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: May 1, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00889
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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'; First Primary Election City Takes Over, Consumers To Register ',"

Utility OperationThe .

To Be Held TuesdayPolls I I City of Clewiston this morn- For Sugar Next Week

ing took over the operation of. the
c electric and water utilities here' ...I _

Will Open At'8:00'' New Draft' Call Takes following the purchase recently of Commitments ExpectedFor 1 Four First Days Set For
these utilities from the Glades

'"j ,A. M. and Close Seven Men Tuesday Glades Power and Water Light Company.The Company. and the More Houses Here I Distribution of War

: 7:48: P. M. i .....--- only change, so far as the I I Ration BooksThe
public is concerned, is that the,
Seven white men from ,Hendry Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company: ,
business connected with the utilities -
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!County left Tuesday afternoon for stopped last month from the con-
Hendry County voters will go toj J 1 I will be handled at the City Hall struction of twenty-five houses' / biggest registration yet heldin
the polls Tuesday to cast their bal-, Camp Blanding for induction into instead of the south ,wing of the they had planned because there was' this country will take place dur-

lot in the first Democratic primary the U. S. Army. I j I Sugar Office Building. Sandy Bell no more money available in the' ing the first four days of next week

election of 1942 and in the, majority -\ Included among these was John I I has transferred his office, temporarily -' Federal Housing fund for com- when the citizens of the United

of cases the high man In Albert Perry who was inducted J to the city hall to take care mitments, received word this week States register for their first ration

,.., this primary will not have to run previously but rejected because of'1 of bill payments and other affairsin that this money had now been made cards which will be used for, the
K in the second. No record vote is connection with these operationsuntil purchase of
a defect in vision. Others in this available by Congress and that they sugar.
."(' expected in the county but there is call were Geo. C. Bestor and Hal- a permanent set-up is per-,. might expect action on thesetwentfive All schools in Hendry County
at least one district race in each fected. will open at eight o'clock in the
",' son Avant of Clewiston, Edward : commitments as soonas
precinct to promote interest. Heath of LaBelle,' Oscar Lee, Wil- FHA is officially notified. morning'and adjourn at one o'clock
The polling place for Clewiston at which time
pm registrationwill
This appropriation is only for
liams, a transfer from Perry, Joseph
is at the Community Center in the I begin and continue until six
Clifton Simms,. Theodore\) A. Horne, BEARDSLEY ELECTED Title VI loans for the constructionof ,
old Administration Building. Polls o'clock during the four days. Col-
Frank J. Fussell of LaBelle ,and homes in defense areas.
will open at eight o'clock and close ored people will register at the
Meanwhile construction
Robert Franklin Towson, a trans- goes
1 at sundown, 7:48 Eastern War GENERAL MANAGER nearest colored school and whitesat
fer from Miami. Towson has'been ahead on other homes here. Those
time. athletic director at Riddle Field. under construction for the United the nearest white school. School
f::*,: The only precinct'race on the States Sugar Corporation by M. R. principals have been chosen to act
John Harlow Wiudish of LaBellewas
Clewiston ballot will be that of DRAINAGEDISTRICT
y', Harrison Construction 'Company of as site administrators, the state
called but had been transferfed
: county' commissioner in which the
Miami highway patrolman will act as
- are well along. The fram-
incumbent, G. E. Etherton, is to Elwood, Ind., and will go '- :
opposed ing is almost all delivery agent and Constable I. S.
completed on
1 by Parker T. Wilson. in the next call from that place.A At a meeting of the Everglades Bell will
held thirty-one of the houses and some act here as police of
The withdrawal of Senator David new classification has been Drainage District Board Mon- ficer.
of those started first will be
t. Elmer Ward from the state senate set up known as 3-B in which have day in Miami the resignation of ready' for soon \. War ration books will be issuedto
: race leaves that a two-way race been placed those men with dependents George A. Chalker of West Palm occupancy.
: A portion of those being built by every person living in this coun-
between J. A. Franklin, Fort employed in essential war Beach as general manager of the O'Dell and Clark near the school try except members of the armed

:Myers attorney and former sheriff industries. Those in Class 3-A district was accepted and J. E. house will be ready for' occupancy services and persons confined to

Bob King of Lee County. will be called ahead of these. Beardsley of Clewiston was unanim- within the next couple of weeks. public institutions. The head of a
The first race on the ballot will ously elected to fill this position, family may secure books for each
't be that of Congressman-at-Large a the only salaried position on the
member of his family unit but
Johnwick Chosen
As Blow-Out
board. Sends Truck
new position made possible by the those outside the family unit must
(: increased population of the state I Mr Chalker had previously sub- make application themselves for

according to the 1940 census. In Graduation SpeakerErwin mitted his resignation as a mem- Into Roadside Ditch their book. A person is entitled to

this race Congressman Lex Greenof ber of the board to Governor Spess- ai'; war ration book even though he

Jacksonville is opposed by II. ard L. Holland and it had been accepted may eat all of his meals in a res-
Earnest Overstreet of Miami, Barney Johnwick, principal of but as his position as gen- The La Tropical beer truck out taurant or boarding house and has "

Cohen of Orlando and Wallace the South Bay school and well eral manager was entirely apart of Fort Myers landed bottom side no intention buying: sugar.

Tervin of Bradenton.The known in, Clewiston, has been selected from this 'and an elective office of up in a roadside canal west of Each person is permitted to have

next race is for Justice of as the graduation speaker the board, his resignation in that Clewiston about eleven o'clock this two pounds of sugar on hand when

the Supreme ,Court, Group 3, in capacity was submitted' at this morning when' a right, front tire the registration takes place but for
when exercises
., J which Judge Tom Sebring opposes are meeting. The press of private blew out but neither the driver nor all over that he .may declare a

r. .. Theo. T. Turnbull. Sebring has held on May 26. business was given as his reasonfor his colored helper sustained any in- stamp'will be removed for each

r.' been a district judge for several Mr. Johnwick -has chosen as his resigning.Mr. jury aside from a good wetting. pound on hand.s The principal

:" :. .' years and at 'pt)6 time was head ,subject for the evening' ,' "Youth-' .. Beardsley: was' elected by The men stayed _in' the ,cab. un thin one must remember when ;-,
... football coach at: Florida! : Works For Security!:" \.-:' .. unanimous vote of the board aftera l'til after the truck :'se ctf to the going to register: \.toplfndw exactly .

f., sity. Turnbull .is' 'also 'an '-.univ.er-1' Rev. H. C. Meador has been selected -' motion of Earl McDaniel, Palm bottom' but were able to extricate ,how .much sugar, White or: brown, -,i

of many years, experience by the class as baccaulau- Beach County member, seconded by themselves without .great' difficultyand in any form, js on hand for a ,false 'I""

(Continued on page 10) reate speaker? on .May 24. H. ,L. Lyons. Mark 'R. Tennant, swim out. (Continued on page 10)

chairman of the board, commented, ,
"Jim knows the and the

" 503 Register In County work'good of man the for district the and job."should bea Large Crowds Attend

At "this meeting Mr. Beardsley

: In Fourth Draft Call (Continued on Page 10) 'Harvest End Activities

I Elmer Ward Withdraws

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F, f OLDER GROUP WILL NOT BE' From State Senate Race : BETWEEN 1500 AND 1800 ARE
Mary Davidson Wins I Kiwanis BarbecueAt

ARMED FORCES County Spelling Bee David Elmer Ward of Fort Beardsley Farm I I DANCE SATURDAY- \

503 men in Hendry County be-' I Myers, state senator from this district !! A cowd estimated- at between r

tween' the ages of forty-five and"sixtyfour I" for the past, three years, an-
Mary Davidson and Elsie Members of the Clewiston Ki-I fifteen and eighteen hundred people -
were registered Mondays nounced at a political rally in Fort
according to a summary made this\ \ tin, the two Clewiston girls Mar-I' Myers, Friday night that he was wanis Club and their ladies were I attended the Harvest Festival

week by the county selective service won the spelling entering military service and would the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. dance in the sugar warehouse last

office here. This is, the fourth' their school here recently, won the not be a candidate for reelection.It Beardsley at a barbecue, held at Saturday night which officially
r Selective Service call. 'I right to represent Hendry Countyat is understood that he has accepted -
the district matches in Miami the Beardsley Farm on Wednesday, closed the 1941-42 harvest season,
a commission with the naval
Of this number 204
- were when the county: finals were held intelligence service. the regular weekly meeting night.ithe longest and perhaps the. greatest -
k at the Clewiston school, 23 at ,
the Felda school, 149 at the La- here last Friday night. Senator Ward reviewed his accomplishments Two previous efforts to hold i of any Everglades sugar har-
Felda did not enter the contestso
Belle school, 29 at the Bare Beach during two sessionsof this barbecue failed because of bad
the match was between the the legislature and then told his vest.The
school and 98 at Townsite. There I weather but nothing was lost be- crowd attending the barbe-
winner and runner-up for Clewis- I ,
audience "when the enemies of our
were eighty-six who registered giving -
as their address other counties ton and the corresponding two for democracy are crushed, when the cause of the delay. The forty-two cue that afternoon from one o'

;: ) than Hendry but most of this loss I LaBelle. rising sun has gone down forever, people attending ate with, great I clock until three o'clock was

will be taken care of by cards of I Edith May, winner last year from then I'll be back to take up whereI gusto the huge quantities of delicious -I slightly smaller than last year because -

county residents who registered) LaBelle, again represented her left off." food and rubbed sore mus..j of the fact that it was not

" t '. outside the county when they are I school this year but miscued on"mystery" Withdrawal of Senator Ward cles next day because of the active j held Just before the dance but 1350

returned to the local office. j I and went down, first. from the race leaves it a twowayrace games and contests waged on the I j plates were served by the group in
r : Her companion, Franklin Whid- between J. A. Franklin and
The men in this fourth 'registra- lawn after charge during the two-hour period.
den, runner-up from LaBelle, got Bob King, both of whom reside in supper.A
tion will not receive order numbers guest 'at the dinner was Henry Food enough was left for some
\ all the letters' in but in the wrong Fort Myers. The Hendry County I
and are not subject, at this Pepper of Austin, Texas, field rep- hundred or hundred and fifty
order in the word "conservation reprinted to
ballots are being remove -
time, to combat service: They will I resentative of Kiwanis International.His more. Delicious barbecued beef
spelling correctly "conversation. Ward's name. I
receive shortly 'occupational quest-'I very brief talk was the only and pork, stew, coffee, lemonade
Elsie Martin Clewiston
ionnaires the same as other runner- reminder that this was a regular I and Ice cream were: served and the
reg-I up, spelled for some time before I
istrations. ; Trades Register This club meeting. I huge crowd was handled very efficiently -
I missing a word and Mary Davidson,
Schools were not adjourned for the winner, spelled some seventy- The Beardsley,.Farm furnished .
... the registration and 'it was handled'I eight words before she missed. Week For SugarThe practically the entire meal, includ-I Mrs. C. L., Downs was in chargeof

r in a very orderly manner. The I The district meet in Miami will ing the oven-baked pork. Tomatoes, food preparation' and was as-

older group seemed very willing to (Continued on Page 10) total number of retailers and fruit juices, pickles, hot rolls, gin- sisted by several of her ClewistonInn

register' and them was -a steady I wholesalers of sugar and institut- ger cake, sponge cake and coffee crew. Mrs. A. O. Oliver had
flow to the place's of registration completed the menu. charge of the serving and was as-
Fourth Class Of ional and industrial users of sugar
throughout the day from seven o'-} I who were required to register on Enjoying the affair were: Mr.: sisted by a group of high school
clock in the morning until nine o' girls.
and '' A. Lawrence, Mr. !
Cadets To Graduate' Tuesday and Wednesday has not vMrs. W.
clock that night. been disclosed but it is believed and Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mr. and -Mrs. : The greater part of the sugar

', Places of birth showed that a that most of those coming in this W. E. Dilley, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I I warehouse was set aside for the

-i number of the registrants were The fourth graduating class from class in Clewiston were registeredand Martinez, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. dancers that evening which saved
foreign born. One was from Riddle Field will receive their received their purchase certifi- Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ethpr-' a great deal .of the crowding of

;; Damascus, Syria, ,another from wings at exercises to be held at the cates providing they were entitledto ton, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mr. previous years. Dancing began at

'." Greece, one from Russia. several field this afternoon and presumablywill them. and Mrs. G. H, Small, Mr. and ten o'clock and the eight-piece' or-
v. from Germany and other coun- Mrs. W. N. Martin Mr. and Mrs. chestra played until 2:15 from the
.... ... leave tomorrow for Canada. Many in this class, because of a '
: tries. Only about half of the class will reserve on hand will not be per- Hub Spooner, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph large platform ,built along the
( here 'receive another Bishop, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle north wall of the warehouse.
; Acting as registrants were their wings at the presen- mitted to purchase sugar for -
,) R. W. Turk, Helen Spooner, Evelyn tation today, the others having month or two or even longer Mrs. H. C. Post, Mrs. J. F. Floren- Many of the colored laborers left

't. Burhans, Marjorie Bjornson, Charlotte failed a final ground school test depending on the amount of excess. tine, Mrs. Geo. W. Van Hynlng, for homes elsewhere in this and

1 r". ... Walston, Margaret Arey, Inez which will require them to remainat Their use is,' restricted in most Miss Hannah 'York, A. O. Ward, other southern states at the closeof

/ Van Hyning, Agnes Y. Thomas and the field for another three cases to fifty per cent of what was Rev. J. N. Montgomery, Henry the crop harvest but many remained -

:i .:., Hannah York at the school; S. L. weeks for. special training in this sold in April of last year. Pepper, J. G. Niblack, Bill Davis, and the usual summer

4 Crews and C. J. Lovvorn at Bare particular course in ground school. Registration here was taken Dan Padgett, G. W. Nickerson, G. planting, cultivation and repair

w \ Beach; G. A. Davidson, V. C. Wood- Two of the graduates were call care of at the school house in the H. Brown, R. C. Wilson, Mrs. J. E. program is already underway.

ward and C. J. Lovvorn at Town- ed off leave Tuesday and ordered agriculture room without upsettingthe Beardsley, Bruce Beardsley, J. W.

site. (Continued on Page 10) usual schedule of classes. Beardsley and D. W.. Beardsley. Buy Defense Bonds, and Stamps.


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J 5 5 5>>5 5 C*>*<,.? 'T4ff7i'Y mz Filling the Coffee, Cups of AmericaA t 1-1' f ,

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zblfhl lln. half a billion pounds of the golden bean-coffee-come np from

Latin America each year to the port of New Orleans, there to,be ground, Avoid
Cause and Cure roasted and blended to make America's favorite "brew." Recognized asa quick freezing in your re

"What "cured Jackson of arguing with morale builder, coffee is in great favor with military men, and our 14&SCRE&By frigerator. It*wastes* electricity.

his"Arguing wife? with his wife.' boys on fand, sea and in the air look forward to that steaming cup. (Released j>y VIRGINIA Western Newspaper VALE Union.) Uncooked prunes or apricots
These photos take you to Coffee Town. finely chopped may be used in
.. STUDIO hand stole muffin batter to increase the min-
A wedding car was seen driving A stage \.
through the streets of the city the the spotlight from Wil- eral content. .f

other evening. Inscribed in chalkon liam Powell and Hedy La- Twine will tie bundlesmuch
the back, of the car were the
marr when Wendell Willkie tighter and will not slip when
"Result of Careless Talk.
words: (who recently was elected knots before are using.made if it is dampened

Her Plea chairman of the board of 20th .

"I'm going to kiss you before I Century-Fox) visited :the stars. Place a hot-water bottle in the

go," said the young man who had Willkie arrived just in time to clothes basket when hanging out
his welcome. clothes in chilly spring weather.It .
outstayed Y
r f ,, rZ.'F
a watch them their first
"Do it now, while I'm still doing will keep the hands warm.St.Joseph .
love scenes in "Crossroads," and
young, replied the girl, wearily. A.
---- p I C offered to change places with Pow- "
ell. The stage:hand, Pinky Picciano,

In Service.of OthersDo officer had a on brother the battleship who was Mississippi- a petty ()I IWORLD'S

when Willkie's brother Ed was a" division -
remember William Mor- officer on the ship, and en-
you tertained Willkie and the cast with
life lived his
risand how his was IIk
busiedin anecdotes. Incidentally, in his new Imaginative Man
his hands -
fortune spent,
position Willkie will not "performany To the eyes of the man of imagi-
the service of others? He wasa 4
executive duties or be actively nation Nature is Imagination it- '
of the good.
"soldier common ;
life y oR. m: lk Z'v ro. K,3 connected with the operation of the self. As a man is, 'so he sees.- r-- "
After he was gone-his beganto William Burke.
grow in radiance and power, w ia company. .,.
like a beacon set. high upon a ---71:0- I
dangerous shore. In the twilight Eleanor Powell's spun glass hula REASON IT OUT AND YOU'LL
of his days he wrote what I like skirt ,is scheduled for a tour of the
to think was his creed-and mine: army camps; so are two other cos
tumes-a pink satin tails and top
"I'm going your way, so let us go hand --- ,
hat and abbreviated toreador but-
._ in We hand.shall You not be help here me very and long I'll ,help for soon you. Heavy bags of green coffee hang poised over the heads of the car- fit. She's, bought the rest' of the

death, the kind old nurse, will come riers in the great dockside coffee sheds in New Orleans, and then are costumes, she wore in "Ship Ahoy,"

back and rock us all to sleep. Let, us dropped upon the head by four huskies. and they'll go along. ,.I

helD one another while we may." ..... .. .,.,... .. ,. .... -l c-
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-FRANK P. TEBBETTS ,:.,.:.:..;.;.. .., ,''''!1', ;,-:, 'w' ;>:,:"":r. .,'-='Fr--: When Jack Benny takes his Sun- ...
: INi' r daynight radio show to army camps F-

,, : ,:,.' '..W mf.: ,ti,., : the member of the cast who has the

HAIR \. ..:...,. .J:'..:>:#?" ,.. ,tt :".. ,'{: ;;";", most fun is Rochester; the soldiers

MOROLI N E -: ,.,till': '>.ty-:,.. .'.',..\ ''t 1<<<<.."i'. ''.' .i > .,, O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets
TONIC : '.y, 'I' oearoeet r' \ V phenol derivatives, NR Tablets
HOr .S.KID. NOr SLIP BOTTLE -IDe J V different are
-act different Purely vegetablea
combination of 10 vegetable ingredients -
formulated over 50 years i ago.
iSjVV V Uncoated or candy coated, their action
AWAY G IRlaS w2.' is dependable, thorough, yet gentle, aa ,
" ,millions of NR's have proved.Get a 104 ti f
Pain goes(quick corns Convincer Box.Larger economy sizes,too.

' you speedily use removed thin soothing when, W" +%4 JiyN. : y, r ret 10 f11uw ,
cushioning Dr. Scholl's : *' wpLy'3 Alt V E4, ,v
ZIno-pads. Try them
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Man Is. Merry .. ti
t 't, .2 4j* Man is the merriest species of
,:"' Most onus t-1-that age and living Preparations here being made These coffee tasters sit at a circu- always supply him with a "jeep," the creation- : all above or below

\ habits\ bring on occasional bowel- for "cupping' in a New Orleans lar table which revolves to bring and he has the time of his life rid- him are 'serious.-Addison. V '
i. : laziness. These spells of constipation ing all over camp. "No rougher
',: .' with aggravating, may cause coffee firm, one of the steps in the I them cup after cup of different va- than the Maxwell," says" he.
., restless nights. ADLERIKA can help grading and, testing of coffee.In rieties. '.

.' ._ you face the future more cheerfully. ..' ...___......_ So YouVeA AlL
vm yw or William Holden the first
was mar-
- Its ingredients attract to the bowels n; Tuckered out:,and ao much 1
' ; extra moisture which f: ., ried Hollywood man to join the serv- I .
f : softens packed work weiU'n&: You may
? 4V9f : ; + .y,. a.. ices; quitting motion pictures at the 4
wastes and assists in comfortable ? ) ,!?: : lack the proper strength and endurance 6
r \ bowel action. ADLERIKA helps to r,4..a..,fA..:+ys..ti fNA't i/H top of his career, he became a private because you haven't the appetite for the nece- 4.
;. ,- leave your bowels refreshed and ., in the army. You'll rememberhim awry food The Vitamin Bl and Iron in
i,',a, clean. Next time constipation and as the small-time bookkeeperin VINOL helps promote appetite. Get pleas
f\ :. threaten .. r ;k : "The Remarkable Andrew," for ant-tasting: VINOL from your druggist.
gas your comfort, try 4 k/ : y yo3 rwn < 9c y
'' ADLERIKA. his speech for democratic ideals. lIe
: ,; -. Druggists have it. '
r'" married Brenda Marshall last July;
: 'J' H '. l she is at Warner Brothers'in -
> 9L working e f.. \
wi> "The Constant Nymph." ;.
'ATOOO SSfefr Al -
.1': OKUOSTOICS Iv1aTi Virginia Dale went home to Char-

'. lotte N. C. for vacation and wsk .
: .a returned -
j., to', : <.'<:':(: > with a husband, one who's e$1 t ees oPy cM '
'. tao3ffjL .cO* ol J l*' lOoBa* I.
probably unique
; : j .} (.'Jt:, among Hollywood 5, 9 av p8 og -
:. ,.:,-; s husbands. He's 28, his name is 66 b Iht19a yF clipe6P -
Courtland Shephard, and his busi- jaafil d tt

i .,. I r Or ness is, of all things, commercial Ud n;' SuubsioC 6 tiEWe,1.Oa6S

shark fishing! gRa9U0t tgG BPa is t

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There's no sound-effect trickery .
about it when you hear George or 1 l

.; Laziness aDd Poverty Gracie Allen running up and V down

:f ;,',-. Laziness travels so. slowly that stairs. A set of wooden steps12of f

, Irt ',; \ poverty soon overtakes him.- 5 S5\ them; count 'em, some timeisnear

=;: 'Franklin 11ILrftiavrvmVtiw the mike, and Ed Lutas, sound- $ $ $ $ $ $V$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
I effect operator, does the skippingup i
and down.If .
;Y-. We Can All BeEXPERT

:: ,:. ( jr'5iiiiiA : it hadn't been for the'red polishon

,rvy. ,wJdw.;:. H her nails, three-year old Patsy ,.. .f"BUY'ERS
Nash would have played a boy in

For You To Feel Well coffee maker prepares a big pot of the age-old brew that has I "I Live on Danger." She was ,dis-

24 hour every day 7 days every cheered savant and common man alike from time immemorial.A covered when she and her mother
week, never stopping, the kidneys filter were waiting for a bus. Producers r
waste matter from the blood. > 69iri/4/ o :.A M William Pine and William Thomas .
V a5'
If "
more people were aware of how the r
kidneys must, constantly remove surplus wanted a little boy for the picture,
: fluid, exeeas acids and other waste thought she'd do. Then they also O In bringing us buying Information,a* ;
matter that cannot stay in the bloodwithout to prices that are being asked for :
injury j to health l there would discovered' the red polish, learned ..
'4 be better understanding, of why the that she what we Intend to buy, and as to the ;
i 1 whole system is upset when kidneys fail .o was a girl-and rewrotethe quality we can expect, tho advertising \'
to function properly. 1 4z9 part for her. She was/so good
columns of this newspaper perform a .t
dynj dynjy
.. Burning,scanty or too frequent urlneV that ;
they've optioned her for fea- +
tion sometimes warns that -something a worth while service which saves us
" ; 'i:. Is wrong.You may suffer nagging backache tured role in"the Richard Arlen "In dollars a 4 i
( many year.
>:j; ,, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic "
flf : "' pains, getting up at nights, swelling. terceptor Command.. O It Is a good habit to form, the habitof
Why not try Doan Pills You will ----7:
f;,.,; be using a medicine recommended the consulting the advertisements every ,
I' ''. country over.Doan't stimulate the function It begins to look as if the gentle- time we make a purchase, though we v
:,; 01 the kidneys and help them to n% men have it when what
:{ flush out poisonous waste from the correct' answers have already decided |lust we :
r '. blood. They contain nothing harmful. have to be given. During 11 weeksof want and where we are going to buy ::
Got Doan't today. Uso with confidence. broadcasting Bob Hawk's It. It gives the most : feeling .
.' At all drug stores. on Fri us ryiceleM ;:
I'' .. y r' % lbY- ryC7; day CBS quiz, 14 men have won In the world the feeling of being .; C

.. 5 wr $4,474 in defense bonds; only -8 adequately prepared. :; "
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STORY SO FAR: Joan Leland, transfer the tenderness he had given "We're engaged, Sybl We're going nothing in another? :?

secretary, Is discharged by her em her to another woman? How could to be married in two or three ''1. In Latin-American countries, 7. Peru has been an independent 11!

ployer, Arthur Mulford, Importer, who she be sure unless But Paul's months." what is meant by mestizo? country since when? _
refuses explanation for the act. She
any words in her ears! "He'll "Karl asked to him?"
'* takes a secretarial position with Karl rang you marry 2. Who said on his death bed:
,, Miller, handsome proprietor of a night er marry you. Ask him and see ." Sybil asked unbelievingly. "That's a "So little done, so much to do"? The Answers "
club. She Is fascinated by him and when "You are worrying about some- beautiful emerald, Joan! Must have 3. "Remember the Alamo" was

he gets her sister Sybil; a new job and thing," Karl said. "What troublesyou cost a fortune." the cry of what battle?
takes her into his arms, her joy knowsno ?" I "You don't seem very enthusiastic. 4. Intrastate is 1. A person of mixed blood.' (
commerce -
end. She meets his club manager, 2. Cecil Rhodes. ..
What would he think if he really carried
on where?
Paul Sherman, who warns her about 3. San Jacinto.
working for Karl, but refuses to give his knew? When she remained silent, I "Frankly I'm'not," Sybil. con- 5. What Biblical person referredto 4. Within a state. -

reasons. Then Karl introduces her to Karl changed the subject. "By the fessed. "the latchct of whose shoes I 5. John the Baptist.
his partner, Eric Strom, and she refuseshis way, did you see Paul Sherman last "I suppose you would have been
not to down and 6.
am worthy stoop Everything in life nothing in
secret invitation to dinner. During night? better pleased if- Karl and I had unloose"? tennis. '
a ride with Karl they board a freighter- She hesitated for one cautious mo- quit," Joan said coldly.
6. How can the word "love" 7. Since 1821.
ship and when Karl asks her if he can "
-O, ment before she said, "Yes, 'I did. Sybil was silent for a moment,
show her the world she melts into his
arms with an affirmative answer.' Sybil Karl's smile was untroubled. "Ah? then said, "You're not going to be
notices that he never mentions marriageto I am glad he found you. I sent him married for at least two months?" Lovely Curtains

Joan, but Joan defends him. Eric after you. I forgot to mention it "That's right. Sybil, what's the m I IWft

Strom' seizes an opportunity to try to last night. when you got back to- the matter with you? You act so mys- Simple! to Make
make love to her, when Paul Sherman office." "
terious lately. Is anything wrong?
walks in and knocks him out with one
Joan's eyes widened. Karl had "Not a thing in the world," Sybil s -
blow. Karl sends Joan with a packageto !
the freighter captain. Paul follows. sent Paul, after her? Certainly Paul denied. "I just wondered, that's XX/'HAT could be more charming s ?

He takes her to a hotel grill. had not given her that impression. all." than these fresh, flowing cur

Now continue with the story. "Don't' you believe me?" Karl Joan could not worry about Syb- tains of white organdie, crowned BETTER WAY
it asked softly and Joan felt the color il's meaning now. She could not with artificial flowers! OF NAVIGATINGWAS !

CHAPTER VII ,rush into her cheeks. worry ab'out anything. Karl wantedto You can make them easily your- I/ MACE

: Karl, however, did not seem an- marry her! His ring gleamed on .self-ruffles, swag and all-with a fPOSSIBLE

"Listen to me, Joan!" Paul said gry. He paid the check and together her white hand! She could scarcely few professional hints. BY

In a low voice. "You were right. they walked to where he had wait to see Paul Sherman and tell JOHNHADLEY
parked, his car. him the good news, but Paul did j ? \
c I have been following you but only -- IN 1731.
for your own protection. You don't It ,was not until they reached the not appear at the Club Elite that HE INVENTED,
know what you're getting into. I've beach that Karl stopped and said night or for several nights to come. "' THE

tried to warn you but you won't And then one night, as Joan sat 7 '; r g OCTANT
listen." alone in the office'typing, Paul Sherman FORERUNNER :
made an He was OF THE FAMILIAR :
5 "You have never said anything except appearance. '
that I wasn't the type to work as good-looking, as debonair and t ki: SEXTANT.
4 in a night club.' In spite of her an- cheerful as ever. 1""..

noyance, she felt compelled to lis- 1r "Did you miss me' ?" he inquired,
ten. grinning at Joan. "Karl sent me

"There are some things I can't out of town." } '. : : jt THE BETTER WAY TO TREAT

tell you, but you must trust me. Do Joan smiled. She was going to 'r rr'u COHS7IPATICM DUE TO LACK OF

you think I'd be risking my own position enjoy telling PaulHe had beenso PROPER'BULK IN THE DIET is TO

this way if I didn't feel that sure about Karl, so prejudiced."Not CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE

it was terribly important?" much," she informed him 'r 4 TROUBLE WITH A

Silently she stared at him. airily. "A lot has happened while DELICIOUS CEREAL,
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"I know you think you're in love you were gone. KELtOCG'SAU.BRAM.
"Such as what?" J, EAT r, +
with Karl
Paul went on quickly.
"Karl and I are going to be ,mar t. IT EVERY DAY
"But if he is sincere, Joan, whydoesn't .' I
ried," she said proudly. AND DRINK PLENTY '
he ask you to marry him? 1 ?
Isn't that proof enough that there's F
something wrong 'with the picture?" Paul's expression changed. He ad- ,
vanced towards Joan's desk }
His steady brown eyes gazed into repeat-
hers.. She twisted her hands nerv- ing incredulously, "Do you mean Spring Style Wears Corsage!
that Karl Miller has asked you to
ously. Paul's words had quickenedthe him?", Simple, with our 32-page Instruction
doubt in her own heart but she marry booklet to guide you I Shows with diagrams
said calmly, "I don't see that it's There was something in his face and pictures, how to make swags
any of your business." that took the joy out of her an- and cascades fitted valances French
I nouncement but she said calmly, pleats, cornices and many lovely curtain >f: IN BUSINESS FOR YO'Sff i HEALTH ="(
He smiled wryly.uI'm only using and drapery styles. Send your order to: T"< BRACKING 8'
"Yes! You about Karl.
were wrong
that as an example to prove to iC
j. "I all he L eiLnM9 I
was right, agreed
you that, Karl Miller'tis not on the Paul Sherman's warning had disturbed wrong"I READERnOMESERVICE 3 .arc : S I
savagely. suppose'nothing I can
level. Believe me, I don't go around Joan. Paul had said that Karl, will make difference." 635 Sixth Avenue New York City r Since 1868Ir?J ;n1LL :
meddling in ,other people's affairs would never marry her. say now any g In the Nations SpaHOT o I
without Joan smiled. "That's right." Enclose 15 cents for your copy of \

The sincerity in his voice was unmistakable abruptly, "I know what you're think- "When, is the happy, event taking AND DRAPERIES. > "A"
as he continued, "I can't ing, Joan! place? Name.....'..........................."
She stared straight ahead into the "In about two three months.
tell you now what that reason is. or Address..............................
All I can do is to warn you that blue waters of the Pacific. She did We're going away on a long honey

p.! Karl Miller will never marry you." not know what to say. moon." DON'T LETCONST
,; Her voice was ragged with alarm. "You are wondering," Karl Mil- "Is that so?"
Honored in Life
\ "How do you know? What right ler continued, ,"why I don't ask you Joan was really annoyed"with him PAJIOt

have you to say that?" to marry me." now. The least he could do was ad-
Paul went on, "There's no use Her heart beat heavily. She could mit he had been wrong. For having destroyed the Span- SLOW YOU UP

kidding yourself, Joan! If you don't not bring herself to meet those pierc- "Well, it's your funeral, my girl!" ish fleet in Manila bay'on May 1, When bowels are sluggish and you feel
Paul said and his hat 1893,' George Dewey received a irritable, headachy and everything you
believe' me, why don'tyou ask him ing blue eyes. jamming do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
and find out for yourself?" ."Joan!" down on his head he. bolted out of. score of honors and decorations, FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewinggum

Joan raised challenging I green She felt his hand strongand: warm the office. among them being his promotionto laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
A eyes to his. "All right! Maybe I over hers. Joan smiled as she turned backto the rank of full ,admiral, .the MINT before you go to bed-sleep without
being disturbed-next morning gentle,
her work. third in the of the United
will! "Look at me!"' he commanded. Perhaps Sybil had history thorough relief, helping you feel swell
Blindly she raised her to his. been right. Maybe Paul was in love States navy. Congress also passeda again, full of your normal pep. Try
Paul Sherman's warning had disturbed "Will ?"eyes with her. 'But certainly had a law permitting him to remainon FEEN-A-MINT.,Tastes good, is handy
Joan. Paul had said that you marry me peculiar way of showing it. active duty for the rest of his and economical.A generous family supplyfEEtd.AMINTcoitso
She could not believe it. She staredat
Karl would never marry her. Why? Sybil seldom mentioned her sis life and he was even discussed as
him as though she had not heard.
She was awake early the next ter's approaching marriage. She a possible presidential.candidate.
"No ? You do not love
morning. Lazily she watched Sybil answer was behaving strangely these days
dress to leave for. the beauty shop. me? saying little, staring into space for
When Sybil had gone Joan tried "Oh, Karl! Of course I dol"! long periods. .

t to sleep but it was useless. At nine "We can't be married for two or And so ,life moved on triumphantly I

o'clock she rose, dressed, and dranka three months yet," Karl said. "I until the week before Christmas.It LADY; REMEMBER, WHEN

glass of orange juice and a cup. of want to get, the club going first. was a rainy, windy winter day '2\ YOU BAKE AT HOMETHE
coffee. Then we'll take a long honeymoon,. and San Franciscans thronged the C __
Shortly before ten she left the maybe to South America. Would shops armed with umbrellas and (_.. ) ONLY YEAST WITH ALLTHESEVITAMINS

apartment and went downtown. To that make you happy?" golashes. The stores were open at *

satisfy her curiosity she walked past Tears trembled in her green eyes. night now and Joan found herself elbowing (, (J IS

the shop where she had been em- "Happy? I'm so happy I can't her way through the crowd. (t FLEISCHMANN'SC.SOGLOW

ployed formerly by Arthur Mulford.It speak." She had dined downtown prepara- __

was vacant and a For Rent sign "You must learn to trust me, tory to buying Karl's Christmas
hung in the window. Joan! I would have asked you be- present. C oj

"Karl didn't lie about that then!" fore to marry me, but I wanted to "Ten past eight!" Joan exclaimed, '

1- she told herself, recalling that he be secure financially.- You under- glancing at the clock on the cor- C; E.

had said Mulford had quit the importing stand?'" ner. "I'll have to come back to- (rx -
business. "Of course I do, darling! How morrow." r

! Why was she doubting him? Was could she have doubted him? Paul She took a taxi to the Club Elite

i it really because of Paul's warn- Sherman had been so sure that Karl and arrived breathlessly ,in Karl's
? ing? Or because of her own small would not marry her! How wrong private office. f >

A doubts that she _had concealed so he had been! How wrong Sybil had He laughed at her excitement.

carefully the last few weeks? been! Karl had been misjudged by "Does Christmas always affect you

\ As she walked down Grant ave- them all. this way?"

nue, deep in her own thoughts, a "I'll never doubt him again," Joan "Only this one, darling! This one
voice surprised her. "Hello, Joan! vowed as they drove back to the is special."

r What are you doing out so early?" Club Elite. She sat, contentedlywith There was no doubt in her heartas
She looked up into the smiling face her arm tucked through his. his lips touched hers. ,No pre- *Per Cake: Vitamin A-2000 Units (Int.) Vitamin B,-150 Units (Int.)
Vitamin D-350 Units (Int.) Vitamin G-40-50 Units (Sf Bour.)
No girl had ever been
1 of Karl Miller. so happyas monition of disaster. She was com- '
;, "What's the matter, liebchen? You she was at that moment. All pletely sure, completely happy.It All of these vitamins go right into your bread; they are not appreciably
lost in the Ask for Pkischmann's FresHYeascwith the yellow label.
fears had been oven.
look surprised. swept away by Karl'sproposal was nine-thirty when the office

i \ It was impossible to doubt him 'of marriage. door opened to admit Eric Strom. J
1 when she was with him. His mag- When they entered his private of- "Ah?" Karl said, and Joan noticed
i netism banished her fears. fice he drew her to him, kissed her that his voice was annoyed.

r "I am surprised to see you," she and said, "I have a surprise for "You come early: RESPONSIBll6Y.Y fOR
, admitted.He you." Eric shrugged indifferent show

took her arm and they walked "What is it?" Her eyes shone likea ders. "You wanted to see me?"

::1, slowly up Grant avenue past the child's in their happiness.Karl "Ja!" Karl said, rising.

A. shops, into the crowded narrow smiled as he opened his safe Eric went to the cleverly con- who advertises has
r. streets of Chinatown. Karl stopped and drew out a small velvet box. II cealed little bar, opened it and man

'b at a sidewalk flower stand to pur- Snapping open the lid, he took out a ,reached for a bottle. I

chase three waxen gardenias. ring, a magnificent emerald set in Karl glanced at Joan. "Go to assumed the responsibility for suc

"We'll have lunch together," he plain platinum. It was a large stone, the dining room. I'll send, for you

,, promised/ "and take a drive. Would beautifully cut. in, about ten minutes." cess. You would rather deal with a
you like that?" "Oh Karl! Karl! It's gorgeous!" Joan obeyed but she was wor-

As they sat eating lunch, served "An emerald to match your eyes," ried. She did not like the way Eric
by a bland, unsmiling Oriental, Joan Karl said as he slipped the ring on had looked at Karl. Evidently there responsible man, wouldn't you? 1

felt a thrill of pride. The thought her finger. was bad feeling between them. But I
,\ of losing him aroused a fierce emotion Hurrying home at six o'clock, why?

(|- her heart. Would he everK ,Joan displayed the ring to Sybil. ITO BE CONTINUED)

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live.Symbol '
I ioning plan which Canada has just! verted to war uses. I Hall meeting agreed that they of courage. That splendid.name .
The Clewiston News 'put into effect for visitors from the R. Y. Patterson, chairman of the should "undertake this project as e

U. S. If you drive over into Can- county defense council, calls attention a patriotic gesture, whether we Should be stamped with blood and f
ada you apply for and receive a to this opportunity for\ make any money or not." seard with flame '.*
Friday In Clewiston
Published Florida, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, gasoline ration ticket book, which Clewiston, residents to dispose of On the heart ,of every woman and.
Inc. permits you to buy certain "units"of their scrap metal. He adds that 31 Persons VoteAbsentee man.

gasoline, depending upon how those who are patriotically inclined Dare to forget it-if you can!

KEATIILEY: BOWDEEditor long you remain in Canada. The may buy War' Savings Stamps with, BallotA BATAAN. .
"unit" of gasoline is basically five the revenue and thus double their -Don Blanding.

gallons, but the amount may be service to their country.EmbryRiddle total of thirty-one. persons
second class mall matter:
Entered as
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in increased or decreased at any have voted absentee ballot, accord- ...:: ,;.;.:;.-n.T.n: __ -=, .-...-,
Clewis ton, Florida. under the Act ot: time, as the gasoline supply situa- Begins ing to a tally made Wednesdaynoon ,
March 3, 1897.Subscription R. M. Har- VOTE FOR
tion requires. The issuing of by County Judge of

r-- tickets for a "unit" instead of a New' Training Field ris. .
Hate $2.00 Per Year gallon seems like a good idea. The Broken down into districts this BARNEYJ.COHEN !

Adverting Hates On Application. plan would then be flexible; when was four for precinct 1, Clewiston ;
I gasoline is plentiful the "unit" Actual work on the constructionof nine for number 2, LaBelle, three of Orlando, for
I would be increased, but if a whole a new Embry-Riddle training in number 3, LaBelle, five in dis- CongressmanatLargePLATFORM
Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.welfare bunch of tankers were sunk by school at Union City, Tenn., start- trict 4 at Denaud, and ten in dis-

submarines and the supply dimin- ed about two weeks ago and the trict 5, Felda.

ished the "unit" would be decreased new training school is expected to The deadline for absentee votingby

MEM B E R <= r-'rl to further conserve the available be completed, and the Initial classof persons who do. not expect to ,
"w.t\ ... FLORInAPRESSASSOCIA110N VNAUOKAL > supply. a hundred or more cadets be in their voting precincts election
EDITORIAL) ASSOCIATION V) Incidentally we have just learned started in training by June 1, according day is midnight of tomorrow, Friday -

1941 V that Canada uses the "Imperial" to an announcement by the I May 1. / ,a6J'

gallon, and 5 Imperial gallons War Department and released m //lh ohC

equal six United States gallons. Gas through the Union City Messenger, BATAAN FALLS avs

,N:..N N.N...:N1IW. :N:N:..:..:IN..:N.N:N:N...:N:...N:NI may be purchased only from 7 a daily newspaper serving that I i iA
a. m. till 7 p. m. on week-days, and Bataan-Bataan. :

may not be delivered except into area.The field, which will cost about Bataan Falls! Bataan. H 5W

RAMBLINGS the tank of the car to use it. $750,000 in its initial stages, is to Like the tramp of feet on the roadof

By B. B. be patterned after Riddle schoolsin doom,
Speaking of rationing the thought this state and will be built by 'the "
the .
::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: -:..:..: ..:, occurs to use that we ought to use the C. F.. Wheeler Construction cannon's bomber's boom. roar-. like' ., f'

up that pound of brown sugar and Company. G. Willis Tyson, pres- Like the drums' of death the words I
Last week's paper was so crowded that pound of confectioner's sugar, ent general manager of the Riddle command /

with news that this column and the before the time comes to declare Field here, is said to be slated to Men and women of. every land ;
"Boys in Service" column were our supply. Bring on your honey I II take charge of the new field.
I To stop! To listen! To understand!
omitted. Big news last week was bees. .
I I To pulse our hearts to the weary !
the proposal to make "lastic" or
Independents Unite beat-
synthetic rubber here, the closingof ARMY PROMOTIONS ,
Advance-retreat-advance .- re
our sugar harvest, and the tor- On Rubber ProgramBELLE treat. 1. Speedy, victorious prosecution, of :
re'nUal rains of the week-end Lieut. Thomas Coburn Moore, war. :
There is glory in such defeat
previous. (And the least we say son of Mrs. J. W. Moore, of Clewis- i For each man gave of the best he 2. :Outlaw by Legislation strikes and tr.
about those rains the better.) ton, is the proud wearer of one of had lockouts inVar Industries,. ;

You have only to attend a har- the newest pairs of silver "wings"in GLADE, Fla.-A com- Bearded, veteran-beardless lad Transportation and Communication t.. -' !

vest festival to see how the Clew- America. He received them mittee of five representing inde- Gave of his strength, his hope, his: 'for the duration with a 'J
iston sugar area has grown in the 'I Thursday, April 29, "Wings Winning pendent growers of the Evergladesarea life limitation of profits on war con- ';".
past few: years. No matter how j' Day" at the six advanced fly today moved aheadto com- tracts. ': -" !
For mother brother friend and
won't be : ing schools of the Gulf Coast Air plete details of, a program originated "
hard try able to
you you 3. Preservation of American
wife.Unknown Cpa-
Corps Training Center. Althoughthe by the. U. S., Sugar Corp., where- / ; '
call half the people by name. ., /j'
stitutional Government.
us oldtimers'tIlat is a hardship.We I number on the roster of Class by farmers and, the sugar corpora- heroes:' whose fame is ,4. Elimination of waste. :' :;::. :i.
42-D is not announced 'it included tion are to cooperate in a plan to sung '.
like to speak to every Tom, 5. Mobilization of all resources for ,- <-*1
Dick and Harry and inquire about 41 men from Folrida. I supply ten per cent of the nation'ssynthetic When "Bataan" is uttered by any the War Effort. >./J)

Martha and the kids. But those The class is known to be the rubber needs. i tongue. G. Extermination of all Fifth Col- .. '/.J;
days are gone-it's o'tJ.e: of"the signsof largest class of flying fighters, ever The committee is to report back Take those banners from wounded -I umn activities. ,,-/ :
progress and growth. graduated from a U. S. training to the Independent growers, repre- hands i ;

center. senting more than 100,000 acres, And carry the battle to stricken Your Vote and Support Will Be 1" J

This year the close .of the har- on the project which was officially lands. I Graciously Appreciated, T. : .j.jI
Lieut. Richard J. Bestor, Camp approved by the farmers at a town (Paid Political Adv.) "
vest season did not clog the high- \
Work and sacrifice, 'hope and give, -' _:
Barkeley Texas, has been advanced hall meeting here last week, whena
ways with trucks, cars and' jallop- That glorious word must forever I ,
pies en route to points North of to the rank of Captain, in promotions formal petition was sent to of- "l
I announced the War De- ficial Washington asking the various .' .
Clewiston. Many left in their own I ,...
cars, of course, but the buses and I partment this week. government agencies "to do ,
the railroad had a much greater Captain Bestor is the son of I anything and everything necessaryto .... j

demand for transportation than Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Bestor of insure prompt construction of To Keep Our Way of Life Use YOUR_ : >""j'

ever before. The buses made four Clewiston and is in the Field Artillery needed facilities and provision for 1-.f

extra trips to West Palm Beachon i branch of the service. Grad- obtaining of ,necessary equipment, '
'" both agricultural and otherwise to i S ACR'ED"RIGHT of Franchise and I. .' .J' J '. .
one day, each. time loaded to uating from the University of :: ; .;>.
I the end that we, the farmers of 'i-Jt.1
the bumpers. And the afternoon Florida, where he was .a memberof 1
train left fifty-five minutes late the R. O. T. C. he entered the the Everglades, may do our sharein ;,,"".'t-ij.'..

one day, although the. ticket seller service as a second lieutenant. A the successful prosecution of the .J,::: .
had begun at 3:30 selling tickets short time ago he was promoted to national war effort."

for a six-o'clock train. First Lieutenant. The project contemplates the Vote y GauA :
planting of 100,000 acres of sugarcane .,
I I ";r v ''y Creek, Osceola ..." \
sweet potatoes and peanuts, / ry ..:.".
That is rubber rationing and the Riddle Field Wants I '
I from which materials for lastic can County as was his )"
prospects of gasoline rationing for T d ..
ues .
you. This brings' to mind'the rat- Current Magazines 1 be produced. The crops would havean ay f at 1 ler-Ihs Grandfather <': ..
, annual evaluation of 60,000- ,} ,
came to '..
000. %:; 1/ ,.
For A :>'; ,
Florida in 1830
\ :"SOWDY FOLKS! Squadron Leader George Burdick, Half the acreage would be operated 4' .',:.j.
-. of the British Flying Training by independent farmers and half from Georgmmerchant-,
I CERTAINLY WILL School No.5, asks the News to by a subsidiary'of the sugar corporation . 7
'"1'- APPRECIATE YOUB make public the request of" Riddle according to the plan presented A retail ;!t
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VOTE" Field for current by Clarence R. Bitting, presi- \
If.. magazines for tiw for 40 years in t ; :
its reading room. dent of the sugar corporation, "
which offers to, lease the land for Kissinunee: and ,. <
.,. Anyone wishing to share their ....
r" \ and personnel at the Field 'are rereading processing plants :and operate themat f S F Dade County .. ,.........

material with the cadets cost without profit for the war a > (',':,':,,7
/ -' quested to leave these magazinesor period. The $75,000,000 project w
fky.tii ::
books at the Inn, where they. would mean creation of a new ,j.
will be picked up promptly and agro-industr"l! 'on'mfor th' -

taken to the Reading Room at the Everglades, with employment of :

x: field.A. 20,000 haads of families and erec- Ernest: Overstreet ,
tion of a dozen industrial process-
little .
forethought the
r I on part ,"'- .
: of Clewiston residents will provide ing plants. "

I I plenty of entertaining and worthwhile Synthetic Everglades rubber : For Congressman-At-Large ..
I Iw..kr&1 i reading matter for the field. would be produced from carbohy- ; ,
drates from coal and oil. The cost i. .

Harry Bier Leaving Inn would be about on a par with the :-'tHe will serve ALL Florida as he did for SIX years in
more familiar method, according I '
-,*" ,_ the ,State Legislature
After Four Years Here ,'. .' :'. ,.
Copies of the resolution approved :' "

;:i;:!::< ( : ;,:";, )lN., ., t : th'llii .,;.: by the farmers were forwardedto ,.A."*'.VOTE'. FOR OVERSTREET. IS A VOTE FOR YOURSELF .>.
I 2 u.yk' '"" /> : (1 l:: : Harry Bier, who ,has served as the War Production Board, Of- :i '*'\:'..\t' Y. AND FOR ALL FLORIDA

ltJJ:}r i;r! desk clerk at the Clewiston Inn fice of Production Management, "<*"$. '\:? /
since its opening four years ago, Secretary of Agriculture Claude
t ii!:;::.: tV ; ';r }:,:f ;" "Over the Top' with Overstreet"XlT
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{ {:::: is leaving today for Sarasota fora Wickard, Go;. Spessard Holland, :; ,
if.; ( \f.? f?
liftfAirlf: : : much-needed rest. State Agricultural Commissioner
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/ff. : / Mr. Bier came to Clewiston from Nathan Mayo, State Senator Ernest \ BUY U. S. WAR STAMPS AND BONDS

\;%: M J1; .' i tt Sarasota when the new ClewistonInn Graham,' and Florida's Washington

:W4h;"''. %., ( ( was completed, following the delegation in Congress.:: (Paid Political Adv.)
i,r.. ; j'4i imp'
: destruction by fire of the old I
1 J:::,kytt: Farmers present at the Town
hostlery on the ridge. He has ,
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that he is -
leaving.Mr. --
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',. ,. fJ F$;:TiI; :/.m wtj#: :,, in Bier Sarasota states that for the he will summer remain THJSlS" : :I' : ''tsI.Q- : ].- -\ Q- ': W; p, ," )(P ERE.f [ /J t ,P, :

if: :. .I'Jt.lli I 7:fflh.:; .} <.. but definite.that, his future plans are in- Ji'RYEDJ :iXaJtlif ,tQRi JISIEX.i; ?_ 1IEf;( ll! i4 :"" : -

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::t./". .II:;;;.=':, ''i::,4"@. .. Scrap Metal May For Railroad Commissioner. '.t:
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..' ryJERRY ;. ;' Be Sold At HomePaul (Group One) tt;. .
.: Y::<" $iit. rI i1 ):' ,'< :,

,.. l.g; Vote to Re-elect ,
8:%'. '. Emmerick, who has been

t .; ./. collecting scrap iron in the vicinityof :
/ ;:Wk.>> I EUGENE S. MATTHEWS Jj. '
:/y.W""V.:@ %; Clewiston, for several months, ,
: 'i' f i will .
make a house to house canvassof "' '
7>:; zfik'h:.(? the town Monday, May 4, and '. j He has a long record of able and efficient service as Railroad Commissioner ,

W. CARTER will buy whatever scrap metal is -- and his broad knowledge of transportation and communication :

collected and. ready for him. ;ie- problems is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of first

FDR RE-ELECTION This scrap metal will in turn importance to the State. Vote for him and urge your friends and .

BAILBOAD COMMISSION> be sold by the dealer to a central acquaintances to do likewise. '
GROUP 2 agency and from there will go to )
the government and will be con apolitical advertisement paid for.by supporters of Eugeno S.. Matthews) ; .S

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t Misses Cloyce and Faye Nail ol f member is requested to attend this nights
Lakeland spent the week-end her steady travelling by bus home on furlough to recuperate. il
>- ; L r with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn. The Brotherhood will meet Monday to Portsmouth bring him home from the bas'eat' Well and happy, he is fond of the .'
PersonalsMrs. Maine. While here, parachute battalion. and plans togo
J :evening at 8:30 i
p. m. Everyman he's making
special effort to
Perry explain right back and Jump some more ,j
John A. left
Tuesday foi: of the church is cordially invited to
Shorty Alderman that a as soon as the doctor OK
'- Camp Blanding where he has bee to attend. A good program fellow doesn't have to join the says :
inducted into the U. S. Army, pass- and fine Christian '''fellowship awaits Navy to see t.he' world. -- ",I
J. G. Niblack: spent Sunday ing his final physical; examinatior all who come. Ray Bass writes to say that he '.:

.' with relatives in Lakeland. there Thursday.Mr. The mid-week prayer service is is very well satisfied with the new
*' Arriving last week on furloughwere home which Uncle Sam has
growing in interest as we are '.conf recently
4,. Mr. and Mrs. L.. J.. Heffron, are :: and Mis. James Wynne ol tinuing our studies in I Peter. Get Vincent Oglesby and Louis given him. "My friends can find

.,. visiting in New York. Lakeland, former residents ol:f I the prayer meeting habit. Your Leiter, the former from Gunther me most any afternoon after 5:30at

"' .: Clewiston, arrived Wednesday foi will find' that the week progresses I Field, Alabama, and the latter from Hq. 430th Sep. Bn. CA (AA),

:Miss Hazel Prince spent the a visit with Mrs. Wynne's motherMrs. I much easier and you are happierin Fort Benning. Vincent is: in the Camp Davis, North Carolina**

week-end with friends in Miami. Maud Hare. your work. Read Chapter five I air corps and says the boys work: (Imagine how much fun we have

t and join others in this next week's hard, but they all seem to like it.. wondering what all the initials.
Mrs. G. W. Tyson, Mrs. F. E. Mr. and Mrs.W. W. Chadwich meeting. and the army life seems to agree mean. The mailing list of service

t P Hunziker and Mrs. W. 'L. King and two sons of Tampa are visiting The Cottage Prayer Meeting will with them. Louis was recently boys'\' addresses is just full of

r S spent Thursday in Miami. this week with Mrs. Chadwick': be held at the home of Mrs. V. C. transferred to the parachute ba- them.)

sister, Mrs. Wm. H. Lanier and I Woodward on Thursday morning at tallion. He completed his preliminary -

t Mrs. Blanche Turner spent the Mr. Lanier. .9:30 a. m. training, but in makinghis Yeoman Charles Benson has re-

.u L weeK-ena with inenas in Okee- first real jump he had stage cently transferred from Tampa to

chobee. BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET COMMUNITY CHURCH fright or something and forgot the Jacksonville.

r John X. Montgomery, Pastor proper landing technique. Result,
Wing Commander
K. J. Ramp- The Mary Ellen Dozier Circle of a few broken bones and such. He
ling spent the week-end 'visiting in
the Baptist Woman's Missionary Sunday School-9:45 '
Palm a. m. i. IV1. COUSE
r f Beach.
Society met at the church Tuesdayafternoon 'I Morning Service 11:00 a.
..- m. FOR SALE-The ten acre Mcllroy
with Mrs W. D. Blountchairman Communion service 'and reception farm Counselor and Attorney .at Law
Miss Hortense Collins and .Adolph on old Clewiston road near
i presiding. The cus of new members. I I Benbow Hopkins Building
Driggers attended a singing convention ; Box 1277,
tomary study program and circle'I Sermon topic: "Communion Sarasota, Fla.
I. in Belle Glade Sunday. Wednesdays and Saturdays
L* business was; carried out and Mrs. Meditation in Remembrance.:" I I '
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f Blount served refreshments after- 9:80 to 4:00

\ L,. Myra Miss Rice Maiy and Ellen Mrs.Gonzales O. A. Clark Miss wards. Those attending were Mrs. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..: 1 I FOR SALE Chevrolet half-ton I
V. C. Woodward, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, pick-up truck. Good tires., New
r were visitors in Miami Monday. Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. J. W. battery. W. J. King at Clarence I

-- Himrod Mrs. Sam Blount and Mrs.A. With Our Benbow_ home. Itp. Johnson's Fish
k Miss Laura TMatteson left this H. King. Boys Camp
> morning for a vacation visit, ,with '
FOR RENT-Nice cool room with (Near Hurricane Gate) I

r F 4lk her parents near- Stuart. The Winnie Ayres Circle was en-, ......................................................................................................." four windows. Accomodate one Clewiston, Fla.
t tertained at the home of Mrs. C. gentleman. Also garage, one or Boats and Motors-Guide Service

t week-end Mrs. Nellie in Pahokee Geiger spent the R. Krueger Tuesday afternoon with I News qf the week 'on the service two cars. C. M. Jarvis, Royal Rates Reasonable i

r Elsie Adams. visiting Mrs. Mrs E. M. Cornette, chairman, in I front is. the promotion of FirstLieutenant Palm Avenue. It. W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

charge Mrs. Hodges gave the devotionals -I R. J. Bestor to the ____,_" I
and Mrs. C. S. Waters rank of Dick's
..w i '"& spending Miss Beatrice this week Jacobs here of Miami as the is made "a talk on "From Prison to from 2nd lieutenant to promotion 1st lieu- ..:_...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...

Pulpit. Mrs. W. R. Broaderick tenant was such a recent event that _
: \ guest of Miss Lois Prince. y
f' --- talked "on "What God Hath i his further advancement to a cap- :!: :::
{ H. M. Bryant is Wrought.. After a short business taincy comes as a surprise. 'Congratulations HOUSES
recuperating ..
I meeting, the hostess served cake Captain Bestor.A. :
from an appendectomy
: performed and Colas to Mrs. J. E. Cannon, y y
at the local hospital yesterday. y y
Mrs. H. Burke, Mrs. Ben Bolton, ?
r .- D. Frith arrived
Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. M. C. Wednesdayfor .:: Ready for Occupancy This Month :
Miss Florence Graham spent the a short furlough at home. One
Vowell, Mrs. G. ,E. Wenzloff, Mrs.J. .

h ', past Mrs. week-end W. M. Johnson with her and familyin sister, T. Paul, Mrs.' Broadrick, and Mrs. the year'Senior ago A.'' Class D. was of the a member Clewiston of :f;: 6 .Room (3 bedrooms) . $4450.00( :|::

Canal Point. Waters. High School, and his chief concern : (EXCEPT FOR CORNERS) $;

., BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES I' was whether he could recuperatefast | 5 Room (2 bedrooms) . $4175.00 :|;:
Mrs. Agnes Prange, of Los enough from an appendectomyto y
Angeles, California, arrived Wednesday appear on the stage to receive I .t
The Friday afternoon bridge :: Small down payment, balance monthly :::
to visit her daughter, Mrs his diploma. He got the diplomaand }. .:.
r, M. M. Prewitt, and family. club met with Mrs. F. E. Conklingas hesitated only ,briefly beforehe + at less than rental &
l' The Conk-
.' appeared at the Marine Recruit- ,.y. .,-

turned Bernie from Thompson a week's, Jr.,visit has with re- ling with home lovely was decorated garden flowers.throughout ing mission Station from in his Tampa parents, with to enlist.per- :;: To Be Sold To Defense Workers Only. :+:::

55 his Prizes were won by 'Mrs. Otto
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Now, 35 pounds heavier, he looks y
n i C. N. Thaggard,. in Fort Myers. Larsen ,and Mrs. J.. E. Beardsley. .. y
I for all the world like the color
"7 _, Frozen fruit salad and coffee
bearer on the posters at the recruiting J. E. Beardsley
3 Mrs. John H. Doty spent the were served to Mrs. R. C. Wilson, station. The, Marine 1 |.

week-end; in iAyon JPark.wiith: .' her: 'Mrs. J. E. Beardsley' Mrs.' C. J. Corps has been ta 'wonderful experience I; j" :
daughter, Mrs. Fred Moniso'n, and Nielsen; Mrs.AOtt> Larsenf Mrs. A. for A. D. After his initial : -,',Real Estate -r .., :|
,J., Mr. Morrison. L. Hackett, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. :: -- :-
t r: W. E.:' Dilley and Mrs. training period, he has spent most |; Phone
G. H. of the time on board boat and has :: Hopkins Bldg. 66 :{:
I! Brown. ..
Cecil V. Parkinson, who under I' ,_ seen quite a hunk of this old ;
went a tonsillectomy. "in Tampa world. He has been within sightof :|: Art Lawrence Ruth_ Beardsley :;:
Ii Tuesday evening Mrs. A. W. I
last Thursday, spent several I 'y
e days the Florida coast on the Atlan-

Q, this week at Fort. Myers Beach. I'Lawrence her bridge was hostess club. to Mrs.membersof J. H. tic, but it took three days and :..:..:..%#%.%v%*%*%.%*%.%*VwV.*..****..*..* :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..
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won a pair of hose as first
Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Bogart of I -
prize and Mrs V. C. Woodward
Bloomfield, N.. Y., spent a few days lingerie 1
as second prize.
with their son, Deane Bogart, and
family. I Mrs. Lawrence served a frozen

dessert course to Mrs.. Curtis Thompson -

Mrs. E. J. Smith and Mrs. H. J.I'E. .,Crow Mrs., Mrs.Foy Durrence V. C. Woodward Mrs. G., YES YOU CAN STILL

"" Lehman are visiting Mrs. '
Lehman's Mrs. ......
J. H. Wilson and, Mrs. R. M. -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, F.
Hare, Jr., and Mrs. G. E. Etherton.
:,= P. Reid, in Alexandria, Va.

!' .. ..
MRS. DILLEY HOSTESS Build and Remodel
Warren Brown spent.several days AT LUNCHEON PARTY Repair

this week with his uncle and ,aunt, ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Royal, in Lake
i; 'Harbor. Mrs.: W. E. Dilley was hostess I

at luncheon Thursday: at her home I BUT-the War Production Board has set up certain restrictionssome --
< in the Inn Apartments
C. H. Berner and his : comPli-1 i
sister, menting Mrs. J. F.
.. Mrs. Gorda Collins, spent the is leaving Monday for. her home of which may be confusing to the public. Therefore, if you

week-end in Boston, Ga., on busi inl I
f ness. weeks Chicago with after her a brother visit of, several J. E. want to know just what you can and can't do-see us for accu-

Beardsley and family.
r J' Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lee are rate information.
/ Attending were Mrs. Florentine, ,
:, the parents of a baby boy, who I Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. 'w. C.

was born at their home here 1\lon-1 Owen, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. K. BRIEFLY AS A GENERAL GUiDE YOU CAN -
day, April 29. ,
Bowden, Mrs.
r 1 George Burdick and
Jl Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford.

Navy, now stationed in Jackson GARDEN CLUB PLAY THE COST IS NOT OVER $:>00. ..;-
ville, :
was visiting friends here '
: .':- .--;. \

Sunday. _. The sixth grade Garden Club will 2. BUILD ANY FARM: BUILDING, OTHER THAN RESIDENCE, WHERE.,COST

present a play next Thursday night DOES NOT EXCEED $1OOO '
Mr. and Mrs.
I. D.: Leydig haveas
8:00 in the high school audi-
their guests for a two months'visit torium
r S their daughter, Mrs. P. W. Cousin." entitled The play"Our is being Country directed 3. MAKE ANY REPAIRS'OR DO ANY MAINTENANCE WORK NEEDED TO

DeLozier, and children Marion and by Mrs. J. Vaughn. Admis- PUT ANY BUILDING: IN SOUND CONDITION, PROVIDED DESIGN OF

Billy, of Connellsville, Pa. sion will be ten and twentyfivecents. STRUCTURE IS NOT CHANGED. UNDER THIS HEADING-WOULD COME

Mr. and Mrs. A. .
Mrs. James M. Winn accompanied
J. M. Winn to Miami forthe LADIESID TO MEET '

week-end. Mr. Winn is stationed I
(;:-. at the Key West base. The Ladies Aid Society of the 4. IOU. CAN ,BUILD OK REMODEL, ANY STORE, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL,

Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs. S meet at the 'Community. Center May OTHER THAN THAT A LL11IT' OF $3,000 IS PLACED ON SUCH


Garden Clubs held in Hollywood FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
IS UNDER $;)000.
[ .. this week. TI. C. Meador, Pastor

v! Mr. ,and Mrs.--Gideon H. Brown Sunday School-9:45 a. m. NOW IS THE TIME TO DO Si) :WORK: Please feel free to

are parents of a baby boy who Morning
\ ( arrived Worship-11:00 a. m. :
Saturday, April 25. The baby Training Union-7:15 p. m.. discuss y'6ur building problems :w'th' us without obligation:

weighed% pounds and has been Evening Worshil-8:30 p. m.

"' named Gideon Hayes, III. The deacons of the church will i f Our, Telephone Number Is 88.BishopWilson ... .
!"> have their regular meeting Sunday
A. D. Frith, of The U. S. Marine afternoon at 2;30 p. m. All dea-
,.' Corps, is spending a short furloughhere cons are requested to attend. >

with his parents. A. D. is Following the evening
service of Lumber Co.
stationed in Portsmouth, Maine, and the church this Sunday will be tho
\ is on his first trip home since regular monthly business meetingof
enlisting 11 months
ago the
church each and every


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'Make 'Em Last'-That's Number One Rule Gems -of Thought .. a

IF YOU pursue good with labor -

I For Nation's 32 Million Automobile Drivers but the, the good labor remains passes; if away you

pursue evil with pleasure, the
R E F.Nw I pleasure passes away and the

4 +U ,....wrywy,. / evil remains.-Cicero.

Washington, D. C. a iS Originality is simply a pairof I
WHERE HONOR IS DUE 4 fresh eyes.-T. W. Higginson. ..t.

Although General MacArthur' 4 : V: : They are slaves who fear to speak
spectacular defense of the Bataai For the fallen and the weak; '
peninsula gathered all the headlines They are slaves who dare not be
praise and honor is also due othe:l a. In the right with two or three.
high-ranking officers who kept up th_( -Lowell.If .
unspectacular but very necessar wrinkles must be written
part of the defense. upon our brows, let them not
One unsung hero who has done be written upon the heart. The
great job is Maj. Gen. George F spirit should not grow old.- f
Moore, in command of the harboi James A. Garfield.Crocheted .
defenses of Corregidor. Genera:
Moore's anti-aircraft guns bagged sc>> Cheated out of thousands of miles of service, theses 6. Misalignment.

many Japanese planes that the tires failed and were rejected at inspection station be- 7. Loose and badly worn tie-rod ends, king pin bolts,

didn't relish flying over Corregidoivery cause of: drag links and bushings. Slippers _

much. 1. Bad wheel bearings, loose king pin bolts and badly 8..Camber error and loose front end.
Then there is Brig. Gen. CharlesC. vorn tie-rod ends. 9. Excessive side drag. Gay in Rug Cottony

Drake, the quartermaster, who 2. Loose front end.
has the heartbreaking job of rationing Periodic inspection, proper care and adjustment
supplies down to almost noth 3. Bad camber condition; would have increased the service of any of these tires
4. Boot substituting for tread. and fabric. I by thousands, and thousands of miles. The driver who .\

ing.Another man who performed military 5. Toe-in and low pressure. I neglects his tires today will soon become a pedestrian. t"

miracles is Brig. Gen. Albert .
M. Jones. He commanded the "Never mind us. Take care of Drive only when absolutely and oil consumption of your car. ; f
southern sector of Luzon, south of the tires first!" necessary, and then drive at a During the past years a nervous
Manila, and accomplished the seem- That was,the command gasped out moderate speed. condition hit the majority of the
ingly impossible job of withdrawing to two'stretcher bearers when (in a Start and stop slowly, slowdown drivers in the U.S.A. This was noticeable
his beach defenses to join the cartoonist's imagination) they attempted on turns, and park care- in their attempt to get between -
forces of General Wainwright on ; to give first aid to the injured fully to keep from grinding off two points in the shortest
Bataan. occupants of a badly wrecked the tread and nicking the rub time possible. They sped from one

Then there is Gen. James R. N. automobile. ber off your tires. place to another without fully realiz-
Weaver, in command of tanks, together The cartoon, published in a na- Use brakes carefully (shift ing that a moderate speed will get
I with Generals Joseph P. Va- tionally-read magazine, may exag- into second going downhill), and them, to their destination, most of S
chom; William E. Brougher, Bradford gerate the situation, but it demon- make sure that your brakes are the time, in as" short a time as if ,
1 G. Chynoweth, William- F. strates beyond all doubt that 1942 adjusted so that your tires will they roared on down the road.

Sharp, Allan C. McBride, Clyde A. will go down in history as the year not be worn unevenly. Today, when gasoline and oil are
i Selleck, Clinton A. Pierce, and Arnold when rubber became more precious Every 5,000 miles or so cross- necessary to help win this war, mod-
I J. Funk, all unsung heroes. than rubies. switch your tires to increase erate speeding not only saves you
i Note: General Wainwright should Talk of ,"rubber stockpiles," total mileage. If your wheelsare money because of a smaller con-
i not be criticized for commanding 'crude rubber" and "carry-over correctly aligned and bal- sumption of gas and oil, but also

;, part of the battle of Bataan from tonnage" leaves the average motorist anced, the cross-switching will helps your nation.
Corregidor. General MacArthur, ac- cold. He doesn't understand all add miles and miles to each The accompanying charts, dealing
cording to those returning from the the technicalities behind the current tire's life.Check with tire, gas and oil conservation-
Philippines, also directed the Bataan rubber shortage. But he does know the air pressure of all give you more definite proof of the
battles from Corregidor. that when'his present tires wear out, your tires each week. Have the value of moderate driving than' y
he will be' forced to leave his six- tires and tubes inspected regularly would thousands of words. J 4. ,
MARKET INFORMATION LEAKS cylinder, 1937 Blue Streak standing against future trouble and At a 65-mile per hour top t ; : tip: It.t
Government sleuths are probing.a, idle in his garage. wasted rubber. '- cruising speed, as comparedwith
series of mysterious leaks of impor- The National Safety Council, Chi- Such suggestions will go far in 40 m.p.h., gas consumptionwas

,; tant market information from key cago, lists many DON'Ts the motor- helping you keep your tires as long more than 30 per cent high-
") war agencies.

: On several occasions recently certain .

tained advance tips on importantmoves 75 s W 1SN60 '
to be made by the War Pro-'
duction board, the Office of Price
Administration and the agriculture N4 011W
,< department. W 1J 6, l
.:! ct
i In one instance cotton brokers got p 1a !:.
J wind of an agriculture parity price 45 g3 W 9 TIRE' cotton makes the gayest '.r."
.- announcement 45 minutes before it GAS g 3 WEAR AX- new crocheted slippers-soles '. ::I '

was made public., This announcemeat W CONSUMPTION 'W OIL and all. Get started now. They're .

wassupposed to be absolutely .* 30 F 1z CONSUMPTION 4 b grand for play shoes, too. They're -,',

.; secret until publication. The mar- g u d I effective in two colors and make ';. :
: ket operators not only learned about .J d a( them bright as can be!
i it, but used the information for private V IS a ; j ; .
i profit. .f'
t Q Pattern 7228 contains instructions for '
The WPB order banning all non- 4E making slippers',in a small medium and ".I '
,essential building construction also 0 0 0 large size;' Illustrations of them. and
1S 3S 4S 5S fcj If jy 4S J5 fc5 IS 3S 41 SS 6S stitches; materials needed. Send your or. -
off in advance
tipped to
was certain -
members of the building trade.So I 1

too, was the OPA's action im-
posing a price ceiling on fats and ist, must continually keep in mind, I as possible. But the time will soon er. Yet the average gain in 82 Eighth Sewing Ave.Circle Needlecraft New Dept.York '
.' V oils, and allowing an increase in besides a few important'DO's. If he come when you will be thinking speed was only 15 miles an hour,
'"': wool prices. Word regarding' this keeps on forgetting about them he isI I about having your tires recapped or as the faster driver had to slowdown cover Enclose cost 15'cents of mailing(plus) for one PatternNo cent to _

move leaked out two days before soon without rubber on his tires. ,retreaded. more frequently, and with
the order issued. If 'you of those fortunate greater abruptness.Oil .
i was Checkup by Experienced Operators. are, one / (
i I :. Under suspicion for these leaks I I It is possible that more' motorists persons whose application was ap consumption increases at an Name................................. .V l

IE ,.. '.- are certain dollar-a-year men, who, are going to maintenance stationsto proved by your local tire rationing even greater rate than gasoline con- Address.......,;,;..................... .,
r, :': while not directly connected with I have their tires checked than board, then a few suggestions may sumption when the speed was '. ,

I. : !.:' these matters, were in a position to ever before. (This incidentally, is prove valuable. Recapping, which is stepped up to more than 35 miles "
,: learn about them and to tip off business one of the essential DO's.) vulcanizing a tread surface onto a. per hour. Almost four times as

I .' friends. Motorists there will learn that partially remaining tread, and re much oil is used at 65 m.p.h. thanat Double-Purpose .. : i
-", treading which stripping old
their tires are unsafe (alas!) if the a 40-mile top cruising speed. The
I ;: tread off the tire and replacing it .b:
I \ MERRY-GO-ROUND fabric, breaker strip, or outer body difference is even greatef when acar Laxative Gives .
':. .r C. As early as 1939, General "Hap" ply is exposed. Also that if the tire with a new tread and vulcanizingonto is equipped with an oil filter.If .- ; .
f f:" Arnold, chief of the air corps, told the casing, is done with the :
.", has cuts or snags greater than an you want to be a safe driver More Satisfaction ;
k .: officials of the Insular Affairs bureau inch in any direction and deep greatest of economy and safety and also conserve gas, oil, tires,
r.\ '., that if he were an enemy he would enough to expose body fabric, it is when the following rules are remem- besides lives of other motorists and Don't be satisfied Just to relieve your, : x'''..
,like nothing better than the assign- bered: present constipated condition. Meet : ;'--
( then in the unsafe condition. Furthermore pedestrians, remember these few .
ment of bombing Pearl Harbor. He Use only tire cases which haveno this problem more thoroughly by.
if the tire has a bulge it rules for driving today: toning up your Intestinal system., .
.c, pointed out that the navy was always is to for cracks_ punctures or flaws. For this Dr.llitehcock's '
V dangerous use, patches or Start early on each trip so you Double-Purpose, use
; huddled close together in the Recap tires that are not worn All-Vegetable Laxative '
boots are not sufficient protection.Then to destination without
: ,harbor, that the harbor's mouth was through to the, cords of the casing.Don't can get your Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa- .'.
too, another way to learn if using excessive speed. tive. It not only acts gently and ; '. .
*: narrow, making it difficult to get the tires are unsafe is either to look allow anyone to recap or Drive at a moderate speed suitedto thoroughly, but tones lazy bowel .
out, and that it was a perfect target retread your, tires unless he can satisfaction. &' t,
over the wheel and tire yourself, or the conditions of the highway on muscles-gIving more \ _
for an efficient air attack. meet a high standard of workman- Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative. Powder '
have the garage attendant see if which you are traveling. Don't pass :
4 (l The Truman committee is investigating bolts, nut or lug are bent cracked than the number helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour \, ;
ship.When any more cars you Gas Headache and that '. ,'.
: Vk: sensational decide on a certain shop
charges the you
by or if the rim or wheel flange is de observe passing you. dull sluggish feeling commonly referred .
V Long Beach (Calif.) Independent fective. to retread or recap your tires be Speed up gradually.,but 'shift from to as Biliousness,when causedby .
> } '' that southern California airplane Then after you have made sure sure that their' services are reliable, one gear to another as quickly as Constipation. Use only as di- '''.
,'I factories and shipyards are far behind that your tires and wheels are OK, their material the best available, possible. Slow down gradually. rected. 15 doses for only lOco Large V ,
i r ., schedule, having been delayed your next best procedure is to get and the workmanship as good as, Warm up the motor before driving family size 25c. Adv. : r

'-': -- by cost plus charges, slowdown tac- yourself in the habit of using wartime or better than, any other shop. reduce speeds 'on grades ( .

./: tics, arbitrary union hiring, extortionate driving rules to conserve your Checking on Gas and Oil. against headwinds and keep FOR QOICK

'oJ:" initiation fees, farcical in- tires as long as possible. Once you have begun to follow your car tuned up for greatest RaJ; fa.
'c spections. It is also charged that Here is a list of rules, compiledby these rules and suggestions for your economy.Be A D.e o \.

one plant, scheduled to be in full the safety council. You, of tire protection and safety you should smart by being thrifty with no ,-,.
x A Soothing V
production last June, is far from course, can add to them. center your attention on the gasoline gas, oil, and automotive material. ANTISEPTIC S R Iv & -
even fractional production. Mean-
while Used by thousands with satisfactory fe'suits
local plants stand empty for 40 years-six valuable ingredients ..,
awaiting government orders. CHART 2. TESTS ON CONCRETE STATE HIGHWAYS IN IOWA IOWA ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION : Get Carboil at drug stores or write. '-. .
Spurlock-Neal Co.. Nashville, Term.E -
C. New influx into Washington is the 160
Australian War Supplies mission.. o z "
a; :' About 180 of them are coming to a ISO AVERAGE COST OF ,4L = ss AVERAGE SPEED OBTAINED =- ii'.,""' ".,;;;>,c.'.; > ,_,"'": ,::,:,,".-.-_. :"c" ,.'.".
: C Although a Democrat, Congressman oW 140 fOR )
;V'V '. Vincent Harrington of Iowa 10,000 MILESr o SPEEDS YOUR ::6)
V made the Republican Lincoln: day i 130 w GOOD Willi
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; address at LeMars, Iowa, last o ,
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:f .. C A government filing clerk found 7 :: The manufacturer or = ,
V' V the name "John Bull" mentioned in ct 7 :: merchant who advertises ::
i \" correspondence on lend-lease aid to 110 ;; JSj :: makes public the = V '
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I 5"4' C. Congressmen are alarmed by the tU' uis by giving good values ,
: threatened paper shortage, which 3S 4S Sf 6S Jf 4; JS fcJ and services. -_ "-
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.". FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942 :.l

NNNNNNNN MNNHNNMNNNNN:NM NNNNN NNN:*vvv%**;**? THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: defendants and. the cause proceedex preciated. .
THOMAS A. GREEN, if living, andif
: parte. G. E. ETHERTON. -' '
} dead, all parties claiming Interest The Clewiston News, a newspaper (Paid Political Adv.) ,
under Thomas A. Green, Deceased, or of general circulation printed and 1
TOO LATE TO' :f_: otherwise the last known address .of published In Hendry County, Flor-
said Thomas A. Green being: 3022 Que ida, is hereby designated as the
Street Washington, D. C., and if the newspaper in which this order 'shall : FRIENDS AND VOTERS OF
said Thomas A. Green be married, be published once a week for four HENDRY COUNTYI
the wife of said Thomas A. Green, consecutive weeks.
CLASSIFY whose name is unknown, and all WITNESS
my hand and the of- announce my candidacy for reelection -
parties claiming any interests in and ficial seal of the Circuit Court of to the office of State Representative -. "

.. .' to the following described lands in. Hendry County, Florida, this 2nd day from Hendry County with
if i .: Hendry County, Florida: of April, 1942.OFFICIAL full knowledge of the duties involvedand
:' "Section Six (6), Township Forty- ( SEAL) with the belief that experience
eight (48) South of Range Thirty- WILLIAM T. HULL, gained in previous service qualifies '''
By RUSSELL.KAY t two (32) East, Clerk, Circuit Court of me to perform such duties to the
as the heirs, devisees, legatees, Hendry County Florida. benefit of Hendry County and the
grantees or otherwise, by, thru or Fred H. Mellor, Fort Myers, Fla. State of Florida at large.
President Florida Press Association :;;: under any of the said defendants: Attorney for Plaintiff. I pledge a continuation of sound '

.'. .. .. .. .. .. .. .-.. .. .. .. .. ..............................................'.'...'.'...'.'...-.'...-.-...'.-...-.-...-.-...'.'...-.-...'.'...'.'...'.'...'.'....'...'.'...'.'...'.'...-.---.n.n..7.....................-_..'. the It above is hereby named ordered defendants that each appearin of April 3, 10, 17, 24 _and Hay 1. appreciate constructive your representation consideration and of will my .. r
the above styled cause on Mon- candidacy on May 5th. ..:
Buried in the rich soils of our plan could be put into actual operation day the 4th day: of May, 1942, a Rule ELBERT L. STEWART. ".
day of said court, at the office of (Paid Political Adv.)
Florida Everglades are limitless Mr. Bitting stated that if the Clerk of the Circuit Court of POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS

quantities of products urgently given the "green light" now, so Hendry County: Florida, to answer : i'
the bill of complaint filed herein the
needed in the successful promotion as to take advantage of the coming same being a bill for the foreclosureof I FOR COUNTY \
of the nation's war effort, planting season and constructionof a mortgage upon the above described DISTRICT NO. 1 ,,
lands; otherwise the allegations _
Lastic (synthetic rubber), plas- necessary buildings and housing of the said bill will be takenas

ticizers, oils, waterproofing and facilities, it would be possible to i I confessed by said defendants and. FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER NO. 1 for This the will announce my candidacy
the office of
cause proceed ex parte. 'County Commissioner :-J:
j td coating materials for the protection get the plant in operation by Jan The Clewiston News, a newspaperof from District No. 1. _-".;

of mechanized equipment, ma- uary 1st, but if delayed'beyond the general circulation printed" and This will During my eleven years residence ,:_,
announce my candidacy : in Clewiston ,'
published in Hendry County, Florida, for and constant contact
terials needed in the manufactureof present planting season another re-election to the office of county with its '
is hereby designated as the news- commissioner people I believe that I am ,-
would be lost and it paper in which this order shall be No. 1, subject as familiar with the problems of the '
raincoats, wading suits, balloon year was hoped to the will of the voters in the May. district
published once a week for four consecutive and county as anyone in the ,
fabrics, pontoons, lifeboats and the government would give the mat- I weeks. Primaries.I I district and promise that, if elected, :,
ter consideration and WITNESS my hand and official am now serving my first term as I I shall administer the business of -:,
rafts, gas masks, tarpaulins, air- prompt take commissioner of this district and Invite .
the '
I office with
seal of Hendry County Circuit Court, fairness and honesty.
plane parts, lubricants and many favorable action at an early date. this 2nd day of April, 1942. the public to make a close inspection I Your vote on May 5th will be sin'h
other things. The entire State of Florida would (OFFICIAL, SEAL) member during my this record time.as a board cerely appreciated. .

A Working with the United States benefit tremendously' by the estab- Clerk WILLIAM of the Circuit T. HULL Court, Your support and vote will be ap- I[ (Paid Political, PARKER Adv.) T. WILSON., ,.:..11

the lishment of this great agricultural- Hendry County, Florida. "
t Department of Agriculture, industrial development. It is imperative Fred H. Mellor, Fort Myers. Fla.' _. .... .. -- .-.- ---.- -

United States Sugar Corporation, Attorney for Plaintiff. ,.. . .. ,
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that we impress upon our April 3, 10, 17, 24 and May 1. -- -
through its research laboratories,

has successfully developed formulas Florida congressional delegation,

for the production of these and as well as governmental agencies ORDER OF PUBLICATION .
concerned, our desire for prompt ':" ?%' :r. 7:;:: '::<''W"'ff-7." .,.
many more materials from sugar 4y::::.k.;: :?tw NM;:>, : (
action to the end that Florida may IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT IN AND
cane, sweet potatoes and pean'utswhich America justly
make use of her rich resources in
can be grown ,abundantly in CHANCERYCase
the the essential production of critical No. 730 <. ,t,., proud of these sea
Everglades. THE FLORIDA LAND AI D TIMBER ':'::" <'/."
.' war-time materials. y'':'<<' M ; 7 and air sentinels
If a proposal made by Clarence COMPANY,
Another great contribution made A Corporation,
I R. Bitting, President of the Sugar Plaintiff

Corporation, is looked, upon with by the United States Sugar Cor- versus y; v/.fir Fh %Y3 fYpn.ip RT4,Jv1} llga y'x1Yt
poration in the development of FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL REALTY
favor by the "powers that be" in COMPANY,

I A Washington, Florida will see the new uses for existing products is A Corporation, etc., Et Als., U.OFFICIAL S. NAVYPHOTOGRAPH
evidenced in their successful Defendants
production .
i immediate development of a seventy- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO':

I five million dollar project in the of lemon grass and other Ethel Pruitt, if living, and it dead,

I crops new to the area employed in all parties claiming interests under U. S. S.
form of an agricultural-industrial
Ethel Pruitt, Deceased or otherwise,
the production of cattle feed and whose residence' is unknown
enterprise that will produce $60- ; SARATOGAAIRCRAFT \
annually cattle finishing. Beef equal in Maud L., Baker, if living, and If
000,000 worth_ of materials dead, all parties claiming interests
and give employment, to quality to that produced anywherein under Maud L. Baker, Deceased, or

20,000 people. : the world has resulted from these otherwise, whose residence is unknown ,- CARRIER
Bi ing's plan calls for the plant- molasses-lemon grass feeding experiments Cedric J. Priebe, if living, and if "

dead, all parties claiming. interests ,
ing of 100,000 acres to cane, pea-
under Cedric J. Priebe, Deceased, or r
Clarence R. Bitting and the Unit-
nuts and sweet potatoes50,000acres otherwise, the residence of said' 'i
ed States Sugar Corporation have Cedric J. Priebe being last knownas
by independent. growers of Kings County, New York;
done much for Florida but what
the 'glades area and 50,000 by the Virginia M. Spitler, if living, and
" has been accomplished is nothingto if dead, all parties claiming inter-
Sugar Corporation-and the immediate ests 'under Virginia M., Spitler, De- I
what will be done if but. givenan
r construction of industrial ceased, or. otherwise the last known
opportunity.It address of said
Virginia M.Spitler
plants for converting these products 402 25th Street
I would be most unfortunate for being Far Rocka-.
into a wide variety of needed way, N. Y.;
Florida if their efforts are obstructed And if any of the said defendants .and of
war materials by means of pro- or frustrated. above named be married, the spousesof we are justly proud our,simple

cesses perfected through scientific the said defendants, whose names

research. are unknown, '. for debt-free
.I MARY PICKFORD TO MAKE And all parties and persons claim- plan acquiring a home.
Necessary lands and building ing any interests in and to the following .
. sites HER' HOME IN PENSACOLAPENSACOLA described lands In Hendry.
for such plants would be County, Florida:

leased to the government at the r--- "The North Half Nth) of Section

nominal rate of $1.00 per year and Apr. 15 r- (FNS) Twelve (12), and all of. Sections ;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ,
-Mary Pickford, motion picture Twenty-four (24), Twenty-six (26),
:the Sugar Corporation would ope- and Thirty-six (36)' of Township
star of an earlier day who won the Forty-four'- (44) South of- Range .
rate such plants on.a strictly cost .
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title of "America's'Sweetheart'" for Thirty-two (32) East; :;). ; .;
! basis without profit for the dura- And the East Half (E1of Sec- United States Defense "
outstanding work in silent Savings Bonds Are
i tion. Of the estimated $75,000,000 tion Eighteen (18) and all of Sec- .
i, the pictures, announced last week that tions Twenty (20), Twenty-eight (28).
i' necessary for project the Sugar
Thirty (30), and Thirty-two of
(32) -
she would make her home in Pen- .
! Corporation would provide one-third Township Forty-four (44) South of Available In Our Office
sacola. Range Thirty-three (33) East, con- .
; of this amount the the
V Her husband "Buddy" Rogers is taining 5,120 acres, more or. less,"
I' ,, balance. As the heirs Devisees, legatees,
' President Bitting points out that joining the naval air force and will Grantees or otherwise by, thru or ,
under the
above named defendantsor
serve as an instructor. He is
,,1 unlike many war industrial activities any of them: .
r making his final appearance as a It appearing from the sworn bill
which must needs be dismantled -
band leader this week before sub- of complaint and supplemental bill
and cease operation after thereto filed in the above cause that
the this stituting his baton for an airplane each of the defendants is a nonresident -
war, Everglades develop-
stick. of the State of Florida or
ment should not only continue but that ''the residence of such defendantis

----------------- ---_ unknown as set forth above; .'

I r its expand products when will peace be as returns sorely, 'needed since- ORDER OF PUBLICATION of It the is above therefore named ordered defendants that each appear CLEWISTON\ FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

! after the war as they are today, in the above styled cause on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEN- Monday the 4th day of May, 1942 a
! and with the need for lastics or DRY COUNTY, FLORIDAIN rule day of said court, at the officeof

! synthetic: rubber no longer urgent CHANCERY.Case the Clerk of the.Circuit Courtof
No. 911 Hendry County, Florida, to the Bill
! the same materials that had been THE FLORIDA LAND AND TIMBER of Complaint filed" against them by LOAN ASSOCIATION

going into this product could be COMPANY, The Florida Land and Timber Company -
A Corporation, A Corporation the same beinga
used in the manufacture of plasticsby Plaintiff, bill for the foreclosure of a mort-

the same processing plants.' versus gage upon the above described lands;

HERMA N.. CLARK, ET ALS., otherwise the allegations of said bill .
Questioned as to how soon the Defendants. will be taken'as confessed by said :c" - -- . .. .

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I livelihood.The r Recruiting officials said the now HOPES TO BE SUCCESSFUL IXi spend approximately $7,000 on sales

,BOAT OWNERS MUST registration of boats for. plan will NOT interfere in any GETTING "POilPANO": LABEL promotion in an effort to assist ,c>i ;

b Military Boat License and the issuance way with the ClassV-1 program growers in moving the crop. f:

I of identification cards is tinder which college students may POMPANO, Apr. 29-(FNS) Limes will be advertised in such "':1, ).'

GET WAR LICENSE I under the jurisdiction of the Captain enlist now to become aviation, deckor Hiram Bakes, manager of the centers as New York, Chicago, !If oJ..
of the Port, U. S. Coast Guard. engineering officers
and con- Pompano State Farmers' Market, is Baltimore and Washington. The >

.FROM COAST GUARDIf The Lake Okeechobee region comes tinue their education, at least un- hoping that he will be successfulin campaign will begin about the 'fO: ;. '
under the supervision of Lieut.P. til the end of the second calendar putting over a plan which will middle of July since the bulk of the

L. STINSON, Commanding Of- year. make possible the carrying of a crop will be ready for market in ;i:f,
ficer, U. S. Coast Guard Base, Fort "Pompano" label seal on all
you have a motor boat of. any Both the recruiting and trainingof or pro- mdi-summer, officials said.'T':
Lauderdale, Florida. duce which the market rz
the candidates will be carried moves over .
size, or any other boat of 16 feet r.JII
When applying for the new boat out under Class V-5, heretofore platform.
secure a new
or more, you
i "MILITARY BOAT LICENSE," in license, owners should bring their limited to men with not less than Already established as the world's NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF BUD "1 t p

addition to any other licenses you boat's papers. Boat operators ap- two years' college credits. largest State Farmers' Market, the GET AND OP HEARING MEETING FOR PURPOSE r' ,
may have.A pearing for identification cards must "The Navy needs men to fly the Pompano mart this year expects to COMPLAINTS
of the furnish three pictures, 'same pose, finest, the fastest, the most powerful -I exceed last year's record. 1.".
preliminary survey the full face, 1 % by l: %". Natur- warplanes in the world-the Bakes believes that an advertis- TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Okeechobee region by
Lake alized citizens should bring their ing campaign built around the Pursuant to Section 3-A of Senate
Navy planes that first
strike strike
Coast Guard last week failed to re- Bill No. 835 relating to Everglades
naturalization papers and aliens hardest wherever "Pompano" label, on a nationwide Drainage District
accurate estimate of the the foe is found, passed by the leg-
vail an must have their alien registrationcards. islature of tho State of Florida at
scope, could do for the growers
Navy Department
a said
: spokesman :
number of boats and operators in Its 1911 session, The Board of Com-
"The who use the Pompano market what missioners
different sections so only one of- Navy needs them urgently- of Everglades Drainage
There is no charge for license or now-today. It wants men of of the "Sunkist" label has done for District has caused to' be prepared a
fice willxbe set up in this vicinityfor budget showing the 'debt service requirements -
this identification cards but you must ficer calibre; men who are physically California citrus growers in pub- of the District during the

THIS purpose.TEMPORARY OFFICE supply your own photographs. Jay fit and mentally alert; men licizing the quality of such pro- year November beginning and ending on the on 1st the day 31st of next day 4

WILL BE OPENED AT 8:30 A. M. sample, photographer of Belle trained .to act, to command, to be ducts. He contends that if so of the.succeeding October and the ,
Glade, has offered his cooperationand leaders." I labeled and advertised, Pompano same has been placed on file In the
MAY 4, 1942, IN THE 4
MONDAY, office of the Secretary of the Dls- i (
AMERICAN LEGION HOME AT will make: a special rate for "Here's a challenge to every : produce would soon become known tract, at Room 1107 Biscayne Build '..
the photographs which you can young American of courage and to the trade and would be demanded ing, Miami, Florida, where the same :
may examined and this Is to
have made prior to completion of daring who is burning to fight for thus bringing local growers bet- notify you that said Board will meet t
This will be the only time the application.So his country! A challenge to ter prices.FLORIDA. at said place on the 19th day of May, .' .
Coast Guard will have facilities in I every A. D. 1942 at 10:00 o'clock in the
all boat owners and man who is itching to see action forenoon of said day (being not less t
the Lake Okeechobee area for this
rators, appear at the ope-j against the enemy in the air-inAmerica's than fifteen days from the date of 4
purpose and if you miss this op- I publication hereof) for the t'
portunity will be obliged to ,Legion Home, Belle Glade, first line of attack! It's CONDUCT SALES PROMOTION purpose of hearing objections and 'l! k'
secure -
you complaints with respect to said bud .
your license and identification May 4, with proper credentials.You youth's first opportunity to be get. t
will not be allowed to ope- commissioned as flying officers of LAKELAND, Apr. 29-FNS- (SEAL)
card at Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF .
Beach, or Ft. Pierce.If rate your boat unless you secure the Navy. With the present outlook indicat- EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT. .'

you operate a boat, or are a license and card. Qualified candidates are to be ing an increase of from 25 to 40 By MARK R. TENNANT, .

member of a crew of a boat, or are sent to one of the new aviation percent in the production cf Attest: Chairman.
induction centers-located at the Persian Limes in Florida, the K. M. THROOP,
employed in any way in the opera- High School Grads.
Universities of Iowa, Georgia, North
tion of a boat, you must have an Florida Citrus Commission plans to No. 316-May 1-7. f.

identification card issued by the Carolina and at St. Mary's: College --------_.. ... .. ':
Can Now Become
I at St. Mary's College, Californiafor -
Coast Guard. three to four months of training '-- .. .l
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When you secure .your new Mili- Aviation OfficersMIAMI devoted primarily to tougheningthem r =: -- -- .. :: ?.
tary License Number, you mus'thave for their .
place in the Navy. ;
it painted on a white card or Fla.-A new plan of ,re- p F
Following this will come three Photo Finishing and Commercial |
board in black block numbers not cruiting under which high school months of primary flight trainingat

less than six inches high. You graduates may qualify to become a Naval Reserve Aviation Base. .. =f
must show this number whenever aviation officers with the rank of
Successfully completing this second :: Photography : f s
you come to locks and bridges, or Ensign in the U. S. Naval Reserve, phase of their education the .
Navy :
whenever demanded.' You must or Second Lieutenant in the U. S. : 24 HOUR SERVICE t

also have your identification card I Marine Corps Reserve, has been approved great candidates Naval will Air be'sent Stations on at to either the :_: Clewiston Photographic Service t: ,

with you at all times to be shown by the Navy Department.It Pensacola y t'
upon demand.In marks the first time the Navy Florida, or Corpus ::: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of l'
Christi, Texas, for approximatelythree +_ Barney Thomas' Gulf, Service Station :
has offered young men with onlya :: .
all other waters of Florida, months advanced flight train- :t
secondary education the f j'I'
that is, along the coast, on inland oppor- ing.
The House With The Red Roof
waterways, canals, etc., no boats tunity to apply for flight training Commissions as Ensigns in the .. X f;
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are allowed to move at night un- leading to commissioned officer U. S. Naval Reserve or Second : ._ :... p :_ .__ ___ :_ tl-
less they are engaged in commerce, status. Lieutenants in the TT. S. lfuinACorps w
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but Lake Okeechobee is an excep- Recruiting was begun in every Reserve await the candidate I -

tion to this,, regulation. Boats can section of the United States April who successfully complete the t.t

operate on Lake Okeechobee at 27. Candidates between their 18th course and win their "Navy Wingsof
night but' they will not be allowedto and 27th birthdays who have grad- Gold." t

pass through locks during the uated from high school may apply Throughout the entire training ,,>. .' >c,'",. -'..-t..J-, .." ". I";.

hours of darkness, from 6:00 P. M. .' In the Seventh Naval District period candidates will be paid in '/ .< .!.,p<\ Let Us :',::\;; :: (

I ... to 6:00 A. M., unless they are they should apply to the Of- accordance with .their ratings. ., ',: .: .i.J Bf, ',-' t.' ,' r'
engaged in commerce, which includes fice of Naval Officer Procurement,
Aviation Cadets paid
are $75
commercial fishing for a 905 Langford., Building, Miami. month, plus subsistence and uni-a } ;; Wtth.-L::: : o ft

---------------. ___________________________________ I forms. Upon completion of train- ,: ,Supply You :.. . ,
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.J ing and :
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:i: :i: Lieutenant in the U. S. Marine :"0-. > -
f / f Corps Reserve they will receive t

..:.. Vote F.. $205 a month, plus allowances., : : >: 'f.
I High school graduates desiringto ;{ -
enroll in Class V-5 obtain C; i
may '

I V ii'0' additional information at any Navy : fit RULED F 0 RMS.-: ,,s'
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:: r Raymond J. Davis :=I Ij' Recruiting Station. _


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: I ;:_;: Elect a qualified man of the common people. South ;:%: .: \ :.-'. .,J/ 1*: '.:;.Cot .'
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Ii ::_: Florida should have a representative on this important :i: Campaigns for State /', HANDBILLS .1: :,' ,k

I :;:: board. He has made good in every walk of -life. He will ..... Railway CommissionWorld ';. \. c' .; : t:.: .. :' ;: ';'; I r.
::: make good on the R. R. Commission., :: ". -,..";;) ''.., TICKETS.'. I

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t War Veteran Receives Strong : :

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::: :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:.-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:: Charles M. Stewart, of Manatee At low ,n .
a price
i .. surprisingly r'r'f
::: County, who recently announced

i candidacy for state railroad com-
f CLEWISTON missioner, in group one, in the f

forthcoming Democratic primary on .
May 5th, has been visiting in Clew- ,

J' i GOLF COURSE i,I and iston campaigning.this week meeting old friends t tt

I : Mr. Stewart is a native of Flor-

i =i_=. f Public I n VI-te d.::: ida peace, is officer 53 years of more old than, and 20 years'is a I Quality Printing 1$ ( i

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!H i :_. .:. of county traffic officer of
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t, ; :f Showers installed in locker :i:: art During served World in the War Navy,I making Mr. Stew-26 PHONE 39 AND f

I .:. ..f.. trips across the Atlantic, and is a OUR REPRESENTATIVEl
f : member of the American Legion. t
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i IMPROVED No Dog at All Might
Prove to Quite Costly
1 &CTF IT' can be esteemed a happiness to live in an age productive -
"How much do you want for that and
SUNDAY of great interesting events, we of the present
r- ILesson big dog owner.?" asked the prospectivedog age are highly favored. The rapidity of national revolutions ,''t

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. "Twenty-five dollars, .sir," replied appears no less astonishing than their magnitude. In what they s ,j P!

Of(Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Union.Chicago.) the dealer* will terminate known only to the great Ruler of events; and

t It iR'X65en1., "And! that small" fellow there?" confiding in His wisdom and goodness we may safely trust the .{

"Fifty dollars. issue to Him, without perplexing ourselves seek that which -i.
.i, Notes of an Lesson for May 3 "And that very tiny one?
4 Innocent Bystander: "That one is $100, sir." is beyond human hen, only taking care to perform the parts

Haw! Phil Baker tells about the Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected The, customer looked puzzled. assigned to us in a way that reason and our own conscience .1!
six-year-old who was tugging a suit and copyrighted by International "Then how much will it cost me "
Council of Religious Education; used by approve. From a letter, written in 1793.
case down Central Park West. The permission. if I don't, buy a dog at all?"

corner cop stopped her and asked
where she was going. THE DAY OF ACCLAIM

"My Daddy and Mummy were
having a fight," explained the child. LESSON TEXT Mark 11:1.11; Luke 19:

told Daddy to to Tim- 4144.
"Mummy go i ND
GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed Is he that.cotneth a p 0.
buctoo, and Daddy told Mummy togo In the name of the Lord.-Mark 11:9. C -

Q) some place else. So, I left home-

nobody's sticking ME with any two. The last week of our Lord's'earthly
year lease!" life had come. "Normally, in

fact almost universally, the last wt
Forecast for 1942: From Jay week of a man's life is'of practicallyno

Franklin's colyum in Richmond, Va. significance. In our Lord's life,
"Walter Winchell will cease to write the last week was the most important '

about Cafe Society because it won't of all, and to it more space is !
exist. Walter Lippmann will write given (in Scripture) than to any one wa

A the best columns' of his life and no- whole year of Jesus' ministry" (Dr. ,.
body will read them. Mark Sullivanwill Wilbur M. Smith).

be drafted into Government The first day of that 'week' found ,? s; 100 SEED PACKAGE Ot euaPErs
service to help administer the our Lord riding into Jerusalem in l, sUPE2
nationwide food-stamp plan. Dora humility, and yet in royal majesty, 1 GiANi

t. thy Thompson will fight it out with to present Himself as Israel's King y
Clare Boothe Luce for the role of and Messiah. We findI. _, yf ;i r
Julia Ward Howe or Florence Night- .sr A e
The King Seeking Man's Help
ingale. David Lawrence will con-
Mark 11 J
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tinue to do his stuff so long as he
can find papers to print it, :after How surprising that the One who
which he will join the USO and work made and upholds all things (Col.

e in a canteen. Raymond Clapper 1: 16, 17)) should have to say, "The Irr1PERIAL
.' will gain in courage and, breaking Lord hath need of him," in sendingfor

:-.. with Roy Howard., will emerge as a a humble beast of burden. Yet : ; : SEAT aa
therein lies a marvelous truth. He
real columnist.
has graciously so ordered the universe -: COVERS o '
that He has need of us and of
Morning: ,lIail"Dear Walter: So
our possessions. That was true in
,chorus girls never become famous- the days of His flesh, when He had ,. ..,... Keep the USE THEy

just notorious, eh? The Winchellyou voluntarily become poor for our \, ,.. ': interior of your
Howz about'Ruby Keeler "
say sakes. In a somewhat different ;: car looking like
Barbara .Stanwyck Virginia Bruce,
r sense, but, nonetheless precious, it i %: new. Coolerfor
Glad Ina Claire and Joan
is true today.To .
Crawford? Go stand in a corner, butdon't ..y summer
I be needed have
by anyone-to MILEAGE
t, get me wrong. I'm' a former
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l Hellzapoppin', chorine, and I have that which can be used-is. always 1 ,t All YOU Do Is Register Your Carl ..
encouraging, but to find that the
. good reason to be nuts about W.W. '
f Protection for You Get These Services free!
I Master needs. us and what we haveto
Margie Young, Banjo Eyes.
give, is truly inspiring. Let us asI? aagN upholstery Your tires are Safd-Branded with
aeMast.d. sp
:' learn to give as readily as the own- .. s Y s,,, rN oeispteerr.N eg rich- @5 your initials to protect against theft.
THERE ARE. MANY examples of i Colorful,
er of the colt (vv. 5, 6), and let I le HYRNa1Rfi ,. ",1q ,ya xu-, You get a windshield emblem
deter headline-writing. We think this is us also learn the important lessonof Issosiseseiia! ; t1i! a N NpJ looking plaid U up assuring you of preferred service.
the best When John a
one of : Masefield ar- 'mry Tse is
:y + Your car given a conservation
rived here from England where he was, unquestioning obedience'taught in ;; ? ;, ,xtl? Tailored fit, lock- .,
poet laureate; he refused to grant newspaper verse 4. "They went their way" to stitched seams inspection.
men an interview So one evening do-what the Lord told them to do. You areadvised
paper ran this streamer: "King's Canary How greaty simplified and glorified of a; K
Refuses to Chirp"-uhich made a better would be the lives of Christian peo- BE ALERT-GUARD AGAINST IGNITION any services -
. story than the interview could hate been. ple if they would thus obey Christ. necessary. 1 '
1 ;. c, From the editorial page of the N. Y. FAILURES NOW You receive '
Post: "If Adolf Hitler captured Our II. The King Receiving Man'sHomage monthjyinspection
Town, which are the first ten New Yorkers (Mark 11:8-11). Thsone STANDARD BATTERY 4 :( r yT'

he would hang? Certain 'names Presenting Himself. as their Mes- .. -' .' .. reminders.
f mil spring to your mind at once. Dorothy siah, Jesus received the enthusiastic -.:. .1 Guaranteed You pay
Thompson? Walter Winchell?" acclaim of His disciples and friends, :& '" : --'--- ., >.1 Replace your weak battery only for FOR YOUR PROTECTION
Ladies,first, of course. who were probably joined by others !>},, .. : -" ': i I today and avoid starting trouble what you wt Safti-Braad
I;:,.," : later. Firestone Standard has order and
who drawn the YOU INITIAU ON YOU* TUB
were by excitement.But .
f heavy inter-locked plates. -0order only
Capt. Patrick' Smith, whose articles the Pharisees did not in f n F F *IXCLOIIVI
't\h\ on Japan were of great benefit (see Luke 19:39, 40) nor did the ) : ', < t to prevent leakage andcorrosion. want. 1UVICJ
i 'to the U. S., is now an American and city, not.even. knowing ,who He was I j h,A:" J .

f ready for any service the country (Matt. 21:10, 11). So it is today; i ;K'" I .,. ,__' 1 As .

wishes Salute to the National some love and praise Him, some ,, ... ..:... _u.J ...........,,-: i low as 7,95 exchange. fr- "ar1ahteip .
Maritime Union: The one Union hate Him, others just ignore Him. rup"
whose members do more than work Of which class are you? x k'
for the country. They die for it! He gave Jerusalem and the nationa START QUICKER HAVE A SMOOTHER RUNNING '

I "Banjo Eyetm": Leona Olsen final opportunity to receive Him.It :MOTOR OR YOUR MONEY BACK KAR FOAM

of the chorus and Ben Bernie's boy, was not yet too late, but it was Removes sludge, >
-t L Jason, have called the whole thing their last chance. Such a time rfotie dirt, grease, film

, spinach '. J. Dorsey's manager comes in the life of everyone of us. -1 '

.1 and the chief arranger bare-fisted it They rejected Him. What do we do? I POLONIUM

1 this week ,. A foreign playboy, But let us not forget that there k-1"4 e r SIMONIZ "
I who told the El Morocco, ,Stork, were those who shouted, "Hosanna," ; SPARK PLUGS Either Kleener
r Fefe's and other debbies he was who 'cast their garments down be- >''" s Special Polonium electrode or Wax 4ge

J from Holland, was collared by the fore Him and waved palms of victory creates a hotter spark,-quicker 1.
FBI as a Berliner Spring is starting and makes your motor Y
and joy. Thank God for their k Chrome PolishEasily
ro run smoother or is
really here. All 3 hatcheck gals at
I holy enthusiasm. Pray God that we refunded. PjTSTc each in .. and quickly ,
Iceland became
brides last week. '
may have a little more of it. We "w" 1)*J sets of 4. applied. 3ge %
I have come to the place where no-
i f Gosh, Yes! Al Bernie says body shouts "Hosanna" or "Hallelu-
I -, you hear so little of John Nance jah" except the church choir-and NEWS AND MUSIC WHILE YOU DRIVE Wool Wash Mitt

j Garner you'd think he was still- they do it only in carefully modu- ',-- .. -.-'. .- a-TUBE over Made your to haJ

I ,:J<" Vice-President! lated, tones. 'l AUTO RADIO 98e
j Our Lord knew that it would not

Journalism's biggest laugh in a be long ere the multitude would be Tz >;;1 49095 Polishing Cloth '
I long time when Knox's
came Sec'y changing their cry to "Crucify "
; w '
paper published a competitor's personal Him," for He knew their sinful L- ', Keep in touch with the news Fine for household /
I : j while you drive. Know what'sgoing use. 3ge
letter to a reader. In which hearts.III. .
I .;,' i on during black-outs. "T i
the rival boasted of he 31
:, many things The King Weeping Over Man's ': This 8-tube radio gives you 10 yds.
j'I claimed he did in the interest of the Sin (Luke 19:41-44). r ., 1 finest reception and has TnWhisk Broom +
nation Knox's paper played up 1 Matic control.
} ....< tone *
the conceited letter with the head- In times of great joy or under un- A 10 broom.

line: "Whatta Man!I" When usual circumstances we are'prone to Long wearing.
Knox saw it'he was disappointed think only of -our own pleasure or STOP GAS THEFT 39ey
our own need.: But with Christ the .
: "The slug 'Whatta Man! was not
I so good," he said 'It should need of the souls of men was never N I L CKING Fender Brush

'I' have said; 'And On The Seventh for a moment forgotten. He might. GAS CAPS A1 ohasmany
Day He Rested!' well have gone on to Bethany to ,. : uses in the home. :+
rest and rejoice with His ,3
l friendsover Positive locking, dustproof, 35cWigWag

jj Sounds in the Night: At La Conga: salem.His triumphal. _entry into Jeru 3; vx;,, '; Yr, waterproof, will not freeze or

t "A bore is a guy who wraps up a t."i stick. Prevents
This constant and tenderheartedconcern 1.29
two-minute idea in a two-hour vocab- theft..
1 ulary" At Iceland: "Since we which Christ 'had for the ., v .. -UO
I have MacArthur and so many Yanks city which hated and was soon to ...
there, why don't they call it UStralia crucify Him; this remembrance of PROTECT AGAINST ACCIDENTS WITH \ >, ,/-.
?" At Roseland their' need even in His brief hour of : -
: "Hey '
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where has Ripley been all your life? public acclaim, may well teach the >' ',<" <: )
In the Cub: "He's gotten to church a much needed lesson. Many Safety Signal /
a point in his career, where the only churches are prosperous, well cared i '
\ way you can insult him is to ignore for, and even popular. They are i 1.98 Tri-Ilail Grille Guard
him" At LaMartinique: "Frus- prone to rest back and ride the crest
trated? She's practically strangling of the wave of popularity, forget- .1 e Warns on coming cars 40$9

1 from her halo" At Spivy's: ting the souls of men and women in Unusual safety stop light: A deluxe guard with heavy 14'
"It's one of those improbable things. need, many of whom live under the Attracts' attention by flashingred uprights and cross-rods. With
Like Tallulah getting stage fright" very shadow of the, church. signal. Can be mounted replacement parts hard to get; _
i. In the Hickory House: "She Others may observe that their cityor easily behind license plate. prevent damage due to accidents;'

uses her eyebrow pencil to draw lit- community is hostile to the gospel -I
tle question marks over her eyes" that men would rather crucify ,
In the 1-2-3: "The gay life's the Christ than receive Him. Andso
worn her out-like a piece of used they are content to have their

confetti" In Versailles: "You snug little spiritual retreat where 'j W P Kv supply ITORi
- can't have everything. Even a they meet to comfort one another
the back has its and to congratulate themselves
friendly slap on on I are invited to listen to the Voice of Firestone with Richard Crooks Margaret Speak and the Firestone
mot, ,sting." their spiritual haven. Symphony Orchestra, tinder the direction of Alfred Wallfnitein, Monday evenings N.B.C. Red Nmvorfc .

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FRIDAY. MAY 1. 1942

'Consumers. To-, -=: I First ..Primary- -

(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from page 1) '
now chairman of the State Demo
'declaration on this may mean a
cratic Executive Committee.The :
lheavy fine or possible imprison two, railroad commissioners JIM

ment. Other questions Asked are races appear next with the veter- : -

In aegard: to name, age, address, 'member of this board, Eugene '

"height! weight, sex; etc. It will Matthews, opposed by Raymond J. \
Davis of Limestone and Charles M.
not ;be difficult and should be car-
Stewart of Manatee County and i
cried ont very rapidly. Jerry Carter opposed in the next 'I

StanIp No. 1 will, take care of group by Harry Burch of Tampa, FRANKLINFor

:sugar 'purchases toI8Y, 16, one, Wilbur King of Wauchula and Bob

pound to each stamp. No., 2 ,isfood Sweger of Clearwater.In .
precinct No.2, this county,
;; from May 16 to May 30 and
LaBelle, Ed Collins opposes J. 0.
Stamp No. '3 is good until 'June 13 Davidson for county commissioner.In '
Thus,' If three stamps 'are removed precinct 3, LaBelle, Paul 0'- ."

from your book because' of excess Baunon and Jimmie Pendrey oppose -
George L. Poole for commis
sugar at hand you.will-not be able
sioner; in precinct 4, Denaud, Frank
:to purchase more until after June .
McClenithan, incumbent, will be
'13 when stamp No., 4 becomes .usa opposed by A. J. Evers and EarlS.

Royer and in precinct 5 the incumbent STATE
ble.The following questions and commissioner, Jim Mad- SENATOR

:answers are furnished by W. M. dox, is opposed by Jesse Thomas. :

Tklartin, chairman of the Clewiston There is no school board race

Rationing Board, which will help in any district. In Clewiston E. M. a -. -
to clarify some points' in regard'to Cornette has the nomination without :

the registration: opposition, A. O. Ward choos- :,, <; .'- ; t1{':" ': /'
Question-How much sugar can ing not to run for re-election. '"
1 get with each stamp?

Answer-You may buy 1 poundof Beardsley Elected-
sugar with each of the first four By voting solid on May 5th for "JIM FRANKLIN," this district -


Question-Can I get the same (Continued from Page 1) will be assured of real and intelligent representation in the
amount of sugar with each stamp? submitted a tentative budget for I

Answe_-fcot necessarily. The the fiscal year beginning November Florida Senate for at least 4 years hence.
ration of sugar may be changed 1, this year, which was tentatively

Prom time to time according to the approved ,by the board and also by .
total supply of sugar in the coun- RFC. According to published
:try. The. ration.. >r each stamp notice elsewhere in this issue a! As YOUR State Senator, he will definitely: ;' %; ;;' ,

will be publicly announced by the public' meeting will be held on May .
'Government.Question 19 for final approval of this bud- ,
:How is each .
--' long.
''stamp good for get.A Considerable reduction has .
Answer-:-T3ach stamp will be good been made in the original amountof I

for the period to be announced by the refunding loan and this loan
the Office o'f Price Administration.The .
amount will probably be $5,300-
time each stamp is good for 000 on July '1 instead of the orig- 1. Back every measure to assist in winning the war and ...

'will be publicly announced. inal $5,660,000 contemplated as

Question-Can I save up the necessary to issue. getting our sons BACK HOME quickly.

'stamps and get all my sugar at one The budget sets out that Interest
'time F
? payable on July 1, 1943, and January -
Answer-No! Each stamp is ''1, 1944, will amount to $212- .
:good for only the announced period. r
Question-Do we each have to 000$53,000 and a reserve must be fund set up requirementof next year. 2. ,fight for the rebuilding, repairing, and extending of

tale our War Ration Books in ..
There are no bonds maturing during ,, :
person to the store in order to buy the period.Estimating County highways. _

'.sugar? ,.. .
April debt service '. "
Answer-No. Anyone may take ; "
collections at $116,50.0 the board 'I
War Ration Book to '
your buy ,
should have on hand :May 19 r*. ,:
sugar provided they are buying $488,000 from which will be deducted 3. Do j
sugar for you. The mother or the everything possible 'protect and. conserve, our _
$215,000 for interest
"father, or any one of the children, on :. .K.
July 1 and $71,700 to be deducted .. .1.1,
or anyone connected with a fam- game fish. "
from original amount of 'loan fora ; 1
ily may take some or all the War \.
balance of $201,300. Estimating
Ration Books to the grocer' to buy
collections of $150,000 from June
the entire household's supply of
through October from which wouldbe

sugar. reserved $106,000 for interest 4. Confer with cattle and be them
Question-Suppose I do not buy our men guided by
on January 1 would leave a bal-
sugar at, all?
Answer-There is no occasion for ance of this of year.Delinquent$245,300. on November '1 I in securing passage of laws .to secure growth and 1

you to buy sugar except as you h
need it. But keep 'your War Ration debt service collec- development of our ranch industry.
I tions are estimated at $100,000and -
Book 'carefully. It, ,may, at a
later time, be necessary to use it the percentage of -delinquinciesat
for other commodities if they are 30 per cent. In the eight

'rationed. zones the debt service levy rangesas 1 s

'Question-May I tear out a follows: $1.50, $1.10, .90, .80, 5. Confer with our present and potential producers of

:stamp and take. it. to,, the store to .30 .10, .03, .0125. 1
buy sugar? The funds for payments of out- and do
standing bonds and Class II credi- sugar cane, everything in his power to facilitate (
Answer-No. Y u must take the .
War Ration Book with you and tors is now on deposit with the and further this important industry. '
I Broward County Bank and Trust
tear out the stamp in the presenceof Company at Fort Lauderdale. '- ... 1
the storekeeper'or his em- -
jployees. '. I

-Suppose I order I Mary Davidson-
ty telephone? sugar I I 6. Seek legislation to improve soil, planting and market- j

Answer.-Before the person making (G.ontinued-f Page 1)

the delivery' can give you the be held later this month and the ing conditions in our farming sections. ....

sugar you must show him the War Clewiston school believes that Mary I ,

Ration Book, or the family's Ra- and Elsie will give a good accountof i
tion Books, and in his presence tear themselves there. I w ij j

out enough stamps-not more than Mrs. Nell Griggsby, LaBelle
7. Insist that
adequate provision be made for the
'one from each book-to cover the Home Economics teacher, and CarlE. care i

amount of sugar you nave ordered. Johnson, member of the Clew- "
Tie cannot give you more sugar iston board of trustees, acted as of.... the aged, infirm and blind. J

than your stamps allow even if it judges. MissMary Neely, local 1
has been sent. He would have to I English teacher, pronounced the 'I
take the balance back to the store. words and Miss Hannah York kept

Give the person delivering the sugar score. 8. Work for i
appropriations schools arid for
proper 's
the stamps you tear out. of the The contestants were introducedby
War Ration Books. Principal Velton Walters of the

Question-What do I do if my'War LaBelle school. Attendance was teachers'salaries sufficient to meet the increased cost )

Ration Book is lost, stolen,I only fair.Fourth. of living. ,( .
'destroyed, or mutilated? : "

Answer-Report the facts to the Class-, I
Local Rationing Board at once. S " :',
Question-Can I send my War I .t ,
Nation 'Book 'home to my family to :- (Continued from page 1) : > '

"use? to prepare to leave Wednesday ';',; ) ; ,'. :' ;':; : ; .1
'Answer-No. Your ,War Ration evening for Toronto, Canada. There I : ;t ,

Book is issued to be used by pr for they will receive their commissions ,,- ,' : ,, .:..;..... .
and uniforms and ; :
return to Miami -
you. The sugarit permits you to :- ;: 1
buy is intended to be used by you for a specialized course at the ,

or by the family of which you area U. S. Naval training school, the s VOTE FOR l'
member and with whom you live. nature of which was not disclosed .. ,

Question-Do I nave to buy sugar by field officers. These two were .
'because I have a War Ration Corp. Bob Lee and Leslie Green-

Book? halgh. James A. ;
Answer-No. The War Ration I Another class of cadets will arrive ra L;
the latter
part of the weekto
"Book ,
gives you the' right to buy ,i begin their training ," ,. .
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certain I
amounts of sugar. If you t
do not need sugar do not buy it.
Question-If WEWAHITCHKA, Apr. 29 ,- ; FOR
my family has
enough stamps can we buy more (FNS-Gulf County points with
than 2 pounds of sugar at a time? pride to the establishment of the NATOR'I-I
Answer-Yes. You first war' industry at Wewahitchka, STATE
can buy as
a button factory where buttons will
much sugar as your family's stamps be made from shells to meet gov-
entitle them to in the period dur-
ernment orders.
ing' which these stamps are valid. (Paid Political Adv) j
Question live in a boarding

ouse. May I have a booK just the BUY WAR BONDS .'
same? .