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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 8, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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t "VOLUME:: IS-NUMBER 25 -j CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAX 8, 1943 SUBSCRIPTION$2.00 PER.. YEAR

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.1951 War Ration Cards Gasoline Rationing Four Commissioners AreReelected

Slated to Begin On


Issued In Clewi ton. Areaii Friday of Next WeekWith On Tuesday


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::> sugar registration behind 0 -

jj Report Not Complete them the school teachers took a I I Etherton Is Winner
Selective Service Office few deep breaths and planned a Notice To Red By _

) On Registration restful week-end before plunging into -
135 Votes Over
Moved to New Location Cross KnittersAll
)) the job of registering car own-
I of Negroes I .
: ers next week for the issuance of
Parker Wilson
: I ration :c rds.
gasoline
r 1951 war ration books were issued -! The office of the Selective Serv- Definite plans'-' for hours of registration persons who have Red Cross I )

t, through Thursday night to ice Board of Hendry County moved had not been made this knitting which was given out ,priorto
I January 23 are requested to Hendry County gave a 17-vote
c residents of Clewiston and the'surrounding -I
this week from the Hopkins Building morning but it'appears likely that lead to Jim Franklin over Bob
please turn it in immediately it .
: area by teachers of the i I
,
I to the Northwest corner of the the same hours as used for sugar the' Red Cross production room. King for State Senator, reelected
local school who acted
i -
as registrars
City Hall. This. is the old Administration registration will be devoted to the All but a few garments have been four county commissioners ,and replaced -
it was reported this
Ing by W. N. Martin, morn-I I Building, directly gasoline registration, from one to returned,' but these few are delay- one, and wound up all races
I north of the sugar office building. six each afternoon Tuesday, Wed- ing the shipment of the whole box. in the first primary Tuesday so
the local rationing board.
! : i I and Thursday. Prof. R. W.
: I The selective service office is nesday Wool has arrived for the knit- that a second primary, scheduledfor
v Registration began at one 0'-1 Turk -said that lie was trying to
: ; clock Monda-/fafternoon:,, ; and continued make arrangements whereby the Chief interest in the Clewiston
at the city hall and turningleft army. This will be ready for dis-
until sIx and during the could be carried on' bya
registration between E.
1 down the corridor. tribution Monday.CONNALLY. precinct was the race G.
same hours on Tuesday, Wednesday -i I fewer number ,so, that all of the Etherton, incumbent county com-

and Thursday. The number of I i teachers would not have to be on missioner, and Parker T. Wilson. .
registrants was fairly evenly divided hand at all times and high school
: Etherton was elected by a vote of
during the first three days 1202 BALLOTS CAST might be carried ,on as usual. NALL IS 298 to 163. Next in interest was

with a decided slump in the nutnber A school of instruction has been the state senate race in which

on the fourth day, indicating called in Arcadia for Sunday and Franklin with
carried the precinct -
I' II that few waited until the last minute IN ,HENDRY COUNTYIN in Fort Myers Monday which mem- NAMED TO HEAD!! 260 votes to 211 for Bob King.

,. to register. The board feels' bers of the ration board will likely Both candidates were from Fort

,that there are few, if any, in the attend to learn just how the gaso- Myers. ,
FIRST PRIMARY OFFICEW.
area who did not receive their line rationing plan will work. Ac- ENGINEER In precinct 2, LaBelle, the count

books who were entitled to them. cording to advance information it was 102 ,to 92 for Franklin, In

There were 586'applicants on will be considerably more compli- ,I precinct 3, LaBelle 132 to 138 forKing
,
A total of 1,202 cast
ballots were C. Nail, for the past several
the first and 584 books
day were cated than the sugar rationing. I
in Tuesday's primary in in precinct 4, Denaud, 63 to
issued, apparently two of the ap- County out- of 1,569 who were Hendry list- There will be five types of cards months assistant area engineer In [ 41 for Franklin and precinct 5,

plicants having had too large a ed as qualified voters in the couu- from the "A" card for strictly non- the Clewiston sub-office of the Felda, 47 to 51 for' King to give
stock of sugar on hand to permit essential vehicle users to the "X"
ty'' wide registration completed U. S. Engineers, this week took Franklin a 17-vote margin. He
them books' until after the period card unlimited
which permits an
was elected in the four-county race
April 18.,, over the management of the Okee-
I covered by the first, four stamps is supply of gasoline for essentialuse.
by a margin of about six hundred
By districts the count was 465 in
I The number chobee-Caloosahatchee project as
r. through. on Tuesdaywas .- The "A, "B-1, "B-2" and
votes, Monroe County giving Kinga
Clewiston 217
jn number two, La-
646 with 631 books issued; on "&3" cards are made similarly to Acting Area 'Engineer, succeedingW. slight majority.
II I Belle, 294 in number three, La-
Thursday there were 532, applicants Belle, 117 in number four, De store trade cards with small unit A. Read' who left last week to, District two reelected '.. 0. David-
and 522 books and on, Thursday sections, each' of which will permitthe
son county commissioner by a vote
and naud and 109f in number five, enter military service.Mr.
219 214 books.
applicants Felda. purchase of that unit of gaso- of 146 to 66 votes for his oppon-
Nail has been connected with
The number, of colored residents For CongressmanatLargeLex' line. The value of the unit will not ent, Ed Collins. District 3 reelected -

who received books through Tuesday be announced, it is stated, until the U. S. Engineer work since it George L. Poole to the commis-
Green led with 388 and
votes Earn-
was 647. Figures for Wednesday est Overstreet trailed rationing goes Into' effect next Fri- started almost twelve years ago sion with a vote of 168, a ma-
with 351. -
and Thursday were not and has served in almost every
jority over both his opponents, Paul
Wallace Tervin polled 163 and Bar- day.Car
I given. The colored people registered owners will be required to capacity during,'' the construction ,of O'Bannon with 69 votes and Jim-
1 ney J. Cohen wag low with 74. By
I' at Harlem and Bare Beach present their certificate of title or the, levee and the deepening and mie Pendrey with 51. District 4
districts counting one to five, Green
,schools. their registration certificate when widening of existing waterways. He
elected A, J. Evers with 66 votes,
polled 137, 74, 103 39, 35Over-
: ... The registration was handledwithout applying ''for cards and will likelybe was appointed .assistant to A. R. ,a majority_ over the Incumbent,
I street 168, 48, 76, 28; 31. Tervin
difficulty by ,the faculty called upon to answer a number Broadfoot when he was in chargeof Frank McClenithan, who had 36
58, 31, 49, 22, 3.
'. I and their one assistant, Mrs.- G. W. H. ,L.- ( 3tibrfng of questions, ,pertaining"to, the the :C Clewiston sub-office and votes and Earl S. Royer, _who had '.
ToitfJ
high '
was
Van Hyning. ,Prof. R.W.: Turk for Justice ; use of the vehicle:' Cards 'will "be has continued in"IhC? position under 14 'votes. District -fS}lected Jim :;=;

was in general charge of the white man "Supreme' Court, issued for each vehicle owned but Mr., Read. It now appears that Maddox over Jesse Thomas by a ',1
Group 3, with 512 votes against '
registration. 'Area included the no gasoline can be taken from one he will be in charge of the office vote ,of ,64 to 41.
Theo. T. Turnbull who took 383. _
South Clewiston section to the T
car and used in another. for the duration of the war at least. Candidates in the elected
County Line and west past Riddle By districts from one through five county
Field. Sebring polled 258, 79, 101, 29, 45 Mr. Nail has been- raised in without opposition were Elbert, L.

.... and Turnbull 131, 75, 107, 49, 21. Moore Haven and his entire, en- Stewart for representative, E.- M.

List of CertificatesFor Eugene S. Matthews was high STATE PRESS GREETS gineering exerience has been gain- Cornette for school board member

l" man in Railroad Commissionergroup ed in the Everglades area. This and H. A. Rider for county attorney. -

Tires Is GivenW. 1 with 333 votes, Charles M. experience has made him one of Cornette succeeds A. O. Wardon

Stewart followed with 320 and RUBBER PLAN WITH the best posted men in the' 'gladeson the school board from this dis-

N. Martin,' chairman of the Raymond J. Davis received 234. By engineering problems and this trict, Mr. Ward choosing not to be z:

Clewiston Rationing Board, makes districts counting from' one through knowledge makes him well fitted. a candidate for a second term.

public this week the list of' certificates five Matthews polled 117, 63, 100, MUCH ENTHUSIASM for the new position.Mr. Stewart thus wins his sixth termas

for tires and tubes given 24, 29. Stewart 188, 39, 47, 25, 21, and Mrs. Nail and. familyare representative' and Rider his

by the board during the month of and Davis 73, 42, 71, 26, 22. planning to move to Clewistonas third term as attorney. Their
t April as follows. : Jerry Carter w m'a big majorityin Florida's press, has not only soon as school is out and will names did not appear on the ballot.

M. 'C. Doke, mail carrier, one the four Ulan race for Railroad greeted enthusiastically, but is demanding -,I occupy the resident engineer's homeon There were only four state races

passenger tire and tube; I. S. Bell, Commissioner group 2 with 627 official action on the pro- the government' 'reservation. on the ballot and these also were_

police duty, one tire and tube; L. votes against Wilbur C. King with posal by Clarence R. Bitting, president -,'I Most of the work now being doneon all won in the first primary. Lex

L. Lowe, game warden, one tube; 200', H. M. (Harry Burch 61, and of United States Sugar Corp., the project is routine maintenance Green won out over three opponents -

G., H. Small, police duty, one pas- R. L. (Bob) Sweger 50. By dis- at Clewiston, that the Evergladesbe but should a decision be madeto for Congressman-at-Large' H. ,

senger tire; Herring and Hudspeth, ,tricts from one through five Carter permitted to produce from plant use the Cross State Waterwayas T. (Tom) Sebring defeated 'T. T.

.. ice dealers, one 'passenger tube for 237, 112, 170, 67, 41, King 86; 43, life some 10 per cent of the nation's I a barge route for oil shipments Turnbull for Justice of the Supreme -

obselete tire; Wilbur Goff, mail 40, 12, 19, Burch 28, 6, 13, 7, 7, synthetic rubber needs. : there will again be considerable Court; Eugene S. Matthews

r carrier, one tube; Raymond T. Mor- Sweger 23, 12, 11, 2, 2. i activity in the way of survey work polled a majority over two oppon-
_. Details of the $75,000,000 program ents for reelection to the railroad
I aers, flight instructor, Riddle Field, I I and dredging activity. '
in which hundreds of independent commission from group '1 and

one tube. Kiwanis Club Plans growers would__ participate.. Jerry Carter won over three'op-

Truck tires and tubes-City of have been told in more than 1,200 Court of Review Is ponents for railroad commissionerfrom

Clewiston, two tires and two tubes, Gopher Derby HereThe daily newspapers of the nation, and group 2. All four of the

Herring and Hudspeth, one tire and makes "the Everglades area major Held In Moore Haven winners carried Hendry County but
one tube, Strickland Lumber Com- again according 'to the
news ,
Green was second in the Clewiston
four tires and four tubes J. Kiwanis Club is sponsoringa .. .. .
pany, :
Lakeland Ledger, which in -- ,
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gopher which says district to H. E. Overstreet of Miami
derby will
be
C. Jackman, two tires and one held part: The most successful district meet-
his closest opponent.
next Thursday night ,at eight o'-
tube.
ing yet held by the GladesHendryBoy
clock at the school football "Certainly the government
retreadsLou= field
Passenger E. Place, held last
o'clock. should give close attention to the Scout District was Draftees
beginning at eight Only Four
flight instructor, one tire, W. ,A. night in Moore Haven, according to
matter-It that this
Much interest appears man
Goff, mail carrier, two, R. T. Mor- is being exhibited W. C. Owen, scout commissionerfrom
in the approaching event. A Bitting is resolved to keep on From NineOf
ders, instructor, 2, M. C. Doke, this district. He describedthe Accepted
shouting until the sleeping giant
number of gophers have been
mail carrier, one, and Dr. O. F. pur- handling of the food and the
Schiffli one. chased by the club to be used in known as the Everglades has been

'L. H. Hall got two truck retreads this and In future races and many fully awakened and put to work at serving outstanding and all other and arrangementsas deserving of the nine men sent by the

are entering their own gophers full capacity. The rich dirt has local selective office to Camp Bland-
and obselete tire certificates
went the commendation of all other com-
which "" been waiting men with imag- for induction Into the
to L. L. Lowe and Herring and they have been "training. upon munities of the district. ing recently
Hudspeth. One dollar will be charged for en- ination, energy and money. Bittinghas U. S. Army, only four were ac
,
tering a gopher in the race and all three and it's possible that More than forty boys appearedfor cepted. Two of these were from

County Youth Reported a' number of prizes will be awarded he is about to get tremendous re- advancements 'and merit badges, Clewiston and the other two were

I ", including a'grand prize of a $25 sults." most of them from ,LaBelle where transfers.

f II 'Missing In Action defense bond. 'General admissionwill "This is no idle dream or pro- the new scoutmaster, Frank Tay- John Albert Perry and Halson

be twenty-five cents but those motion stunt," emphasizes the lor, 'is doing an outstanding job. H. Avant were accepted from Clew-

Mrs. Frank Dana of Fort Denaud making entries' are entitled to two Tampa Morning Tribune. "Bitting, Two Moore Haven Scouts secured iston as were Oscar Lee Williams,

this morning received a telegram free tickets. There will be eight already has submitted the project several merit badges and their Life a transfer from Perry and Robert

I from the U. S. Navy Department races. to the WPB officials and other Scout badges.An Franklin Towson, a transfer from

r I that her son, Edwin L. Dana, was General plans for the derby were leaders in Washington 'go excellent barbecue supper Miami; who has been' serving as

missing in action. He may well be made at the meeting of the clubon ahead' signal now would result In I was served by the members of the athletic, instructor at Riddle Field.

If : ,the first war casualty for Hendry Wednesday night. W. P. Wal- actual production by next January.It Moore Haven committee and their Perry, who previously had been

I: County. ker was a visitor from West Palm is to be hoped government officials wives on the football field and rejected, asked for a ten-day fur-

t Mrs. Dana was requested to divulge Beach and entertained the club will give the proposal most following the supper and the courtof lough to come home and get his

I'I no details of the ship on with a reel of colored, movies taken careful consideration. Surely a review games were played un- affairs in order. Avant did not

: t a which her, son was' serving or the during the recent sugar harvest project which holds promise of der the lights on the field. A feature ask for a furlough and has already

area in which he was serving. He festival. freeing this nation from the de- of these activities was a tug- entered 'training.One .

'was last heard from in New Yotk I 'pendency of lands half-way aroundthe of-war between the Scouts and colored draftee was sent to

'; around Christmas. He was twenty- I globe for a vital product merits Scouters in which youth triumphed. Camp Blanding last week. This

two years of age and had completed SELECTIVE SERVICE OFFICE the fullest and most serious in- Accompanying the Clewiston was Flozzell King, a transfer from

four years of service in the vestigation. Go to it, Mr. Bitting!" Scouts to Moore Haven were Acting Northport, Ala. Others called were

Navy in April. He had recently Now Located at "When this war is over science Scoutmaster Jimmy Wilson, Wm. Henry Harkin who had been
written friends that have Committeeman Sandy Bell and Mr. transferred' to West Palm Beach,
he expected to COMMUNITY CENTER and the brains of America will .
Owen. Thos.: Field, Jr., transferred to Inverness
be' home on furlough this summer Northwest Room' solved many of our problems which

ti t and that If he lived through this 8:15 a. m. to 7:00: p. n.. have been brought about by our and Grady B. Bryant who

war he expected, to remain In the Close 5:00 Saturdays. dependence upon other countries for Buy Defense Bonds and Stampsso failed to show'up to answer the

Navy until retirement.. (Continued on Page 8) that we may help whip the Japs. call.
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7/IrP I L Chinese Train Here to Crack laps I Gems -of Thought ...


LONG
SO as we love, we

Chinese air students are now given the same flight training that is loved serve.by others So long I as we are 1

given to American aviation cadets, at Phoenix, Ari::. The only phase say we are indispensable would almost and

FN of training which differs from the 35-week American course is the instruction no man is useless while he has ,
f E in military drill. Upon completion of their course, the fliers GE SCREEN ADIQ a friend-R. L. Stevenson. :

will commissioned. as lieutenants in the Chinese air forces and assigned By VIRGINIA VALE The three things most diffi,1

Washington, D. C. to service in the Far East. Special Chinese officers have been assigned (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) cult, are-to keep secret, to e

IMPORTING COTTON? to accompany the students. THAT Caravan forget an injury and to make
For years the United States has IF Victory ap good use of labor.-Chilo. d
The ."""""" -'" ., .. anywhere in vicin-
had a huge surplus of cotton. "U ""' H.<" ''' zo" your
True
idea of importing cotton seemed fan- ity you'll 'certainly want to see swallows,hope u wings swift! ,; and flies with ..
1
tastic. Yet that is exactly'what is it. Players enlisted "by the: Hol-; Kings it makes gods, and meaner ;
about to be done as the latest development creatures kings
lywood Victory committee to
in the Good Neighbor pol- -Shakespeare.
tour for and relief
Army Navy
Consider how few things are )1'
icy.Oscar Johnson, leading Mississippi are Charles Boyer,Eleanor Pow- worthy of anger, and thou wilt 1

cotton planter and former official of ell, Merle Oberon, Rise Stevens, wonder that any fools should

the AAA, will go to South Americato Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, be wroth.-Robert .Dod ley.
:
Peru and
cotton from
buy surplus
v T Bert Lahr !
4 Frank McHugh, Ray I
Brazil. He carries a checkbook of
MacDonald, Desi Arnaz, Gary
the Commodity Credit corporation,
Grant, James Cagney, Joan Ben-
whose funds for domestic and for- Six Flower Holders
nett and Olivia de Havilland. ,
eign crop purchases amount to

.$4,000,000,000.Both --7 Easy, Quick to.Make .
Peru and Brazil are suffer- It wasn't hard for Paramount to .
ing severely from loss of foreign f, line up a cast for "Wake Island"- 1

markets. Brazil's cotton was sold a 3 ''yr Brian Donlevy, Robert Preston,
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in Europe, Peru's to Japan. Both Lat- Macdonald Carey, Albert Dekker 1 1i
in American countries wholeheart- and Barbara Britton lead it. But f h

edly backed the United States,at the ;.a q4 i. stunt pilots were a necessityandonly
Rio conference and now Uncle four could be found! Fifteen ,
Sam is returning the favor. '\ f j years ago there were at' least 100 ,

For some time, department of ag- who vied for jobs in such picturesas t ',
riculture officials, fearful of out- "Wings" and "Hell's. Angels"; a

cries from the cotton belt, were tim- now they're in the army, navy, ma-
id about buying foreign cotton. They rine corps and Royal Canadian Air

thought they might get away with force.'f 0ATTRACTNE I
purchases for storage in South y

America-but not for imports into When Betty Jane Rhodes was a

the U. S. child actress, appearing in "Forgotten -
But two agriculture officialsJohnB. Faces," Herbert Marshall used

Hudson, president of Commodity to buy her miniature airplanes .

Credit, and Sam Bledsoe, aide to gifts. Reginald Denny gave her two

Secretary Claude Wickard con- -'_ 'V.v__'_' .. ..
ceived the smart idea of putting the

plan squarely up southern con-
gressmen, with Oscar Johnson as the ) Lj:4s3
choice for buyer.

This worked like a charm. Cotton \
congressmen have full confidence in 4
holders for .
Johnson, and they even approved cac-
4f and small
plants are these -1.
'
importing 'some cotton, especiallythe which make
you may yourself.R
long staple variety from Peru, In photo at top a group of Chinese cadets are singing the Chinese Use jig 'or coping saw to cut the

which does not directly compete national anthem which is being recorded so it may be played in China.In various parts of the designs from

with U. S. cotton. the center of the group is Major C. J. Kanaga, U. S. A., and Capt. plywood or other suitable wood,

\ Meantime, plans are being made Tseng Ching Lan. In the bottom picture the Chinese cadets are flyingin .... .L : then assemble and paint, and use
to purchase other Latin American as decorative. asset to kitchen,
agricultural surpluses, including beef formation. dining or living room.
and vegetable oils.. But Argentina, "-- _""""""' '''' ''''''''''''h''''"'''''''l''m__'''''''''''''>-'''' ___ ''' _''''3I .

which is suffering more than any S OQ f 4 aiR
The hen and rooster pair duck
other will U. S. I 9b cow.
country, get no and the sunbonnet girl and overall boy
help while President Castillo remains > .: with their wheelbarrow all come on one
on the.neutrality fence. pattern Z9257, 15 cents. Complete direc-
BETTY JANE RHODES
: a tions for making this sextet of clever

'' flower holders, general cutout Instructionsand
MERRYGOROUND"President model planes with tiny gas engines.
Roosevelt has !Indicatedto She's a welder in' an aircraft plantin painting suggestions, accompany, the .
pattern. Send ,order '
to
your :. ;
Democratic chiefs who urged the new musical, "Priorities of ;,

him to tour the country, that he may 1942," completely surrounded by "
take a1 transcontinental trip this planes, and is air-minded enough to AUNT MARTHABox
summer-if the war permits. Democratic be perfectly happy. 166-W Kansas City, Mo.

candidates facing tough election ;c- Enclose 15 cents for each pattern

battles are eager to have him desired. Pattern No........... ...
Richard Lyons, seven-year-old son
visit their states. Also the Presi- of Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyons, is Name................................. i

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several army camps and war pro- while his parents star on the radioin

--, duction centers. England instead of on the Amer-
ican screen. He has an important

HOPKINS LOOKS AT WAR role in "Atlantic Convoy"; is play-

Following his trip to England, ing: an English refugee, which comes

Harry Hopkins is giving close "2'011. F7. ,,. close to his own life,
friends a very optimistic rnrturo___ '
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about the war situation.He .
is convinced that Hitler is Chinese cadets wearing full equipment march ,to their training Pat O'Brien's youngsters Ma-
..- really alarmed at the tough resist- I planes. vourneen, seven, and Sean, five, Maker of JestA
visited their father on location at lies in the
jest's
ance of the Russians, the growingwar prosperity
,.. the AJfeambra) airport for "He's My
strength of the United States; ear of him that hears it.-Shake-
Old Man and the technical
persuaded -
and the fear of an invasion on the Cm..: ,.. speare.'
.>' tVJ' advisor to take them on a
European continent.One .
d d Nk, Yq,$'w:4wdd: wy ry+ 3 flight. The "flight" consisted of taxi-
of
Hitler's
greatest weak- ; ing from one end of the field to the
nesses, Hopkins believes, is manpower other. GAS ON STOMACH
German industry has donea -"
great job hitherto. But now withan ., --I What many Doctor do for it
When excels stomach add causes gas.BOOT stomach
increasing drain on both indus- F i :< Lynn Martin appeared several heartburn, doctors prescribe the fastest-Beans
try and the German army,, the tremendous \ f weeks ago in a singing commercialon like medicines those In known Bell-ana for Tablets.ymtomatie No relief laxative.-medicines U your a
losses at the Russian front ( j the air's Radio Theater, and received very first trial doesn't prove Bell-ana better return.
bottle to us and get doable TOOT money beck. 26*
are having a definite effect.To so much praise that when a
night club sequence appeared in a
his close friends, Harry later script she was promptly signedfor
Hopkins is known as one of the r: it. Also, she was engaged to 'MIDDLEAGE'WOMEN
most optimistic men in the ad-
sing with Ray Noble's band on the
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ministration.ing this natural But optimism even discount-, other J .. 1 .a Edgar Bergen--7 show. (y1)HEED ::: )

-war'chiefs in t
a position to know
"seem to have, a fairly bright look The last picture John Beal did in THIS ADVICE !
in their Hollywood before he went to New If you're cross restless suffer hot
eyes recently.It .
flashes, nervous feelings dizziness,
York to appear in a stage play was distress of "irregularities"-caused
will be a long time before we IT/ "The Man Who Found Himself," in by this period in a woman's life-try
can begin to do real Lydia E.Plnkham's Vegetable Com- ,_,
any crowing, J:1-: which Joan Fontaine was getting her
for the situation in the Near East -.-....---...-.. ; ... ; __u_ start. He gave her a pep talk, told pound Plnkham's at once Compound! Is made '

is almost as sour as the very, very This Chinese cadet, Chou Li Chan Ya Kanz is shown in the her to stick to it and some dayshe'd to especially help relieve for women distress and due famous to this
sour situation in India. It does look female.
functional disturbance.
win'the Award. She
however, as if the spring had def- Sung, lathers his face as he prepares I link trainer. He has an exceptional. visited him on Academy the set of "Atlantic women Thousands have upon reported thousands gratifying of
initely brightened the war picture. ,to shave. aptitude for flying.
Convoy" the other day. "I just came benefits. Follow label directions.
' $0.. .. '/r7-9 M Y _'__' __'__ ..hunumu..u___ to tell you that you told me so!" WORTH TRYING! .J,
MUSSOLINI'S DOTAGE she said.

Italy Inside by those word in brought the know back gives from a ,i : F tE I Irt .:L

desolate picture of Benito',Mussolini. Pat Friday, another young singer
recently heard with Bergen, told Ct
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He has been pretty well isolated D
from the war command and from Ray Noble that he played Cupid for 3s
her and her aviator-husband. They
direction of the government, bothof F, his orchestra ata soW s w
u a G were listening to ,
which '
are dictated
directly or Los hotel and to its .'.
mu-
Angeles ,
I indirectly, by Nazis. k F C? d f, Pii sic her husband told her that she S1.2o 'f.x4a,.. a

Mussolini has gone in for reminiscing was the most beautiful girl in the ', ; %
I on his younger days when he world. She thinks the music had a

: was a militant young socialist, partof lotto* do with it-"But it was so #-
the time exiled in Switzerland. beautifully done that I just had to
; He has even sent. for his old so- ..4iwj marry him!" sOnly

cialist friends, including some pre- -E-

viously exiled to France. And they Jean Tennyson, star of "Great
have sat around talking about the ay- I Moments in Music," has inaugurated !
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Maybe this is insanity. Maybe it her 45 pound birthday cake to

Is just getting back to sanity after CHOW a la mode. These good-looking Chinese cadets take' time the Stage Door Canteen in New Cm Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised

20 long years of.- delusions of out for a little gathering at the festive board with wives and tweeticarts. Ypfk and divided it among men of ADVERTISED GOODS 9 .,

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i1L'1U Srraic. 1. To what timepiece does this 7. What is a howdah? '.,

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: The American airmen finally delivered 1. A sun dial.
2. What was the painter Rem-
; :.# ",' : a message which Tokyo un brandt's last name? 2. Van Rijn. :;

derstands. Not from an inkwell, but 3. Oklahoma. Its former capital '
3. What state changed its capital Ji'f
from a bomb rack. was Guthrie. ..
The'American fliers reminded Japan from one city to another in 4. Increased. Salt water is ;

that the open city of Manilawas 1911? heavier. .. -.l
not a closed grave-but an 4. When a ship passes from salt 5. Rush. '.: :
to fresh water, is' the draught of -
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open wound. 6. Echo 'river in Mammoth :
London, Warsaw, Shanghai and the ship increased or decreased? cave, Kentucky. ,,''I

1 Nanking are avenged because the 5. What does a telegraphermean I 7. A seat erected on an ele- I

N burning sea of Pearl Harbor is by the number 95? phant's back, usually covered ,(

still burning in American hearts. 6. In what river in the United I overhead. ',;?

,44f$3 'd Japan is entitled to receive what ., ;
\ she gave. Japn gave no warning at
% \ Hawaii ,and she' gave no mercy a't

t Bataan. These are cruel words, but J ,u T ? BUNIONS

these are cruel times. The blazing I
Getthisquickrelief.Litts ''
[ cities of the Axis nations are the shoe pressure, soothes, '-'
only lighthouses to civilization. The cushions tho sensitive J
spot. Costs but a trifle.
I- way to bring peace to our cities is

to bring war to theirs. The founda-
Hard to Raise
/' tion for international justice must
be dug with 2,000-pound bombs. Brown-Why has Jones carried

This is the lesson they have asked that mortgage 'on his. house so Virtuous in Misfortune
f s gja yvfcf &assy. AVrss2: : Jaa xJ 1. A w for and we must drive it home with long?
I Antony,,in misfortune, was most
Smith-Because he can't lift it,
bayonets: Where our planes can fly,
i Perfect Close for a Meal-Apricot Jelly Roll I nearly a virtuous man.-lutarch.::
our armies will march. And where'our guess.
(See Below)
Recipes
I armies can'march, their dictators -

t Mother-Daughter Luncheon Week's will kneel. Confusing"But DON'T: LET
This MenuMotherDaughter do look
I why you always
Once a year it is -becoming for Who are the legislators holding puzzled when I say I'm a self- CONSTIPATIONSLOW : ;r
Banquet up passage of the bill that "
made
I and man? -
don the cook's
to cap '
Daughter
'r YOU UP
uniform and come Fruit Cup would raise the pay of soldiers "I just can't decide whether
4 with whole Eggs a La King 'and sailors? Ha, Ha Dep't: you're bragging or apologizing." O When bowels are sluggish and you feel
out a
I Asparagus.Orange The Japs can now join the other irritable, headachy and everything you
meal cooked to do is an effort, do as millions do-chew
Frosted Berry Salad who thought the
oceans
please Mother. gaps FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewing
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( And the day Mother Biscuits and Honey could protect them. Same Difference gum laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
Jelly Roll Tea or,Coffee "No, sir," said the defendant, "I MINT before'you go to bed-sleep with-
it '
appreciates Recipe Given 'This Is New York: was certainly not drunk, though out being disturbed-next morning gentle, '
_- most is on her thorough relief, helping you feel swell
1 day of the year- The old-fashioned private houses may have been intoxicated. again, full of your normal pep. Try '
I ====' Mother's day! So, them: use .as little heat as possibleto on West 52nd Street between 5thand6th "Well," said the magistrate, "I FEEN-A-MINT Tastes good, is handy ,' .
and economical.A family supplyFEEN.A.MINTcoitso ;
intended to fine ten dollars generous
I tender product. you ,
today, I've planned a menu ,which get a Avenues-where the veteran y : :;
even the youngest cooks can make Eggs a la King. New Yorkers pull down the blinds I but in that" case I'll make it a

''i into a glorified meal to which they (Serves 6-8) every eventide to shut out "Swing I I sawbuck.'

can invite their mothers. 4 tablespoons butter Street" The J. P. Morgan -

I :10. Now; young cooks, on your toes 4 tablespoons of flour mansion covering an entire block of

: if you would gather laurels at Moth- 2 cups hot milk Madison Avenue real estate. Boast-

1 er's day luncheon time! Bring out 1 teaspoon salt ing one of the most sordid facades

i the measuring cups and ingredients, Pepper this side of a "Dead End" movie

first. Then read the recipes over Yz tablespoon chopped onion The emergency case internesat
several times and visualize each 1 Bellevue Hospital, who read detective -
tablespoon chopped green pepper
step before you start. Ready? Good. stories between life-and-
Vi: tablespoon chopped pimiento.
*Fruit Cup.Serves 6 hard cooked eggs death assignments Times

( 8) \ sliced, cooked mushrooms Square-the "glamorous street"- '
where the corners are occupied bya '
3 oranges, peeled Melt the butter, ,add the flour and
,I drug store, a brauhaus, a cigar
1 grapefruit, peeled stir
until smooth. Combine with hot TANGLEFOOT!
J 1 pint strawberries, hulled milk.: Let cook eight minutes over shop and a hot dog stand. iy 4'___

2 bananas hot water (in a double boiler). Stir '
'
The pure-white Squibb Bldg. on, e FLY PAPER
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I Section the oranges and grape- with egg beater. 'Add oni rigreen, Fifth Avenue, a well-manicured fin- ,
fruit. Peel the bananas and dice, pepper, pimiento, sliced eggs and Every time a fly lights on a dirty place ho ;
at star The
ger-tip pointing a ,
picks disease germs.Then he flies
Mix with fruit sections. Sprinkle mushrooms. Let cook five minutes up nasty
Riverside Drive jitterwhacky set in and lights on your food. He leaves thoaa
lemon juice over the fruit, sweeten Serve hot buttered toast.,
son the food end eat the '
I that dance on the grass to the sorry germs on you
I to taste. Let stand and chill. When l germs. Then you and the family are sick.
Orange Frosted Salad. from Claremont Inn
Berry rhythm nearby
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: ready to serve, place in fruit cups. ) \ Then yon lose time.and then you have bills to :
(Serves 6) The hundreds of heads that
Eggs are plentiful now because ,, pay.That b why any good Doctor will say- -sr
out of windows in the
i the government asked farmers to tablespoon gelatin pop as many STAY HEALTHY) GET TANGLEFOOT FLY PAPER '
I 4 2 tablespoons cold water Wall Street sector whenever two : -at Grocery.Hardwar.and Drug Stores -. .
have their hens work overtime to
II Vz cup orange juice, heated cars bump noisily. ., The noon Sickness U expensive,and uckneu from fliet can ,
::1 increase egg production that they be stopped in your borne Why pay wage to
hoss their f
day players making
might be sent abroad and have % cup orange juice, unheated wag- / file.,when Tanglefuot Fly Paper costs so little?
"J! enough for home use. y cup sugar ers-willing to putt: more across a USE TANGLEFOOT FLY PAPER
1 lemon nag's nose than 'on their wives' \
tablespoon juice '
Ij So, bring out the and their FLY PAPER
eggs h: cup orange pieces backs The wailing of the zoo
surplus of nutrition to .
menusby -
A berries tenants in the dead of night-a nuisance "TANGLEcatches "
choosing one off cup or seedless grapes the Germ as well as the Fly.
these two recipes '> Vz cup sliced peaches to the midtown (near the
Orange sections park) dwellers E. Cantor's .
t' 4 for your main
Frosted berries $2.98 hat.
i luncheon dish.
I Soften the gelatin in the water 5 ro.YQYrn.. /
Eggs are noted rhv ; The Floy Apartments .in mid-Har-. :
i ,. for the facility minutes. Dissolve in.the heated.orange lem. Birthplace of the Flat-Foot I STICKTO

with which they y ) xq juice. Cool and add the unheated Floogie (with the F-F) Alf

Oan be cooked, orange juice. When slightly Lunt, the star, washing dishes at CAMELS.

and there is but thickened add the orange pieces, the Stage Door Canteen The

one major rule to follow in cooking grapes, and sliced peaches. Pour Woolworth edifice, which no longer THEVVE GOT

into individual molds.. Chill until has a 5-and-Dimery on the site .
t firm. Unmold and garnish with or- Hotel America, where most of the MORE

Lynn Says: ange sections and clusters of frosted circus performers tepee The FLAVORAND
berries. (To frost berries
in
dip famed showman supping with two

The Score, Card: The nation's slightly beaten egg white and 'roll midgets-several of whom helped I LIKE '

sugar bowl is due to be some- in granulated sugar. Spread on paper him keep the wolf from the door ;

what smaller than last year's be- to dry.) Serve salad with lemon with their talent The two live THEIR EXTRA ; ;

cause we will have to get along flavored mayonnaise.Jelly penguinsthat serve as ,ass't head- :'!'I

with a third less sugar than we Roll. waiters at the Penguin on E. 51 kItMILDNESS 141 .

had before. This means we will (Makes 10-12 slices) St. .' New Street, one of the $ .

be using several- substitutes.You 3, eggs oldest. -

smart homemakers will teaspoon salt ".'
learn how to use maple sugar, 1 ,teaspoon vanilla extract Park Avenue's sore spot at 59th .
where you like maple flavoring.One 1 cup sugar Street, where the swanky sector sud- .

and. one-third: cups of maple 1 cup sifted cake flour denly goes Brooklyn-with a large 'f
sugar may be substituted for one '1 teaspoon baking powder garage, a pet shop, a butcher store
and store Mrs. Katzen-
cup of granulated sugar. 5 tablespoons flour a cigar

Honey, oldest sweetening, has 2 tablespoons butter berg, the affable first-nighter, who
versatile rarely misses a premiere. They'd
uses. Use it
breakfast fruits, cereals on your Add salt and vanilla to eggs, ,beat hold the curtain if she were tardy ( ':
'sauce
for 'ice cream, in cakes, quick- until light and fluffy. Add sugar in George S. Kaufman, one of ..,
2-tablespoon portions, beating after the town's wittiest who GRAND CHAMPION
breads cookies wears a
even in sugars, each addition. Add sifted flour ..
and
and melancholy look The big bowson
jams jellies. Since honey hasa baking Fold in ALL'ROUNDCOWBOY
powder.
distinctive flavor, use half honey quickly. Stir in water carefullyand Moss Hart's neckties Lucy
and but-
and half in Monroe, the Star-Spangled Soprano-
sugar recipes
-t or
ter heated until
the consistency and color of the together butter is table, who is also ready to sing the
melted. Pour into
a jelly roll
pan, Chinese National Anthem or the Jew- ..
product you make may be about 16 by 11 by 1 inch that has ysr. ay si!
changed considerably.Corn ish anthem, Katikvah Popular r
been greased and lined with
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paper,
be Danny Kay's giggle.
syrup may substituted
then greased again. Bake in a mod-
cup for cup for granulated sugar, I fiuANThe
erately hot' ((375-degree) oven 'about
but when using it, cut the liquidin 18 minutes or1 until nicely, risen and Scrambled Eggs:

the recipe down by one-third. delicately brown over the surface. 'Vox poppers have to be good to get

Molasses makes your ginger- Loosen edges and turn onto a pieceof their letters printed. Too' many pro- smoke of slower-burning ;'(
breads, baked beans, brown fessionals crashing the dailies
are
waxed paper or a towel sprinkledwith Camels
,, contains
bread cakes and
even cookies.
powdered sugar. Remove pan discussing the country's welfare. '
Besides these substitutes you'll The smallies reporting the first rob-
and peel off waxed paper. .Spread 28% LESSNICOTINE
have dried fruits which are high with dried fruit-cook' your favorite in didn't have a look-in The
in sugar content. When stewing public has overruled the reviewerson
dried fruit (apricot, prunes or %
fruits, add 'sugar toward the end peaches are good. ) in a minimum of "The Moon Is Down. It is buy- G

of the cooking period: it will take. water, then put through a sieve, ing it, big 'J, Wonder how harsh thin the average of the 4 other largest
less to sweeten the fruit. cool and spread. Roll lengthwise, and tin-panny your voice has to be 3)' elllnir brands tested-lew than any of

Make desserts with fruit juices, cool on a cake rack. i, before you can get, a job as a commentator 8. th emaccordinztoindependenteden'f bile tests of tint smote itself -
both canned and fresh, and in 3
you the newsreels. Someof
/ would like advice
/ you expert on
will find it the your
bridges sugar ra cooking and household problems, writeto the femmes could saw their way
tion well. Above all, do not waste Lynn Chambers, Western NewspaperUnion out of a jail with those pipes CAMEL

sugar. You can probably get 210 South Desplaines St., Chicago, It's a snide trick to quote part of '
along with less in the morning Ill. Please enclose a stamped, sell-ad a guy's remarks to make him look :

coffee and tea. Try it. dressed envelope for your reply. silly, taka it from, ,one who's done it. THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOSI

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PAGE FOUR ) THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1042


News main point.. This time we decided noon at the home of the president, I Neil C. McMullen Tampa was I tion of the state association succeeding -

The Clewiston I we'd divide things up and insteadof Mrs. W. Dean King. After the devotional elected president of William O. Mehrtens ot ...
giving prizes we'd give favorsa ,- -a business session was the junior sec- Miami.
memorandum books, one held and routine business was

Florida Published, by every. the Friday JLEWISTON In Clewiston NEWS set each of member with her name completed. .. ... -' .- .
for -
Tnc. neatly imprinted (see, that passedthe Father Geary explained to the .-. r .r -. .j

work on to some one else.) Well, Society: a new study course. whichis
KEATHLEY BOWDEV, Eilltor I we sort of counted on all the club being instituted, and the mem-
Showing up for that, of bers decided to begin the course in .
members :
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Entered as second class mall matter course. The day before one called, conjunction with the regular meetings .1' 'd'$......'...:: America I. '5 1
February 1, 1927, at' the Pest Office .in and asked if It would be convenient 'i devoting a period of time < ; IS. lUst: y

:March Clewiston 3, 1SD7.Subscription Florida. under the Act or for her to drop out for the day, prior to the meeting to the study. ; ,. >i ._ .J proud of these seaand .,' .
chance to go to Miami Attending the meeting were ._ ..
as she had a I t: '. .. / ... air sentinels:
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gettingrare ,.. :
and such chances were Father Geary, Mrs. Clarence Niel-
Hate $2.00 l'er Year indeed. We gladly said yes, sen, Mrs. E. B. Seegers, Mrs. i:

Advertising Rates On Application. who wouldn't grasp an oppor- Horace A. Bestor, Mrs. J. F. : :. ; ;/jffj. .. )
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for .
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like that. That meant only Tippey Mrs. H. J.. Oglesby, Mrs. ".' iI' : '-L.--.;i$- .rg; :w t'P: :%""-'YiSc
tunity OFFICIAnay'
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and we'd have to play ourselves M. E. Von Mach, Mis. B. A. Bourne, "' ...., on"."..-,,, 'I!>""""' =- V. S. NAVY .
Devoted to the advancement and wel- 7 guests 4-d..4.':' iC PHOTOGRAPH ,
the nice thing--about Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. F. M. -: '
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. That's W ,...my ;11
members in a bridge club, one Rodriguez and Mrs. J. W. Francis. _. ,. ;'{ t : }

can 9 drop out without a catastrophe.Well --- 1<::5. I .' .'w-"..x'w.... -. ::I' ,,.'r:."'"", .:>r;', V.s.s.
MEAVBER.FLORIOV salad was made, and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :" # t 'i1 .}. ($" SARATOGAAIRCRAFT ;.
the :
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PRESS ASSOCIATION tumbled in H. C. Mender, Pastor B4' .:4;* :%oW.<<.". 'u%: w/W '
[ the ice-box, and we .,.. *.. T'. ; :,%; ;1
NATIONAL 6bI !.ASSOCIATIONRA4MBLINGS\ ] in bed-only to wake up a few hours .-- *'.... ,?00- tt : 4'
first time Sunday School-9:45 a. m. : :
for the ff'i :
neuritis _
later with ; ,., V
in our lives. Next morning bright Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. : '" w ,
another bridge club Training Union.-7:15; p. m.
early
:...:...:..:...:...:...: :...:..:..:...:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: and member phoned-she's teaching In Evening Worship:30 P. m. < Q
Belle Glade and won't be here. We There will be special programs '.

hastily find a substitute-peopleare at each of our services, and you are

so willing to help you out of cordially invited} to attend each and

By 'B. B. a spot-and take our neuritis to everyone of them.
And then at 2:30, In Church: ActivitiesThe
::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..: ..:. nrtnrtnr.another member. The old Brotherhood meets at the of : ..
drops .and
help problem again. The colored church on 'Monday evening at 8:30. we ,are justly proud our simple : -

No reporter ever lived who did failed to come at two p. m. A good program has been'
girl simply for debt-free
not long to write the "news behind o'clock, and a trip up and down the provided and good fellowship I'' plan acquiring a home.

the news," rather than the finished streets of Harlem didn't locate a awaits all who attend. '.

product. The little, trivial unimportant single darkey who would some in I The W. M. S. business and pro- .T.,"4.,. .
items sometimes 'add up to a mind the baby for an after- gram meeting will be held at the > N ..
and I r:N:N: NNNN.II
yarn; that is of more interest than noon. Finding we were two mem- church at 3:30 p. m., on Tuesday.All .

the thing that actually happened.For bers short already, she made arrangements ladies are invited to attend. 4"
several years now we have with the youngster next Beginning study 'of the Book of '

been a member of a bridge club,- door to care for the baby during Hebrews in the mid-week prayer United States Defense Savings Bonds Are '

and SUCH a bridge club. We meet service. There is much laid up in .
other week, but have long club.So arrived and store for those who faithfully attend
every : at last everyone '''
known that is "a mistake. We bridge began, interspersed with every midtweek service. Read Available In Our Office ;.

should meet every week, and talk conversation. Despite the neuritis, the whole book: and reread the first i' -

at one meeting' and play bridge at despite the flurry, the hostess, chapter for Wednesday night. ,,; "..; ><: ;I .'_' : ; tt.
the next. As It is sometimes the hasn't brought home a Cottage prayer' meeting will be .
she, who /t. ,.,- : :; > .: -
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conversation gets so mixed up with prize in months, held high score. held at the home of Mrs. G. ," .' .

the bridge playing, .that we have to It would have to happen in my own Wenzloff on Thursday. morning at : I '
call time out for a while to catchup. house! 9:30 a. m.GURNEY .

It seemed only fitting that there

Which leads up to the point that should be a grand finale to the mix- ELECTED PRESIDENT

the bridge club is a shining exampleof I ups. It came when we distributedthe OF STATE BAR ASSOCIATION CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
One set of
the "News behind the news. printed favors.
ORLANDO, May, 8-(FNS-J.
upside down!
The little happenings of a bridge books had the name
Thomas Gurney, citrus grower and
session are much more interesting Climax to a comedy of errors.
than the stale facts of who was Now you know why bridge clubis attorney of Orlando, was elected LOAN ASSOCIATION
president of the Florida State Bar
the and what .
there, who won prizes such fun.BRIDGE
Association at the 35th annual
con-
was served. Take this week for in-
vention held last week at
Holly-
stance. Club was to meet at our CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. ''C

house. The fact that we are In wood Beach. He succeeds Robert: --- .. -_ -- -. .. .. .. .
the throes of' painting and have Ruth Wilcox was hostess R. :Milam of Jacksonville. n .. .. '' .

half the bedroom furniture in the' tn members' of her bridge club at
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living room meant little or nothing. the home of Mrs. H. R. Hall Wednesday ,J
There was still room for two tables evening." First prize was t:

and eight chairs and that's all the won by Mrs., Pete McIntyre and! ,, "- ,
space the bridge club actually second by Mrs. Charles Miner. Cut ,
needs. prize was presented to Mrs. M. E. ; 1
Now some people fret and worry Von Mach. 0 ;

about bridge 'prizes; that. seems to Pie a la mode was served to If ;: are an eligible
d
be a big bug-a-boo. But in our Mrs. C. L. McLendon, :Mrs: Pete .4 l'

club it never phases. We simply McIntyre, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach,
buyer one of the
give something we want ourselvesand Mrs. Charles Miner, Mrs. G.H. f a V. .J I

it always suits. The most Small, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and > h i .." many classes of
common type of prize is a piece of Mrs. W. E. Dilley. e' ,
S .u4-- '- r-
Fostoria or a pretty flower con-
x people qualified to
tainer; for no one ever had all they Mrs. Keathley Bowden enter- 1

actually wanted of either. But if .
tained her bridge club Wednesday
1
buy a new motor car
our household linens are running afternoon. Individual memoran-

short our minds turn in that direc- dum books were given as favors to
under the Govern- lA
tion and we've been known to give the players.A .

pillow cases, towels and even sheets! salad course was served to .
ment's rationing plan
And they were most acceptable. One Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. F. E. Conk- x ,

hostess gave a home-made cake and ling Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. '. '
cookies as prizes. Yum, Yum, Yuma Hall, Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Mrs. your Chevrolet .

And once we had prizes from themarket .
W. H. Lanier and Mrs. W."T.
dealer will be glad to
,-a roast and a 'ste k."Te Perry.

are never strutted to think of prizes.If .
you are ever in a spot on the ALTAR SOCIETY HOLDS help you get a Certifi-

subject just call on one of the MONTHLY MEETINGThe '
i!. bridge club members and we'll fix cate, of Purchase and

you right up. Altar Society of St. Margaret's 1
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> obtain of
delivery
Which digresses a bit from the Church met yesterday after- ,
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take this means of expressing my .

si Remember-you get a long-lived, dependable, i '
appreciation'for for the splendid vote

economical motor car when you buy "The Finest
given in 1 1 S
me Tuesday's election.As .
Chevrolet of All Time." It costs little to buy,

LET HIM HELP DETERMINE
and maintain. And ""*s' "'
operate most important
your county commissioner for

of all, it's designed and built to serve you faith- i '

another term I shall strive to give the
;fully for a long time to come-it's a quality motorI ,

kind of service which I
this
fine vote of I and
car through through. _. J
confidence merits. "


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FRIDAY MAY 8, 1942 ,THE CLEWTSTON NEWS PAGE FIVE, 1

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7 Miss Mary ,Markette, spent Sun- of this country recognizing the high Duff, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. J. Mrs S. Murphy, Mrs. A. L. Hackett ..
f ,day in. West Palm, :Beach: standards and progress being madein F. Morrison, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. G. Wx )
-" the countries to the South of us. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. F. M. Tyson. ;'.1

f [ Personals ] Lieutenant T. C. Moore, who recently A birthday luncheon of the Rodriguez, Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke, ,
received his wings in gradua Ladies Aid will take place at the Mrs G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. 'A. L. BAPTIST LADIES SEW ALL DAY'
tion ceremonies at Foster Field,, center on June 4th, each member Hackett, Mrs.. Frank Mueller and FOR RED CROSS PRODUCTION ;,
I Texas, is spending a furlough herewith will bring a covered dish and a Mrs. John DeValcourt. -- :,
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!I' Mr.. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and his mother, Mrs. J. W. Moore, special committee will arrange :Members of the Baptist Woman's ,
i ,fj sons, Frank and Eddie, spent the I and other relatives. table-settings and provide the PICNIC ENJOYED BY: Missionary met Thursday for an, :;
f 1 week-end, at Fort Lauderdale Beach, drink. .' KINDERGARTEN GROUP all-day meeting at the Community

Mr. and Mrs W. C. Raney are The hostesses, Mrs. Charles Bol- Center. The day was spent io. ::1
; Mrs. G. B. Thomas is substituting -I parents of a baby boy, weighing 8 ton, Mrs E. W.. Durst, and Mrs. R. The kindergarten class, taughtby sewing on .garments .for the Red, )
r.- in the Belle Glade school for pounds 15 ounces. The baby was, H. 'Hall served sandwiches and Mrs Edith Dilley, closed Fri- Cross. A covered dish luncheon
the remainder of the school term. born Tuesday in Sarasota, where cookies to Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, day with a picnic on the lawn at was served at noon.
I Mrs. Raney has been visiting her Mrs. F.; E. Conkling, Mrs. W. E. the Community Center. Mothersof There- were eighteen ladies who. '/
Mr. and Mrs. George Chase have t i parents for several -weeks. He has Dilley, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. F. the children, were special guests gave their time to this worthy ':
I moved into the Clewiston Inn;:i J been named ,W. C. Raney, Jr. Deane Duff, JMis. C. W. Fuller, Mrs. to observe the last class of the cause and they completed prao :
I : Apartments.John Wm. Haynes, Mrs. O. A. Jones, group. tically all the sewing on five large

I I' Mrs. R'. N. Childress, and children. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. W. L. Following the story hour, games convalescent robes and three
/: A. Perry of Camp Blanding' Dennis, Billy and Bobby, left Saturday Lott, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. J. F. and music, Mrs. Dilley' made dresses. ,
! 1I 1// ... returned to Clewiston Sunday for a to join Mr. Childress i in Morrison, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, awards for the best scrap book in
;' : short furlough. Avon Park, their present home. Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. 'Patterson the class. :Mrs. G. Small and Mrs.
1 tl ------ Mr. Childress was transferred to) Mis. Joseph Robbins, Mrs. A. L. Hackett were judges. Linda FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished,
r Miss ,Mildred Durst spent Sunday Avon Park by the U. S. Engineers R. W. Turk, Mrs. A*. H. Vann, Mrs. Lee's book was judged the neatest houses, reasonable, in Moore Ha-;
', and Monday in Miami with rela- several weeks ago. W. D. Wylie, Mrs. R. A. West- but since she did not complete the ven. Contact N., P. Larsen, Moore
tives. moreland, Mrs. Fletcher Gardnerand work of the group, she was givena Haven. '

Mr. and Mrs., W., E. Dilley spent Mrs. Carl Berner. special award. John Perry re- I
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley and Sunday at Highland Hammock ceived first prize and Paul Bowden ------ ------.
' children were week-end visitors in i State Park, near Sebring. They AGNES ANN IIACKETT: second prize for the completed FOR SALE-26 ft. semi-truck traiU

Canal Point and West Palm Beach. were joined for the day by Lieu- CELEBRATES 4TH BIRTHDAYMrs. b oks. er. 9.1)0 tires in fair condition

tenant and Mrs. R. N. Smith of Sandwiches, cookies and fruit one extra. ,Bill Allen. Itp,
I Mrs.; Eddie Beazley and Mrs. J. Lake Wales and',Mr. and Mrs. F. R. A. L. Hackett entertained juice were served 'to Mary Himrod, .
4 t" W. Crum of Moore Haven were visitors ; with a children's party Tuesday ------- ----
Gardner of Winter Haven. - -----
Paul Bowden
Bernie Thompson,
!i here afternoon, celebrating the fourth FOR
Tuesday morning. '" I SALE-House Trailer, 15
I ---..:.._ Bob Towson, of Riddle-McKay, birthday of her daughter, Agnes Jimmie Knight, Wayne King, John feet long. 16 inch tires. Inquire
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Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis who was._ recently accepted into the Ann. Games' on the lawn were en- Perry, Sharon Crochet, Dennis Sugarland Service: Station. 1tp,
spent Monday afternoon in West armed services is stationed at joyed and refreshments of ice Childress, Alfred Meador, Sammy
Palm Beach. I Biloxi, Mississippi. Mrs. Towson, cream, cake and pineapple juice Griffin, Ronald Hare, Leland Stub- ,
fa l blefield, Lynn Bogart, Jean Mur-
who is employed in the sugar of- were served later.
Father, Francis J. Finnegan of fice building, is remaining in Clew- Colored movies were taken of phy, Agnes Ann Hackett, Philip J. M. COUSE
Miami spent Wednesday ,in Clewis is ton. the group, which included Donald Hackett, David and Benny Pre-
ton visiting friends. Brown, Marjorie Brown, Warren witt, Larry Tyson, Gene Thompson Counselor and Attorney at Taw

e Mr. and Mrs. E.E." Kelly are Brown, Paul Bowden, Eddie Mus- Mary Jean King, Mrs. Bernie Hopkins Building
Lieutenant Paul I. Williams of leaving Thursday for Chicago to 'gra"e, John Perry, Ronald Hare, Thompson, Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. Wednesdays and Saturdays
I R. H. Knight, Mrs. A. H. King,
MacDill Field has received a pro- visit Lloyd Kelly for a week. Lloyd David and Benny Prewitt, Beverly
0:80
I motion from Second to First Lieu will receivehis commission as En- Carlton, Gene Fuller, Joyce De- [ Mrs. W W. Perry, Mrs. S. L. to 4:00

tenant., sign in the U.. S. Navy at North Vane, Sharon Crochet, Linda Lee, Crochet, Mrs. R. N. Childress, Mrs. .,.
; H. C. Meador, Mrs. Joe Griffin,
western Naval School on May 14., Darryl Wayne Guthrie, Wayne
Mrs. J. F. :Florentine;: left Monday Mr. and Mrs. Kelly will also visit King, Mary Jean, King, Philip .. Mrs. H. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. M.:

for her home in Chicago after in Kearney, Missouri, before, re ,Hackett, Jimmy Knight, Martha I Stubblefield., Mrs. Deane, Bogart, Johnson's Fish Camp
visiting her brother, J. E. Beards- turning. Hare, Lee Peter Heffron, Theresa ---------- -- (Near Hurricane Gate) I
ley, and family for several :weeks. Seegers, John Niblack and Ronald Clewiston
Fla.
FOR SALE-The ten acre Mcllroy
Egley.
Among the instructors and officials i Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Assistant Flight Commander and of Riddle-McKay who were farm on old Clewiston road near Rates Reasonable

". Mrs. Lee J. Heffron and baby re spending the ,week-end, in Miami MRS. HARRY VAUGHN IS Benbow; reasonable. Box 1277, 'v. H. Johnson,. Mgr. 1
turned :Monday after spending a were G. W. Tyson, F. E. Hunziker, I SHOWER-TEA HONOREE Sarasota, Fla.
ten day, vacation in New York. E. J. Smith, H. J. Lehman, 'Squadron .
Leader G. Burdick, Wing Commander Mrs. N; V S. Mumford entertained -

Miss Beth Nail, Miss ElizabethHuffaker K. J. Rampling, Flight with a tea and shower compli- -- ,. -, .., -- "
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and Mrs Cecile Brooks menting Mrs. H. T. Vaughn at her p ,
s Lieutenant, G. W. Nickerson, J. '.
spent the week-end in Tampa and Cockr ill, R. Johnson and J.. home in Sugarland Park Wednes-

Bartow.Mr. Cousins. day afternoon.A Photo Finishing and Commercial .
color scheme of pink and blue
,
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.
and Mrs.! Jimmy Wynne, of FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN FOR was carried out and the honoree
Macon; Ga., spent a few days here I JOHN A. PERRY TUESDAY was showered with many lovely :;: -- Photography

over the week-end visiting friends .....-- gifts. ..
: 24 HOUR SERVICE"
I .'I, and relatives. Private' John 'A.,'_Perry who was Refreshments ,of sandwiches, -
-, inducted ."into t 4 ertiedat4 Camp cookies_ and an iced? )17;were served :;:.,. r ', Clewiston, Photographic Service ,.:., :;?
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens' spent the Blandinglast',week, and 'returnedfor by the ,liostess''tio, ;) s/ .Harry :::' '2 blocks north and 1 block west of .'* :;:
week-end in Tampa, returning her .'a-"few:: days furlough here 'was Vaughn, Mrs. W. ;P. 'Vaughn' Sr., .;. 'Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station i:
grandson, Tommy Owens; to his given a farewell party by Mrs Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr; Mrs.' :C. A. ::: EDWARD B. SEEGERS :!:
home after a two weeks' visit here. Joseph Robbins at her home -Tuesday lIartinezIrs: Agnes Prange, Mrs. .2. The House With The Red Roof t?
evening. Guests were membeisof H. .A; Bestor, Mrs. W< C. Owen, .
.. N. I. Manly, Jr., of Miami, arrived the choir of' the Community Mrs. W. E. Dilley;; Mrs. F. Deane ":': _. .-; .,- -- -" ,- -. ,,",-::..-.... .... _: ..', -:- :, :.. : 'J/:
in Clewiston this week ,Mr. Church. ,

i I 4 Manly is desk clerk at the Clew A khaki ,kit was 'presented, to

iston Inn. I Private, Perry Ty choir members, 'expressing -
their. appreciation for his
Mr; and Mrs Tommy Teale have help to the choir and their good
moved into the Z. G. Meredith wishes for his happiness and wel-
home. The Merediths' are residingin fare in the ,army.. YES 'YOU CAN STILL
Miami
for the present., Attending were. Mr. and Mrs. J. .
.... '- E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
J. E. Beardsley spent Thursdayin Robbins, John Robbins, Mrs. R.
Jacksonville' on business. His Robbins, I. R ,' IcGehee, Private i
father, D. W. Beardsley, accompanied John A. Perry, Rev: John N. Montgomery Build Repair and Remodel
him ,and left from there for Miss Florence Graham, ,
his home i in
Chicago.Mr. Miss
Mary, Markette, Miss Marion
Leydig Mrs. Grady Niblack', Mr. :. II I

and few Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford and Mrs. W. E., Dilley; Mrs. Blanche I BUT--the War Production Board has set up certain restrictions-
spent
!' a days at Key West, Turner and Mrs. John H. Doty.
! guests of Mr., and Mrs. ArnoldI _
I Hoffman of Providence- Rhode LADIES AID PLANS BIRTHDAY seme of'-y.hick ,may be confusing to the public. Therefore, if you
I" Island.
LUNCHEON NEXT MONTH 1 I want to know just what- you can and can't do-see us for accurate -

I Dr. and Mrs. W. K. C.
Thompson The Ladies Aid Society met at
and Rev. Alexander Linn of the Community Center' Thursday M information.
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Miami, W. M. Johnson of Lak* 'afternoon ,with Mrs. W. C. Owen,j
Alfred and J. Irwin Wherry of Au- presiding. Mrs. J. E: Beardsley -
reported YOU CAN -
burndale and Miss Virginia Gautie as a delegate to the South- BRIEFLY, AS A GENERAL .GUIDE, -
of Miami were visitors in Clewis-
west Presbyterian which was held
ton last week-end, coming for the early this month in St. Petersburg.She 1. BUILD, ANY RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION-NEW OR REMODELING
installation of Rev. John N. Montgomery '
also introduced' "Latin Amer AVORK-WHERE THE COST IS NOT OVER $;:)90. '
'. as minister ,of the Community "
ica
'' a study book for the com I .
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Church.
I ing year, pointing out the necessity 2. BUILD ANY FARM BUILDING, OTHER THAN RESIDENCE, WHERE COST
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3. MAKE ANY REPAIRS OR DO ANY MAINTENANCE WORK: NEEDED TO

Kiwanis Gopher Derby PUT ANY BUILDING IN SOUND CONDITION, PROVIDED DESIGN OF

STRUCTURE IS NOT CHANGED. UNDER THIS HEADING WOULD COME

At SUCH NEEDED REPAIRS AS RE-ROOFING, PAINTING, REPLACEMENT
High School Football Field
OF ROTTED SILLS, FLOORS AND OTHER MAJOR REPAIRS, REGARDLESS -

"t OF COST. -

Ilf% NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT 8:00: II I .
1 4. YOU CAN BUILD OR REMODEL: ANY STORE, COMMERCIAL: INDUSTRIAL,
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1I RECREATIONAL OR INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING WITHOUT RESTRICTION
I Enter your gopher for the grand OTHER THAN THAT A LIMIT OF $;;,000 IS PLACED ON SUCH

'tj; ;: prize-;a $25.00 Defense Bond. Other WORK: NO PIIA PRIORITY RATING OR OTHER FORM OF APPROVALIS

smaller prizes REQUESTED PROVIDED TOTAL COST, INCLUDING LABOR AND MATERIALS -
-eight races. '
I IS UNDER $5,000.
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LOTS OF FUN FOR EVERYONE NOW IS THE TIME TO DO SUCH WORK Please feel free to

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,' _; Gophers, entered at $1.00 ,each :", .- discuss ,your, 'building problems with us without ,obligation.
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Df The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Bvt I wont\ let t1t i' '
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MONDAY: THE DAY OF
,AUTHORITY .

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LESSON, TEXT-Matthew 211222.
r GOLDEN TEXT-My house shall be called
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o house of prayer for all peoples.-Isalah
56:7. WNU Service.ALLBRAN ...


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Modern presentations of Christ in

picture and sermon often give the
impression that He was an effeminate FUDGE
man who went about doing gen-
tle little deeds of kindness. One al- SQUARES- BEST J
most feels that He spoke in a half

whisper and that.He fearfully avoided -.
(WNU Service) the difficulties and dangers of life. YOU EVER TASTED!

Such a picture of Christ, whetherin
Every mother In the land will want to
words
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or on canvas, was never .
bake these scrumptious cookies. Children .
T' J5 THArouR obtained from the Bible. Yes He 1
YoNExr ,
( ? SIREN will demolish a plate of them IXL)
THAT
ou AIR RAID WMN6( .. :' was gentle and kind; He did go a wink. Grown-ups rave about their
CERTAINLYSAVER about doing good; He was altogether "different" taste and new crunchy tex
ture.They're made, of course, with the
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humble-but the
false
why give
yOU famous cereal, Kellogg's All-Bran.
impression that gentleness means KELLOGG'S
IHADV00ALLTIEPUP 1 ALL-BRAN FUDGE SQUARES
OHEWOZEMOVEftHP/ weakness, kindness means a senti- 3 squares un- 1 cup sugar
vIT $ f mental softness, etc. These are the sweetened % cup flour
you virtues of and such chocolate y2 cup All-Bran
AND a strong man
% cup butter ya cup nutmeats
i I WOULD KNOW IT/ was our Christ. He was a manly 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
a man who so excited the admirationof Melt chocolate over hot water and add
a HAV rA EN the boys in the temple that they butter. Beat eggs well, add sugar and 'ar
beat until light and fluffy. Add melted \
fOVJ2. OfjOUR shouted a holy "Hurrah" (Hosannain I
chocolate and butter. Stir In flour
\ MEN Hebrew). All-Bran, chopped nutmeats and fla
I. Jesus Stimulates Faith by an voring. Pour Into greased pan, makinga
Act of Judgment ( 18-22)). layer about one-third Inch thick.
vv. Bake In moderate oven (375: P.) about
In the, morning as Jesus returnedto 20 minutes. Yield: Sixteen 2-lnch
Jerusalem, He was hungry. He squares (8 x 8 Inch pan).

had probably spent the night in

prayer the after disciples His time(Mark of fellowshipwith 11:11). It For ONLY 1 O/Now

was early spring, and normally not
the time:for figs to be ready to eat, :;: -.-_ Less than

but He saw a tree which already had ..
foliage on it. 'Since the leaves form 6 ,;ryI1 1 1Y

YOU ARE Ar WHAT THA ? after the fruit, He properly lookedfor p t

THOUSATi'AHD HOMAW'HALP': figs-green, perhaps, but even J3 \
MEH so useable for food-and there were I
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I /VM A none.
THOU5AH' MEN: In a swift miracle of judgment, He b a dose
4 condemned the tree, which soon
Use only as directed.
withered. Some have assumed that

'MA He acted in anger, but that is evi- 0 I '
r re dently not so. His act was a signto
Israel and to us. The' fig tree wasa

figure. of Israel (see Hosea 9:10, .
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: Joel 1:7...Luke 13:6-9). They as a I 1
nation had' the outward signs of Pleasure of Love
J fruit, that is, the "leaves" of tem- The pleasure of love is in lov-

ple worship, teaching of the law, ing. We are happier in the pas-
etc., but there was no fruit of repentance sion we feel than in what we ex-

and faith, of real love for cite.-La Rochefoucauld.

TE God (see Rom. 2:17-23). Judgmentwas
certain, and our Lord cursed a
Bell Svndlcntc. Inc.-WNU Service KILL ALL FLIES
useless, fruitless tree to try to awaken -
the people to their need. Placed anywhere.. Daisy Fly
Killer attracts and kilts Slav.d .
So our Lord comes to us-to look %. Guaranteed, elective Neat.
ON *Noo5H'STOT DON'T I convenient-Cinnot spWNSlnoteoUorinlureanything-
YA
R below the foliage of Christian pro- 1 .
of charities and benevolences (:: Lasts all ecnsoa. 20o at all I
KEEP / i- fession, our I dcalcn Harold Somcrs, Inc..
of correct doctrinal ISOUeKalbAiaJBtlynJI.Y.
'our
TCHAi GEF IN STEP
/ views-to see if there is any fruit of YifE
real Christian living. How often He

P must turn away in sadness because E:
J there is none. Nature's DefectsNo
This miracle was not only a signof one finds fault with defects
0' judgment; it was used by our which are' the result of nature.I .-
( rites ) L1 1V Lord to stimulate the disciples' faith. I Aristotle. -

a What they had seen was only an
P u indication of what faith (and note it
kA
0 o Ybl o was their faith) could do. The prom-- I
ise of God to those who, abiding in ,
By e Christ and with His.Word abiding in i

C. M.. Payne their heart, ask according to His (
will, in faith nothing doubting, is Kills

WNU without limit.II. 1PAPHISOne

Jesus Stimulates Praise by an

Act of .Authority (vv. 12-17)). ounce makes six gallonsof ::
For a second time He drove out aphis spray...Full directions J
from His Father's house those who on label.Insist on

.: WHAT WERE YOU had made it a place of merchan- ....factory sealed packages.:

<' BEFORE TIE : A dise, of commercialized thievery. TOBACCO COIPOMTIOI woDiKTs INCOttOlUa i omui'

WAR POET This is a majestic picture. The Son lOUISVIlll.KENTUCKY". .
r of God and Son of Man steps into

9. ,, I. the center of'this unholy traffic and < ....,
.po with mighty, holy indignation (not
anger) drives it out. The people
who had suffered long because of WNU-7 18-42

this religious racket, which paid a
nice "cut" to the priests themselves Fills His Task'
(probably 'as a "gift" even as such Nothing is void of God; He Himself .
things are managed in our day), fills His work.-Seneca.

were jubilant.
p }ry 'wYY' :ti The boys who were in the templefor

( such is doubtless the meaningof Y.
"children" in v. 15)) were so delighted -
at this magnificent exerciseof 0

TR t : es..d by Th> Bell Sjudlcat. foal) His divine authority that they P.
broke out into "Hosannas," which,
May Warn of Disordered
as we have suggested, were really a Kidney Action
holy "Hurrah." Well, why not? Hur-
:<} YOU MUST HAVE I CAM 6O FOR DAYS rah for our Lord! He will not tolerate Irregular Modern habits life with, improper its hurry eating and worry and ...

VERY SPEC At.. r WITHOUT iniquity even though it hides drinking-its risk of exposure and infec 1
,- tion-throws heavy strain on the work
\ GIFTS..r WANTING3ANYTHING under the cloak of religion. He is of the kidneys. They are apt to become 1
I. D not afraid to speak out and to act over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid 1
and other impurities from the hlegivingblood.
Y YESI. against sin and corruption. Possiblythe .
TO EAT church would reach a good many You may suffer nagging backache /
I headache, dizziness, getting up nights. J
more men and boys in our day if leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired &
I it would step out in faith to fight the nervous,all worn out.Other signs I
I of kidney or bladder disorder are some .
; ,, 'i .: .. wrong and support the right. times burning, scanty or too frequent _'
irfr h .4'r !
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and scribes urination.
The chief priests were I
ByJ. Try Dean's Pills. D on's help the .
"sore displeased" (v. 15) both by kidneys to pass off harmful excess body j
Millar Watt the acts of Jesus and the praise of waste. They have had more than half a
of public approval. Are recommended
the boys. They would be! And they century by grateful users everywhere.
have a host of descendants who hold Ask your neighbor .

places of authority today-yes, even
in the church-who would be- much 8
displeased if such things were to
..WNtT happen now. But why fear them? ;

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I'i, THE STORY SO FAR: Joan Leland, on his desk. "Some people might Her pleading eyes turned to Paul. and adds greatly to the taste. to remain in the it will
secretary to importer Arthur Mulford, It call it that," he said without a,traceof He would not fail her. i rugs "
00 make them
-.. discharged by him and refused any ex excitement. But he said 'coolly, "I'm afraid sticky and they will "
F planation. She takes a similar post that's right." Never let eggs stand in a warm catch dirt more easily. ,;
I with handsome Karl Miller proprietor place. The lower shelf of the "
refrigerator -
Joan leaned weakly against the "But you can't! It'isn't true! Karl,
',' of a night club who pays her generouslyfor I doing this? Paul! where, the temperature 1 To keep bacon from curling, cut
He desk. She was beyond fear, beyond why are you Helpme
work.
unusual late ,hours of gets
her sister Sybil a new Job and Joan I. tears. There was a terrible silencein I don't understand." is about 40'degrees F.:, is the best. ends into three or four strips with ,

falls in love with him. His club man the office, a heavy dreadful si- "Eric," Karl went on, "tried to place to place them. a knife. "
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ager, Paul Sherman warns her about lence. A silence intensified by Karl double-cross me. You may observefor
Karl, but refuses to give any reason, Miller's face, narrowed eyes, hard yourself what has happened to Wooden salad bowls are likelyto A dibber is a good tool for bulb ,
and later rescues her from the unwanted mouth. A silence made more tense him. That is the second reason that warp unless they are washed planting. Learn the,knack of giv-
lovemaking of Eric Strom Karl's business by the stillness of Eric Strom's body you will do nothing." and stored carefully. Wash them ing it a swinging twist to make

,' partner. Sybil suspects Karl's motives the floor. Joan's mind slowly Joan clutched the arms of her quickly in warm water-never let the bottom of the hole round so .,.'/
boarda upon
him.
but Joan defends They
freighter-ship, apparently as a lark, tried to put together the pieces of chair for support. She compressedher them soak-and store them in a the bulbs will not be "hung" with ',
lips in a desperate attempt to cool, dry place. air space under them.
and as they leave, Joan notices that this horrible picture. Karl had shot '
Paul Sherman had followed them. She Eric-killed him. Beyond that she control her emotions.
remains silent about this. Later Karl knew nothing. Karl Miller advanced towards her.
sends Joan with a package to tlie "And if you double-cross me, you
Her hand reached for the tele- NE
freighter captain. Paul follows, again know what to expect. Now do you
"I'm going to call the
phone. -
police omDEAS!
Christmas ,
warns her. One night before understand?" :
arrives and Karl asks g4
Eric suddenly A
"You wouldn't dare! Joan said ,
Joan to leave the office. Karl seized her arm with a violence o
Now continue with the story. that almost jerked it from its but the sightless'eyes of Eric, jl
By RUTH WYETII SPEARS :
socket. "You will do nothing of the Strom refuted the statement.She ....
covered her face with her '
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,
hands and wept.It I BACK COVER .
-
She stared at him. Was this the
4 waSn'tKarl e F rl SEWN TO the lower,right. .)
couldn't be true. That
The club was crowded with a gay Karl Miller she knew? Was this CHAIR 1 --.
her Karl! He must be drivenby s
PAODmG ,
holiday group. Joan went into the hard-faced man the one who had NOTE: Clip and keep this article as ':
bar and took her place on a tall held her tenderly and murmured desperation to turn against her. this sketch is not in any of the homemak- ;i
stool. "liebchen"? It was some horrible mistake. In a r ing booklets prepared by Mrs. Spears for '-.;
moment it would be over. He would C our readers. But Book 8 contains direc- ',:
"Something to drink, Miss Le- Someone was pounding at the of- tions for making the chair frame as wellas
fice door. Karl had ,locked it. Paul explain everything and hold her in '.
land? one of the attendants asked. 30 other things Unmake from what the ;
"No, thank you," Joan said, "I'm Sherman's voice came distinctly his arms again. RIGHT average household has on hand or from ",
But Karl "You know TOE CORDWGELTING inexpensive materials. Send :
looked was saying, STITCH new your or-r
for Mr. Miller. She
waiting f, cool der to
nothing! You will tell no one what : ::
at her watch. Exactly ten o'clock. 0 SIDE' <,
She,hoped Karl would not be long. has occurred here tonight. We will" PIECES PRESS SEAM -- MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS ;,;
on as if nothing has happened.
A She was jealous of each momenthe go Bedford uls New York :
spent with anyone else. She wanted'to laugh wildly, hys- Drawer 10 ',::;

She was so deep in her own terically, "Go on as if 'nothing had \\ H HIDD N BY II SIDE Enclose 10 cents for Book 8. ;'
WELTINfa PIECE
.
thoughts that she did not hear Paul happened"?
Karl the in 'handkerchief Name ............................... )
Sherman until he spoke a second iUih wrapped pistol a THE covering of many chintz ;

time. put it in the safe, then today is hand sewn to Address ............................. ':.J
"Fancy finding you here," he was motioned to Paul. "Give me a the chair padding. Such covers ,/

saying as he caught her attention. hand." Together, they ,carried the have trim lines and may be rippedoff

"I'm waiting for Karl." lifeless Eric Strom from the office. easily for cleaning or washing. ,

Paul smiled ruefully,, "I might I Joan could hear them descendingthe The' sketch at the lower left shows '
have known it." t 1q fire escape, outside the back of how covered cord welting is bast- WMO OIINE

"Are we going through this Li the building. What would they do- ed and stitched to outside piecesof '

. .. again?" Joan asked. "It's Christ-' with Eric? The noise from the orchestra the cover which have been cut HAIR TONIC kI) :,
.
- mas time, Paul. I'm happy and I must have prevented ,the'sound on the chair with an accurate :

don't '''want to quarrel with any- of the shot from disturbingthe seam allowance. When the seam 'c
one." Club guests. edges have been pressed back the Hope With Life

Paul's brown eyes twinkled. Joan stared at the telephone. She piece is pinned on and sewn with All things, said an ancient saw,
may be.hoped for by a man as ":.
"Even me? was alone. It would be easy to call
"Even you," she said firmly, the police-but she was afraid. She long as he"lives.-Montaigne.

"Let's call a truce, shall we?" was afraid of the look in Karl Mil-

,"It's a deal. And to prove it, how ler's eyes. There had been ruthless I Using TimeIf I "
about a dance with me?" determination in those eyes. And

She hesitated, but Paul pulled her .in the safe lay the gun that had Preferred bySOUTHERNERS
to her feet. killed Eric. A gun bearing her fin time be of all things most'precious

"I won't take no for, an answer. gerprints. Paul had said he would wasting time must be,

i. Even Karl can't, begrudge'me one testify in support 'of Karl. What the greatest prodigality, since lost
In New York _
,. City y
dance." time is never found again and
chance' would Joan '-Leland have? ; "
Paul'was 'an excellent dancer and The evidence was conclusively what we call time 'enough always are More making and'more the Collingwood Southerners'' { '

Joan viasrelie'ved that he seemed against her. What was behind this proves little enough. Let us then their home in New York.They :'tI;

II resigned to the, situation. She really I murder?Why Karl's attitude, Paul's be up' and doing, and doing to like its convenient location
wanted to be friends with everyone sudden change of, front? a purpose; so by diligence' shallwe just cheerfully: off Fifth furnished Avenue, and rooms the

to share her happiness with She had no idea how long it'was do more with less perplexity. each with tub or shower. :

the whole world. Eric Strom who before Karl returned. He was alone. Franklin. SINGLE from '
There pity in I Paul Sherman's But it was lay $ 75
was
i upon the floor. There was a gun be- "Let us understand each other," Double from J3.S5 d& .
,
; brown eyes but Joan did not see it. Sptfial weekly and monthly rates "
I 4 Do You Bake at Home?
side his hand. he said, sitting down at his desk. "It
J
As light as a feather, she danced in TWO DELIGHTFUL RESTAURANTS
would be most unfortunate if I were If you do, send for a grand cook Under Knoll Management
i his ,arms. Over her head Paul's'serious -
through the opaque glass panel. to become ,involved with the police.I book-crammed with recipes for HOTEL WALTER D. SWITZER
face belied his
gay attempt at "Joan! What's going on in there? .
conversation."You am not an American citizen. I. all kinds of yeast-raised breads
bantering "
have the cutest turned-up Let me in! "You are a German?" Joan asked I and cakes. It's absolutely free. t1f.'i.o.fd
Karl walked to the door and !
Just with
drop a postcard your
he informed her. dully.
,! nose, "But it opened it. "There has been an unfortunate -
and Standard
doesn't suit the rest of you." accident," he said calmly. "Naturally, as is everyone else name address to YORK

:. "That's a dubious compliment," Paul's expression did not change. associated with me here at' the New Brands York Inc.City.-Adv., 691 Washington St., I

Joan smiled. "What happened?" club."
The orchestra filed out for in- S
an "Paul too?
Karl Miller smiled a little as he ,
termission."I regarded his white-faced manager. "Of course, Paul, too." Karl Miller
think I'll go back to the of- "Joan was perfectly justified. Eric. smiled as he leaned towards her.
fice," Joan said. "Karl said he'dsend
has tried to annoy her before. You "You see we are'engaged in certain
for me in ten minutes and it's
activities which
to that are necessarily very
can testify yourself. .
been much longer: than that. Eric I
Strom .is there." "Just what are you driving at?" private.
"Eric Strom!" Paul demanded. Then at last Joan knew the truth.
1iI'*
"That's right. And Karl didn't Joan tried to speak but her lips This was a spy ring. It must be.

seem too pleased about 'it." would not move. What was Karl That explained everything thosemysteriousletters

"I wouldn't advise you to go saying? What did he mean? to Mexico, Karl's J

back then," Paul said, frowning."I'm "Joan shot Eric," Karl Miller reticence. The Club Elite was onlya ti n ,1 ;
worried," she confessed, stated. blind. But why was Karl tellingher

"about, Karl." His words were like an electric this?"

"Karl can take care of himself," shock. "I didn't! Karl, you know I "I trust you now," Karl said witha
Paul said, lighting a cigarette. I didn't! You did it yourself! You wry smile. "You are in much : i,'

; But Joan felt a sudden inner com- shot him!" too deep to get out. Not only would ,

pulsion. "I'm going anyway," she She ran to Paul and clutched his you be held for murder, but you ,
Paul. He made are implicated just as much, as the A:
old a step as if arm. "Paul, you believe me, don't
to detain her, then apparently re- you?" rest of us. You recall the portfolioyou

"" versing his decision, walked to the Paul Sherman did not answer. He delivered to the freighter?"

bar.Joan did not even look at her. She stared at him without answer-

hurried down the long corri- "Your fingerprints are on the ing."That
dor exactly as she had done so gun," Karl said. envelope contained very ,l1wJ

many times before. But fear has- "But you told me to pick it up." valuable information. Information-
tened her footsteps, fear for Karl. She could not believe her ears. Karl, enough to convict you on many
She did not trust Eric Strom. She the man she loved and trusted, had counts. You were seen deliveringthat "'"' ., AMERICA'S FAVORITE :
had been alarmed by his expression."If envelope by several people. One
turned against her, accusing her ofa READY-TO-EAT CEREAL!
anything happens to Karl .u murder he had committed. It of them happened. to be Paul Sher-
she thought.As A
was like some fantastic 'nightmare. man.
she reached the door she heard Joan
Little by little Leland's'con.
i the two'men arguing violently. Then "I have no wish to turn you over Get several packages today and enjoy/
If to the police, Joan. We will forget fused brain began to see the pic
IJ there was a shot followed by a about this little matter. No one ture. And she knew that what Karl

.: crash. need know what has happened." said was true. She was in too deepto THE "SELF-STARTER BRSAKFAST"
1 J "Karl! Joan screamed, flinging get out. But she must get out!
open the door. Rage blazed in her green eyes. She could not, would not continueto A big bowlful of Kellogg's Corn Flakes with some fruit and
!: But it was Eric Strom who lay "But I haven't done anything. I'm have anything to do with Karl lots of milk.
not afraid to go to the police!lAnd
: upon the floor. There was a w.that she
Miller knew
gun I the
his hand. I'm going to tell them the whole ( VITAMINS! PROTEINS!
beside
truth. A spy! So this was the mystery gcI
1
.I''. Her eyes sought Karl's fearfully. story. that she had once considered yt9 MINERALS! FOOD ENERGYI
She not speaking to the (
"He killed himself? she faltered. was Karl romantic and attractive! She lookedat
Karl shut the door. "Pick up that Miller she had loved. This man him now with loathing.But .

gun!1" he commanded. was a stranger. Karl put a hand over hers.

j ',4 Shuddering, Joan obeyed, placing "You, will not go to the police! "Be sensible, Joan. You're hysterical -
j it upon the desk. His voice cut like a whip. at the moment but you'll be CONSISTENT

"Karl! She ran to him, seizinghis Paul Sherman stared straight all right. You have nothing to wor-

arm, staring into his face, which ahead of him seeming to see or ry about. I'm very fond of you.
had no glint of emotion in it. "Dar hear nothing. Is there any reason we should not ,faDVE'RTISINfJ
ling, you didn't kill him?" "I will!" Joan cried hysterically go on. ."

Her green eyes were pleading turning towards the door. ,.- The girl leaped to her feet. "I When advertising is carried on for a long enough time, the

from a chalk-white face. "Karll! Karl's powerful arm stopped her hate you, Karl Miller! And no mat- name of the product advertised becomes a part of the daily

't Karl! Answer me! You didn't and forced her roughly into a chair. ter what you say,. I'm not afraid of life of the household, a trusted and respected thing. No

.. You couldn't Why that would "There are two reasons why you you!" thing can be consistently advertised unless it is worthy of
if. be Murder!" will not. ,The first-if you do I will His hands were, on her shoulders. that trust and respeet.L .
r Karl Miller smiled grimly as he testify that you shot Eric, and Paul "You don't mean that, liebchenl" I

I took a cigarette from the silver box will back me up." (TO BE CONTINUED .



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THE CLEWISTON NEWSWith _
;PAGE EIGirl ,-, h RIDAY, IiAY: 8, 104

A "great agro-industrial deve QUOTA FOR HENDRY COUNTY from the strongest government in this -1' ,

-..;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..: : : ,lopment" for the Everglades is the world.: too ch-but cause We would not be doing '/ :
Sleep.-not more than- an hour we are only asked
seen by the Glades County Demo- Why are asked to to lend
out of every ,24, and that by we raise this part of our money!
crat in reasoning that "with the money?
A
Our Boys leading the way, we snatches. bomber costs $250,000 tank
sugar company Food-Half-rations this month, The money is needed to buy tools costs $40,000-a "
that when the Is 75" gun costs
war
be
may sure for the
I quarter-rations: next- boys in the front line whose

:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.:NN: :..:..:..:..:.. over Everglades and the age will of experience plastics beginsthe the Water-\vhere we find it. equipment, guns, ships, planes and we've 10000.got That's that kind big money but
Medical care-we stand or lie In gear means their very lifeour of money in
great agro-industrial developmentof open. security and future. 'The Is this country-LET'S GO!
Joe Hall has moved from Fort which it is capable." line for it-in the money

Riley to flattery A., 73rd Bn. Camp "Everything that makes the de- BUT WAIT! THAT WAS THE needed to keep' our economic sys-I

Funstou, Kans. We think he is I velopment and utilization of Flor- QUOTA ON BATAAN! tem and our dollar sound. j

lioping for a furlough long enough ida's resources excites our Inter- Here Is the quota for Glades If we GAVE ALL our money for BUY MORE BONDS

to "make a trip to Clewiston. His est and support," says the Orlando County:

Very best girl received a package Sentinel, "so we hail the plan of We are asked to raise $5,800 dur- mm __

last week: from' Joe. Inside, were the U. S. Sugar Corp., to' enter ing the month of May. We are not

t\vo packages, one with instruc- more deeply the field of chemurgy. asked to give this amount. We are 1

(ions to "wait till I get home to President Bitting, of the corporation asked to Invest this amount at, good

open> this one." The other was a after months of study and interest, with a provision that we

lovely engagement ring which planning, now proposes to grow can get it back when we have to, I

Ardis is wearing on the proper crops suitable for conversion into with a "money-back" guarantee

'finger. That's why we think Joe rubber of a type suitable for many ',;'"'.
"is hoping for a furlough. He purposes."

Vahts to the other package. OF RUI1-
open NOTICE OK COMPLETION
Discussing the U. :S.: Sugar Cor
GiT AN) MEETING FOR I'UK-
poration's experiments in chemurgy, POSE OF IIUAIUNG OBJECTIONS
Coburn Moore, home on furlough AND COMPLAINTS.:
Agnew Welsh's "Current Com-
the of the
'after receiving Wings
ment" column in the Sanford Her-
U. S. Army Air Corps, hopes to TO ALL, WHOM IT MAI" CONCERN: A" / f/4d
"be stationed at the new air base ald and other Florida newspapers Pursuant to Section 3-A of Senate /
_
yi
opines: "Wise old Ben Franklin's Bill No. 835 relating to Everglades --- ,
In Sebring Drainage District passed by the leg-
all In
advice to 'put your eggs one
islature of the State of Florida at
basket and watch the basket,' may its 1941 session, The Board of Com-
Hooky Avant is probably the
missioners of Everglades Drainage
for' his but
have been good day,
most disgruntled recruit who ever District has'caused to be prepared a
it will not apply. to South Florida budget showing the debt service requirements -
... landed In; an army camp,-but of the District during the
'Hooky isn't complaining about farming. year beginning on the 1st day of next
Cartoonist Robert Epstein's "Di- November and ending on the 31st day'
Army life. It's only that his first
of the succeeding October and the
of the Week, in the Sunday
"'actafter being inducted inthe ary same has been placed on file In the
Miami Herald depicts the U. S. office of the Secretary of the Dis- '
'service was to land in the camp trict, at Room 1107 Biscayne Build-
strolling under self- in
hospital with a swell case of the Sugar Corp., a ing, Miami Florida, where the same !
--i
harnessed Florida sun with a "rub- may be examined and this Is to
b numps! It's sort of undignifiedtor
ber production plan" in hand. The notify you that said Board will meet
a soldier to have such a, childish at said place on the 19th day of May, AIR :
Bradenton Herald finds the pro- A. D. 1942 at 10:00: o'clock in the
disease as the mumps, but we posal "Interesting," while the forenoon of said day (being not less
vet there's few who will look I than fifteen days from the date of
Florida Grower asserts "this will the first publication hereof) for the CONDITIONEDgompAI -'
:Hooky's six feet of brawn over and
I purpose of hearing objections' and
lead to a sound economy in the
:try; to kid him about it. complaints with respect to said budget _
Everglades. Much credit is due this
I (SEAL) ,
h corporation for its pioneering.
Bob Towson was athletic BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF

'director at Riddle-McKay, is in EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT.By .

'Biloxi, '1iss.., in camp. Mrs. Tow- May Quota of Tires MARK R. TENNANT Chairman. Dependable Service
'
'son Is still employed at the sugar Attest K. :
M.
'office "building.Dick : And Tubes Given Secretary.No. THROOP. Low Fares
316-May 1-7.
-
Hooks and Wilbur Goff
'made a trip to Miami Monday and County Ration Administrator L.! Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

''enlisted In the U. S. Naval Re- M. Jennings announced the May and the North.

serve. Wilbur is to report for duty quota of tires and tubes received
THERE IS CONSIDER. Northbound .
Monday, and goes in to serve asa and which he apportioned to La- .
Lv. CANAL POINT . 4:55 AM I:25 PM ;
blaster, or dynamiter, or some Belle and Clewiston boards as fol- ABLE ACTIVITY IN Ar. TAMPA . 10:10AM 6:55 PM Costs Less than "-
Driving
'such explosive executive. Dick's lows: Ar. LAKElAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM
'
: : Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM One Round
:: assignment Is not known yet. LaBelle board-2 new tires 7 re- Clewiston Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM 1I:45'PM Way Trip I IAr..TALlAHASSEE

n treads, 4 tubes for passenger cars, . 4:45 PM 12:59 AM ;
MIAMI $ 1.65 3.00
Ar lAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM $
14 tires 23 retreads 20 tubes
,
new
:< :Florida's Press- Real Estate JACKSONVILLE 4.70 8.50
for trucks. Lv. CANAL POINT' 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05 '
Clewiston-1 new tire, 8 re- Ar. JACKSONVillE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
: ORLANDO 2.95 5.3S
,: (Continued from Page 1) treads, 5 tubes for passenger cars, .... DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT' JACKSONVILLE TALl TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25

': essential 'materials, because we will 15 new tires, 23 retreads and 20 HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
fOR AU POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 IS.IS
find a to supply them or tubes for trucks. -
. way MACON 7.25 13.05
.. manufacture substitutes," predicts NOWIS Southbound-GoIng VALDOSTA : 5.80 10.45
:. 'the Orlando which WINS HOXORS Lv;:CANAL POINT' r 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.1
Reporter-Star, Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00
'asserts'-"the results to be obtained THE ,TIME TO BUY
4 According ,to the announcementby CHICAGO 17.90 32.25 .
;: Justify the fullest cooperation on ReturnIng NEW YORK 15.85 28.55'
THAT LOT YOU HAVE
Moses Brown School, honors lv. MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2:00 AM
. 'the ,, part of U. S. of-
!' government were awarded to Nicholas Van BEEN THINKING ABOUT Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 455 AM
:, ficials.
Slyck Mumford, Jr., for the period
:; Bitting's proposal is described by ending April 22, 1942. DR. H. B. MILLER'Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
CLEWISTON: IS NOW A
'.
'',, 'the Fort Lauderdale Times as "one Van Mumford Is the son of Mr. : PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
:, DEFENSE AREA >
of the most promising projects suggested and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford of .

r: to relieve the rubber short- Clewiston; Florida.

r age-We can rest assured that / BUILDING WILL

iY, Anything that has the backing of BEARDSLEY AT MEETINGJ. INCREASECLEWISTON .
:, 'this company is not the usual type ( _:

f' 'of promotion project. They deal in E. Beardsley, county chair- .

! ;, :actualities, not maybes. When its, man of the agriculture committeeof (I {coWzLW M'aVul) JrA"ir5, .a3

h, .president submits a proposal we the county ,defense council, at- -f

6 'Can be<< sure he is.not theorizing." tended a meeting of these county _

'' "This is an ambitious, far-seeing chairmen In Jacksonville Thursday.

'"" project," editorializes the Miami There were about sixty present at REALTY

f. Daily News," and a credit to the the meeting held in the Roosevelt (

Imaginativeness and research genius Hotel with L. H. Kraemer of Lake and DEVELOPMENT -

_; :'()f Mr. Bitting and his engineers. Wales, state chairman, presiding. "

k: Everyone in Florida who has a Many farm problems were dis- CORPORATION jfkii

'..: :""Voice in Washington should get be- cussed, chief of which was the impending -

. ; Irind it promptly and strenuously." labor shortage. ,

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