The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00888
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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; Synthetic Rubber Production In Florida Everglades ,.


: Is Proposed By Bitting As An Aid To War Effort ...

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Festival Dance SaturdayTo Fire Department To i Plan Announced Tuesday Nite L

Order Inhalator Soon

I At Dinner At Clewiston Inn ,
Close Harvest ..,<
Sugar The volunteer fire department I :'

reported this week that they eX- ''INDEPENDENT \
::J I pected to raise the small amount of I Junior-Senior Banquet I ASKED TO PRODUCE HALF ,.. !

lacking within the next few f'.
Smashes WindowIn OF 100,000 ACRES .
HOUSE AT 4:45>> A. M. days and to get '''off an order for Held Friday At Inns '"$J

:, WEDNESDAY an Inhalator and auxiliary oxygen ',,
Hopkins BuildingA Synthetic rubber can be and will '
cylinder sometime nextweek..
the' ;
, be produced in Everglades
.,t The annual harvest festival The fire department started off I One of the most outstanding ?
within a year if the government "
the fund with the proceeds from a events of the school year, the an-
which writes' finis to each sugar large plate glass window inTurner's I gives the green light to the pro-
dance held recently'' at ,which time nual banquet given the Senior Class (,
harvest season of the Ever-' Beauty Shop was demol- posal of Clarence R. Bitting, presi-
cane fifty dollars was cleared, about one I by the Juniors, was held at the .
ished Wednesday afternoon whena dent of the United States Sugar :
: glades, will be held tomorrow and fourth of the amount needed. Clewiston Inn on Friday. eveningof :
car driven by Mrs. Polly Bur- I Corporation, which was laid before ?
the harvest season of 19411942will Various organizations of the community last week. ".;
kette, crashed into the building.Mrs. the War Production Board by Mr.
have supplemented this The banquet table was attractively -
be officially ended. Bu'rkette was attempting to Bitting early this week.
fund by donations. These include decorated in a patriotic theme
At o'clock tomorrow, in the] park the car at the curb when her
; one Announcement of this fact as '-
blue color
,-t i the Parent-Teachers Association, and the red, white and "-
warehouse, will be held brakes failed to hold and the car
big sugar, I well as the chemical constituentsof f-
the Garden Club, Red Cross, U. S. scheme was carried out in place
:. the annual barbecue for white employees plunged into the building.
the product, the practical uses
Sugar Corporation, City of Clewis- cards and other appointments.Miss
', and their friends and beginning -. Customers and operators in, the :
of the
product and the plan of
ton and American Legion and other Laura Bailey, president of
i. tomorrow night at ten o'- beauty shop were frightened when
production, was made here Tues-
organizations are 'yet to be con- the Junior ,Class, acted as. toastmaster .
a clock in the same building the annual the car came on into the shop tacted. and ''presented the various day night at a dinner given by Mr. :

dance will be held which is I scattering glass around, but no one Bitting and attended by 'a majorityof <
: The inhalator, which is urgently speakers on the program. Father

.! always the ,outstanding event of was injured. needed to treat cases of drowning, Timothy J. Geary, pastor of St.Margaret's the better known farmers of the :,:
the in the Everglades area. Last week a similar accident, but (I ,
: Everglades area. The state press :'
electrical shock, etc., will cost Church, was guest
An eight-peice orchestra from West of smaller proportions occurred, '
", $180.00 and the auxiliary oxygen speaker. '''Other guests 'included Dr. I was also well represented and great
Palm Beach is scheduled to furn- when Louise Prewitt while learningto
publicity has been given to the
cylinder will cost $20.00. C. E. Weaver of LaBelle, superin-
ish the music and favors will be drive ,overran the curb 'and struck I'proposal.The .
tendent of public instruction, A. -
distributed during the evening to the window In Royal's store. Mr.
O. Ward, Clewiston member of the synthetic rubber would' be 'I;
add to the note of gaiety. Prewitt was beside his daughterand New Minister .
county school board, Jimmy Ber- made from three vegetable pro-
United States Sugar Corporation stopped the car just as it
The (Continued on page five' ducts, all of which can be grown

band will, put on a concert reached the building.REGISTRATION. ,L. iBL_ --, '''' profusely' and economically in 'the

during the barbecue. Everglades' -sugar cane, sweet po-

Colored laborers of the Western I tatoes and peanuts. No sugar

e Division held their various OF TRADE REGISTRATIONFOR I! would be made from the cane but

plantation barbecues and field I I practically all of the plant wouldbe

;=.: ,... events' yesterday, beginning at SUGAR IS TO BE I used in the production" of an essential :

';'" nine o'clock in the morning and MEN 45, TO 64 TO : component of the'lactic..

today the winners! ,of the various Sweet potatoes would furnish another -.,V':

events compete: In the finals at BE HELD MONDAYRegistration HELD NEXT WEEK part and peanuts would furnish ,

Townsite Recreation Center.. In the Y nik'iri $ still another. In addition to the '

Eastern Division all events 'were. 7. tactics which would be produced -

concluded yesterday. In: addition -' The' local Rationing Board this many other by.'PIdciuc.tsYould': : .come

to prizes givenfor; winners of of :men between the .from' the .processing of almost, as '
tlje :: week worked out _
of 45and V5 Will be held '
:ages '
", va"rio'u"s"events.-,serviceemblemswere ;3 AS" istration 'of: wholesalers, retailers, vital imp&rti 1asubber.j ; '',

awarded those who' had com- Monday, April 27, at the high school industrial users, and consumers. for Byproducts.would. ,include .a certain '.+;
,under the direction. of Principal R. .
pleted five, ten, fifteen or twenty .: Clewiston.The amount of commercial alcohol -

:; years employment with the sugar W.'' Turk. first registration wil\\ be for I peanut oil' for :" cooking and I
the fourth
I. corporation and other prizes were This is registrationof wholesalers, retailers and industrialusers other uses where olive oil is now
nation'smanpower and in
given for outstanding ,work ability the and will be held next Tues- employed, concentrated foods 'from

I I and perseverance. Hendry County approximately 500 day and Wednesday, April 28 and sweet potato starch, peanut meal,
are expected to answer the
The last car of cane was dumped t, 29, at high schools here and ini, chocolate' and sugar and many
into the sugar house at 4:45 Clewiston. others
(1) Every male citizen and
Wednesday morning and this cane Principal Richard Turk is site The hundred or more men and
every male alien in Florida other
was: processed and sacked as raw administrator here and teachers one woman who attended the din-
han persons excepted by the Selective -
sugar sometime during Wednesday: REV. JOHN N. MONTGOMERY will act as clerks in the high school. ner at Mr. Bitting's invitation,. expected
Training and Service Act
night. Heavy rains had delayedthe :This, registration will be very 'an important announcementand
of 1940 as amended, is required to I
harvest a couple of days but small in comparison with the con- were not left long in doubt as
present himself for and submit to
in spite of this rainfall, which ex- New Pastor To Be sumers registration which is sched- to the purpose of the gathering. The
registration on April 27, if he has :
ceeded ten inches in some"" places, uled to be held in elementary immensity of the. proposal had
not registered previously and if '
'all of the corporation cane was Installed I schools May 4, 5, 6 'and 7. hardly made its impression when
such a person has reached the age Officially i '
harvested and all of the independent I I These registrations will be held talks were completed and the dinner -
of 45'years on or before Feb. 16, '
growers' cane except a portion of during school hours and those over.
1942, and has not 'reached his 65th Friday May 1st
the field of Carl H. Berner where coming under the classification of Jay W.. Moran, vice-president and
birthday on or before April 27,
the high water made it impos- 1942. wholesaler, retailer, and institu- general manager of the United

sible to finish the harvest. Rev. John Nelson Montgomerywill tions and industrial users which States Sugar Corporation, acted as

(2) Registration should be madeat be installed as pastor of the covers hotels, restaurants, school master of ceremonies and introduced -

a designated registration placeof Clewiston Community Church in lunchrooms, boarding houses and first Dr. B. A. Bourne, vice- !

U.S.E.S.. Managers the local board area in which special services to be conducted food service establishments will president 'of the -'sugar corporation f

the: registrant has his permanent Friday evening, May 1st, beginningat have and present the following information in charge of research. Dr. Bourne

'J Here ., Three Days home, or in which he may happento 7:30. and how much sugar disclosed some of the results of

) be within the hours of 7- A. M. The Community Church has a they will be allowed to sell or use several years intensive research

Office managers and district of- and 9 P. M. Any person who is membership of all Protestant de- will be based on these totals: with products easily grown in the

unavoidably away from home dur- of all meats, and of how several of these
ficials of the United States Employment nominations, but it was organizedby (1)) The, gross sale 'glades

Service of Tennessee and ing the registration period may and is under the jurisdiction of groceries, fruits and vegetables'for products were now being raised

register at the registration place the week April '25, 1942. profitably by'the corporation and
Missouri were visitors in Clewiston the Presbyterian Church, and officials ending ;
Saturday, Sunday and Monday and most convenient on that day and ministers of the Southwest (2) The, quantity of sugar equalto plans made for the commercial development -

::"' while here were taken through the (3)) Registrants must answer all Florida Presbytery will con- one pound for 'each dollar of of others. This research

sugar house while it was operating (Continued on page 5) duct installation. gross. sales. had uncovered methyl lactate
delivered to and ac- which is the 'base for synthetic rub-
(3) Sugar
and made extensive inspection trips W. M. Johnson, of Lake Alfred,

through the properties. the Unit I USSC Makes TransfersIn will be the presiding officer, and cepted by the registering unit dur- ber as well as'unlocking gates to
November, 1941. other which be
ing the month of products may ex-
ed States Sugar ,Corporation. Dr. W. K. C. Thomson of the First
weekly aver- in the future to make the
While visiting both Eastern and Timekeeping Dept. Presbyterian Church, Miami, will (4) the approximate pected

Western division plantations, the preach the sermon. Rev. Alexan- age of sugar deliveries, or a fourth Everglades a great agro-industrial
(Continued on page 5) empire. He disclosed the tremendous -
officials interviewed men at workin der Linn, of Miami, who is well
possibilities for manufac-
the fields and in every instance Transfer recently made by the known here, will give the charge
ture of sweet potato starch, ninety
found them content and earning United States Sugar Corporationsees to the pastor and the Rev. J. Irwin Employment Officials
percent of' the normal 200,000 tons
good money.'E. Charles Lovvorn moved up Wherry will give the charge to the
used annually in this country hav-
M. Norment. of Nashville, dis- from the payroll department in the people of the congregation. Thesemen Visit Here ThursdayA
ing been cut off by the war, and
supervisor for Tennessee, ob- general office to head of this de- are among the foremost min-
brought out that average' produc-
that: "Worker's are ap- partment and assistant to M. E. isters of the Presbytery.The .

parently given every opportunityto Von Mach, labor and personnel Rev. Montgomery came to second group of United States tion' of this crop of seventy bushelsto

earn a good living and the manager. Clewiston the first of this month Employment Service officials paida the acre in some choice potato

amount they make depends on Boyd Vorhees, who has been as- from Miami where, he has been visit to Clewiston Thursday and producing sections has been step-

whether or not they work regularly sistant chief timekeeper in the for several months as assistant after a trip through the sugar ped up toas much as seven hun-

and efficiently." ) Eastern Division, takes Mr. Lov- pastor of the First Presbyterian house, a tour of 'the properties of dreed bushels on Everglades muck.
Mr. Moran then introduced
At the time of their' visit to the vorn's former place in the ,general Church. He was graduated in the U. S. Sugar Corporation and

Townsite Village the earnings of office and H. H. Sears takes over June from the Princeton Theological analysis of the living conditionsand James F. Laughlin, New York

cane cutters were posted on the Mr. Vorhees' place in the Eastern Seminary. working conditions of the colored chemical research engineer who has
done considerable work for the
bulletin board for the previous day. Division.Mr. Seventeen members were re- employees of the corporation expressed -

$3.43 was the lowest group and Lovvorn entered the employof ceived into the church Sunday, Mr. themselves as well pleased corporation in developing the
lactics. He of the develop-
$4.63 was the highest'' for the the sugar corporation in 1933as and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Dr. and with these conditions. spoke
,' of starches oils, etc., as a
ment ,
Say's work. At this village the a timekeeper at the sugar house. Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mr. and Mrs. While here' the group., was able
contribution to the war ef
4 Plantation Choral Group gave a Since that time he has forged C. W. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. to attend the Townsite Village bar- great
fort and envisioned the Evergladesas
concert of negro ,spirituals in their! steadily ahead to his present posi- Martin, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Durst, becue., and field events.
chemist's paradise where, after
"honor and several selections were tion at the top of this department. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Gardner, In the group were: William a

rendered by the Pelican Lake and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, I. S. Klugh, regional clearance officerof the war the production of plasticsand

Hitta quartets.Mrs. RATION BOARD OFFICE Bell, Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Miss the U. S. Employment Service; foodstuffs would keep every

Clara E. Kitts, of the Farm .---- Elsie Martin. L. S. Rickert Florida State Direc- available acre In production.,
Then came Mr. Bitting's talk, the_
Labor Division of the Memphis office The local ration board has open- Ordination Service tor of the service of Tallahassee;
full text of which is reprinted in
"never dreamed there wa; ed an office in the Hopkins Build- Sunday morning, April 26, there L. L. Rhudy, regional war labor

. \ .... such a wonderful place provided ing and Mrs. R. C. Nowling will, will be ordination and 'installation board member of Birmingham andA. this issue, in which he outlined his

.: lor colored labor as she had seen be the clerical assistant in chargeof of elders, ordination of deacons and, T. French, local manager of plan for production of materials

i (Continued on Page 5) the office. (Continued. on page 5) tho West Palm Beach office., | (Continued on Page 8),



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courteous to all, but intimate J ? E t" yet.r K the I Flovr4e.r'throv .' :' -.

with few; and let those be well woods

tried before you give them your -"" ( : Y LV I A TAYLOR W.N.U // With i Pee.t bothJe.t l ;'..-.'
True is BEI.I. / ftelcasc
confidence. friendship a "t..t\d cold 1

plant of slow growth, and must THE STORY SO FAR: Joan Leland, wondering how she could keep her was more attentive than ever, and
undergo and withstand the shocksof secretary to Arthur Mulford, San Fran mind off Karl Miller and type these Joan, with the radiant assurance of And seek tKe modest
before it is entitled to cisco Importer, is amazed and angry viole/b -
adversity letters. Karl was such a man! a woman loved, checked off each -
the appellation.Let when he discharges sister her Sybil without, with notice whom or "Stop thinking about him!" Joan day as more perfect titan the last. Oh vovld .t.
explanation. : .
heart feel for the affections -
your she shares an apartment, loses her position herself.It Sometimes she doubted her effi- she '\
and distresses of every also'and Joan accepts a secretarial was almost ten when the door ciency as Karl's secretary. She were. .'. '
one, and let your hand give in position with handsome Karl Miller, night opened without warning. Joan typed letters scarcely knowing what more bold! ,

proportion to your purse; remem- club proprietor. lIe pays her well because thought it was Paul but it was Eric she was writing. But if she was in- I rIccAnn :-:. '
bering always the estimation of: of the unusual hours. She Is fascinated Strom <-
Karl's who stepped efficient
partner, Karl did not seem to noticeit. )
the widow's mite, that it is not: and accepts his lovemaking. Lat inside. Joan had not seen him since ;
that asketh that de- er she meets his manager, Paul Sherman 0 ,
everyone the night. he dined with Karl and
all however and his partner, Eric Strom, who One rainy night Joan said to Sybil,
serveth charity; are
admiration for her. Paul "I've in
both express her."Ah never been so happy my
worthy of the inquiry, or the deserving warns her against Karl but refuses to Miss Leland! You are alone, life."

may suffer. George give his reasons. Returning to the office I see. And looking very beautifulas "It's too good to be true;" Sybil
Washington.J. overhears Karl and WNU Service.
Joan "
always. Eric's voice was soft prophesied gloomily. "I still don't
Eric in a mysterious conversation. Paul but his eyes regarded her insolently. like Karl. ..
drives her home and they quarrel over The more I see of him ,
Joan working for Karl. Later Karl Invites "Karl will be back any minute, the less I trust him. And an- D

her to inspect a freighter, whose Joan. said quickly. other one I don't care for is that
Fuller PepBy captain he knows. Both Paul and Joan's "I don't think so. I left him onlya Mrs. Murdock who runs the beauty NONE
sister, Sybil, warn her against Karl. few minutes ago, quite absorbedin shop." SURER
Paul is found following her. a business matter. Mind if I
JERRY LINK "Is that Karl's fault? He got you
Now continue with the story.
have a drink?" the job. That's enough, isn't it?"

"You're Karl's' partner. It's your Joan had come home for dinner Use of Ridicule
CHAPTER VI office, too." She was trying to-con- and Karl had told her she need, not Ridicule often decides mattersof

trol her dislike of him. be back at work until nine, an hour importance more effectively land -
rel Sybil shrugged. "There are a lot "You are very generous," Eric later than usual."I in a better manner, than ,
e of people don't Sherman trust. For instance, Strom said, but he did not open the never heard of such crazy severity.-Horace.

0 why "is Paul followingyou bar concealed in the wall. Insteadhe hours," Sybil objected. "Karl 'certainly -
0 ?
approached her desk.
find out He isn't very businesslike about,
"I intend to tonight.
has an appointment at the club at "You'll have to excuse me," Joan the club. I -don't see how he makes Pull the Trigger on
said suddenly afraid. "I'm "
ten-thirty. I'll try to see him alone. "
for a few minutes. I'm going to ask bUS,". Joan walked restlessly up and Constipation with
him to explain." But with a quick step, Eric was down the living room. "Karl makes

"Karl probably knows about it al- beside her. Drawing her to herM plenty of money. He's a very clever (

ready. It may be his orders." -- man." She glanced at the clock. Ease for Stomach, too

"That's ridiculous!" Joan flared. "I think I'll go back early. Karl
Uncle Jed always used to say might need me." Shortly before eight When constipation brings on discom-
"Thlngs'd be a whole lot pleas- "How can you dislike Karl so much? she left. fort after meals,stomach upset,bloating, ,
anter If folks would Just live so's After he got you your job and has. dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad
they'd never be ashamed to sell been so kind to you?" I Happily she opened the door of breath,your stomach is probably"crying
the family parrot to the town Karl Miller's office but-the smile on the blues" because your bowels don't
gossip." Sybil sighed as she went back to move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
An' speakln o' parrots, reckonI the kitchen. her face faded when she saw that the trigger on those lazy bowels com-
must sound like one, the way But before Joan leftfor: the office Karl was, not 'alone. Eric Strom bined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease- s
I'm always talkIn' about vitaminsan' was with'him. to your stomach in taking. For years
she had kissed Sybil affectionately
KELLOGG'S PEP I But It's many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-
mighty Important to get your saying, "I'm sorry, Syb! I guess I "I'mjust leaving, Eric'said, and rations in their prescriptions to make
vitamins-all of 'em I And am tired. One of the things that's 1 i .without a word to Joan he walked medicine more agreeable to a touchy
KELLOGG'S PEP is extra-strong is Paul past her and down the corridor. stomach. So be sure your laxative con-
making ,me nervous having
,, In the two vitamins, Bi and D, tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's -
all the time. I can't Karl did not surprised that
'. that are most likely to be short follow me seem Laxative Senna combined with .
;.' In ordinary meals. An', PEP'S, stand it any ,longer, and I'm going' she had arrived early: He made no Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the .. '
: delicious, 11MQ)1p I, ) comment He Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
plumb to settle it tonight. -6 I'I'' upon her appearance. muscles in your intestines to bring welcome -
Later when Joan hurried from the / read her thoughts, when he said, "I relief from constipation. And the \I

p apartment and walked to the trolley ? ( didn't think you'd want to see Eric, good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa-
I told to later." tive so comfortable and easy on your
line through the dark night, she felt so you come stomach. Even finicky children love the
A delicious cereal that supplies per 1-ounce strangely exhilarated. It was 'a Instantly she was reassured. It taste of this pleasant family_ laxative.
icrring: 1/2 daily need of vitamin D; 415 thrill even to go to work when her was kind of him to spare her a Take Dr.;Caldwell's Laxative Senna combined -
to Il5 minimum daily need of vitamin BI.I .
with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on
boss was Karl Miller.At meeting with Eric Strom.
I label or as your doctor advises, and feel
II I the Club Joan paused to lookat "Joan," Karl continued, with his world'sbetter.Get genuine Dr.Caldwell's.To .

It. the crowd.. The low ceiling was quick smile, "I hate to ask you to
t.- Do You Like Jingle Contests? flooded with a soft indirect lighting.It do this on such a bad night but I

f Raleigh Cigarettes are now run was a pleasant intimate room. can't leave the office and I want / Relieve distress from MONTHLY> Y
ning another series of weekly cone The dance floor was small but ade- this package delivered." He held outa

;'' tests forth se i supply the quate. ,It formed a circle in front of small,leather portfolio. FEi'ALEWEAKNE'SS
\' best la to atingle. Over 100 the band which. according to Karl.. "I don't mind, Karl! Where doesit
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: .' liberal, pries each week. Watch was ;Cg;; gver big.'JThClub I-.n\ \ \\\\ '" ... go?"

)I"; this paper for details.-Adv. Elite was definitely a" success. "Ah! Miss Leland! 'You are alone, "Do you remember the night I

F The bar at side of the I see. And looking beautiful as "
t one room very took you aboard the freighter? Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
was crowded. Joan, glancing casu- always-" She nodded and he went on, "I Compound to help relieve monthly
pain, backache, headache with its
ally at the well-dressed men and want it delivered there. Take a taxi due to
CAIIO.U5E5 feet, he attempted to kiss her. "You nervous feelings-
1 women, saw Paul Sherman. She and go immediately." monthly functional disturbances.
beautiful little devil! he murmured.Joan Taken .regularly thruout the
- To relieve painful callouses,burningorteadernessonbottomoffeet- glanced at her watch. It was a was terror-stricken. She triedto Joan fastened her coat and slippedon month Pinkham's Compound .
quarter of eight. She had fifteen her gloves. "To whom shall I helps build up resistance against t ,
and remove callouses-get these scream but no sound would come. such distress of "difficult days."
minutes before she due in Karl'soffice.
thin, soothing cushioning pads. was She pulled away with all her give it?" Thousands upon thousands of girls
Now was her chance. and women have reported gratifying -
"They're expecting Someone
strength but Eric Strom only you. benefits.Follow label directions.
j "Hello, Paul said. "Is it possible laughed. will meet you. Give him the, pack. Well worth trying
L : that you want to see me?" age and come right back. You'll

Joan sat down beside him. "I "Let me alone!!" Joan cried as she find a taxi outside." He kissed her

:,- have been seeing you almost constantly felt Eric's 'arms about her. briefly.

A VEGETABLE for three weeks," she said She was not aware that the office When she arrived at the_pier Joan
significantly. door had opened until a hand seized asked the driver to wait, and clutch- wAnd j ..

iLaxativea' "That's a tricky hat," Paul said : Eric and whirled him' around. ing the portfolio tightly, ran into w

r admiringly."Be I "Paul! the warehouse. She walked rapidly e
? For Headache, serious, Paul. You know what through the darkness, through the \
n }Ktt inyCO Sour Stomach I mean. Why have you been following Paul's" face'was grim. "You dirty opening which led to the ship. There Your Strength and
rat! He smashed his fist full in
and Dizzy Energy Is Below ParIt
in she ascendedthe
me was no one sight as .
Spells when Eric's face with blow that sent him
a may be caused by disorder of kid -
"Must have been two other .
slippery gangplank.She
n & 1y caused by Con peo- spinning across the _room. ney function that permits poisonouswaste ,
Use ple. Want drink? stood uncertainly for a mo- to accumulate. For truly many
stipation. Eric staggered to his feet but people feel tired, weak and miserable
"No thank Joan ment the
only as directed. you exploded. peering through misty when the kidneys fall to remove excess
Ilk'' 15 doses for "There's 'no use trying to evade the there was a smile on his evil face. darkness before she heard a voice. acids and other waste matter.from the

only 10 cents. issue. I saw you down at the boat "You'll pay for this, Sherman! "Wer da?" She drew back involun- blood.You may Buffer nagging backache, f l'
that night." You seem to forget I have some- tarily. The guttural voice frightenedher. rheumatic pains, headaches dizziness '

His brown eyes were serious.. thing to say about this business." getting Sometimes up frequent nights leg and,pains.scanty. swelling.unnatlon -,

"You didn't tell Karl?" I Joan leaned weakly against the Instantly a, man appeared out of with smarting and burning is another -

"No! I didn't." desk, sobbing. the night and the muscles of his the kidneys sign that or bladder.something is wrong with

"Why not?" i "Shut' up and get out!" Paul ordered scarred face relaxed when he saw There should be no doubt that prompt
I is than neglect. lisa! .
I "I didn't want you to lose your advancing toward Eric again. who it was. "Miss Leland?" treatment Doan'n Pills. wiser It is better to rely on a I I
'.:, More Raleigh Jingles job," she confessed. "I couldn't believe And at that moment Karl Miller "Yes" Joan faltered, "Here is a medicine that has won countrywide approval '
less favorably ,
: ;. Raleigh Cigarettes are again that you meant any harm." appeared in the doorway. His voice package from Mr. Miller." known.than Doan't on have something been tried and test- I, ;

offering liberal prizes in a big "That's very sweet of,you, Joan! cut like a whip through the tense "Danke schoen!" He saluted her ed Get many Doan ears.today.Arc at all drug stores. \ '

jingle contest to be ,run in this I! appreciate your confidence." atmosphere. "What's going on and disappeared into the shadows. .Y a I. .:"
paper. One hundred and thirty- "Well? Aren't you going to explain here?" he demanded.No Joan returned through the ware

three prizes will be awarded each ? If you don't, I'm going to one seemed inclined to an- house to the street. She shiveredas ,(

;Y. week.-Adv. tell him." swer him but he read the story in the wind swept the rain in great' I

Paul looked at his watch. "We their faces. "I want'to talk to Joan gusts. Thank goodness, her taxi was I II ,

haven't time to talk now. You haveto -alone!" She had never heard him still there. 16-42
L'. be in the office by eight, don't use this tone before. His voice was Quickly Joan ran ,to it, opened the :;;

GOOD you? I'll come in later and we'll edged with steel. His eyes were door and climbed in. -;

talk then. Meanwhile, please don't hard. He seemed another Karl, a "Good evening," Paul Sherman MERCHANTS ;

oast d say anything to Karl. Promise me, man she had never known.As said. /
somt s Joan!" Paul turned to go, Joan ran He was sitting in the corner com m mil i Ti

,f st o % "I won't if you'll explain." to him. "Thanks, Paul!" she said, posedly smoking cigarette. "I .
s a 1 "You have all the instincts of a her voice trembling.But thought you might need me." eYo.ur 5

detective," Paul laughed. Paul ,did not look at her. His "So you're following me again!" -

-- iii "That's what Karl told me once," voice was strained. "Don't men- She felt his arm nudge hers in
.Oirw lS GC.Je Rn'A Joan informed him. "I'll .Advertisiwg. .'.
see you. tion it! warning as he glanced towards the
later!" When they were alone, Karl said, taxi driver. "Don't talk' now!" he : .t.

Karl Miller was in his office. The "It won't happen again, Joan. I'll said under his breath. Dolla!: .- ,:. ,
moment Joan entered he drew her see that Eric doesn't annoy you." "Take me back to.the club," Joan /

into his arms. "That's an adorablehat Desperately she tried to regain ordered. buys something more than ', :

CREATING NEW ," he said, kissing her. I. control of her shattered nerves but But Paul said, "Drive straight space and circulation in .
n WEALTH "I knew you'd like it!" She sobs shook her. Karl put his arms ahead till I give you further direc ,'
the columns of this 1)of'
pressed her cheek against his. news-
Impossible touch it
about her and his Was magic. tions. And step on !
TO ORDER [ to think about Paul Sher- "Don't cry, Liebchen! There's noth- Joan sat in furious silence as the paper. It buys space and ".:.

man, impossible to worry, or even ing to be afraid of now." driver obeyed Paul's orders. They circulation plus the favorable \ 1

O Advertising creates new care what happened in the rest of She clung to him, feeling strengthin climbed the slope of Nob Hill. Not ,:
w"'- wealth by showing people new the world when she was in his arms. his assurance. "Oh, Karl, I love until they stopped at a hotel and consideration of our .

and better ways of living,and "I'll be out of the office until ten," you!" The words tripped over each were settled at a small table in the readers for this newspaperand

lx- KB as tributes it creates to new the wealth prosperity i it Con-of Karl told" her. "Try to finish .those other in stammering sincerity.Karl grill did she turn angrily to Paul. its advertising patrons.

everyone touched by the flow of money letters. Miller, pressing his lips "Would you mind telling me whatis
which is set up. In this way, don't you "Paul wants to see you at ten- against her white forehead, smiled. the idea of this? I happen to be
sec, advertising is a social force which is thirty," she reminded him. working for Karl, and he's expect-
working in the interest of every one of us "I'll be back. Good night, lieb- The days of November marchedby ing me back at the office." LET US TELL YOU r1,:
of the
every day year, bringing "
wealth to use and enjoy. chen! with astonishing rapidity. Joan The room was warm and gay and MORE ABOUT 'V :
l Another kiss and he was gone. was not bothered by Eric Strom there was a hum of voices.TO .
Joan: turned back to her typewriter again and her fears vanished. Karl ( BE CONTINUED) r

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R E EN LAW; journey a bit more than a task. Questions The Answers ..
TAGE SCREEN, ADIOSBy Presently from one corner of

VIRGINIA VALE the railway carriage came a plain- 1. What is the meaning of tele 1. Far off.

AIR CRASHES (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) tive voice. as used in the word telegraph? 2. India.

i With the. tremendous war ,expansion March of Time has done "What was the name of the last 2. Sanskrit is the ancient sacred 3. Self-preservation.
of the army and navy air THE station we stopped at, mother?" and literary language of what 4. God be with ye.

branches has come an accom- to give us good pic- "I don't know," snapped Mrs. country? 5. Yes. Alaska, 590,884 square
tures-and just now not only tak- 3. What is called the first law miles
panying frequency of press reports Jones, "and don't bother me when ; 265,986 square miles.
of"crashes by fledgling pilots. These ing goodinews pictures, but get- I'm reading." of nature? 6. A lawyer who practices in

stories have brought a flood of worried ting them home is quite a feat. After a.few minutes' silence the 4. For what sentence of four .petty cases.
.I inquiries to Washington authori- words is the word "good-by" a 7. Astrology is the art pursuedof
But they have done somethingelse youngster spoke again:
contraction or abbreviation of? foretelling or forecasting' the
I ties.Relatives of aviators have expressed ; Producer Louis de ,Roche- "Well, it's too bad you don't 5. Is Alaska larger than Texas? future of mankind by reference to
1 instituted the School of Pic- know the name of the station be- 6. What does
concern over the number of mont pettifogger mean? the influence supposed to be exerted -
I these accidents and the adequacy of torial Journalism, to train enlistedmen cause our Jimmy got off back 7. What is the difference be- by the stars. Astronomy is
a s the training'programs.'' of the United Nations' forces in there." tween astrology and astronomy? the study of the heavenly bodies.

I' The WASHINGTON MERRY-GO- the elements of motion picture pho-
ROUND has investigated both mat- tography. Three classes have already -

terse For military reasons detailed been graduated, and thei men -I IJ
figures cannot be disclosed. But are engaged in gathering materialin .
the following generalizations can be the varicfus fighting zones':-making : h -

published: a complete and graphic pictureof ,
1. That the U. S. percentageof the war. : :
accidents is less than that of :f-

the British and appreciably un- That shampoo you'll see Frank

der the best available German Morgan receiving at the hands of I
oJ figures. The casualty rate among Spencer Tracy, John Garfield and
Nazi trainees is reported to be others in "Tortilla Flat" was done .

quite high due to Limited train- with'a mixture of melted soap flakes

ing facilities, personnel and and flour. The scene had to be r 4-

equipment. filmed four times, because whenthey'd best-known brands, but
. : ..' 2. While U. S. accidents have "I've smoked all the'
get the stuff spread over ,' : '.: ; finer-tastmg than the
increased numerically because Morgan's head and into his ears, gal ghs seem milder
'. of the greatly increased number k:: they're made from the
eyes and mouth somebody would Lry. < others. That's because
-- of men in training, the percentage gin to laugh. And Morgan'd been expensive,mOre golden colored leaves that"
of accidents has not in- told it was a dignified role! n : more ,the tobacco sales.You
at great
creased. Today it is about the :f"Tarzan's bring top prices taste
And can
same as the ratio in 1940. This can see they're more golden. you
New Adventure" has
fact is. of key importance, since ?:.; '
... the difference.
been chosen as the title for the new s
it means there has been no deterioration a q
I Tarzan film with Johnny Weismul.
in the basic qualityof

the army and navy air train-

.. ing systems despite speed-ups
\ and other war factors.

3. The present training sys- e

tems are far superior to those

of the World war. Trainees 9

are, selected more carefully and
given much more and better in-
struction before they get their :

coveted wings. ; -. .. .y. .
-pr -
The question of allowing military Ntbr; 14.

air crashes to be reported has beena % ',, .

subject of inner ,circle debate for ... -
%p' 'tt g.r g.
some time. Some authorities con- .rz Q;. / '/ / '
tend this is valuable information to

the enemy, and cite the fact that 3
Britain has banned such press f _sgJ; gi7 1m
stories '
,* x ;Xya
President JOHNNY WEISMULLERler 4 *
The however, has not *

... .. entirely agreed with this view. He and Maureen O'Sullivan In it a
i is against publication of totals or :
Tarzan' buys himself a 'wardrobe
press percentages reports'of"but sees individual no objection mishaps.to II and has exciting adventures away "There's a valuable coupon on the back of every

I This is the policy being followed but from his jungle home. : pack of Raleighs. Coupons are good in the U.S. A.
--7 i--
the question is still under discus., k
for your choice of many beautiful and practical pre-
sion. Tom McGuire is now selling news- 1Y; V74k'
papers inside Grand Central station, miums.Write for the catalog that describes them." \

-Buy Defense Bonds- for good pay. Forty-eight years ago
he sold them outside the station, for

". SPRING AT THE WHITE HOUSE pennies. The reason is that then he t"ai '--,

, \ Outside the White House fence was a newsboy, just over from Ire-

r march soldiers with fixed bayonets.But ;land-now he's an actor, in "The!

inside the tall, iron fence, defy- Major and the Minor., "

ing the changes wrought by war, UNITED STATES

is the perennial transfiguration of When Les Newkirk, manager ot SAVINGS 80NDS .

spring. the West theater at Trinidad, Colo.,
The grass is a soft green, and the opened an air-mail package from "
beds of pansies, and jonquils have Hollywood he was sort of stumped.It :;y ; r? $103 U. S. Savings Stampsmay
burst into bloom in bril- now be obtained through
_ : colorful contained a record of greetings < ;t r'l'X.i, ,' +> Brown&williamson.Sendl33 '
liance. The flowering shrubs and from to the Koroseal Lady's Umbrella.
Hollywood town, to Raleigh coupons foreach dollar
New style Well made rust-
trees were never lovelier-the mag- reproduced through the theater'sloud 1lP stamp.Savings Stamp Album on P:
less frame. Choice of colors. P'c
: shown above,free request.
nolias, japonica, and forsythia. speaker when "Two Yanks in I on

On the Pennsylvania avenue side, .Trinidad" was first shown-and it
the magnolias are making a' gorgeous was in little pieces. Newkirk called

showing, supported by the Hollywood, the picture's star, on location -
forsythia and japonica bushes, all with the "He's My Old Man"
at their best. The same three faith- troupe, and O'Brien talked directlyto !!
fuls'are on display near the fountain the audience.

in ___
? !Ii the South garden. These are the --i"_
two best show places in the White
House grounds. Which scenes do you remember
!" best from "Gone With the Wind"? f It
The only scar in the scene is
A reveals that most
the construction work on the East survey' people TJlt-topTable.l\Iatchedbut- American Cook Book.able Clock guaranteed by
grounds, where sewers and conduitsare (1) Atlanta burning; ((2) the terfly walnut center.Walnut 1024 pages full of recipes. Hammond.Raro wood panel.
being laid for what is officially thousands of wounded soldiers lyingat borders. Marquetry inlay. Easy-to-follow instructions. 115-v.AC only.inches high.
the depot; ((3) Scarlett's fall down-
described tion." as a "remodeling opera- stairs; (4) Scarlett shooting the Yan- B & W coupons are also packed with Kool! CigarettesTUNE

kee soldier; "(4)) Rhett Butler's say ; IN Red Skelton and Ozzie Nelson every Tuesday evening, NBC Red network $
The colors seen best by the Presi-
ing, "I don't give a damn." It's UNION MADE PLAIN OH CORK TIPS ,
dent from his desk are those of the
drawing crowds for the third
jonquils and pansies in the rose gar-
New York; seems as if it will
den just outside his office window.
There is a touch of irony in the go on forever. '" 1www
fact that some of the best color is ;.

Nipponese in origin-the Japanese Kate Smith has begun her fifth ,I

magnolias, and the japonicas, which year of broadcasting "Kate Smith .:
are otherwise known as Japanese Speaks," her daily commentator
quince. program. It's originated from ho-

tels, theaters, restaurants, railroad
-Buy Defense Bonds- whistle wherever she .
stops, hap- HERE'S WHAT YOU DO HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN 0It'esimple.It'sfun.Justthinkup
pened to be-once, lately, from her
\ HULL AND WINCHELL mother's living room. "Take a tip! Irs full of sense! You have 133 chances to win.: If I
; : Cordell Hull, dignified, austere ;.," last line to this jingle.Make sure. you send in more than one entry I
tecretary of state, sat gazing out It rhymes with the word "see." Raleigh coupons for Defense! your chances of winning will be
the Atlantic Shep Fields and his new orchestra Writo your last line of the that much better. Don't delay.: I
from a Miami Beach ocean cabana recently adja- have just completed a musical I jingle on the reverse side of a Save for U. S. Stamps and seeoriginality Start thinking right now. I
short subject for Columbia Pictures; Raleigh package wrapper (or a rr
\ cent to the cabana of turbulent, titled "Lightning Strikes Twice," it I facsimile thereof), sign it with - - First prize $100.00 cash I
Broadway news-sleuth Walter Win-
traces his rise as a bandleader, and your full name and address, and Second prize 50.00 cash I
chell. I mail it to Brown &; Williamson and aptness of the hue you write. .
For two months Mr. Hull has his switch to a brassless band and Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box 1799, Judges' decisions must be accepted as final. Third prize 25.00 cash I
new success. His wife and his baby Louisville, Kentucky, In of ties prizes will be
been absent from Washington; there I postmarked case duplicate 5 prizes of $10.00 50.00 cash
daughter, two-year-old Jo Ann, have not later than notified mail
has been speculation whether he midnight, awarded. Winners will be by p
would return. So news-sleuth Win- prominent roles in the film, which B May 2,1942.You Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00 cash
will be released nationally soon. may enter as many last Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., their iI
chell put the question bluntly to his '," lines as you wish, if they are all advertising agents, or their families). All.100 rues of a carton I
: cabana neighbor: ; I of 150.00
writtenonseparateRaleighpack- and ideas therein become the prop- Raleighs B
k/ "Mr. Secretary, are you going Soldiers and sailors are sure to ago wrappers (or facsimiles). erty of Brown &; Williamson Tobacco .
back to work?" have a chance to win that $64 on the I Prizes will be awarded on tho Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00 U
The of state "Take It Leave It" broadcasts
secretary replied in or ; L1 J
ra>saonaa e _ _
the affirmative. He said that after Quizmaster Phil Baker has added a
he had had sufficient rest in the third glass bowl of numbers to the

South, he was going back to work. one for men and the one for women -
Note-One of Winchell's friends just for them, and contestants' Merchants Who Advertise Have FaithIn

reproached him for putting such a numbers are drawn from each in
blunt question to Mr. Hull. Replied turn. This was one of the first ma-
t' Winchell: "I've gotta ask questions jor programs to set aside a blockof the Merchandise They Offer to You

That's my racket." seats for service men.

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of the Miami Herald, by Harold I same being a bill for, the' foreclosure I published in Hendry County, Florida of Florida, a duly authenticated reso-
The Clewiston News of the State of a mortgage upon the above described is hereby _designated as the lution adopted by the stockholders
Colee, general manager lands; ,otherwise the allega- newspaper in which this order shall VJAehe Provisions of said Chapter E
Chamber of Commerce, Mrs. Ruth tions of the said bill will be taken'I be published once a week for four 10096. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925,
Belle Glade packerand as confessed by said defendants and consecutive weeks.WITNESS < showing the dissolution of such cor-
Published eVery F.rJday In Clewlston, Wedgeworth, the cause proceed ex parte. my hand nnd the official poration and the Secretary of State "-
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, farmer and the only woman The Clewiston News, a newspaperof seal of the Circuit Court of is satisfied that the requirements of

Tnc. present at the dinner, R. Y. Creech, published general in circulation Hendry County printed Florida and, of Hendry April.County 1942.OFFICIAL Florida, this 2nd day law IN have been compiled with. ..,...'

Belle Glade farmer and R. E., Kurtz, is hereby designated as the newspaper ( SEAL) hereunto WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
in which this order shall 'be WILLIAM T. HULL, set'my hand and have af-
KEATHLEY BOWDEN Editor Fort Myers lawyer and cane grower. published once a week for four con- Clerk. Circuit Court of fixed Florida I the at Great Seal of the State of
.. secutive weeks. Hendry County Florida. Tallahassee the Capital l.
close of the dinner guests WITNESS my hand and official Fred H. Mellor, Fort Myers, Fla. 1 \2.th'e twentieth day of April, A. D.
At the
Entered as second class mail matter seal of Hendry County Circuit Court, Attorney for Plaintiff.
February I, 1927, at the Pest Office In were invited to inspect several ar- this 2nd day of April, 1942. April 3, 10, 17,, 24 and May 1.CERTIFICATE ., (SEAL) R. A. GRAY,
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of ticles on display made from the OFFICIAL SEAL) April 24. Secretary of State. II
March 3, 1897. I WILLIAM T. HULL
vegetable, rubber. Clerk of the Circuit Court, OF CORPORATE I
A large red, white and blue V Hendry County, Florida. DISSOLUTIONIN ---- I I
Fred H. Mellor, Fort Myers, Fla. '"
Subr.----Ttln Rate $2.00 Per Year. hung on the wall back of the speaker Attorney for Plaintiff.' Tim NAME: AND nv THE AUTHORITY POLITICAL ..

Advertising Raton On Application. and a home-carved statue of April 3, 10, 17, 24 and May 1. FLORIDATO OF THE STATE OF

Liberty stood in front of the table. ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR ,'-,
Garden flowers were as prin-
Devoted to the advancement and welfare SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
of Clewiston and Ilendry County. cipal ,decorations. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN 'AND This Is to certify that, whereas
Following the dinner, as the FOR HENDRY COUNTY, ..FLORIDAIN Hovey C. Clark, New York, N. Y., COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
CHANCERYCase Sewell .T. Tyng; New York, N. Y., NO. 1 '
group stood in the Inn lobby and No. 730 Louis'B. Warren, New York N. Y.,
of THE, FLORIDA LAND AND TIMBER did on the 9th day of ,June A. D.
discussed the proposal a
< group This
r-7l COMPANY, 1932, cause to be incorporated under announce' my candidacy '
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIONS growers got together and organized A Corporation, the provisions of Chapter 10096, Lawsof for re-election to the office of county .
Plaintiff ''Florida Acts of 1925, GLADES commissioner District No.1, subject '
IVATlo \6) of Mrs.
committee composed
Lmcr1ssoaAlioNSynthetic V a versus POWER & LIGHT COMPANY, a corporation to the will of the voters In the May i
Ruth Wedgeworth, chairman, N. N. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL REALTY with its principal place of Primaries.
!cuarlinpT.iithpr; Jones.. Sam Chas- COMPANY, business at Clewiston Hendry County, I am now serving my first term as '04
A Corporation, etc., Et Als., in the State of Florida, and whereasthe commissioner of this district and invite .
tain: Ralph Haney and RuE: Kurtz DefendantsTHE proper officers of such' corpora- the public to make a close Inspection -
Rubber- and this committee met on Wednes- I STATE OF FLORIDA TO: tion did on the 20th day of April, of my record as a board
Ethel Pruitt, if living, and If dead, A. D. 1942 cause to be filed in the member during this time.
day with Mr. Bitting, to discuss all parties claiming interests under office of the Secretary of State'of Your support and vote will be ap-

(Continued from Page 1) costs, yields, methods of operation, I Ethel Pruitt, Deceased, or otherwise, the State of Florida, a duly authen- preciated. G. E ETHERTON.
whose residence is unknown; ticated resolution adopted by the
for the synthetic rubber and his soil types, availibility of seeds and :Maud L. Baker, If living, and if stockholders under the provisions of (Paid Political Adv.)
dependence on the individual farm- other things. Their meeting lasted dead, all parties claiming interests said Chapter 10096, Laws of Florida, .
under :Maud L. Baker, Deceased, or Acts of 1925, showing the dissolutionof I
ers of the 'glades to produce at three hours and they planned to otherwise, whose, residence is unknown such corporation, and ,thej Secre- FRIENDS AND VOTERS OF .
least fifty per cent of the needed meet with a larger group of farm- ; tary of State is satisfied that 'the requirements 'I IIE DRY 'COUNTY f
Cedric J. Priebe, If, living, and if of law have 'been'com-. 4
materials- which would be purchased :ers of the south lake area later to dead, all parties claiming interests plied with. -
from them on a contract basis make a report of their findings. under Cedric J. Priebe, Deceased, or IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have I 'announce my candidacy for reelection "1'
whether otherwise, the residence of said hereunto set my hand and have af- to the office of: State Representative -,
similar to that now used by the Asked the corporationcould Cedric J. Priebe being last knownas fixed the Great "Seal of the State of from Hendry County with
United States Sugar Corporationfor proceed with construction of Kings County, New York; Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, full knowledge of the 'duties involved;
Virginia M. Spitler, if living, and this the twentieth day of April, 'A. D. and with the belief that experience ;
the purchase of' sugar cane the plants if priorities were grantedbut if dead, all parties claiming (inter- 1942. gained in previous service qualifies
from independent growers. The I the Defense Plant Corp. refused ests under Virginia :M. Spitler, De- (SEAL) R. A. GRAY, me' to perform such duties to the (1";_''.
ceased, or otherwise, the last known Secretary of State. benefit of Hendry County and the :
project, he said, would cost approximately -I. to put up the money, Mr. Bitting'sanswer ;) address of said Virginia :M. Spitler April 24. State, of Florida at large. ,
$25,000,000 for cultural was no. lIe'pointed out being 402 25th Street, Far Rocka- / I pledge a continuation of sound

work and $50,000,000 for plant that the cost was prohibitive exceptas way, N. Y.; CORPORATE constructive representation and will
And if any of the said defendants CERTIFICATE OF appreciate your consideration of my
and equipment. His company a war effort and that many millions above named be married, the spousesof DISSOLUTION candidacy on May 5th.- _
would the twenty-five mil- of private capital' would be the said defendants, whose names ELBERT L. STEWART. t:' ,
up are unknown IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY (Paid Political Adv.)
lion and the government would be needed to convert the plants for And all parties and persons claim- OF THE STATE OI I i'I
ing interests in and to the, fol- FLORIDA i Ii:
asked to give priorities for steel peace time use after' the war was any t. '
lowing described lands in Hendry
and other building materials and to over. County, Florida: TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER; 1: :.+
furnish funds, through the Defense "The North Half (N%) of Section SHALL COME, GREETINGS: DISTRICT NO. 1
Twelve (12), and all of Sections This is to certify that, whereas,
Plant Corp.:, for the construction of ORDER OF PUBLICATION Twenty-four (24), Twenty-six: (26), Hovey C. Clark, New York, N. Y., This will announce candidacy
the mills. ,These plants would be and. Thirty-six (36) of Township Sewell T. Tyng, New York, N. Y., for the 'office of County my Commissioner 'I'......
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEN- Forty-four (44) South of Range Louis B. Warren, New York N. Y., from District No.1. ,
used during the war for the pro- DRY COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Thirty-two (32) East; did on the 9th day of June A. D. During my eleven years residence '
duction of rubber and if, at the end CHANCERY. And the ,East Half (EIh) of Section 1932,. cause to be incorporated under in. Clewiston and constant ''contact
Case No. 911 Eighteen (18) and all of Sec- the provisions 'of Chapter 10096, Lawsof with its people I believe that I .
of the war there was no great demand THE FLORIDA LAND AND TIMBER am '
tions Twenty (20), Twenty-eight (28) Florida Acts of' 1925, GLADES as familiar with the problems of the '., -
for this product, the plants COMPANY, Thirty (30), and Thirty-two (32) of WATER COMPANY a corporation, district and county as anyone in the -: i.
A Corporation, Township Forty-four (44) South oRange f with its principal place of businessat district and ,promise that, If elected f"
could ,easily be converted into use Plaintiff, Thirty-three (33) East, con- Clewiston, Hendry County, in' the I shall administer' the business of, ,
for making plastics. The sugar versus taining 5,120 acres more or less," State ,of Florida, and whereas the the office with fairness and honesty. '
HERMA N.-CLARK, ET ALS., 'As the heirs Devisees, legatees.. proper officers of such corporation Your vote oh :May 5th will be sincerely -
corporation would lease plant sites Defendants.THE Grantees or otherwise by, thru or did on the 20th day of April, A. D. appreciated.
and shipping facilities for $1.00 STATE OF FLORIDA TO: under the above named defendantsor 1942 cause to be filed in the officeof PARKER T. WILSON. 1-.
THOMAS A. GREEN, if living andif any of them: the Secretary of State of the State (Paid Political Adv.) i
per year and would operate all dead all parties claiming: interest It appearing from the sworn bill

plants on a cost basis for the du under Thomas A. Green, Deceased, or of complaint and supplemental bill __nn__. ---, -
otherwise the last known address of thereto filed in the above cause that ,
ration.In said Thomas A. Green being 3022 Que each of the defendants is a nonresident f
commenting further on the Street. Washington D. C., and if the I of the State of Florida 01
said Thomas A. Green be married that the residence of' such defendantis r..
proposal Mr., Bitting said that about the wife of said Thomas A. Green unknown as set forth above;
100,000 acres of land would be whose name is, unknown, and all It is therefore ordered that each fs ,
parties claiming any interests in and of the above named defendants ap % '
devoted to the growth of the three to the following described lands in pear in the 'above styled cause or l.

products, of which half would be Hendry County, Florida: Monday, the 4th ,day of May, 1942, a
"Section Six (6), Township Forty- rule day of said court, at the officeof 3
grown by independent farmers. eight"- (48) South of Range Thirty- the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof .1 f *, '
This would 'require 30,000 acres of two ((32) East, Hendry County, Florida, to the Bill]L .
as the heirs devisees, legatees, of Complaint filed, against them bj /1 ,: r
sweet of ,
potatoes, 30,000 acres grantees or otherwise, by, thru or ,The Florida Land and Timber Company '
sugar cane and 40,000, acres of under any of the said defendants: A Corporation the same beinga' +
It is hereby ordered that each of bill for the foreclosure of a mort l :. ;
peanuts. Peanuts would be "
grown the above named defendants
appearn gage upon the above described lands
I on sandy soils' adjacent to the the above styled cause on Mon- otherwise' the allegations of said bil .rl
'!ay the 4th day ,of :May, 1942 :
a Rule will be taken as confessed by said
muck area and the other products day of said court, at the office of 'J
defendants and the cause procee 'iL P '/
I on the muck. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ex parte. c ;; / '
Hendry County, Florida, to answer The' Clewiston News" a newspapei
Plants would be scattered t.
. j over the bill of complaint filed herein, the 'of general circulation printed an \. ,, .
c-- the area, some to be used for -- .

I peanut processing, some to be used I 1liae ,

l for sweet starch : ":":":":":":":":,,:,,:,,:,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, \ f
potato and some : : : : : : : : :.: : : : : : :":":":":":":":":": :":":":":": :": :":":":"::i: f1 ..
:. for the sugar cane products need- Iii -1
," ,.i.;.i.J. :
ed. The essential ingredients ,.: ;i: j

would then be taken to a, central' J. ENJOY AN ; : \

rubber plant which would probably .

'. be located at tllewiston. This ,;would I tI .

cut down on transportation costs in
which would be incurred should the ALL ELECTRIC 1

whole production be' in one unit AIRCONDITIONED _

and in one location. ::
y I It was estimated that the growthof ... 1 '

these 'products would supply one Ij:., HOME .+. -

tenth of the nation's rubber needs "
: ..L.
and would furnish A( :
a livelihood for ,, lJmpJI '
\ an additional 20,000 heads' of : :!:
1 families in the area. It was pointed .:. ,: ." ..
; out, however, that the product y .. Dependable Service

i l j, had not yet been developed to an y.. .
extent that it could be used for tires .. Low Fares ? .
but its use in thousands of other i Cooking -- Refrigeration :_ .

places where 'natural rubber is now i :

i used would divert this supply of Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida'" ;: ;';, ;, ".

r i natural rubber to tire manufacture, ::: WASHING MACHINES -' and the North. '

: It can be used to replace ,rubber .'s.. I ; +

l', tubing, as windows for airplanes, SEWING MACHINES :X;:: Lv. CANAL POINT Northbound. 4.55AM: 1:25 PM i :,

i as a non-tin, non-glass container v',3 Yi Ar. TAMPA . .. IOIOAM: 6.55: PM Costs Less than Driving F
j and . ,9:10 AM 5:50 PM ,
for liquids countless! !? other .. Ar. LAKELAND :
.;. .:. ORLANDO . 10.50AM: 7:45 PM One RoundTrip ,
I uses. Ar. JACKSONVILLE ." : 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way "' 'r
Mr Bitting also disclosed that :: Ar. TALLAHASSEE45. : MIAMI $ 1.65 $ 3.OGAr.
" !|k i it would probably be some time "before A Y lAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE : 4:70: 8:50: r -
I i .J. ? 5:20 PM II:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05 f '
any answer to the proposal :: Lv. POINT .
; LAKELAND 2.35 4.25 '
t: :- .. Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM "
was received from the War 'Production Y ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
.. '

,:. presented was very voluminous and I! Clean '<'Quick Convenient :I_: fOR AND ALL LAKE POINTS CITY NORTH WITH GREYHOUND AND WEST. LINES ATLANTA.LAKE CITY .. 4.95 8.40 15.15 8.95

a L' detailed and would require considerable MACON 7.25 13.05

IT" study. Should the goI' y. Southbound Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45 .
'_ ahead signal be given at once Y Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85 -
however ; Y Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30: AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00 '
I' production could begin 'by X l'' CHICAGO 17.90 32.25 "
:' next January, 'Mr. Bitting said. ; : Returning NEW YORK. 15.85 28.55 ..
;;: Following his talk Dr. Bowman :: THE MORE YOU USE THE LESS :;: Lv. MIAMI . ((0.00AM 2.00AM I
f Ar. CANAL POINT . 1 1:25 PM 4.55AM ,
_r P. Ashe, president of Miami Uni- x

:,', versity, paid a glowing tribute to ::: THE UNIT, COST ::.: DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE I ,.
the .t.
accomplishments of the
poration in research and 'disclosed :

: that at one time he had tried to .:, '. t '
r.I1' ,
'- : hire work Chas.for the Herty university to do but research the !: JIT 1:: ". .::5":"' "'

directors had turned it down. Herty .

''' later developed the great wood v X

?,: pulp Hon.paper Nathan industry Mayo,in Florida Carolina.Commissioner Glades Power and ]a-osita h'aYCrt3 trkgsf a a r r I

;. of Agriculture, regretted : light 11
,_ that Governor Holland could not

;t be present to hear: of the great I I

4 plans for Everglades development i:

2''; but promised the full cooperation Company !

of the governor, his cabifiet and

gi p the Trustees of the I. L Fund in e *

the project. :.
jLwwwwws I ;

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" ',1, "' Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lutes of Sizemore, Misses Mary' Johnson, rains but the members. of the two Kiwanis Club Plans" .I

Fort Myers spent Saturday here Myra ,Rice, Trixie' Tuck, Bobby Mc- classes enjoyed an impromptu
with Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Lutes. Coy, Mrs. W. E. Morgan, Allen dance at the 'Community' Center.
[ Personals J JIiss Farabee', J.. H. Tuck, H. A. MIzell, Seniors attending were Beulah For Gopher Derby

: : Miss Ida Bell Sizemore of Tif-: R. I.' Broussard and Albert J. Guthrie, Louise Roath, Mary JohnSon -

ton, Ga., is visiting her brother Crovatto. Hager Lowe, Gus Cantrell and The regular meeting of Kiwanis
.. : '.... and sister-in-law, Mr. and 'Mrs.! P. Dancing was enjoyed after sup John Bethea. Faculty memberswere Club was held Wednesday eveningat

Shirley Hunter of Jackson- A. Sizemore, for a few days. Mrs. per. Mrs. Thelma Okerstrom, Mrs., the Inn, with Ralph M. Bishop
.. ville spent the week-end here visit Sizemore will leave with her next "- -- Marjorie Bjornson, Mrs. Mary presiding.. The defense ,stamp for
will visit for OFFICERS, ARE INSTALLED AT Baker Miss Humble Miss
ing friends. :Monday and two Lucy attendance was won by .J. GradyNiblack
weeks in Tifton. PARENT-TEACHER. MEETING Mary Neely, Miss Hannah York, Dan who also won a stamp as.
Padgett and R.. W. Turk. Membersof
j Bob King of Fort Myers, candidate first prize in the "Time" quiz
.,4111: for State, Senator, was a business Among Clewiston residents attending .- Mrs Carl E. Berner, retiring the host class were Laura Bailey, given as part. of the program for
the meeting of the State president of the Parent-Teacher Esther Haven, Elbert Hooker, the evening.
visitor in Clewiston
Horticultural Society in West Palm Association, installed officers at Dorothy Knight, Bernard Leiter, 'The club received G. H. Smallas

Beach during the week were Mr. the meeting Tuesday afternoon Mrs.E. Gloria .McDuffie, Isabel a new member.
Commander K. Rampling
and Wing G. W. Nickerson, spent' and Mrs. J. E., Beardsley, J. W. C. Mills Is the new president; Jeanne O'Neill, Sonny Vaughn,1\IillS'1 I Plans were made for a gopher

the Capt., in Miami.Mrs. Beardsley: D. W. Beardsley, W. C. Mrs. G. B. Thomas, vice-president, Waters, George Williams, I derby. to be given in the near fu.
week Owen, Dr. Wheetman, Dr. W. L. Mrs. F. E. Conkling,. secretary, Mrs Wynn and Grace ,Hendry. ture., There were two, visitors, R.,
1 Lott, H. A. Bestor, John Tiedtke: O. A. Jones, treasurer, and Mrs. E. E.. Rich''and F. E. Forehand, of
Joe Griffin and Sammy and F. L. Williamson. Mr. Bestor, M. Cornette, historian. Fort 'Myers who told the members
1 Registration of Men-
Griffin were visitors Monday in Mr. Tiedtke and J. E. Beardsleywere 'The program of the afternoonwas ; of the success the Fort Myers club
West Palm Beach. speakers. presented by the ninth grade,
with the "Gopher" derby,. a,:
o, the direction of
under Mrs. Mar-
novel plan for funds ,
(Continued from page 1) raising Which
Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur The clever
HansenWhiddenMiss jorie Bjornson. playleton questions asked by the registrarfor was originated in Fort Myers..
Goff were visitors in West Palm the Cinderella theme. 'was well notation
on the registrationcard.
Beach Tuesday afternoon. '- received by the group. It .is important that the FIVE COLORED DRAFTEES '
Marie Whidden of Moore The annual reports of officers registrant describe his place cf .

4 'Mrs. B. A. Bourne returned Fri- Haven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. and committee. chairman were residence in detail as well as give The local selective service office

day from Baltimore following treatment W.' Whidden, and Sergeant CarlH. given., Carl Berner, ,Jimmy Weaver... full particulars as to the addressat reports this week that five negro

at. Johns Hopkins Hospital. Hansen of Fort Jackson, S. C., and Ken Swayne appeared at the I which he will be sure to receive draftees left Tuesday for Camp
were married April 6th in LaBelleby meeting and Mr. Berner requestedthat mail or other communications. Blanding for induction into the

z: 'v:Benjamin Prewitt of Tampa, arrived County,.Judge R. M. Harris. the P.-T. A. make a con"tribuotion Failure to register makes a man army.
d Saturday for a visit with his Sergeant ,Hansen, who has beenon toward ,the purchase of the in- liable to a, maximum penalty of The five', who left are Senator

sons, W. C. and M.",M. Prewitt, and furlough here visiting his, sister halator which is being sponsored by '$10,000 fine and five years', im Carter, a' transfer from Moultrie,
their families. Mrs. W. ,R. Broaderick, left the Volunteer' Fire Department. prisonment. Ga., Eugene O'Neal' who now rem
I Saturday for Fort Jackson. Mrs. The sum of twenty dollars was sides in Everglades and James

Miss June Hooker is recuperating .- Hansen, who is attending Moore given to this project. Stanley, James C. Jackson and:
following an appendicitis opera- I Haven High School, will join him The purchase of some form .of Clewiston.. in" Totals Johnny, Thomas, all. of Clewiston.
I when school is out. blinds or shades for the school auditorium -
the Clewiston
tion last week at
was discussed and the sum Nearly Eight InchesAn
1 Emergency!' ,Hospital. CLEWISTON GARDEN CLUB of $175 was set aside for this pur- FOR SALE-The ten acre Mcllroy: .

ELECTS NEW OFFICERS vAt pose. Mrs.' G. B. Thomas and 'Mrs. farm on old Clewiston road near '

; ; Miss Mary Lou Zander of Canal .-- J. W. Ezelle were named a com- unprecedented, April rainfall,. Benbow; reasonable. Box 1277.

i: Point spent the week-end here. with the election of officers at the mittee to investigate and make the believed by some to have been Sarasota, Fla.
her sister, Mrs. Wallace J. Arey purchase for the' P.-T. A. caused by a tropical disturbance of
Clewiston Garden Club meeting yes- -
SALE-Two baby high chairs.
and Mr. Arey.... terday' afternoon 11rs.V.. H. Lanier Mrs. Mills announced a partiallist mild intensity, deposited a total of Phone ;148. Mrs. R.' N. Ch'ndress.
--- was elected president and Mrs. A. of committee chairmen for next 7.73 inches of measured, rain herein

Mrs. B.' J. Schroeder and son, L. Hackett corresponding secretary. year. / the four day period ending last I -

Joe, were recent visitors in Tampa, Officers :who 'were re-elected to --- Friday at noon. '

r going over for medical treatment continue the positions held this U S E.S. -".'! -.;:.,"!'... I The fall was heavier toward the
(. for Joe's eyes. i'f 'year are Mrs. F, Deane Duff; vice- south end of the lake and was

president, Mrs. .P. M. McIntyre, heaviest in ,the outskirts of Miami ACTIVITY IN
Vincent Oglesby, of Gunter Field, secretary, and Mrs. W. W. Perry, (Continued from Page 1) where a total of almost twenty ,in- f-r,,-

Alabama, is spending a short' furlough treasurer. Mrs. Lanier was invited on this visit." ches was recorded. Great damagewas Clewiston\\

here with his parents, Mr. to represent the, club at the convention Robert O. Goad, manager of the done to spring vegetable crops

f, : and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby. of the Florida Federationof Nashville office, contacted several in the entire south :Florida area Real Estate\

l Garden Clubs in Hollywood laborers from his own area and and the sugar cane harvest clos-

P: Mrs. .H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. C. April 29th and 30th. found some of them ready to leave ing ,was held up for two days.

I Owen and Mrs. ..:W. L.' Lott were The club voted to give ten dollars for home as soon as the harvestwas Other rainfall totals for the en- ........

visitors in West Palm Beach. Wed- toward the purchase. of an in- over and others planning ,to remain tire period in the 'glades were 8.86

nesday. halator- sponsored by the Volunteer here through the summer. inches at Bare Beach, 10.47 inchesat

\ Fire Department:' All expressed themselves as well- Ritta, 9.54 inches at:. Miami NoWL'.

Lieut. J. T. :Nelson of the Coast Mrs. J. F.. Tippey was in chargeof pleased with working conditions. Locks, 5.38 inches at South Shore,
. I' Guard Base at .' Fort Lauderdale the program., The talk' was made Others in the group were JamesF. 5.21 inches at South Bay, 4.87 in- IS THE TDIE 'TO BUY

was a visitor in Clewiston yester-. by Mrs G. B. Rackstraw, who spokeon Dye, field supervisor for south- ches at Benbow and 6.25; inchesat THAT LOT YOU HAVE

f :". i day. I the subject, "Elements of eastern ,Missouri, Houck Mitchell, Liberty Point. THINKING'ABOUT
. fE Horticulture.: Mrs. Rackstraw de- manager of the Sikeston, Mo., of- .

E : Mr.., and 1\lrsj'W' ;: ., 'zanier, ,Mr. I fined;"-thQ se'..,-lements' as 'sun, air, fice, Paul Trotter, 'if arm labor .
,: ; and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Rev.' water' and soil. She also .pointedout placement director of Sikeston, CLEWISTON ,IS 'NOW A
John N. Montgomery spent Sun- the 'varieties of flowers who Mo., and T., J. Gideon, manager of DEFENSE AREA
day afternoon in '''Miami. I grow well in this immediate locality. the Kennett, Mo.f office. Mr. Dye, Counselor and Attorney at Law
Mrs. W. C. Owen announced plans a former store operator, was well
Hopkins Building BUILDING WILL
r !; V. Knudson (Hawaii is spending for the next meeting, which will be pleased with the, commissary' accommodations -

I' some time, in Clewiston on held at 10'a.. m., at the home of offered in the plan- Wednesdays and Saturdays INCREASECLEWISTON '._

It, ''business. He is registered at the Mrs. E.' L. Stewart, ,and will be tation ''villages and was impressedby 9:30 to, 4:00

t.t: Inn. 'followed by luncheon. Membersare the low prices on. most commo- '
I .... .
i I requested to dress in hiking I dities. The others looked favor-I ....
I L,: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Casper and clothes for a walk down the ridgeto ably on other phases of the village

;family of Moore Haven have recently identify varieties of shade trees. life and work: in' the plantationssuch .

'. .moved to Clewiston. They Lunch will be prepared and servedby as hospital and recreational Johnson's Fish CampNear REALTY
are residing in the Sallinger house 'the committee and each club facilities and the efficiency and apparent -
: on the government reservation. member will pay her share. In- ease with which field operations ( Hurricane Gate) !
: stallation of officers will take are carried on. Clewiston, Fla.
\ Mr. and Mrs. J.7 Whitaker and place after lunch.Sandwiches A cane knife was issued to each, Boats and 'Motors-Guide Service

,f sons, Jimmy and Donald, spent the cookies and tea were of the guests as a souvenir of their Rates ReasonableW. 1 CORPORATION l

,: week-end in Fort Myers with their served yesterday by the hostesses, visit to the 'glades cane fields. H. Johnson, Mgr. I ,!

:, parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mrs. ,W. D. King, Mrs. M. M. Pre- Much ,of the labor used here each :'t

'1 O'Steen. witt, Mrs. W.. E. Dilley, Mrs. F. M. year is recruited from the areas I 1- ......
, '
-, Rodriguez and Mrs. 0. F. Schiffli served by these officials. I .

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Graham, par- to Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Ralph ,v', : : :::: -: p' .' ,_' "u ...-:::: .
ents of Mrs. W. A. Read, will ar- M. ,Bishop, Mrs. Charles Bolton, .
New Pastor-
-i i if ]Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. J. H. Photo Finishing and Commercial.Photo i
. Doty, Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs. A. L. .
with their daughter nd'amny. I Hackett, Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. O. (Continued from Page 1) ..' 0Q tr. s.i .

A. Jones, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. installation of trustees. A communicants' :i: raph :
Mrs. Ruth B.' Owens spent the W. L. Lott, Mrs. W. G. Mathis, class for those wishingto y :

week-end in Tampa. Her grandson :Mrs. Clarence J. Nielson, Mrs. W. prepare to unite with the church .;. .. 24 HOUR SERVICE I
Tommy, whose 'mother, Mrs. W. Perry, Mrs. 'G. B. Rackstraw, :;: Clewiston Photographic Service :
will be taught by the pastor Tues-' ..
Thomas B. Owens, is quite ill, returned -,Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. F. Tip 'in' .s.I I
4 o'clock the
day, April 28, at
with her for a visit. pey, 'Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. A. H. ::: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of :
Vann and Mrs. A. M. Haines. church. I .!. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station Y
Sergeant LQuis Leiter of 'Fort :i: EDWARD B. 'SEEGERS :VX;:

Benning, Ga., is home on furlough, BRIDGE CLUBS Trade RegistrationContinued' :!r The House. With; The Red Roof :f.:

recuperating from injuries received I I .. ,_..._ ., __..... ._ : __. .,_ ._ .. ..
., 1>" .,.1.'n: : _' .. -_ _. ,_ -.--. ...., ,'
in fa, parachute jump a few Mrs. M. E. Von Mach entertained -
( from Page 1)
weeks ago. her bridge club Wednesday
evening. First prize went to Mrs.G. of the amount delivered in Novem- .N:N:N:1;N:N:N N:M:N:N:N N:N:11 N:N:N N:N:M:.;N:..:N N:N:M:11:N:N:N:..:":N:..:N:N:N:11 N:N:H:N:N:N:N:..:N M:N N:.
J. W. Durden and E. J. Smith ber, 1941. y
H. Small and Mrs. Von Mach ... .
were visitors in Miami Wednesday. (5) The number ,of pounds of : n.{
received second prize. She served
now owned by the registering Elect
M. F. White, postal inspector, I hot ,rolls, fruit salad and coffee, to unit for sale. r

with headquarters in Jacksonville, Mrs Josephine Knight, 'Miss Mary The retailer's weekly allowancewill ] I
a business visitor here Tues- Markette, Mrs. Charles E. Miner,
was be one pound per $1 gross
Mrs. P; M. McIntyre, Mrs. Ruth
day. sale of his establishment for the
Wilcox, Mrs. Small and Mrs.: W. l Bob King I
\ Deane Bogart, who is connected E. Dilley. week ending Aprif 25, or a fourthof /1I
November 1941 sale which-
with the U. S. Geological survey, .--- + ..
ever is smaller, minus the present 1
has received a transfer to the MIami Mrs. F. E. Conkling won a box

office, and he and Mrs. Bogart of bath powder as first. prize at inventory.
and their daughter, Lynn, will soon the afternoon bridge club Wednes-I Food service: establishments and L Your
leave to make their home there. day. Mrs. Carl Johnson received Industrial users must enter th I I

toilet water as cut prize. The club number of pounds of sugar used j II
Mr. and Mrs. Willard King of met with Mrs. Dave Alston as* hostess during e?ch month: of last year. I STATE

Los Angeles, Cal., have moved to Sandwiches, pie, coffee and Unless applicants have the < : .........
Clewiston and are making their stuffed dates were served to Mrs. cessary inforT-ptien, they ne-I ': vitt" : .f' y =: ....; ;-
home for the present ,at the Inn.' I Conkling, Mrs. Johnson; -Mrs. W. H. get su'' purchase: certificates. ::_: ,"""ws.J N SENATOR :;:

Mr. King is an instructor at Lanier, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. G. I f

\ .Riddle-McKay. B., Thomas, Mrs. Keathley Bow- Jr.-Sr. BanquetContinued .:' ..
4 den, Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mrs.J. ,

1 Franklin Reid of Washington,' W. Ezelle. *I: He Is Not A Lawyer *
D. C., was the guest 'over the week- ( from page 1)

end of his sister, Mrs. Harry Leh- Miss Ann McCoy was hostess rell, a Scotsman and a cadet at Xy
man, and Mr. Lehman. Mr. Reid Wednesday evening at a steak Dinner Riddle Field, members of the faculty -
I Is a pilot of Eastern Air Lines and at the Civic Center compli- and the Seniors. y

I left Sunday for Miami to"" pilot menting Miss Ida Bell Sizemore of The dance which had been plan- :Y: Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated :;:

a transport plane back to New Tifton, Ga., and Junior Tuck of ned for the school auditorium fOllowing -, .. ..t.e .
rt York. Mr. and Mrs.: Lehman ac.,I Clewiston. the banquet had to be* call ;.. (Paid Political Advertisement) ..:.

companied him to, Miami. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. P. A. ed off because of the torrential 1:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N.;ti N:N N N N N:N:N:N:N:N:H N N:..:M:N N N:N:..:N:N N N:N:..:..:H N:N NIN:N:M:N N:N:N:N:N.

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Sugar Shortage Necessitates UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL: Gems-of Thought I- ( ) ,

Government Rationing of U. S. Supply SUNDAY Lesson is much complaint with little

suffering; in a despotism much
-.- @ By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. suffering but little complaint.-
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Giles' Proverbs.
After the first registration, late- i (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
Citizens Must Apply comers may obtain their ,ration b *1/ 1y Cease to lament for that thou can't

books from local rationing boards not help
x For Ration, Books after a two-week period following the /J44j/ rrns I Lesson for April 26 And study help for that which thou

May 4-7 registration. Those away lamentest.-Shakespcare. 4
Early in May. from home may register in the near- Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected All government is a trust.
est elementary school if they know Council and of Religious copyrighted. Education by International: used by Every branch of government is
the number of their local rationing i2---m permission. a trust, and immemorially acknowledged -
Sugar can't swim! Whetheryou board. h \ /i iy to be so.-Jeremy
take one lump or two, this is WAYSIDE CONVERSATIONSLESSON Bentham.
Provisions for Preserving, Canning. _// ,< ,
the primary reason why War Special provisions will be, made to TEXT-Luke 132235.: Nature has given us two ears,
Ration Book No. 1, to be issued provide householders with sugar for 1'Y, GOLDEN TEXT-And whosoever doth not two eyes and but one tongue, to
by the Office of Price Adminis- home preserving and canning, certain %, bear his cross and come after me. cannotbe the end that we should hear and
persons who have it for medicinal my disciple.-Luke 14:27. see more than we speak.
tration, will cover sugar. reasons, and for farmers, ranchers Socrates.Arrangements.

Sugar beet is cultivated in no etc., who customarily buy sugarin Learning by talking with Christas
less than 19 American states bulk for use over prolonged pe- they walked from,place to place-

from Ohio to the Pacific coast. riods. -such was the training for service for
One thing is certain. Rationing is which the disciples received. That
Cane sugar is produced in Flori- necessary, but a sugar shortage is LG was the greatest school this world A

da and Louisiana. Yet, less than all a matter of what country you i&t. 'Faat;i.>:dtviwG.i, has ever known, for while it had Lovely Wedding

29% of our sugar requirementswere live in. Prospective, capita Unit- __ _d no great buildings, no beautiful campus I
raised within the bounds of ed States consumption (including in- Ah-watch it! Two's enougfi. TWO no learned faculty, it had the

this country. More than 71% dustrial use) may run as high as will do instead of the usual three.on ,Son of God Himself- as preceptorand -j u4et' ..
77 pounds. Compare this with nor- teacher. With all due regardfor ides _. ty
came to the United States from mal, peacetime per capita consump-. a 24-hour per day basis. Be- our'fine colleges and seminaries, : "
off-shore area. tion in all other lands during the cause of blackouts, night operationsare we say this is still the outstandingneed

Cuba is famed as the "sugar I Ibowl" 1937-38 season. It was less than 31 all relatively unlikely this clear year.shipping Retention lanes of of Christian workers-to walk
capita. and talk with Christ.On .
of the world. But in 1941no pounds per during the period preliminary to the
There drains the day of which our lesson
are many upon
of full peak resources -
than one-third of our marshalling our ,
,more America's sugar supplies. Cuba also for the maximum offensive speaks the subject considered was
7,989,000 ton deliveries came must supply our Allies, countries effort also is a controversial point. how to be saved, and who' shouldbe
from that country. which formerly drew heavily upon All these factors call for careful saved. Several trends of thought

Puerto Rico supplied us with the Ukraine and Java sources husbanding-but not hoarding-of emerged, but, all pointed in the one
about 16 per cent of our sugar last which are not now productively' sugar supplies. direction of a diligent following of
available to them. Russia, which God's plan. In order to be saved, ,
Hawaii and the
year. Philippineseach In 1941 tons of
,some 5,641,000 sug-
counted on a good share of the 1942 we ,learn, a man, mustI.
sent us nearly an equal per- ar used in this country came from
centage.' The, small balance came Philippine crop, now must rely upon off-shore areas. This year, possi- Make an Earnest. Effort (vv.

from the Virgin Islands, Peru and some Cuban supplies arriving by bly a maximum of 3,315,000 tons will 22-24).
other miscellaneous and outlying way of Archangel, if possible.In show up from such points. The question regarding how many
sources. addition, a large amount of Cu- were saved received no direct an
ban will be required this One must picture this sugar prob- for Lord wished to direct
sugar year swer our
War in the Pacific, Axis subma- lem in terms of shipping and the
rine action in Atlantic and Carib- for the manufacture of high-test mo- competitive need for on the attention to the far more impor-
and lasses from which alcohol can' be space tant question-Are you saved? Get
bean waters
necessarily cur-
boats for other materials in either
tailed shipping has interrupted the made for war needs. In 1941 the ,. that settled and the other matter lr
the raw or finished form. rr a ( >
sugar supply column from these off- equivalent of more than 1,300,000tons will care for itself.
shore areas. of Cuban sugar was used for When War Broke Out. Here some who assume that it is .
this purpose. A slightly larger When the war broke out in Sep- an easy thing to be saved will receive Details Settled in Advance. .
Register,May 4, 5, 6 and 7. amount may be needed for this 'use tember, 1939, there were 69,440,000 a surprise, for our Lord saysv. '"
So Mr. and Mrs. America,will reg- during 1942, particularly for explo- gross tons of world merchant ship-, ( 24) that it is something must "SUCH, a beautiful wedding!" "
ister for ration books at their local agonize" over, for so may the word They'll say that of yours if .
elementary schools May 4, 5, 6 and "strive" be translated. The door you plan it right! For, though the

7. Industrial concerns, wholesalers, into eternal life is so narrow that war forbids extravagance, itdoesn't
retailers, grocers, restaurants and through it with take money to have a love-
no man, can pass
4 ly wedding. The important thingis
hotels already have registered. his sins-they must, be taken away.
From April 28 until the second day''' tOknow, what's correct!
-- Seeking is not enough (v. 24), one
after individual registration begins, 6y.G' The formal bride looks lovely in
w : must "strive" to enter'in.
all sales ; r her bridal gown and veil but
sugar have been suspended ';:: .l I. Ft II. Enter While the Door is Openvv. you
throughout the nation, OPA has may look lovely, too, marrying informally -
announced. ( 25-30). in suit,and hat. '-
The door stands open for all who w a.
Services of approximately 1,400- will, to come in. (What a' friendly ,Our 32-page booklet explains all the k...
000 registrars and facilities of some thing* is an open door!) But men etiquette? of expenses- 'describes.every
245,000 elementary schools will be vfk+r> sr. ss ylr. idly ignore it, or" definitely reject its detail of correct formal and informal wed-
employed in,the rationing procedure. ding dress for' bride,' groom, attendants
yS r t >,0' :; .y0o opportunity., Or they seek it, but do
. In addition work of the 'and guests. Tells etiquette for ceremonyand
_ registrarswill
i in and all at
'not strive to enter reception. Send your order, to:
be supplemented by more '' i ; ry S
r f/i" % v+ once it is closed. Then in a frenzy
than 7,500 local rationing, boards, they seek to enter, but it is too late. READER-HOME SERVICE
with a membership of some 23,000.A What an appalling thing-to be eter- 635 Sixth Avenue New York City .

registration card and ration nally too late! Enclose'15 cents in coins for your .
book containing 28 stamps will be Note their claims of acquaintancewith copy of PLANNING AND BUDGETING 1
issued for every man, woman and :: ?':. .r s the ,Lord (v. 26)). One is reminded YOUR WEDDING. A

child in the country, with the ex- ,of those who think they are Name, ;..............................

ception of members of the armed Christians because father or mother Address ......................<. ....
forces, inmates of institutions, per- .N belonged to the church, or because
sons temporarily or permanently in 4 ,ry6'J : x they attend an occasional church

hospitals, convalescent homes, etc., : supper or listen to a sermon by ra '
and persons with hoards so largeto dio. Unless we know Him,personally -
disqualify them.Eachhousehold as our Saviour, He will have to Indigestion 1

,, will be allowed to x It say to us, Depart from me, ye What many Doctors do for it "
have, on hand two pounds of sugar workers ofiniquity" (v. 27). Let us .When excess stomach acid causes gas,soar stomach !
heartburn doctors prescribe the fastestacting
for each person at registration. make that matter very ,clear to medicines known for eyrntomatic relief-mediants
Hoarders will be penalized, either .i rJ;: '' r,: those to whom we minister.III. like very those first trial In Bell-ans doesn't Tablets prove Bell-ans No laxative.better If return your
by not getting a book at all or, by rr mmurwaau5ekal'o.atea ,.Lfcawe .wfSH..as2Gbiv..sisromuo6a: ; ioa'u /R9fC2.4.'y. Follow the Fearless Christ bottle to us and get doable your money back EcjKills .

having from one to eight stampstorn" Here is the final step in the sugar industry before you see it on your (vv. 31-33). _
from their books before they table at home,' or in the restaurant. This is one of the many storage cen- To know the high and unwavering
receive them Carry the, book to ters throughout the nation where 'sugar is kept until it is rationed out. character of one's leader is to go
your grocer. The stamp must be forward with' real confidence. What
torn out in the store keeper's presence -, sives and for other war require- ping (vessels of 100 tons and over). about the Captain our salvation? > \
and detached stamps will not ments. At the end of 1939,'vessels of 2,000 Here we find Him facing the indirect j&APHIS

be accepted. Best posted sugar trade and Washington tons and over (representing most of threat of a powerful and wicked 'f.

Stamps will: be numbered,for' pur- I, quarters recently added up the. sea-going bottoms) totaled 51- earthly ruler, in perfect calmness,
chases in a specified period and the "tote" for the 1942 sugar barrel. 988,000 gross tons. with the very poise of eternity upon
when the time limit is reached the The result was an estimate of some The United States total was 7,880- Him. One ounce makes six gallons
stamp will be voided. In this man- 5,515,000 short tons available from 000 tons. However, only 2,094,000tons Christ, conscious of His divine of aphis spray...Full directions '
ner no one can save-or hoard- all points or ,roughly one-third less of the American merchant ma- mission and with determination to on label.a Insist on

stamps for use at a later date. than the amount used last year. rine were, used for foreign com- do the Father's will (Heb. 10:7): ), ,m factory. scaled packages. .
One adult must register for each In 1941 our mainland sugar pro- merce, the remainder working in knew no fear of man. CORPORATION' ,INCORPORATED ,
family unit, although the head of the ducers (beet and cane combined) coastal and intercoastal shippingand Consider the rebuke to Herod (v. tomsvuu,xir+rucxr i '
family ,may register for all family managed to account for 2,348,000 on the Great Lakes. Some of 32)). There is probably no place in '" : ..
members. Servants, lodgers and oth- short tons. We can count on only these ships doubtless have been Scripture where our Lord spoke with
ers who may live in a household, 2,200,000 short tons from them this pressed into service on longer hauls, such stinging contempt of any 'man.
must register individually. Generally : year. It certainly is not that pro- where possible. Furthermore, new It is almost as though the black
speaking, a family unit consistsof ducers here lack price incentive- merchant marine construction is cloud of eternal judgment already Glory's Path
persons related by blood or mar- since the OPA ceiling level for raw perking up and, according to best had settled around the head of this The path of duty is the way otglory.
riage and living and eating under sugar-3.74 cents per pound New estimates available, by the end of man who was so sly and crafty that .-Tennyson. !
the same roof.She's York, cost and freight duty paidis 1942 construction of new shipping is the tenderhearted Jesus called hima I
the most attractive that has expected to proceed at the annual "fox." One wonders of how many
"'. ._ ., _, ,,_ ___ pre-
.n-1 c. ;
--.I "" --1m' the in
vailed since 1929. rate of nearly 2,500,000 gross tons. He would have to say same DON'T LETCONSTIPATION -

Beet Sugar Shortage. Translated into terms of sugar, this our day of supreme and mali- ; ;

However, distribution of beet shipping is a most important factor. cious wickedness.IV. .
sug- a
A' ar from domestic areas will fall The general freighter working the Respond to His Invitation (vv. SLOW YOU UP i
short of the 1941 figure 'as there Cuban run, averages some 4,000 tons 34, 35)).
and To fail to .accept His profferedlove When bowels are sluggish and you feel i
smaller inventories to draw on than can carry about 4,000 tons of
irritable, headachy and everything you
existed sugar as its cargo. It can make is to be left desolate. To reject millions do chew : ,
a year ago. Sugar beet do is an effort, do as f "
s''a. processing starts in the fall. While about nine trips per year. In other Him as Saviour (either by neg- FEEN-A-MINT, the modern chewinggum .
farmers will co-operate to the utmost words, each average freighter can lect or by definite act) is inevitablyto laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-with- l' ',
MINT before to bed-sleep
To the Jews you go
with the account for roughly 36,000 tons of bring judgment. \
S. department of out being disturbed-next morning gentle, f ,'I,
agriculture "all-out" supply pro- sugar-providing it carries nothingelse this meant loss of their national thorough relief, helping you feel swell I L
gram, there are, definite limitationson in its homeward bound cargo. home-their leading city, but to us again full of your normal pep. Try !i.
of eternal FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy 'Z
loss our '
it the
the quantity of new crop sugar To carry the 1,285,000 tons indicated means and economical.A generous family supply :'f..
that ,can be delivered to users be- for Cuban shipments to the Unit- souls. i costs onlyneet
fore '''year-end.: "There is terrible suggestiveness FEEf .A. ''lt 1.
ed States in raw sugar form, there- in the two statements in verse 34, :,
Admittedlyour, domestic sugar fore, would require the services of 'I would,' 'Ye would not.' The whole .c l ,"
supply arm may, be improved ma- 36 ships, of 144,000 tons total. Add of Jerusalem's desolation and \ ,
terially in 1943, : As on offset, how- about 120,000 tons in shipping tonnage secret found in the words
ever, the 'calculations have taken ::: destruction is DIFIPJ51 .f r'r'I
into account such non-recurring needed to bring in the Puerto 'Ye would not.' The whole secret of

a young 'n, all right. But ply items as frozen stocks, as sup-wellas Rican crop and-without any other the loss of the individual soul is
she knows how to lop down the sugar 500,000 tons estimated to come off-shore points-we would tie up found in the words 'Ye will not' RUBBIR :j r

cane. In her spare time she also through from Hawaii. Effects of more than 10 percent of our entire (John 5:40))" (John W. Bradbury).
likes to chew on some of the stalks, the war on shipping, labor and har- ocean hauling merchant marine This lesson presses home to the Do Your Part by

for they" make good tasting "sugar vesting will make their ,imprint. Or- (based on 1939 tonnage estimate) individual reader the question, Are Saving Your Tires
sticks. What is ?
saved? your answer
dinarily Hawaiian is you
sugar ground for sugar'needs, alone.


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the world that General Douglas The Moocher If have
you trouble keeping If you have an electric range,
MacArthur had made his spectacular "How many" cigarettes do you flower holders in place in bowls, try washing the glass window in
e dash from the Philippines to I smoke a day? stick them down by first dippingthe the oven door with baking soda in-

I ... Australia. in safety, free peopleseverywhere "Oh, any given amounU" holders in hot melted paraffin. stead of soap.
This works splendidly and the water *
rejoiced. r a,; ,a:; .Rin li htiu Fit Description in the bowl will not harm the Do not "shake well before
The fighting generalhad collision
Teacher-A is two things
ri'., .',te' 'S!; k t+ikyry paraffin. using" varnish or'enamel.. The
won the confidenceand coming together unexpectedly. ,
I shaking creates air bubbles and
give me an example.
admiration of the
Willie-TIL ins. If you have any leftover meat may cause an inferior finish. Pour
world. Australia had 4 I and gravy, why not make a'pastryroll liquid from the top of paint or
clamored for him. They Could Be ? Spread the meat, mixed in enamel cans into a clean contain

.wanted the benefit of Jones-The Blacks brag about with the gravy, on biscuit dough, er. Stir the remaining pigment
his marvelous leader- their ancestors as though they had roll it and fit it in a greased loaf until it is smooth; then graduallyadd

ship to' head off the invented them. pan or baking dish. Bake about the top liquid, stirring until it
Smith I shouldn't be 30 minutes and witha is
and the surprised serve warm thoroughly mixed with the pig-
gaps war
carry if they had. j vegetable sauce. ment.
to Japan. Upon his ar-

rival there, MacArthurimmediately {

assumed KR : c a ?. I
command of the United :y *; MOOR MOROUNE

Nations' armed forces BURIIS WHITE PETROLEUM JElLY
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rey\ %, with the slenderizing lines com-
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. :;.' I YT ',nyv modern tastes, they offer much in in length and up. Cut from heads only.
, .'" j ,t ,S lr{ 10 cents ounce for switches and trans
T the way of apron beauty. formations. 6 cents ounce for clean long
j 'Sin.I' combings. Send parcel insured.
0I > Print ties may also be made from Z9392 ARRANJAY'S 32 Wast 20th Street
1 15,cents. Ease of making characterizesall
b of these items. Send your order to:
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; Name.................!.............. In the Natio ns' Spa fli i
yOU can solve several gift prob-
lems with this for Address.............................. HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK.ARK.
{ one pattern,
> : here are two charming aprons and
I :;; 4r Ted.?Y, the pattern for, a man's tie. Red,
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General MacArthur and Manuel Quezon, president of the Philip- Falcon island in the -South .Pacific -

pines, who is now in Australia with MacArthur, talk things over. The. is unique in that it has ,van- ., :

Filipino: leader arrived safely with his government and family after break- ished and reappeared' three times :

I ing through! the blockade the same as MacArthur did. He awaits the day since its discovery' in 1865, saysCollier's. _
tvhen MacArthur will free his island people from the Japs. Being built up by the
:: .
. I... ashes of volcanic eruption and'
then destroyed by wind, rain and

f' aa .ocean current so'many times,Falcon -
{ is such 'a geographical curi- 9America's
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rr ; 4 scientists from all over the world,
4 : 4 most of whom preferred to exam- i
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from the deck of their ship.
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l As a Gentleman readytoeatLGef/ 41g1 fDy?

A man asked Ito define the essential cereal I
characteristics of a gentle-
': man-using the term in.its widest
sense-would presumably reply, several packages today and enjoy
1- "The will to put himself in the

-p place of others; the horror of forc- BREAKFAST"
ing others into positions from
which he would himself recoil; the of Kellogg's Corn Flakes with some fruit and
0, r ; M( power to do what seems to him to lots of milk.VITAMINS.

r be right, without considering what
i; ; others may say or think.-John y0 'I PROTEINS!

rp/fF, ., ,V' y ",," .3 Galsworthy. MINERALS! FOOD ENERGY!
nv vN44:!
l'' 'v Y vy j ; ,7 Above is a photo of Gen. 1

eral MacArthur and his lj/l_ tIt I Ile4 V
rEC aides, when he was commanding 1'

4r r.N/ f.Cl general in the Jt'to hard to convince them that they I Let's Get Going-Full Speed Ahead
!a 3: t/G% i r I must eat the proper food for growth
Far Eastern army. He is and health. VINOL with Its Vitamin I
11g {" {.vr the I Bl and Iron will encourage their appe-
shown 0
i : J accepting command -

t t;! y tf r? :JC.J army troops of the in Philippine the induction tit.Improvement.and may soon:VINOL.show Your you druggist a delightful hatpleaianttastini L Show Our Foe Patriotism Isn't Dead!

ceremonies of the rL

frs_ M\ i Philippine army air '

,. ; { f corps. Photo at the left
!h ,. shows General MacAr (: :' / CAMEL IS ; yn
b r ; ,
I- S' } Rr thur he stopped for a' #..i.yti T THE \r:
jIt as {.?,' BRAND WITH US.
talk with Maj. Gen. Jonathan I
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\ field commander when ; I ''!'; +?(t/y: rl;v,:>afiS>sC nti. vC<
1 HIT THE SPOT y. T\z \a,
J1' I MacArthur was in the I J ;
T Trrr
Philippines. Despite t I1! h
: S ft' i odds of 20 to 1,' the .1\ $ / :; Yt :N :::7r:,c,,;v..
peninsula :. '
\ / f n l/ forces on Bataan (< 4 ; 'j.Zfs.i .;f.b
held >,
y .y + were off, \ \
; and heavy casualties : .

inflicted. Wainwright '
I S 1 now holds U. S.-Fllt-

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pino f:1.. <"
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World IVarNo.2'soutstanding THAT COUNTS
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General Douglas A1. f/VI/ THESE
4 y ro
\. MacArthur,isshownat tt ',.', y. ..I r. 1.i's TIMES
his desk in the 1L5p.
" \ Ii., Philippines, before /1 AND THEY DO

I the Nipponese invaders ; SO
: rt '
forced the .; ;
gallant U. S.-Fili- f J yrif GOOD/
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pino army to retreat

I to the fox-holes of
I Battan. (U. S. Army % :%''' IZOs;EJ"e," :
I'" \ Signal Corps '

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chemicals not presently producedin for purchase of sugar-cane. I am I Despite our interest in profits we fare

Full Text Of Talk: Made sufficient quantity to meet exist- sure that such assumption on ''my nevertheless, interested in the )

ing war-time demand, such as those part, is correct.No \ welfare of our country and place ....

used in making alkyd and acrylic one is rash enough to at- such welfare ahead of profits;' accordingly

C. R. resins, various hum ctants, solventsand tempt to forecast conditions which our, proposal providesthat
By Tuesday
Bitting plasticizers, thermo-setting and will exist after the peace has been : we will lease to a separate

thermo-plastic plastics, .ethyleneg- won, but our studies tend to sup- company, or separate companies,

priorities fora lycol, glycerine, etc.; protective: and port the conclusion that, if we remain plant-sites, rlghts-of ,way, etc., for
t :ain glad that so many farmers obtaining necessary
oil-and-water-repellant non-tin and true to American ideals, as a total annual rental of one dollar
of' the Everglades were able to accept -, new sugar-house on the east side I
22nd, just non-glass containers for foodstuffs, I am confident we will, there will (which dollar, by the way, was
: Invitation and honor me of the Lake; on January
my the etc; adhesives, protein'resins- exist; an ever-increasing demand for just put in ,,to please the lawyers) ;
with their presence this evening.I two days later, same person
the earlier sound synthetic wool, process materialsfor non-food utilization of the 'carbohydrates we will provide the equity capital "
travel a great deal and am who attacked
productively busy throughout the cooperative association, once more, textile and paper manufacture, proteins, oils and fats' for the processing and converting
I textile and paper finishing, food 'which have proved such luxuriant facilities; and we will operate such
year, but I am glad that I have' for reasons best known to himself, '
products, concentrated rations, etc.; growths in and thus processing and
with the the, Everglades converting facili-
never round it either a hardship attacked the corporation
II special purpose lubricants, high we, of the Everglades and in turn ties on war needs at cost i not cost
date the
'bean inconvenience to come to the result that, to .independent -
melting point coatings for food and Florida and the United States, plus, but just plain cost-without
everglades with any message I3nght self-supporting, and seU'respecting -
confections, high smoke point would be assured of an ever-ex profit.
have for you and thus save! farmers of the Ever
you the unnecessary cost of traveling glades have been unable to find an cooking compounds, special process panding agro-industrial economy.I Let us all hope for the total and
soaps, etc.; as well ,as a long list confidently look forward to the complete absence of obstructive in-
: many hundreds of miles, as outlet for their potential sugar-
of other products used and usefulin time when the Everglades, with its fluence. Once
"veIl as preventing the inconvenience cane production. Such unwarranted more we demon-
and hardship occasioned by attacks have not discouraged us. peace as well as war. fertile soil, its adequate rainfall strate our sincere desire to do our /

_ days and days of absence from your We have continued to devote time The various agricultural pro- and its plenteous sunshine, will he part in supplying: the critical needs "'

:'fields, the cultivation of which Is and effort to ways and means of ducts necessary for such a pro- the world's great center of agri- of the American people; more we

so Important to the welfare of our assisting our neighbors in the gram (sugar-caneT sweet potatoesand cultural production for industrial cannot do until the go-ahead sig-

'country.You worth-while development of the peanuts) will require the cul- utilization.We nal is given to you and us and

have just listened to learn- Everglades and thus the creationof tivation of about one hundred consider ourselves fairly good when that signal is given I know

ed men tell you of the potential a most valuable economic re- thousand acres; in formulating' o'ur businessmen and as such, we are you farmers of the Everglades will

possibilities of the Everglades. You source for the state and its peo- plans for the supply of such agri- capitalists and interested in profitable do all that, or more, than, shouldbe

have been informed of the great ple. It would, indeed, be most unfortunate cultural products we assumed that operation of all our activities. expected. .

contribution to the welfare of the' if, for the third time, we our neighbors, the 'independent, +

Nation Of a balanced industrial are, again, wantonly and viciously self-supporting, self-respecting farm '
;agricultural economy In the Ever- attacked, or silently obstructed, ers of the Everglades, would be I : : -- :. : = ___ : r 1

glades. Before describing the and thus frustrated, in our en- willing, anxious and patriotic i
proposal; of United States Sugar deavors to aid and assist the in- enough to desire to supply the pro-

:Corporation 'for the accomplishment dependent, self-supporting, self- duce of 50,000 acres under con- '",; 4ir
I ; Jt
of that worth-while. objective, respecting, and tax-paying farmersof tracts similar to those now used + :,:.:)::; t2wS : '
America is
perhaps a very brief review of the area, in the sound development w Justlyproud
previous 'contributions of the .of an agro-industrial economy, of these sea
All Florida Is
Corporation will not be amiss. By and in the essential production of Turning and air sentinels .

heir deeds ..yeshall know them. critical war-time materials. -TOWiIhurC.-

Our deeds speak for themselvesand acquired the
Since we sugar t' x.;
: are an assurance that our I properties in the Everglades we King W, L
!proposals are not empty words have devoted much time and attention OFFICIAL P.

Spoken solely for the pleasure of to new uses for existing U.-S. NAVYPHOTOGRAPH :

''the orator in 'listening to the self-I products and the production ,of Of Hardee County "
:pleasing quality 'of his own voice. :
crops new ,to the area. Some of The 'Producers' Candidate for U. S. S.
You all are familiar with our the results of that endeavor are I

Contributions to the welfare of the today apparent in our culture of SARATOGAAIRCRAFT
'area. Many of you witnessed the lemon-grass, the production of L:

failure 'of the predecessor: company; cattle feed and cattle finishing. 2 CARRIER
Against Jerry Carter-Group ( .
you; "have seen the rehabilitation During the past year you have .
and development 'of the very same heard about such new crops for the 1. PEOPLE ARE WAKING UP to ;

properties in new hands. You? area as sweet potatoes for starch the importance. of this Commission, ,. ,
Know that had it not been for our and peanuts for oil and .meal. To- which deals with RATES and SER- ; ,

rehabilitation work there wouldbe night you have, as it were, been VICES of Railroads, Trucks, Buses "

no sugar industry here today; taken behind the scenes and told and Telephones. !. ;
neither would there be available of the tremendous possibilities of PRODUCERS. (they pay the .

many of th'e' services and conveniences definite aid to the war effort. freight) NEED KIXG. An Active .

made possible solely through through, local, production of carbohydrates -I Farmer, Citrus Grower, MerchantHE .
-successful rehabilitation of sugar,, and other vegetation and is the man to give I>l'oducers'Representation [

"production. Prior to our rehabili-. the conversion thereof into critical and fight for Rate .. ..and we are justly proud of our simple' -

tation of sugar production here, all war-time' materials of which the Iuction-which will leave more : .

sugar-cane for sugar in the Stateof Nation now faces severe shortages.On money in Producers' pockets and plan for acquiring a debt-free home. ::

Florida was grown by just one bring more Industries to our State. t ii
"company and it alone; you are the way here I stopped in 3.: THE PEOPLE NEED A FIGHT- .fr .

familiar with 'our encouragement Washington and presented to the 'ER. He has his Hard < i! : '
fought way by .. ,, 't. J' _
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in the growing of of sugar-cane, sweet pota- :" <:,. "'. .' .. ". ;: ." ;
sugar-cane; tence. OF the people, hej is, FOR ': t -: : //.F : / >,
you have watched with constantly toes and. peanuts and their con- I the people-AND ,HE ',DOESN'T : : : ::'
increasing interest their success in version into the basic raw materials : '
SURRENDER. United p'
States Defense Savings Bonds Are "
for the of oil- I ; .
: production
such, for them, new endeavor; and 4. HIS ENTIRE RECORD is one

you are familiar with our efforts resistant types of synthetic rubber; of Unselfish Public Service, Soberness -

'on behalf of our neighbors in their plasticizers and' lubricants in the Fairness: Honesty and Cour Available In Our Office '

justifiable desire to supply the milling, mastication and com- age. i

sugar needs of their fellow Amer- pounding of other types of synthetic 5. AS RAILROAD COMMISSIONER ; i
rubber the formulation of tJ.
icans. ; he will be the .
on job for the peo.
You are all ,familiar with the ,protective coatings for mechanized pIe-and promises that, while in .: ', F

'time we devoted, ,the expenses we equipment, airplanes, etc.:; the that office, he will NOT run for : _...} -. '

incurred, and the results we had production of water-white resins any other. : ,: ".,7" ." '.

achieved in obtaining essential private for airplane windows, etc.; the 6. Thru OLD friends-and NEW ;.

funds for financing a sound production of coatings for textile ones, sold on his merits- 1'

cooperative sugarhouse organization fabrics for manufacture of rain- -

for the independent, self-sup- coats, wading suits, balloon fab- King Is In Front CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND _

'porting, self-respecting farmers of rics, pontoons, lifeboats and rafts,

the area; you know the vilification tarpaulins, gas-mask fabrics, etc.; He_ Will Deeply Appreciate

heaped upon 'our heads, for reasons stabilization ,of the viscosity of air-
Your Vote and Active
best known to the vilifier, for our plane lubricating oils over a wide LOAN ASSOCIATION

efforts and endeavors on behalf of range of temperatures;.' solvents and
"our neighbors. You know that on plasticizers in cellulose and synthetic -

January 20, of this year, 1942, we resins; replacement, in ( Adv. -' Paid for by .

.-asked'governmental- cooperation in whole or in part, .of many other Friends.. ) I t',_ :_:__'_)1--_:_" _.-_:i--..... '::" _,; ___. ':::;.,c '.: -: : _; :_.- _' ,:,_ ::.-, :.::,:", .....n- __ ,... ; '
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