected
Because
Raleighs
are a
nette and Evelyn p
Keyes the
,_ V him a salary of $18,000 a year to as
<-.. help him establish a military blonde. Seems for a year they'd II grades of the finest Turkish and Domestic '

dictatorship. MacArthur's with- consulted their customers and found tobaccos-made from the more expensive ,', ,
,
ering reply was: "I wouldn't. that the hair styles of these three ; -

sell my sword." were the ones most popular. You rY I more golden colored leaves that bring top .
\ may judge for yourself by seeing
Rita's new picture, "My Sister I, V prices at the great tobacco sales. Switch to I ,.
Back in the early thirties, when "
Eileen, Miss Falkenburg's "Sweet- Raleighs today. You win two '
he was Chief of Staff, MacArthur heart of the Fleet" and EvelynKeyes' I M ways

prophetically warned that the com "The Adventures of Martin 11 "
I
ing war would be a mechanized af- Eden"-of course it's pure coinci- ''S 'R i [ B&W coupons also packed with KOOL Cigarettes ;
''
.' fair and repeatedly begged congressfor dence that they're all Columbia pic- tV Write for premium catalog. "
Mad.
a giant 'air force and a motor- tures! Union
ized army. Instead of opening their 'I'. P Plain or Cork Tips

It. minds to let in some fresh air, the When Clarence Nash first'quackedlike yV TUNE IN Red Skelton and Oaie Nelson etery Tuesday night, NBC Red Network ''cV
Rip Van Winkles quipped that the t .
a duck on a Burns and Allen
reason MacArthur was anxious to
program, way back last November
motorize the army was because of ,
nobody had any idea that the duck
his well known dislike for riding a I
Later might soon become a star: memberof
horse! when he was
.:. busily training his little native army the cast. But "Herman" has be-

_ .. :. in the Philippines, many Americans come so real to a host of listenersthat
V there referred to him sneeringly as he gets fan mail, and each

"the Napoleon of Luzon." (They week brings letters asking if he's a

didn't know it, but they weren't kidding real duck or just a noise, which delights M

. !) Unlike the secondguessers both George and Gracie. @: HERE'S WHAT YOU DO HERE'S WHAT YOU WINhs

I, hero now they beating once the belittled drum, for Pres.the "The Nightingale--'r.--and the Rose," t. It's simple.It's f'l;?.Just think up "Mother, may I go in 1 to buy You have 133 chan'ces to win. If
\{ a last lino to this jingle.Make sure you send in moro than one entry, I.6
Roosevelt was a MacArthur fan a new one-act opera commissionedby :<. it rhymes with the word "and." Cigarettes for you to try? your chances of winning will bo j it
away back. When MacArthur re- the National Broadcasting com- !, Write your last line of the that much better.: Don't delay. ;W:'
tired as Chief of Staff for what pany, will have its first performanceon :: jinglo on the ,reverse side of a Yes my darling daughter nd Start thinking right now. ;tW

seemed like military oblivion in the April 25 over a nation- wide hook- .Raleigh 'package wrapper (or a _ _ n '
,.; Philippines, Mr. Roosevelt told his up. Dr. Frank Black, NBC general illr-r facsimile thereof, sign it with First prize $100.00 cash I r,:

.". aides: "I must always find a way music director, will conduct the.performance ;h your full name and address, and Second prize 50.00 cash :
to keep MacArthur close to If and Vivian della Chiesa g mail it to Brown & Williamson originality and aptness of the line you write .
me.
and Felix both '1 Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box 1709! Judges' decisions must be accepted? as final. Third prize. '. 25.00 cash
there is another A.E.F. Knight, well knownto
: ever he'sthe :
. radio '9> Louisville, Kentucky, postmarked In caso of ties, duplicate prizes will bo 5 prizes of $10.00 50.00 cash
listeners will
>.. man to take it over!I" sing the lead- mail. IJt.
k not later than midnight, awarded. Winners will be notified by ::.
..':. ing roles. The opera is based on .t:.. April IS, 1942. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00 cash
Newspaper men eat out ofMacArthur's an Oscar Wilde fairy tale.' :rt You may enter aa many last Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., theiradvertising 100 rues of a carton
: ,' hand and --E--; lines as you wish, if they are all agents, or their families). All. r%* .
no wonder -
' '-'$: written on separate Raleigh packentries and ideas"thercin become the prop- of Raleighs 150.00 k'f8 '..
ik When he was Commander Henry Segall, who won an Oscar V
ago wrappers (or facsimiles). erty of Brown & Williamson Tobacco tiH V
.
of the Philippine Departmentand for his original story, "Here Comes 'Prizes will be awarded on tho Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00 t q
news of his divorce from his Mr. Jordan," which was made

first wife reached Manila, the by Columbia, tried vainly for three

local newspaper men rushed to years to sell it. The studio execu- n4r 4kiNwAVYNwY.WYhtiY&aSAslsilv9r

his headquarters and asked if he tives who wouldn't buy it must feel .

objected to their printing the like the publishers who turned down

. 1 story, adding they would suppress "Gone With the Wind.: By the way, Merchants Who Advertise Have Faith '
. -J it if he wished. "No," was we're told that 5,489,000 persons

the reply. "Put It, on the front have seen the movie about "Scarlett'
: page if you want tol{! O'Hara" twice or more. In the Merchandise They Offer to YouauR.s.T'r

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY APRIL 10 1942
PAGE EIGHT


the above named defendants appearIn COMPANY" I Range Thirty-three (33) East, containing visors of Sugarland Drainage District,
Soil Scientists To the above styled cause 'on Mon- A Corporation, etc., Et Als., 5,120 acres, more or less," will meet at 10 o'clock in the fore- I. ,',
day the 4th day of May, 1942 a Rule DefendantsTHE As the heirs, Devisees, legatees. noon on the 28th day of April, 1942 ,
day of said court, at the office of STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I Grantees or otherwise by thru _or Ilt the' office of the Secretary of the
Discuss EvergladesAt the Cleric of ''the Circuit Court of Ethel Pruitt, if living, and li1 dead, under the above named defendantsor District in Clewiston, Florida, for the
of them
any :
Hendry County, Florida. to answer under purpose of hearing objections' and
the bill of complaint filed herein, the nil parties claiming Interests otherwise, It appearing from the sworn, bill complaints with respect to the said
Meeting April 21 same being a bill for the foreclosureof Ethel Pruitt. Deceased or of complaint and supplemental bill budget, and for the purpose of transacting -
unknown;
described whose residence Is thereto filed in the above cause that
mortgage upon the above such other business as' -
a and If may
J
If living
lands; otherwise the allega- Maud L. Baker, interests each of the defendants Is' a non- properly come before said meetincr.
tions of the said bill will be taken dead, all parties claiming Deceased, or resident of the 'State of Florida or Dated this 8th day of April, 1942.
under :Maud ,L. Baker. that the residence of such defendantis
and BY
said defendants ORDER
confessed by OF THE BOARD 01-
!'J'hC Everglades their vast- redevelopment as residence is unknown -
otherwise, whose. unknown" forth above
set
the cause proceed ex parte. ; SUPERVISORS!: OF SUGARLAND
"O.I'ces, and problems The Clewiston News, a newspaperof ; and if It is therefore ordered that each DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
living,
circulation printed and Cedric J. Priebe, If of the above named defendants appear -
=will be the major topic of general in Hendry County, Florida, dead all parties claiming Interests in the'above styled cause on By: F. DEANE DUFF, f
discussion at the meeting of the Soil published is hereby; designated as the news- under Cedric J. Priebe, Deceased, or Monday, the 4th day of May, 1942 a 1942."S President'
said April 10 17
:Society of Florida in West paper in" which this order shall be otherwise, the residence of knownas rule day of said court, at the oft'iceof J ,
Science last
a week for four con- Cedric J. Priebe being the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof I
published once
Palm Beach on April 21, Dr. J. R.NenN' secutive weeks. Kings County, New York; andIf Hendry County, Florida, to the Bill
''bio-chemist in charge of the WITNESS my hand and official Virginia M. Spitler, if living,inter- of Complaint filed ,against them by
seal of Hendry County Circuit Court, dead, all parties claiming The Florida Land and Timber Com- POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS
Everglades Experiment Station atBelle this 2nd day of April, 1912. ests under Virginia M. I Spitler, Deceased pany, A Corporation, the same being
and president of the (OFFICIAL SEAL) or otherwise, the last known a bill for the foreclosure of a mort-
: Glade, M. Spitler
WILLIAM T. HULL. address of said Virginia gage upon the above described lands;.
organization: announced this week. Clerk of the Circuit Court, being 402 25th Street. Far Rocka- otherwise the allegations of said bill
Hendry CountyFlorida.. way N; ; will be taken as confessed by said
of zany
and present status if said defendants
History Fred H. Mellor, Fort :Myers, Fla. And of the defendants and the cause proceedex
Everglades drainage, characteristicsof Attorney for Plaintiff. above named' be married, the spousesof parte. FOil COUXTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
Kissimmee-Everglades watershed April 3, 10, 17, 24 and May 1. the said defendants, whose names The Clewiston News, a newspaper NO. 1
the are unknown, of general circulation printed and
soils and geology of the I And all' parties and' persons the claim-following published in Hendry County, Flor- This will announce my candidacy ,
'glades surface water, conservation'of i ing any interests in and in to Hendry ida, is hereby designated as the for re-election to the office of county
described lands
ORDER OF rUBLICATIOJVIN newspaper In which this order shall commissioner District No.1, subjectto
soil and water, financing and County, Florida: of Section be published once a week for four the will of the voters in the :May
N%)
"The North Half ( '
consecutive
"taxation of the 'glades, and current THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Twelve (12), and all of SectionsTwentvfour weeks. and Primaries.
WITNESS hand the official
my I am now serving first term
FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Twenty-sb.-(26), my as
'
research will be discussed. CHANCERYCase (24), seal of the Circuit Court of commissioner of this district and Invite -
,
Township
and Thirty-six (36) of Hendry County, Florida, this 2nd day the public to make close inspection
will No. 730 a -
Besides Dr. Neller, speakers Forty-four (44) South of Range of April, 1942.OFFICIAL .
board
of record
THE FLORIDA LAND AND TIMBER my as a .
"
Wilcox, Miami attorney Thirty-two (32) East: ( ,SEAL)
include J. Mark COMPANY, And the East Half (EV) of Sec- member during this time.
and former ,Congressman; A Corporation, tion Eighteen (18) and all of Sec- WILLIAM T. HULL, Your support and vote will bo ap-
Plaintiff (28), Clerk, Circuit Court of'; preciated.
Twenty-eight
tions Twenty (20),
lf. R. V. Allison, Gainesville, G.
) versus Thirty (30). and Thirty-two (32) of Hendry County Florida E. ETHERTON. -
State Experiment Station; Fred C. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL REALTY' Township ,Forty-four ((44) South of Fred Attorney'H. Mellor for Plaintiff.Fort Myers, '; '., Fla. (Paid Political Adv.) t

Elliott, Tallahassee, ,Florida In- April 3 10 17 24 and May 1." ,
----- - ------- --------- -- ---- --- ,

ternal Improvement Committee; C. ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ;. I FRIENDS AND VOTERS OF 4

C. Schrontz, Jacksonville, U. S. X f I IRe HENDRY COUNTYI

Army Engineers;, J. S. Stephens, NOTICE
: Sugarland Drainage District announce my' candidacy for
reelection -
Ft. Lauderdale, Soil Conservation CLEWISTON Taxes 'for the Year 1042 to the office of State Rep-
Service; G. G. Parker, Miami, U. resentative from Hendry County with
'S. Geological Survey; C. K. Davis, NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN thatin full knowledge of the duties involved
,
accordance with the provisions of and with the belief that experience
Ft. Lauderdale, SCS; J. E. Beards- GOLF COURSE j Chapter 18287, enacted at the 1937 gained in previous service qualifiesme
ley, ClewistoB, Everglades Drainage Session of the Legislature of the to perform such duties to the,
State of Florida and approved by the benefit of Hendry County and the
Board; W. Turner Wallis, West '+.. X Governor of the State of Florida, on State of Florida at large.I '
Palm Beach, State Planning Board; S May 20, 1937, the Board of Super- pledge a continuation of sound
(5Public InvIted :_: visors of Sugarland Drainage. Distrlct'l, constructive representation and will
::
C. B. Evans, Tallahassee, SCS; G. \ a drainage district organized existing appreciate your consideration of my
f under the laws of Florida, and candidacy on May 5th.
E. Ferguson, Ocala, U. S. Geological embracing lands within Hendry and 'I ELBERT L. STEWART.. ..
Survey; and H. A. Bestor, .. y.. Glades Counties, has caused to, be '(Paid Political Adv.)
y prepared a budget of the debt Service -
Clewiston, U. S. Sugar Corporation. i X requirements and of the costs of I I
maintaining and operating all of the
:Mr., Bertor's subject for discus- .f'. -- .. works and improvements of Sugar-I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
y land Drainage District and of administering DISTRICT NO.1 ,
sion will be, "Principal Elements y the affairs of the Dis-
y Af trict generally during the year begin- This will announce my 'candidacy
'()f a Longtime Soil and Water ning on the First day of November for the office of County Commissioner -

Conservation Plan for the Ever- f Showers installed in locker 1942 of and October onding, 1943.on the' Said ThirtyFirstday budget, During from District my eleven.No.1.years residence'

,'glades" and Mr. Beardsley will dis- .. I .. among other things, shows the amountof iIn Clewiston and constant contact
Unit No. 1 Debt Service Tax, Unit I with its people I believe that I am
cuss "The 'Present Status of Plans Y ,.. ; '.. No. 2 Debt Service Tax, Unit No., 1 as familiar with the problems of the
:_: ; .rooms ,_ : .vk..':'.. :' .. Maintenance Tax Unit No.2 Mainten-, district and county as anyone in the
tor Refinancing the Everglades "" ,'!'. ', ance Tax per acre necessary to be district and promise that If elected,
:: :):' ': levied upon the lands within said I shall administer the, business of 't
:Drainage District. i :: District for the year 1942. the office with fairness and honesty.
.. The said budget is now on file and Your ,vote on May 5th will be sin-
.t
The meeting will be held at the v '" may be examined at the office of the cerely appreciated. .
Secretary of the said District at Clew- PARKER T. WILSON.

.. 'George"begin at Washington 10 a. m. Hotel and will :: Greens in excellent condition,, :i: iston, Florida. The Board of Super- (Paid Political Adv.) .'

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION

::: ASK THE PRO ABOUT LADIES' TOURNAMENT ::
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: &N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEN- i

i" "' DRY IN CHANCERY.Case COUNTY,.'FLORIDA- !:: Keep physically fit' Play Golf :;: '

No. 911 .. ..
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1, THE FLORIDA LAND' AND TIMBER
COMPANY, .y. y...
\A Corporation, A 1
, Plaintiff, f'y
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HERMAuN. CLARK, ET ALS.,
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THE STATE ,OF Defendants.FLORIDA TO: :: YEARLY MEMBERSHIP, :: J"x.

: THOMAS A. GREEN, if living, and

: under if dead Thomas, all parties A. Green claiming, Deceased interest, or :;: DAILY GREEN FEES :t i:

otherwise, the last known address of
said Thomas A. Green being 3022 Que i:0 '
Street. Washington D. C., and if the ; ;::":":":":":":":":NMNNNN:NN:MINMNN )
said Thomas A. Green be married,
the wife of said Thomas A. Green,
whose name is unknown, and all ,
parties claiming any interests in and :NNMN:NN:MNNNNN:NN:":":":":":":":":.':.':":":":":":'.:":":":":.':":":":NNNNNNNM.
" :to the following described lands in y
:Hendry County, Florida: y y s
'Section Six (6), Township Forty- I .
1 eight (48) South of Range Thirty- l_ i "W.
' :: :
=two (32) East, ENJOY AN
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as the heirs devisees, legatees, ,
grantees or otherwise by, thru 01 (
under any of the said defendants: fJ in
It is hereby ordered that each of
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