The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00887
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00887
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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t : ALL TEACHERS HERE BOARD I I Legion Meeting Held Heavy Rains May Delay .

On Tuesday Night

:: ARE'REAPPOINTED FOR Close Of Harvest Season

I American Legion Post
' Clewiston ,
. .; ;;: S FOR 1942-43 ,TERM OF MEN 45 No. 93, held its monthly meetingon

,Tuesday 'night at the ClewistonInn c -- .

with a good attendance. Molasses-Fed Beef Is Almost Five Inches of
named to attend
The county school board met in The county selective Delegates were

. \ special session Tuesday evening at a meeting held this the state convention to Orlando on Oked by Miami RealtorsFred Rain Falls Here
7 8 and 9. These delegates
May ,
: LaBelle and acted upon the recommendations tentative arrangements I
k I of trustees of the sev- or fourth selective are R., N. :Miller of LaBelle'and In 48 Hours

eral districts for faculties for next tration in Hendry County Keathley Bowden. G. B. Thomaswas W. Davis represented the -

term and accepted without change 27th. named _as an alternate and U. S. Sugar Corporation at a dinner -
:, \ another alternate will be named at Heavy rains during the past two
the recommendation of the Clewis- On that date, which is
:' : ton trustees that all teachers be : all men who have, before the time if necessary. meeting of the Miami Boardof days which have been general over

;" ; xe-elected. ., 16 of this year, attained Following the meeting the mem- Realtors at the El Commodoro the greater portion of the Lake

1-:: The board also approved the of forty-five and have bers went to the home of F. D. Hotel in Miami last Thursday even- area will cause at least 'some delay -

recommendation of the trustees, their 65th birthday on Duff to serenade him, it 'being his ing at which Clewiston molasses- in the completion of the sugar

;. f':;." made recently, for the reelectionof will be', ,registered. birthday anniversary. fed beef was the feature dish. Other harvest season which was scheduled -
The next meeting on May 12, to end this week-end but of-
,; if any of this class are
R. W. Turk as principal'of the ,
' will, if weather permits, be held All-Florida foods were featuredon ficials of the United States Cor-
, actual ,
: :Sr Clewiston school. Robert George be 'called ,for
out-of-doors at the barbecue pitson the menu. poration this unableto
r morning
again selected to drive the they may' be placed in
1" was Clewiston bus. tions in the vital war the ridge. There will be a rib The thick, juicy steaks served, to predict just how long a 'delay
roast with the Legion furnishingthe the realtors and a number of visi- would be caused. -
The where there they may be able to fill.
place might
'.- food and the Boy Scouts pre- tors passed all table tests with fly- These officials believed that it
be is that of Questionaires haye not
". .' r possibly a change received' it is not paring it as their good turn of the ing colors and the group enthus- would be noon Saturday before it
librarian Mrs. Vaughn being -
reappointed month for the sponsoring institu- iasticly proclaimed it the equal of could be definitely determined
: only providing Miss what questions ,this
4 tion. any high-grade western meat. whether not there would be
will be required to
does not succeed
.: Mary Neely inl I During the dinner Mr. Davis
securing' the required number of As in the preceding enough of a delay to cause a post-
made a brief talk in which heN explained ponement of the various plantation
': hours be certified librarian white men will- be
to as or
Clewiston at the school MARY DAVIDSON TO the experimental feeding festivities, scheduled to begin Tues-
,unless, due to some faculty change, '
tests which had been conducted by
day or the festival barbecue and -
the LaBelle and Felda
k a teacher is not secured who is
also be used for white the corporation with homeproduced dance scheduled. for next Thursday .
-I certified in library science. '
REPRESENT SCHOOLIN feeds and molasses which had night.
F Teachers of junior and senior Colored 'registrants in
resulted in the development of this
Jay W. Moran'vice-president and
will to the Townsite
high school re-elected were Mrs.
. r" ;. Mary: 'Baker, Miss Hannah York, hall or the Bare Beach high grade beef. These experiments general manager of the corporation
SPELLING MATCHMary will enable Florida cattlemen to
I stated this that
, morning although
I' Mrs. Marjorie Bjornson, Miss Mary registration will not be .
better beef and much
produce get there is little
; disturb school comparatively cane
: ; Neely, Miss Lucy Humble, Mrs.
; higher prices through the use of left in the field and delay
: Occupational some
Thelma Okerstrom and Dan Pad- ,
gett. Elementary teachers re- soon to be mailed' to all Davidson, 6th grade pupil, cheaper, home-grown finishing may be experienced in getting it cut

"" elected were: Mrs. Kathryn Harris, 'istered in'the third is the champion speller of the feeds. He stressed the fact that and out of the field, that all of it

.',' Mrs. Helen Spooner, Miss Evelyn registrations and shortly Clewiston school by virtue of out- the fattening of cattle was still in would be cut as originally plannedand

, ,:Burhans, Mrs. Lavonia Holstine, go to all ,who were in the spelling the twelve best spellers in experimental stages and that pro- processed at the sugar house.
"' duction of the meat was not on The rain had almost stopped at
second registrations.
- i Mrs. Margaret Arey and Mrs. the school at the elimination con- such basis that all I
markets couldbe
". a noon today and skies were clear
' '.. T' Charlotte Walston. Frank Sturchio registrants, in filling
"' ..lJ, was re-elected also as music direc forms Mrs. Claudia test held in the auditorium Wed- provided. ing giving some hope that the bad
is the W. F. Therkildson, editor of the weather was over but the water
__ tor. employed in the local nesday evening. Mary
-: Herald's All-Florida, ''page, pointed stood in streets the town and
The board also approved a La-! in the Hopkins daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. over s
out that Florida now ranks third in most the
,Belle trustee recommendation that cupational clerk. She Davidson and will represent the surrounding area.
minutes give assistance to any finals the production of range cattle and Some Clewiston streets were completely -
forty-five each day be de- Clewiston school in the county
: voted to physical education ''but this confused by the. next Friday evening. The said that the industry is still in its covered and the high water

program is well along in the I.man will be required to final elimination contest will determine infancy. around the school prevented hav-

Clewiston school having been 'Inaugurated of these forms.. the champion of the county ing school today. Vegetable crops

i' this term by Principal R. who will in turn be pitted Clewiston People around the lake are understood to

: W. Turk. _._- nt Boy Scout ''Patrol against other county champions in have suffered sheavily.
,$ '. --' l' '''' Attend Field Heaviest rain Wednesday night
'r'New DayS
?-> > rr 1-'" the final contest in Miami.

First Aid Classes Takes ,Third A, small crowd ,of parents, pupils was in Clewis ton',which recorded
2,57 inches and th1' heaviest last
At Riddle Field
HAt and friends :were present 'Wednes-
Tower day evening. Miss Mary Neely,. night was at 'Bear Beach which
To Be Formed Here. showed 3.21 inches. All stationsin
English teacher, pronounced the
Many Clewiston people took ad- the western division showed a
words. Elsie Martin, 8th grade
-, The local Red Cross chapter The Tiger ,Patrol of pupil, was runner-up and Grace vantage of the open post day at heavy rainfall both nights and the

\ will offer another series 'of Red ton Boy Scout troop 'r'I Ward, 7th grade pupil, placed third. Riddle Field Tuesday afternoonand eastern division escaped with lit-
tle less rain. The there
1\ ( first word missed that attended the inter-class field average
Cross classes in First Aid and any The was ,
of 469 points out of a day. staged by the RAF cadets of was 1.2 inches last night and halfan
who are interested in taking the of Juanita Turner, who put the
I course are requested to register at the south Florida I fatal but often customary "e" in the four flights now in training inch' Wednesday: night. Up un-
til o'clock this morning 1.86
last Thursday. and judgment. Carolyn Burt, ordin- there. seven ?
.: ,,_ with Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, telephoned -
I inches had been recorded in Clew-
; The cadets
participating wore
;" -S 75. Tower near Lake Wales arily an excellent speller, became
t.. The organization' will be next I confused and declined to attempther singlets, shorts and gym shoes and iston for the twenty-four period but
third the 160
among each had red blue yellow heavy showers fell after that time.
,' Monday evening in' the high school word, "executive. Richard a or !
tending in general I back of Drainage pumps will soon dispose -
ribbon sewn on the
. .' auditorium at 8 o'clock. Any who ,McLeod found "laboratory" too green
The other Clewiston his singlet to distinguish the 'class. of the surplus water and if
wish to take the course are requested much for him when he began
.-S.. to register prior to the Flying Eagles, scored 445 "labr." The advanced class wore red, the the rain stops it will only be a

'- meeting, if possible. Attendance were also among the "Essential" was Waterloo for basic class blue, the advanced primary very short while until the fieldsare

at the first meeting is urgent. ing patrols.; I Fred Westberry and "attendance"downed yellow and the freshmen again dry enough to continue
with field operations, and probablynot
Mrs. Patterson also requests that Members of all patrols Lucile Rogers. Bob Wiandt green.
:, .,' any who have text books used in above 425 points were could probably have spelled "pri- The advanced primary or yellow more than a couple of days:

the classes just completed, please vanced camping badges ,vate" or "corporal" or perhapseven flight won th.e beautiful silver lying 'will be lost.Rainfall .

turn them in so they may be used ribbons and as a special "sergeant" but "lieutenant"was cup presented by Riddle-Mc for the forty-eight hour

.. in the new group. The textbooksmay tion were permitted to the word given him and he Kay with a total of twenty-four period preceding seven o'clock this
morning' for various stations in the
be purchased by those who interior of the Tower so missed. Two of the youngest points. The advanced class was
: plantation villages of the sugar
..,' used them but all who do not nay Clewiston scouts were spellers were Richard Knight and the runner-up with fifteen' points.
events corporation were as follows: Ben-
for theirs are asked to return this privilege. In I Charles Miner. Charles omitted the First place in the counted \,
three points, second place two and bow, 3.24 inches; Liberty Point,
them at once. two patrol leaders, first "i" in "curiosity" and Rich-
The Red Cross first aid film'"Before of the Tigers: and Bruce I ard unfortunately drew "unfor- third place one. No points were 2.98 inches; Townsite, 4.43inches; <
Ritta 4.42 Miami Locks, 3.44;
The Doctor Arrives," will of the 'Flying Eagles, tunately." Noley Geiger stood scored on the three-legged race,
South Shore 3.53 South Bay, 3.67
be shown here May 11th, which is 'before the camporee through several words but slippedup sack race and obstacle race and the ;
tug of war and relay race countedsix and Bear Beach, 494.
the earliest date t' could be ,obtained congratulated. on "indefinitely. DorisStrickland's
Sherwood Hall, Oliver word was "acknowl-. and three points.
s o After the completion of the new and Nick Schiffli, (Continued on page five) Places in the various events Ag. Teachers Plan

group of First Aid,,classes,,_ the ,.local ficers of the troop, (Continued on page 8) ,District ContestsAt
chapter will request national service patrol emblems Local Speakers On .
Red Cross officials to give an instructors Nick who 'remembered Kiwanis Speakers Are

course here,-which will and applied a tourniquet Horticultural ProgramWhen a meeting of agricultural

. qualify all who complete it successfully of one of the camporee Chosen At Meeting teachers from the sixth district,

to become registered in severed an artery, r-- held last week in Clewiston, plans

structors. I patrolman and rushed the Florida State Hor- were made for sub-district contests

.. I a doctor for treatment.The ticultural Society' holds its three- Following a general discussionof between 'members of the classes

SOUTHERN COLLEGE OFFICIALS Scouts were I day meeting on April 21,' 22 and "Objectives of Kiwanis" led byJ. from Pahokee, Belle Glade, Moore

: ARE VISITORS HERE THURSDAY Robert George who drove 23 at the George Washington Hotelin E. Beardsley and W. C. Owenat Haven and Clewiston, in public

bus and in Moore .Haven West Palm Beach, three Clew- the meeting of the club Wednes- speaking and parliamentary proce-

Dr. Ludd 'M. Spivey, Dr. Robert ed up eleven members of iston speakers will be featured on day night at the Inn, speakers were dure, the winners to go to Fort

"MacGowan and Corning F. Tolle there with their the programs.On selected to speak on these objectives Lauderdale to participate in the

,,: \ of Florida Southern College were (Continued on ) I the opening day, at the at future meetings. district contest. Eliminations have

; visitors at the Clewiston High session of the Soil Science Society, Each member present also listed already begun in local classes.

I :... School yesterday morning. Red Cross Work I an affiliate of the horticulturalgroup his age, where he was born, lengthof The teachers, some sixteen or

" r. At nigh school assembly the visitors H. A. Bestor, ,drainage en- service as a Kiwanian and his seventeen in number, talked over
'"\ introduced length of residence in Clewistou. several different problems relat-
were to the stu- Moved To gineer for the U. S. Sugar Corpora
, I ;:, : dents. Dr. MacGowan, of Scotland, tion, will speak on "The Principal ing to their- work and heard short
:" ;'T-- '" who is a visiting professor of Elements of a Longtime Soil and i Election. Officials To talks by H. L. Lewis, livestock

\, l{'.', ., philosophy at Southern this year, The Red Cross work Water Conservation Plan for the specialist of the State Marketing

',;.-., -made a splendid talk to the stu- been moved to a more Everglades Area" and J. E. Beards- Serve at Polls May 5 Bureau and A.. R. Howard, A.C.L.

t';{,: 'dents. His talk was inspirational ly located room "in the I ley will speak on "The Present livestock agent.J. .
;:. and dealt with the growth of the The Miscellaneous Status of the Plans for Refinancingthe .--- F. Wilson, Jr., state super

: i"--- individual through his, many con- ing only for a few Everglades." The county commissioners in visor of 'agricultural education,

tacts, including college.Dr. two dresses and some At the afternoon session on the special session Monday prepared a presided at the meeting which was

Spivey as president and Mr. be turned in. 23rd, the meeting of the Vegetable list of election officials to serve at held in the agriculture class room

. Tolle as dean of men contacted knitting received : section, John Tiedtke of the the polls May 5th in the. various of the Clewiston I school.BACCALAUIEATE .

:: seniors who might be interested in 23rd please turn It in. Shawnee Farms will speak on districts.

: attending college. ice knitting (socks) are "Problems and Limitations of Iceberg The polling place at Clewistou SPEAKER

't' .',' ed yet. Lettuce Production. on Ever- is Community Center,- City Hall
:::1> I P.-T. A. TO MEET There is still sweater glades Muck." building. Officials are C. E. The senior class has announcedthat

given out, and plenty Many other interesting talks are Miner, clerk, R. C. Nowling, Mrs.G. Rev., H. C. Meador, pastor of

r The Parent-Teacher Associationwill Anyone who can help scheduled by men well versed in B. Rackstraw, Mrs. Launita the Clewistou Baptist Church, has
< meet at the school auditorium or knitting 'are urged the various horticultural ,lines in George, inspectors, Bill Allen, spec- been invited to be the baccalaureate'speaker

next Tuesday, April 21, at 4:15. and get some work.\ the state. ial deputy., this ,year.

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THE STORY SO FAR: Joan Leland, Paul stared into the fire but he looming out' of the mist. Karl took I "John's been dying to get made Said the prospective buyer:

secretary to Arthur Mulford, San Fran. was silent. her arm as they walked through a a parachute jumper." "He's a good-looking horse Is hea
cisco importer, is amazed and angry, "Then you don't know anything?" large storeroom, out into the foggy "Couldn't you knit him one good jumper?" .
when be discharges her and refuses any
Her sister Sybil, with whom Joan continued. night, and up the swaying gang- dear?" "Sir!" replied the dealer "ii f
explanation. ,
Paul tossed his cigarette into the plank of the freighter.On .
she shares an apartment, loses her beauty you want to keep him in a field
salon position the same day. Joan flames. "Okay, Joan. You win. I deck she followed Karl up a To listen to some people talk, you'll have to put a lid on it!"
accepts a position in a night club, as can't say any more. But remember narrow staircase to the captain's you would think their thoughts had
secretary to handsome Karl Miller, who this. Watch your step! Will quarters.But .
just stepped banana Now That!
on a peel.
pays her a high salary In advance and you?" though a lamp burned brightly Mrs.
gives the unusual hours as the reason. "Thanks for the advice." Grasp-Fifty cents for a
in the, cabin, there was no sign of
He obtains a Job for Sybil and makes What It Says little fish like that. It's ridiculous.
"It's for your own good,
the captain. Joan was intrigued by
who is fascinated. Paul "You
love to Joan, can't
Sherman said picking his hat. "What does this mean, 'Under Entirely expect such a large
Sherman, his manager, interrupts them, up the round wooden table, the small fish "
I about that date New Management'? That's the now, explained the man at
"How tomorrow
returns later to invite Joan to dinner desk, the faded curtains that inadequately the market.
with him. Joan meets Karl's partner, night?" draped, the portholes. same old manager here. "The submarines
"Yes, sir" replied the waiter "but have scared them out
of their
Eric Strom. Both Paul and Eric seekto Joan smiled faintly. "Don't you t
"Isn't anyone on board? she he's married growth."
make dates with Joan. On one Sun. ever give up? I told you-I couldn'tgo. asked, drawing closer to Karl. again"Be
Joan'were '
day, when Karl Eric and ." '
at dinner, Karl Is called to the telephone "There are a couple of sailors be-
They stood at the door measur-
lie then asks Joan to come to the low. I saw them as we came up.We'll Proud. of YourHousehold
each other with their
ing -
office for some dictation. She writesone wait here few minutes. Do a l
short letter and Karl suggests she a mask that told her noth- mind Linens '
go borne In a taxi. While she Is waiting, ing, Joan's challenging him, defy- you ? SURER
Paul shows up in his car. She tells him ing him to speak one word against "No. It's fun!" WORLD LARGEST SELLER AT IOC

she had forgotten her purse. Karl Miller. Karl walked to the table, poured (*icfJ J3itel.L .

Now continue with the story. "I won't _bother 'you any more some whisky out of an old-fashioned -

then," Paul said quietly. "Good crystal decanter, and quickly 't, ARE YOUR 2aiue1iSI }
downed it. 4
In the bedroom. Sybil was proppedup "This ship has been to South ;a

"I'll get it for you," Paul offered. in ,her bed, wearing a blue satin America, all through the West In- ?

"And let Karl know you're taking bed jacket, reading a magazine. dies, even to.Japan.."

me home? Oh no! I'll go myself." "Was that Karl?" "How I'd love to go to some of .

The door of the club was unlockedas "No, Paul Sherman, giving me those places! I'm so tired of living non try Jrindnesil First of all you can't

she slipped in and hurried down some good advice about working at such an ordinary life. Just eating chance.expect them Most to people act unless make.:you sure sin to them 3 a

the corridor. Afterwards she won'dered the club. He doesn't think I'm the and sleeping and working day after meals a day. Bat they never think of giving ret

what instinct prompted her type, whatever that means." day." their bowels a regular time (daily) for

to pause for a moment as she stood She slipped into her warm bath- She moved her hands with an impatient evacuation.If .

with her hand on the doorknob of robe and sat down on the edge of gesture. Her figure was you're neglected YOUR bowels until

Karl Miller's office.It her sister's bed. "I met Karl's part- straight and slender in its black wool they finally became stubborn and unwillingto
v act, ask :your druggist for ADLEBIKA.
seemed a long time but in real- ner, Eric Strom, tonight. He triedto dress, her face- pale ivory with its $ "?' ..tt.wrr.a It is an effective blend of 6 carminatives

ity it was only a few seconds that make a date with ,me, too. It'sa eager mouth and flashing emerald al fyy A and 3 laxatives giving DOUBLE action.

she stood there listening to Eric shame the way everyone tries to eyes. Gas is expelled and bowel action follows
Strom's voice. double-cross Karl." Karl Miller caught his breath as surprisingly: fast. After that, make up your
mind to give your bowels 6 or 10 minutes'
"Ja, Karl! Bitte!" "How in the world did'you happento he looked at her. time at regular hour, daily. Your druggisthas

Karl's reply was harsh, "Nein, come home with Paul?" "I'd like to take you to South ADLEBECA.

Nein! Es ist verboten." Joan explained, but did not men- America, darling! Maybe I can

Joan did not understand but instinctively tion what she had overheard when some day. Would you like Jo have

her hand drew back from .. me show you. the world?" : ,.

the door. This was 'a private con- -. "... "More 'than anything!" she cried ......'........'. "..., -.. .
versation. Karl would not want her recklessly. "Oh Karl ." ::: ': -.. -

to hear. h He pressed her, hand to his lips. r '.-.. f;B Jlr: ] ? BLACKMflN'S{
But her nervous gesture had madea '/'fEDlIATt1() ;
"You're beautiful, he murmured. : II\J I MEDICATED ti
which Karl Miller'sear
small sound, "You're beautiful and exciting, andI VOU'LL love to show these

caught immediately.He love you, liebchen! Do you know x linens off! And they're such SALT BRICK
threw open the door with a vio- what liebchen means? It is sweet- fun to embroider in lovely colors i

lent gesture.?" "Joan! What are you heart! It is what you are to me!" and edge with crochet! Although ."ATONICicoKDrrroxu."I. r' For Horses,

doing His arms were around her. Lieb- simple to do, you'll be proud of 1
"I she faltered .. Mules, Cows
my purse, sheet I J- toT .4i
chen! This foreign word held a curi- pillow case or scarf deco- g:"-
Eric Strom's sardonic and
feeling SheepNo
ous fascination for her. It was like rated this way.
her.Karl's .
upon Karl. Strong, strange and sweet. trouble to use, simply keepone
relieved smile reassuredher. Pattern No. 220 contains a transfer pattern .
"Of course! Here it is." "You believe me, Joan? You be- of a eaixlT?i and two 53,4xl5 Inch in the feed box all the time. .
lieve me?" motifs; materials required; illustrations of Stock will dose themselves.Use .
Joan made exit
a hasty closingthe stitches;,direction,for. edging. Send your
The drone of foghorns seemed a In the plane of plain salt.
door. quickly behind her, but as order. to:
she walked down the dark hall she mournful undercurrent to her rapidly Try It a week or so and be convinced.
beating heart. "Yes, Karl, I be-
realized that she BUY
was shivering. lieve .Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. FROM YOUR DEALER
82 Eighth New York
Ave. Manufactured by ,
As Karl's arms closed about her
"What's the matter?" Paul demanded Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
Joan heard faint sound outside the
V a cover cost of for Chattanooga
as Joan got in the car. mailing) PatternNo. Tennessee
cabin door.Startled .
"You're as white as a ghost." ..............
she cried, "What was
"Nothing! But the girl's hands that? Karl, did you hear it?" Name.................................

were clasped. Please nervously.!" "Let's go'home. ,-. 11./f!,, : ) "Probably one of the sailors." But Address............................... \
his hand reached to the inside pocket -
Joan tried to tell herself that noth-
of his coat and he walked swiftly. NERVOUS
ing was 'wrong. Just because Karl
to the door and it
and Eric Strom had been speakingin flung open. Fast DrivingA YOU'REon"certain

their native tongue was no cause 1J\L\ There was no one. The stairway days"of monthIf

for alarm. But she found herself .. ... 'A A leading down to the deck was emp- recent study made to deter- functional
-- --'--"- --- --- monthly disturbancesmake
ty. Karl looked out into the dark
saying to Paul, "Do you speak Ger- "Please!" Joan cried, I mine the cost of operating an auto- you nervous, restless, high-
exasper- night. strung, cranky, blue, at such times
man? mobile at low and
ated. "Is there any good reason whyI a a high speed,
"You must have imagined it! No -try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable,
"So that's it! You overheard revealed that when two identicalcars
shouldn't work for Karl? one is there." Compound-famous for over 60
Karl! 'are driven over the same years-to help relieve such pain
"I heard I know I
"You" haven't answered my ques- she went back to get her purse. Before did. Oh Karl something., let's get out of here. 1,000-mile course, one at 25 and and nervous days.feelings" of women's"difficult

tion. she could finish the telephonerang. You can see your friend some other the"other at 65 miles an, hour, the Taken regularlyPinkham's
"And I am not going to," Paul time can't ?" latter consumes 60 per cent more' Compound helps build up resist-
said firmly as he stopped the car in Karl Miller's voice came forcefully you gasoline and 800 per cent more ance against such annoying symp-
front of her 'His voice was controlled. "Justas toms. Follow label directions. Well
apartment building."Do over the wire. "Joan? You are oil and causes 700 per cent more worth
you mind if I come in for a min- home safely?" you wish. wear on the tires. trying
ute?" But as she preceded him down the ---
"Yes. I've been home for some
Joan was not very gracious aboutit. time." She smiled, picturing Karlon steps Joan saw a- figure disappearinto
the shadows of the deck and
was tired and confused. The
the other end of the line. How
last thing she wanted was to be sweet that he could be so concerned! even in the fog she could see thatit AND, YOUNG LADY REMEMBER, IF YOU \

forced to listen to Paul's subtle in- "I just wanted to be sure that was Paul Sherman!.
sinuations *
against Karl Paul, how- were all right. Good night, darling." ,
ever, settled himself comfortably It was the first tune that he had Three weeks had passed since the 15 FLEISCHMANN'SCake
before the fire, lit a cigarette and called her "darling." Her pulse night Joan went to the freighterwith -ALL THESE VITAMINS

said, "Joan, why don't you quit leaped at the unfamiliar endear- Karl and was followed by Paul
working at the club?" ment. Sherman. She had mentioned it

She stood before him, green eyes "We will not work tomorrow," toKarl.. She wanted to solve the t J

narrowed with anger, her head high. Karl informed her. "We shall have, mystery of Paul's curious behavior >; "' ......
"I don't think it's any of your busi- dinner together alone." for herself. She was sure that ., -. ,..

ness what I do or where I work. Joan went back to the bedroom Paul meant no harm. Looking over

' I'm tired of your insinuations. If with shining- eyes to tell Sybil. Karl's appointment book, she saw

you have anything against Karl Mil- "Then you won't meet Paul?" that Paul Sherman would be at the

ler, why don't you come out and "Of course, not! I wouldn't any- club at ten-thirty that night. ji4c'H

say so? Why shouldn't I work for. way." "I'm going to try to see him
him? alone," she decided, "and demandan ,

"I'm sorry, Joan! I guess I used Joan had not'' considered the pos- explanation. If he doesn't tell

the wrong approach. I suppose from sibility that Karl Miller might take me, I'll threaten to go to Karl aboutit

your point of view. I'm meddling her to dinner at the same place Paul, !"

where have no right to." suggested but as they walked into Her relationship with Karl 'could

Their eyes met in the mirror. His \he lobby of the hotel Paul had mentioned not have been more perfect since the tJ.QiI.OW

face was unsmiling, the brown eyes Joan saw him coming out of night on the freighter when he told "

serious. "You don't seem like 'the the; bar. He nodded pleasantly as her he loved her. She felt much
type of girl to be'working for Karl he passed them and Joan breatheda closer to him. At least three eve- *Per : Vitamin A-2000 Units (Int.) Vitamin Bj-150 Units (Int.)
Vitamin D 350 Units (Int.) Vitamin C 40-50 Units (Sb. Bour.)
Miller. You don't -
belong at the sigh of relief. Their meal was almost nings a week Karl took'her dancing.On .
Club Elite!" finished when Joan saw Paul Sundays they went for long rides All of these vitamins go right into your bread; they are not appreciably
lost in the oven.Ask for Fleischmann's Fresh Yeast-with theyellow labeL
"I'm sick of hearing
everyone say again. He was sitting alone at a across the Golden Gate bridge into
that. I'm old enough to know what corner table directly behind Karl. Marin county, where the trees

I'm doing. "I don't need advice- When they left, Joan, looking over flashed their autumn reds and

from anyone. her shoulder, saw Paul behind them. browns in the deep November sun- .
"You are a very stubborn wom- Was he deliberately following her? shine.
an. Paul laughed.The Was this his idea of a joke? But Only Sybil was able to shatter

room The was cheerful in the fire- Joan did not tell Karl. He might her peace by saying, "If Karl is BEACONS OF SAFETYLike

light. polished brass shone anda have discharged Paul and she did really in love with you, why doesn'the

large blue' bowl of chrysanthemums not want him to lose his job on her ask, you to marry him?" a beacon light on the height-the advertisements -
lent a gay note to the somber f
account. "
furnishings."Do "He probably will, Joan said in newspapers' direct to newer, better
Karl drove you
along the Em.
live here alone stubbornly, "in time. After all, we
"With you sister "? barcadero. "Have you ever been on haven't known each other very and easier ways of providing the things needed or
Sybil. "
a freighter? he asked the girl at long." ,
"And she doesn't of desired. It shines this beacon of adver-
approve your his side. "Like to see one?" Karl not once had mentioned mar newspaper
working"Please for!" Karl Joan, either cried ? "I'd love it," she answered. riage. tising and it will be to your advantage to follow -
exasperated. "Sweet !" He ,
reached for "You still don't trust Karl, do
"Is there at y good reason why her hand. you?" Joan asked 'as the girls it whenever you make a purchase. ,

I shouldn't work for Karl? Do you They stopped at Pier 27. Joan washed the supper dishes.; ... j
know something against him?" could hulk ,
see a small ship (TO HE CONTINUED)


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Sadly Disillusioned Author i ? A quiz with answers offeringANOTHER I

I h ie, ryidiciov.sgossip .f information
on various subjects
This story is told by a man whois !
writing a new movie for Sam ,
irvjinuvtirsg -* Goldwyn. One day the author met

rzth&.r spend my Goldwyn for the first time. He The Questions 7. In the song "Yankee Doodle,"

leisure tim listened patiently while Goldwyn 1. How many men hold the rankof to what'does the word. "macaroni"
discussed the story, without ac- commodore of the U. S. ? refer?
In re-vdinO 3WNU story book (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) cent or malaprop "All those 2. How long must a senator navy have The Answers

ft X'AIC". '"P HERE'S a touch of silver in the stories about Goldwynisms have been a U. S. citizen to be eligibleto 1. None. The rank,was abolishedin
dark cloud hovering over the been incorrect," he mused-while that office? 1899.

tribal home of the Cleveland In Goldwyn continued, still without 3. Who wrote the words "All 2. At least nine years.

dians-they haven't been picked to accent, still using the correct mankind loves a lover"? 3. Ralph Waldo Emerson.

win the American league pennant.And words "I'll write an article 4. How many known elements 4. Ninety-two.

for good reason. No one about Goldwyn and disprove those are there? 5. John Tyler.

o knows for sure just how much the stories," the author vowed. ,5. Who was the first vice presi- 6. The Statue of Liberty. A

absence of Rapid Robert Feller will Then as conference. ended, dent of the United States to be- small theater was installed wherein

influence the Indians' destiny in Goldwyn led him to the door and come President as a result of the illustrated lectures were given

1942. If the slack created by his said: "Now remember, you've an death of his predecessor? 7. The dandies of the Eighteenth

Service. enlistment in the navy is taken up important job.' In this enterprise 6. What statue has a theater century were called ,Macaronies

by 'other pitchers, the team will you're the main clog." within it? because of their showy dress. .

"' cause plenty of trouble.

Most sports fans want the Indiansto

FAIMSALLBRANMUFFINS. come through this year. Lou

Boudreau, putting in his first yearas

EASY TO manager, seems to have won the
complete confidence of his men.

\ That, in itself, is a major achieve-
MAKE. DELICIOUS! ment. The 24-year-old Boudreau is

... little more than a youngster in SWITCH TO
They really are the most delicious muffins the baseball world, yet he has the
, ,:. that ever melted a pat of butter!
of veteran pilot.
-j. Made with crisp, toasted shreds of calm confidence a Va
..'j"' .. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN, they have a And the Indians aren't known as a
'. : .. ,.. texture and flavor that have made them group of Pollyannas.
>0;:..'., "r' famous all over America.
" .:. .' ,> KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN MUFFINS .i Good JudgmentBaseball

. J ( 2 tablespoons *\ cup milk men appreciate Bou-
1 flour
shortening cup
: 'r '
:' \ ": ./ cup sugar % teaspoon salt dreau's smartness in selecting a
",." F 1 egg teaspoons pair of veterans like Burt Shotten '
'>i;,, t.:- 1 cup All-Bran baking powder and Oscar Melillo to be his coaches
.',, -' it Cream shortening and sugar; add egg capable subordinates and
-r. and beat well. Stir In All-Bran and
t;., milk; let soak until most of moisture can provide plenty of assistance.Feller's .
-:0. Is taken up. Sift flour with salt and .ih 4 ; .
absence isn't the In-
'- only
baking powder; add to first mixture
-.... and stir only until flour disappears:Fill dian problem. That is proved by the t
';' greased muffin pans two-thirds full and fact that the Tribe was lucky to.. 4'FOR: PLEASURE..FOR
" "., bake in moderately hot oven (400F.) PREMIUMSI1
about 30 minutes. Yield: 6 large muffins -
., 3 Inches in diameter, or 12 small
muffins, 214 Inches in diameter.
> Your tell that > On the back of of
';. t", I own eye you every pack Raleighs

p DON'T LET I Raleighs are top quality. The there's a valuable coupon, good in the 1
,. CONSTIPATIONSLOW <"((CCi. : 'I ( tobacco is more golden colored; U.S.A. for dozens of handsome, practical

than.in other popular-priced gifts you'll :want to own. Write for the
8 brands and that describes them. A few
When bowels are sluggish and you feel golden-colored catalog are .

irritable, headachy and everything you I leaves bring the highest prices shown here: V
: do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewing I at the great tobacco sales.
gum laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
r. MINT before you go to bed-sleep with. I Try Raleighs today. You'll __
disturbed-next morning gentle, -
out being
thorough relief, helping you feel swell I discover a milder,better-tasting: -

again FEEN-A-MINT., full of your Tastes normal good,pep.is handy Try _,__ ___'_'_'_n."n..n_'_ I smoke that is definitely! easier on 1/ unttso rota un.srArts., n..

end economical.A generous family supply LOU BOUDREAUfinish your throat: You'll enjoy that SAYINGS BonDSt I

only mellow blend of '31 selected
FEEN.l\.fw'INfOi'\ in a fourth place tie with Detroit -
r\ grades of choice Turkish andDomestic [ .
in 1941-when Bob won 25. \ i .
. $105 U S.Savings Stamps
It isn't logical to talk about pos I tobaccos. And you.' may now bo obtained through
., Use of Divinity
- sible improvement in theTribe_ until "' Brown&Williamson.; Send 133
-" ," Divinity consists use d prac- it's proved that other pitchers havea pay. yourself, a of premiums Sport Jacket.-Natural tan Raleighcouponsforeachdollarpoplin.'Wind I II
., tice, not in speculation.-Luther. with every pack! !; and showerstamp..Savings Stamp Album
good chance of winning most of
proof.:3 sizes. Light weight. shown above,free on request.It'flsimple.It'sfun.Justthinkupa .
a the 25 games which would have been I I

Feller's. Boudreau is fairly opti- \\ i,
mistic about his hurlers-both vet-

m erans and newcomers. Among the I IB I II
former are Al Milnar, Al Smith, Jim

.., Don't Neglect Them! Bagby, Harry Eisenstat and Mel II
Nature designed the kidneys to do a Harder. The latter group includes I
'! marvelous job.Their task is to keep the
such artists Ray Poat Red Em- I
as ,
flowing blood stream free of an excess of bl WREOEEMAILE.
toxic impurities. The act of living-lift bree, Pete Center and Tom Ferrick.
itself is constantly producing waste I
matter the kidneys must remove from Poat played ball with Boudreauat 1fT><
the blood if good heath Is to endure. \ '
When the kidneys fail to function as the University' Illinois. A right- nisi \ \ : with TlIt-topTable.MatchedBut- I.
\ Deluxe Table
Nature intended there is retention of Bridge
hander, he was a star in the Three-
wood terfly Walnut center. Mare -
waste that may cause body-wide dis- alcinJ' genuine inlaid top.
tress. One may suffer nagging backache Eye league last season winning 17 Automatic leg locks. quetry inlay. I
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness while losing 6 games. He stands
getting up nights, swelling, puffiness I
h. under the eyes-feel tired nervous, all high with the Indians-not becauseof
worn out.Frequent. his past record but because' he
scanty or burning passage
are sometimes further evidence of kid-. looked cpnsistently good in spring I
or bladder disturbance. 'I
training camp. He has a fast ball,
The recognized and proper treatmentIs If.
a diuretic medicine to help the kidney. sharp curve and at least average
get rid of excess poisonous body waste. better \
control perhaps than that.
Use Doan' Pills. They have had more
than forty years of public approval.Are Ferrick won 8 and lost 10 for I
endorsed the country over. Insist onDoan'
,. Sold at all drug stores. Philadelphia last year, but the In- .'
dians look to him for his share of

wins, either in a starting or relief I .I N Gilt-edged Congress Quality Free Catalog. Write Brown II

\. role. Embree, bought from Wilkes- g Playing Cards. Smart new AWilliamsonTobactoCorp.,
Barre, boasts a sensational minor I I- c scans rt fancy backs (our choic%!). Box 699, Louisville, Ky. I

league record. He won 21 and lost
WNU 7 15 42
: 5 in 1941. I B & W coupons are also packed with I.
; $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ SS Job for VeteransCenter I PLAIN OR CORK TIPS Kool Cigarettes I

recalled from Wilkes- ; TUNE IN Red Skelton and Ozzie Nelson every Tuesday Night, NBC Red NetworR '
We Can All Be Barre, won 14 and lost 8 last sea- I I
I son. For some reason he hasn't

been ranked as high as Embree,

EXPERTBUYERS Ferrick or Poat, but on the basis of
his early season showing he'll havea

good chance to prove himself.

While the newcomers will have a

big job on their hands, a good shareof "
Boudreau's pitching this season
O In bringing us buying Information at will come from Harder, Bagby,
to prices that are being asked for Smith, Eisenstat, Milnar and Joe iJ HERE'S WHAT YOU DO HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN I

what we Intend to buy, and as to the Heving. Others on the roster who "Heard the one of Pat and MikeArguing You have 133 chances to win. If I
quality we can expect,the advertising aid I send in than ,
may give,additional are Dewey you more one entry
columns of this newspaper perform a last line to this jingle.Makesureit which smoke they like? chances of winning will bo I
Adkins, Millard Howell, Vernon your
rhymes with the word .winner:
worth while service which saves us I that much better.'Don't defciy.Start .
, many dollars a year. Kennedy, Joe Krakauskas, Chubby Write your last line of th. was the final winner thinking right now.originality I
t Dean and Clint Brown. I Jingle S on the reverseside of a I .
O It Is a good habit to form, the habitof Raleigh package wrapper (or a rr
consulting the advertisements every Another performer who will bear facsimile thereof, sign it with - - First prize $100.00 cash I

f: time wo make a purchase, though we watching is Steve Gromek, who I your full name and address, and Second prize 50.00 cash
", have already decided [ust what we came up from Flint, Mich., with a mail it to Brown fe Williamson and aptness of tho line you write. I
want and where we are going to buy 1941 record of 14 wins and 2 losses. I Tobacco Corp., P. O.: Box 1799, Judges' decisions must be accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash I

?.. It.It gives us the most priceless feeling In the opinion of Gordon Cobbledick, I Louisville, Kentucky, postmarked In case of ties, duplicate prizes ,will be 5 prizes of $10.00 50.00 cash I.
not later than midnight, awarded. Winners will be notified by mail.
., In the worlds the of
feeling being Cleveland sports writer, "If there's'another -I '
enter employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00 cash
g' April 25,1942. Anyone may (except
). adequately prepared. Feller' in sight it would be I
'i You may enter as many last Bro'WIl.& Williamson Tobacco Corp., their I
100 prizes of a carton
f";_ When we go Into a store,prepared Gromek." lines as you wish, if they are all advertisingagents, or their families). All
'" beforehand with knowledge of what Is It's entirely possible that Cleve- 0 written on separate Raleigh packentries and ideas therein become tho property of Raleighs 150.00 II

offered and at what price,we go as land finish out of the first divi- age wrappers (or facsimiles). of Brown & Williamson Tobacco -
:-, :' an expert buyer, filled with self-conn sion. may On paper, Lou doesn't have I Prizes will be awarded on the Corporation. 133 PRIZES ,$500.00 I

dence. Is a pleasant feeling to have, the team that Oscar Vitt had in .___________________.: ___.
.. The feeling of adequacy. Most of the
1940 Rdger Peckinpaugh had in
unhappiness In the world can be traced r'
1941. But Lou won't be downed with-
to a lack of this feeling. Thus advertising -
',:;.:. shows another of Its manifold out a bitter struggle. He has the ; ':':
facets' -shows Itself as an aid toward spirit and intelligence necessary fora Enlist Your Dollars in the Service

:, making all our business relationships manager. What's just as impor
more secure and pleasant.SSSPSSSSSSSS. tant, at least in Cleveland, is his
,; players.ability to get along with fellow ball By Buying U. S. Defense Bonds

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The Clewiston ._. .. it might be well to consider the fact the.mails a chain letter urging the
'.. that the danger of its being hit by purchase of War Savings Stamps,
Published every Friday In Clewiston, TOO LATE TO.CLASSIFY is cancer is much greater. Don't waitto it conscientiously accepts, sorts and ...
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, .:. h be called on; find out who the distributes to workers In defense ".1
Inc. .'. .i. member of the Women's Field industries and to men in the armed

+.. { : Army Is in your community and services literature, pamphlets and ,
KEATIII.EY BOWDEN, Editor .. '.' join now. publications that openly advocatethe

'..:.' ..:'., .And while we are on the subject' overthrow of this government,
Entered as second class mail matter .:. .%. of cancer, there is another form call for 'the lynching of President ;.
February 1', 1927, at the Pest Office i iClewiston In .':'. By RUSSELL KAY :!: equally as dangerous that is attacking -, 'Roosevelt, slander General Mac- .
; Florida, sunder the Act oMarch .' the and whichso Arthur, and
nation today praise
3, 1897.Subscription %. = our' enemies.
'.%. President ,Florida Press Association :: far very little has been .done Among the putrid, stinking, seditious '

Bate $:.00 Per Yenr. :.%.:.:......-....-.-..''...-.-..........................!.....:...- .. .....- .- .. .- .- .-...- .- ., .- .- .-... ..--------1.... .... ... ... ... about. and treasonable sheets still .}

took fact that if the in : While the nation fights for its circulating in this country and
Advertising Rates On Application. Another American army public were pos- ,.
life, this cancer sends its -deadly! which daily spread Nazi propaganda '
the field this month. A volunteer session of a few simple truths con- I
army made up of unselfish, cour- cejning the nature of this dread tentacles to poison the minds of anti do everything in their powerto
Devoted to the advancement and wel- our people, fear and in destroy the nation from within '
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. ageous women, eager to do battle disease and would be on guard spread
against a foe more deadly than the against it the death rate could be tolerance, set class against class, 'are "Social Justice," published at '
mighty bomber, a sinister, stealthyfoe cut in half, the American Societyfor creed against creed, sow 'seeds of Royal Oak, Mich.;. "Publicity," pub-. '
MEBER that annually sends countless the Control of Cancer was es hatred and unrest, undermine the lished at Wichita, Kan.; "The Cross-
'e 7 FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION'NAnONALEDITORlALASSOClAJlON, thousands to their death. tablished. A national campaignwas people's faith in their governmentand and the Flag," published in De-
their troit, Mich.; "The X-Ray," published -
The' number of lives lost at Pearl inaugurated which is carriedon leaders and smother the J
194 t ; "- by the Women's Army, en- war effort under a blanket of de In Muncie, Ind.-and there are ,
7 stunned the field
Harbor on Dec;; .....
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listed 'volunteers who undertaketo
nation and an outraged people took ;
I up arms to avenge those lives and dispense this vital informationand While our post office department If, in this paragraph, I were to

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many lives were 'taken' that same i berships in the organization to the newspaper: or periodical that men- (Continued on page
day right here at home and no one j end that this important work may
RAMBLINGS : gave it a thought. go on. . 5)r
By B. B. Each year in America cancer The dollar you give to this -- -, -- ,,'-. 1: ,: : ',- -' --
takes the lives' of an amazing number worthy cause is as important a defense -
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have been saved through the exer-. called on to give, for it is used to s

With due apologies to the seri- cise of a few simple precautionarymeasures. I save lives and relieve suffering. .,; .<<: r.riJ. lf ;f '! t- :;d.
of the First Alders, whom While you are giving your dollar j :::t."i::: & ,4
;the ousness congratulate on the successfu Recognized and treated in its I J; .>....,. '. : ,.:;.:,>" :.: :/,;4L'{ _IS _justly .<
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completion of their course, our early stages, cancer can be easily sea ,
sense of humor does not permit the controlled and its malignant growth and air sentinels "" I.

following poem! to pass by without destroyed. Thousands of cancer ;

reprinting. It is from the monthly sufferers have been restored to STOPROME ..." I
publication of the Volunteer complete health to enjoy many

Special Services of the Red Cross. years of useful life when medical 0 OFFICIAL .
Attention First Alders'! science has been given a chance be- V. 8. NAVYPHOTOGRAPH ;
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Grief I fore it was too late.
by Amy ..
Having firmly established the .....
Lady. if you see me. lying U. S. S. --'
On the ground and (maybe) dying, .
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Let my gore run, bright and free. ; DEPRECIATIONif -. '.
they hiuled a "cricket ball" in-
Don't attempt to bandage me.
stead of a baseball. Their "reg- CARRIER

While ''there's life there's hope, ulations" referred to .
so were as -- ,J, .- r
pet,- "conditions," and in the list of '

Don't"apply a tourniquet; officials of the meet were the usual

Do not give, for my salvation, judges, starters, timekeepers, clerkof a house is kept in good
"Artificial! respiration!I" course and "stewards." Since c;> and repairs arepromptly

no refreshments!?! :were served we and correctly u
fto not stretch my bones or joint were: never sure just what the duties made, the expense is usu t
Do not press my "pressure points!" of the steward were. Highlight ally smaller t

If "queer symptoms" you shouldsee of the meet was ,the final rt ? ; '

Don't experiment on me! yard running dash of; an entries unscheduled, Wing Com-100 HoweVer allowed to, it go repairs unattended are, ..and we, are justly proud of our simple 1'

larger and more expensive
If I'm suffering from "shock," mander Rampling, Squadron Leader :.J debt-free
repairs will be necessary plan for acquiring a home.
Take a walk around the block.If Burdick, Flight Lieutenant later v ,)
you must be busy, pray Nickerson, Messers Tyson, Durden, on.

Help, ,to "keep the crowds away!" Smith, Hunziker, Brink, Hopkins No longer need you delay Y"

'' and Owens; winner, by a nose, making needed repairs. ;. INININININININI H, .., k
So, whatever my condition; Brink, Rampling.. '.
runner The simple economical .. 'J .; ._
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Let me lie; I'll take a chance We were struck by the number of for small and ,ft _
Waiting for the ambulance! "Victory" trousers displayed at the convenient monthly,easy pay United States Defense Savings Bonds.Are' ; r
From "First Aid" I: release- .
beg meet. We hadn't noticed before ,
ments. Come in and see us \. ;
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took the opportunity of attending been many dozens of yards of BishopWilsonLumber "d' ; -
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Training School. We were tt. -
j struck by the quiet restraint of the Hendry County, as well as -

on-lookers, contrasting American Glades, lost a friend in the deathof

boys at our sports events with the "Uncle Joe" Peoples Saturday. t.;
British boys. Only in the Tug of Uncle Joe was a dominant figure e 1 "

War did the enthusiasm reach wherever he went, and in his years CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS' AND '

proportions comparable with Amer- a.s representative of Glades Countyin ',
ican lads. Then it was hard to tell the legislature, he worked for j ; ,: .
which worked the harder,-the the entire section. He and Elbert ,

boys tugging on the ropes or thoseon Stewart saw eye to eye on many 0 LOAN. ASSOCIATIONi
the side-lines. The sports events problemsof the Glades-Hendry Ir1 J3

were much like our own field day territory and they worked together -

events-dashes, relay race, high in a harmony that will be

jump, "long" jump, three-legged missed this year. In fact' we shall .
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'I Arthur King, Mrs.Mrs.G. W.E. Wenzloff C. Owen, ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..: I the Clewiston school auditorium is going from house to house in .
; Mrs. Ed Collier, next Friday evening, April 24, at Hendry, Glades and Collier coon-
."Ik. I Mrs., F. Deane Duff, Mrs. T, C. I 8 o'clock. Finalists from LaBelle' ties fitting glasses. .,4

Personalsr i / Musgrave, Mrs. J. Williams, Mrs. With Our I and Felda will compete with Mary This man is directly violating the :

John Kettl Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. Boys Davidson and Elsie Martin, the two Optometry,, law of the state and is; ,::

I W. J. Arey, Mrs. E. .H.: Holstine, high spellers of the local school.. not qualified, to examine eyes or fit. ,

r '. \Irs. ..Routh, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle. E. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. glasses. ,:;
E. Gross, C. H. Berner and C. L.
'. and Mrs. A. R. Brink spent 1,450 Have RegisteredFor Your eyes are too precious to "
the week-end in "11iami.f McLendon. '
trust to an unqualified
Latest word from Jack Moor- person.
: ----- Sandy Bell, Jr., who taught one ,,
man, who was at Sheppard Field, Coming ElectionsSo Citizens are requested to, report.
j Mrs. E. E. 'Gross and Dr. Elliott 'of the classes was presented with Texas, taking a course as airplane I such calls to their county officers; ;
y of, West Palm Beach spent the weekend 'a Schaeffer pen and pencil set by mechanic, is that he is in Glendale, and there will be reward for the ;
I' here with Mr. Gross. members of the class on the oc- California, and assigned to similar far 1,450 persons have reg- arrest and conviction of such per ;
0: casion of the last meeting of the I istered on the books to vote in son or persons.
course in an airplane factory. Our
";, ,- J. E. Beardsley attended a meet- group. boys do get around-no longer is'' coming'elections, according to a The Florida State Board of Op-
.. '; ing of Everglades Drainage District it necessary to "join the navy to tally made early this week by tomery is rigidly'prosecu ting all -
: in'Miami RICHARD KNIGHT CELEBRATES John L. Hall, county'supervisor of violators of the law in
; commissioners Tuesday. see the world. You get a pretty Optometry
: BIRTHDAY; WITH PARTY good ''view from, the air. registration.Mr. order to safeguard the eyes of the
Hall calls attention to the public.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and {
Richard Knight's tenth birthdaywas fact that April 18 which is next Any information
Rev. John R. Montgomery spent Jimmie Hines, who is' also at regarding' such
Sunday afternoon in Miami.. the occasion for a party Sat- Sheppard Field, has been, made al I Saturday, is the last day for voters persons will be greatly appreciatedby
f urday. He invited several friends member of the military police- to register. Those who fail to' do Dr. K. J. Weihe, secretary of the
to attend the picture! show and a quite responsible job when so before the deadline cannot vote Board, at Ocala. '
J. H. Maloy, Jr., of the Internal you
treats at the drugstore after- in the May
Revenue office in West Palm Beach gave consider that these men are '
. spent several days here this week.' wards. His guests were Jimmy charged with the protection of lives Voters who, expect to be away .
....... -- Johnson, Gene Land, John Schiffli, and property and that every camp from their voting precincts on elec- FOR SALE-Duplex: apartment. near

Mrs. Cecile Brooks and son, Terrell Cason, Charles Miner, and field is a potential place for tion day, May 5,- may vote absen- Sugar Office building.. Termsto
.' Billy, spent the week-end with Harry Vaughn, Skippy Cothern, operation of Nazi spies. The tee ballot in the office of County responsible party. See Jack

relatives in Moore Haven. John Williams, Edward Bourne and M.P.'s must .set an example for the Judge R. M." Harris April 20 to Sigler. it

Billy' Toulis. other men by exemplary conduct, May 2, inclusive.
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TVIr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley spent must have keen judgment' and Mr. Hall said that soldiers who I
the .week-end in Lake Wales with ,%?.COMMUNITY CHURCH: quick responses. r are at army camps anywhere in

d Lt. and Mrs. R. N. Smith and -- Florida may vote absentee ballots
family. John N. Montgomery, Minister Hurd L. Reeves, Jr., is now 2nd election day for their ,voting pre- THERE IS CONSIDER. .

Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Lt. Reeves, and at latest reportswas cinct, that it does not matter ABLE ACTIVITY IN

Miss Marie Robbins spent the Morning service, 11:00 a. m. in Macon, Ga. whether they re-registered since

i week-end here with her; uncle and Subject, "The Test of a Man's the new registration books were Clewiston

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beards- Love." There will be reception of Joel C. Wilcox, who was employed opened providing they were registered I

ley. members at the morning service. here season before last, has been at some time in the past. Real Estate

On May 1st an installation service in the army medical corps at Camp Voters who will not be in their

Robert W. Kelly; who is stationed will be conducted at which Rev. Barkley, Texas. He has ,just en- voting precinct on election day I

,, at the Naval Base in Mayport, Montgomery: will be installed as rolled for a three month's' course I may apply at the polls wherever I .

spent the week-end' here with Mr. minister of ,the: church. at the medical administrative of- they may be providing such place'is
___.' ,and Mrs ,E. E.. Kelly.Mr. ficers' candidate school at Carlisle within the boundaries of Florida

BAPTIST MISSIONARY Barracks, Pa., which will resultin and may cast an absentee bal- NOWIS
and Mrs. A. L. Moon an- 'a medical corps commission.Mrs. lot according to instructions which
nounce the birth of a daughter on :will be supplied by election board THE TIME TO BUY
Monday, April 13. The baby was The monthly program and busi- A. J., Wiandt returned last officials. Mr. Hall said absentee THAT LOT YOU' HAVE
given the name of Vera Patricia. week-end from a visit with her voting cannot be done outside, the
ness meeting of the Baptist Missionary THINKING ABOUT'CLE'VISTON
son, Louis Leiter, at Fort Den- state.
Society was held at the
Miss June Hooker underwent an ning, Ga. Louis was injured quite
church Tuesday afternoon.A NOW
appendectomy at the Clewiston severely in a fall while training TAKE NO CHANCES
Hospital Monday. She is reported very' interesting program was as a parachute jumper, but will < WITH, YOUR EXES DEFENSE AREA

recovering'nicely from the opera. given by members of the Mary Ellen recover completely and will be ]I
Dozier Circle on the,, theme, "Keep Dr. K. J. Weike of the
tion. ready for service again ,in a secretary BUILDING WILL
t ,, Thyself Pure." Those participating couple of months. 'Meanwhile\ he Florida State Board of Optometry, .
and: were Mrs.. H: C.; Meador, Mrs. : has requested The News to pub- ,INCREASECLEWISTON
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Beery hopes' to be given a furlough so
son, Gene, left Wednesday for 3. M.\ Allen, Mrs. V. E. Bryant, Mrs.V. part of 'the recuperation may take lish the following item:'

-,< Savannah, Ga., where Mr. Beery C. Woodward, 'Mrs.R.. J., place at, ,home. It has been reported that a man
Blount and Mrs E. E.
; Kelly. .F
has been transferred by the U. S.
Engineers.Mr. Mrs. Arch Hodges led the prayer I GARDEN CLUB MEETING

and a business meeting followed .

.' and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart with Mrs. M. C. Vowell presid-: The Garden Club meeting will be Johnson's Fish Camp REALTY

and C. V. Parkinson attended the ing. held next Thursday afternoon,
Near Hurricane Gate)
ti :, -"..... 1 funeral of Representative J. H. Others attending the meeting I I April 23,' in the, Community Center -< Clewiston, Fla and 'DEVELOPMENT

., Peeples of Glades County, which were Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. H. at 3 o'clock. The civic committee Boats and Motors-Guide Service
was held in Arcadia Monday E. Davis, Mrs. C. R. Krueger, Mrs. I of which Mrs. 'W.C.. Owen Reasonable CORPORATION

:'." ,.. i .....-- W. F. Nail, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, Mrs. is chairman, 'willv '.be. In' charge of, 'v.Rates H. Johnson, Mgr. i 1
Mr.. and Mrs.. Paul Pullen are C. S. Waters, '''Mrs. G. E. Wentzloff, the program. I t

parents of a baby' boy who was I Mrs. J. L. Whitaker and Mrs. A. .
born Wednesday, April '8. The I H. Vann. Mary Davidson ----- '

baby who weighed only four % '
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is cared
." pounds, being Too Late To ClassifyContinued .. -
Pahokee Hospital incubator. He (Continued from page 1) *

.... has been named Joseph Paul. Mrs. edgement." She repeated the wordy Photo Finishing and Commercial ;?_
Pullen is the former Edna Leiter.C. .
> from Page 4) I correctly but spelled "acknowledge." V
seeth in my mind as most fitting Grace Ward, who 'spelled 8 words *V*
E. Miner accompanied a and proper to express my feelings correctly' to place third, found I ::: Photography V

group of boys on an overnight trip regarding the situation, the paper tragedy when she spelled "trad- .;. 24 HOUR SERVICE '.X_

fishing LaBelle and ,camping in Included the woods in printing this column would not be gedy." Elsie Martin spelled 17 ::;:' Clewiston Photographic Service :;?
near Friday. "
permitted to go through the ,mail words correctly and then left, out v ys .
the party were Charles Miner, Bob I even though I merely expressed the The "s" in "misunderstanding." :: 2 blocks north and 1 block west ,of ),
,; &.. Berner, Skippy, Cothern, Bub Mills outraged wrath of a patriotic After 22 minutes of spelling Mary .i. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station .

Jimmy Johnson, Kay Bowden and American citizen concerned with was left alone. She continued :s: EDWARD B. SEEGERS :_:

Bill Clark. I he welfare of his country. spelling 6 minutes alone, spellinga :;. The House With The Red Roof ..

But I call President Roose- total ,of 72. correct, :words. She ,_ u .9
Mr. and Mrs. W. H.- Lanier and I can and ._..... ...- ""' _. --G-..'!,.:.__ ._. ', '- \ ,'
velt a wax-faced dummy and advo- I spelled quickly, correctly;
Miss Lee Pridgen spent the week- "
cate a rope for his neck. I can finally hesitating first on con
end in Tampa visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Chadwick and Mrs. call General MacArthur a fool. I sistent" which she did'not miss *<"XKK..X..X.<"X..X..X"X"X. ..X..XK..X..X"X"X: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.
can praise Hitler and urge that Ja- and again on,, "suppressed" which. X
Flora : Mrs. Deans is leav- "
pan be given Hawaii and that we she spelled with only one "p.
ing this week. ,for Wilmington,
- beg for peace because we are already Much interest is centered on the
N. C., after spending the winter
.'!! in Tampa. whipped. I could do all that !final contest which will be held in 1i ; THE'
and a lot more if I wrote for any
of the listed above and base V
A. O. Dilley of Greenville, Pa., papers
who was taken ill during a visit to the my right Press."to do so on "Freedom of rv?. COUSE Glades Motor Lines I iIv

Clewiston left by train last Friday
accompanied by Mrs. J.' H. Dilley I'm a newspaperman, and I'm Counselor and Attorney at Law

for Cleveland, Ohio. Messages received ready to fight for the "Freedom of Hopkins Building .. ;Now Operate !;
here Tuesday afternoon L the Press, but I refuse to recog- *
Wednesdays and Saturdays .. ... .:.
stated that his condition was critical nize sedition and treason as entitled + h
.. and Mrs. A. O. Dilley and her to its protection. (Con: 0:30, to 4:00

I sons, J. H. and Willard E. Dilley,, gressional Record please copy.) Busses on regular schedule .t

- left .immediately for Cleveland. .. .. -,c, I
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..;. v: ToRiddle

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ninth Carol birthday Alston Monday celebrated by enter her | THESE HOUSES |:: :!_:' -. Field ; /.., '. .' !:i:

taining several of her friends with : \' .

4! a theater party. The guests were | NOT affected by W. P. B. recent | :i= ,; :: :!:

' Richard and Jimmy Knight, Sharon i ... ". From ClewistonFARE ,___ *.*.*
,l Crochet, Jo Ann Crouch, Carline :|: announcement curtailing private building. | .;.. -r;.._, c ilJwJMj.

Berner and Harriet Alston. y: Twenty five five and six-room :g i: t 1 ..

:i: houses east of School := t_. .:.
,iJ:,," FIRST ALDERS PARTY High nearing completion. i -

, ., : AFTER COMPLETING COURSE 's... ; ..i..
:is|: _[: .:. .:.

.: >;';.- First Aid classes who have recently :+: F. H. A.inspected and financed ..i..i.i .. .;. lOc EACH WAY : X.;.
completed the standard Red :|i: with small amount down and monthly :j:; I

., ,r"::' '. Cross instructors courses have under, celebrated local .registered their- ::;|::, payments less than rent. | :;: Cheaper than you can drive your car ':!:

: -. achievement with parties. ;?_ :' Full Particulars from ?;
Monday night the class which .: .- :i: even if tires are good ::

.i: ti" G. M. Ford has taught had a party y.Y. ; v.:. + .
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy .*. .:. .s.

Alston.e were Sandwiches served, various cookies members andcoff :|i:
of the class ,bringing the re- X Real Estate v :;: Busses Leave from Alston's and :;:
freshments. Mr. Ford was sur- '::: .. .... ..
prised with the gift of a Val-A-Pak :;|: Hopkins Bldg. Phone 66 -:f: ,5:. .:;.
bag from the group. Mr., Markette ::: Seminole. ::
,., was also given a gift as a token _*.; Ruth Beardsley Lilah Florentine;" ::%_;: +
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of appreciation from the class. Art Lawrence. : y. p
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I Gems of Thought UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Tank Is Their OceanA


is a thing of the soul "
MUSIC rose-lipped shell that SUNDAY L remarkable attempt to reproduce
esson ocean conditions and life on
murmurs of the eternal sea-a 6R
a comparatively small ;Jscale has
: strange bird singing the songs E EN BY HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. been made near St. Augustine,
: of another shore.-J. C. Hol Of The Moody Bible InsUtute of Chicago. '
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) TAGESCREEN'RADIO'By Two huge tanks which are
i land.Meet the main features of Marinelandare
success like a gentle- Washington, D. C. VIRGINIA VALE really oceans in :miniature
I' (Released Union.
by Western Newspaper )
man and disaster' like a man.- STANDARD OIL LOBBY Lesson for April 19 peopled by 85,000 species aquatic

1 Lord Birkenhead.A Lobbying will always be practicedin ROLAND YOUNG made up creatures just as they are found in ,

: smile: It's full of worth and Washington. Recently, however Lesson an.subjects' copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected "ten best" list the their natural surroundings. En- \

I goodness too, with manly kindness it has reached new heights.In Council of Religious Education; used by other day, between scenes ofColumbia's closed galleries run at different
blent. the pre-New Deal days, lobby permission. levels around the tanks, and the
It's worth a million dollars and itdoesn't lobbied to land lum "He Kissed theBride" visitor
ists get grants, GROWING TENSION WITH can sit comfortably in a
I cost a cent.-W. D. Nesbit. -a list of Hollywood'sbest
ber concessions, and Teapot Domeoil FALSE LEADER'SLISSON chair and look through portholesinto
To preserve a friend three leases. Under the New Deal scene-stealers. Being a the lighted interior in much' .
I things are required: To honor they lobbied for Public Works con- : gentleman the fair
TEXT-Luke 11:37.48,52.54. he spared the
him absent same way as he would look'
him present tracts, WPA grants, and steamship GOLDEN TEXT-He that is not with me
and assist him in his necessi- routes. it against me; and he that gathereth not sex. Here are the performershe '. upon the lighted screen at a
ties. with me, scattereth.-Luke 11:23. considers most dangerousto cinema.
Today they lobby for war con-
tracts. But perhaps the most avid, ,have in camera range while playing -
Opposition to Christ and to Chris- c
I rapacious and lustful lobbying is a big scene; Gary Grant, Lewis J
}Lovely Perennial BorderA for priorities on the purchase of tian teaching has come down Stone, Wallace Beery, Charles Chap
materials.In through the centuries practically un- lin, James Gleason, Robert Bench- MOROhNEHAIR

Joy for Many SummersDELPHINIUM this connection, Standard Oil changed. Hence, we find in Christ's ley Bob Hope, Allyn Joslyn, Edgar
dealings with the enemies of His Kennedy and Daisy, the canine
has just managed to get a remark- TONIC Q
able priority rating for the shipmentof day helpful indication of what may star. For your information, the best

$14,500,000 worth of steel to Vene- be done in our time.It scene-stealers do the trick,with their

zuela. The story illustrates how a is sad to note that the chief eyes and their hands, and are deathto Not Worth the Hunt

job can be done if you have the opposition came from those who newcomers; put two together and Life would be a perpetual flea 4
y professed to be religious leaders. It you have battle royal.:
M lobbyist to do it. mint if a man were'obliged to rundown f
A In this case Standard Oil is ably is expected that the world, the flesh, .-- 'I';. all the innuendoes, inveracities 'i -i

represented by Washington attorney and the devil should fight God'struth Mickey Rooney, it seems, is con- insinuations and misrepresen-

John N. Bohannon, who knows his but one might expect betterof sidered adept at scene stealing, but tations which are uttered against

way around, even to the White those who profess His name. The according to Roland Young, his face him-Henry Ward Beecher.
House. difficulty is that there is only profession lights up too much when he gets

What Standard wanted was steel with no real life.I. ready for a piece of business. "In

for its oil wells in Venezuela, andit Hypocrisy Unmasked (vv. 37- the Hardy pictures, Lewis Stone "

had the plausible argument thatit 44). stops Mickey cold every time by (

must keep up Venezuelan oil pro- The Pharisees professed great in- dead-panning.- Older folks cr

duction for the American and British ,terest in the observance of religious :fAt -- it's

It navies. However, other American laws, but their concern was for the last Richard Denning's actually say .

:; o oil companies also wanted steel outward appearancewhile God going to appear in scenes with Doro- commonsense f: c' },

for wells in Texas, Louisiana and judges the heart. First we note a thy Lamour; it's taken him three 's
ti ti PHLOX California. Also they had the ad- false profession of cleanliness. years. When she played in "Her .. i

F GAILLARDIA vantage of producing oil which does Christ came to the Pharisees' table Jungle Mate" he was an aviator -

r C &0 VIOLA not require a long and hazardous with clean hands but He had not flying over the jungle, searching for ML-UEGETABLE

tanker haul. However, they did not observed all their ceremonial wash- ---.-------....--.-....---...........-.---....-... LAXATIVE
Requires Only Ordinary Care. have the advantage of an A-l lobby- ings. When rebuked He struck home

with terrific force at the heart of ( O In NR (Nature's 'Remedy) Tablets,
A WELL PLANNED border, ist.For.. ,Mr. Bohannon went to Ad- the whole matter- (v. 39) ; namely t there are no chemicals, no minerals no
bursting with beauty! You'llnever phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are different -
that inward filthiness of heart which
miral Stark then chief of naval i
tire of looking at it when operations -erf different. Purely vegetable
and practically scared him often makes folk meticulous about : combination of 10 vegetable ingredients
summer comes. If you have a to death about the danger of losing outward cleansing. This leads to a formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoatedor
'space along your house or before substitution of technical observanceof candy coated, their action is dependable -
Venezuelan oil. Stark called Donald
of thorough,yet gentle, as millions of
r a clump shrubbery, the arrangement -
: (, is! Nelson, boss of War Production, and the letter of the law that ignores NR's have proved. Get a 252 box:today ,
perfect.. put the pressure on him. Meanwhile -, love and judgment (v. 42)), whichare or larger economy size. f
I s i
Bohannon and friends pressured so precious to God. There can -FIR TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT
: And lawn? Your shrubbery? Will
the be a dead, dry, and technical ortho-
I state department, lend-
they too be a Joy to see? Our 32-page'
, ,booklet describes planting and care of lase administration, board of eco- doxy which entirely misses the UXAlIYE I
i ,lawns and trees. Tells how to raise shrubbery nomic warfare and finally the White point. But worst of all is the cover-

'I vines, perennials, annuals, roses, House.. ing up of spiritual death (v. 44).
i bulbs
hedges, herbs. Explains fertilizers,
; {soils, how to prevent plant diseases. Send If there was anyone Standard Oil II. Theological Deadness Condemned yf f r t CANDY
1 your order to: forgot to. high-pressure they were (vv. 45-52)).

sick in bed. So Standard Oil got The lawyers of that day were RICHARD DENNING 1 Y r COATED

READER-HOME SERVICE what it wanted, a priority rating of those learned in the Mosaic law, rorREGUTAR. ._. .
I 635 Sixth Avenue New York City A-l-C higher than that of, domesticoil hence were really the ''teachers of Ray Milland. In "Disputed 'Pas- -

Enclose 15'entsn coins for your companies, and the materials theology and ethics. They came under sage" he had two scenes and two

copy of HOW TO PLANT AND have now been shipped. the, rebuke ,of Christ as He pro- speeches, but not with her. Now, in Save Your Rugs .

CARE FOR YOUR GARDEN. nounced three "woes" upon them. "Beyond the Blue Horizon," tall, Furniture legs that are sharp or ,/

Name ............................... LEWIS PAYROLL First, they were guilty of heap- blond Denning steps out as Doro- rough at the bottom can make;,

Address ............................. The Washington MerryGoRoundwishes ing upon others burdensome require- thy's love interest. permanent marks in rugs. Tip the-

to correct an earlier state; ments which they did not themselves ,j'---' article over and with a rough file:

1- ment that John L. Lewis had three keep, and which they did Billie Burke is one of those people or coarse sandpaper smooth the

1I relatives, on union payrolls whose not help the people to keep. Thereare who -never throw away anything of ,legs at the bottom.

!I, For ONLY lOlNow salaries, plus his own, gave the such teachers today who set up sentimental interest. But the other
: family an annual "take" of $48,500 standards they do not themselves day she told Joan Crawford, whose i ,

:1:1t Less thaniI from the collections of union dues. observe, a sort of signpost pointingthe mother she plays in "He Kissed'the

t We regret to say that on further right way, while they are not Bride," that she was going to destroy -

investigation we find we erred griev- themselves going that wa'y. Then most of the things she'd been

ously. We apologize to Mr. Lewis there are those who present high saving. So she went home and

for underestimating his capacitiesand I ethical standards without the spir- itched in-and the first old letter

; print below the full Lewis fam- : itual dynamic needed to live up to she opened was one from Enrico

iI ily payroll showing that the miner', I them. To tell a man to be. good Caruso, written to her after she refused 1
without him of the Saviour Ooe jon8 ut,11 d m : -
czar has not three' but nine relatives telling his proposal of marriage. 68st U i.oLt doyeaua rt0
a dose in cushy jobs and that the who can make him good is mockery.Then (That was in the days when she

IIse only as directed. family "take" is not $48,500 but those of Christ's day were didn't want her career cluttered up I : aust N
condemned for hating God's wit with s ildo rt p o
$70,500: matrimony.) The house clean- RP
I nesses. They were willing to build ing stopped right where it had com- o 0'ROOUC iri

John L. Lewis, president. United sepulchers for the dead prophets menced. l ,
Mine Workers .................$25.000 '
Kathryn Lewis, daughter, secretary (killed. by their fathers), but were -4 .I : .
treasurer, District 50, not willing to hear the living prophets. Recalling the damaging effects of

FOR QUICK RELIEF U.M.W' ....................... '7.500 How true to life that is! The a terrific beating George Raft took
Denny Lewis, brother; head of
United Construction Workers very ones who hate and hinder those in the original version of "The Glass

organizing committee ......... 10,000 who are preaching God's Word, Key," six years ago, Paramount ex- Prepare for Painting '
J.. R. Bell, brother-in-law, C.I.O. speak and sing smoothly of the faithof \ J
ecutives have for
A Soothing S A'LV controller ......, ............. 6,000. fathers and claim their applied $50,000 To soften paint brushes place
E our as worth of insurance to cover possible
ANTISEPTIC Orin Miller, brother-in-law, superintendent them in vinegar, heat it to the
Used by thousands with satisfactory of the U.M.W.:office own the witnesses of a past day. damage to the handsome counte- boiling point and allow brushes to
suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi- building in Indianapolis. ... 5,000 Christ also pointed out that while nance of Alan Ladd, playing Raft's stand in it for a while.
ents. Get Carboil at Dan Collins, brother in .
drug law,
stores or write professing to interpret the law they
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville,. Tcnn.STfARNSfELEOJRiewSTE. C.I.O. organizer ............... 3,600 role in a re-make of the mystery
William Thomas; cousin, superintendent obscured its meaning. They threw thriller. Raft still bears the scars
U.M.W.building in away.,the key to knowledge so that of the slugging administered by '

Washington ................. 5,000 neither they nor their people could Guinn Williams. .CfmRNS GO FAST ;

Margaret Lindig, sister-in-law of learn-and yet they continued to -"-, Pain goes quick, corns
Denny, U.M.W. stenographer 2,400 '
speedily removed when
I Is the Best Weapon to Use for Ann Miller, daughter of brother- teach. Have not the false teachersof William 'Ho den's been groundedfor you use thin soothing, 10.
in-law Orin Miller, U.MW. our day done likewise? They deny cushioning Dr. Scholl J f''
fcATTACKon the ENEMIES* stenographer ................ 2,400 the integrity and authority of the the" duration of "Meet the Stew- Zlno-pads. Try them I "
Son-in-law of Floyd Bell, another arts. Director Al Green nearly collapsed -
Rats,Mice and Cockroaches Lewis brother-in-law. District only infallible Word-the Bible; they when he found that Holden .

which or*-dii oj .torryino,food-dtitroylng p.sh 50 organizer ._...........,.... 3,600 reject the deity of our Saviour was spending his Sundays >racing iM'RCliIANTS
Z -' Kill rllobU THEM American by using standby th. old Christ, and yet they talk about being high-speed motorcycles at Muroc

\ SURE DEATH xttrmlnatorSTEARNSniEtECTRIC Total Lewis family payroll ..$70,500 Christians and preachers of the Dry Lake, and got studio permissionto
truth. Woe be unto them in the day '
addition it. ,'
( In to their big salaries, .
Rat and Roach PAST of God's judgment. and wrath! --;
Lewis, his daughter and brother also '
; '
35 andn.OO at Al!DRUGGISTS What happens when such men are '"
have fat expense accounts. What Betty Winkler, of the air's "Abie'sIrish j
condemned or unmasked? We find-
they spend is their secret. No figures Rose," and Vice President '
III. Intensified ( 53 .
Enmity w. 54) '
have ever been revealed Wallace thingthatshe' "
even agree on one .Youz
The scribes and Pharisees had two .
to union members.) can't speak Spanish. She .auditioned -
approaches: 'they sought vehementlyto
d00D I/ And Still More. for NBC's new "Down Mex-
D.UG$101ES ; provoke Him to overspeak, and Advertising
ico without warning
Way was
Imposing as is this payroll list, it they; craftily laid in wait for Him. .
LARGe ,still does not tell the whole asked to learn a Spanish song froma \ .
story. The writer of these notes has seen .
.oau 1, Dollar ;
it. When she
record and sing .
r There is Lewis '
1 one relative whois both methods at work in our day. _
heard the result she criticized it
$1.4013tgs not on a union payroll but who Liberals or modernists as they are than
s vehemently. Wallace was kinder buys something more _
garners a high-bracket income from called for the most '
profess ,
part to
when he heard the recorded show and circulation in I"-;
unions controlled by John L. He a suave courtesy which makes them ; space ,:. <.

% &SedRelie2 is brother-in-law Floyd Bell, an in- speak smoothly and gently about the just Spanish.said" "That girl cannot speak the columns of this news- .' r

surance agent. Representative of a conservative and orthodox: believeror I paper. It buys space and : .:'
RHEUMATrSMiBiineeds surety company, Bell has what .. .
teacher; but if one only has eyes '
Talullah Bank favor-
"Johnny Presents" circulation the
plus .. .
amounts to a monopoly on the busi-
there is often the
to see, strong and ',
ness of bonding all national, district cruel hand of iron hidden under the head in evening gowns, only becauseher able consideration of our .,:

DEFENSE and C.I.O.local, officials.His U.M.W.. officers and all velvet glove.Whatever I them sponsor instead of asked slacks her when to broad-wear readers for this newspaper': :

commissions may be the approach, casting. So now she changes in a and its advertising patrons. ':? '
arc at be assured of
this-every effort to
special dressing room at the studio,
RUBBIR $40,000 a year. reveal false in :'>
teaching its true -,
and as soon as she's finished her f./
This sum, plus the payroll listed light, or to deal with hypocrisy in '
stint bowed and thrown kisses to
above would bring the total "take" brim LET US TELL YOU h :;
j- Do Your ,Part by spiritual things will ; intensified the lads in the audience who are in ';
Your of the Lewis family up to $110,500a opposition. Christ took it-we too uniform, she gets back into her own MORE aBOUT IT ;
Saving Tires ]
l take
year. can in His name and for favorite uniform-slacks.
His sake. I- .


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I' Scrappy Party :; "
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In Scrap Hunt tiJ : Spread butter lightly over each over, -removing- -the soil with clean -

: ; WI % 4Ya side of bread before toasting to cloths. When the rug is clean,
: give the toast a crisp, shiny finish. rinse carefully with quantities of '

: lukewarm water. Wipe as dryas' .

:, ,: Nation Searches Junk Piles ''.''ryfiS.Sx : Do not scrape or pare raw car- possible and lay on a flat surface: : :
; rots. All the food value is. pre- to dry.
: ::: For Vital War $ J' served if they are scoured with a }

>: r. Needs.By clean kitchen brush. Tomato ketchup poured over ;+
baked beans while they are cook- '

.\,-.::.. ROBERT W. McSHANEReleased To wash rag rugs, dissolve one ing improves their flavor.
; of *
J q cup soap powder or shaved
( by Western Newspaper Union.) soap in a quart of hot water. When Window shades that have been .

Help win the war by getting cool, beat with an egg beater intoa soiled can be used again by turn- ', ;'

' in the scrap! foamy lalher. Apply' this witha ing them end for end, stitching anew ,

,'>C'. .. With this plea,''Uncle Sam is j41* soft sponge, or brush, to the hem, and tacking the old hemto
soiled Wash
rug. thoroughly all the roller.
enlisting the aid of every man,

.: ;: woman and child in the nation's .ti
war effort. Every HomeS

This new battle cry isn't a call .Breathing. Freely Needs & Gwndma" '
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to arms. Rather, it's an urgent ; ,S Home isn't complete without, her! If
My garden, with its. silence and he's with you help keep her in good '
' S 5 plea to salvage every available ....._.... _......___ m_,__ __mm....___ the pulses of fragrance that come S health. Should her appetite "slip" get :y
VINOL. This modern tonic contain.
t- A scrap of metal, paper, old rags and go on the airy undulations, Vitamin Bl and Iron, combined with
Patriotic duty was. mixed with pleasure recently when Mr. and Mrs.
4' and rubber. That, old stove in. affects me like sweet music. Care other valuable ingredient. Your druggist .
William Coburn gave a party at their-home in Boston, Mass. Party invitations hat VINOL. ,
your basement, the rusty, an- requested each person to bring: at least 25 pounds of scrap. Mr. stops at the gates, and gazes at

cient binder near the machine Coburn views the potential guns contributed by the guests while Mrs. me wistfully through the bars.,

shed the'bundle of in the Coburn tries out rowing machine donated by Gov. Leverett Saltonstall Among my flowers and trees, Origin of Proverbs
Nature takes into her
me own Proverbs; are short sentences
of Massachusetts.
attic-all can be used to defeat hands, 'and I breathe freely as the drawn from long and wide experi-

the Axis. In fact, almost. every Government figures disclose that terial at current prices. Persons first man.-Alexander Smith: ence.-Bacon.

unused item ,or piece of equip- there is an enormous. pile of scrap who have been in the habit of giving .
iron and steel on the six million wastepaper, rags and scrap metalsto
around the home or farm
ment farms throughout the nation. The charitable organizations, such as x I
: can be used with,telling effect in estimates run from 1% million tons the Red Cross, are urged to con- ( :

the war against the totalitarian to 3% million tons-more than, tinue that practice, since these or-
powers. enough, when combined with other ganizations sell their collections t. 'I

. With the launching of the sal- materials, to build twice as many promptly. Farmer's Daughter
battleships as there are in all the Small towns are becoming an in-
vage program, officials of the navies of the world today. creasingly'important source of sup-

War Production board and The British ministry of supply estimates ply. Residents have been asked to ; 19421 I 1kuuxwia
representatives of industry that one ton of waste paper collect such material 'as brass or :.: .,

pointed out that a critical shortageof will produce any one of the follow- iron beds, electrical equipment,
scrap metal now exists in the ing: ,1,500 shell containers, 47,000 kitchen utensils, picture frames, old -.}

United States. Unless more scrap boxes for .30 caliber ammunition,I metal ornaments, toys, coat hangers .'<.,,.

,' is forthcoming at once; war produc- 71,000 dust covers for airplane en- old carpeting, blankets, fireplace ?,

tion will slow down immeasurably. gines or 36,000 practice targets. Only equipment, old furnace parts, .
i Because of this shortage, the war 28 per cent of the' nation's paper is plumbing fixtures, radiators, auto- .:

: likely will be prolonged by months, now recovered. mobile chains, license plates, gar- '..
1\: even years. Leon Henderson, price administrator den tools, burlap bags, old rubber : ''"

Salvage for Victory. has estimated that defense and all types hardware. includ- : +a% ? :J.a
conditions needs will require 50 per cent .more ing door knobs, hinges, hooks, locks, ,- ,,.
"Under normal a
waste paper in 1912 than was need- springs, etc <
WPB representative pointed out, ed in 1941. A large share of this The lists' furnished by local sal- SHE'S A "SEL.F-STARTER" ;
"the steel industry, for instance, depends -
must come from family units. vage committees are ample proof
upon scrap for .approximately Sixteen per cent of the 882,000 that almost everything found in a
one-third of its supply of raw
tons of rubber which the' U. S. will cellar, attic or back yard has a defi-
material. With the vast expansion JEANNE KILMER
use in 1942 must come from rubber nite salvage value.
of our armament including BREAKFAST" does her part of the work in
" IL program .
reclaimed from old tires and other The War Production board looks ..
the aid that we must'continue the house and the farm. '
corn y on
used rubber goods. To get this 141- upon every scrap metal pile as an Kell\\US .
to send to Britain Russia and China wt ct \\olS :;
bip teo ttmt Jeanne is a Majorette in the
120 tons of reclaimed rubber, whole- unworked mine. Probably no other p Mme
>. ". it is obvious that the salvaging' of salers will need all the old tires metal is in demand' in such vast hakes ml: tMA\MS ,- high school band. She says:
" metals heretofore wasted or de- of l yt;
and tubes, boots, shoes and garden quantities as steel. It is needed not N "I've got lots to do, and I Iff
be to 'Fa Co R
stroyed must augmented a '
'." tremendous degree. frequent in- hose the public can contribute. only for (anks, guns and planes, but )? ..\pROT1iE1NS cat pretty early in the morn
Immediate Action Needed. also goes into the hulls of new mer- r' (fOOt tMtiG'f ing. That's when the 'Self-
stances recently, steel mills have : K S
been threatened with shut down for Even the lowly rag plays an important chant ships, into freight 'cars and itpJORof\ F LA II; Starter Breakfast'* tastes

lack of scrap." role in wartime. Every new housing units and industrial PtlStheCotnflakesthattass_es. -=: ;;0:>;...;.*.. wonderful-and it helps keepKetigaitshatpensyoutaPPe
plants. Already the WPB has acted
As this is being written, one of housewife knows how necessary "M&tyr r me going strong till noon

' ... the nation's largest steel mills reported cleaning rags are to her domestic Vie makes, y ou wr jNnHin ,- recess." <
""' metal duties. Uncle Sam's problem is the spot fer Ivnhr(a uln.pln/lull-Inu1
only enough scrap on Don't forget to take that empty the. ,o osM IeJIS. rl w/lllrll
Thisis same-only it is magnified a few dtl"' 't::", "", in1 1"1iI
hand for two days' production. toothpaste or shaving cream tube honk.Steadily, ret
less than one-tenth of the compa- million times. Those are essentialto with you to the store when you
ny's normal supply. war production plants, where they want a new supply:- Customersare

The importance of general salvage are used to ,keep machinery clean required to turn in some kindof Improving: enced at 50, will never be gallant,

is ,emphasized by the bureau of in- and in working order. collapsible tube for each new He that is not gallant at 20, I strong, rich or prudent.-Latin
dustrial conservation, officials of What can you do to help in thenation's one purchased. The retailer who ;strong at 30, rich at 40 or experiProverb..
which point out that the success of salvage for victory. pro- sells one without the' proper ex- i
the "Salvage for Victory" program gram? change is liable to a maximumfine
will have a profound bearing on the The answer lies in direct, immediate of $10,000 fine or a year's

outcome of the war. action. The scrap material lying imprisonment.to t/iJ fI ...
idle around home .&a rJ
According to bureau figures, waste your around
materials, have supplied 50 per cent your farm and around your busi-
conserve the nation's supply of
ness place must be uncovered and
of the raw materials for the steel industry -
turned steel by ordering curtailment in the
over to war production. It
from 20 to 25 per cent for
must ''be done immediately. Short- use of this essential metal in such
the manufacturers of aluminum and
ages in critical material exist :now. civilian goods as refrigerators,
for other
a. large proportion many
washing machines and automobiles.
essential materials. They must be met at once if Amer-
ica is to meet the war production However, the methods of saving \
Guns Versus Automobiles.For .
schedule established by President steel at the source are not suffi-

every automobile that isn't Roosevelt. Industry can answer the cient. Salvaging scrap iron and
manufactured in 1942, we will have present challenge to democracy steel, known be available inhuge

saved enough zinc and copper to i but only if every person co-operates quantities everywhere, offers a rich
f make brass for 2,400 cartridge cases i to the fullestjpossible extent. vein of raw material, of which only

for .30 caliber ammunition; enough Every effort is being directed to- the surface has been tapped.

nickel to make, 100 pounds of,nickel ward developing in the minds of the Lead Is Vital Metal. :' i \ (
steel for armor plate, projectiles, general public an understanding No metal is more directly asso- ,.
and armor piercing bullets; enough that the need for metals, paper, rub- ciated with the production of weap- ,. \
tin to coat 1,000 cans' in which we ber and now
rags cluttering up ons than is lead. It furnishes bul-
I put food for our soldiers and sailors. homes, shops and factories is a con- 'lets for rifles and machine guns and
This is only'a small part of the tinuing need and demand is -
a that used in shrapnel and shells. Me-
critical material which has been will increase rather than lessen. chanical lead is indispensable for :

made available to war industry Local salvage committees are the construction of explosive plants ,- ht -
through the stoppage of automobile ; '
functioning in every community while tetra-ethyl lead is essential
production. throughout the nation. These com- for the. high octane aviation gaso-
mittees will furnish Test Driver Don Kenower :,/C'
complete lists line which feeds our present-day 400-
of needed scrap materials to every mile-an-hour fighting planes. puts'em through the jumps

interested person. While emphasis has, been placedon for Uncle Sam-shares the ..t

Farms Are Best Source. the salvage of steel, the disrup- Army man's preference for

\ Farms, the greatest single sourceof tion of supplies from abroad has Camel cigarettes.* 4
scrap material in the general made it imperative that the nation / %

salvage program, are expected to conserve every available pound of
furnish thousands of tons of scrap lead. The use of this vital metal K.
metal in the form of obsolete ma- has increased in direct proportionto s

I.': S f, chinery and tools, junked automo- the war effort. Lead, lying idle '

biles, old logging chains, wire fenc- in shops, homes and .automobile cAM s rH y giivo G.:
i.'J'i. ing, old tires and tubes, obsolete "graveyards," should be reclaimedand

motors and motor parts, wheelbarrows directed back into war produc-
rusted gears and the thousandand
i.: one things which find their way tion.Zinc, too, is essential metal. Old
&:. to the scrap heaps on almost every wash pails and buckets, galvanizedwire
,'- farm in the nation. and tin roofings which are no

,. t- Farmers who are unable to haul longer in use can go directly into *4eL
.'-'; their own scrap to the nearest sal- the production of propellers for bat- ( a 4
vage depot have merely to call the tleships or into essential parts for '
With in the Army, the Navy, the
closest salvage committee (or the tanks, trucks and a variety of other .> men
local county agent) and arrange- war machinesOne Marines, the Coast Guard .the favorite '. '(1'
ments will be made to dispose of of the scarcest and most criti- cigarette is CameL (Based on actual sales
Disposal of old papers, in a man- the material. cally needed metals is copper. Withan records in Post Exchanges and Canteens.) '
ner both patriotic and prpfitable, is State salvage committees have estimated shortage of thousandsof

made easy through use of this recommended that any person who tons of copper predicted for the '
,,'f') housewife's paper baler. The baler, has an accumulation of scrap ma- coming year, government orders' CAMEL
IL"" which holds 25 pounds, is equipped terial, in whatever form it may be, have restricted the use of this essential -
with a spool for cord and a razor call a nearby waste material or' material almost exclusivelyto

blade holder. junk dealer, who will buy such mar defense production. THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOST.

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ioning Program, that such use is HERMA N. CLARK:, ET ALS., Range Thirty-three (33) East con- visors of
Uncle Joe Peeples, in violation of the Federal Regula Defendants. taining 5,120 acres, more or less," will meet Sugarland 10 Drainage District .
at o'clock
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: As the heirs. Devisees, legatees In the fore- .
tions, and the vehicles will not be THOMAS A. GREEN, If living, 'and Grantees or otherwise by, thru or at noon the on the' 28th day of April, 1942. j..,.' f ;.
Veteran ,Legislator, permitted to be serviced again.: if dead, all parties claiming interest under the above named defendantsor District office in of the Secretary of the ;.'J.:
Clewiston Florida, for the y'
under Thomas A. Green, Deceased, or any of them: \
"Yours very truly, otherwise, the last known address ,of It appearing from' the sworn bill purpose of hearing objections and :::.',
Dies In Arcadia said Thomas A. Green being 3022 Que of complaint and supplemental bill complaints with respect to the said ?.: .'
1 "(Signed) W., C. SHERMAN, Street, Washington D. C.. and if the thereto filed In the above cause that budget, and for the purpose of transacting ;-: .
"State Rationing Administrator, said Thomas A. Green be married, each of the defendants is a nonresident such other business as may :-" ,.;
properly come before :'
the wife of said Thomas A. Green, of the State of Florida or Dated said meeting ;J.: -
Joseph Henry Peoples Tallahassee. whose name is unknown, and all that the residence of such -defendant BY this 8th day of April, 1942. \ ..' > _
cattleman parties claiming any interests in and is unknown as set forth above ORDER OF THE BOARD OF _
legislator and leading of W. P. Andrews, chairman of La- described lands in It is ; SUPERVISORS OF SUGARLAND
to the following therefore ordered that each V
trlades County, died Saturday Belle tire 'ration board, said these Hendry County, Florida: of the above named defendants appear DRAINAGE DISTRICT :'.,>. _
morning In the' Arcadia Hospital ofa busses have not been serviced with "Section Six' '(C); Township Forty- ,/ in. the above styled ,cause on By: F. DEANE DUFF -
eight (48) South of: Range Thirty- Monday, the 4th day of May, 1942, a April Its President.
heart attack with which he was tires since rationing went into ef- two (32) East, rule day of said court, at the office 10, 17, 1942., I
stricken In Moore Haven on the fect. Copies of this letter were as the heirs, devisees, legatees, of the Clerk of: the Circuit"Court ,
grantees or otherwise, by, thru or of Hendry County, Florida, to the Bill" = 4
preceding Tuesday, bringing. an sent to board members and bus under any of the said defendants: of Complaint filed against them by -' '
end the career of one of the most drivers and County SuperintendentC. It is hereby ordered that each of The Florida Land and Timber Company POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS
the above named, defendants appearin I A Corporation, the same beinga
colorful figures in Florida politics. E. Weaver said that in the future the .a.bove styled cause on Monte bill for the foreclosure of a 'mortgage -
Funeral services were held from buses would be used 'on regular day the 4th day of May, 1942, a Rule upon the above described lands';
I' day of said court, at the office of otherwise the allegations of said bill ]
the Van Pettcn Funeral Home in school routes only and on: the Clerk of the Circuit Court of will be taken as confessed by said .

Arcadia Monday afternoon at four school days only and not for transporting Hendry County, Florida, to answer defendants and the cause proceedex FOR
the bill of complaint filed herein, the parte. COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
o'clock with Rev. S. I. Hendrix, athletic teams or anything'else same being a'bill for the foreclosureof The Clewiston News, a newspaperof DISTRICT NO. 1 '
pastor of the Moore Haven Methodist .'. any time or any 'place. This a mortgage upon the above described general circulation printed and
lands; otherwise the allega- published In Hendry County Flor- This will
Church officiating. Many must be done, he said, in order to tions of the said bill will be takenas ida, is hereby designated as the for re-election" announce to the office my of candidacy county

state dignataries, including Senator keep the busses running. confessed, by said: defendants and newspaper In which this order shall commissioner,.-District No.1, subject ]
the cause proceed ex parte. be published once a week for. four to the will 'of the voters' in the :May '
leg- .
Claude Pepper contemporary .
The Clewiston News, a newspaperof consecutive weeks Primaries.
islators and prominent cattlemen general circulation printed and WITNESS my hand and the official .I am now servIng. mv first term C as
attended the services.: Burial was Clewiston People- published in Hendry. County Florida, seal of the Circuit 'Court of commissioner of this district and Invite -
is hereby designated as the newspaper Hendry County, Florida, this 2nd day the public to make a close inspection
in Arcadia's Oak Ridge cemetery. in which this order shall be of April, 1942. of, my record as a board '
Representative Elbert L. Stew- published once a week for four con- (OFFICIAL. SEAL) member during this time. .
(Continued from page 1) secutive weeks. WILLIAM T. HULL, Your support. and vote will be ap- i'preciated.
art, a close personal friend, and : WITNESS my hand and officialseal Clerk. Circuit Court of ,-', .. .
went tor 220-yard Eyton-
C. V. Parkinson were among the I o Hendry County Hendry County, Florida. ", G. E. ETHERTON. ,
Jones, red; Bateman, red, Orman, this 2nd day of April, 1942. Fred H. Mellor, Fort Myers, FJar (Paid Political Adv.) 1
of eight pall-bearers. Others OFFICIAL SEAL
group ( Attorney for Plaintiff. ,,v
were J. M. Couse, I. E. Scott, J. J. I yellow. Cricket ball throw: Williams Clerk WILLIAM of the Circuit T. HULL Court, April 3, 10, 17, 24 and May, 1; : .r.'? :;; .. .,
Wiggins, J. E. Frierson, J.'., W. Ad-, green; Harding, green; Hendry County, Florida. .:.::; '+; I FRIENDS. AND VOTERS OF'f, :: ; : : ::. \
Fred H. Mellor, Fort Myers, Fla. IIENDRY COUNTY ,
kins and T. W. Weeks of Moore I s'<: ':
Mallinson red. Sack race: Walms- Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE '1j -- ." t-i" ,
Haven. April 3, 10, 17, 24 and May 1: Re Sugnrland Drainage District I '. ':: ."
Hollis Hazell. dash .1 announce my candidacy for '
ley, 100-yard' : reelection <, s
The following is taken from the Taxes for the Year 1U42 to the office of State Rep-
Glades County Democrat: Hawley, yellow; Bateman, red; I resentative 'from Hendry County with t
Butler, yellow. One-mile run: I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that full knowledge of the duties Involved .,
Joseph Henry Peeples was born in accordance with the provisions of and with the belief that experience ,:. F
in Lakeland, Georgia June 2, 1869, Webster, yellow; McGregor, green; Chapter 18287, enacted at the 1937 gained In previous, service qualifies ;.
McDonald, red. Three-legged race: THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Session of the Legislature of the me to perform such duties to the t
but at an early age trudged beside FOR HENDRY COUNTY FLORIDAIN State of Florida and approved by the benefit of Hendry, County and the .:- "
the ox team of 'his father to cen- yellow, yellow, green. Long Jump: CHANCERY Governor of the State of Florida, on State of Florida at large: < ..""_;. a y'...- r
Hawley, yellow; Bateman, red; Case No. 730 May 20, 1937, the Board of Super- I pledge a continuation of sound, '.'/ :' _.
tral Florida where the family first I THE' FLORIDA LAND AND TIMBER visors of Sugarland Drainage District, constructive representation and will .' .'': ;, 'f' :<
settled. In eastern Sumter Countyhe Thomas, green. Relay race:, yel- COMPANY, a drainage district organized and existing appreciate your consideration of my ; ,1':{\\i 1
low, red. Obstacle race: NA. A Corporation. under the 'laws of Florida, 'and candidacy on May 5th. "', 1.:... ,;":' t
grew to young manhood and Plaintiff ELBERT ', '
embracing lands within Hendry and L. STEWART. ,;:
taught school and after his mar- High Jump: Lean, green; Eyton- versus Glades Counties, has caused to be (Paid Political Adv.) ; I.4"
Jones red Clark, 440yarddash INTERNATIONAL REALTYCOMPANY prepared the debt : .'. :' .
moved to DeSoto to ; green. FLORIDA'\ a budget lof serv- >. J:
riage County : Hawley, yellow; Orman and ice requirements and of the- costs of ,." .:" ',... : (
continue in the cattle business. A Corporation, etc., Et Als., maintaining and operating all of the '. ,.' '
Williams, green. Tug of war: blue DefendantsTHE works and improvements of Sugar- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ::. : .:"!? :::-: )
His career in politics began when I yellow. -* STATE OF. FLORIDA TO: land Drainage District and of administering DISTRICT NO.1 ,' :', .',;:. &' 'o' .
he was elected tax collector of De Ethel Pruitt, if living, and If dead the affairs of the Dis- -- '.' : :',':: f., : f ;
I Starters were Wing CommanderH. all parties claiming interests under trict generally during the year. begin- This will announce my candidacy .-' :::' ;'.:: & .'
Soto County in 1892 during the Ethel Pruitt, Deceased, or otherwise, ning on the First day of November, for the office of County Commissioner : .. ;;"' ,
administration of Governor Francis J. Rampkling and Squadron whose residence Is unknown; 19.42, and ending on the ThirtyFirstday from District No.1. t'\ .'..,, ;-.l's' %/ -"', J
Leader George Burdick; judges Maud L. Baker, if living:, and If of October, 1943. Said 'budget, During my eleven years residence ..... ';,:. : ]
Fleming and served two terms. dead all parties claiming interests among other things, shows the amountof in Clewiston and constant contact '::';,'':!." =" i
He later came to Citrus Center were G. W. Tyson, J. W. Durden, under Maud L. Baker, Deceased, or Unit No. 1 Debt Service Tax Unit 'with its people I believe that I am '.J.,;. .
in E. J. Smith and F. Hunziker; clerkof otherwise, whose residence is un- No. 2 Debt Service Tax, Unit No. 1 I as familiar with the problems of the '. ;. \" : '"..' (
and was most active the fightIn known Maintenance Tax Unit No. 2 Mainten- district and "
; county as anyone in the :." '. t
the legislature of 1921 for coun- course, Flight Lieutepant G. W. Cedric J. Priebe, if living, and If ance Tax per acre necessary to be district and promise that, if. elected :{,- l":,;.. '
Nickerson; timekeepers, C. J. Hop- dead, all parties claiming interests levied upon the lands within said I shall administer the business of ::,\ "'. ":. ., \
Successful in :
ty' division. this under Cedric J. 'Priebe, Deceased, or District for the year. 1942. the office with fairness and honesty. 'L r : --...': ;'
'fight he became a member of the kins and C. Owens; stewards LAC otherwise, the residence 'of said The'' said budget is now on file and Your vote on May 5th will be sin- '. '.'" ; .' J
Cox, LAC Morgan and LAC Single- Cedric ,J. Priebe being last knownas may be examined at the office of the cerely appreciated. \, ;.._, ';. ._ (
first board of commissioners 'j
county York Secretary of the said District at Clew- '' (
tonSmith.The Kings County, New : PARKER T. WILSON.. ::,: <,. : !: >,.
and served on the board for Virginia M. Spitler, If. living, and iston, Florida.> The Board of Super- (Paid Political Adv.) ..t:: .; :' ";;,<_'"
If dead, all claiming inter- I
four terms, as chairman during the ests under Virginia parties M. Spitler, Deceased r-.ni ;rit.t _: ;: .' '.,:
latter two terms.In Spring meeting of Pilot International or otherwise, the last known :
Florida District will address of said Virginia M. Spitler 1I
1928 he :was elected represeri"tative :" being 402 25th Street, Far ''Rocka-
/ from the county and, with be held in Miami April '4-5, it was way N. Y.; *.*iJ- 1
announced last week. Delegates And if any of the said defendants 1
the exception of one term, has above named be married, the spousesof .
':served in that capacity ever since. from Pilot Clubs throughout the the said defendants, whose names
I state are expected to attend. are unknown
In 1940 he was elected without ,
op- And all parties and persons claimIng -
position and had secured the nomination any interests in and to. the following -
described ,lands in Hendry
this year without opposition. County, Florida: :
.. In 'his legislative. career Mr. "The North Half (NJof Section fiL
Twelve (12), and all of Sections
Peeples was always on the alert to THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEN- Twenty-four (24), Twenty-six (26), I a
I Vote against any measure which he DRY COUNTY, FLORIDAIN and Thirty-six '(36) of Township I '' k k1.1a'
CHANCERY. Forty-four (44) South of Range ]
I I felt would be harmful to the inter- Case No. 911 Thirty-two (32) East; : < / y .g
I ests of his county and equally alertto THE FLORIDA LAND AND TIMBER And the East Half (E%) of Sec- ; A ;
COMPANY tion Eighteen:: (18) and all of 'Sections f1j (
push any measure which he A Corporation, Twenty (20), Twenty-eight (28),
thought of benefit. He was a most Plaintiff, Thirty (30), and Thirty-two (32) of
versus Township Forty-four (44) South ofI a; i j .
powerful representative for the I

cattle interests and worked hard
I ,
I and long for a settlement of the :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:.,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;.
I Everglades Drainage District problem y y
which came at the last session

J of the Legislature and the bill was == ""0> .. '.
passed, as a special favor, on his '

seventy-second birthday. il .C ;i
I Mr. Peeples was not only one of:: riL .

I the largest landowners and cattle- ALL .ECTR.IC' :: '

men of this county but had 'exten- AIR T ;

sive land and cattle interests in .:- _:. 1 .

Highlands County. :;: :;: CONDITIONEDDependable ;

Surviving members of the family .. HOME .

'are his widow, two daughters, Mrs. .

Irving Harris of' Fort Myers and .

TMrs. Nellie Moss of Tampa and := "\, \,. :: omai'l 4
'tour sons, Joe, Jr., Billy and Don- ..:- II" -:-

ald of Citrus Center and Woodrow. Service =
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of Venus. ,

Boy, Scout- ei!:j= Cooking --- Refrigeration f:*: Low Fares ." .,>.:>- j r ..' .

Y Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida .' -: ,

l t.. : (Continued from Page 1). :s:_ WASHING- MACHINES :y+;: 'and. the North. 1
e i'
k. .A. Moore., The Moore Haven : > ._ :' ':

l': Scouts also ranked near the top =: SEWING MACHINES :: Lv. CANAL POINT Northbound. 4:55: AM 1:25 PM r -

F' 'in the competition with 465 and e. ._ Ar. TAMPA . ;-'loIOAM: 6:55: PM Costs Less than Driving :
i":'_ '456 points for the two patrols. : Ar. lAKELAND '. ..' 9:10 AM 5:50: PM ,- P '
, Y'i Ar. ORLANDO . 1050 AM 7:45 PM One Round <:, .
}--< Members of the Tiger patrol == :;: Ar. JACKSONVillE . 3,15 PM 11:45 PM 'Way TrIp 0 3i '
; i ANY. TASK CAN BE'DONE 'BY : . 4:45 PM 12:59 AM 1
, ';: making, the trip were Junior Martinez Ar.TALLAHASSEE : MIAMI $ 1.65 $ 3.00'' :
'. Ar. lAKE CITY . 2:25: PM 1:1,0 AM :
;:':: Sam Young, Gene Mills h JACKSONVILLE : 4:70: 8:50: x 1

tL' Frank Conkling, Albert Stevens, ELECTRICITY. Lv. CANAL POINT ; . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05 .'( ,. ; ..
. :: LAKELAND 2.35 4.25 ,
\ Ar.'JACKSONVILlE . 3:45AM 9:15AM e :
Ben Bolton
t"L; and Raymond: Trice. In ORLANDO 2.95 5.35 .:. _.
' ";:. the Flying Eagles were Bruce x f DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLA'- TALLAHASSEE e 6.25 11.25 '

-. ,),2., :Beardsley, Medford Dunaway Harold HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95 .' 't' j
'' Clean f
.' :>' 't Broderick and David Thomas. f Quick Convenient :. fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST.- ATLANTA.MACON e .. 7..25 8.40 13.05 15.15 } .:r'; : j

:.; ( All of the boys attending from Southbound-GoIng VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45.: !

.;' 'the Glades-Hendry district will be y: Lv.CANAL POINT. . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85 = K ; '_
eligible to attend the district x f Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM '2:30AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00 ''i' ". i
cam- 1
: CHICAGO 17.90 32.25 r j.J
: .:. poree: in Atlanta later in the ReturnIng L'' '
year/ NEW YORK 15.85 28.55
;;."!,'- 'if it is held and to compete for :_:: THE MORE YOU USE THE LESS :=;: Lv. MIAMI . 10:00AM: 2OOAM: f> f

:' '. .a trip to Washington later. 'f i Ar. CANAL POINT 1:25 PM 4:55 AM "


Rationing Board :_ \10- .-.
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L:' The following letter received by Y I. ::;

L. M. Jennings who is tire administrator ,.

y:: .... under the rationing program hTaur: h xor3 )'rk r ,' .;

? .,; itself for: Hendry County speaksfor I Glades Power and light ,i, a = l i r. ., .:', 1 L

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"This office is in receipt of a : (

'telegram advising of a Hendry' 1

County school bus loaded with Boy J. 1J

"i' 'Scouts passing! through Highlands Company i iy

'County on the morning of the 9th,
y'' instant. 1

"Please advise your school' peo- h Y I'.F14:7ImJj;: ''I fd

'pie that if these busses have been' ,:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::..:.,.:..:...:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:.Y.: : .. i.c
serviced with tires under the Rat, .I

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